I was delighted with this part because it was a change of pace, Bette Davis said about playing Louise Elliott in The Sisters. I was always challenged by a new type of person to play. Louise is a most appealing type of person, a warm, intelligent womanwho loses her heart to a charming neer-do-well (Errol Flynn, in his first film with Davis) who marries, then deserts her. It takes the pandemonium of the San Francisco earthquake and two years of heartache to reunite them. Anita Louise and Jane Bryan co-star as Louises sisters, whose own marital trials add more hankies to this prestige melodrama bookended by the 1904 and 1908 Presidential elections and enriched by a nod to the dawning womens movement. **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.