The cafes and artists' studios of bohemian Chelsea provide the setting for this tightly plotted early-fifties Brit Noir thriller. Starring B-movie favourite Hy Hazell, noted character actor John Bailey and Ballard Berkely – Fawlty Towers' much-loved Major Gowen – in the type of detective role for which he was best known during his earlier career, The Night Won't Talk is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its original theatrical aspect ratio. London's riverside 'village' awakens to the news that a murder has been committed. The victim, discovered strangled in bed, is Stella Smith, a beautiful young artist's model. Stella, however, was a girl with many enemies – a deceiver of men who was ruthless in the pursuit of money and her career. While there are many who may have had the motive to kill her, the suspicions of Scotland Yard's Inspector West are soon narrowed down to just three people...
TheSims 4 Get Famous is the sixth expansion pack for the life-simulation video game, TheSims4. It was developed by Maxis and released by Electronic Arts in 2018. The expansion adds new celebrity-related features, with the most notable being the Reputation and Fame systems. It also introduces new career options, skills, aspirations, NPCs, objects, and even a hip-hop radio station.Become a Famous ActorThe expansion pack introduces a new type of career. From now on your Sim can become an actor. If you want him to be successful and to get famous, you will need to sign your Sim up for one of the available agencies and prepare him for the upcoming auditions.Help him practice his lines, take care of his hairstyle and costume, and then head to the main stage. Work hard to unlock new career opportunities, and maybe one day your Sim will become the next Clint Eastwood.Additionally, teens may now also enroll in the new afterschool activity, a drama club, which allows them to perform locally and to effectively practice their acting skills.Earn Fame and ReputationThe Sims 4: Get Famous lets your Sims earn Fame and Reputation which unlocks new types of interactions and quirks. Your Sim will start with a neutral Reputation. It can be changed by performing certain actions in front of others. Reputation can be either good or bad, and depending on the actions your Sim takes, at one point he will be able to either host charities or lampoon parties.Fame, on the other hand, allows your Sim to gain fame ranks. Gaining fame requires your Sim to interact with others, sell or publish his works, complete gigs in the Actor career, or use scientific inventions. Each fame rank awards your Sim with additional fame points which can be spent on the fame perks. There is 21 perks total, but only 10 points to be gained, so you need to plan carefully which ones you choose.New fame-themed objectsThe Sims™ 4 Get Famous introduces several new objects to be acquired.Among the more interesting ones, it is worth to mention the wearable Celestial Crystal Crown. It can be loaded with crystals you can either find or buy. Each crystal provides a specific temporary bonus which will affect the Sim wearing the crown.The expansion pack also adds items that allow your Sim to start media production, namely the video and music stations, as well as the streaming drones. Start streaming videos and music to gain a substantial amount of fame or upload the recordings and make some simoleons on the side.GameplayThis expansion pack doesn’t introduce any significant changes to the core gameplay. Instead, it focuses on adding multiple celebrity-related items and features to make the game more interesting and diversified.
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A groundbreaking, high-calibre police drama, Wolcott was the first British production purposefully broadcast in the mini-series format – and also the first British police drama to feature a black actor in a leading role. Displaying the same rough, streetwise vibe as The Sweeney, Wolcott stars the charismatic George William Harris as a tough, loner detective with a gift for rubbing people up the wrong way. Winning massive viewing figures, its controversially unflinching depiction of racism and crime ensured that it has never been repeated or released in any format until now. With all four episodes now transferred from the original film elements, Wolcott includes early roles for Christopher Ellison, Hugh Quarshie, Warren Clarke and Rik Mayall – cast against type as a racist policeman. Fresh out of uniform, supremely confident and keen to make waves, Wolcott is a man in the middle, facing hostility both from the community he polices and his colleagues in the Force. His investigations into the fatal stabbing of an old woman soon uncover a brutal drug war being fought between rival criminal gangs... SPECIAL FEATURES: Clean titles (at end of episode four) Image gallery
This fast-paced thriller from the producer of Bullitt and The French Connection stars Roy Scheider (Jaws, Last Embrace) as tough New York City cop Buddy Manucci. Manucci leads 'The Seven-Ups', an elite squad of undercover detectives known for their ruthlessly efficient tactics and their record of putting away criminals for a minimum of seven years. But when the group's integrity is called into question after being linked with a mob-related kidnapping, it is up to Manucci to hunt the real culprits and restore the reputation of his squad. Extras/ Episodes: High Definition transfer Philip D'Antoni Introduction (2016) The Seven-Ups Connection (2016): new interview with director Philip D'Antoni A Tony Lo Bianco Type (2016): new interview with actor Tony Lo Bianco Real to Reel (2016): new interview with technical adviser Randy Jurgensen Cut to the Chase (2016): new documentary on the film's iconic car chase The Anatomy of a Chase (1973): vintage behind-the-scenes documentary Audio commentary with writer and film expert Richard Harland Smith Super 8 version (1973): original cut-down home cinema presentation Randy Jurgensen's Scrapbook Lobby cards and stills gallery Original theatrical teaser Original theatrical trailer
A groundbreaking, high-calibre police drama, Wolcott was the first British production purposefully broadcast in the mini-series format – and also the first British police drama to feature a black actor in a leading role. Displaying the same rough, streetwise vibe as The Sweeney, Wolcott stars the charismatic George William Harris as a tough, loner detective with a gift for rubbing people up the wrong way. Winning massive viewing figures, its controversially unflinching depiction of racism and crime ensured that it has never been repeated or released in any format until now. With all four episodes now transferred in High Definition from the original film elements, Wolcott includes early roles for Christopher Ellison, Hugh Quarshie, Warren Clarke and Rik Mayall – cast against type as a racist policeman. Fresh out of uniform, supremely confident and keen to make waves, Wolcott is a man in the middle, facing hostility both from the community he polices and his colleagues in the Force. His investigations into the fatal stabbing of an old woman soon uncover a brutal drug war being fought between rival criminal gangs... SPECIAL FEATURES: Clean titles (at end of episode four) Image gallery
After the massive success of The Street Fighter, the Toei Company decided to build a new karate series around a female lead, and cast a young actress who had appeared in a cameo role alongside her mentor Sonny Chiba. Still a teenager at the time, Etsuko Shihomi exploded onscreen in her first leading role and created a new character type: a tough fighter who was fierce, fearless, good-hearted, and decidedly non-sexualised, a departure from Toei’s typical formula. In 1974’s Sister Street Fighter, Shihomi is the half-Chinese, half-Japanese Li Koryu, who travels to Yokohama to investigate the disappearance of her brother, an undercover cop. Li discovers a smuggling ring run by a drug lord with his own personal army of deadly fighters, and must penetrate his evil lair with the help of a fellow karate master (played by Chiba). Shihomi and director Kazuhiko Yamaguchi (Wolf Guy) made two additional films based on the same character over the next year, Sister Street Fighter: Hanging By A Thread and Return Of The Sister Street Fighter, with a final unrelated follow-up (Sister Street Fighter: Fifth Level Fist) helmed by original Street Fighter director Shigehiro Ozawa appearing in 1976. Genre entertainment of the highest order, the Sister Street Fighter films are a wild ride through some of the best exploitation cinema Japan produced in the 1970s. Funky and over-the-top, filled with wall-to-wall action, and featuring some of the craziest villains ever depicted onscreen, the series embodies female power in a male-dominated genre and is a magnificent showcase for the physical presence and martial arts skills of its lead star. SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS: High Definition digital transfers of all four films High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentations Original uncompressed Japanese mono audio Original English dubbed audio for Sister Street Fighter New optional English subtitle translation for all four films English SDH subtitles for the English dub for Sister Street Fighter New video interviews with actor Shinichi “Sonny” Chiba, director Kazuhiko Yamaguchi, and screenwriter Masahiro Kakefuda Original Japanese theatrical trailers for all four films Original U.S. theatrical trailer for Sister Street Fighter, plus original English opening titles to the film Original German theatrical trailer for Sister Street Fighter, plus original German opening titles to the film Stills and poster gallery Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Kungfubob O’Brien FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated booklet featuring writing on the series by Patrick Macias and a new essay on the U.S. release of Toei’s karate films by Chris Poggiali
Liana moved to L.A. with one goal in mind, to become a Hollywood screenwriter. She had the script, now she just needed the motivation. But, try as she might, Liana lacked the daring and confidence needed to take that next step...that is until she met him. Jason Kobe is an up-and-coming, impossibly charismatic actor; sporting his bad boy attitude like a badge of pride. At first, Liana had no intention of going anywhere near him; not her type at all. But when he asked for help with his acting and she began to spend more and more time with him, she slowly started to realize that there was something about the thespian that she couldn't' resist. She knows that he is just using her and every instinct she has tells her to run...but sometimes the heart wants what it wants and Liana's heart wants one thing, Jason Kobe, the bad-boy actor from L.A. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Julie Campbell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/083148/bk_acx0_083148_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Philadelphia police sergeant Nouman H. Shubbar and actor Philip Baker Hall on this edition of Fresh Air. From May of this year until September, Nouman H. Shubbar was in Iraq helping with the reconstruction of the Iraqi police, forming a special enforcement and investigations team, developing informants and arresting individuals on the coalition forces "wanted" list (those whose faces showed up on the most wanted deck of cards). Shubbar was born and raised in Baghdad and fled the country in 1981. Actor Philip Baker Hall is starring in the new film Die Mommie Die! directed by Mark Rucker and written by Charles Busch, who also stars in the film. The film blends melodrama, mystery and comedy. Hall has also worked on director Paul Thomas Anderson's films Hard Eight, Boogie Nights and Magnolia. He also played a "Joe Friday" type cop on the trail of overdue library books in an episode of Seinfeld. (Broadcast Date: November 6, 2003) 1. Language: English. Narrator: Terry Gross. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/whyy/031106/rt_whyy_031106_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.