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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Her Splendid Folly (1933) DVD-R

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Lilian Bond, Theodore von Eltz, Alexander Carr, Beryl Mercer, J. Frank Glendon


Directed by William A. O'Connor


Writers By Beulah Poynter


Print: Black and White

Runtime: 79 min

Genre: Western

Language: English



Solomon Ginsberg, the President, Vice-President and General Manager of International Pictures Corporation Incorporated, hires Joan McAllister, an unemployed stenographer, to double for his star, Laura Girard. While on a location trip, Laura is killed in an automobile accident, and in order to save the money already invested in the film Ginsberg, aided by the film's leading-man, Wallace Morely, with whom Joan is more than a little infatuated, persuades Joan to assume the identity of the dead actress, whose death is being concealed. Since Joan is a dead-ringer for Laura, no one suspects the impersonation. Soon, Joan makes Laura a bigger star than she had ever been while living. This also causes no end of complications, including bigamy.


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Her Splendid Folly (1933) DVD-R

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Lilian Bond, Theodore von Eltz, Alexander Carr, Beryl Mercer, J. Frank Glendon
Directed by William A. O'Connor
Writers By Beulah Poynter
Print: Black and White
Runtime: 79 min
Genre: Western
Language: English

Solomon Ginsberg, the President, Vice-President and General Manager of International Pictures Corporation Incorporated, hires Joan McAllister, an unemployed stenographer, to double for his star, Laura Girard. While on a location trip, Laura is killed in an automobile accident, and in order to save the money already invested in the film Ginsberg, aided by the film's leading-man, Wallace Morely, with whom Joan is more than a little infatuated, persuades Joan to assume the identity of the dead actress, whose death is being concealed. Since Joan is a dead-ringer for Laura, no one suspects the impersonation. Soon, Joan makes Laura a bigger star than she had ever been while living. This also causes no end of complications, including bigamy.

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