Western film fans this August Eureka Entertainment have a treat for you when they are set to release Man Without A Star. The King Vidor’s classic action-packed Western starring Kirk Douglas, Jeanne Crain and Claire Trevor. Coming to Blu-ray for the first time in the UK in August as a part of The Masters of Cinema Series.
Kirk Douglas stars in Man Without a Star, an exciting King Vidor (Duel in the Sun) Western about a wandering cowboy who becomes embroiled in a bloody dispute between rival ranchers.
Train-hopping his way to Wyoming, nomadic cowboy Dempsey Rae (Douglas) saves the life of young Jeff Jimson (William Campbell; Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte). Taking Jeff on as his protégé, Dempsey teaches him the life of a cowhand; how to ride a horse, rope and herd cattle, and how to shoot… Despite the land they work on being open range, Dempsey is horrified to find the local ranchers are resorting to the usage of barbed wire and refuses to work for anyone who uses it. But when an unscrupulous ranch owner (Jeanne Crain, Pinky) hires a brutal group of killers to push the other ranchers off the land, Dempsey is the only one who can help them fight back.
Eureka Entertainment have released a Trailer to promote the upcoming release
“features the wonderful Kirk Douglas in an all-grinning, all-snarling portrayal, the kind of role he was born to play ★★★★” – Radio Times
BLU-RAY EDITION SPECIAL FEATURES
1080p presentation on Blu-ray | Uncompressed original mono audio | Optional English SDH | Brand new audio commentary with writers Barry Forshaw and Kim Newman | Brand new interview with film scholar Neil Sinyard | Trailer |PLUS: A collector’s booklet featuring a new essay on the film by film writer Rich Johnson, and a new piece by critic Richard Combs about the Western films of King Vidor
USA | 1955 |PG | WESTERN | 89 MINUTES | COLOUR | 2:1 OAR | ENGLISH
You can pre-order/Buy this release at Eureka Store
Man Without A Star will be released on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK as part of The Masters of Cinema Series on 15th August.