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THE LAW AND JAKE WADE (1958)
NEW 2017 1080p HD REMASTER
Run Time 86:00
Subtitles English SDH
DTS HD-Master Audio 2.0 Mono - English
ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO - 2.35:1, 16 X 9 LETTERBOX
COLOR
BD 25
Special Features:
Theatrical Trailer (HD)
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YES!!! More Patricia Owens on blu ray is always appreciated. Now if we could only get Island In The Sun and No Down Payment on blu ray!
 

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Yup, I'll have that one, a really good western, with great work from Richard Widmark & (the underrated, I don't think he gets the respect he's due) Robert Taylor. The more westerns that Warner releases, the better.
Yeah, he's one of my favorite actors and so is Richard Widmark.



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YES!!! More Patricia Owens on blu ray is always appreciated. Now if we could only get Island In The Sun and No Down Payment on blu ray!

Now, that's interesting. I'd certainly like those two films on Blu-ray disc, but Patricia Owens has never made much impression on me. I don't dislike her but I've always been puzzled that she secured so many good parts in major films. For me, Laraine Day falls into the same category.

I'm delighted The Law And Jake Wade is coming out on Blu-ray. The DVD is a bit bland and does not look like a film photographed by Robert Surtees. I hope and expect this new disc to be a big upgrade.
 

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Now, that's interesting. I'd certainly like those two films on Blu-ray disc, but Patricia Owens has never made much impression on me. I don't dislike her but I've always been puzzled that she secured so many good parts in major films. For me, Laraine Day falls into the same category.

I'm delighted The Law And Jake Wade is coming out on Blu-ray. The DVD is a bit bland and does not look like a film photographed by Robert Surtees. I hope and expect this new disc to be a big upgrade.

Who knows why certain actors/actresses capture our fancy. My first exposure to her was as a kid when I first saw The Fly (1958). I was hooked! I was very disappointed when she disappeared from the movies in the early 1960s. What a treat it was when I caught her in a small but uncredited role in Knights Of The Round Table as Lady Vivian being wooed by Robert Taylor. When I saw she wasn't listed in the IMDb credits for the film, I submitted her entry and now she's credited.
 

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Always liked this film since seeing it on first release and being thrilled by the giant CinemaScope screen. I believe this is one of those films in 1958 which was affected by the musician's strike and therefore didn't have an original music score.
 

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