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The Joan Crawford Collection 06.14.05

Old 03-22-05, 10:45 PM
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The Joan Crawford Collection 06.14.05

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The Joan Crawford Collection (5-Pack)
Street Date: 6/14/05
MSRP: $49.92
Packaging Type: Slipcase
Sound Track Language: English

The Joan Crawford Collection features classics from the star whose career spanned more than 40 years. "I never go out unless I look like Joan Crawford the movie star. If you want to see the girl next door, go next door." - Joan Crawford

Set Contains:
- The Damned Don't Cry
- Humoresque
- Mildred Pierce
- Possessed (1947)
- The Women
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Old 03-23-05, 10:57 AM
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Great news about this set - when I wonder will a special edition with some decent extras ( such as a "Making Of "documentary ) of the Crawford/Davis "Whatever Happened To Baby Jane" become available?

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Old 04-03-05, 03:21 PM
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Arriving on June 14th from Warner Home Video is The Joan Crawford Collection, which includes three new-to-DVD releases including the first-ever home video release of The Damned Don't Cry, plus Humoresque and Possessed. Also included are Mildred Pierce and The Women, both repackaged into sturdy Amaray keepcases. Extras on The Damned Don't Cry include commentary by director Vincent Sherman, the new featurette "The Crawford Formula: Real and Reel" and a trailer; Humoresque includes "The Music of Humoresque" featurette; Possessed includes commentary by film historian Drew Casper, "Possessed: The Quintessential Film Noir" featurette and a trailer. Retail is $49.92 for the collection, or $19.97 per disc.
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Kind of curious that even WB considers Possessed to be "the quintessential film noir" but they're putting it in this rather than in the next film noir box this summer! It's fine with me because it means there's room for one more in the noir box, but it does seem kind of curious.
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Wrong artwork on the back cover of "The Women"

Did anyone notice that there is a scene still on the back cover of, "The Women" that is from a totally unrelated film? Not sure which movie it is but it looks like Eddie Albert is in the movie.
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Old 06-15-05, 06:58 PM
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It's from John Ford's 7 Women, and that's Anne Bancroft in the foreground (another film which needs to be released on DVD).
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weird they wouldn't fix that this time around
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