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20th Century Fox Film Noir

20th Century Fox Film Noir refers to a collection of films released on DVD by 20th Century Fox. The series, a spinoff of the earlier Fox Studio Classics line, was premiered in March 2005, with the release of the inaugural titles Call Northside 777, Laura and Panic in the Streets. Like the earlier Studio Classics line, Fox Film Noir DVDs are numbered on their spines.

DVDs in the series

Film title Original release year Spine number
Black Widow 1954 22
Boomerang 1947 16
Call Northside 777 1948 02
Daisy Kenyon 1947 23
Dangerous Crossing 1953 24
The Dark Corner 1946 10
Fallen Angel 1945 14
Fourteen Hours 1951 21
House of Bamboo 1955 04
House of Strangers 1949 17
The House on 92nd Street 1945 07
The House on Telegraph Hill 1951 15
I Wake Up Screaming 1941 18
Kiss of Death 1947 11
Laura 1944 01
Moontide 1942
Nightmare Alley 1947 06
No Way Out 1950 13
Panic in the Streets 1950 03
Road House 1948
Shock 1946 20
Somewhere in the Night 1946 08
The Street with No Name 1948 05
Vicki 1953 19
Where the Sidewalk Ends 1950 12
Whirlpool 1949 09

Boomerang was recalled shortly before its release, although a small number of copies had already made their way onto store shelves. A re-release has been announced for September 2008.

Black Widow, Call Northside 777, Dangerous Crossing and Laura had been reissued and repackaged in Fox's Classic Quad series.

Fox Noirs released by Criterion

Currently, three film noir titles released by 20th Century Fox are available on DVD, but are not released by Fox as part of the Film Noir series. Instead, they are selections in The Criterion Collection DVD line. The films are Night and the City, Pickup on South Street and Thieves' Highway.

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