Dead End - Samuel Goldwyn Presents DVD

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Humphrey Bogart is outstanding (Variety) as a vicious gangster on the run in this masterful gripping drama (Motion Picture Daily) directed by William Wyler (Ben-Hur) and written by Lillian Hellman (The Little Foxes). Nominated* for four Academy Awards(r), including Best Picture, Dead End is powerful, entertaining and a true landmark in moviemaking. On the mean streets of New York's Lower East Side, Drina (Sylvia Sidney) hopes to save herbrother from a life of crime. But notorious hoodlum Baby Face Martin (Bogart) has come back to his old haunts looking for trouble... and threatening to drag the boy down with him. Drina turns to her childhood friend Dave (Joel McCrea) for help. But can he stop Martin without becoming just like him? *1937: Best Picture, Supporting Actress (Claire Trevor), Cinematography, Art Direction [show more]

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Released
13 February 2017
Directors
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Format
DVD 
Publisher
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment 
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Runtime
112 minutes 
Features
Subtitled, PAL 
Barcode
5035822773233 
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William Wyler directs this classic crime drama starring Humphrey Bogart and Joel McCrea. In the slums of New York, a brand new apartment block has been built to take advantage of the beautiful views of the East River. The area is dominated by a gang of street urchins called The Dead End Kids, led by Tommy Gordon (Billy Halop). With the gang used to getting their own way on their streets, they become hellbent on staking a claim on their territory when the posh folk move in and their first victim is the unfortunate rich kid Philip (Charles Peck).