BRAND NEW RELEASE
From the British Film Institute
The Good Die Young
2 discs, 1 DVD and 1 Blu-Ray
Year: 1954 Director: Lewis Gilbert Cast: Stanley Baker, Joan Collins, Robert Morley,
Gloria Grahame, Laurence Harvey, Richard Basehart.
Black & White; Optional subtitles; Running time approx: 98 minutes.
£15.00 WITH FREE UK POSTAGE
Amoral aristocrat Miles Ravencourt plots a daring robbery, enlisting the aid of three men: ex-boxer Mike, (Stanley Baker), ex-GI Joe, (Richard Basehart) and American airman Eddie, (John Ireland). Remastered in 2K by the BFI, presented in High Definition and Standard Definition.
When Giants Fought (1926, 31 mins): a contentious bare-knuckle conflict of 1810 is revisited in this power-packed silent boxing drama, with new music by Mordecai Smyth.
Midnight Taxi (1946, 17 mins): a London cabby uncovers the cityís secret nightlife in this plug for post-war National Savings.
Under Night Streets (1958, 20 mins): after the last tube has gone, an army of underground workers get busy down below.
Not Like Any Other Director: Lewis Gilbert (1995, 34 mins): Michael Caine introduces the director of The Good Die Young, in an on-stage interview at Londonís National Film Theatre.
Fully illustrated booklet with new essays by the BFI’s Dr Josephine Botting, writer and former assistant to Lewis Gilbert, Peter Rankin and full film credits.