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Stalag 17 4K/UHD with slipcover

Stalag 17 4K/UHD with slipcover

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The legendary star and director of 1950’s Sunset Boulevard—William Holden and Billy Wilder—re-teamed three years later for the gripping World War II drama, Stalag 17. The result was a 1953 Best Director Oscar nomination for Wilder, and the elusive Best Actor Oscar for Holden. The iconic star of The Bridges at Toko-Ri and The Bridge on the River Kwai portrays the jaded, scheming Sergeant J.J. Sefton, a P.O.W. at the notorious German prison camp, who spends his days dreaming up rackets and trading with the Germans for special privileges. But when two prisoners are killed in an escape attempt, it becomes obvious that there is a spy among them. Is it Sefton? Famed filmmaker Otto Preminger (Rosebud) tackles a rare acting role as the camp’s commandant; Robert Strauss (The Seven Year Itch) earned the film’s third Oscar® nomination (Best Supporting Actor) for his role as “Animal.” Here’s “the granddaddy of all World War II P.O.W. films” (Leonard Maltin), a powerful antiwar classic from the brilliant creator of Five Graves to Cairo, A Foreign Affair, Sabrina, Some Like It Hot and The Apartment.

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    • DISC 1 (4KUHD):
      • Brand New HDR/Dolby Vision Master – From a 4K Scan of the 35mm Original Camera Negative
      • NEW Audio Commentary by Filmmaker/Historian Steve Mitchell and Combat Films: American Realism Author Steven Jay Rubin
      • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Joseph McBride, Author of Billy Wilder: Dancing on the Edge
      • Audio Commentary by Actors Richard Erdman and Gil Stratton with Co-Playwright Donald Bevan
      • Triple-Layered UHD100 Disc
      • Optional English Subtitles

      DISC 2 (BLU-RAY):

      • Brand New HD Master – From a 4K Scan of the 35mm Original Camera Negative
      • NEW Audio Commentary by Filmmaker/Historian Steve Mitchell and Combat Films: American Realism Author Steven Jay Rubin
      • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Joseph McBride, Author of Billy Wilder: Dancing on the Edge
      • Audio Commentary by Actors Richard Erdman and Gil Stratton with Co-Playwright Donald Bevan
      • Stalag 17 – From Reality to Screen: Featurette (22:01)
      • The Real Heroes of Stalag XVII B: Featurette (24:49)
      • Dual-Layered BD50 Disc
      • Optional English Subtitles
    • Year: 1953
    • Running Time: 120
    • Color Type: B&W
    • Aspect Ratio 1.37:1
    • Region: A
    • Country: U.S.
    • Language: English

Label: Kino Lorber

Actors:
Directed by Billy Wilder

Additional information

Weight 5 oz
Kino Lorber

4K/UHD, Blu Ray Disc

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