Release Date: 07/10/18
8 classic film noirs from the deep, dark vaults of legendary Hammer Films
In 1950, Hammer Films set up a deal with American Producer Robert L. Lippert to produce low-budget crime dramas to be made in the UK. Lippert would send over a shop-worn Hollywood star or promising American newcomer to give the films box-office appeal in the states, supported by the usual fine casts of British character actors that make most British movies worth watching. This five-year arrangement produced over a dozen well-made little B-noirs that seemed to have fallen through the film history cracks.....until now. Kit Parker Films is happy to offer another look at these dark, moody pictures made by the company that became one of Britain's most prolific film producers of the 1960's, many directed by Hammer's top director, Terence Fisher, cutting his teeth on mystery and suspense. The Collector's Set contains the Hammer Film Noir Volumes 1 thru 3, including Terror Street (1953), Wings of Danger (1952), The Glass Tomb (1955), Paid To Kill (1954), The Black Glove, Deadly Game (1954), The Unholy Four (1954), and A Race For Life (1954) with each featuring a stellar cast of veteran actors.
|Label: Kit Parker Films|
|Run Time: 585 mins|
- 'Terror Street' Commentary by Alan K. Rode
- 'The Glass Tomb' Commentary by Richard M. Roberts
- 'Dan Duryea' by Alan K. Rode
- 'Steve Fisher' by Alan K. Rode
- Audio Interview with producer Richard Gordon by Tom Weaver
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