- Technical Specs
- Format: DVD - Boxed Set
- Rating: Not Rated
- Number of Discs: 5
- Run Time: 561 Minutes
- Aspect Ratio: Fullscreen / Widescreen
- Studio: TURNER CLASSIC (CON)
- DVD Release Date: October 7, 2013
- Audio: ENGLISH: Mono, Stereo
- Color: B&W / Color
Digital Bonus Features on the DVD Include:
- Introduction by Ben Mankiewicz
- Audio Commentary: Leonard Maltin discussing each title
- Digital Image Gallery
- Behind the Scenes Photo(s)
- Publicity Stills
- Scene Still(s)
- Lobby Card(s)
- Movie Poster(s)
THE WHOLE TOWN’S TALKING (1935)
Edward G. Robinson and Jean Arthur star in this comedic caper of mistaken identities, with Robinson playing the roles of a bland accountant who is mistaken for a notorious gangster and the gangster himself, who takes advantage of the resemblance for criminal schemes. Arthur finds herself caught in the crossfire in this fast-paced farce based on a story by W.R. Burnett (novelist, Little Caesar).
THE LONG GRAY LINE (1955)
Tyrone Power and Maureen O’Hara star in this heartwarming real-life story of a tough Irish immigrant whose 50-year career at West Point takes him from dishwasher to athletic instructor to non-commissioned officer, allowing him to guide generations of young officers. As visually stunning as it is uplifting, with cinematography by Charles Lawton Jr. (The Lady from Shanghai, 1947).
GIDEON'S DAY (1958)
Based on the popular procedural novels by John Creasey, this ingenious comedic drama is a “typical” day in the life of Scotland Yard Inspector George Gideon (Jack Hawkins), which begins when an overzealous young officer issues him a ticket and ends when he returns home to find his daughter leaving on a date with that same officer. In between, the Inspector foils numerous crimes—all in a day’s work!
THE LAST HURRAH (1958)
Spencer Tracy stars as a big city mayor who rises from humble origins by building a powerful political machine, but struggles to maintain his position amidst charges of corruption leveled at him by the elite citizens whose power he has usurped. A trenchant and still relevant political commentary with a stellar supporting cast that includes Pat O’Brien, Donald Crisp and Basil Rathbone.
TWO RODE TOGETHER (1961)
James Stewart plays an unethical US Marshall who is summoned to accompany an army officer (Richard Widmark) on a mission to secure the release of two prisoners from the Commanches—a journey that takes an unexpected turn when one of those captives turns out to be an alluring woman. A provocative script by Frank Nugent (The Searchers, 1956) tackles enduring questions of race, greed and love.