WARNER ARCHIVE: Forbidden Hollywood Collection, Vol. 7

The Forbidden Hollywood line continues with the announced release of Forbidden Hollywood Collection, Vol. 7 from the Warner Archive Collection.

The 4-disc set includes: The Hatchet Man (1932), Skyscraper Souls (1932), Employees’ Entrance (1933) and Ex-Lady (1933).

This new set adds to the total of over 1,100 Warner Archive titles exclusively available for rent at ClassicFlix.com.

Forbidden Hollywood, Volume Seven shines the spotlight on four of the era’s most scandalous sizzlers starring Edward G. Robinson, Bette Davis, Loretta Young and quintessential screen scoundrel Warren William in two of his best.

The Hatchet Man (1932)
A Tong executioner (Robinson) allows his wife (Young) to run off with a gangster only to learn she’s been sold into prostitution.

Skyscraper Souls (1932)
A financier (William) stops at nothing to gain control of a 100-story office building and a "naive" Maureen O’Sullivan.

Employees’ Entrance (1933)
A tyrannical department store manager (William) chases after profits and Loretta Young.

Ex-Lady (1933)
An artist (Davis) who doesn’t believe in marriage reluctantly weds her lover (Gene Raymond) only to discover he’s seeing another woman.

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