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  • James Stewart Westerns Box Set [7 DVD] James Stewart Westerns Box Set | DVD | (31/10/2005) from £10.99  |  Saving you £1.01 (8.40%)  |  RRP £12

    The Rare Breed:In the 1880s Englishwoman Martha Price (Maureen O'Hara) and her daughter Hilary (Juliet Mills) come to America to sell their prize Hereford bull. The women hire Burnett (James Stewart) to help them transport the animal to its new owner Bowen (Brian Keith).Shenandoah:A dramatic story of a man caught in a dilemma. James Stewart stars as a Virginia farmer during the Civil War. He refuses to support the Confederacy because he is opposed to slavery yet he will not support the Union because he is deeply opposed to war.Night Passage:When the local railroad becomes the constant target of a band of desperadoes led by Whitey Harbin (Dan Duryea) officials recruit Grant McLaine (Stewart) to guard the payroll from any more robberies. Trouble is the gang's most skilled and lethal gunslinger The Utica Kid (Audie Murphy) is Grant's kid brother.The Far Country:James Stewart and Walter Brennan are a loner and his sidekick who figure to get rich by selling a herd of cattle at a fancy price during the wild gold rush days. They are soon caught up in a conflict with the local lawman John McIntire and his henchmen.Bend Of The River:James Stewart guides a band of pioneers from Missouri over the Oregon Trail to a new life in the Columbia River Basin in this western adventure. When the settlers are cheated out of their supplies and cattle Stewart crosses rivers climbs mountains and out-guns hijackers to ensure their survival through the first winter.Winchester '73:Frontiersman Lin McAdam (Stewart) is attempting to track down both his father's murderer and his one-of-a-kind rifle the Winchester '73 as it passes among a diverse group of desperate characters including a crazed highwayman (Dan Duryea) an immoral gunrunner (John McIntire a savage young Indian chief (Rock Hudson) and McAdam's own murderous brother (Stephen McNally)Destry Rides Again:As Destry a mild-mannered deputy who doesn't like guns Stewart is called to restore order to the frontier town of Bottleneck. He reluctantly takes the task after meeting French (Dietrich) an alluring saloon girl who belts out unforgettable show-stoppers while winning the hero's heart.

  • Scarlet Street Scarlet Street | DVD | (22/09/2008) from £8.84  |  Saving you £4.15 (31.90%)  |  RRP £12.99

    A major box office hit in its day despite being banned in three American states Scarlet Street is seen by many as one of Fritz Lang's finest films. Its film-noire setting sees Edward G. Robinson in one of his most emphatic performances as a middle-aged cashier Chris Cross who has a chance meeting with the wayward Kitty (Joan Bennett). Trapped in an unfulfilling marriage and desperate to be a painter Chris falls in love with Kitty. Kitty however is already under the spell of her conman boyfriend Johnny (Dan Duryea) and as Chris becomes obsessed with the irresistibly vulgar Kitty Johnny senses an opportunity to extort money from the love struck cashier.

  • Night Passage [1957] Night Passage | DVD | (04/06/2007) from £3.71  |  Saving you £6.28 (62.90%)  |  RRP £9.99

    When the local railroad becomes the constant target of a band of desperadoes led by the notorious Whitey Harbin (Dan Duryea) train officials recruit soft-spoken but life-hardened employee Grant McLaine (Stewart) to guard the payroll from any more robberies. Trouble is the gang's most skilled and lethal gun-slinger the Utica Kid (Audie Murphy) is Grant's kid brother. Torn between the bonds of blood and his allegiance to the railroad Grant finds himself hoping for the best but preparing for the worst as the train comes under attack from Harbin's bandits climaxing in an unforgettable gun battle as the brothers from opposite sides of the law meet again to settle an old score.

  • The Little Foxes - Samuel Goldwyn Presents [DVD] The Little Foxes - Samuel Goldwyn Presents | DVD | (13/02/2017) from £8.19  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    It's the turn of the century in the deep South, and the Hubbard siblings are embroiled in their ownmoney-driven, power-hungry civil war. Most calculating of the group is Regina, who, along with her brothers, demands ownership of a cotton mill expected to yield millions. Proving that blood is not thicker than greed, the Hubbards will stop at nothing to push their unscrupulous deal through even ifit means destroying everyone around them! Oscar(r) winner* Bette Davis leads a perfectlybrilliant cast (The New York Times) in this major screen achievement (The New Yorker) that garnered nine Academy Award(r) nominations,** including Best Picture. 'splendid [and] timeless (Los Angeles Times), The Little Foxes is an enduring classic and a chilling indictment of corruption and greed. *1935: Actress, Dangerous; 1938: Actress, Jezebel **1941: Actress (Davis), Supporting Actress (Collinge), Supporting Actress (Wright), Directing, Art Directing, Editing, Score, Screenplay

  • Scarlet Street [1946] Scarlet Street | DVD | (18/03/2002) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £15.99

    In a way, Scarlet Street is a remake. It's taken from a French novel, La Chienne (literally, "The Bitch") that was first filmed by Jean Renoir in 1931. Renoir brought to the sordid tale all the colour and vitality of Montmartre; Fritz Lang's version shows us a far harsher and bleaker world. The film replays the triangle set-up from Lang's previous picture, The Woman in the Window, with the same three actors. Once again, Edward G Robinson plays a respectable middle-aged citizen snared by the charms of Joan Bennett's streetwalker, with Dan Duryea as her low-life pimp. But this time around, all three characters have moved several notches down the ethical scale. Robinson, who in the earlier film played a college professor who kills by accident, here becomes a downtrodden clerk with a nagging, shrewish wife and unfilled ambitions as an artist, a man who murders in a jealous rage. Bennett is a mercenary vamp, none too bright, and Duryea brutal and heartless. The plot closes around the three of them like a steel trap. This is Lang at his most dispassionate. Scarlet Street is a tour de force of noir filmmaking, brilliant but ice-cold. When it was made the film hit censorship problems, since at the time it was unacceptable to show a murder going unpunished. Lang went out of his way to show the killer plunged into the mental hell of his own guilt, but for some authorities this still wasn't enough, and the film was banned in New York State for being "immoral, indecent and corrupt". Not that this did its box-office returns any harm at all. On the DVD: sparse pickings. There's an interactive menu that zips past too fast to be of much use. The full-length commentary by Russell Cawthorne adds the occasional insight, but it's repetitive and not always reliable. (He gets actors' names wrong, for a start.) The box claims the print's been "fully restored and digitally remastered", but you'd never guess. --Philip Kemp

  • Scarlet Street [1946] Scarlet Street | DVD | (17/11/2003) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £4.99

    In a way, Scarlet Street is a remake. It's taken from a French novel, La Chienne (literally, "The Bitch") that was first filmed by Jean Renoir in 1931. Renoir brought to the sordid tale all the colour and vitality of Montmartre; Fritz Lang's version shows us a far harsher and bleaker world. The film replays the triangle set-up from Lang's previous picture, The Woman in the Window, with the same three actors. Once again, Edward G Robinson plays a respectable middle-aged citizen snared by the charms of Joan Bennett's streetwalker, with Dan Duryea as her low-life pimp. But this time around, all three characters have moved several notches down the ethical scale. Robinson, who in the earlier film played a college professor who kills by accident, here becomes a downtrodden clerk with a nagging, shrewish wife and unfilled ambitions as an artist, a man who murders in a jealous rage. Bennett is a mercenary vamp, none too bright, and Duryea brutal and heartless. The plot closes around the three of them like a steel trap. This is Lang at his most dispassionate. Scarlet Street is a tour de force of noir filmmaking, brilliant but ice-cold. When it was made the film hit censorship problems, since at the time it was unacceptable to show a murder going unpunished. Lang went out of his way to show the killer plunged into the mental hell of his own guilt, but for some authorities this still wasn't enough, and the film was banned in New York State for being "immoral, indecent and corrupt". Not that this did its box-office returns any harm at all. On the DVD: sparse pickings. There's an interactive menu that zips past too fast to be of much use. The full-length commentary by Russell Cawthorne adds the occasional insight, but it's repetitive and not always reliable. (He gets actors' names wrong, for a start.) The box claims the print's been "fully restored and digitally remastered", but you'd never guess. --Philip Kemp

  • Do You Know This Voice? [DVD] Do You Know This Voice? | DVD | (18/04/2016) from £7.69  |  Saving you £2.30 (23.00%)  |  RRP £9.99

    When a ransom bid results in the death of a child, the police have only one lead the old lady who witnessed the kidnapper using a public phone box. Though her recollection is vague, she volunteers to act as bait for the killer telling the press that she had seen the kidnapper's face, she waits for him to attack...A compelling British noir boasting a gritty, powerful performance from Dan Duryea, Do You Know This Voice? is based on a story by noted crime/gothic horror writer Evelyn Berckman. It is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.

  • Too Late for Tears Dual Format Blu-ray + DVD Too Late for Tears Dual Format Blu-ray + DVD | Blu Ray | (13/06/2016) from £11.99  |  Saving you £8.00 (40.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Rescued and preserved after a five-year crusade by the Film Noir Foundation, this 1949 classic is at long last available newly transferred from a 35mm print and painstakingly restored by UCLA Film & Television Archive. When film noir icons like Lizabeth Scott (Dead Reckoning, Pitfall) and Dan Duryea (Scarlet Street, Criss Cross) collide, sparks are sure to fly! Jane Palmer (Scott) and her husband Alan (Arthur Kennedy) mysteriously have $60,000 literally dropped in their laps. The circumstances seem mighty suspicious to Alan, who wants to turn the money over to the police. But in a materialistic rapture, Jane won't let it go. She doesn't care where it came from, or what danger might ensue not if it will bring her the luxury she craves. Enter shady Danny Fuller (Duryea, as cocky and menacing as ever), who claims the money belongs to him. Let the games begin! Roy Huggins' snappy script (adapted from his novel) is a complex, breezy and black-hearted homage to James M. Cain and Raymond Chandler. Rapacious housewife Jane Palmer is one of the juiciest female villains in Hollywood history, and Liz Scott's best role ever. Passionately championed by the Film Noir Foundation and newly transferred from archive elements by UCLA Film & Television Archive, Too Late for Tears is presented on home video for the first time in the UK. SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS: Brand new restoration of original 35mm vault elements by UCLA Film & Television Archive Presented in High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD Original mono audio (uncompressed PCM on the Blu-ray) Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing Audio Commentary by writer, historian, and film programmer Alan K. Rode Chance Of A Lifetime: The Making of Too Late For Tears a new behind-the-scenes examination of the film's original production produced by Steven Smith and the Film Noir Foundation and featuring noir experts Eddie Muller, Kim Morgan, and Julie Kirgo Tiger Hunt: Restoring Too Late For Tears a chronicle of the multi-year mission to rescue this lost noir classic produced by Steven Smith and the Film Noir Foundation Gallery featuring rare photographs, poster art and original lobby cards Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Matt Griffin Booklet featuring new writing by writer and noir expert Brian Light

  • Winchester 73 [1950] Winchester 73 | DVD | (23/08/2004) from £10.78  |  Saving you £-5.79 (-116.00%)  |  RRP £4.99

    Frontiersman Lin McAdam (Stewart) is attempting to track down both his father's murderer and his one-of-a-kind rifle the Winchester '73 as it passes among a diverse group of desperate characters including a crazed highwayman (Dan Duryea) an immoral gunrunner (John McIntire) a savage young Indian chief (Rock Hudson) and McAdam's own murderous brother (Stephen McNally)...

  • The Woman In The Window [1944] The Woman In The Window | DVD | (12/01/2009) from £8.99  |  Saving you £7.00 (43.80%)  |  RRP £15.99

    The Woman In The Window

  • Silver Lode [DVD] Silver Lode | DVD | (07/08/2017) from £9.48  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Dan Ballard, a respected citizen in the western town of Silver Lode, has his wedding interrupted by four men led by Fred McCarty, an old acquaintance who, as a US Marshal, arrests Ballard for the murder. Ballard seeks to stall McCarty while tracking down evidence that will prove his innocence: but the townspeople's loyalty to him gradually begins to waver under McCarty's accusations.

  • Walk a Tightrope [DVD] Walk a Tightrope | DVD | (02/02/2015) from £7.63  |  Saving you £2.36 (23.60%)  |  RRP £9.99

    Happiness is a tightrope. Some walk it successfully. Some fail. And some kill to preserve it... For three months Ellen finds perfect happiness. She deeply loves her husband Jason and they have a beautiful home. Then one day she meets him by chance in a local pub with his business partner. She faints and the two men take her home. Frightened and unhappy she tells her husband that she is being followed... Patricia Owens gives a strong performance as the woman tormented by her past starring opposite legendary Hollywood bad guy Dan Duryea in this tense crime/suspense drama gorgeously shot in black and white. Walk a Tightrope is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Special Features: Image gallery Promotional materials PDF

  • Stranger On The Run [1967] Stranger On The Run | DVD | (26/01/2009) from £10.89  |  Saving you £5.10 (31.90%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Wrongly accused of murder a drifter finds himself given a head-start by a megalomaniacal Sheriff before the lawman and his posse hunt the man down.

  • Along Came Jones [1945] Along Came Jones | DVD | (16/08/2005) from £3.98  |  Saving you £6.20 (47.70%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Riding into Payneville easy-going cowboy Melody Jones is mistaken by the townsfolk for notorious gunman Monte Jarrad. The real Jarrad is hiding out wounded on the ranch of childhood sweetheart Cherry. She has the idea of sending Jones off to decoy the pursuing posse but once he's met Cherry Jones has other plans...

  • The Bounty Killer [DVD] The Bounty Killer | DVD | (18/11/2013) from £8.50  |  Saving you £4.49 (34.60%)  |  RRP £12.99

    A shotgun-wielding bounty hunter carves a bloody legend through the lawless New Mexico Territories in Spencer G. Bennet's classic Western saga of revenge and retribution. Eastern tenderfoot Willie Duggan (Dan Duryea) arrives in the frontier town of Silver Creek - and immediately finds himself a long way from home. Here there is no law. The whisky is expensive but life is cheap - and any justice has to be bought with a six gun. The idealistic Duggan decides to become a bounty hunter. Teaming up with an old sea captain (Fuzzy Knight) he confronts the worst killers in the Territories - and learns his lesson the hard way. Now he knows the only good outlaw is a dead outlaw and decides to wipe them all out armed only with his faith in the Lord and the sawn-off shotgun strapped to his leg.

  • Incident At Phantom Hill [DVD] Incident At Phantom Hill | DVD | (19/05/2007) from £8.57  |  Saving you £990.42 (99.10%)  |  RRP £998.99

    In the dying weeks of the American Civil War a wagon train of United States Government gold was ambushed by a small Confederate force and hidden in the sands of Northwest Texas at Phantom Hill. Following the conclusion of the war Captain Martin (Robert Fuller) is assigned to the recovery of the fortune the location of which is known by just one man - convicted murderer and Rebel veteran Joe Barlow (Dan Duryea). The mission is made all the more dangerous as Phantom Hill lies in newly appointed Comanche Indian territory a hostile land for unwanted travellers. As word of the treasure spreads their hunt becomes a race for survival as well as for the gold.

  • Night Passage [1957] Night Passage | DVD | (23/08/2004) from £3.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £4.99

    Thanks to ultracrisp Technirama photography of great mountainside and river gorge locations in Colorado, Night Passage is often terrific to look at; you can almost feel the autumn sun and brisk air. This should have been another classic Western pairing James Stewart with director Anthony Mann. But after choosing the locations, cast, and crew, and directing the precredit sequence, Mann abruptly resigned. He found Borden Chase's screenplay an "incoherent" rehash of relationships and setups from their previous films, nor was he encouraged by Stewart's determination to play the accordion and sing. Stewart's an ex-railroad cop who became a pariah by letting a prisoner--Audie Murphy's "The Utica Kid"--escape. The two cross paths again in a ghost town where Dan Duryea, doing a zany version of his loony outlaw from Winchester '73, has holed up with his gang. Replacement director James Neilson, a newcomer destined for bland Disney servitude, fosters a lot of flatfooted standing-around.

  • The Hills Run Red [1966] The Hills Run Red | DVD | (08/09/2008) from £3.71  |  Saving you £9.28 (71.40%)  |  RRP £12.99

    At the end of the Civil War Confederate soldier Jerry Brewster (Thomas Hunter) is jailed for a heist engineered by his buddy Ken Seagall (Nando Gazzolo) who escapes with the loot and builds quite a fortune for himself. While suffering behind bars Brewster realizes he was double-crossed... and vows revenge! Upon his release five years later Brewster teams up with a stranger named Getz (Dan Duryea) to brawl and shoot his way through Seagall's henchmen and finally settle the score with his old partner-in-crime.

  • Battle Hymn [DVD] Battle Hymn | DVD | (19/05/2007) from £7.69  |  Saving you £2.30 (23.00%)  |  RRP £9.99

    Tormented for years by a sense of guilt after inadvertently bombing a German orphanage during World War Two Parson Dean Hess (Rock Hudson) leaves his pulpit and wife (Martha Hyer) to return to the Air Force as a training officer during the Korean War. Posted near the remote village of Yungsan in South Korea Col. Hess is tasked with instructing the inexperienced Korean pilots but his mission takes a personal twist when he stumbles upon an opportunity to help local orphans. Between his battle against an evil foe and his determination to save the children Hess may just find the redemption he so desperately seeks.

  • The Flight Of The Phoenix [1965] The Flight Of The Phoenix | DVD | (17/04/2006) from £3.98  |  Saving you £6.70 (51.60%)  |  RRP £12.99

    In a gripping tale of courage resourcefulness and determination the consequences of a plane crash strip bare the morals of the survivors. The pilot of the doomed aircraft Frank Towns (James Stewart) is an aviator of the old school used to seat-of-the-pants flying distrustful of new technology. With his navigator Lew Moran (Richard Attenborough) he is piloting a cargo-cum-passenger plane high above the Arabian desert when a powerful sandstorm rises from below. Trusting his instin

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