The Samuel Fuller Collection
As the silent-film era draws to a close, a western star (Richard Dix) finds his career in dire straits while his leading lady (Fay Wray) thrives, in "It Happened In Hollywood" (1937). It's an "Adventure In Sahara" (1938) when a band of mutinous legionnaires banishes their commander to the harsh desert. C. Henry Gordon stars. A dedicated newsman must stop his publisher from using their paper for his own political purposes, in "Power Of The Press" (1943). Otto Kruger, Lee Tracy star. A beautiful ex-con (Patricia Knight) is torn between her straight-arrow parole officer (Cornel Wilde) and her shady gambler lover (John Baragrey), in "Shockproof" (1949). The editor of a "Scandal Sheet" (1952) kills his wife and puts suspicion off himself by assigning a reporter to find the killer. With Broderick Crawford, Donna Reed. While investigating the murder of a stripper, two detectives fall for the same woman--who also happens to be their star witness, in "The Crimson Kimono" (1959). Glenn Corbett,Victoria Shaw star. Cliff Robertson is a man seeking revenge against the crooks who killed his father, in "Underworld U.S.A." (1961). 8 3/4 hrs. total on seven discs. Standard/Widescreen (Enhanced); Subtitles: English, French; featurettes.
- Historical & War
- Samuel Fuller, Phil Karlson, Harry Lachman, Lew Landers, D. Ross Lederman, Douglas Sirk
- Black & White
- Closed Captioned:
- Cast: Paul Kelly, Guy Kibbee, Cornel Wilde, Victoria Shaw, Cliff Robertson, Richard Dix, Broderick Crawford, Dolores Dorn, Glenn Corbett, Patricia Knight, Fay Wray, Gloria Dickson, Donna Reed, C. Henry Gordon, Victor Kilian, John Baragrey, Beatrice Kay, John Derek, James Shigeta, Lee Tracy, Lorna Gray, Esther Minciotti, Paul Dubov, Franklin Pangborn, Otto Kruger... More