The First Films Of Samuel Fuller: Eclipse From The Criterion Collection DVD
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Even in his first three films, Samuel Fuller was like no other director. His simple, powerful visuals and social commentary made even his lowliest films more fascinating than most high-gloss studio product and influenced filmmakers like Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarrantino. This three-disc set includes "I Shot Jesse James" (1949), the psychological Western that launched his career, "The Baron of Arizona" (1950), in which legendary swindler (Vincent Price) tirest to con the U.S. out of an entire state, and "The Steel Helmet" (1951), the first Hollywood film to deal with the Vietnam war and a pioneer in depicting racial tensions.