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Internes Can't Take Money
The Great Man's Lady
The Bride Wore Boots
The Lady Gambles
All I Desire
There's Always Tomorrow
Studio: WARNER HOME VIDEO
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East Side West Side
To Please A Lady
Barbara Stanwyck Show
B & W
Studio: E1 ENTERTAINMENT
Runtime: 390 Mins.
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“She had grit, sex appeal and vulnerability in spades. The award-winning and critically acclaimed NBC anthology series, The Barbara Stanwyck Show, the
beloved actress served as host and starred in many of the productions. This collection showcases 15 of the most memorable dramas from the Emmy-
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Cattle Queen of Montana
VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS INC.
Runtime: 1 Hour 28 Minutes
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Filmed on location at Montana's Glacier National Park, Cattle Queen of Montana makes excellent use of the diverse talents of Barbara Stanwyck and
Ronald Reagan. Stanwyck is cast as Sierra Nevada Jones, who hopes to stake her claim in the cattle business despite opposition from hostile land
barons. She is helped along by government agent Farrell, even though he's officially on hand to find out who's been inciting the local Indian tribes into
attacking the whites. Lance Fuller delivers a well-balanced performance as Colorados, a college-educated Indian chief who hopes to bring peace to the land.
Long a fixture of TV's Late Late Shows, Cattle Queen of Montana was briefly reissued theatrically when Ronald Reagan was elected president in 1980.
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The Lady Eve
Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
Runtime: 1 Hour 33 Minutes
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For all his taste, education, and worldliness, legendary writer-director Preston Sturges loved nothing more than a good, old-fashioned pratfall, and in The Lady
Eve he mixed raucous slapstick with clever, biting dialogue and urbane situations. The butt of his jokes is Henry Fonda, playing the socially maladroit scion of
beer baron Eugene Pallette. While traveling via ocean liner, he's targeted by seductive con artist Barbara Stanwyck -- who, among other things, impersonates a
cultured English lady in an attempt to worm her way into his heart...and checkbook. Sturges polished his scripts repeatedly before he began shooting, and his
performers deviated from them at the risk of incurring his wrath; but the end product invariably seemed spontaneous, and The Lady Eve is no exception. Fonda
and Stanwyck are nothing short of remarkable, and her stateroom seduction of him is a hysterically funny scene that skirted the restrictive Production Code
governing movie morality and delighted 1941 moviegoers with its suggestiveness. William Demarest tears through the film as Fonda's blustery, dyspeptic pal,
and Charles Coburn, as Stanwyck's equally larcenous father, gets off a goodly share of wry one-liners. For unadulterated zaniness, Sturges can't be beat, and
The Lady Eve ranks among this innovative director's very best films.