An opportunity to buy a brand-new PAL DVD of one of the great British romantic comedies of the later 1930s:
The Divorce of Lady X, 1937, starring Merle Oberon and Laurence Olivier
In beautiful colour by Technicolor
Director: Tim Whelan
Cast: Merle Oberon and Laurence Olivier, with Binnie Barnes, Ralph Richardson and Morton Selten
Running time: approximately 91 minutes
The source material is excellent – with great picture and sound quality.
The Technicolor is superb
Complete with closing “End”.
Your brand-new DVD disc will be copied from this source material (without any artwork), and will be supplied in a clear plastic wallet, NOT in a DVD case.
Note that the picture attached is for illustrative purposes only.
Region 2: IMPORTANT NOTE for American, Canadian and other non-Region 2 buyers:
You will need a multi-region DVD player to play this disc.
This Technicolor film was produced by Alexander Korda for London Film Productions, from a screenplay by Ian Dalrymple and Arthur Wimperis, which was adapted by Lajos Biró from the play, Counsel’s Opinion by Gilbert Wakefield. The music score was by Miklós Rózsa and Lionel Salter and the beautiful colour cinematography by Harry Stradling.
The film was a remake of the 1933 film, Counsel’s Opinion, also made by London Films and in which Binnie Barnes appeared in the role now played by Merle Oberon.
Synopsis: Leslie Steele (Merle Oberon), a guest at a costume party is forced to stay overnight in a hotel because of a particularly bad London fog. As there are no rooms available, Steele talks her way into sharing a suite with Everard Logan (Laurence Olivier), a handsome but somewhat stiff lawyer. They spend the night together, quite chastely, but Logan becomes convinced that Leslie must be married. His conviction is confirmed when an old school friend, Lord Mere (Ralph Richardson) arrives and asks Everard to represent him in a divorce case against his wife, Lady Claire (Binnie Barnes).
Please read all the details of this listing so you know exactly what you are buying.
What will I receive? Your film will come on a DVD-R disc in a plastic DVD sleeve with no artwork. The title of the film will be written on the sleeve for your convenience.
Region 2 - PAL
Note: This DVD does not contain any menus.
This film is now in the public domain.