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A timeless Western from director Anthony Mann (Winchester '73, The Far Country), The Tin Star showcases the director's ingenuity within the genre, taking it to new heights that elevate and surpass the conventional hero-villain dynamic.
When veteran bounty hunter Morg Hickman (Henry Fonda, My Darling Clementine) rolls into town, he finds the population paralyzed by fear. The local sheriff has been killed, leaving the inexperienced Ben Owens (Anthony Perkins, Psycho) to fill the void with the hope of securing a permanent position. Morg discovers that the newly appointed young sheriff is having difficulty facing the provocations of a notorious bully, Bart Bogardus (Neville Brand, Riot in Cell Block 11). Morg, a former sheriff, takes it upon himself to teach Owens how to assert himself and maintain order.
Featuring memorable performances by its all-star cast and a stunning score by composer Elmer Bernstein, The Tin Star is a gripping tale that delves into the evolving dynamic between two contrasting characters as they navigate the harsh realities of the Old West.
LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS
- High Definition (1080p) Blu-ray presentation
- Original lossless mono audio, and optional 2.0 stereo and 5.1 surround audio
- Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing on all films
- Brand new audio commentary by film historian Toby Roan
- Apprenticing a Master - a brand new appreciation of the film by author and critic Neil Sinyard
- Beyond the Score - a brand new interview with Peter Bernstein, son of Elmer Bernstein, on his father's timeless musical mastery
- Original theatrical trailer
- Image gallery
- Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Sam Hadley
- Double-sided fold-out poster featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Sam Hadley
- Six postcard-sized reproduction artcards
- Illustrated collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film by Barry Forshaw, and original press notes