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TCM Greatest Classic Film Collection: Legends - Bette Davis (Now, Voyager / Dark Victory / Old Acquaintance / Jezebel)


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NOW, VOYAGER (1942) Academy Award Winner* A mother-dominated ugly duckling turned swan discovers independence – and love. Grab the moon, the stars and a shining Bette Davis in one of Hollywood’s most tender and touching screen romances. DARK VICTORY (1939) “Davis is enchanted and enchanting,” The New York Times’ Frank S. Nugent wrote, in her signature role as a spoiled society girl facing terminal illness – and a last chance to give her life meaning. OLD ACQUAINTANCE (1943) Davis and Miriam Hopkins’s friendship is a 20-year balancing act of handholding, backstabbing and femme fireworks. “Splendid battle of the wild cats, with two stars fighting their way through a plush production”(Halliwell’s Film Guide). JEZEBEL (1938) Winner of 2 Academy Awards* As a manipulative New Orleans belle, Davis sows a tempest and reaps a whirlwind in a fiery antebellum classic, winning an Oscar for her work. Henry Fonda and George Brent co-star; William Wyler directs.

Special Features

DISC 1: SIDE A ~ NOW, VOYAGER INCLUDES:
• Scoring Session Music Cues
• Cast Career Highlights
• Theatrical Trailer

SIDE B ~ DARK VICTORY INCLUDES:
• Commentary by Historian James Ursini and CNN Film Critic Paul Clinton
• Featurette 1939: Tough Competition for Dark Victory
• Theatrical Trailer

DISC 2: SIDE A ~ OLD ACQUAINTANCE INCLUDES:
• Commentary by Director Vincent Sherman and Bette Davis Speaks Author Boze Hadleigh
• Featurette Old Acquaintance: A Classic Woman’s Picture
• Vintage Short Stars on Horseback
• Cartoon Fin ’n Catty
• Theatrical Trailer

SIDE B ~ JEZEBEL INCLUDES:
Commentary by Historian Jeannine Basinger
• Featurette Jezebel: Legend of the South
• Musical Short Melody Masters: Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
• Cartoon The Mice Will Play
• Theatrical Trailer Subtitles: English, Français & Español (Main Feature. Bonus Material/Trailer May Not Be Subtitled).


Product Details

  • Actors: Bette Davis, Henry Fonda, Humphrey Bogart, Paul Henreid, Miriam Hopkins
  • Directors: William Wyler, Edmund Goulding, Irving Rapper, Vincent Sherman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Turner Classic Movie
  • DVD Release Date: April 5, 2011
  • Run Time: 518 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004H83IFU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,117 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Warners unveils their latest entries in the TCM Greatest Classic Films Collection. Whilst NOW VOYAGER has previously been covered in the TCM Greatest Classic Films Collection: Romance (Splendor in the Grass / Love in the Afternoon / Mogambo / Now Voyager); the other three titles are must-own Bette Davis vehicles, and when bought together in this package are cheaper than the individual discs.

NOW VOYAGER - Davis dazzles as Charlotte Vale, a miserable young spinster driven to the brink of a nervous breakdown by her shrewish mother (Dame Gladys Cooper in a masterful performance); but saved by a caring psychiatrist and a chance for love. Special Features: music scoring sessions.

DARK VICTORY - In the ultimate portrait of courage under fire, Davis is New England heiress Judith Traherne, faced with an incurable brain cancer that will eventually rob her of her sight. Special Features: new featurette "1939: Tough Competition for Dark Victory", audio commentary with James Ursini and Paul Clinton; and the trailer.

OLD ACQUAINTANCE - Bette Davis slaps Miriam Hopkins silly in the signature scene from this ripe "women's picture". Davis is Kit Marlowe, an author who willingly shuns fame and glory for the prestige of her work, whilst Hopkins is her antithesis, glamorous romance novelist Millie Drake, intent on destroying Kit's happiness when it happens to also involve Millie's husband and child! Special Features: audio commentary with Boze Hadleigh and director Vincent Sherman; and the trailer.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Trentt on November 7, 2011
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The movies are classics and the quality of the restorations is exquisite. My one complaint is that the "Dark Victory" DVD only plays about 1/3 the way through before degenerating into pixels, advancing haltingly, then stopping altogether. I've purchased DVDs on occasion with similar problems, tried them in multiple players, all with the same result. I wish quality control methods were better. From reading other buyers' reviews, I realize this is not a rare occurrence and I suppose it's a caveat to be aware of when buying movies on DVD. The other movies played just fine from beginning to end.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By S. Snyder on November 28, 2012
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I specifically bought this DVD in order to watch Now Voyager which was a favorite movie of my mom's. I was not disappointed. The movie was great and restoration of the film was wonderful... crisp and clear. I enjoy Bette Davis and can't wait to see the other films. Note that each movie is on it's own DVD which surprised me. I expected 2 double-sided DVDs... nice surpise!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Linda McTaggart on February 19, 2013
Having been a classic movie fan for decades, I've seen a lot of movies. I watch a favourite movie over and over again....I literally watch it, then rewind it and watch it again. This collection of films starring Bette Davis are four of those movies! I love to watch her "act" because it's not "acting" at all! She lives her characters - from the vulnerable spinster aunt in "Now, Vogageur", the vain cougar in "Mr. Skeffington" to the doomed newly wed in "Dark Victory". Now, with this collection, I am able to see even more characters come to life with "Old Acquaintance" (which I had not only never seen, but I'd never even heard of!) and the strong willed "Jezebel". Always strong, always in control of her own life, she is an inspiration and an icon to me and I am sure to all women who are lucky enough to be able to watch her, and thanks to Amazon and their wonderful collection of DVDs, I'll be able to watch her again and again!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Elvin Ortiz on December 20, 2013
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Undoubtedly, this is an excellent collection of Bette Davis films. Each film comes in its individual discs, and in each Bette Davis performs headstrong independent women. Each film is also in pristine condition and they are all in black and white. My favorites here are Jezebel (1938) and Now, Voyager (1942). Personally, Dark Victory and Old Acquaintance don't draw a lot of enthusiasm, but that doesn't mean that these films are bad at all. Each one of her films presents great examples of her performances and compelling stories.

In Jezebel, Davis pairs with Henry Fonda and George Brent in an antebellum drama where social conventions are challenged by the heroine, Julie Marsden (Davis), and later shattered by yellow fever. It is directed by William Wyler. In Now, Voyager she has a romance with Paul Henreid while on a cruise through South America. It is also about personal transformation for Charlotte Vale (Davis), where she starts as a secluded spinstress (literallly), and becomes a headstrong, independent woman who can also transform the lives of others. The romance may seem dated, but I find it delightful to watch. Specially, I enjoy listening to the romantic exchanges between Davies and Henreid with Max Steiner's soundtrack in the background. In Dark Victory, Bette Davis plays Judith Traherne, another headstrong lead who must face terminal illness, a tumor in the head. George Brent plays her doctor (with whom she marries) and Humphry Bogart, a stablehand who is in love with her. Although it might be considered a tear-jerker, it's still an important Bette Davis film.
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