Hollywood's Leading Ladies (6 DVD Box Set) (Alpha)
Algiers (Hedy Lamarr)
A beautiful woman falls under the spell of the supreme ruler of the criminal underworld, Pepe Le Moko. This is Charles Boyer's greatest romantic role.
The Last Time I Saw Paris (Elizabeth Taylor)
The film version of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "Babylon Revisited," is the story of a rich girl (Elizabeth Taylor) and a writer (Van Johnson) who meet and fall in love in post World War II Paris.
Of Human Bondage (Bette Davis)
The best film version of W. Somerset Maugham's passionate novel, involving an ill-fate romance between a well-to-do crippled medical student and a floozy waitress. Bette Davis is magnificent.
Three Came Home (Claudette Colbert)
Dramatic true story of an American writer (Claudette Colbert) who is thrown into a Japanese concentration camp during WWII and attempts a daring escape.
The Strange Love Of Martha Ivers (Barbara Stanwyck)
A web of deceit surrounds an evil young woman after she murders her aunt.
Nothing Sacred (Carole Lombard)
This witty classic satire showcases Carole Lombard at her best. When she is mistakenly diagnosed with radium poisoning, a cynical reporter exploits her misfortune to increase circulation. Among the best screwball comedies of the 1930s, Nothing Sacred was written by Ben Hecht and features a great music score by Oscar Levant.
Please be advised that while a great effort is made in restoring these films in their entirety, portions which have been destroyed beyond repair may have been edited out.