Nothing sacred (1937)
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Hazel Flagg is the small-town girl who mistakenly believes she's dying of radium poisoning. Sensing a great human interest story, exploitative journalist Wally Cook brings Hazel to New York City and turns her into a media darling, but Wally's strategy takes a sudden turn when he starts having feelings for the vulnerable Hazel.
Selznick International presents ; screen play by Ben Hecht ; directed by William A. Wellman ; produced by David O. Selznick.
New York, NY : Kino Lorber : Kino Classics, c2011.
1 DVD (73 min.) : sound, color
Selznick International Pictures
Wellman, William Augustus
Selznick, David O.
Carole Lombard, Fredric March, Charles Winninger, Walter Connolly, Sig Rumann, Margaret Hamilton.
Photography, W. Howard Greene; editor, James E. Newcom; music, Oscar Levant.
Videodisc release of the motion picture produced in 1937.
Suggested by a story by James H. Street.
Special feature: trailers.
"Mastered in HD from an original Technicolor nitrate 35mm print, preserved by the George Eastmen House Motion Picture Department."--Container.
Aspect ratio 1.33:1.
Street, James H. (James Howell), 1903-1954 Film adaptations.
Radiation injuries Drama.
Mass media United States Drama.