Four of the definitive masterworks of the genre, plus the feature-length documentary Film Noir: Bringing Darkness to Light (2006) from director and film historian Gary Leva. Includes commentary on all four films -- featuring directors Robert Wise and Martin Scorsese on The Set-Up -- and more!
MURDER, MY SWEET (1944): Full of wit, bravado and style! The blueprint that all others followed. As RAYMOND CHANDLER's sleuth Philip Marlowe, DICK POWELL sets out to find a missing moll named Velma.
OUT OF THE PAST (1947): A troubled P.I. (ROBERT MITCHUM), a drop-dead beauty (JANE GREER) and a moneyed mobster (KIRK DOUGLAS) are caught up in a twisted triangle in one of the greatest film noirs of all time.
THE SET-UP (1949): A world-weary fighter who feels he's just one punch away from bigger paydays is told to take a dive. Noir icons ROBERT RYAN and AUDREY TOTTER take a 10-count to the crooked world of boxing.
GUN CRAZY (1950): A searing forerunner to Bonnie and Clyde: PEGGY CUMMINS and JOHN DALL are fatalistic lovers who go on a crime spree to fund their murderous lifestyle.
Run Time: 351 MIN
Genre: Crime; Drama; Film-Noir
Aspect Ratio: ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO - 1.37:1, 4 X 3 FULL FRAME
Audio: DTS HD-Master Audio 2.0 - English, MONO - English