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Edgar G. Ulmer Collection #1, The: The Strange Woman/ Moon Over Harlem (1946)
Rating:
Starring: Hedy Lamarr, Cora Green, Bud Harris, Louis Hayward, Alec Lovejoy, George Sanders
Director:
Category: Classic, Drama
Studio: Image Ent.
Subtitles:
[None]
Length:
167 mins

 
 

 

Edgar G. Ulmer was a pioneer of independent cinema, who created personal and visionary works on a shoestring budget from the lower eschelons of Hollywood's "Poverty Row."All Day Entertainment is proud to celebrate the artistry of Edgar Ulmer with this multi-volume collection, presenting some of Ulmer's best features in new, digitally mastered editions from fully restored, archival film elements.

The Strange Woman is one of Ulmer's few studio pictures, with an A-list cast and a healthy budget.Star Hedy Lamarr specifically asked for Edgar Ulmer to direct, and the result is "one of her best performances" says Leonard Maltin.

During the 1930's, Edgar Ulmer made several ethnic pictures, and became celebrated as a champion of minorities.The director once called Moon Over Harlem a "Black Porgy and Bess."Made for just $8,000, this once lost 1939 gem features a rare screen appearance by jazz legend Sidney Bechet.