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Twist And Shout

Hollywood's silver screen couple, Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, teamed for this 1953 Technicolor entertainment about the life of famed illusionist Harry Houdini. Directed by George Marshall (Destry Rides Again), Houdini traces the fascinating life of the world's foremost illusionist and escapologist (portrayed by Tony Curtis, Some Like it Hot), from his early years working the Coney Island sideshows, where he'll meet his future bride Bess (Janet Leigh, Psycho), to career heights performing for dignitaries and royalty across the globe. Houdini's fame would not lessen his quest for answers to life after death. His search for the answer would eventually lead to his most complex and dangerous performance.
Hollywood's silver screen couple, Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, teamed for this 1953 Technicolor entertainment about the life of famed illusionist Harry Houdini. Directed by George Marshall (Destry Rides Again), Houdini traces the fascinating life of the world's foremost illusionist and escapologist (portrayed by Tony Curtis, Some Like it Hot), from his early years working the Coney Island sideshows, where he'll meet his future bride Bess (Janet Leigh, Psycho), to career heights performing for dignitaries and royalty across the globe. Houdini's fame would not lessen his quest for answers to life after death. His search for the answer would eventually lead to his most complex and dangerous performance.
887090129411

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Format: DVD
Label: OLV
Rel. Date: 11/15/2016
UPC: 887090129411

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Hollywood's silver screen couple, Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, teamed for this 1953 Technicolor entertainment about the life of famed illusionist Harry Houdini. Directed by George Marshall (Destry Rides Again), Houdini traces the fascinating life of the world's foremost illusionist and escapologist (portrayed by Tony Curtis, Some Like it Hot), from his early years working the Coney Island sideshows, where he'll meet his future bride Bess (Janet Leigh, Psycho), to career heights performing for dignitaries and royalty across the globe. Houdini's fame would not lessen his quest for answers to life after death. His search for the answer would eventually lead to his most complex and dangerous performance.
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