This box set qualifies as a Bargain of the Week! On seven discs are some of Grace Kelly’s best movies:
Mogambo—1953 (Academy Award nomination for Best Actress in a Supporting Role)

Dial M for Murder—1954 fine Hitchcock murder mystery with Ray Milland
Special Features: Hitchcock and Dial M and 3D: A Brief History/Original 1954 Theatrical trailer

The Country Girl—1954 (7 Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture)

The Bridges at Toko-Ri—1954 with William Holden

To Catch a Thief—1955 Alfred Hitchcock classic with a great Cary Grant performance
Special Features: Commentary by Peter Bogdanovich & Laurent Bouzereau;
Writing and Casting To Catch a Thief; The Making of To Catch a Thief;
Alfred Hitchcock and To Catch a Thief: An Appreciation;
Edith Head: The Paramount Years; Theatrical Trailer

High Society—1956 musical with Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby
Special Features: Cole Porter in Hollywood: True Love;
Millionaire Droopy [1956 MGM Cartoon];
Gala Premiere for High Society [Newsreel];
Radio Ads [Audio Only]; Theatrical Trailer

Also Includes Grace Kelly’s last television interview (by Pierre Salinger)

If you’re a fan of Grace Kelly, you’ll love this wonderful collection! GRADE: A

15 thoughts on “THE GRACE KELLY COLLECTION [Blu-ray]

  1. Sergio (Tipping My Fedora)

    I would probably get this just for HIGH SOCIETY which shoudl look great as it was originally shot in the large format process, VistaVision (like TO CATCH A THIEF) – I do like MOGAMBO but I wish they would release RED DUST on Blu-ray too (maybe as an extra) – still, with its misture of wilms by paramount, Warners and MGM this is a greta mixture – thanks George.

    1. george Post author

      Sergio, I’m with you on RED DUST. Hopefully, we’ll see it in Blu-ray format in a year or two. This box set gives a lot of value for the price.

  2. Patti Abbott

    Certainly the most beautiful blonde to ever grace a screen. My favorite is REAR WINDOW even though she is there to be looked at mostly.

    1. george Post author

      Patti, I have the “deluxe” version of REAR WINDOW to watch after I correct all the exams I’ve giving this week (yes, it’s Test Time again).

  3. Richard R.

    But you don’t state that great price. Of those films, TO CATCH A THEIF and HIGH SOCIETY would be my favorites.

  4. Richard R.

    I’m not a Como fan, but for those who are…

    He made five films: Something for the Boys (1944), March of Time (1945), Doll Face (1945), If I’m Lucky (1946), and Words and Music (1948)

  5. Jeff Meyerson

    You scoff, Rick, but Perry Como used to tape his television show on Avenue M in Brooklyn, about half a mile from where I grew up. Our landlord’s daughter was a huge fan and used to go to the tapings all the time. They also filmed THE COSBY SHOW there years later.

    No, it’s not Bing’s singing per se but rather the hypocrisy of his life.


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