I give this restored rare vignette 5 stars primarily because of magnificent Marsha Hunt--not just because she stars in the first story with the great Edward G. Robinson, but because she "sparkles" in the special interview at the end of the CD. Marsha is one of Hollywood's most endearing actresses of the Golden Age. She remains vivacious, charming and eager to share glorious anecdotes from her fantastic career in cinema. She is radiantly beautiful at 92 years of age, and her vivid recall of days past and the legendary performers she knew is awesome. Always modest concerning her own tremendous accomplishments, she lavishes praise on those who served Hollywood so well at its zenith. Marsha continues to be active in all sorts of entertainment and is a sterling example of dedication to professionalism without sacrificing principle.
Marsha's interview alone is well worth the price of this CD, but the unique nature of the format in this dual film treat and rare perfomances of its stars make for a most rewarding view into cinema-making history. A "light weight" production it is, but yet a ground-breaking piece of entertainment in its own right. I highly recommend it for anyone interested in vignette film making and, of course anyone who loves Marsha Hunt.