The Chase (Dual Format Limited Edition) Blu Ray

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An almost absurdly star-studded cast brings to life Horton Foote's story of prejudice, violence, and frustrated love in The Chase. When Bubber Reeves (Robert Redford) escapes from prison, a drunken party in his hometown turns into a vigilante mob. The news disrupts the birthday celebration of a local oil tycoon (E.G. Marshall), whose son (James Fox) is having an affair with Reeves's wife Anna (Jane Fonda). Meanwhile, a bank vice-president (Robert Duvall) knows his wife (Janice Rule) is cheating on him but can't do anything about it except spread a little misery. The... sheriff (Marlon Brando) struggles to hold things together until he can persuade Reeves to give himself up. The accents are thick and the emotions seem overwrought at first, but director Arthur Penn (Bonnie & Clyde , Little Big Man) weaves the multiple storylines together into an unsettling finale. Also featuring Angie Dickinson and Miriam Hopkins. --Bret Fetzer, [show more]

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25 September 2017
Blu Ray 
Powerhouse Films 
135 minutes 
CD+DVD, Closed-captioned, PAL 
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Classic crime drama directed by Arthur Penn and starring Marlon Brando, Jane Fonda and Robert Redford. A young convict by the name of Charlie 'Bubber' Reeves (Redford) escapes from the state penitentiary and heads for his hometown in the American Deep South. The peace of the town is soon shattered as the local people, led by a successful oil tycoon, form a mob to see that Reeves is brought to justice. Only the town sheriff, Calder (Brando), believes him to be innocent and puts his reputation and his life on the line to defend his ward.