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Newburgh Chandler PL - Bell Road Library DVD CARY (3 DISCS) (DRAMA) (Text) 39206021388903 Audiovisual - DVD Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 3 videodiscs : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: Universal City, CA : Universal Studios Home Entertainment, [2016].

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General Note:
Title from container
Originally produced by Paramount Pictures as motion pictures in the United States from 1932 to 1935.
Full screen (1.33:1)
Formatted Contents Note:
[Disc 1]. Devil and the deep (77 min.) / directed by Marion Gering ; screenplay by Benn W. Levy -- Blonde Venus (104 min.) / directed by Josef von Sternberg ; screenplay by Jules Furthman and S.K. Lauren -- Hot Saturday (74 min.) -- [disc 2]. Madame Butterfly (87 min.) / directed by Marion Gering -- The woman accused (73 min.) -- The eagle and the hawk (74 min.) / directed by Stuart Walker ; screenplay by Seton L. Miller & Bogart Rodgers -- [disc 3]. Gambling ship (71 min.) -- Wings in the dark (76 min.) -- The last outpost (77 min.) / directed by Charles Barton & Louis J. Gasnier ; screenplay by Philip Macdonald.
Summary, etc.:
Devil and the Deep (1932): A commanding officer (Charles Laughton) suspects a lieutenant (Cary Grant) of seducing his wife (Tallulah Bankhead) when the real threat is another officer (Gary Cooper).
Blonde Venus (1932): A former nightclub entertainer (Marlene Dietrich) is torn between her husband (Herbert Marshall), lover (Cary Grant), career and child after her husband is diagnosed with radium poisoning.
Hot Saturday (1932): A small-town girl (Nancy Carroll) fights for her reputation after a wealthy city man (Cary Grant) hosts a party and a rumor within the community breaks out about a scandalous affair.
Madame Butterfly (1932): A visiting lieutenant (Cary Grant) in Japan lusts after and marries a Japanese geisha (Sylvia Sidney) after discovering how easy it is to get divorced, then leaves town for good with a promise to return for her.
The Woman Accused (1933): A socialite (Nancy Carroll) gets caught in a murderous misfortune with her ex-lover who wants her back after he finds out she got engaged to an attorney (Cary Grant).
The Eagle and the Hawk (1933): Rival pilots (Cary Grant and Fredric March) with opposing codes of honor during World War I fight the mental hardships and struggles that come behind the battles and the death tolls of war.
Gambling Ship (1933): Chicago gangster Ace Corbin (Cary Grant) makes efforts to put his troubled past behind him and start a new life with a woman (Benita Hume) he meets and falls in love with on a train who has a shady past of her own.
Wings in the Dark (1935): When a pilot and inventor (Cary Grant) is tragically blinded, his courage inspires stunt flyer Sheila (Myrna Loy) to take on an increasingly dangerous mission in this tale of undying love and devotion.
The Last Outpost (1935): A British prisoner of war (Cary Grant) is rescued from a firing squad by his mysterious cellmate (Claude Rains), but suspects him of being an enemy spy and unknowingly falls in love with his wife.
Target Audience Note:
Not rated.
Language Note:
English dialogue ; English subtitles.
Subject: Digital recordings.
Genre: Feature films.
Films for the hearing impaired.
Fiction films.

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