Norma Shearer's RIPTIDE, Katharine Hepburn's SONG OF LOVE, John Ford, Cary Grant: Warner Archives

 

Riptide Norma Shearer, Robert Montgomery, Herbert Marshall

The Norma Shearer-Robert Montgomery-Herbert Marshall melodrama Riptide (1934); a remastered version of None But the Lonely Heart (1944), which earned Cary Grant his second and last Best Actor Academy Award nomination and veteran stage player Ethel Barrymore her only Oscar; and the biopic Song of Love (1947), starring Katharine Hepburn (as Clara Wieck), Paul Henreid (as Robert Schumann), and Robert Walker (as Johannes Brahms) are among the seven latest additions to the Warner Archives' DVDs.

The other four movies are:

  • Between Two Worlds (1944), the worlds being those of the living and the dead, with John Garfield, Paul Henreid, and Eleanor Parker;
  • John Ford's Flesh (1932), starring Wallace Beery, Ricardo Cortez, and Karen Morley;
  • the film noir Crack-Up (1946), with Pat O'Brien and Claire Trevor;
  • and The Conquerors (1932), RKO's attempt to repeat the success of its Oscar-winning Cimarron, starring the earlier film's leading man, Richard Dix, and Ann Harding.
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