Desert FuryKL Studio Classics #ad - Lewis allen a bullet for joey, burt lancaster i walk alone, starring lizabeth Scott Pitfall, The Uninvited directed this classic film noir in Technicolor, John Hodiak Lifeboat, Mary Astor The Maltese Falcon and Wendell Corey Harriet Craig. Eddie bendix hodiak and his henchman, two gangsters in the gambling trade, Johnny Ryan Corey, return to a small desert town outside of Reno.
Desert fury was adapted for the screen by filmmaker Robert Rossen The Strange Love of Martha Ivers from the far racier and more explicit novel by Ramona Stewart The Possession of Joel Delaney. Special features:-new audio commentary by Film Historian Imogen Sara Smith -Theatrical Trailer. To complicate matters, eddie falls for fritzi’s daughter Scott, who used to be involved with the local lawman Tom Hanson Lancaster, who’s still in love with her.
Desert Fury #ad - Years ago, eddie had left town under suspicion of murdering his wife and after running into some trouble in Las Vegas, Eddie now hopes to get involved with the local gambling house whose proprietor is his ex-flame Fritzi Haller Astor.
The Story of Temple Drake The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection #ad - Steeped in southern-gothic shadows by influential cinematographer karl Struss and shot through with moral ambiguity, whose passage through the stations of terror, trauma, The Story of Temple Drake is a harrowing vision of sin and salvation that boasts an astonishing lead performance from the fiery Hopkins, and redemption is a true tour de force of screen acting.
When a boozehound date strands her at a bootleggers’ hideout, Temple is subjected to an act of nightmarish sexual violence and plunged into a criminal underworld that threatens to swallow her up completely. Dvd special edition features • high-definition digital restoration • new program featuring a conversation between cinematographer john bailey and matt severson, along with archival materials relating to its production • New program with critic Imogen Sara Smith about the complexity of the film and its central performance by Miriam Hopkins • New interview with critic Mick LaSalle about the film, director of the Margaret Herrick Library at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, about the film’s visual style, censorship, and the Production Code • PLUS: An essay by critic Geoffrey O’Brien .
The Story of Temple Drake The Criterion Collection #ad - Loosely adapted from william faulkner’s controversial novel Sanctuary, this notorious pre-Code melodrama stars Miriam Hopkins as Temple Drake, the coquettish granddaughter of a respected small-town judge.
Until the End of the World The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection #ad - Director-approved three-dvd special edition features • new 4k digital restoration, commissioned by the wim wenders foundation and supervised by director wim wenders • new introduction by wenders • new interview with wenders about the film’s soundtrack • new conversation between wenders and musician David Byrne • Behind-the-scenes program detailing the creation of the film’s high-definition sequences • Interview with Wenders from 2001 • Up Down Under Roma, a 1993 interview with Wenders on his experiences in Australia • The Song, a short film by Uli M Schueppel detailing the recording of “I’ll Love You Till the End of the World” by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds • Deleted scenes • Trailer • PLUS: Essays by critics Bilge Ebiri and Ignatiy Vishnevetsky on the film and its soundtrack .
With an eclectic soundtrack that gathers a host of the director’s favorite musicians, along with gorgeous cinematography by Robby Müller, this breathless adventure in the shadow of Armageddon takes its heroes to the ends of the earth and into the oneiric depths of their own souls. Conceived as the ultimate road movie, this decades-in-the-making science-fiction epic from Wim Wenders follows the restless Claire Tourneur Solveig Dommartin across continents as she pursues a mysterious stranger William Hurt in possession of a device that can make the blind see and bring dream images to waking life.
Until the End of the World The Criterion Collection #ad - Presented here in its triumphant 287-minute director’s cut, Until the End of the World assumes its rightful place as Wenders' magnum opus, a cosmic ode to the pleasures and perils of the image and a prescient meditation on cinema’s digital future.
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I Walk AloneKL Studio Classics #ad - Co-starring wendell corey desert fury and legendary noir baddies Marc Lawrence The Asphalt Jungle and Mike Mazurki Murder, My Sweet. Frankie is caught and jailed, but Noll manages to escape and open a posh New York City nightclub. Special features: -audio commentary by Film Historian Troy Howarth -KLSC Trailers.
Years later frankie is released from the clink and visits Noll with the intention of collecting his half of the nightclub's profits. Brand new hd master – from a 4k scan of the 35mm safety dupe negative by Paramount Pictures Archive! Byron Haskin The War of the Worlds, Too Late for Tears directed this classic film noir about two bootleggers on the lam.
I Walk Alone #ad - But noll, uses his ex-girlfriend kay Lizabeth Scott, who has no intention of being so equitable, Pitfall to divert Frankie from his intended goal. Partners frankie burt lancaster, elmer Gantry and Noll Kirk Douglas, The Devil’s Disciple split up to evade capture by the police.
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Klute The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection #ad - Pakula by filmmaker matthew miele, filmmakers, featuring scholars, and pakula’s family and friends • the look of “klute, ” a new interview with writer Amy Fine Collins • Archival interviews with Pakula and Fonda • “Klute” in New York, a short documentary made during the shooting of the film • PLUS: An essay by critic Mark Harris and excerpts from a 1972 interview with Pakula .
Suffused with paranoia by the conspiracy-thriller specialist Alan J. Pakula, and lensed by master cinematographer gordon willis, Klute is a character study thick with dread, capturing the mood of early-1970s New York and the predicament of a woman trying to find her own way on the fringes of society. With her oscar-winning turn in Klute, Jane Fonda arrived full-fledged as a new kind of movie star.
Klute The Criterion Collection #ad - Bringing nervy audacity and counterculture style to the role of bree daniels—a call girl and aspiring actor who becomes the focal point of a missing-person investigation when detective John Klute Donald Sutherland turns up at her door—Fonda made the film her own, putting an independent woman and escort on-screen with a frankness that had not yet been attempted in Hollywood.
Two-dvd special edition features • new, restored 4k digital transfer, supervised by camera operator Michael Chapman • New conversation between actors Jane Fonda and Illeana Douglas • New documentary about Klute and director Alan J.
Cluny Brown The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection #ad - The final film completed by ernst lubitsch, zippy comedy of manners, set in England on the cusp of World War II, this zany, is one of the worldly-wise director’s most effervescent creations. Sending up british class hierarchy with Lubitsch’s famously light touch, Cluny Brown is a topsy-turvy farce that says nuts to the squirrels and squirrels to the nuts.
Jennifer jones shines in a rare comedic turn as Cluny Brown, an irrepressible heroine with a zeal for plumbing. Sent to work as a parlormaid at a stuffy country manor, she proceeds to turn the household upside down—with plenty of help from Adam Belinski Charles Boyer, an eccentric continental exile who has fled the Nazis but is still worried about where his next meal is coming from.
Cluny Brown The Criterion Collection #ad - Dvd special edition features • new 4k digital restoration • new conversation between film critics molly haskell and farran smith nehme on unconventional female characters in Ernst Lubitsch’s films • New video essay by film scholar Kristin Thompson • The Lubitsch Touch, an interview with film scholar Bernard Eisenschitz from 2004 • Lux Radio Theatre adaptation of the film from 1947, featuring Olivia de Havilland and Charles Boyer • PLUS: An essay by novelist and essayist Siri Hustvedt.