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The Rocketeer Dubbed Hindi Movie Free Download Torrent
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In 1938, in Los Angeles, the pilot Cliff Secord crashes his plane after being hit in the air in a shoot-out between gangsters and FBI agents in a car chase; completely broken, his best friend and mechanic A. 'Peevy' Peabody tries to fix an old plane to raise some money in an exhibition show. However, Cliff finds a package hidden by one of the gangsters with a rocket with belts and they find that the device allows man to fly. Meanwhile, his beloved girlfriend and aspirant actress Jenny Blake succeeds in an audition to make a small part in a movie of the great actor Neville Sinclair who is ranked third in box-office. During a flight exhibition, the mechanic Malcolm (Eddie Jones) has an accident, and Cliff uses the rocket to save him, being called Rocketeer by the public. With his picture in the front page of the newspaper, Cliff is chased by the FBI, the gangsters and German spies that abduct Jenny and forces Cliff to rescue her.
Straight from the pages of a pulp comic from a past era, the Rocketeer recreates 1930's Hollywood, complete with gangsters, Nazi spies, and the growth of the Age of Aviation. Young pilot Cliff Secord stumbles on a top secret rocket-pack and with the help of his mechanic/mentor, Peevy, he attempts to save his girl and stop the Nazis as The Rocketeer.
This is another comic-strip adaptation I missed out on when it first came out; as it happens, it's one of the most enjoyable efforts of its type and time (i.e. before the days of CGI) that I can recall – so much so that I decided to add it to my collection as soon as it was over! Again, the setting is pre-WWII America – with the villain eventually exposed as a Nazi agent (it was a wickedly clever touch to have him, in the person of Timothy Dalton, adopt an acting career as cover!). Incidentally, I'll be watching presently the former James Bond's other appearance in a film sourced from comics – the maligned BRENDA STARR (1989).
While lead Bill Campbell as a flying ace is somewhat anonymous if still likable, he's surrounded by pros – Alan Arkin, marvelous as his mentor/mechanic; the delectable Jennifer Connelly at her loveliest (with prominent cleavage to boot) as his star-struck girl – who becomes a pawn in the subsequent powerplay; Ed Lauter as a hard-boiled yet incompetent Fed; and, of course, Dalton himself – who gleefully lampoons matinée idols and Errol Flynn in particular (since the film he's currently working on faithfully reproduces part of the climax of THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD [1938], but replacing the witty dialogue of the original with hilariously stilted lines!). With this in mind, the film features 'guest appearances' by the likes of Clark Gable, W.C. Fields and Howard Hughes (who, given the central aviation theme of the narrative gets a sizeable part – though, obviously, no mention is made of the notorious OCD complex which plagued him throughout his entire life).
Despite its generous length (108 minutes), as I said, the film is tremendously entertaining and looks handsome into the bargain – providing wonderful characterizations (including a thug/hit-man rendered even more sinister and imposing by the effects of acromegaly!), effortless charm, tongue-in-cheek humor (the design of the Rocketeer's helmet itself being delightfully wacky) and, naturally, plenty of rousing action (capped by a climax set aboard a Z


The Rocketeer Dubbed Hindi Movie Free Download Torrent

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DOWNLOAD: http://urllio.com/r2v54

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In 1938, in Los Angeles, the pilot Cliff Secord crashes his plane after being hit in the air in a shoot-out between gangsters and FBI agents in a car chase; completely broken, his best friend and mechanic A. 'Peevy' Peabody tries to fix an old plane to raise some money in an exhibition show. However, Cliff finds a package hidden by one of the gangsters with a rocket with belts and they find that the device allows man to fly. Meanwhile, his beloved girlfriend and aspirant actress Jenny Blake succeeds in an audition to make a small part in a movie of the great actor Neville Sinclair who is ranked third in box-office. During a flight exhibition, the mechanic Malcolm (Eddie Jones) has an accident, and Cliff uses the rocket to save him, being called Rocketeer by the public. With his picture in the front page of the newspaper, Cliff is chased by the FBI, the gangsters and German spies that abduct Jenny and forces Cliff to rescue her.
Straight from the pages of a pulp comic from a past era, the Rocketeer recreates 1930's Hollywood, complete with gangsters, Nazi spies, and the growth of the Age of Aviation. Young pilot Cliff Secord stumbles on a top secret rocket-pack and with the help of his mechanic/mentor, Peevy, he attempts to save his girl and stop the Nazis as The Rocketeer.
This is another comic-strip adaptation I missed out on when it first came out; as it happens, it's one of the most enjoyable efforts of its type and time (i.e. before the days of CGI) that I can recall – so much so that I decided to add it to my collection as soon as it was over! Again, the setting is pre-WWII America – with the villain eventually exposed as a Nazi agent (it was a wickedly clever touch to have him, in the person of Timothy Dalton, adopt an acting career as cover!). Incidentally, I'll be watching presently the former James Bond's other appearance in a film sourced from comics – the maligned BRENDA STARR (1989).

While lead Bill Campbell as a flying ace is somewhat anonymous if still likable, he's surrounded by pros – Alan Arkin, marvelous as his mentor/mechanic; the delectable Jennifer Connelly at her loveliest (with prominent cleavage to boot) as his star-struck girl – who becomes a pawn in the subsequent powerplay; Ed Lauter as a hard-boiled yet incompetent Fed; and, of course, Dalton himself – who gleefully lampoons matinée idols and Errol Flynn in particular (since the film he's currently working on faithfully reproduces part of the climax of THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD [1938], but replacing the witty dialogue of the original with hilariously stilted lines!). With this in mind, the film features 'guest appearances' by the likes of Clark Gable, W.C. Fields and Howard Hughes (who, given the central aviation theme of the narrative gets a sizeable part – though, obviously, no mention is made of the notorious OCD complex which plagued him throughout his entire life).

Despite its generous length (108 minutes), as I said, the film is tremendously entertaining and looks handsome into the bargain – providing wonderful characterizations (including a thug/hit-man rendered even more sinister and imposing by the effects of acromegaly!), effortless charm, tongue-in-cheek humor (the design of the Rocketeer's helmet itself being delightfully wacky) and, naturally, plenty of rousing action (capped by a climax set aboard a Zeppelin).
I saw "The Rocketeer" several years ago on VHS. I bought a copy of the DVD last year and just dropped it into my DVD file without watching it. But tonight I did. What a wonderful little gem of a movie. And the DVD is in Dolby 5.1 sound with a widescreen presentation. The soundtrack is brilliant, young Jennifer Connelly is beautiful, Bill Campbell plays the innocent young test pilot just right. Alan Arkin is also just right as the old inventor. Tim Dalton makes a fine Nazi spy. The film even has Howard Hughes and a reference to the Spruce Goose. No nudity, no bad language, only moderate violence, you know the good guys will prevail, and the whole movie is just fun to watch to see how they end up doing it. I rate it a strong "8" of 10.
The Rocketeer is low-octane Steven Spielberg — projected in the right happy direction but lacking the gritty accelerant and around-the-edges humor and humanity of other heavy popcorn-load adventures.
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