The Ship That Died of Shame Blu-ray & DVD – Studiocanal Vintage Classics Sept 2023

The Ship That Died of Shame (1955)

Studiocanal has announced another release on their Vintage Classics label coming early in September 2023. The Ship That Died of Shame (1955) comes to Blu-ray and DVD.

The Ship That Died of Shame (1955) also know as PT Raiders in the United States, is a black and white crime adventure film from Ealing Studios. It’s directed by Basil Dearden and stars Richard Attenborough, George Baker, Bill Owen and Virginia McKenna.

Following the end of WWII, three ex-servicemen decide to smuggle items such as wine into Britain. However they soon find themselves transporting ever more sinister cargos.

I’ve added a short clip of the film below as there was no trailer available.

THE SHIP THAT DIED OF SHAME BLU-RAY

BLU-RAY TECHNICAL SPECS

  • Discs: 1
  • Region: B
  • Video: 1080p High Definition
  • Aspect Ratio: TBC
  • Audio: TBC
  • English SDH Subtitles
  • Running Time: 92 mins approx
  • Rating: PG

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Interview with Author/Professor of Film Neil Sinyard
  • Behind The Scenes Stills Gallery

You can pre-order now on Blu-ray for £14.99 from Amazon. (Price correct as of 30.08.23).

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Blu-ray releases on 11th September 2023 in the UK.

The Ship That Died of Shame Blu-ray

THE SHIP THAT DIED OF SHAME DVD

DVD TECHNICAL SPECS

  • Discs: 1
  • Region: 2
  • Aspect Ratio: TBC
  • Audio: TBC
  • English SDH Subtitles
  • Running Time: 88 mins approx
  • Rating: 18

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Interview with Author/Professor of Film Neil Sinyard
  • Behind The Scenes Stills Gallery

You can pre-order now on DVD £9.99 from Amazon. (Price correct as of 30.08.23).

DVD releases on 11th September 2023 in the UK.

The Ship That Died of Shame DVD

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WHAT DO YOU THINK?

There’s no word on any restoration but Studiocanal releases tend to be pretty good.

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