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

Bolero (1934) + Rumba (1935) DVD-R

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BOLERO (1934)


Starring George Raft, Carole Lombard, Sally Rand, Frances Drake, William Frawley, Gertrude
Michael, Ray Milland, Ann Sheridan
Directed by Wesley Ruggles, Mitchell Leisen

Print: black/white
Runtime: 85 min.
Genre: drama

This is the story of an egotistical nightclub dance performer named Raoul, his determination
to succeed at all costs, and the only woman in his life that truly matters to him, a dancing
partner named Helen. (The highlight of the film is a dance performed atop a circular stage to
a truncated version of Ravel's "Bolero.")


 


RUMBA (1935)


Starring George Raft, Carole Lombard, Lynne Overman, Margo, Gail Patrick
Directed by Marion Gering

Print: black/white
Runtime: 80 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

A follow-up to the highly successful Bolero, this lively romantic drama stars George Raft as
Joe Martin, a Cuban-American dancer who lives and works in Havana with his lovely partner
Goldie Allen until a bad case of varicose veins forces impacts his career. One night, the
beauteous gringa heiress Diane Harrison (Carole Lombard) comes to the club. Joe is
immediately smitten. His interest takes a less fleshly turn when he learns that she owns a
yacht. When Diane compliments Joe on his moves, her escort gets jealous and a fight
ensues. Joe finds himself jobless and flees to the jungle where he learns the rumba from
the exotic Carmelita (Margo). He loves the dance and predicts that it will be the next fad. To
promote it, he and Margo open a new club in Havana. The place is a smash. Diane returns, is
wowed by both Joe and the dance and offers to bring back to his native New York. But Joe
came to Havana after ratting on a gangster and if he returns, will surely die. Still, he and
Margo decide to take the risk and their choice results in romance. The spectacular dance
numbers were choreographed by the famed dance team Veloz and Yolanda.

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Get both films for 20% off their individual prices!

BOLERO (1934)

Starring George Raft, Carole Lombard, Sally Rand, Frances Drake, William Frawley, Gertrude Michael, Ray Milland, Ann Sheridan Directed by Wesley Ruggles, Mitchell Leisen Print: black/white Runtime: 85 min. Genre: drama This is the story of an egotistical nightclub dance performer named Raoul, his determination to succeed at all costs, and the only woman in his life that truly matters to him, a dancing partner named Helen. (The highlight of the film is a dance performed atop a circular stage to a truncated version of Ravel's "Bolero.")

 

RUMBA (1935)

Starring George Raft, Carole Lombard, Lynne Overman, Margo, Gail Patrick Directed by Marion Gering Print: black/white Runtime: 80 min. Genre: drama Print Quality: B A follow-up to the highly successful Bolero, this lively romantic drama stars George Raft as Joe Martin, a Cuban-American dancer who lives and works in Havana with his lovely partner Goldie Allen until a bad case of varicose veins forces impacts his career. One night, the beauteous gringa heiress Diane Harrison (Carole Lombard) comes to the club. Joe is immediately smitten. His interest takes a less fleshly turn when he learns that she owns a yacht. When Diane compliments Joe on his moves, her escort gets jealous and a fight ensues. Joe finds himself jobless and flees to the jungle where he learns the rumba from the exotic Carmelita (Margo). He loves the dance and predicts that it will be the next fad. To promote it, he and Margo open a new club in Havana. The place is a smash. Diane returns, is wowed by both Joe and the dance and offers to bring back to his native New York. But Joe came to Havana after ratting on a gangster and if he returns, will surely die. Still, he and Margo decide to take the risk and their choice results in romance. The spectacular dance numbers were choreographed by the famed dance team Veloz and Yolanda.

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