Don Widby, an Internet buddy, repaid a small favour from my side, with a gigantic favour from his side and kindly sent me on two box sets of Hammer Films Noirs. Those sets contain seven DVDs, each of them with two Hammer Film Noir movies that previously had been virtually impossible to get a hold off. So I now have a total of 14 rare early Hammer films to play around, 13 of which I had never seen before.
Don, thanks a million. I really can't thank you enough and owe you big time.
For the record, the 14 movies in these two packs are:
Gambler and the Lady
Wings of Danger
The Glass Tomb
Paid to Kill
The Black Glove
The Unholy Four
A Race for Life
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