"Holiday" - Johnny Case (Cary Grant), a freethinking financier, has finally found the girl of his dreams - Julia Seton (Doris Nolan), the spoiled daughter of a socially prominent millionaire - and she's agreed to marry him. But when Johnny plans a holiday for the two to enjoy life while they are still young, his fiancee has other plans and that is for Johnny to work in her father's bank! And so, as he tries to decide whether to follow his head or his heart, Johnny can rely on at least one Seton in his corner. She's Linda Seton (Katharine Hepburn), the down-to-earth younger sister of his soon-to-be-wife, and she likes Johnny the way he is. "Only Angels Have Wings" - A two-fisted adventure tale set in South America, "Only Angels Have Wings" stars Cary Grant as the tough-talking head of an air freight service operating in the dangerous Andes Mountains. Jean Arthur co-stars as a vacationing showgirl competing with Rita Hayworth for Grant's affections. A potent combination of humor, romance and action, the film was directed by Howard Hawks. "Talk Of The Town" - When a charming fugitive, a beautiful teacher, and a stuffy lawyer are forced to become roommates, their unconventional relationship is suddenly "The Talk Of The Town" in this madcap romantic comedy. When accused arsonist Leopold Dilg (Cary Grant) escapes jail, he hides out in the home of friend Nora (Jean Arthur). Posing as a gardener, Dilg teams up with Nora to convince her summer tenant, Supreme Court candidate Michael Lightcap (Ronald Colman) that Dilg was framed. The zaniness never stops as the three of them dodge the cops, try to snag the real crooks and discover along the way that both men have fallen for Nora. But who has captured Nora's heart? "His Girl Friday" - A classic screwball comedy in which Rosalind Russell plays reporter Hildy Johnson, who, on the eve of her remarriage, is talked into one more assignment by her editor and ex-husband, Grant. While interviewing a condemned man, Hildy realizes that his hanging is planned as a vote-getting measure. Spontaneously, she helps the man escape. "The Awful Truth" - Director Leo McCarey won an Oscar(R) and star Irene Dunne was nominated for "The Awful Truth," on of the most captivating screwball comedies ever made. A comic battlefield presided over by two superbly-matched sparring partners, "The Awful Truth" also stars Cary Grant as the other half of a couple facing divorce and fighting over custody of their beloved dog, Mr. Smith. Somewhere before the final divorce decree, however, Jerry decides he wants Lucy back, only to learn that she's marrying a country bumpkin (hilariously played by Ralph Bellamy). Jerry counters with an engagement to the aristocratic Molly Lamont, sparking a sexy, sophisticated battle of wits that ranks among the wackiest comedies in screen history.
Deleted Scene Photographs, "Cary at Columbia" Featurette.
Presented in Black & White, Subtitles: English (Closed Captioned).
|Studio Name:||Sony Pictures Home Entertainment|
|DVD Release Date:||02/07/2006|
|Screen Format:||Full Frame|
|Run Time (in minutes):||517 minutes|
|Audio Tracks:||AC, Dolby Digital Mono|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||1.0|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||5.5 x 0.5 x 7.44|
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