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The Barbara Stanwyck Collection (Internes Can't Take Money / The Great Man's Lady / The Bride Wore Boots / The Lady Gambles / All I Desire / There's Always Tomorrow)
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"Internes Can't Take Money" (Paramount, 1937), earned its place in cinema history as the first film featuring the popular character of Dr. Kildare. Here he's played by frequent Stanwyck leading man Joel McCrea. This film was released a year before MGM launched its popular series starring Lew Ayres, and features Stanwyck as a mother whose young daughter has been kidnapped by a gang of crooks. In truth, the drama is rather tepid, but Stanwyck and McCrea play off each other well, and the supporting cast includes such stalwarts as Lloyd Nolan, Stanley Ridges, and Lee Bowman. At 77 minutes, it zips right along and is worth a look-see.
Stanwyck had high hopes for "The Great Man's Lady" (Paramount, 1942), directed by William A. Wellman, with whom she had collaborated a decade before ("Night Nurse", 1931 and "The Purchase Price", 1932) at Warner Brothers. Its failure to catch on with the critics or the public certainly had nothing to do with her performance. She plays "the wind beneath the wings" of Joel McCrea, a pioneer turned oil man and politician whose successes are directly attributable to her "behind the scenes" efforts on his behalf. Stanwyck's character ages from a teenager to a hundred year old woman in this fascinating Western saga which features an outstanding supporting performance by Brian Donlevy.Read more ›
If you even vaguely like Barbara Stanwyck, this collection is a MUST HAVE!!
All of the films are wonderfully restored and the presentation of the box set is visibly enticing.
This set will go great with any classic film collection!
The movie I liked the least was Interns Don't take money. The plot became predictable the moment Kildare saved the life of a gangster- a gangster who is a laughable hypocrite playing a noble thug and whom the ethics minded Kildare turns to for help
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Terrific! Each film seems to be better than the last. Stanwyck shows great range!Published 5 months ago by Richard R. Rutter
purchased as a gift for my mother-in-law. she LOVES this collection! says it has a lot of classics, as well as many that she does not have!Published 8 months ago by JenniferGrove89
Babara Stanwyck movies have always been great. This rare collection of her movies on DVD is a fantastic buy.Published 9 months ago by J. Pillai Rajendran
The Bride Wore Boots is awful, but the rest are good. Of course, one needs to be a Stanwyck fan, which I have been since the age of 9.Published 11 months ago by Robert Locke
Stanwyck is a star in every sense of the word and her performances are 2nd to none. And her skills used at their best were in all the movies.Published 18 months ago by Chet
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