The Maltese Falcon 4K Ultra HD, the huge black thriller takes on colors

Third cinematographic version of the writings of Dashiell Hammett, The Maltese Falcon by John Huston is the first true noir thriller. Its release in 4K Ultra HD should naturally pay homage to the foundations of this typical universe and its unforgettable B&W.

To celebrate Warner's 100th anniversary in April, the studio is releasing some of its great classics in 4K Ultra HD for the first time. In addition to The Fury of Life and Luke the Cold Hand on April 5, there is also The Maltese Falcon shot in 1941.

Femmes fatales and dark detectives

The story, that of Sam Spade, a private detective who embarks on the trail of the murderer of his sidekick, is supported by wonderful actors, starting with Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, Peter Lorre and Elisha Cook Jr. .

An unmissable rendezvous with femme fatales and dark detectives, all remastered and packaged in a beautiful 4K Ultra HD (HDR10) Steelbook. The film will be presented in VO DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 with French subtitles.

As a bonus:

• Commentary by Bogart's biographer, Eric Lax• The Maltese Falcon: a marvelous bird• Bloopers: Breakdowns of 1941• Make-up tests• Documentary: Humphrey Bogart's trailers• An evening Warner at the cinema (1941): News• Musical comedy: The Gay Parisian

• Two cartoons• Film trailers: Sergeant York (1941) and Satan Meets a Lady (1936), a film adaptation of the Maltese Falcon • Audio bonus: three adaptations in the form of radio broadcasts: two with the original stars of the film and another with Edward G. Robinson. Indicative price: €29.99