Sony Pictures Bows ‘Film Noir Classics III’1 Feb, 2012 By: Billy Gil
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Turner Classic Movies, in collaboration with The Film Foundation, have released Film Noir Classics III exclusively through TCM’s online store at http://shop.tcm.com.
The $44.99 collection is the third set of film noir titles from Columbia Pictures to be released on DVD from Sony Pictures.
The movies included in the set are hitting DVD for the first time and include Nina Foch and George Macready in My Name Is Julia Ross (1945); Mickey Rooney and Dianne Foster in Drive a Crooked Road (1955); Broderick Crawford in The Mob (1951); Ginger Rogers and Edward G. Robinson in Tight Spot (1955); and Dan Duryea and Jayne Mansfield in The Burglar (1957).
The films have been digitally remastered and include introductions by director Martin Scorsese, founder and chair of The Film Foundation, which is a nonprofit preservation group. They also include the original trailers, photos, posters, lobby cards and more.