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

Holiday (1930) DVD-R

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Starring Ann Harding, Mary Astor, Edward Everett Horton, Robert Ames, Hedda Hopper,

Paul Page

Directed by Edward H. Griffith



Print: Black and White

Runtime: 91 min.

Genre: comedy



The first of the filmizations of Philip Barry's play, Holiday centers around a society wedding.

Julia Seton (Mary Astor) intends to marry John Case (Robert Ames), a young Wall

Street lion with "radical" ideas that go against the grain of Julia's conservative family.

Julia's freewheeling younger sister Linda (Ann Harding), thrilled at the prospect of the unorthodox Case shaking up her household,

finds herself drawn to the young man herself. When John shows signs of toning down his recklessness and becoming just

another stuffy old financier, Linda is crushed, but eventually the two free spirits are united. Edward Everett Horton,

who plays an "idle rich" family friend in Holiday,recreated the role (albeit as a more responsible character) in the 1938 remake.


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Starring Ann Harding, Mary Astor, Edward Everett Horton, Robert Ames, Hedda Hopper,
Paul Page
Directed by Edward H. Griffith

Print: Black and White
Runtime: 91 min.
Genre: comedy

The first of the filmizations of Philip Barry's play, Holiday centers around a society wedding.
Julia Seton (Mary Astor) intends to marry John Case (Robert Ames), a young Wall
Street lion with "radical" ideas that go against the grain of Julia's conservative family.
Julia's freewheeling younger sister Linda (Ann Harding), thrilled at the prospect of the unorthodox Case shaking up her household,
finds herself drawn to the young man herself. When John shows signs of toning down his recklessness and becoming just
another stuffy old financier, Linda is crushed, but eventually the two free spirits are united. Edward Everett Horton,
who plays an "idle rich" family friend in Holiday,recreated the role (albeit as a more responsible character) in the 1938 remake.

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