The first volume in a series of provocative, shocking feature films from the Warner Bros. library is a restored and remastered 2-Disc Collection of three legendary and notorious films. The films - which earned their place in history thanks to three daring young actresses who undertook these racy, and riveting roles - pay tribute to an extraordinary time before the censors cut the party short. Baby Face: Starring Barbara Stanwyck, Babyface is required viewing for anyone interested in how far Hollywood would go before censorship kicked in. This collection boasts a rarely seen pre-release version, thought lost for 70 years and shot before censors eliminated several scenes. Recently discovered and restored by the Library of Congress, this authentic version of Baby Face has been digitally remastered, and is a revelation to legions of fans familiar with the previously seen "theatrical release" version. This collection will treat viewers to both versions, allowing them to compare how certain scenes were carefully pruned, heavily edited, or replaced entirely. Red Headed Woman: Starring Jean Harlow in one of her best early films, written by the famed Anita Loos (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes), where Harlow shines and beguiles as an avaricious secretary out to climb the social ladder even if it's on her back. Waterloo Bridge: The first adaptation of famed playwright Robert E. Sherwood's stirring play, starring Mae Clarke (Frankenstein, The Public Enemy) as a prostitute in World War I-torn London, and directed by the legendary James Whale.
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