Kenneth Turan’s DVD Pick of the Week – Celebrating the Underrated Mitchell Leisen

Sadly neglected today, Mitchell Leisen was one of the deftest directors of the 1930s, and a pair of new Blu-ray releases from KL Studios shows us how good he could be. “Easy Living,” from 1937, stars Jean Arthur and Ray…

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Sadly neglected today, Mitchell Leisen was one of the deftest directors of the 1930s, and a pair of new Blu-ray releases from KL Studios shows us how good he could be.
“Easy Living,” from 1937, stars Jean Arthur and Ray Milland in a wacky screwball farce written by the great Preston Sturges.
“Death Takes A Holiday,” from 1934, stars the cool Frederick March as the Grim Reaper, determined to take a vacation like everybody else.

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