Also new this month by David Miller: the starry 1963 WWII medical drama ‘Captain Newman, M.D.’ (Blu-ray, KL Studio Classics, Not Rated).
A BEAUTIFUL FRIENDSHIP Burt Lancaster was an early and very successful example of a postwar Hollywood star taking control of his career as the studio system declined.
Newly released, ‘Three Films by Luis Bunuel’ (Blu-ray, Criterion Collection, PG, R) boasts new high-definition digital restorations on these final triumphs.
‘Charm’ was Oscar nominated as Best Foreign Language Film and for Bunuel for its adapted screenplay.
Broadway veteran Patrick Wilson (‘The Conjuring 2,’ ‘Aquaman’) is the miserably unhappy Hollywood limo driver known, naturally enough, as Stretch.