Safe in Hell DVD

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Gilda (Dorothy Mackaill) thought she had fallen as far as a woman could fall when she got a call telling her a client was requesting her “services.” But when the client turns out to be the man responsible for her fall from grace, Gilda flies into a murderous rage. Taking it on the lam, Gilda finds shelter in the arms of a sailor boyfriend (Donald Cook) who smuggles her to sanctuary and safety, or so he thinks. In reality he has booked her a bridal suite in hell. Too long imprisoned by obscurity, Safe in Hell is released at last. This pre-code crime classic, touted at the time as “Not For Children,” is frank, startling and arresting, as gripping today as it was eight decades ago. Directed by William A. Wellman, Safe in Hell is full of terrors and delights, including the most striking ensemble seen this side of Freaks and a truly twisted stunner of a finale.

**Please be aware that this is a manufactured on demand disc that was created using a DVD-R disc. It should play in all standard DVD players.
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Technical Specs
  • Format: DVD [MOD]
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Run Time: 74 Minutes
  • Region: 1 Region?
  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen
  • Studio: Warner Archives
  • DVD Release Date: November 8, 2011
  • Audio: ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Mono
  • Color: Black & White
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Safe in Hell - A Thoughtful Allegory

By pauldoren

from Brunswick, ME

About Me Movie Buff


  • Engaging Characters
  • Entertaining
  • Original


    Best Uses

    • Adult Viewers
    • At Home

    Comments about this product:

    This would be wonderful movie for a thoughtful group of adults interested in discussing life, responsibility, and what exists for them "in the beyond" after death. If one watches the movie with eye towards allegory, the viewer moves to another level in which the characters take on roles not anticipated. Is the law enforcement officer Satan? Who are the voyeurs? What about the sailor/fiancé? What is intended by sheriff's offer at the trial? Is the cinematography in the final scene meant to signify redemption because of the woman's decision to spurn the offer? I don't know, but there is enough here to think about.

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