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Killers, The: Double-Disc Set (Disc 2 of 2) (Criterion) (1964)

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Starring: Claude Akins Hall Brock John Cassavetes Virginia Christine John Copage
Director: Robert Siodmak
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Length: 196 mins
Release Date: 2003-01-28
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Two Radically Different Films Inspired By One Classic Story

The Killers (1946)
Directed by Robert Siodmak
The Killers uses Ernest Hemingway's classic short story as a jumping-off point for an intense, hard-edged, and stylish tale of robbery, unrequited love, double-crosses, and brutal betrayal.Built around eleven flashbacks and boasting one of the greatest opening sequences in cinema history, The Killers may be the definitive film noir - a masterpiece of amoral expressionism.

The Killers (1964)
Directed by Don Siegel
Two hired killers muscle their way into a school for the blind and terrorize the secretary until she reveals the whereabouts of racecar driver Johnny North.Director Don Siegel deviates radically from the Ernest Hemingway short story and the 1946 film, fashioning a tale of amorality and white-knuckled suspense uniquely his own.



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