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    Unique ID Code: 0000209196
    Added by: Jitendar Canth
    Added on: 24/11/2020 18:00
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    Hell and High Water

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    29 men and one woman ... in the captive world of a submarine!
    Certificate: PG
    Running Time: 103 mins
    Retail Price: £14.99
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    Content Type: Movie

    "In the summer of 1953, it was announced that an atomic bomb of foreign origin had been exploded somewhere outside of the United States... This is the story of that explosion. " Starting with a nuclear explosion and only escalating from there, Hell and High Water is a white-knuckle Cold War thriller that would have a huge influence on the future of blockbuster cinema (Steven Spielberg was so enamoured with the film that he kept a print in his car for many years).

    When military intelligence suggests a secret atomic base is being covertly set-up on an island near Japan, former US Navy commander Adam Jones (Richard Widmark) is sent on a covert mission to prevent a nuclear attack that could trigger World War 3.

    The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present Samuel Fuller' s Hell and High Water on Blu-ray from a stunning 4K restoration.

    Special Features:
    Audio commentary by author Scott Harrison
    Richard Widmark: Strength of Characters [45 mins] a documentary on the actor
    Original theatrical trailer
    PLUS: A collector's booklet featuring an essay by film critic Philip Kemp and the words of Samuel Fuller.

    Video Tracks:
    2.55:1 widescreen 1080p

    Audio Tracks:
    PCM 2.0 Mono English

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    Directed By:
    Samuel Fuller

    Written By:

    Robert Adler
    Richard Loo
    Stephen Bekassy
    David Wayne
    Gene Evans
    Cameron Mitchell
    Victor Francen
    Bella Darvi
    Richard Widmark

    Soundtrack By:
    Alfred Newman

    Director of Photography:
    Joseph MacDonald

    James B. Clark

    Raymond A. Klune

    Eureka Entertainment

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