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Martin Scorsese Presents, Val Lewton: The Man In The Shadows

Martin Scorsese Presents, Val Lewton: The Man In The Shadows(2007)

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TCM's original documentary looks at the imaginative producer who fashioned a lasting body of beautiful and unsettling films on meager budgets.

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  • Val Lewton: The Man In The Shadows

    J Darren 2010-02-19

    A thorough look at this artist's work. It is well balanced in describing the obstacles and triumphs when creating film both on and off the set. To... MORE>

  • GREAT, BUT...

    realbeerman 2008-01-15

    Yes, it is a great documentary about Lewton and the RKO team that made poetry on minuscule budgets, but much of the information has already been presented... MORE>

  • WOW! Thanks Martin! Thanks TCM!

    Valerie 2008-01-15

    Absolutely loved it! A great tribute to a quiet man. What an amazing, talented, mind! A must-see for young filmmakers, historians and buffs. Martin... MORE>