Imprint Bundle Pack – February 2023


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22 February 2023

Product Code IMP-PACK24


The Mountain (1956) – Imprint Collection #198

Retired mountain climber and guide Zachary Wheeler (Spencer Tracy) reluctantly helps his younger brother (Robert Wagner) scale a treacherous mountain slope to reach the site of a recent plane crush. Truly his brother’s keeper, he puts aside their differences and agrees to help his inexperienced brother on an immoral looting mission. After reaching the crash site the brothers discover a lone survivor (Anna Kashfi). Zachary immediately starts caring for the injured young woman planning her rescue while his brother would rather abandon her and make off with the loot.

Directed by Edward Dmytryk (The Caine Mutiny) this one-of-a-kind action-adventure was based on “La neige en deuil” a 1952 French novel by Henri Troyat which was inspired by the crash of Air India Flight 245 in 1950.

Starring Spencer Tracy, Robert Wagner, Claire Trevor, William Demarest and E.G. Marshall.

Limited Edition slipcase on the first 1500 copies with unique artwork.


Something To Live For (1952) – Imprint Collection #199

Aging advertising executive Alan Miller (Ray Milland) is a recovered alcoholic who now does interventions on behalf of Alcoholics Anonymous. He is called by the elevator operator of a residential hotel to come and intervene in the case of one of the guests, struggling Broadway actress Jenny Carey (Joan Fontaine). The two find they have even more in common than their taste for drink. But Jenny wants to put an end to their romance because Alan is a married man, who moreover is the father of two children. How will Jenny and Alan resolve their feelings without destroying Alan’s marriage?

Joan Fontaine stars in her acclaimed role as a famous actress who descends into alcoholism in this classic melodrama from legendary American director George Stevens (A Place in the Sun).
Costume design by legendary designer, Edith Head (Sunset Boulevard).

Starring Joan Fontaine, Ray Milland and Teresa Wright.

Limited Edition slipcase on the first 1500 copies with unique artwork.


Carrie (1950) – Imprint Collection #200

Carrie is the story of a woman whose dreams of adventure in the big city are squashed after discovering a bleak life of gruelling and poorly paid factory work. That is, until a traveling salesman named Drouet steps into her life and changes her outlook. Breaking all the rules of morality at the time, Carrie moves in with him and at first, she’s content, but when Drouet introduces her to the wealthy and married Hurstwood, who manages a restaurant, Carrie instantly sizes up the difference between the two men and discovers she’s falling for him.

William Wyler’s classic adaptation of Theodore Dreiser’s “Sister Carrie” was nominated for two Oscars.

Full unedited version of the film featuring the previously removed “flophouse” scene which was omitted for the original release in the US theatres.

Starring Laurence Olivier, Jennifer Jones, Miriam Hopkins and Eddie Albert.

Limited Edition slipcase on the first 1500 copies with unique artwork.


The Bad News Bears Go To Japan (1978) – Imprint Collection #201

Caught in a clash of cultures and ready to wreak more havoc on Japan than Godzilla, the Bad News Bears are back for their third outing, following the enormously successful The Bad News Bears and The Bad News Bears In Breaking Training. This time the Bears have been spirited off to Tokyo by Tony Curtis as Marvin Lazar, a slick and sleazy con artist who sees in the team a perfect peg for a get-rich-quick scheme. The strikeout-prone Bears are pitted against a murderously skillful Japanese junior baseball team, and the resulting comic chaos is hilarious.

Starring Tony Curtis, Jackie Earle Haley and Tomisaburô Wakayama.

Limited Edition slipcase on the first 1500 copies with unique artwork.


Hurry Sundown (1967) – Imprint Collection #202

Henry Warren (Michael Caine) is an unscrupulous and racist landowner obsessed with buying up all available land in a Georgia farming town. Blocking his path are sharecroppers Rod McDowell (John Phillip Law) and Reeve Scott (Robert Hooks), one white and one black.

Otto Preminger (Anatomy of a Murder) directs this epic adaptation of K.B. Gilden’s novel about racial prejudice and emotional unrest in 1940s Georgia. Screenplay adapted by Thomas C. Ryan and Horton Foote.

Starring Jane Fonda, Faye Dunaway, Diahann Carroll, Burgess Meredith, Robert Reed and George Kennedy.

Limited Edition slipcase on the first 1500 copies with unique artwork.


Resurrection (1980) – Imprint Collection #203

In Resurrection, an unforgettable story of love and devotion, Ellen Burstyn delivers a tour-de-force performance as a woman who experiences clinical death and returns to life with the amazing ability to heal others. Attributing her powers to human love rather than divine intervention, she begins to aid the residents of her childhood town. After healing a zealous young farmer (Sam Shepard), she starts to fall in love with him. As their affair develops, he tries to make her confess that her powers come from God and not from within. Her refusal leads to a violent climax that will change the healer and all who touch her forever.

On release the film received two Oscar nominations for Best Actress (Ellen Burstyn) and Best Supporting Actress (Eva Le Gallienne).

Starring Ellen Burstyn, Sam Shepard, Richard Farnsworth, Roberts Blossom, Eva Le Gallienne.

Limited Edition slipcase on the first 1500 copies with unique artwork.