Shout! Factory To Re-Issue Classic Crime Thriller Next Month

Courtesy:  Shout! Factory/Universal Pictures

Courtesy: Shout! Factory/Universal Pictures

Shout! Factory is set to release another cinema classic this spring.

Shout! Factory will re-issue Universal Studio’s classic 1965 thriller I Saw What You Did May 17th.  The movie, which stars Joan Crawford in a rare supporting role, will be available in stores and online exclusively on Blu-ray.  It comes just as the countdown to summer vacation starts and the weather really starts to warm up, giving audiences one more way to beat the heat.  The movie’s script follows a pair of teenagers that get themselves in quite a bit of trouble when their habit of making prank phone calls backfires on them.  The pair—Libby Mannering (Andi Garrett – The Wild Wild West) and Kit Austin (Sara Lane – The Virginian¸The Trial of Billy Jack, Billy Jack Goes To Washington) likes to call people, telling them, “I saw what you did, and I know who you are.”  To the pair, it’s all fun and games.  But when they call Steve Marek (John Ireland – Red River, All The King’s Men, Spartacus) things turn very bad for the teens.  That is because it turns out that Marek had just killed his wife.  And he is not about to let it be known that he did.  What happens as a result will keep audiences on the edge of their seats.  William Castle (House on Haunted Hill, The Tingler, 13 Ghosts) helmed the project.

I Saw What You Did will be released in stores and online on Tuesday, May 17th.  It will retail for MSRP of $29.99 but can be pre-ordered now at a discounted price of $24.99 via Shout! Factory’s online store at  More information on this and other titles from Shout! Factory is available online now at:






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