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True Confession (1937) on DVD + Cross My Heart (1946) DVD-R

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True confession (1937)

 Starring Carole Lombard, Fred MacMurray, John Barrymore, Una Merkel, Porter Hall
Directed by Wesley Ruggles

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

Screen legends Carole Lombard, Fred MacMurray and John Barrymore star in the screwball comedy True Confession. Helen Bartlett (Lombard) would never bore anyone with the truth. A chronic liar married to a struggling lawyer (MacMurray), the aspiring writer claims she is innocent when the cops accuse her of murder. Unable to tell if she is really telling the truth, Helen's husband pleads self-defense and manages to convince the jury. After her newfound notoriety makes them rich, a mysterious blackmailer (Barrymore) threatens to reveal the real killer's name unless Helen pays for his silence.

Cross My Heart (1946)

Starring Betty Hutton, Sonny Tufts, Rhys Williams, Ruth Donnelly, Al Bridge
Directed by John Berry

Print: black/white
Runtime: 85 min.
Genre: comedy
Print Quality: B

This 1946 production/1947 release is a slight remake of 1937's "True Confession"---Hutton 
sings three songs and Carole Lombard didn't---with the heroine not adverse to telling a 
small (or big) white lie when she deems the situation can be improved. Peggy Harper (Betty 
Hutton)moves from the chorus line to the position of private secretary to a pawing producer, 
primarily so her lawyer-fiancee Oliver Clarke (Sonny Tufts)can be the benefactor of the 
producer's truck-load legal business. But she is forced to flee the office one night, to 
protect her assets, and leaves her hat, coat and purse behind. It should come as no 
surprise that the producer turns up dead and Peggy is accused of the deed...especially with 
Preston Sturges-favorite Alan Bridge the detective working the case. Peggy, not doing a 
whole lot to prove otherwise, is soon on trial for murder.

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