Autumn TT Harvest
Two sterling additions to your Charles Bronson and Jane Fonda collections, a Formula One romance and four smashing locomotive-centric adventures to sate your need for speed – and action, plus Ken Follett espionage, the first thrill-packed screen caper with The Destroyer (aka Remo Williams), and classics of Hollywood macabre and Southern-fried suspense populate an exciting 12-title Twilight Time Blu-ray slate making this an awesome autumn for your home theater.
Coming September 13 are: Bobby Deerfield (1977), starring Al Pacino, Marthe Keller and Anny Duperey, directed by Sydney Pollack, score by Dave Grusin; Eye of the Needle (1981), starring Donald Sutherland, Kate Nelligan and Christopher Cazenove, directed by Richard Marquand, score by Miklós Rózsa; From Noon Till Three (1976), starring Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland and Douglas Fowley, directed by Frank D. Gilroy, score by Elmer Bernstein; Murphy’s Law (1986), starring Charles Bronson, Kathleen Wilhoite and Carrie Snodgress, directed by J. Lee Thompson, score by Marc Donahue and Valentine McCallum; 9 to 5 (1980), starring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton, directed by Colin Higgins, score by Charles Fox; and Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins… (1985), starring Fred Ward, Joel Grey and Wilford Brimley, directed by Guy Hamilton, score by Craig Safan.
Coming October 11 are: Boxcar Bertha (1972), starring Barbara Hershey, David Carradine and Barry Primus, directed by Martin Scorsese, score by Gib Guilbeau and Thad Maxwell; The Bullet Train aka Shinkansen daibakuha (1975), starring Ken Takakura, Shin’ichi (Sonny) Chiba and Kei Yamamoto, directed by Jun’ya Satô, score by Hachirô Aoyama, in Japanese with English subtitles; The Chase (1966), starring Marlon Brando, Jane Fonda and Robert Redford, directed by Arthur Penn, score by John Barry; Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964), starring Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland and Joseph Cotten, directed by Robert Aldrich, score by Frank DeVol; Runaway Train (1985), starring Jon Voight, Eric Roberts and Rebecca De Mornay, directed by Andrei Konchalovsky, score by Trevor Jones; and the return of the previously sold-out The Train (1964), starring Burt Lancaster, Paul Scofield and Jeanne Moreau, directed by John Frankenheimer, score by Maurice Jarre. Details of each release will follow in the coming months.