Hammer film noir double feature. Vol. 3
(DVD)

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Format
DVD
Physical Desc
1 videodisc (149 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Language
English
ISBN
1557399034 (collection), 9781557399038 (collection)
UPC
089859055423, 089859055324

Notes

General Note
The gambler and the lady was originally released as a motion picture in 1952 ; Heat wave was originally released as a motion picture in 1953.
General Note
Heat wave is based on the novel, High Wray, by Ken Hughes.
General Note
Special features: Bios; trailers; photo gallery; bonus comments: The world of Hammer noir by Richard M. Roberts.
Creation/Production Credits
The gambler and the lady: Director of photography, Walter Harvey ; film editor, Maurice Roots ; music composed by Ivor Slaney ; sound recordist, Bill Salter.
Creation/Production Credits
The gambler and the lady: Music performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Marcus Dodds.
Creation/Production Credits
Heat wave: photography by Walter Harvey ; original music by Ivor Slaney ; edited by James Needs ; sound recorded by Bill Salter.
Participants/Performers
The gambler and the lady: Dane Clark, Kathleen Byron, Naomi Chance, Meredith Edwards, Anthony Forwood, Eric Pohlman, Julian Somers, Anthony Ireland.
Participants/Performers
Heat wave: Alex Nicol, Hillary Brooke, Sidney James, Susan Stephen, Paul Carpenter, Alan Wheatley, Peter Iling, Gordon McLeod, Joan Hickson, John Sharp, Hugh Dempster, Monty DeLyle.
Description
The gambler and the lady: "A greedy but successful gambler wants to join the British establishment when he fall in love with a blue-blooded lady. But first, he must mend his ways and get rid of his nightclub singer girlfriend."--IMDb.
Description
Heat wave: "An American writer living in England gets entangled in a scheme by a beautiful blonde to murder her husband."--IMDb.
System Details
DVD, all regions, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital, DVD-9, NTSC.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Lippert, R. L., Clark, D., Byron, K., Chance, N., Edwards, M., Forwood, A., Pohlman, E., Somers, J., Ireland, A., Nicol, A., Brooke, H., Roberts, R. M., James, S., Stephen, S., Carpenter, P., Wheatley, A., Iling, P., McLeod, G., Hickson, J., Sharp, J., Dempster, H., DeLyle, M., Harvey, W., Roots, M., Slaney, I., Salter, W., Dodds, M., Needs, J., Glynn, R., Newfield, S., Jenkins, P., Hinds, A., & Hughes, K. R. (2006). Hammer film noir double feature . Distributed by VCI Entertainment.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Robert L. Lippert et al.. 2006. Hammer Film Noir Double Feature. [Tulsa, OK]: Distributed by VCI Entertainment.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Robert L. Lippert et al.. Hammer Film Noir Double Feature [Tulsa, OK]: Distributed by VCI Entertainment, 2006.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Lippert, Robert L., et al. Hammer Film Noir Double Feature Distributed by VCI Entertainment, 2006.

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