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An Affair To Remember (1957/Color/119 minutes/Widescreen)
Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr give memorable performances as star-crossed lovers in this much-loved classic. Special features include a commentary track, a "Movietone News" newsclip on the premiere, a "Hollywood Backstories" episode on the making of the film, original trailer, still gallery, and trailers for other classic Fox films.
Leave Her To Heaven (1945/Color/110 minutes/Fullscreen)
A classic tale of love gone terribly wrong. Stars Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde, Jeanne Crain and Vincent Price. Special features include a commentary track, a still gallery, two "Movietone News" newsclips, a restoration comparison, the original trailer, and trailers for other classic Fox films.
A Letter To Three Wives (1949/B&W/103 minutes/Fullscreen)
Jeanne Crain, Ann Sothern and Linda Darnell star as three friends who spend a long day wondering which one of their husbands might have run off with an old flame. Kirk Douglas co-stars. Special features include a commentary track, an A&E Network "Biography" special on Linda Darnell, a "Movietone News" newsclip of the premiere, a restoration comparison, and the original trailer.
Peyton Place (1957/Color/156 minutes/Widescreen)
A small town is rocked by gossip and scandal in this Cinemascope classic. Stars Lana Turner, Lee Philips, Lloyd Nolan, Arthur Kennedy and Russ Tamblyn. Special features include a commentary track, a "Hollywood Backstories" episode on the making of the film, two "Movietone News" newsclips, and two trailers.
An Affair to Remember
This 1957 movie stars Deborah Kerr and Cary Grant.
This is color, 119 minutes and in letterbox.
Includes Backstory: An Affair to Remember and Newsclip on Premiere.
Leave Her to Heaven
This 1945 movie stars Gene Tierney and Cornel Wilde.
This is color, 110 minutes and in full screen.
Includes Newslips about Premiere and Oscars.
A Letter to Three Wives
This 1949 movie stars Jeanne Crain, Linda Darnell, Ann Sothern.
This is B/W, 103 minutes and in full screen.
Includes A&E Biography "Linda Darnell: Hollywood's Fallen Angel"
and newsclip about Oscars.
This 1957 movie stars Lana Turner.
This is color, 156 minutes and in letterbox.
An Affair to Remember (1957)- 10/10- One of the best romance films I've ever seen. No wonder why it's #5 on AFI's "100 Years...100 Passions" which celebrates America's greatest romances. It stars Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr and has made an impact on romantic cinema ever since it's release. Grant and Kerr meet each other on a cruise and keep bumping into each other. Later on, they fall in love, even though they are both engaged to other people. At the end of the cruise, they both agree to meeting each other at the top of the Empire State Building if they still love each other, but an accident both comes in their way. It's an extremely dramatic romance films with hints of comedy, witty dialouge, memorable quotes, fantastic color, and amazing acting. A lot consider it a chick-flick, but I just consider it a great romance flick for every movie-lover. It's a film to remember.
AMC Backstory Episode: "An Affair to Remember"
Movietone Newsreel (Shipboard Premiere)
Leave Her to Heaven (1945)- 10/10- One of my favorite films from Fox, one of my favorite films from the 40s, and one of my favorite psychological thrillers, starring the amazing Gene Tierney is eye-popping Technicolor from the 40s. It's such a great film that even Martin Scorsese called it one of his all-time favorite films. That tells you it's good.Read more ›
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Great quartet of films for low $. I did enjoy all movies, but "an Affair to Remember" and "A Letter to Three Wives" are the standouts for me. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Peter A. Johnson
What a great quartet of outstanding films! Affair much better known , thanks to Sleepless in Seattle. Each of the other three is outstanding with memorable performances.Published 23 days ago by Richard R. Rutter
Wicked ladies and great acting all for an incredible low price. Of course this a great collection.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
A great bargain for some film classics---if only the DVDs were actually in the box! This was a sealed, shrink-wrapped box, and it contained 3 out of the 4 films, but the last one... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Avid Musician
The first set was defective but Amazon sent out a new set right away which worked fine.Published 5 months ago by Jennifer Masters Young
I bought this just for Leave Her to Heaven, the ultra stiff movie in which Gene Tierney plays a beautiful, murderous, controlling freak. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Fritz M Hasbrouck
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