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    Carmen Jones

    Carmen Jones is an adaptation of Bizet's legendary opera, Carmen. It tells the story of a young, free spirited woman called Carmen Jones whose great beauty is the object of many men's desires. However, Carmen sets her sights on young army officer Joe, who is engaged to his sweetheart, Cindy Lou. Joe quickly succumbs to Carmen's charms , forsaking his Cindy Lou, thus beginning the tragic love story.
    Duration: 105 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 1954
    IMDb: 6.8
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  • Actors of "Carmen Jones"

  • Characters of "Carmen Jones"

    Carmen Jones. Character of Carmen Jones
    Husky Miller. Character of Carmen Jones
    Played by: Joe Adams
    Dink Franklin. Character of Carmen Jones
    Played by: Nick Stewart
    Myrt. Character of Carmen Jones
  • Directors of "Carmen Jones"

    Otto Preminger. Director of Carmen Jones
    Otto Preminger
    Birthdate: 5 December 1905, Wiznitz, Bukovina, Austria-Hungary [now Vyzhnytsia, Chernivetska oblast, Ukraine]
  • Creators of "Carmen Jones"

    Oscar Hammerstein II. Director of Carmen Jones
    Oscar Hammerstein II
    Birthdate: 12 July 1895, New York City, New York, USA
    Harry Kleiner. Director of Carmen Jones
    Harry Kleiner
    Birthdate: 10 September 1916, Tiflis, Russian Empire [now Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia]
  • Critic Reviews of "Carmen Jones"

    October 23, 2007

    Otto Preminger has transferred it to the screen with taste and imagination in an opulent production.

    Chicago Reader
    October 23, 2007

    Impeccably liberal in its time, the film has not aged gracefully, although Dorothy Dandridge's performance in the lead remains a testimony to a black cinema that might have been.

    Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    The somewhat heavy-handed direction and the ultimately two-dimensional characters leave you admiring the workmanship without plucking at the necessary emotional/romantic heart-strings.

    New York Times
    May 20, 2003

    A crazy mixed-up film.

    Movie Metropolis
    December 17, 2013

    If you're not a fan of opera, you probably won't care much for 'Carmen Jones,' despite some pretty solid acting and scenes that bring postwar America to life.

    July 14, 2010

    Dorothy Dandridge became the very first black woman to receive Best Actress Oscar nomination for Otto Preimger's audacious (for the early 1950s) all-black musical of the famous opera.

    Goatdog's Movies
    October 01, 2009

    A film in which talented, attractive people sing ugly lyrics to beautiful music in other people's beautiful voices amid ugly shot framing and ill-timed cutting.

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    January 27, 2008

    Electric performance by Dorothy Dandridge as the sultry whorish Carmen Jones.

    TV Guide
    October 23, 2007

    Preminger's heavy-handed adaptation of a Broadway triumph combines gorgeous music with risible lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; the project is saved by a terrific cast.
    February 10, 2007

    The best reason to revisit Carmen Jones lies in Dorothy Dandridge's electrifying performance, which saw her become the first African-American to be nominated for a Best Actress Oscar.

    February 10, 2007

    Every frame, you feel, is freighted with the tension imposed by the never-appearing white folks. It was, however, laudable in its desire to showcase the talents of African-American performers who were denied opportunities in Hollywood.

    Empire Magazine
    February 09, 2007

    Woefully miscast in places and extremely dubious in its portrayal of African-Americans but does boast an on-form Dorothy Dandridge.

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