Film Chest will deliver to the collector’s market on May 28 a trio of film noir classics in the DVD release of Best of Film Noir, Volume One.
Included in the package are: Director Delmer Daves’ 1947 film adaptation of George Agnew Chamberlain’s novel of the same name, The Red House (with Edward G. Robinson, Judith Anderson and Allene Roberts) and filmmaker Phil Karlson’s 1952 crime thriller, Kansas City Confidential (John Payne, Robert Foster and Coleen Gray, plus such “faces” as Neville Brand, Lee Van Cleef and Jack Elam).
Rounding out this stellar collection is Frank Sinatra/Sterling Hayden assassination tale, Suddenly (1954, direction by Lewis Allen).
All three films have been restored from the original 35mm prints and include before-and-after restoration examples, audio commentaries and poster galleries.
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