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Ida Lupino: Filmmaker Collection
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Ida Lupino: Filmmaker Collection on Blu-ray

Four-disc set includes: Not Wanted (1949) Small-town waitress Sally Kelton (Sally Forrest) thought her one-nighter with jazzman Steve Ryan (Leo Penn) was true love, so she pulled up stakes and followed him to his next gig. After being let down hard, she appreciated the kind attentions of veteran/entrepreneur Drew Baxter (Keefe Brasselle)... but the discovery she was with Ryan's child set up tragic complications. Social drama from Ida Lupino, who produced and completed the directing chores for the credited and stricken Elmer Clifton. Never Fear (1949) Just as she was achieving professional traction, cabaret dancer Carol Williams (Sally Forrest) received a devastating diagnosis of polio. As she bitterly pushes away stage partner and fiancé Guy Richards (Keefe Brasselle), she resignedly enters into rehab... where the examples set by her fellow patients may put her on the road to recovery. Markedly personal project for director/co-writer Ida Lupino also stars Hugh O'Brian (in his first credited role), Eve Miller, Herb Butterfield, Larry Dobkin. The Hitch-Hiker (1953) Based on the facts of the Billy Cook killing spree of the early '50s, this riveting film noir classic follows two family men on a fishing trip as they make the deadly mistake of picking up a psychotic thumb-tripper. Taking control inside the car, the deranged hitchhiker promises to kill his benefactors once they reach their destination. Director Ida Lupino's film boasts fine performances from Edmond O'Brien, Frank Lovejoy, and William Talman. The Bigamist (1953) Deceit and adultery highlight this film noir drama, directed by and featuring Ida Lupino. Married travelling salesman Harry Graham (Edmond O'Brien) has an affair with diner cook Phyllis Martin (Lupino) and weds her after learning she's pregnant. Hundreds of miles away, Graham's other spouse, Eve (Joan Fontaine), attempts to adopt a child and learns of her husband's secret life. With Edmund Gwenn, Kenneth Tobey.

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