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"A remarkable movie" - by smokey
Only the British could make a movie like this. True to the spirit of the book on which it is based.
Alan Ladd is a favorite of mine and this is a typical first class performance by him.
I saw this movie several times in the late 50s and early 60s and just loved it but it got lost in my memory over the years until I found it on DVD recently.
The picture, colour and sound are top quality and I have enjoyed adding this great movie to my collection.
I strongly recommend it to all Alan Ladd fans and to all who enjoy a good old war movie.

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"Probably the best "Gatsby" to date." - by Hank (Spain)
The best DVD release you are likely to find of this neglected Alan Ladd movie of the late 1940s. The source material for the transfer is excellent, considering the movie's age. Crisp picture and good sound.

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"A first-rate Alan Ladd Forties noir, with Veronica Lake and William Bendix" - by C. O. DeRiemer (San Antonio, Texas, USA)
"Bourbon, straight, with a bourbon chaser." That's Johnny Morrison's drink. Johnny's just been discharged from the Navy, along with two of his pals who were under his command. There's George Copeland (Hugh Beaumont), easy going and loyal, and Buzz Wancheck (William Bendix), big and burly, just as loyal to Johnny as George is, with a metal plate in his head, a variable memory and who sometimes goes into rages.

Johnny leaves his two pals in a Los Angeles hotel and goes to The Cavendish Court in the evening to meet his wife, Helen (Doris Dowling). The Cavendish is a high priced hotel with private bungalows, a careless attitude about parties and an aging security man who doesn't mind taking a few under-the-table dollars for various services. Johnny finds his wife, alright. He learns quickly what her philosophy is. "I take all the drinks I like, any time, any place," ... full review

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"A first-rate Alan Ladd Forties noir, with Veronica Lake and William Bendix" - by C. O. DeRiemer (San Antonio, Texas, USA)
"Bourbon, straight, with a bourbon chaser." That's Johnny Morrison's drink. Johnny's just been discharged from the Navy, along with two of his pals who were under his command. There's George Copeland (Hugh Beaumont), easy going and loyal, and Buzz Wancheck (William Bendix), big and burly, just as loyal to Johnny as George is, with a metal plate in his head, a variable memory and who sometimes goes into rages.

Johnny leaves his two pals in a Los Angeles hotel and goes to The Cavendish Court in the evening to meet his wife, Helen (Doris Dowling). The Cavendish is a high priced hotel with private bungalows, a careless attitude about parties and an aging security man who doesn't mind taking a few under-the-table dollars for various services. Johnny finds his wife, alright. He learns quickly what her philosophy is. "I take all the drinks I like, any time, any place," ... full review

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"This is one to enjoy!!!!!" - by Mystery Writer Fan (United Kingdom)
Lovely Loretta Young manages to draw some warmth from normally taciturn Alan Ladd. They make a great team and this is a first-class film. Susan Hayward seems a little uneasy as Loretta Young's sister. Susan Hayward acted with some real beauties in her time (Paulette Goddard for one) and she always managed to shine but here Loretta Young's quiet beauty makes Miss Hayward seem a bit brittle, at times. The remastering of sound and picture is excellent. Highly recommended - enjoy!!!!!!!!!!

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"A classic western." - by Ghidrahman
Excellent release. Outstanding quality. More of these classics should be released but in all region.

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"A classic western." - by Ghidrahman
Excellent release. Outstanding quality. More of these classics should be released but in all region.

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"Five Stars" - by kulwant singh kullar
Good print arrived on the time.no issue at all I ll buy dvds in the future.

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"A fine Forties noir with Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake and Brian Donlevy, and a startling performance by William Bendix" - by C. O. DeRiemer (San Antonio, Texas, USA)
Maybe not a great noir, but The Glass Key, based on the novel by Dashiell Hammett, is one of the most satisfying crime movies to come out of the Forties. I've watched it several times and undoubtedly will again. Why does it work so well? First, there's a death tied to a whodunit and the solution is well disguised until the very end. Second, there's the milieu...big city crime and politics, corruption and violence. Third, a startlingly unhinged performance by William Bendix. And fourth, and most importantly, there is the relationship between two strong men, both slightly amoral but which is based on friendship and trust.

We're talking about Paul Madvig (Brian Donlevy), a big-time gambler and enforcer who has moved into big-time politics, and Ed Beaumont (Alan Ladd), his right-hand man. This bond of trust and friendship between the two is one of the movie's major themes. It's ... full review

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"A solid, action-packed western with Alan Ladd" - by C. O. DeRiemer (San Antonio, Texas, USA)
If you're a railroad thief in the old West and one night you hear a soft voice behind you, it's already too late to draw. Whispering Smith has found you. He's smarter than you, tougher than you, and faster than you.

Luke "Whispering" Smith (Alan Ladd) is a soft-spoken railroad detective. His best friend, Murray Sinclair (Robert Preston) also works for the railroad. Sinclair is a rough-and-ready crew chief who loves the old ways, and that means taking a cut from the goods in train wrecks. He's married to Marian Sinclair (Brenda Marshall), owns a ranch bigger than he should be able to afford, and finally sounds off once too often to railroad management. It doesn't help things when Murray realizes that Smith has long loved Marian. Lurking around is Barney Rebstock (Donald Crisp), a wealthy thief and rustler who now and then arranges for train wrecks. Rebstock's right ... full review

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"another great western dvd set" - by John R. Gidley (plymouth ,devon .uk)
another great value western dvd collection , buy it before it`d deleted ,bought volume one also

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"Five Stars" - by Brian Conduct
Always wanted a copy of this film since I was a kid, It doesn't disappoint