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Damaged Lives Dvd

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Item details

Condition
Like New
Format
DVD
Region
DVD: 1 (US, CA)
Rating
NR
Genre
Drama
Edition
Standard Edition
UPC
689721164118
Director
Edgar G. Ulmer, John Warner
Region Code
DVD: 1 (US, Canada...)
Former Rental
No
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Movie/TV Title
Damaged Lives
California Prop 65 Warning
na
DVD Edition Year
2004
Language
English
Case Type
Tall/DVD Case
Modification Description
no
ASIN
B00UGQ6UI4
binding
DVD
Region Code
1
ean
0689721164118
Brand
Sinister
Leading Role
Lyman Williams
Season
na
Special Features
na
Music Artist
na
Actor
Lyman Williams

About this item

Damaged Lives

 

Young Donny (Lyman Williams) is a rising executive who makes the mistake of cheating on his fiancée (Diane Sinclair) with an attractive blonde (Charlotte Miriam). Some time later Donny gets a call from the blonde with some very personal, very bad news (she has VD, and probably so does he). She kills herself. Donny has a hard time coming to terms with the horrible facts, especially since his wife is pregnant and probably also infected. A doctor (Jason Robards, Sr.) tries to get Don to accept his condition by taking him on a "shock-filled" tour of a disease ward. He passes out. His wife hallucinates when she hears the news. With time, perhaps they can rebuild their lives...Filmed in 1933, this cautionary tale was not released in America until 1937, at which time it was a big hit. As one of he first pictures by fledgling director Edgar G. Ulmer (DETOUR, THE BLACK CAT) it's far from the hysterical camp that aficionados of roadshow fare like REEFER MADNESS might hope for. Aside from a few florid touches, It's a nicely photographed, sensitively handled look at this "unspeakable" malady (syphilis) and its effects on a series of people who contract it. Ulmer loosely adapted the story from the 1913 stage play DAMAGED GOODS by Eugene Brieux.

 

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