In 1934, censorship arrived in Hollywood in the form of the "Production Code," a strict set of government guidelines for what filmmakers could--and, more importantly, could not--include in their movies. This collection offers six "taboo" films created before the rules were in place: THE CHEAT, starring Tallulah Bankhead as an adulterous wife; MERRILY WE GO TO HELL, a story about an abusive alcoholic husband; HOT SATURDAY, featuring Cary Grant and Nancy Carroll in a scandalous affair; TORCH SINGER, the tale of a woman (Claudette Colbert) who gives up an illegitimate child; MURDER AT THE VANITIES; and SEARCH FOR BEAUTY. See individual titles for additional details.
To place an order or for customer service, call toll-free 1-800-336-4627 or outside the United States, call 1-610-649-7565
Open Monday - Friday: 7am-10pm, Saturday: 9am-9pm, Sunday: 10am-8pm (Eastern Time)