Classic Film Noir Double Feature DVD

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Enjoy this obscure sampling of low-budget films noirs, including "The Scar" (1948), which features Paul Henried in a dual role and an uncredited appearance by "Dragnet" star Jack Webb; and "The Limping Man" (1953), starring the legendary Lloyd Bridges and Moira Lister. Also included are several extras, like an entertaining television episode of "The Star and the Story" entitled "Dark Stranger."
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Technical Specs
  • Format: DVD
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Run Time: 159 Minutes
  • Region: 1 Region?
  • Aspect Ratio: Fullscreen
  • Studio: VCI Video
  • DVD Release Date: September 30, 2003
  • Audio: ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Mono
  • Color: Color
  • Includes:
    Film Noir TV Episode "Dark Stranger" From the Star and Story Series

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4.0

Hidden Treasure

By Mrs. Pontiac 389

from Vancouver, BC Canada

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Pros

  • Engaging Characters
  • Entertaining

Cons

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    Comments about this product:

    This is true film noir! Sinister, dark, gritty, and oh, the chilling shadows...... you can't go wrong with this pick!

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    4.0

    Two very good films

    By Chessie

    from Brighton, MI

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    Pros

    • Engaging Characters
    • Entertaining
    • Original

    Cons

    • Disappointing

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    Comments about this product:

    Both films of this double feature are well done and have compelling story lines. Paul Heinreid is good in the dual role of gifted but destructive ex-con and successful psychiatrist who has his own dark nature--both driven and self destructive in the end. The cinematography mirrors the darkness of the characters. The Limping Man has an increasingly involved noir narrative and is well acted. Both films are watchable but not the best for picture quality.

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