WARNER ARCHIVE: Lang's While the City Sleeps & Reasonable Doubt on Blu and More in March Wave

Warner's March Archive wave is jam-packed with a good mix of re-issues, new-to-DVD and new-to-Blu titles including Fritz Lang's While the City Sleeps and Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (both 1956 and both releasing on March 13th). Also new in hi-def is 1957's The Black Scorpion which streets on the 20th.

New-to-DVD are two crime-drama's starring Faye Emerson which arrive on March 6th: Murder in the Big House (1942) co-starring Van Johnson in his first leading role and Danger Signal (1945) co-starring Zachary Scott in which Warner's liner notes boasts has "One of the greatest opening scenes in all of film noir...".

Back in print with various street dates are:

  • Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1932) - The "fully restored" Stevenson horror classic stars Fredric March and Miriam Hopkins
  • The Original Nancy Drew Movie Mystery - A fun little collection of four Nancy Drew B's starring Bonita Granville as Nancy and co-starring Frankie Thomas and John Litel
  • Possessed (1947) - Joan Crawford's "tour-de-force performance" co-starring Van Heflin
  • The Three Musketeers (1948) - Brilliant color with a stellar cast including Lana Turner, Gene Kelly, June Allyson, Van Heflin, Angela Lansbury, Frank Morgan and Vincent Price
  • The Women (1939) - A true all-star cast in this top-notch classic including Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, Paulette Goddard and Rosalind Russell among others