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1. High Definition Remaster
2. Original Mono Audio
3. The John Player Lecture with Alberto Cavalcanti (1970): Archival Audio Recording of the Celebrated Director in Conversation at L
4. Neil Sinyard on 'They Made Me a Fugitive' (2019): New Appreciation By the Author and Film Historian
5. Squaring the Circle (1941): Dramatised Royal Air Force Training Film, Starring Trevor Howard in His Earliest Known Film Role
6. The Aircraft Rocket (1944): Extract from a Multi-Part Raf Technical Film, Featuring Howard
7. Image Gallery: Promotional and Publicity Material
8. New and Improved English Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing
9. Limited Edition Exclusive Booklet with a New Essay By Nathalie Morris, An Overview of Contemporary Critical Responses, and Film
10. UK Premiere on Blu-ray
11. Limited Edition of 3,000 Copies

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Directed by Alberto Cavalcanti (Went the Day Well?, Dead of Night), They Made Me a Fugitive is a prime example of British film noir. Trevor Howard (Who?, The Missionary) plays Clem Morgan, an RAF officer during the war, now unemployed since demobilisation. Turning to the black market, he finds himself embroiled in a life of crime that will lead to prison, a daring escape, and a deadly manhunt. Boasting striking cinematography by Otto Heller, whose later credits would include Michael Powell's Peeping Tom and classic Cold War thriller The Ipcress File, this UK Blu-ray premiere of They Made Me a Fugitive is accompanied by two rare short films, made during Howard's own time in the RAF during WWII, featuring his earliest known on-screen appearances. Region Free