The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing (1955) DVD9
The early 1900s, New York. Famed architect Stanford White (Ray Milland) becomes infatuated with chorus girl Evelyn Nesbit (Joan Collins). They launch into a mad affair despite their disparity in ages and the fact that he loves his wife Elizabeth (Frances Fuller). Evelyn's mother (Glenda Farrell) is powerless to stop the romance, and White eventually comes to his senses and packs Evelyn off to a girls' school, all expenses paid. But deranged young millionaire Harry K. Thaw (Farley Granger) stalks Evelyn, proclaiming his love and pushing himself into her affairs, as much to spite White as for Evelyn's own sake. Evelyn finally agrees to marry Thaw, but his insane jealousy grows as he tortures her with questions and accusations. Deciding that his pride can no longer take the insult, Thaw impulsively shoots White to death at the rooftop theatre of the Madison Square Garden. Thus begins the biggest scandal of the new century.

DVD9 | NTSC 16:9 | 01:48:49 | 7.27 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English, Espanol
Subtitles: English, Espanol, Francais

Director: Richard Fleischer
Actors: Ray Milland, Joan Collins, Farley Granger, Luther Adler, Cornelia Otis Skinner, Glenda Farrell
Country: USA

- Commentary by author Aubrey Solomon
- Isolated Score track
- Featurette From Ingenue to Icon
- Galleries of photos, magazine covers, advertising
- Trailer
- Interactive pressbook
- Press release

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