Film Noir Classic Collection
Welcome to the gritty and seductive world of Film Noir, where small towns hide deadly secrets, misguided saps are tempted to break the law, and dangerous femme fatales have more curves than a highway out of town. The Film Noir Collector's Edition is the big score for fans of hard-boiled crime movies, American style!
Disc 1 - D.O.A (1950)
Edmond O'Brien stars as an accountant whose number is up when he is poisoned, and spends his last desperate hours trying to find out who "killed" him - and why!
Disc 2 - Detour (1945)
A hitchhiker gets into the wrong car and picks up the wrong women. 'No one who has seen it has easily forgotten it" - Roger Ebert
Disc 3 - The Stranger (1946)
Orson Welles directed and stars as a respected small-town professor who will stop at nothing to conceal his Nazi past.
Disc 4 - Scarlet Street (1945)
Stars as Edward G. Robinson as a henpecked husband who falls under the spell of a scheming blonde.The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946) stars Barbara Stanwyck in a twisted tale of small town secrets, obsession, and murder!
Disc 5 - Killer Bait (1945)
(aka Too Late for Tears) stars Lizabeth Scott as a woman who will do anything to keep $60,000 that falls into her lap. Suddenly (1954) stars Frank Sinatra as a hired killer who holds a family hostage in the desperate hours before he plans to assassinate the President of the United States