Film Noir: The Dark Side of Cinema I

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This collection features five film Noir classics. BIG HOUSE, U.S.A. (1955) – Broderick Crawford, Ralph Meeker, Charles Bronson, Lon Chaney Jr. and William Talman star in this tough and realistic crime drama about a gang of ruthless convicts who execute a successful prison break to protected a $200,000 loot hidden in Colorado’s Royal Gorge National Park. Directed by Howard W. Koch (Shield for Murder). A BULLET FOR JOEY (1955) –When a Canadian police inspector (Edward G. Robinson) investigates a murder, he’s hurtled into an adventure involving foreign spies, American gangsters and an explosive high-tech secret that could change the world. Co-starring George Raft, Audrey Totter and Peter van Eyck with top-notch direction by Lewis Allen (So Evil My Love). HE RAN ALL THE WAY (1951) – John Garfield plays a dim-witted thug who survives a shootout with the police after a payroll robbery. Looking for cover, he meets Peggy a lonely young girl (Shelley Winters) who takes him to her circle of relatives’s apartment, whilst there the paranoid thief comes to a decision to takes the circle of relatives hostage until he can escape. Directed by John Berry (Tension). STORM FEAR (1955) – Cornel Wilde plays a wounded bank robber, at the run from the law, he and his gang come to a decision hide out at his brother (Dan Duryea) and sister-in-law’s (Jean Wallace) farmhouse all through a storm from snow. Co-starring Lee Grant, Dennis Weaver and Steven Hill, with stupendous direction by Cornel Wilde (Beach Red). WITNESS TO MURDER (1954) – Screen legend Barbara Stanwyck, plays a woman whose sanity comes into question as she fights to convince the police that she witnessed a murder from her apartment window. Co-starring George Sanders, Gary Merrill and Jesse White, with wonderful direction by Roy Rowland (Rogue Cop).

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