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Best known today for the sublime film noir Gilda (1946), Hungarian born director Charles Vidor first came to the United States in 1922, after serving in the Austro-Hungarian army during the Great War (AKA World War I). After working as an assistant to Sir Alexander Korda, he made a short film in 1929 that got him a contract with Universal Pictures to work in the editorial department; after doing some uncredited work on The Mask of Fu Manchu (1932), he made his official directorial debut with the Poverty Row feature Sensational Hunters (1933). For his sophomore effort, he went to Paramount, where they were adapting the Broadway hit Double Door; unavailable on home video for years, Kino has licensed the movie from Universal (the current rights holder) for its Blu-ray debut.



Double Door (1934)



Released: 04 May 1934
Rated: N/A
Runtime: 75 min




Director: Charles Vidor
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