Western gems (including one in 3D and two co-starring the formidable Robert Ryan), Woody-flavored chamber drama and Widescreen Early Cinemascope adventure earmark Twilight Time’s September lineup of five titles. To usher in Autumn with a hair-trigger bang, we welcome for the first time to the TT roster three esteemed veteran directors (Robert D. Webb, John Sturges and Raoul Walsh) and two iconic studio-era stars (Rock Hudson, Donna Reed). There’s an extraordinary nine-member acting ensemble that only a Woody Allen project could assemble, and fabulous scores from composers this music-centric label esteems the most: Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Fielding and Jerry Goldsmith.
Coming September 19 are: Beneath the 12-Mile Reef (1953), starring Robert Wagner, Terry Moore and Gilbert Roland, directed by Robert D. Webb, score by Bernard Herrmann; Gun Fury 3D/2D (1953), starring Rock Hudson, Donna Reed and Phil Carey, directed by Raoul Walsh, score by Mischa Bakaleinikoff; Hour of the Gun (1967), starring James Garner, Jason Robards and Robert Ryan, directed by John Sturges, score by Jerry Goldsmith; Lawman (1971), starring Burt Lancaster, Robert Ryan and Lee J. Cobb, directed by Michael Winner, score by Jerry Fielding; and September (1987), starring Denholm Elliott, Mia Farrow, Elaine Stritch, Jack Warden, Sam Waterston and Dianne Wiest, directed by Woody Allen. Details of each release will follow in August.