Here’s what you get on these box sets:
Forgotten Noir, Volume 1: Portland Exposé (1957), They Were So Young (1954), Loan Shark (1952), Arson, Inc. (1949), The Shadow Man (1953) and Shoot to Kill (1947)
Forgotten Noir, Volume 2: I’ll Get You (1952), Fingerprints Don’t Lie (1951), F.B.I. Girl (1951), Tough Assignment (1949), The Man from Cairo (1953) and Mask of the Dragon (1951)
Forgotten Noir, Volume 3: David Harding, Counterspy (1950), Danger Zone (1951), The Big Chase (1954), Mr. District Attorney (1947), Ringside (1949), Hi-Jacked (1950), Scotland Yard Inspector (1952), Pier 23 (1951) and The Case of the Baby Sitter (1947)
Forgotten Noir: Volume 4: Counterspy Meets Scotland Yard (1950), Radar Secret Service (1950), Motor Patrol (1950), Mr. District Attorney (1941), Western Pacific Agent (1950), Highway 13 (1948), Treasure of Monte Cristo (1949), Roaring City (1951) and Sky Liner (1949)
Cowabunga, kids! That’s thirty down-and-dirty B-movie classics for around a buck apiece…and with these in your library, there’d be no shortage of essays you could write for the For the Love of Film (Noir) Blogathon being hosted by Ferdy and the Siren on
February 14-21, 2011. They’d also make a swell Christmas gift for that deserving person on your list. (Me, for instance.)
Just put all four in your shopping cart and use the coupon code NOIR at checkout…and then take the phone off the hook as you stage your own personal classic movie festival in the privacy of your home for the holidays. I love this time of year!