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Special Features: Isolated Score Track / Audio Commentary with actor Darryl Hickman and critic Richard Schickel / Movietone News Footage / Original Theatrical Trailer
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"A 'film noir in color' (per Martin Scorsese) and a masterpiece of post-WW II American cinema...director John M. Stahl's gaze remains spare and precise, very Japanese in effect, like an acidic fusion of Ozu and Naruse." -The Time Out Film Guide
"[Technicolor] reached its astounding apogee in the lips of Gene Tierney, as red as a witch's apple. Each frame of her appears to be hand-tinted, as if she had ordered it." -Anthony Lane, The New Yorker
"A juicy entertainment...There are scenes to cherish." -Pauline Kael
Adapted from the Ben Ames Williams million-seller, Leave Her to Heaven (1945) was a blockbuster whose reputation has only grown with time. A juicy Technicolor melodrama with the shadowy heart of a film noir, it focuses on the alluring Ellen (the incomparable Gene Tierney), a femme fatale whose elegant exterior conceals depths of feverish jealousy which will drive her to the most heinous crimes. Although lushly photographed (by the great Leon Shamroy, whose work would win him a well-deserved Oscar), the film is directed with admirable austerity by veteran John M. Stahl, and features a potent score by Alfred Newman, available here as an isolated track.
Enjoy the extensive Julie Kirgo liner notes and film art packaged with the Blu-ray disc.
“Leave Her to Heaven” is a beautifully filmed, utterly preposterous studio concoction that re-teams “Laura” stars Gene Tierney and Vincent Price in a noirish potboiler about a... Read morePublished 18 days ago by B. Wells
Gene Tierney at her best and most demented. Seeing this movie on blu-ray is like having never seen this movie before. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jetsetter
VERY GOOD MOVIE OF THE 50'S. JUST WISH IT WOULD OF BEEN IN BLACK AND WHITE INSTEAD OF COLOR. THE FACES ON THE CHARACTERS LOOKED LIKE THAT PORCELAIN SKIN.Published 1 month ago by Patricia Swiger
Don't want to give it all away but...
Cornel Wilde is the slightly dense & stiff but stalwart hero...
The lovely Jeanne Craine is the girl he loves... Read more
"Leave Her To Heaven" is a classic must-see-on-blu-ray "color noir" movie for anybody who is into Drama/Thriller like Alfred Hitchcock movies of murder. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Angel