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Imprint Bundle Pack – June 2022

AUD$180.00

Number of Blu-ray Discs

6

Release Date

29 June 2022

Product Code IMP-PACK17

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Barabbas (Imprint Collection #132)

Epic account of the thief Barabbas, who was spared crucifixion when the Jews chose Christ in his place. Struggling with his spirituality, Barabbas goes through many ordeals leading him to the gladiator arena, where he tries to win his freedom and confront his inner demons.

1961 religious epic film Directed by Richard Fleischer (Fantastic Voyage) and starring Anthony Quinn as Barabbas, Silvana Mangano, Jack Palance & Ernest Borgnine.

“Ripe for reconsideration — the Greatest Story Ever Told has been Retold and Retold, but Barabbas brings it back from the dead” – FilmComment.com

Julius Caesar (Imprint Collection #133)

This 1970 adaptation stars Charlton Heston as Mark Antony, the loyal apprentice of Emperor Julius Caesar, who’s deceived and murdered by Brutus, Cassius and other power-hungry Roman officials. Driven out of Rome, the betrayers vow to destroy Mark Antony, who fights for Caesar and the future of the empire at all costs.

All-star cast featuring Charlton Heston, Jason Robards, John Gielgud, Robert Vaughn, Richard Chamberlain, Diana Rigg & Christopher Lee

“Director Stuart Burge has taken a pragmatic view even of the poetry; a virile drama of men making the most of their moments and making the world move with them.” – New York Magazine

The Nelson Affair (Imprint Collection #134)

Young George Matcham visits his uncle Lord Nelson and the vulgar Lady Hamilton. With the clear eyes of youth, he measures Nelson’s stature and notes his feet of clay. And yet, Nelson is a hero, a great man. How can this be resolved? Meanwhile, the combined French and Spanish fleet puts out to sea.

Scripted by acclaimed British author Terence Rattigan and starring Peter Finch, Glenda Jackson & Anthony Quayle

“Terence Rattigan’s script is witty and sophisticated” – Los Angeles Free Press

A Night to Remember (Imprint Collection #135)

Classic documentary drama based on Walter Lord’s book about the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. Told from the perspective of Second Officer Charles Lightoller (Kenneth More), the story follows the supposedly ‘unsinkable’ ship as she embarks on her maiden voyage and ultimately founders in the North Atlantic Ocean.

From Veteran British director Roy Ward Baker

“A restrained ensemble drama that manages to intertwine a dozen different stories without tripping up on any of them, it relies on real-life survivor testimony for almost every line and incident, to immensely moving and dignified effect” – Guardian

Damn the Defiant (Imprint Collection #136)

Alec Guinness must battle a mutinous crew and Napoleon’s fleet in the rousing, historical adventure DAMN THE DEFIANT!

As commander of the British warship H.M.S. Defiant, the humane Crawford (Guinness) strives to maintain order throughout the ship against the ceaseless brutality of sadistic first mate Scott-Padget (Dirk Bogarde). After Crawford is injured in a fiery battle with a French treasure ship, angry seaman Vizard (Anthony Quayle) leads the crew to mutiny when Scott-Padget takes over but when a vengeful sailor murders Scott-Padget, the Defiant crew must decide between saving their country or their own lives.

Directed by Lewis Gilbert (Alfie, Moonraker)

“Superior performance from Alec Guinness” – Moviescene.com

The Long Ships (Imprint Collection #137)

Viking brothers Rolfe (Widmark) and Orm (Russ Tamblyn, West Side Story) steal the Norse king’s funeral ship as well as his beautiful daughter, Gerda (Beba Loncar), and head off in search of the fabled “Mother of Voices,” a huge solid-gold bell “as tall as three tall men.” The brothers battle a maelstrom, a mutinous crew and vengeful Moorish troops led by Prince El Mansuh (Poitier). Highlighted by rousing battle scenes, daring escapes and humorous interludes

This action-packed Viking adventure saga was directed by legendary cinematographer Jack Cardiff and starring Richard Widmark and Sidney Poitier.