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Blu-ray Review Down Three Dark Streets Blu-ray Review

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Matt Hough, Apr 16, 2018.

  1. Matt Hough

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    Down Three Dark Streets Blu-ray Review
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    Arnold Laven’s FBI-based docudrama Down Three Dark Streets combines investigations of several taut and frustrating cases with a behind-the-scenes look at FBI techniques and analytical expertise that keep interest high and suspense nicely sustained.

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    Yeah, I'm looking forward to this BD release as I always liked this film. Damn, that screen grab sure looks wonky.:) Thank you for the review. I can finally get rid of my TCM DVD-R recording.
     
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    Thanks Matt, I've always been a big Broderick Crawford fan (not to mention a Robert Crawford fan too :) ). I know Twilight Time Movies is running a ClassicFlix sale and just added this and Five Steps to Danger today. From their April Newsletter: For the month of April, get 10% off when you purchase two ClassicFlix titles, 20% off four and 30% off when you purchase six. Discount is added automatically and only applies to the ClassicFlix titles on the same order.
     
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    Thank you, Adam, for providing this information. Fans of crime cinema of the 1950s should definitely find a way to add these two movies to their collections.
     
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    Also, ClassicFlix is selling these latest two BD titles for $19.99 each plus $3.99 shipping for a grand total of $43.97. Thank you for the fan comment.:) I revisited my DVD-R copy again and I can't wait to finally have "Down the 3 Dark Streets" in it's OAR.
     
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    Thanks for the review, looking forward to receiving mine. Would have put Martha Hyer on the cover as well!
     
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    Martha Hyer playing a gangster's moll is some interesting casting while playing Elizabeth Tyson in Sabrina that same year.
     

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