Michael C. Glancy

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (10 of 10)
Location: Clinton,OK United States
 

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The Scar/The Limping Man
3.0 out of 5 stars Just Ok....., July 5 2004
This dvd contains 2 film noir movies: THE SCAR (1948--80 min.) starring Paul Henreid and THE LIMPING MAN (1953--76 min.) starring Lloyd Bridges.
THE SCAR i would say is the more interesting of these 2 pretty good noir movies. The audio and video quality would rank about a 7 on a scale of 1 to 10. They both look pretty good, but they both have several splices and scratches. The audio is fairly clear on both except THE LIMPING MAN has a couple of bad spots. This disc contains an episode of THE STAR AND THE STORY titled "Dark Stranger" starring Edmond O'Brien and a young Joanne Woodward as a bonus. The quality of the bonus episode is very good. It also contains a film noir… Read more
Too Late for Tears <b>DVD</b> ~ Lizabeth Scott
Too Late for Tears DVD ~ Lizabeth Scott
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
For the price, Image should have put out a better quality print than what was used in this disc. You can see this same print on a dvd called "Film Noir Triple Feature Vol. 1". This film has an alternate title of "KILLER BAIT" which is available as a better quality print in a 6 disc set called "5 Film Noir Killer Classics". I'm so glad that i was able to rent this disc through the mail FIRST. The movie is good as far as content goes. I think i'll pass on this transfer of it, though.
5 Film Noir: Killer Classics [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Edward G. Robinson
5 Film Noir: Killer Classics [Import] DVD ~ Edward G. Robinson
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not Exactly Crisp......, June 28 2004
The liner notes say that these are "...crisp, archival prints". Well, not exactly. This set is pretty good, but not fantastic. The authoring leaves some pixellation and blotchiness in the darker scenes. Also, they have tinted some of the scenes grey. I guess that was to try and cover up some fading. "D.O.A." is pretty good, but a clearer version is the one put out by Image Entertainment. This set does contain the best and most complete version of "DETOUR" that i have seen, although it still needs more restoration (Criterion, can you hear me?). I think "THE STRANGER" looks OK, but ROAN GROUP puts out a better disc of it. Concerning "SCARLET… Read more