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Casablanca ()


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A cynical nightclub owner protects an old flame and her husband from Nazis in Morocco.

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  • Won 3 Oscars. Another 5 wins & 9 nominations.
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Rick Blaine
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Ilsa Lund
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Victor Laszlo
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Captain Louis Renault
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Major Heinrich Strasser
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Signor Ferrari
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Ugarte
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Carl (as S.K. Sakall)
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Yvonne (as Madeleine LeBeau)
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Sam
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Annina Brandel
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Berger
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Sascha
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Pickpocket
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Enrique Acosta ...
Guest at Rick's (uncredited)
Ed Agresti ...
Bar Patron (uncredited)
Arnet Amos ...
French Soldier / Singer (uncredited)
Louis V. Arco ...
Refugee at Rick's (uncredited)
Frank Arnold ...
Overseer (uncredited)
Brandon Beach ...
Guest at Rick's (uncredited)
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Dealer at Rick's (uncredited)
Nino Bellini ...
Gendarme (uncredited)
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Baccarat Player at Rick's (uncredited)
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Waiter at the Blue Parrot (uncredited)
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American (uncredited)
Eugene Borden ...
Policeman (uncredited)
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Native Officer (uncredited)
Maurice Brierre ...
Baccarat Dealer at Rick's (uncredited)
Anita Camargo ...
Woman Companion (uncredited)
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American (uncredited)
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Guest at Rick's (uncredited)
Melie Chang ...
Oriental at Rick's (uncredited)
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Commuter at Train Station (uncredited)
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Waiter at Rick's (uncredited)
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French Police Officer (uncredited)
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Concierge (uncredited)
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Emil - Croupier at Rick's (uncredited)
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Jan Brandel (uncredited)
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Orderly (uncredited)
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Lt. Casselle (uncredited)
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Police Officer (uncredited)
Carl Deloro ...
Arab Guest with Fez (uncredited)
Joseph DeVillard ...
Moroccan (uncredited)
Arthur Dulac ...
News Vendor (uncredited)
William Edmunds ...
Second Contact Man at Rick's (uncredited)
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Englishman Questioning Casino's Honesty (uncredited)
Fred Farrell ...
Singing Frenchman (uncredited)
O.K. Ford ...
Conspirator (uncredited)
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Headwaiter at Rick's (uncredited)
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German Banker Refused by Rick (uncredited)
Gregory Golubeff ...
Cashier at Rick's (uncredited)
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Mrs. Leuchtag - Carl's Immigrating Friend (uncredited)
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Customer (uncredited)
Winifred Harris ...
Englishwoman (uncredited)
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Muezzini (uncredited)
Arthur Stuart Hull ...
Elderly Admirer (uncredited)
Olaf Hytten ...
Pickpocketed Prosperous Man (uncredited)
Paul Irving ...
Prosperous Tourist (uncredited)
Kay Koury ...
Woman on Street (uncredited)
Charles La Torre ...
Italian Officer Tonelli (uncredited)
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Haggling Arab Monkey Seller (uncredited)
Max Linder ...
Gambler (uncredited)
Manuel Lopez ...
Policeman (uncredited)
Jacques Lory ...
Moor Buying Diamonds (uncredited)
Lou Marcelle ...
Narrator (uncredited) (voice)
Michael Mark ...
Vendor (uncredited)
Tony Martelli ...
Bartender (uncredited)
Frank Mazzola ...
Moroccan Boy (uncredited)
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Rick's Friend (uncredited)
Lal Chand Mehra ...
Policeman (uncredited)
Hercules Mendez ...
Arab Guest with Fez (uncredited)
Louis Mercier ...
Conspirator (uncredited)
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Dutch Banker at Cafe Table (uncredited)
Mike Morelli ...
Man on Street (uncredited)
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French Officer Insulting Yvonne (uncredited)
Leo Mostovoy ...
Fydor (uncredited)
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Singer with Guitar (uncredited)
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Officer (uncredited)
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Gambler at Rick's (uncredited)
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Guest at Rick's (uncredited)
Lotte Palfi Andor ...
Woman Selling Her Diamonds (uncredited)
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Paul - Waiter at Rick's (uncredited)
Manuel París ...
Guest at Rick's (uncredited)
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Croupier (uncredited)
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Native Introducing Ferrari (uncredited)
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Arab Vendor (uncredited)
Georges Renavent ...
Conspirator (uncredited)
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Bouncer at Rick's (uncredited)
Victor Romito ...
Guest at Rick's (uncredited)
Henry Rowland ...
German Officer (uncredited)
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Col. Heinz - Strasser's Aide (uncredited)
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Abdul (uncredited)
Nick Shaid ...
Arab (uncredited)
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Refugee (uncredited)
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Merchant (uncredited)
Dina Smirnova ...
Woman Customer (uncredited)
Gerald Oliver Smith ...
Pickpocketed Englishman (uncredited)
George Sorel ...
Native Officer (uncredited)
Geoffrey Steele ...
Customer (uncredited)
Jacob Steven ...
Passerby (uncredited)
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Mr. Leuchtag (uncredited)
Mike Tellegen ...
Gambler (uncredited)
Sid Troy ...
Officer (uncredited)
Rafael Trujillo ...
Man Turning Propeller at Airport (uncredited)
Jacques Vanaire ...
Frenchman (uncredited)
Ellinor Vanderveer ...
Woman Gambler at Rick's Next to Croupier (uncredited)
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Wife of Pickpocketed Englishman (uncredited)
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German Officer with Yvonne (uncredited)
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Emile - Waiter (uncredited)
Jack Wise ...
Waiter (uncredited)
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Man with Expired Papers (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michael Curtiz

Written by

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Julius J. Epstein ... (screenplay) and
Philip G. Epstein ... (screenplay) and
Howard Koch ... (screenplay)
 
Murray Burnett ... (play) and
Joan Alison ... (play)
 
Casey Robinson ... () (uncredited)

Produced by

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Hal B. Wallis ... producer
Jack L. Warner ... executive producer

Music by

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Max Steiner

Cinematography by

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Arthur Edeson ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Owen Marks

Art Direction by

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Carl Jules Weyl

Set Decoration by

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George James Hopkins ... (set decorations)

Costume Design by

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Orry-Kelly ... (gowns)

Makeup Department

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Perc Westmore ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Al Alleborn ... unit manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Lee Katz ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Harper Goff ... set designer (uncredited)
Bill Gold ... poster designer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Francis J. Scheid ... sound
Edward Ullman ... sound recordist (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Lawrence W. Butler ... special effects director (as Lawrence Butler)
Willard Van Enger ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Chris Crowell ... digital compositor (uncredited)

Stunts

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Harvey Parry ... stunts (uncredited)
Paul Stader ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Mike Joyce ... camera operator (uncredited)
Wally Meinardus ... assistant camera (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Anthony Gasbarri ... tailor: Mr. Bogart's tuxedo (uncredited)
Eugene Joseff ... jeweller (uncredited)

Music Department

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Leo F. Forbstein ... musical director
Hugo Friedhofer ... orchestral arrangements
M.K. Jerome ... songs by
Jean Vincent Plummer ... musician: piano, dubbed Dooley Wilson's playing
Jack Scholl ... songs by

Other crew

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Robert Aisner ... technical advisor
James Leicester ... montages
Hugh MacMullan ... dialogue director
Don Siegel ... montages
Mike Morelli ... stand-in: Humphrey Bogart (uncredited)
Bob Williams ... unit publicist (uncredited)
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Production Companies

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  • Warner Bros. (presents) (A Warner Bros.-First National Picture)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The story of Rick Blaine, a cynical world-weary ex-patriate who runs a nightclub in Casablanca, Morocco during the early stages of WWII. Despite the pressure he constantly receives from the local authorities, Rick's cafe has become a kind of haven for refugees seeking to obtain illicit letters that will help them escape to America. But when Ilsa, a former lover of Rick's, and her husband, show up to his cafe one day, Rick faces a tough challenge which will bring up unforeseen complications, heartbreak and ultimately an excruciating decision to make. Written by Kyle Perez

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Taglines They had a date with fate in Casablanca! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Everybody Comes to Rick's (United States)
  • Kazablanka (Turkey, Turkish title)
  • Καζαμπλάνκα (Greece)
  • Chuyen Tinh The Chien (Vietnam)
  • Kazablanka (Serbia)
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Runtime
  • 102 min
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Box Office

Budget $950,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $181,494, 12 Apr 1992

Did You Know?

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Trivia In the famous scene where the "Marseillaise" is sung over the German song "Watch on the Rhine", many of the extras had real tears in their eyes; a large number of them were actual refugees from Nazi persecution in Germany and elsewhere in Europe and were overcome by the emotions the scene brought out. See more »
Goofs When Rick is getting drunk he ask Sam, "It's December 1941 in Casablanca, what time is it in America?" He then goes on to say that they're probably all asleep, all across America. However, Rick is not referring to the actual time (noted by giving a month and year rather than a time) and is actually making reference to, in pre-Pearl Harbor America, most Americans are "asleep" when it comes to the war and fighting the Axis powers. This is an intentional attempt at a poetic reference, not a statement of fact. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into All This and World War II (1976). See more »
Soundtracks La Marseillaise See more »
Quotes Rick: Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world, she walks into mine.
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