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Forbidden Hollywood collection. Volume one

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Full screen version.


In English, with optional English, French or Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned.


Waterloo Bridge: Mae Clarke, Kent Douglass, Doris Lloyd, Bette Davis, Enid Bennett.

Publication Information

Burbank, CA : Turner Entertainment Co. : Distributed by Warner Home Video, [2006]

Physical Description

2 videodiscs (308 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.


Not rated.


In the early 1930's, before Hollywood began enforcing a self-imposed Production Code, many films allowed for extraordinary frankness including nudity, adultery and prostitution. In this restored and remastered three-movie collection, three daring young actresses are featured in racy, riveting star vehicles. Jean Harlow is a red-headed secretary who hooks the company's married boss, while carrying on with chauffeur Charles Boyer. A young soldier is forced to give up Mae Clarke when his well-to-do family learns she's a prostitute, in Waterloo Bridge. Finally baby-faced Barbara Stanwyck sleeps her way up the corporate ladder in a New York bank, not caring who gets hurt.


Collective title from container.

Originally released as motion pictures between 1931-1933.

Container mistakenly identifies the contents of disc 1 as Baby face and disc 2 as Red-headed woman and Waterloo Bridge. The actual content of the discs is reversed.

Special features: new introduction by Robert Osborne ; Baby Face theatrical trailer.


  • Baby face [prerelease version] / Baby face [original theatrical release] / Red-headed woman / Waterloo bridge

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