Blu-ray Disc Features:
- Video: Color
- Released: July 26, 2010
- Originally Released: 1963
- Encoding: Region [unknown]
Performers, Cast and Crew:
USA Today - 08/04/1995
"...Jon Else's Oscar-nominated and remarkably coolheaded documentary about the Los Alamos atomic bomb project packs an incredible amount of material into 90 minutes..."
Uncut - 09/01/2010
4 star out of 5 -- "All pin-sharp black and white and unsettling undercurrents, Francis keeps it tight, tense, and in Hitchcock's shadow."
Sight and Sound - 09/01/2010
"The young Oliver Reed's fantastically louche delivery is the main reason for watching this relatively early directorial effort from cinematographer Freddie Francis..."
A woman on the verge of suicide is saved by a man who claims to be her long lost brother, but the family suspects he is after her fortune.
Just as the massive family fortune is about to be distributed among the Ashby children, a mysterious man appears, claiming to be Tony, their long-lost and supposedly dead brother. Before "Tony" turned up, the other brother, Simon, had been hoping to obtain the entire inheritance by convincing his older sister Eleanor that she was mad and getting her institutionalized. But "Tony's" arrival changes all, and Eleanor, always depressed over his brother's death, fully recovers. However, when "Tony" is revealed as an imposter, the story of a long-ago murder finally comes to light -- putting Eleanor in jeopardy once again....
- Copyright 1962 Universal Pictures Company, Inc. Renewed 1990 by Universal City Studios, Inc.