Posted Mon Sep 16, 2013 at 01:00 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
Four classic films starring the celebrated actress are debuting on Blu-ray in November.
In an early announcement to retailers, Cohen Media Group is preparing 'The Vivien Leigh Anniversary Collection' for Blu-ray on November 19.
Cohen Media Group celebrates the films of Hollywood legend Vivien Leigh with this superlative collection of classics including: 'Dark Journey,' 'Fire Over England,' 'Sidewalks of London,' and 'Storm In a Tea Cup.'
'Dark Journey' - Madeline Goddard (Leigh), is a British double agent who meets and falls in love with a German spy Baron Karl Von Marwitz (Conrad Veidt) during WWI. This tale of espionage blends high adventure and romance making perfect order from wartime chaos and growing faith from despair.
'Fire Over England' - Spain and England clash in this exciting war adventure. After a foiled plot to depose Queen Elizabeth I, Michael Ingolby (Laurence Olivier) goes undercover to infiltrate the court of King Phillip the II of Spain.
'Sidewalks of London' - Charles Saggers (Charles Laughton) adds a talented dancer and pickpocket, Libby (Leigh), to his sidewalk act in London theater district. Theater patron, Harley Prentiss (Rex Harrison) is impressed by Libby's dancing. A theatrical career is launched when Libby attends Prentiss' after-the-play-party alone.
'Storm in a Tea Cup' - An English newspaper reporter, Frank Burdon (Rex Harrison), meets the beautiful Victoria Gow (Leigh), daughter of a wealthy legal figure in town. When Leigh's father orders an impoverished woman's dog be destroyed, Frank tries to save the dog's life.
Technical specs and supplements have not been detailed yet, but suggested list price for the 2-Disc set is $59.98.
You can find the latest specs for 'The Vivien Leigh Anniversary Collection' linked from our Blu-ray Release Schedule, where it's indexed under November 19.
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