The Bad Sister DVD

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Hollywood icons Bette Davis (Dangerous) and Humphrey Bogart (Casablanca) star in this dizzying small-town drama. Naïve Marianne Madison (Sidney Fox) is fed up with the dull routine in her life... Seeking an escape, she becomes smitten with brooding and handsome con artist Valentine Corliss (Humphrey Bogart), who lands in her small town looking for new opportunities to exploit. Valentine soon sweet-talks Marianne into gaining her wealthy father's endorsement for his latest moneymaking scheme, and disappears with the profits. Heartbroken, Marianne returns home and begs... her jilted fiancé Dick (Conrad Nigel) for forgiveness. By now, though, he has turned his attention to Marianne's enchanting older sister, Laura (Bette Davis) [show more]

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Released
18 April 2016
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Simply Media 
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Features
PAL 
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5019322644491 
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Hobart Henley directs this 1930s drama based on the novel 'The Flirt' by Booth Tarkington. Bored with her routine, mundane life, Marianne Madison (Sidney Fox) is more than excited when mysterious con artist Valentine Corliss (Humphrey Bogart) comes to town. As she finds herself falling for his dashing good looks and debonair charm, Marianne abandons her fiancé Dick (Conrad Nagel) and runs away with Valentine, becoming nothing more than a pawn in the con man's games. After Valentine tricks Marianne into marrying him, she realises who he really is and returns home, begging for forgiveness. Her former fiancé, however, has since turned his attentions to Marianne's younger sister, Laura (Bette Davis), leaving Marianne feeling replaced and alone.