3 Fox Studio Classics in May - Artwork added
Fox Home Entertainment have announced the Region 1 DVD release of three titles on their Studio Classics line for 24th May 2005 priced at $14.98 SRP each. The titles in the second wave of the year are...
Anna & the King of Siam - Rex Harrison stars as the King of Siam with Irene Dunne as Anna, the charming, strong-willed English widow who teaches him how to live in a modern world.
Presented in Full Screen with English Mono, English Stereo and Spanish Mono audio options bonus features include Anna and the King: The Real Story of Anna Leonowens biography and Fox Movietone News: Gala Hollywood Premiere.
The Best of Everything - Rona Jaffe's best-selling novel comes to life in this witty tale about the personal and professional lives of the men and women in a New York publishing firm. Heading a huge cast is Joan Crawford as a tough-talking editor who can't seem to win at love. There are a few more interesting stories around the office than there are in the manuscripts at Fabian Publishers. Among the principal players: a new secretary (Hope Lang) who quickly gets her boss's (Crawford) job and romances a handsome editor (Stephen Boyd); a Colorado secretary (Diane Barker) who falls for the wrong man (Robert Evans); and a would be actress (Suzy Parker) who's jilted by a two-timing director (Luis Jourdan). Slick and glossy, The Best Of Everything is a panorama of office politics before women's liberation.
Presented in Anamorphic Widescreen with English Stereo, French Stereo and Spanish Mono audio options bonus features include audio commentary, Fox Movietone News: The Best of Everything in Notable Premiere and trailers for the main feature and other Fox Studio Classic releases.
The Razor's Edge - Narrated by on-screen observer Maugham (Herbert Marshall), this intriguing tale centres on a soul-searching World War I veteran (Tyrone Power) who finds he can not settle back into the world of the upper class. Shunning his planned marriage and career, he travels abroad to seek the meaning of life and career, he travels abroad to seek the meaning of life and causes his distraught fiancé (Gene Tierney) to seek solace with another man (John Payne).
Presented in Full Screen with English Mono, English Stereo and Spanish Mono audio options bonus features include commentary by Anthony Slide and Robert Birchar and Fox Movietone News segments: Somerset Maugham's book "The Razor's Edge" is honoured, Along Broadway, Motion Picture Academy Awards "Oscars" for Film Achievements.
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