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Item Description
We sell unreleased film noir and crime DVDs with full case
artwork. For a specific title, just ask.
The movie:
Adapted from Raymond Chandler's novel The High
Window, The Brasher Doubloon features George Montgomery as
detective Philip Marlowe, who once again takes what appears to be a
simple case that turns out to be anything but. Hired to find
the famous gold coin, Marlowe soon finds himself up to his neck in
robbery, blackmail, and murder, with little or no help from his
client's mentally unstable secretary Nancy Guild. The Brasher
Doubloon was directed by John Brahm (The Lodger, Hangover Square)
and photographed by Lloyd Ahern (Cry of the City).

The product:
You will receive a Region 1 DVD R (Taiyo Yuden Premium) of
the listed title with complete artwork (front cover as shown) in a
conventional DVD case.
The print:
Movies like the one listed here, transferred to DVD from one
of any number of sources, will not offer the picture and sound
quality of a typical "new release." They are fifty to sixty
years old and some have weathered the passage of time better than
others. "Grading" is a highly subjective matter and each of
us has his own criteria, but if your expectations are reasonable,
you will not be disappointed. Having said all that, please
know that every effort will be made to ensure your ultimate
The details:
In reference to intellectual property issues, we believe that
the titles listed here are in the public domain; none has been
released on DVD in North America and none was produced after 1958,
making their original copyrights more than fifty years
old. Of course, if any title is found to be currently under
copyright, it will be immediately removed.
The postage:
Rates charged for postage are the actual costs with Canada
Post. To the U.S.: one DVD, $2.50.; two, $4.; four, $9.25. To
Canada: one DVD, $2.50.; two, $2.75; four, $6. - $10. depending on the
province. To the U.K.: one DVD, $4.50.; two, $8.; four, $15. Rates are
reduced accordingly for multiple purchases. In all cases, nothing
added for handling, packaging, materials, etc. For rates
outside North America, please ask.
The deal:
Payments are accepted through Paypal.