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Format: Blu-Ray
Label: POWERHOUSE FILMS
Rel. Date: 07/23/2021
UPC: 5060697921670

Damned / (Uk)
Artist: Damned
Format: Blu-Ray

DISC: 1

1. 2K Restoration
2. Original Mono Audio
3. Alternative Presentations of the Complete 96-Minute Version, Playable As Either the Damned or These Are the Damned
4. Audio Commentary with Film Historians Kat Ellinger and Samm Deighan
5. On the Brink: Inside 'The Damned' (2019, 27 Mins): Documentary, Featuring Alan Barnes, Kevin Lyons, Nick Riddle and Jonathan Rig
6. Hammer's Women: Viveca Lindfors (2019,15 Mins): Profile of the Renowned Actor By Film Historian Lindsay Hallam
7. Looking in the Right Place (2019,10 Mins): Actor Shirley Anne Field Recalls Working with Oliver Reed and Joseph Losey
8. Children of 'The Damned' (2019, 24 Mins): Former Child Actors David Palmer, Kit Williams and Christopher Witty Discuss Their Exp
9. Something Out of Nothing (2019,7 Mins): Screenwriter Evan Jones Reflects on This First Feature-Film Credit
10. Smoke Screen (2019,12 Mins): Interview with Camera Operator Anthony Heller
11. Beneath the Surface (2019, 26 Mins): Interview with Filmmaker Gavrik Losey, Son of Director Joseph Losey
12. Beyond Black Leather (2019,15 Mins): Academic I Q Hunter Discusses the Damned
13. No Future (2019,26 Mins): Appreciation By Author and Film Historian Neil Sinyard
14. The Lonely Shore (2019, 21 Mins): Appreciation of James Bernard's Score By David Huckvale, Author of James Bernard, Composer to
15. Isolated Music ; Effects Track
16. Original Us Theatrical Trailer
17. Joe Dante Trailer Commentary (2013,4 Mins): Short Critical Appreciation
18. Image Gallery: Promotional and Publicity Materials
19. New and Improved Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing

More Info:

Having been exiled from Hollywood in the 1950s, American filmmaker Joseph Losey settled in Britain, where he made a series of remarkable and highly individual works. A film about the horrors of the nuclear age, and the irresponsible science which spawned it, The Damned is one of Losey's - and Hammer's - most idiosyncratic films, and one which has grown in reputation through the years. All region