Mr. Skeffington

Warner Bros.   (1944) / Region 1
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She was very lucky that Mr. Skeffington was such a gentleman!

Whose face - ravaged, grotesque - is in the mirror? Surely it's not that of Fanny Skeffington, the prettiest woman in New York. Fanny always used her beauty to manipulate her way through life. She's encouraged dozens of suitors, even after her marriage. But now diphtheria has robbed her of her only attribute. And without her looks, she's lost.

Bette Davis earned her eighth Best Actress Oscar® nomination portraying Fanny. Backed by Claude Rains as her devoted husband, glorious costumes and a lush Franz Waxman score, Davis takes what might in lesser hands be just a woman's picture and turns it into art. Watch her ruined face glow with an inner light when she find hope in the words: "A woman is beautiful when she's loved. And only then." Magic.

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  • Length
  • Rating NR
  • Released:
  • Added Mar 17 2005
  • Production Year 1944
  • Empire SKU 674989
  • UPC Code 012569673052
  • Studio  Warner Bros.
  • Packaging Keep
  • Number of Discs 1
  • Disc SS-DL
  • Subtitles English, French and Spanish

Features

Commentary by Director Vincent Sherman
Mr. Skeffington: A Picture of Strength Featurette
Theatrical Trailer

Audio/Video

  • Audio
    English Dolby Digital Mono [CC]
    French Dolby Digital Mono
  • Video
    Standard 1.33:1 B&W

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