Indicator June 2024 Blu-ray Release (UK)

Powerhouse Films has announced its UK limited edition Indicator June 2024 Blu-ray titles, Obsession (1949), The Shop at Sly Corner (1947), The Whole Truth (1958) and Tomorrow We Live (1943).

These classic films are due out on the 17th June 2024 in the UK and are available now to pre-order!

British 1949 crime film directed by Edward Dmytryk, stars Robert Newton, Phil Brown and Sally Gray.

This film has had “New 4K restoration by Powerhouse Films” and is a limited edition release of 4,000 copies for the UK and the US.

BLU-RAY TECHNICAL SPECS

  • Discs: 1
  • Region: B
  • Video: 1080p High Definition
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
  • Audio: Original Mono Audio
  • Running Time: 96 mins approx
  • Rating: PG

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Limited Edition Exclusive Booklet
  • Audio Commentary with Film Historians Thirza Wakefield & Melanie Williams (2024)
  • The John Player Lecture with Edward Dmytryk (1972) (Archival Audio Recording of the Prolific Director in Conversation with Author / Critic John Baxter)
  • Richard Dyer on ‘Obsession’ (2024) (Academic / Author Explores the Themes & the Making of the Film)
  • The BEHP Interview with Gordon McCallum (1988) (Archival Audio Recording, Made as Part of the British Entertainment History Project)
  • Image Gallery: Promotional & Publicity Materials
  • New & Improved English Subtitles for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing

You can pre-order now on Blu-ray £17.00 from Amazon. (Price correct as of 15.03.24).

The Amazon links on this page are affiliate / associate links. By buying through the links we may receive a commission for the sale.

Obsession (1949) Limited Edition Blu-ray releases on 17th June 2024 in the UK.

Obsession Blu-ray

Classic 1947 British crime film, also know as Code Of Scotland Yard, directed by George King, stars Oskar Homolka, Muriel Pavlow and Derek Farr.

This film has had “New 4K restoration by Powerhouse Films” and is a limited edition release of 4,000 copies for the UK and the US.

BLU-RAY TECHNICAL SPECS

  • Discs: 1
  • Region: B
  • Video: 1080p High Definition
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
  • Audio: Original Mono Audio
  • Running Time: 91 mins approx
  • Rating: PG

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Limited Edition Exclusive Booklet
  • Audio Commentary with Film Historian Josephine Botting & Critic Phuong Le (2024)
  • Jonathan Rigby on Oscar Homolka (2024) (The Film Historian Delves into the Life & Career of the Prolific Austrian Actor)
  • Muriel Pavlow in Conversation (2009) (Filmed Interview in which the British Actor Discusses Her Career with Josephine Botting at London’s National Film Theatre)
  • Image Gallery: Promotional & Publicity Materials
  • New & Improved English Subtitles for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing

You can pre-order now on Blu-ray £17.00 from Amazon. (Price correct as of 15.03.24).

The Amazon links on this page are affiliate / associate links. By buying through the links we may receive a commission for the sale.

The Shop at Sly Corner (1947) Limited Edition Blu-ray releases on 17th June 2024 in the UK.

The Shop at Sly Corner Blu-ray

Classic 1958 British-American crime film, directed by John Guillermin, stars Stewart Granger, Donna Reed, George Sanders and Gianna Maria Canale.

This film is a “High Definition remaster” and is a limited edition release of 3,000 copies for the UK.

BLU-RAY TECHNICAL SPECS

  • Discs: 1
  • Region: B
  • Video: 1080p High Definition
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.75:1
  • Audio: Original Mono Audio
  • Running Time: 84 mins approx
  • Rating: PG

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Limited Edition Exclusive Booklet
  • Audio Commentary with Film Historians Kevin Lyons & Jonathan Rigby (2024)
  • Robert Shail on ‘The Whole Truth’ (2024) (The Film Historian Discusses the Film & British Production Company Romulus Films)
  • The BEHP Interview with Ronald Spencer (1991) (Archival Audio Recording, Made As Part Of the British Entertainment History Project)
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
  • Image Gallery: Promotional & Publicity Materials
  • New & Improved English Subtitles for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing

You can pre-order now on Blu-ray £17.00 from Amazon. (Price correct as of 15.03.24).

The Amazon links on this page are affiliate / associate links. By buying through the links we may receive a commission for the sale.

The Whole Truth (1958) Limited Edition Blu-ray releases on 17th June 2024 in the UK.

The Whole Truth Blu-ray

Classic 1943 British film, directed by George King, stars John Clements, Godfrey Tearle, Greta Gynt, Hugh Sinclair and Yvonne Arnaud.

This film has had a “New restoration from a 4K scan by Powerhouse Films” and is a limited edition release of 4,000 copies for the UK and US markets.

BLU-RAY TECHNICAL SPECS

  • Discs: 1
  • Region: B
  • Video: 1080p High Definition
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
  • Audio: Original Mono Audio
  • Running Time: 85 mins approx
  • Rating: U

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Limited Edition Exclusive Booklet
  • Audio Commentary with Film Historians Josephine Botting & Robert Murphy (2024)
  • Pamela Hutchinson on Greta Gynt (2024): The Film Historian Discusses the Life & Career of the Famed Norwegian Actor)
  • The BEHP Interview with Roy Douglas (2005) (Archival Video Recording, Made as Part of the British Entertainment History Project)
  • Image Gallery: Promotional & Publicity Materials
  • New & Improved English Subtitles for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing

You can pre-order now on Blu-ray £17.00 from Amazon. (Price correct as of 15.03.24).

The Amazon links on this page are affiliate / associate links. By buying through the links we may receive a commission for the sale.

Tomorrow We Live (1943) Limited Edition Blu-ray releases on 17th June 2024 in the UK.

Tomorrow We Live Blu-ray

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