6 Classic Films on 2 DVD's. Featuring "Too Late For Tears", "Lady of Burlesque", "Blonde Ice", "The Strange Love of Martha Ivers", "A Life at Stake" and "Please Murder Me". "The Strange Love Of Martha Ivers" - A predatory female (Stanwyck) plots to rid herself of a meek husband (Douglas) and silence a former lover (Heflin) who may have witnessed the "untimely" death of her mean-spirited, wealthy stepmother. "Too Late For Tears" - Pennies from heaven quickly turn to blood money when a married couple (Scott, Kennedy) mistakenly receives a satchel of stolen cash and the faithless wife schemes to keep the loot for herself! "Lady Of Burlesque" - A striptease artist (Stanwyck) is up to her neck in trouble when two fellow dancers are found strangled by their own g-strings and she becomes the prime suspect! "Blonde Ice" - A blonde bombshell (Brooks) rises from humble beginnings to become a successful society columnist by romancing wealthy men who all die under mysterious circumstances. One of the most deadly femme fatales in the history of film noir! "A Life At Stake" - An enterprising businesswoman (Lansbury) has big plans for an out-of-work architect (Andes) - a lucrative job and an illicit love affair. Unfortunately for him, her plans also include murder! "Please Murder Me" - A sultry femme fatale (Lansbury) accused of killing her husband tricks a love-smitten attorney (Burr) into acquitting her. But when the lawyer learns he's been duped, he sets an ingenious trap to bring the murderess to justice.
DVD Special Features: Bonus Feature: Film Noir Poster Gallery
Audio Tracks: Dolby Digital Stereo