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New Twilight Time DVD's with isolated score tracks
21-Feb-2016 -


Now in all its stunning visual grandeur on high-definition Blu-ray: director Robert Rossen’s vivid Cinemascope chronicle of history’s great conqueror, majestically played by Richard Burton.

Writer-director-producer Robert Rossen brings us the epic story of Alexander The Great (1956), starring Richard Burton as the eponymous hero, the greatest warrior-leader of the ancient world. Featuring an all-star cast that includes Claire Bloom, the immortal Fredric March, Danielle Darrieux, Michael Hordern, and Harry Andrews, this epic production is also highlighted by a spectacular score form the great Mario Nascimbene.



Celebrating its 60th anniversary with a long-awaited debut on sparkling hi-def Blu-ray: the magnificent drama that brought Ingrid Bergman back to Hollywood in Oscar®-winning glory.

The historical drama Anastasia (1956) tells the tale of a damaged amnesiac (Ingrid Bergman, an Oscar®-winner for her performance) who may or may not be the lost Romanoff princess, Anastasia. She becomes the accomplice (willing or not?) of a charming White Russian general (Yul Brynner) in a plot to swindle a boatload of money out of the grieving Dowager Empress Marie Feodorovna (Helen Hayes). At stake: not just money, but the putative Anastasia’s emotional sanity. Directed by Anatole Litvak, produced by Buddy Adler, and featuring a stunning score by Alfred Newman, available on this Twilight Time release as an isolated track.


 Leon Uris’s gripping best-seller about the birth of Israel thunders onto Blu-ray with the debut of director Otto Preminger and screenwriter Dalton Trumbo’s lavish all-star epic!

Based on the Leon Uris best-seller, Exodus (1960) is an epic tale about the late-1940s creation of the state of Israel. Passionately directed by Otto Preminger and adapted by Dalton Trumbo, the film features an all-star cast – Paul Newman, Eva Marie Saint, Ralph Richardson, Peter Lawford, Sal Mineo, Jill Haworth, Lee J. Cobb, David Opatoshu, and John Derek – in a sprawling and phenomenally moving narrative underscored by the Academy Award®-winning music of the great Ernest Gold, featuring the restored original six-track stereo sound.



Twilight Time shouts “Amen!” to the Blu-ray delivery of historic Best Actor
Academy Award® winner Sidney Poitier in the heartwarming all-time favorite.

Sidney Poitier stars in Lilies Of The Field (1963), in the role that made history when he won the first Academy Award (for Best Actor) bestowed upon an African American male. He plays an itinerant handyman who helps a group of immigrant nuns build a chapel, firmly cementing their belief that he’s been sent to them courtesy of the will of God. Produced and directed by Ralph Nelson, co-starring Lilia Skala, and featuring a lovely score by Jerry Goldsmith.



From a new Sony Pictures 4K restoration comes the Blu-ray debut of the sensational true story of one of England’s most notorious serial killers, chillingly played by Richard Attenborough.

10 Rillington Place (1971) is a true-life crime drama directed by Richard Fleischer (Violent Saturday) and starring Richard Attenborough, John Hurt, and Judy Geeson. Based on the case of British serial killer John Christie (Attenborough), the film also explores the miscarriage of justice against his damaged neighbor, Timothy Evans (Hurt). Featuring a score by John Dankworth, available on this Twilight Time release as an isolated track.

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