Universal Rarities: Films of the 1930’s



Turner Classic Movies and Universal Studios Home Entertainment present Universal Rarities Films of the 1930s. Presented for the first time on DVD, these four films have been unavailable for years and are among the most requested titles of these popular stars. Now you can enjoy them again in one exclusive collection. MILLION DOLLAR LEGS (1932) Four screen legends are featured in key movies from their early film careers. W.C. Fields plays the nutty president of a nonsensical country that competes in the summer games in this Pre-Code musical-comedy. BELLE OF THE NINETIES (1934) In one of her most popular films, Mae West plays a St. Louis entertainer who relocates to New Orleans and becomes a nightclub sensation in this risque comedy-drama. ARTISTS AND MODELS (1937) Jack Benny headlines an amazing cast that includes Ida Lupino, Martha Raye, and Louis Armstrong, in this romantic comedy/musical revue. SOULS AT SEA (1937) Gary Cooper stars as ship captain opposed to the slave trade in this rousing period adventure co-starring George Raft and directed by Henry Hathaway (True Grit, 1969).

Additional information

Weight 0.52 oz
Dimensions 1 × 7.5 × 5.5 in


Aspect Ratio

1:33:1, 1:85:1




BW & Color


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