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Four-disc set includes: Hollywood Story (1951)After buying up a movie lot shuttered since a scandalous-and still unsolved-silent-era murder happened there, aspiring producer Larry O'Brien (Richard Conte) decides to mount a film about the crime. Unfortunately, the still-at-large killer's found out about his plans... and is demanding final cut! William Castle's insider noir, inspired by the William Desmond Taylor case, co-stars Julia Adams, Richard Egan, Henry Hull, and many cameos. 76 min. BW/Rtg: NR Plunder Of The Sun (1953)Glenn Ford stars as American insurance agent Al Colby, who is hired to smuggle a mysterious package from Cuba to Mexico. After his employer is suddenly murdered, Colby winds up embroiled in a hunt for an ancient Zapotecan treasure along with a down-and-out archeologist (Sean McClory) and a shady antiquities dealer (Francis L. Sullivan). Diana Lynn, Patricia Medina co-star; directed by John Farrow. 81 min. BW/Rtg: NR City That Never Sleeps (1953)A Chicago cop (Gig Young) tempted to leave his wife and run off with his showgirl mistress (Mala Powers), a powerful corrupt lawyer (Edward Arnold), a killer on the loose (William Talman), and a nightclub window "mechanical man" (Wally Cassell) all play parts in this intriguing noir thriller, filmed on location. With Chill Wills, Marie Windsor. 91 min. BW/Rtg: NR Private Hell 36 (1954)The investigation into a Los Angeles drugstore robbery leads a pair of veteran policemen (Steve Cochran and Howard Duff) to a fortune taken in an earlier heist. Cochran, egged on by his lounge singer girlfriend (Ida Lupino, who co-scripted), convinces Duff to stash away part of the money for themselves, but will a mix of greed and guilt be their undoing? Director Don Siegel's taut noir drama also stars Dean Jagger, Dorothy Malone. 81 min. BW/Rtg: NR Standard; Soundtrack: English LPCM mono; Subtitles: English; audio commentary; featurettes; interviews; photo gallery; theatrical trailer; more. Region Free
Four-disc set includes: Hollywood Story (1951)After buying up a movie lot shuttered since a scandalous-and still unsolved-silent-era murder happened there, aspiring producer Larry O'Brien (Richard Conte) decides to mount a film about the crime. Unfortunately, the still-at-large killer's found out about his plans... and is demanding final cut! William Castle's insider noir, inspired by the William Desmond Taylor case, co-stars Julia Adams, Richard Egan, Henry Hull, and many cameos. 76 min. BW/Rtg: NR Plunder Of The Sun (1953)Glenn Ford stars as American insurance agent Al Colby, who is hired to smuggle a mysterious package from Cuba to Mexico. After his employer is suddenly murdered, Colby winds up embroiled in a hunt for an ancient Zapotecan treasure along with a down-and-out archeologist (Sean McClory) and a shady antiquities dealer (Francis L. Sullivan). Diana Lynn, Patricia Medina co-star; directed by John Farrow. 81 min. BW/Rtg: NR City That Never Sleeps (1953)A Chicago cop (Gig Young) tempted to leave his wife and run off with his showgirl mistress (Mala Powers), a powerful corrupt lawyer (Edward Arnold), a killer on the loose (William Talman), and a nightclub window "mechanical man" (Wally Cassell) all play parts in this intriguing noir thriller, filmed on location. With Chill Wills, Marie Windsor. 91 min. BW/Rtg: NR Private Hell 36 (1954)The investigation into a Los Angeles drugstore robbery leads a pair of veteran policemen (Steve Cochran and Howard Duff) to a fortune taken in an earlier heist. Cochran, egged on by his lounge singer girlfriend (Ida Lupino, who co-scripted), convinces Duff to stash away part of the money for themselves, but will a mix of greed and guilt be their undoing? Director Don Siegel's taut noir drama also stars Dean Jagger, Dorothy Malone. 81 min. BW/Rtg: NR Standard; Soundtrack: English LPCM mono; Subtitles: English; audio commentary; featurettes; interviews; photo gallery; theatrical trailer; more. Region Free
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Four-disc set includes: Hollywood Story (1951)After buying up a movie lot shuttered since a scandalous-and still unsolved-silent-era murder happened there, aspiring producer Larry O'Brien (Richard Conte) decides to mount a film about the crime. Unfortunately, the still-at-large killer's found out about his plans... and is demanding final cut! William Castle's insider noir, inspired by the William Desmond Taylor case, co-stars Julia Adams, Richard Egan, Henry Hull, and many cameos. 76 min. BW/Rtg: NR Plunder Of The Sun (1953)Glenn Ford stars as American insurance agent Al Colby, who is hired to smuggle a mysterious package from Cuba to Mexico. After his employer is suddenly murdered, Colby winds up embroiled in a hunt for an ancient Zapotecan treasure along with a down-and-out archeologist (Sean McClory) and a shady antiquities dealer (Francis L. Sullivan). Diana Lynn, Patricia Medina co-star; directed by John Farrow. 81 min. BW/Rtg: NR City That Never Sleeps (1953)A Chicago cop (Gig Young) tempted to leave his wife and run off with his showgirl mistress (Mala Powers), a powerful corrupt lawyer (Edward Arnold), a killer on the loose (William Talman), and a nightclub window "mechanical man" (Wally Cassell) all play parts in this intriguing noir thriller, filmed on location. With Chill Wills, Marie Windsor. 91 min. BW/Rtg: NR Private Hell 36 (1954)The investigation into a Los Angeles drugstore robbery leads a pair of veteran policemen (Steve Cochran and Howard Duff) to a fortune taken in an earlier heist. Cochran, egged on by his lounge singer girlfriend (Ida Lupino, who co-scripted), convinces Duff to stash away part of the money for themselves, but will a mix of greed and guilt be their undoing? Director Don Siegel's taut noir drama also stars Dean Jagger, Dorothy Malone. 81 min. BW/Rtg: NR Standard; Soundtrack: English LPCM mono; Subtitles: English; audio commentary; featurettes; interviews; photo gallery; theatrical trailer; more. Region Free
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