Rita Hayworth - Screen Goddess Boxset [DVD]
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GILDA (1946) - Hayworth's finest films, and she is absolutely stunning throughout, and the only film in the box where she looks consistently beautiful.
With great acting from Glen Ford and George Macready, beautiful photography and a dark love triangle that grips you for every second.
SALOME (1953) - is entertainment not biblical epic, bright and colourful and frankly pretty feeble, only saved by two fine performances.
A vehicle for Rita Hayworth, lovely and remote befitting a screen goddess, but the dance of the seven veils is a joke, I have seen more erotic performances in Richard Strauss's opera Salome.
By far the best performances are from Charles Laughton as a lascivious Herod, outstanding as he salivates with desire over Salome and Judith Anderson as his queen, an enjoyable and really nasty couple
The remainder of the strong cast never achieve better than adequate, probably a reflection on the screen play and direction rather than the actors.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nicely presented package, bought as gift, all B & W, range of types of films not necessarily every individuals view of her bestPublished 14 months ago by Lucy M.
The value for money is there with the number of films. BUT several of the films are so poor that you would rather not have them. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mr. David Titley
Great Rita Hayworth movies.The only dissapointment was that The Magnificent Showman is not in widescreen. However a great collection at a very economical price.Published on 18 Aug. 2014 by RALPH STRATFORD
I got this set of DVDs because my hubby has taken a likening to this actresses films. I got these DVD okay and they play the same as well. Read morePublished on 29 Mar. 2014 by paula beckett