SummaryA rage in Harlem (1991, 108 min.): When Imabelle hits Harlem with a trunkload of stolen gold, she's on the run and looking for a place to hide.
Malevolent (2002, 95 min.): A maverick cop under routine investigation for a job-related shooting finds himself being set up as the prime suspect in a killing spree.
The glass shield (1994, 110 min.): An ambitious rookie cop and his station's only female deputy realize that an innocent man has been jailed for a shocking murder.
In too deep (1999, 97 min.): A dedicated young cop goes undercover to take down a ruthless gangster.
License to kill (1984, 96 min.): A grieving family whose teenage daughter was killed by a drunk driver and their young lawyer struggle to overcome the opposing counsel's devious tactics.
Cry, the beloved country (1995, 106 min.): In a land torn by hatred and injustice, two fathers form an unlikely union that could heal a nation.
Contents[Disc 1.] A rage in Harlem
The glass shield
In too deep
[disc 2.] License to kill
Cry, the beloved country.
|Publisher|| Echo Bridge Home Entertainment,2012
|Other Titles|| Cry, the beloved country (Motion picture : 1995)
Rage in Harlem.
In too deep.
License to kill.
Phillips, Lou Diamond, 1962-
Burnett, Charles, 1944-
Anderson, Richard, 1926-2017
Boatman, Michael, 1964-
Rymer, Michael, 1963-
LL Cool J, 1968-
Taylor, Jud, 1932-2008
Farentino, James, 1938-2012.
Murray, Don, 1929-
Washington, Denzel, 1954-
Jones, James Earl.
Harris, Richard, 1930-2002.
Echo Bridge Home Entertainment.
A rage in Harlem: Forest Whitaker, Gregory Hines, Robin Givens.
Malevolent: Lou Diamond Phillips, Kari Wuhrer.
The glass shield: Richard Anderson, Michael Boatman.
In too deep: Omar Epps, LL Cool J.
License to kill: James Farentino, Don Murray, Denzel Washington.
Cry, the beloved country: James Earl Jones, Richard Harris.
A rage in Harlem: directed by Bill Duke.
Malevolent: directed by John Terlesky.
The glass shield: directed by Charles Burnett.
In too deep: directed by Michael Rymer.
License to kill: directed by Jud Taylor.
Cry, the beloved country: directed by Darrell James Roodt.
2 videodiscs (612 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.