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3 Leading Ladies of the Silver Screen, Vol. 2 (Of Human Bondage [1934] / Behave Yourself! [1951] / Home Town Story) [1951]) [DVD]


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Triple-bill of classic Hollywood films. Adapted from the celebrated novel by W. Somerset Maugham, 'Of Human Bondage' (1934) stars Leslie Howard as a disillusioned medical student trying to extricate himself from a destructive relationship with Mildred (Bette Davis), a working-class waitress he considers beneath him. Screwball comedy 'Behave Yourself' (1951) features Shelley Winters as a newly-married wife who adopts a stray dog, only to find that the dog is being used by an underworld gang as a courier and that the gang want him back. 'Home Town Story' (1951) features an early appearance from Marilyn Monroe, in a story about a journalist investigating big business in his old home town.

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