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On Dangerous Ground [Blu-ray]

Blu-Ray (UPC: 888574441098)
  • Drama (Aspect: 4 X 3 FULL FRAME, ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO - 1.37:1)
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Rating:
Starring:
Ida Lupino, Robert Ryan, Ward Bond, Charles Kemper, Anthony Ross, Ed Begley, Ian Wolfe, Sumner Williams, Gus Schilling, Frank Ferguson, Cleo Moore, Olive Carey, Richard Irving, Patricia Prest

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Synopsis
“Why do you make me do it?” New York cop Jim Wilson asks the hoodlum he’s about to smash senseless. Jim has seen it all on the city’s shadowy streets: killers, thugs, pimps, sadists. And the experience has cost him his soul. Ironically, his redemption may come in his next case, a brutal murder that brings him into the open sky and white light of the countryside…and into the arms of a beautiful blind woman. Directed with intensity by Nicholas Ray (Rebel Without a Cause, They Live by Night) and featuring a haunting score by Bernard Herrmann (Psycho), On Dangerous Ground is a taut, rapid-paced manhunt with two fine stars at its tortured heart. Noir master Robert Ryan captures Jim’s agonized self-hatred. And Ida Lupino burnishes the screen as the sightless angel whose compassion gives him one last chance at life.
Specifications

  • UPC: 888574441098
  • Release Date: 1951
  • Content Provider: Warner
  • Runtime: 82:00
  • Genre: Drama;Film-Noir;Crime
  • Language: English
  • Format: BR
  • Screen:
  • Aspect: 4 X 3 FULL FRAME, ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO - 1.37:1
  • Rating: NR
  • Audio: DTS HD-Master Audio 2.0 - English
  • Color/BW: B/W
  • Special Features:
  • Copyright: Tom, Dick and Harry © 1941 RKO Pictures, Inc. Package Design © 2009 Turner Entertainment Co. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Disc Format: BD-50

Cast and Crew

Starring:
Ida Lupino
Robert Ryan
Ward Bond
Charles Kemper
Anthony Ross
Ed Begley
Ian Wolfe
Sumner Williams
Gus Schilling
Frank Ferguson
Cleo Moore
Olive Carey
Richard Irving
Patricia Prest

Written by:

Directed by:
Nicholas Ray

Produced by:
Sid Rogell
John Houseman