How the West Was Won is an epic Western that follows the Prescott family bloodline during a 50-year period stretching 1839-1889. Spencer Tracy narrates the Oscar-winning film through its five main segments and an impressive epilogue showing the transformation of the West into the early 1960s. In particular, we see the Hoover Dam, the Four Level Interchange in Downtown Los Angeles, and the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. It’s kind of like the ending…"How the West Was Won: An Epic Western at 60 Years"
Last Train from Gun Hill, a classic Western from John Sturges, makes its arrival on Blu-ray by way of the Paramount Presents line. Sturges is one of the greatest filmmakers in the genre. While this isn’t his best film, it’s certainly not bad for the era in which it was released. A few aggravations about the plot notwithstanding, of course. The Western, presented in VistaVision and shot in Technicolor, becomes the 18th title to join…"Last Train from Gun Hill Arrives On Blu-ray"
Thanks to the new Paramount Presents line of films being remastered on Blu-ray, 1958 classic King Creole comes to Blu-ray for the first time. It isn’t only that the film is presented here on Blu-ray for the first time but it’s been remastered from a 4K film transfer. With a vast library of titles to choose from, the Michael Curtiz film was among the first three to get issued–joining both To Catch a Thief and…"King Creole: Paramount Presents A Blu-ray"