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The Alan Ladd Film Collection: Volumes 1-3 [Import]
Format: DVD Genre: Action / Adventure
The Alan Ladd Film Collection: Volumes 1-3 [Import]

The Alan Ladd Film Collection: Volumes 1-3 [Import]

Format: DVD Genre: Action / Adventure
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Thirteen-disc set includes:

Lucky Jordan (1942)

For New York gambler and gangster Lucky Jordan (Alan Ladd), his trademark good fortune finally ran out when the draft board came calling. Going AWOL at the first opportunity, his flight leads him right into the toils of a ring of fifth columnists...and into the arms of a pretty WAC (Helen Walker) determined to bring him in. Engaging wartime adventure also stars Sheldon Leonard, Marie McDonald, Lloyd Corrigan, Mabel Paige. 84 min. BW/Rtg: NR

China (1943)

Set in China during pre-Pearl Harbor World War II, this rousing action tale stars Alan Ladd as David Jones, a mercenary trader who deals with both Chinese natives and the Japanese invaders with an equal lack of conscience, until he comes to the aid of a teacher (Loretta Young) and a group of refugee schoolgirls. With William Bendix, Philip Ahn; directed by John Farrow. 79 min. BW/Rtg: NR

And Now Tomorrow (1944)

Returning to the hometown where he grew up poor to hang out his shingle, standoffish doctor Merek Vance (Alan Ladd) didn’t have much use or patience for the local gentry. When beautiful heiress Emily Blair (Loretta Young) is abruptly stricken with hearing loss, she approaches the reticent Vance about his radical new treatments...and he finds his resentments giving way to a growing affection. Effective sudser co-stars Susan Hayward, Barry Sullivan. 86 min. BW/Rtg: NR

Two Years Before The Mast (1946)

In the 1840s, spoiled playboy Charles Stewart (Alan Ladd) learned about the family shipping business in a way he never asked, or expected...when he was shanghaied onto one of their vessels, and subjected to the suspect mercies of a monomaniacal captain (Howard Da Silva) and a brutal first mate (William Bendix). Gripping rendition of the Richard Henry Dana novel co-stars Brian Donlevy, Barry Fitzgerald, Albert Dekker, Esther Fernández; John Farrow directs. 98 min. BW/Rtg: NR

Calcutta (1946)

In Calcutta, American cargo pilots Neale Gordon (Alan Ladd) and Pedro Blake (William Bendix) are informed that friend and fellow flyer Bill Cunningham is dead, having been violently strangled. As Neale and Pedro try to find the killer, Neale begins to fall for Virginia (Gail Russell), Bill’s beautiful fiancée—even though he suspects she may be involved in his buddy’s murder. June Duprez, Lowell Gilmore also star in this taut noirish drama. 83 min. BW/Rtg: NR

Red Mountain (1951)

Exciting western drama stars Alan Ladd as Capt. Brett Sherwood, a Confederate officer who crosses paths with prospector Lane Waldron (Arthur Kennedy) and his girlfriend Chris (Lizabeth Scott) on his way to Colorado to join Quantrill’s Raiders. Was this meeting a simple twist of fate or does Sherwood have a connection to a murder Waldron was nearly lynched for? With John Ireland, Jeff Corey, Jay Silverheels, and Iron Eyes Cody. 84 min. C/Rtg: NR

Thunder In The East (1952)

India, 1947: American arms dealer Steve Gibbs (Alan Ladd) travels to the newly independent land in the hopes he can sell weapons to the leaders of a province that’s under attack from ruthless guerrillas, despite the fact that the prime minister (Charles Boyer) is determined to find a peaceful solution. Gripping drama also stars Deborah Kerr, Corinne Calvet, Cecil Kellaway. 97 min. BW/Rtg: NR

The Red Beret (1953)

In 1940, the brass of Britain's military parachute training were impressed with the attitude and aptitude of emigre volunteer Steve "Canada" McKendrick (Alan Ladd). As he enters the field of combat, though, the truth about his shrouded past comes to light, his chance to serve may become compromised. Battle saga inspired by the Hilary Saint George Saunders chronicle co-stars Leo Genn, Harry Andrews, Susan Stephen; Terence Young directs. AKA: "Paratrooper." 88 min. C/Rtg: NR

Desert Legion (1953)

Capt. Paul Lartal (Alan Ladd) was the only survivor when his Foreign Legion command was routed by the forces of Omar Ben Khalif (Richard Conte), and his superiors didn't believe his tale of rescue by a beautiful woman (Arlene Dahl). Determined to avenge his men and clear his name, his quest takes him a hidden city and a showdown with the nemesis who has targeted it for conquest. Rousing adventure co-stars Akim Tamiroff, Anthony Caruso, Oscar Beregi. 86 min. C/Rtg: NR

Saskatchewan (1954)

Impressively filmed adventure from director Raoul Walsh featuring Alan Ladd as Thomas O’Rourke, Canadian Mountie raised by Indians who tracks down Sioux Indians trying to persuade other Northwestern tribes to fight the white man following Little Big Horn. Shelley Winters is O’Rourke’s romantic interest, saloon gal Grace Markey; with Robert Douglas, J. Carrol Naish, and Jay Silverheels. 87 min. C/Rtg: NR

Hell Below Zero (1954)

At loose ends in Cape Town, American soldier of fortune Duncan Craig (Alan Ladd) thought it would be worth joining the Antarctic expedition chartered by the attractive Judie Nordhal (Joan Tetzel). Her mission, however, is to investigate the shady circumstances of her factory ship captain father's death--and those truly responsible want to stop them cold. Adventure/mystery also stars Basil Sydney, Stanley Baker. 90 min. C/Rtg: NR

The Black Knight (1954)

As a commoner, gifted swordsmith John (Alan Ladd) was unlikely to be made one of King Arthur's knights--and his chances seemed nil after an unjust accusation of cowardice. A sympathetic knight (Andre Morrell) offers the outcast training--and armor that conceals his identity--that he may vindicate himself and expose a conspiracy against the crown. Patricia Medina, Peter Cushing, Patrick Troughton also star. 85 min. C/Rtg: NR

13 West Street (1962)

After being brutally beaten by a gang of angry teenagers, an aerospace engineer (Alan Ladd) seeks justice while a police detective (Rod Steiger) seems indifferent to his case. Still feeling threatened by the youths, he becomes determined to stop them--encountering problems with the cops and the gang’s vicious leader along the way. With Dolores Dorn, Michael Callan. 79 min. BW/Rtg: NR

Standard; Soundtrack: English. Region Free

Alan Ladd
Studio: Via Vision
Number of Discs: 13
Release Date: 8/12/2022
Item #: 2507035X
UPC #: 9337369031293
Attributes: Australia - Import, NTSC Region 0
Product Type: DVD

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