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This movie collection is great, I love classic films that were a head of there time.
Tallulah Bankhead is every inch a diva with great (but never exaggerated) passion and gesture, whom one may never imagine as a working girl.
You may wonder what the uproar was all about, but that's what makes watching these movies so much fun.
This is a great look back at a time when movies were socially conscious before the Hayes Code took away a lot of creativity in film-making.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Hot Saturday is my favorite, But they're all good.
There are a few Cary Grant movies where he has a small role, or where he isn't the "Cary Grant" we have come to expect... Read more
This review is from: Pre-Code Hollywood Collection (The Cheat / Merrily We Go to Hell / Hot Saturday / Torch Singer / Murder at the Vanities / Search for Beauty) (Universal Backlot... Read morePublished 2 months ago by G. Charles Steiner
Great set of mostly Paramount features, beautiful picture quality and rare titles. Would recommend this to anyone who loves the films of the early sound era. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mark Kausler
This is a great collection of pre-code Hollywood films. Don't expect nudity and vulgar language. All that is in the post-code Hollywood films. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Carl
i was really disappointed in this collection.the only movie on here that is kind of good is merrily we go to hell.Published 3 months ago by alisha
Good service, good price. Hope to catch another good deal like this.Published 3 months ago by nicholas shaffran
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|will the dvds for this be double sided?||
These are single sides discs with two movies on each disc.
May 31, 2009 by Tee | See all 2 posts
|Possible Titles for Volume Two of Pre-Code Hollywood||
How about a triple-title Tallulah Bankhead DVD (1931-1932). "My Sin", "Tarnished Lady", and "The Devil And The Deep"?
Mar 5, 2010 by Efroseni | See all 2 posts
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