Back Street Two Film Collection DVD Set
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Back Street Two Film Collection DVD Set

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  • Format: DVD - Boxed Set
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Run Time: 196 Minutes
  • Region: 1 Region?
  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen / Fullscreen
  • Studio: TCM - Universal
  • DVD Release Date: May 17, 2012
  • Audio: ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Mono
  • Director: David Miller, Robert Stevenson
  • Cast: Susan Hayward , John Gavin, Margaret Sullavan, Richard Carlson, Tim Holt, Frank McHugh
  • Genre: Drama
  • Color: Black & White / Color
  • Includes:

    Digital Bonus Features on the DVD Include:
    • Introduction by Robert Osborne
    • Digital Image Gallery
      - Behind-the-Scenes Photo(s)
      - TCM Database Article
      - Publicity Still(s)
      - Lobby Card(s)
      - Movie Poster(s)
      - Scene Still(s)
      - Color Scene Stills
  • Release Date: 1941, 1961
Turner Classic Movies and Universal Studios Home Entertainment present Back Street: Two Movie Collection.

BACK STREET (1941)
The 1941 version of Back Street, directed by Robert Stevenson, stars Margaret Sullavan and Charles Boyer with vivid supporting roles by Richard Carlson, Frank McHugh and Tim Holt. Variety deemed the effort "a class A production" that packs a "hefty dramatic punch" and the movie was nominated for Best Music Scoring of a Dramatic Picture by Frank Skinner (Arabian Nights, 1942).

BACK STREET (1961)
For the lush 1961 color remake of Back Street, producer Ross Hunter (All That Heaven Allows, 1955) teamed Susan Hayward and John Gavin as the star-crossed lovers with Vera Miles, Charles Drake and Virginia Grey cast in prominent supporting roles. Directed by David Miller (Midnight Lace, 1960), this emotional remake garnered an Oscar® nomination for Best Costume Design by Jean Louis.