Woman On The Run (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)

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A lost gem rediscovered! Thanks to the efforts of the Film Noir Foundation, this terrific 1950 film noir, the only American print of which was burned in a 2008 fire, has been rescued and restored to its original luster. Join the wild chase around San Francisco as a man goes into hiding after witnessing a gangland execution. Police bird-dog his wife Eleanor (Ann Sheridan), certain she’ll lead them to her husband, whose testimony against the killer could bring down a crime kingpin. But Eleanor and her hubbie are Splitsville—she never wants to see him again. When roguish newspaperman Danny Leggett (Dennis O’Keefe) charms Eleanor into helping him track down the hidden husband—there are unexpected, stunning, and poignant results. This nervy, shot-on-location thriller is a witty and wise look at the travails of romance and marriage, and perhaps the best cinematic depiction ever of mid-20th century San Francisco. Flicker Alley is honored to present this world-premiere Blu-ray/DVD dual-format edition of Woman on the Run, completely restored by the Film Noir Foundation in conjunction with UCLA Film & Television Archive, with special thanks to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Charitable Grant Trust and the British Film Institute. Together with Too Late for Tears this film marks the first collaboration between Flicker Alley and the Film Noir Foundation.

Starring: Ann Sheridan, Dennis O’Keefe

Directed By: Norman Foster

Written By: Alan Campbell, Norman Foster, Sylvia Tate

Score By: Arthur Lange, Emil Newman

Language: English

Video: 1080p High Definition / 1.33:1 / B&W

Audio: English Mono LPCM

Subtitles: English SDH

Theatrical Release: 1950

Runtime: 79 Minutes

Rating: NR (Not Rated)

Region Code: Region Free (A/B/C)

Special Features: Audio Commentary Track – By author, cinema historian, and “noirchaelogist” Eddie Muller. “Love is a Rollercoaster: Woman on the Run Revisited ” – Produced by Steven Smith and the Film Noir Foundation, this mini-doc offers a look into the making of the film, from script to noir classic, “A Wild Ride: Restoring Woman on the Run” – Produced by Steven Smith and the Film Noir Foundation, this stranger-than-fiction document of the film’s restoration is a thriller in itself. "Woman on the Run Locations Then and Now" - City Sleuth (aka Brian Hollins) leads a virtual tour around San Francisco hunting down the many locations used during the production of Woman on the Run.  “NOIR CITY” – A short documentary directed by Joe Talbot about the annual NOIR CITY film festival presented by the Film Noir Foundation at San Francisco’s historic Castro Theatre. 
24-Page Souvenir Booklet – Featuring rare photographs, poster art, original lobby cards, and an essay by the one and only Eddie Muller.

Genre: Mystery, Crime, Drama, Film Noir