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|Genre/Form:||Thrillers (Motion pictures, television, etc.)
Thrillers (Motion pictures)
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
|Named Person:||Philip Marlowe, (Fictitious character); Philip Marlowe, (Fictitious character)|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||John C Higgins; Steve Fisher; A I Bezzerides; William Wister Haines; W R Burnett; George Zuckerman; Nicholas Nayfack; Robert Sparks; George Haight; John Houseman; Edmund Grainger; Gary Leva; Anthony Mann; John Farrow; Robert Montgomery; Nicholas Ray; John Cromwell; Howard Hughes; Ricardo Montalbán; George Murphy; Howard Da Silva; James Mitchell; Jane Russell; Vincent Price; Arnold Moss; Alfonso Bedoya; Tim Holt; Frank Fenton; Jack Leonard; Audrey Totter; Lloyd Nolan; Leon Ames; Ida Lupino; Robert Ryan; Ward Bond; Charles Kemper; Anthony Ross; Ed Begley; Ian Wolfe; Sumner Williams; Gus Schilling; Frank Ferguson; Cleo Moore; Robert Mitchum; Lizabeth Scott; William Talman; Ray Collins; Joyce Mackenzie; Robert Hutton; Leif Erickson; Alain Silver; Brian Helgeland; John Alton; Jarry J Wild; Conrad A Nervig; Eda Warren; Raymond Chandler; Gerald Butler; Bartlett Cormack; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer,; RKO Radio Pictures,; Leva Filmworks Inc.,; Turner Entertainment Co.,; Warner Bros. Entertainment,; Warner Home Video (Firm),|
|Language Note:||English dialogue, soundtrack in English, with optional subtitles in English, French or Spanish.|
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"5 timeless suspense thrillers"--Slip case.
76400, 17654, 17545, 67390, 17544, 67966.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1947, 1949, 1951, and 1952.
Special features: [Border incident]: Commentary by film historian Dana Polan; theatrical trailer. [His kind of woman!]: Commentary by film historian Vivian Sobchack. [Lady in the lake]: Commentary by film historians Alain Silver and James Ursini ; theatrical trailer. [On dangerous ground]: Commentary by film historian Glenn Erickson; theatrical trailer. [The racket]: Commentary by film historian Eddie Mueller. [Film noir]: 5 vintage "Crime doesn't pay" series short films: "Women in hiding"; "You, the people"; "Forbidden passage"; "A gun in his hand"; & "The luckiest guy in the world."
|Credits:||Director of photography, John Alton, Jarry J. Wild, Paul C. Vogel, George E. Diskant ; film editor, Conrad A. Nervig, Eda Warren, Frederic Knudtson, Gene Ruggiero, Roland Gross, Sherman Todd, Anne Erikson ; music, AndreÌ Previn, Leigh Harline, David Snell, Bernard Herrmann, C. Bakaleinikoff.|
|Cast:||[Border incident]: Ricardo Montalban, George Murphy, Howard Da Silva, James Mitchell, Arnold Moss, Alfonso Bedoya, Teresa Celli, Charles McGraw. [His kind of woman!]: Robert Mitchum, Jane Russell, Vincent Price, Tim Holt, Charles McGraw. [Lady in the lake]: Robert Montgomery, Audrey Totter, Lloyd Nolan, Tom Tully, Leon Ames, Jayne Meadows, Dick Simmons. [On dangerous ground]: Ida Lupino, Robert Ryan, Ward Bond, Charles Kemper, Anthony Ross, Ed Begley, Ian Wolfe, Sumner Williams, Gus Schilling, Frank Ferguson, Cleo Moore, Olive Carey, Richard Irving. [The racket]: Robert Mitchum, Lizabeth Scott, Robert Ryan, William Talman, Ray Collins, Joyce Mackenzie, Robert Hutton, Virginia Huston, William Conrad. [Film noir : bringing darkness to light]: Glenn Erickson, Alain Silver, James Ursini, Kim Newman, Brian Helgeland interview.|
|Target Audience:||MPAA rating: Not rated.|
|Description:||6 DVD-videos (NTSC) (557 min.) : sound, black and white with color sequences; 4 3/4 in|
|Details:||DVD, region 1; Dolby Digital mono.|
|Contents:||Disc 1. Border incident (1949) (95 min.) --
Disc 2. His kind of woman! (1951) (120 min.) --
Disc 3. Lady in the lake (1945) (103 min.) --
Disc 4. On dangerous ground (1952) (82 min.) --
Disc 5. The racket (1951) (89 min.) --
Disc 6. Film noir : bringing darkness to light (1941- )(68 min.).
|Series Title:||Film noir classic collection.|
|Other Titles:||Mad with much heart.
Classic collection film noir
His kind of woman.
Lady in the lake.
On dangerous ground.
Film noir : bringing darkness to light.
|Responsibility:||a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture ; screen play by John C. Higgins, Steve Fisher, A.I. Bezerides, William Wister Haines and W.R. Burnett ; story by John C. Higgins and George Zuckerman ; produced by Nicholas Nayfack, Robert Sparks, George Haight, John Houseman, Edmund Grainger, Gary Leva ; directed by Anthony Mann, John Farrow, Robert Montgomery, Nicholas Ray, John Cromwell, Gary Leva ; written by Frank Fenton and Jack Leonard ; an RKO Radio picture ; Howard Hughes presents ; a John Farrow production ; an Edmund Grainger production ; Leva Filmworks, Inc. ; Turner Entertainment Co.|
[Border incident]: The Mexico-California border is the power-keg setting for a tale of government agents versus greed and murder. [His kind of woman]: Hard-luck gambler Dan Milner is in sudden luck. He'll get $50,000 to hang out at a posh Mexican resort. $5,000 now and the big payoff when the reason he's been sent there is revealed. Of course, the gangsters making the offer don't expect him to live long enough to collect. [Lady in the lake]: Philip Marlow searches for a missing wife--and discovers a different woman's corpse in a mountain lake. From there the waters get deeper. [On dangerous ground]: City cop goes to the countryside to help solve a brutal murder and falls in love with a blind woman who's brother is a suspect. [The racket]: A straight-arrow cop and an old-school gangster find a common foe: big shots who run crime like a corporation. [Film noir : bringing darkness to light]: Clips from noir classics and little-known gems, plus interviews with modern noir aficionados like directors Christopher Nolan and Frank Miller, writers James Ellroy and Brian Helgeland and others shape this multifaceted exploration of the movie style that grew out of the hard realities of post-World War II life.
Retrieving notes about this item
- Feature films -- United States.
- Crime -- Drama.
- Criminals -- Drama.
- Gangsters -- Drama.
- Marlowe, Philip -- (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
- Murder -- Drama.
- Revenge -- Drama.
- Detective and mystery films.
- Film noir -- United States.
- Thrillers (Motion pictures)
- Motion picture film collections.
- Man-woman relationships.
- Marlowe, Philip -- (Fictitious character)
- Feature films.
- Film noir.
- United States.