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The Definitive Humphrey Bogart DVD Anthology Debuts At Movies Unlimited

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Honored as the greatest male star in the history of American cinema by the American Film Institute, the late iconic Humphrey Bogart, whose birthday is today, is now similarly memorialized with the release of a definitive collection of his films from Turner Classic Movies.

The DVD anthology of five films, part of the Columbia Pictures Collection, contains the gritty crime thriller, Knock On Any Door; the post-WW II drama, Tokyo Joe; the espionage thriller, Sirocco; the film that served as a studio testing ground for his potential as a leading man, Love Affair; and the last movie he ever made, The Harder They Fall. And with a treasure trove of Bonus Features included with each film as follows:

Love Affair (1932): Ben Mankiewicz Introduction, Lobby Cards, Scene Stills, Movie Poster, Humphrey Bogart Biography.

Knock on Any Door (1949): Ben Mankiewicz Introduction, Behind the Scenes Photos, Publicity Stills, Scene Stills, Movie Posters.

Tokyo Joe (1949): Ben Mankiewicz Introduction, Behind the Scenes Photos, Lobby Cards, Publicity Stills, Scene Stills, Movie Posters.

Sirocco (1951): Ben Mankiewicz Introduction, Lobby Cards, Publicity Stills, Scene Stills, Movie Posters.

The Harder They Fall (1956): Ben Mankiewicz Introduction, Behind the Scenes Photos, Lobby Card Set, Publicity Stills, Scene Stills, Movie Posters.

Humphrey Bogart: The Columbia Pictures Collection, is available from Movies Unlimited, at MoviesUnlimited.com. Specializing in DVD and Blue-ray releases, Movies Unlimited also publishes the all-inclusive annual Movies Unlimited DVD Catalog.

Humphrey Bogart: The Columbia Pictures Collection is being released in conjunction with the Turner Classic Movies Vault Collections.

Prairie Miller is a NY multimedia journalist online, in print and on radio, and on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network's Arts Express. Read more reviews by Prairie Miller. Contact her through NewsBlaze.

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