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Throughout his ten-year sojourn in Hollywood, director Robert Siodmak made his mark in the film noir and thriller genres. After attracting notice for Fly-by-Night (1942) with Paramount Pictures, the director got a seven-year contract with Universal Pictures, where he made some of his best and most memorable pictures including The Killers (1946; which earned him a Best Director Oscar nomination), Cobra Woman (1944), Phantom Lady (also 1944), Son of Dracula (1943) and Criss Cross (1948). For his final Hollywood film, he worked with independent producer Louis de Rochemont on The Whistle at Eaton Falls for Columbia Pictures. Long unavailable on home video, Flicker Alley has unveiled the film on Blu-ray for the first time as part of their new Flicker Fusion line.



The Whistle at Eaton Falls (1951)...

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Thank you for your fine review. I've had this Blu-ray since it's release date, but haven't watched it yet because TCM showed it with this new scan about a month before its release date. Anyhow, I liked the movie quite a lot, as Robert Siodmak is one of my all-time favorite directors. I'm sure I'll watch the Blu-ray in the near future as I want to listen to Rode's commentary.
 

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