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Special Features: Isolated Score Track / Original Theatrical Trailer
Limited Edition of 3,000 Units
"Close to stately in its manner-spacious, leisurely, and with elaborate period recreations... Offers excitement that makes you feel good; Walter Hill respects the loner myth...On its own pulp terms, Hard Times is a triumph." -Pauline Kael, The New Yorker
"A powerful, brutal film containing a definitive Charles Bronson performance...Hard Times is a tough, bitter, evocative document." -Roger Ebert, The Chicago Sun-Times
Writer-director Walter Hill's debut film, Hard Times (1975), stars the legendary Charles Bronson as a laconic street fighter who joins forces in Depression-era New Orleans with a fast-talking promoter (James Coburn) and a drug-addicted cut man (Strother Martin) to make some hard-earned cash in the illegal fight game. With its clean narrative, detailed period setting, superb cinematography by Philip Lathrop, and striking action sequences (elegantly edited by future director Roger Spottiswoode), Hard Times is an exhilarating jump-start for one of the 1970s' most influential filmmakers.
Enjoy the extensive Julie Kirgo liner notes and film art packaged with the Blu-ray disc.
Top 10 movie fir fight scenes ! Although chuck don't talk much , it's one of his best movies !Published 8 days ago by john tice
Walter Hill's best movie. Brilliant casting, perfect pace, south Louisiana and New Orleans scenery... Read morePublished 8 days ago by GCG3
Bought this for my dad. Impossible to find in a store, bought at a great price. My dad loves it.Published 8 days ago by Katzzz
Charles Bronson flicks alway met expectations and this one is a classic. James Coburn and Jill Ireland were great, too!Published 10 days ago by John96825
Great old flick. Charles Bronson, James Coburn AN\D Strother Martin in a great role.Published 14 days ago by Paul Farmer
This was a great movie even if you're not a Bronson fan. With James Coburn and Strother Martin, this film was classic. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Paul1948