The Cincinnati Kid

The Cincinnati Kid

DVD - 2005
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The Kid thinks he's the best 5-card stud player in town, but The Man has never been beaten. It is therefore inevitable that they go head-on, and what a game it will be: a non-stop, stud poker duel-to-the-death to decide who will be the reigning king of the New Orleans gambling world.
Publisher: [United States] : Turner Entertainment Co. ; Burbank, Calif. : Distributed by Warner Home Video, c2005.
Edition: Widescreen version.
ISBN: 9780790795690
Branch Call Number: DVD CINC KID
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (102 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.


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Apr 09, 2015

A Steve McQueen movie I'd forgotten exists. Steve plays a poker player up and coming challenging the old guard [almost a genre during that era]. Excellent fast moving flick with a great cast and Ann-Margaret to spice things up. A watcher.

rufus_red4 Oct 08, 2014

This is an underrated gem of a movie. The cast is a virtual 'old Hollywood' (Edward G. Robinson, Joan Blondell) meets 'new Hollywood' (Steve McQueen, Ann Margaret, Tuesday Weld, Rip Torn) and somewhere in between (Karl Malden, Jack Weston). The story is simple, a young poker expert's life leading up to meeting the old professional, culminating in the big game at the end. The performances are first rate, very natural and the on location setting of New Orleans gives it such an authentic feel. If I have a criticism it's that the film is set in the '30's but the younger cast members look very much of their time, the swinging '60's. Enjoy.

btmslt Apr 20, 2012

A good film which is a bit slow at times. I liked the realism in the film.


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