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Bullitt SE (Dir. Peter Yates, 1968): Special Edition (English - Dolby Digital (2.0) Stereo / 1.85:1 Widescreen / 1 hour and 49 minutes)
In one of his most memorable roles, Steve McQueen stars as Detective Frank Bullitt, a hard-driving, tough-as-nails San Francisco cop. Bullitt has just received what sounds like a routine assignment: keep a star witness out of sight and out of danger for 48 hours, then deliver him to the courtroom on Monday morning. But before the night is out, the witness will lie dying of shotgun wounds, and Bullitt, a no-glitter, all-guts cop, won't rest until he nabs the gunmen and the elusive underworld kingpin who hired them.
Famed for its Lalo Schifrin score and one of the greatest car chases in cinema, 'Bullitt' won the 1969 Oscar for Best Film Editing (Frank P. Keller).
The Getaway SE (Dir. Sam Peckinpah, 1972): Special Edition (English - Dolby Digital (1.0) Mono / 2.40:1 Widescreen / 1 hour and 58 minutes)
Master thief Doc McCoy knows his wife has been in bed with the local political boss in order to spring him from jail. What he can't know is the sinister succession of double-crosses that will sour the deal once he's on the oustisde - and executing the ultimate robbery.
Fasten your seat belts and join Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw in a supreme action thriller based on Jim Thomson's novel. Once the Getaway starts, there's no escaping its breathless intensity!
The Cincinatti Kid (Dir. Norman Jewison, 1965) (English - Dolby Digital (1.0) Mono / 1.85:1 Widescreen / 1 hour and 37 minutes)
McQueen is an up-and-coming poker player in New Orleans who takes on a long-time master of the game. Not only is there a small fortune at stake, but also the status of being the top player. But the game is compromised when the trusted dealer is blackmailed into fixing the outcome...
Tom Horn (Dir. William Wiard, 1980) (English - Dolby Digital (1.0) Mono / 2.40:1 Widescreen / 1 hour and 33 minutes)
Tom Horn (McQueen), a renowned former army scout, is hired by Wyoming cattle ranchers to put a stop to violence on the range. In the process, Tom finds himself accused of murder..
McQueen starred in and executive-produced what would be his penultimate movie, a gritty, exciting recreation of Horn's latter-day career in a turn-of-the-century West where gentler ways supplanted the law of the gun and Horn would be an unwitting victim of that change. Linda Evans and Richard Farnsworth head a strong cast in a film capturing the essence of a time when a man's word was only as good as his guns or fists. Shot on serenely beautiful Arizona locations, Tom Horn indelibly brings to life one of the West's truly unsung heroes.
Never So Few (Dir. John Sturges, 1959) (English - Dolby Digital (5.1) / 2.40:1 Widescreen)
Captain Tom Reynolds (Frank Sinatra) and his band of skilled O.S.S. operatives are in World War II Burma to train the Kachin natives in modern warfare. But jungle combat is more gruelling than Reynolds ever imagined, and after Chinese rebels cross the border to loot and murder American soldiers, Reynolds abandons all notions of 'military protocol' and seeks requital.
Steve McQueen (in his first major role) co-stars alongside Charles Bronson and Peter Lawford.