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Warner Archive releases Joan Crawford DVD set

Warner Archive has just released for the first time on DVD five juicy Joan Crawford MGM films from the 1930s, including 1930's "Our Blushing Brides," a sequel to "Our Dancing Daughters" and "Our Modern Maidens"; the 1930 western musical "Montana Moon," with Ricardo Cortez; 1935's comedy-drama "I Live My Life," in which she plays a socialite who wants excitement; the 1937 comedy-drama "The Last of Mrs. Cheyney," with William Powell and Robert Montgomery; and "The Bride Wore Red," also from 1937, which was directed Dorothy Arzner, the only female director working in films at the time. A&E
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