The Affairs of Susan DVD


Oscar-winning screen idol Joan Fontaine (Suspicion, Rebecca) stars as Susan Darrell, a stunning but naïve actress from New York who is about to get married. Though she only met her fiancé Richard (Walter Abel) a few weeks previously, the lovebirds are set on tying the knot and throw a party to celebrate. Mingling amongst their guests, Richard finds three former because of Susan's and starts probing them on how they met. All the men clearly still carry a torch for Susan, but each of them knows a very different woman not so naïve after all. Broadway big-shot Roger... (George Brent), Millionaire Mike (Don DeFore) and novelist Bill (Dennis O'Keefe) each give Richard a conflicting portrait of his fiancée. With their wedding rapidly approaching, Richard is left wondering exactly what kind of woman he will be facing at the altar William A. Seiter (Laurel and Hardy Sons of the Desert) directs an all-star cast in this sharp, witty comedy-drama as chaotic and enchanting as Susan herself. Also stars Byron Barr. [show more]

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21 March 2016
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Joan Fontaine stars in this classic 1940s romantic comedy directed by William A. Seiter. As New York actress Susan Darell (Fontaine) prepares to wed her new beau Richard Aiken (Walter Abel), she finds herself the subject of intrigue at a party thrown for their engagement. Three of Susan's former lovers - Roger Berton (George Brent), Mike Ward (Don DeFore) and Bill Anthony (Dennis O'Keefe) - are in attendance at the party and as they recount stories of the Susan they once knew, Richard realises that he has no idea who the woman is that he is about to marry.

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