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

Bachelor Mother (1939) + Bundle of Joy (1956) on DVD

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Get the original film, Bachelor Mother (1939), and Bundle Of Joy (1956) for 20% off their individual prices!


Bachelor Mother (1939)


Starring Ginger Rogers, David Niven, Charles Coburn, Frank Albertson, E. E. Clive
Directed by Garson Kanin

Print: Black and White
Runtime: 81 min.
Genre: Comedy


Unemployed Polly Parrish (Ginger Rogers) impulsively picks up a baby left at orphanage doors at Christmas. Everyone assumes the foundling is hers, including Polly's playboy ex-boss (David Niven), who offers her a job if she'll live up to her maternal duties. A paycheck would be handy, so Polly complies. Then the boss's tycoon dad (Charles Coburn) assumes the infant is his secret grandson...and things really spin out of control. Buoyed by Rogers' irresistibly endearing performance, Bachelor Mother is one of those rarities, a brilliantly cast comedy where everything - plot, pacing and dialogue (thanks to Garson Kanin's savvy direction and Norman Krasna's witty script) - is exactly, hilariously right.


 


Bundle Of Joy (1956) 


Starring Eddie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, Adolphe Menjou, Tommy Noonan, Nina Talbot
Directed by Norman Taurog

Print: black/white
Runtime: 98 min.
Genre: Musicals

When Bundle of Joy premiered in 1956, Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher were the cutest young marrieds in Hollywood, the obvious choice to headline the musical remake of one of the great comedies of the '30s, Bachelor Mother. As the Prince Charming of the piece, Fisher proves that as an actor, he is a pretty good crooner. But Reynolds is warmly appealing in the role originated by Ginger Rogers, playing a salesgirl who picks up a foundling, is mistaken for its unwed mother and must keep up the charade - baby and all - to keep her job. Coincidentally, Reynolds discovered she was pregnant before filming began. In true trouper fashion, she was still hoofing up a storm on the soundstage when she was seven months along.

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Get the original film, Bachelor Mother (1939), and Bundle Of Joy (1956) for 20% off their individual prices!

Bachelor Mother (1939)

Starring Ginger Rogers, David Niven, Charles Coburn, Frank Albertson, E. E. Clive
Directed by Garson Kanin

Print: Black and White
Runtime: 81 min.
Genre: Comedy

Unemployed Polly Parrish (Ginger Rogers) impulsively picks up a baby left at orphanage doors at Christmas. Everyone assumes the foundling is hers, including Polly's playboy ex-boss (David Niven), who offers her a job if she'll live up to her maternal duties. A paycheck would be handy, so Polly complies. Then the boss's tycoon dad (Charles Coburn) assumes the infant is his secret grandson...and things really spin out of control. Buoyed by Rogers' irresistibly endearing performance, Bachelor Mother is one of those rarities, a brilliantly cast comedy where everything - plot, pacing and dialogue (thanks to Garson Kanin's savvy direction and Norman Krasna's witty script) - is exactly, hilariously right.

 

Bundle Of Joy (1956) 

Starring Eddie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, Adolphe Menjou, Tommy Noonan, Nina Talbot
Directed by Norman Taurog

Print: black/white
Runtime: 98 min.
Genre: Musicals

When Bundle of Joy premiered in 1956, Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher were the cutest young marrieds in Hollywood, the obvious choice to headline the musical remake of one of the great comedies of the '30s, Bachelor Mother. As the Prince Charming of the piece, Fisher proves that as an actor, he is a pretty good crooner. But Reynolds is warmly appealing in the role originated by Ginger Rogers, playing a salesgirl who picks up a foundling, is mistaken for its unwed mother and must keep up the charade - baby and all - to keep her job. Coincidentally, Reynolds discovered she was pregnant before filming began. In true trouper fashion, she was still hoofing up a storm on the soundstage when she was seven months along.

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