Blast From the Past: No Man of Her Own

Recently Olive Films released “No Man of Her Own” on DVD. This is the first time it is appearing on home video in any format.

My original review linked below was from a bootleg copy back in 2008.

https://twentyfourframes.wordpress.com/2008/12/02/no-man-of-her-own-1950-leisen/?preview=true&preview_id=685&preview_nonce=f3314a84c3

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4 comments on “Blast From the Past: No Man of Her Own

  1. Brandie says:

    Thanks for the heads-up about this release! I saw this one several years ago (and much preferred it to Mrs. Winterbourne, which I saw first). I agree with you that John Lund was not so great here– it’s Stanwyck who makes this one relatively enjoyable (even though she IS a little old to be playing the role, as you point out).

    • John Greco says:

      I too like this film and Stanwyck is always a treat to watch. I am going to have to upgrade, the bootleg I have is not of very good quality.

  2. Sam Juliano says:

    John, I ordered this Olive Films release yesterday on Amazon! It does indeed deserve the quality shout out you afford it here!

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