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    Horace Cordier
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  • Junior Bonner

    Junior Bonner

    Released by: Kino Lorber Studio Classics
    Released on: October 21st, 2017.
    Director: Sam Peckinpah
    Cast: Steve McQueen, Robert Preston, Ida Lupino, Joe Don Baker, Ben Johnson
    Year: 1972
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    The Movie: Sam Peckinpah's followup to STRAW DOGS wasn't really what anyone was expecting. Both derided and praised for his groundbreaking use of violence in films, Bloody Sam was always a tough nut to crack as an artist. STRAW DOGS was hi...
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  • Devil's Rain, The

    Devil's Rain, The

    Released by: Severin Film
    Released on: October 31st, 2017.
    Director: Robert Fuest
    Cast: William Shatner, Ernest Borgnine, Eddie Albert, Keenan Wynn, Tom Skerritt, Ida Lupino, John Travolta
    Year: 1975
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    The Movie: One of the most eclecticly casted films of all time, The Devil's Rain was made at a time when Satan was big at the box office. The seventies were the heyday of the supernatural horror film and for while there
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  • Big Knife, The

    Big Knife, The

    Released by: Arrow Video
    Released on: September 5th, 2017.
    Director: Robert Aldrich
    Cast: Jack Palance, Ida Lupino, Rod Steiger, Shelley Winters, Wendell Corey, Jean Hagen
    Year: 1955
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    The Movie: Made right after director Robert Aldrich had a hit with Kiss Me Deadly, 1955's The Big Knife, based on the stage production written by Clifford Odets, starts with a striking opening sequence in which Saul Bass' fantastic titles are
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  • The Hitch-Hiker

    The Hitch-Hiker

    Released by: Kino Lorber
    Released on: October 15th, 2013.
    Director: Ida Lupino
    Cast: Edmund O'Brien, Frank Lovejoy, Wiliam Tallman
    Year: 1953
    Purchase From Amazon The Movie: The name Ida Lupino may be forgotten by most except for the most ardent cinephiles but she remains one of the most fascinating figures in cinema history. An actress and director in an era when women were pretty much kept exclusively in front of the camera, Lupino had a long and f
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