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White Heat (uk Exclusive) - The Premium Collection The Premium Collection, revered films across all genres celebrated in a Premium package set containing the film on Blu-ray, DVD and a Digital Copy (via the Ultraviolet service) giving fans a must own version that allows them to watch however they choose. Each release also includes a collectible slipcase and 4 collectible artcards featuring the films key art and 3 lobby cards style stills. As a psychotic thug devoted to his hard-boiled ma, James Cagney - older, scarier and just as electrifying - gives a performance to match his work in The Public Enemy as White Heat's coldblooded Cody Jarrett. Bracingly directed by Raoul Walsh, this fast-paced thriller tracing Jarrett's violent life in and out of jail is also a harrowing character study. Jarrett is a psychological time bomb ruled by impulse. He murders a wounded accomplice and revels in the act. He neglects his sultry wife (Virginia Mayo) and adores his doting mother. It is among the most vivid screen performances of Cagney's career, and the excitement it generates will put you on top of the world! Special Features: Commentary by Film Historian Dr. Drew Casper Leonard Maltin Hosts Warner Night at the Movies 1949 with Newsreel, Comedy Short So You Think You're Not Guilty, Cartoon Homeless Hare and Theatrical Trailers Featurette White Heat: Top of the World
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Wow! Great film. At just under 2 hours the film still manages to move swiftly as we progress through several episodes that all lead us to a memorable explosive ending with those famous last words - "Made it ma! Top of the world!" The dialogue is excellent in this film as is the acting. A mention must be made to Margaret Wycherly. She is very good as a gangster mother and her acting is a million miles from the sanctimonious nonsense that was her effort in the vastly over-rated Gary Cooper film "Sergeant Yawn" (1941).
An added interest throughout the film is learning the police procedures of the time, eg, following a suspect using the "car A, car B, car C" strategy. Don't think that'll work on Ma Wycherly, though. However, the oscillator (radio technology) is the device that may just bag things for the good guys.
My wife's summary of the film was "....a boys film. And it's too long". Yep, it's a boy's film, I guess, and it's excellent entertainment. So, time to plan my next heist.......however, I won't re-kindle my mother fixation as I think we should move on in life.
I love this film in fact when all around me is depression and anger, I watch this film and that brings some
Sanity back into my world
The dvd has some nice extras too. Not the usual '4 hours of bonus footage, interviews and behind the scenes' stuff you often get now that you might watch once and never again. This has a short program about the film and the actors in it but it also has the type of things that you would have seen in the cinema when it was released: A short 'B movie', in this case a comedy, a news reel (that seems to be cut short for some reason), a Bugs Bunny cartoon and then the main feature itself. Worth curling up in an armchair with some popcorn for!
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