Together agin, for the first time!
Preminger, and Tierney.
And they’d rejoin the future.
But for this 1949 enterprise, things never jelled for me. It’s a long way from Laura.
Regardless, the talents brought together here are worth a look, as added to the mix are Jose Ferrer, Charles Bickford and Barbara O’Neil, along with the screenplay by Ben Hecht, and with a score by David Raksin.
Twilight Time’s new Blu-ray is a quality affair. Beautifully rendered in black & white by Arthur C. Miller.
Image – 4.75
Audio – 5
Upgrade from DVD – yes
Pass / Fail – Pass
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