Flesh And Fantasy (1943) Available March 28

First, a drowning during Mardi Gras leads to a bitter woman’s masked reckoning. Next, an upstanding citizen is driven to madness and murder by a palm reader’s prophesy. Finally, a circus tightrope walker is haunted by dreams of a mysterious woman and his own death.

One of the first horror anthology films made by an American studio – and two years before Dead of Night – award-winning director Julien Duvivier (PÉPÉ LE MOKO) delivers Flesh And Fantasy, three strange and at times surreal stories of the supernatural with an all-star cast that includes Edward G. Robinson (Soylent Green), Barbara Stanwyck (Double Indemnity), and Charles Boyer (Gaslight), who also co-produced. Stunningly photographed by Oscar winner Stanley Cortez (The Magnificent Ambersons, The Night of the Hunter) and lushly scored by Oscar nominee Alexander Tansman, Vinegar Syndrome Labs presents the Blu-ray debut of this landmark in 1940s genre filmmaking, newly restored in 2K and featuring insightful critical appreciations along with rare archival materials.

STARRING: Edward G. Robinson, Charles Boyer, Barbara Stanwyck

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