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The Capture

Review Thrillmaster Andrew Stone re-teams Shadow of a Doubt's Joseph Cotten and Teresa Wright for this bank job drama about a man who goes all out for the big score, only to discover he's risked losing all.

Diligent, observant and bright assistant bank manager James Osborne (Cotten) knows all the ins and outs of his bank - including a few loopholes wary upper management has missed. Despairing of the suburban treadmill, Osborne seizes on U.S.-Brazil extradition (or lack thereof) to provide his "get out of jail free card." His daring plan - rob the bank during working hours on Friday and be safely in Brazil by the time the cash is found missing Monday morn. Unfortunately, Osborne's wife Laurie (Wright) does not applaud his daring as imagined. She leaves him and, in order to get her back, Osborne must now enact an even more daring plan - break back into the bank and return the purloined tender before Monday morning.

When sold by Amazon.com, this product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.


Sudden Fear

Review Two generations of lovers struggle to determine whether practicality or passion should guide their fate in this "heartwarming and delightful" (The Hollywood Reporter) tale. Starring Academy AwardÂ(r) winners* David Niven and Teresa Wright and "filmed with tenderness and rhythmic beauty" (Cue), Enchantment casts a captivating spell! As a young man, Rollo (Niven) was kept from his true love, Lark (Wright), by the scheming of his spiteful older sister. Years later, he's pleased to see his niece and Lark's nephew falling in love. But war is raging and the future looks bleak. Can Rollo keep another couple from losing their chance at happiness? *Niven: Actor, Separate Tables (1958); Wright: Supporting Actress, Mrs. Miniver (1942)
Stage Fright

Review A World War II paraplegic recovers with his doctor, fiancee and comrades. Directed by Fred Zinnemann.
Father Brown, Season 1

Review Thrillmaster Andrew Stone re-teams Shadow of a Doubt's Joseph Cotten and Teresa Wright for this bank job drama about a man who goes all out for the big score, only to discover he's risked losing all.

Diligent, observant and bright assistant bank manager James Osborne (Cotten) knows all the ins and outs of his bank - including a few loopholes wary upper management has missed. Despairing of the suburban treadmill, Osborne seizes on U.S.-Brazil extradition (or lack thereof) to provide his "get out of jail free card." His daring plan - rob the bank during working hours on Friday and be safely in Brazil by the time the cash is found missing Monday morn. Unfortunately, Osborne's wife Laurie (Wright) does not applaud his daring as imagined. She leaves him and, in order to get her back, Osborne must now enact an even more daring plan - break back into the bank and return the purloined tender before Monday morning.

When sold by Amazon.com, this product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.


Second Woman, The - 1950

Review Two generations of lovers struggle to determine whether practicality or passion should guide their fate in this "heartwarming and delightful" (The Hollywood Reporter) tale. Starring Academy AwardÂ(r) winners* David Niven and Teresa Wright and "filmed with tenderness and rhythmic beauty" (Cue), Enchantment casts a captivating spell! As a young man, Rollo (Niven) was kept from his true love, Lark (Wright), by the scheming of his spiteful older sister. Years later, he's pleased to see his niece and Lark's nephew falling in love. But war is raging and the future looks bleak. Can Rollo keep another couple from losing their chance at happiness? *Niven: Actor, Separate Tables (1958); Wright: Supporting Actress, Mrs. Miniver (1942)
Too Late for Tears

Review A World War II paraplegic recovers with his doctor, fiancee and comrades. Directed by Fred Zinnemann.

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