Remarkable thriller, with both Greg Peck and Robert Mitchum, giving flawless performances. Mitchum, being far more entertaining as a bad guy, than his forgettable good guy film noir roles. This movie is far more chilling and enjoyable than the terrible Martin Scorsese remake!
The Picture Quality:
Again picture is outstanding, with a genuine 3 dimension sense of realism to everything from clothes to shiny Chevrolet vehicles. What bluray was made for, and far in excess of dvd versions.
Now comes the painful problems ... everything has been wiped clean from this standard bluray release. NO fascinating documentary, or trailer, featured on the standard dvd release! Also the screen ratio, never seems to quite fit, and the menu is a pain to navigate, sending you right back to initial loading (5 miniutes waiting time) with the slightest mistake! Buy this for its beautiful picture quality, then find the cheap dvd for all the extra material.