Great Offer! The Philadelphia Story 1940 on DVD.
The Philadelphia Story, Celebrities Tracey Lord, and S.K. Dexter Haven got married spontaneously; Both their marriage and divorce were emotional. They broke up when Dexter’s drinking became excessive, a mechanism to overcome Tracy’s unforgiving attitude towards Dexter’s shortcomings. Two years after their divorce, Tracy remarries in a ceremony at her family’s mansion. Her new fiance is nouveau riche businessman and aspiring politician George Kittredge, an otherwise ordinary man who adores Tracy. The day before the wedding, three unexpected guests arrive at the Lord’s mansion: Macaulay Connor (Mike’s friends) and Elizabeth Imprey – friends of Tracy’s absent brother Junius – and Dexter. He works for the tabloid Spy and arranges with Sidney Kidd’s editor and the editor to do a story about Tracy’s wedding – the wedding of the year – with photos of Tracy’s father so Kidd won’t publish the expensive story. Seth Lord with New York dancer Tina Marra. In fact, Mike and Liz are spy reporters and photographers. Mike and Liz don’t particularly like this job or working for the kids, but their other chosen professions, like serious writing and illustration, don’t pay the bills. A suspicious Tracy is on their trail, and when Dexter admits the truth, he decides to turn things around for Mike and Liz. But just hours before the wedding, cocky Dexter and Liz wonder how to protect the Lords from spy threats, and Tracy and Mike embark on a journey of self-discovery with Tracy, both drunk. His perception is slightly faster than Mike’s.
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