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12 classic comedies starring Cary Crant, Audrey
Hepburn, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Elizabeth Taylor,
and many more! NTSC, Color, B&W.
His Girl Friday
When a conniving newspaper editor (Cary Grant)
learns that his ex-wife (Rosalind) is retiring, he will
stop at nothing to keep her on staff and win back
A beautiful woman (Audrey Hepburn) is caught in
a web of intrigue involving her murdered husband,
a missing fortune, and charming bachelor (Cary
The Amazing Adventure
A young playboy (Cary Grant) makes a wager that
he can become a success without the use of his
My Favorite Brunette
A frustrated baby photographer (Bob Hope),
yearning to be a famous gumshoe, is mistakenly
hired by a beautiful brunette (Dorothy Lamour)
only to find himself framed for the murder he is
Road To Bali
Two American vaudeville performers (Bob Hope,
Bing Crosby) on the island of Bali fall for the same
vivacious island princess (Dorothy Lamour).
Road To Hollywood
An entertaining and informative documentary on
Bing Crosby s rise to fame featuring clips of his
comedies made at the Mack Sennet studios.
Made For Each Other
Idealistic Newlyweds (Carole Lombard, James
Stewart) have their marital commitment challenged
at every turn with mounting debt, a difficult motherin-
law, and a baby on the way.Nothing Sacred
Can the love between a small town woman (Carole Lombard) and a NY
reporter (Fredrick March) survive the media circus he created?
In this flawless blend of humor and heartbreak, a wife (Irene Dunne)
reflects on the ups and downs of life with her husband (Cary Grant).
Life With Father
This film adaptation of the hit Broadway play exploring family life in
New York during the 1880s stars William Powell, Irene Dunne, and
My Man Godfrey
A beautiful heiress (Carole Lombard) rescues a bum (William Powell)
sleeping in the city dump and brings him home to be her butler.
Father s Little Dividend
In this lighthearted sequel to Father of the Bride, Dad (Spencer Tracy)
adjusts to his new solo life and new role as a grandfather. Great
laughs, and Elizabeth Taylor is as stunning as ever.
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A side note, I usually check for closed-captioning before I purchase a DVD, this time I was too enticed by the low price. Generally, inclusion of CC indicates slightly better quality DVD production. And, NO, simply turning up the TV volume does not help.