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Three new DVDs in the Fox Film Noir series are coming out tomorrow.

An electrifying drama about a predatory female – and the first crime-of-passion story to be presented in Cinemascope – Black Widow (1954) stars Ginger Rogers and Van Heflin as well as Gene Tierney and George Raft in a murderous tale of Broadway ambition. A classic love triangle featuring heartbreak and betrayal, Daisy Kenyon (1947) stars Joan Crawford and Henry Fonda, with a powerful supporting performance by noir-staple Dana Andrews and stunning black-and-white direction by Otto Preminger. Exploring the darkest corners of the mind, the classic psychological thriller Dangerous Passage stars Jeanne Crain and Michael Rennie in a high-seas mystery.

Each of the Film Noir DVDs comes fully restored and remastered, with film historian audio commentaries, poster art, still galleries, theatrical trailers, interactive pressbook galleries and more.

Black Widow
Audio commentary by film noir historian, Alan K. Rode
”Ginger Rogers at Twentieth Century Fox” featurette
”Gene Tierney: Final Curtain for a Noir Icon” featurette
Poster, still, and behind the scenes galleries
Interactive pressbook
Theatrical trailer

Daisy Kenyon
Audio commentary by Film Noir historian, Foster Hirsch
”From Journeyman to Artist: Otto Preminger at Twentieth Century Fox” featurette
”Life in the Shadows: The Making of Daisy Kenyon”
Poster, still, and behind the scenes galleries
Interactive pressbook
Theatrical trailer

Dangerous Crossing
Audio commentary by film historian, Aubrey Solomon
”Peril at Sea: Charting a Dangerous Crossing”
Poster, still, and behind the scenes galleries
Interactive pressbook
Theatrical trailer

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Comment by Ktrek on March 10, 2008 at 1:05pm
I guess I overlooked these in your weekly list on the message board Derek. These look exciting. I might spend more money than I thought this week! :)



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