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The Affairs of Susan

Nominated for an Oscar in 1946, The Affairs of Susan is a thoroughly entertaining romantic comedy starring Academy Award winning movie icon Joan Fontaine (Rebecca) in the title role. The film arrives on DVD for the very first time in the UK on 21 March 2016 thanks for Simply Media.

New York actress Susan is about to marry businessman Richard Aiken (Walter Abel - Holiday Inn), a man she has only known for a few weeks. But the wedding may be called off when Richard decides to hold a party to celebrate and invites three of Susan's former beaus. Each man recalls his experiences with Susan and every one has an entirely different impression of her personality! One describes her as a naive country girl who reluctantly becomes an actress, another paints a picture of a fun party girl and the third describes a serious intellectual. But which one is the real Susan?



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Air Cadet

Walt, Russ, Jerry and Sgt. Joe Czanoczek arrive at a training camp for primary training as US Air Force cadets during the Korean War. The four friends pass the demanding initial tests and make it into flight training, where cadet Russ Coulter (Richard Long - The Big Valley) meets and falls in love with Janet Page (Gail Russell - Angel and the Badman), the estranged wife of one of the instructors. Will a potential romantic triangle prevent Russ from qualifying as a fighter pilot? Or does the two men's rivalry run even deeper?

Helmed by Star Trek Director Joseph Pevney and starring Stephen McNally (No Way Out), James Best (The Dukes of Hazzard) and an appearance from Golden Globe winner Rock Hudson (Giant), this gripping aviation drama from 1951 makes its UK DVD debut on 21 March 2016 from Simply Media.



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A Man Called Gannon

A seasoned cowboy takes a young tender-foot under his wing in this compelling, action-packed western from 1968.

Gannon (Anthony Franciosa - A Face in the Crowd) is a lone drifter on the Kansas plains, he never looks for any trouble because trouble always manages to find him. When he takes on Jess (Michael Sarrazin - They Shoot Horses, Don't They?) a young Eastern pupil and teaches him the ways of the cowboy, the two end up in conflict with Beth (Judi West - The Fortune Cookie) a local widow, when she desires to erect a barbed wire fence to corral the cattle. And when Matty (Susan Oliver - Peyton Place), the local hooker with a heart of gold turns up, Beth must compete for Gannon's heart.

This thrilling feature also stars John Anderson (Psycho) and Gavin MacLeod (The Love Boat) and comes to DVD on 21 March 2016 courtesy of Simply Media.



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A Kiss Before Dying

Seeking wealth and status, university student Jonathan Corliss (Matt Dillon -There's Something About Mary) doesn't let anyone get in his way on his quest for the high life in the thrilling 1991 film noir A Kiss Before Dying which comes to DVD for the first time in the UK on 21 March 2016.

After seducing the gullible Dorothy Carlsson (Sean Young - Blade Runner) Jonathan appears to have the perfect in-road to the inheritance of her father - local copper refinery owner Thor Carlsson (Max von Sydow - Star Wars: The Force Awakens).

After realising Dorothy's accidental pregnancy will jeopardise relations with her ultra-rich family, Jonathan murders her and pursues the next option to get his hands on the Carlsson fortune - Dorothy's twin sister Ellen (Sean Young), who has promised to prove her sister's death was not a suicide, or to die trying.



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A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon

In this iconic coming-of-age story, Jimmy Reardon (River Phoenix - Stand By Me) spends his days hanging out and womanising with friend Fred Roberts (Matthew Perry - Friends) in the 1988 classic A Night In The Life Of Jimmy Reardon.

As the end of high school looms nearer, Jimmy faces two equally dauting life choices - either go to the business school his overbearing father (Paul Koslo - Vanishing Point) is pressuring him to attend, or elope to Hawaii with his girlfriend Lisa Bentwright (Meredith Salenger - Lake Placid).

Following Jimmy through a night of lust, friendship and bad decisions, this heartwarming and genuine account of teenage discovery is relatable across the ages.



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Arabella

Making a mockery of Italian and English stereotypes, the timeless 1967 film Arabella follows the good-intentioned efforts of its sultry namesake Arabella Danesi, played by the winner of 24 International film awards Virna Lisi (Latin Lover) as she attempts to save her grandmother Princess Ilaria (Margaret Rutherford - Castle In The Air) from crippling tax debts.

Using her womanly charms to con several men to part with their money, including General Sir Horace Gordon, Duke Pietro Moretti, a hotel manager and an insurance manager - all played by British comedian Terry-Thomas (Strange Bedfellows), Arabella expertly brings together European cinema and British humor and arrives on DVD in the UK for the first time on 21 March 2016.



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Murder

The innovative single drama Murder: Joint Enterprise, helmed by Birger Larsen - the director behind critically acclaimed Danish series The Killing, garnered a BAFTA award when it aired on the BBC Two and now, following the same unique format, the programme returns with three brand new films. They will air on BBC Two in March followed by a DVD release courtesy of RLJ Entertainment's Acorn Label.

Rich in forensic and psychological detail and with unique depth of characterisation, each of the films picks apart a murder in its terrible complexity. Murder The Complete Series comes to DVD on 21 March 2016 with the original Murder: Joint Enterprise on a bonus disc.

The stories dig deep into character and motive to unearth the hidden truths behind the riverside killing of a Scottish doctor; the disappearance of a wealthy philanthropist from her lover's home; and the cold-blooded murder of an off-duty policeman, in: The Third Voice directed by Birger Larsen, Lost Weekend directed by Paul Wright (For Those in Peril) and The Big Bang directed by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard (Neil Gaiman's Likely Stories).



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Occupied

From the makers of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and best-selling author Jo Nesbo comes the new Nordic sensation, political suspense thriller Occupied (Okkupert). Currently screening on Sky Arts as its top rated programme, this action-packed hit drama arrives on Blu-ray and DVD courtesy of Dazzler Media.

Set in the not so distant future where climate change has brought Europe to the brink of war, Henrik Mestad (Lilyhammer) stars as environmentally friendly prime minister Jasper Berg. He has convinced his voters that the best way to tackle climate change is to halt all oil production in Norway, sending the country and the rest of the world into crisis.

Unable to ignore calls from the rest of the world to intervene, Russia, at the behest of the EU, stages a 'silk-glove' invasion - to secure the oil for the rest of the world. They have, they say, every intention of retreating once this has been accomplished. But it's not long before events unfold that threaten to change everything.

Based on an idea by Jo Nesbo (Headhunters), this gripping, multi-layered 10-part series examines what happens to a nation under occupation, and explores the themes of loyalty to oneself, one's family and one's country. It comes to Blu-ray and DVD as Occupied Season 1 on 21 March 2016.



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