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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

I Walk Alone (1948) DVD-R

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Starring Burt Lancaster, Lizabeth Scott, Kirk Douglas, Wendell Corey, Kristine Miller

Directed by Byron Haskin



Print: black/white

Runtime: 97 min.

Genre: film-noir

Print Quality: B



Frankie Madison returns to New York after 14 years in prison. Noll Turner, Frankie's former

partner in bootlegging, is now a wealthy nightclub manager, and Frankie is expecting him to

honor a verbal '50:50' agreement they made when he was caught and Noll got away. Fat

chance! Can Frankie, who knows only the strong-arm methods of Prohibition, win out

against Big Business? It'll be tough...even with the unlikely alliance of torch singer Kay

(Noll's ex-girlfriend).

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Starring Burt Lancaster, Lizabeth Scott, Kirk Douglas, Wendell Corey, Kristine Miller
Directed by Byron Haskin

Print: black/white
Runtime: 97 min.
Genre: film-noir
Print Quality: B

Frankie Madison returns to New York after 14 years in prison. Noll Turner, Frankie's former
partner in bootlegging, is now a wealthy nightclub manager, and Frankie is expecting him to
honor a verbal '50:50' agreement they made when he was caught and Noll got away. Fat
chance! Can Frankie, who knows only the strong-arm methods of Prohibition, win out
against Big Business? It'll be tough...even with the unlikely alliance of torch singer Kay
(Noll's ex-girlfriend).

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