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The first title on the double bill is one of the rare instances where "B" film director Ulmer was given a grade "A" cast to work with… and he doesn't disappoint. THE STRANGE WOMAN: Screen vixen Hedy Lamarr gives one of her finest performances as a strong-willed young lady in 19th-Century Maine, who affects the lives of three very different men. RT: 100 min, B&W, 1.33:1, NR, 1946 DISHONORED LADY: A taut little thriller, Lamarr plays a glamorous but neurotic art director for a leading women's magazine who finds herself under suspicion of murder. RT: 82 min, B&W, 1.33:1, NR, 1947

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UE5001 Dishonored Lady/Strange Woman DVD (1946/7/Hedy Lamarr/George Sanders) $5.99