To motivate those who may be thinking they can get by with the current "state of the art" vis-a-vis LARCENY, here's a look at the print available at the moment on You Tube:
About 45 seconds of viewing the above should strongly motivate you to follow Carl's suggestion and plunk down your dough.
As for Eddie/Eddy: it's the stuff that dreams are made of. :-) Perhaps the two of them will face off in "dueling" commentaries sometime. (It should be noted that "our" Eddie provides a commentary for ALIAS NICK BEAL, which--as Carl notes--is also getting released on Bastille Day.)
The final film in Kino's July noir trifecta, THE WEB, features a commentary by one of the writers I was fortunate enough to discover in 2013 and add to the NOIR CITY e-zine roster: Jason Ney (pronounced "Nye"). I'll be especially interested to hear Jason's effort, which is the first of several that he's doing.
For a fourth title that would get you over the $50 free shipping threshold, the cheap away is to buy the LISBON blu-ray ($7.99), which gets you a rare and pretty good later Ray Milland effort. But the best way IMO is to spend a little more to honor the Bastille Day release of the three noirs by adding a brilliant French noir into the mix: THE DAMNED aka LES MAUDITS (1947), directed by René Clément, which was one of the big hits at the very first FRENCH HAD A NAME FOR IT series in 2014. While LARCENY has Shelley Winters slamming on Bill Bowers' wisecracks, LES MAUDITS has claustrophobia to die for (set on a submarine)...and it has some nasty, desperate Nazis to boot.