What with interesting observations from Lincoln D. Hurst and other film historians, as well as amusing on the set comments from Nanette Fabray, this is a gorgeous addition to the DVD bonus features.
Fabray was obviously in awe of beginning her film career with such biggies as Davis, Flynn and de Havilland, although she confesses that at the time she had no idea she was supposed to be impressed with director Michael Curtiz. She relates a story about missing her marks that shows Davis in a favorable light but is most amusing when indicating the crush she had on meeting Errol Flynn.
A pleasure to watch since it includes clips from the majestically photographed film which looks even more vibrant in its new DVD version and gives the viewer a brief glimpse of the film's initial reception from critics.
An appetizer that a viewer should watch before looking at the film itself. It will give you a fresh perspective on things.
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