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DECEPTION
1946, Warner Bros., 115 min, Dir: Irving Rapper

Aspiring pianist Christine Radcliffe (Bette Davis) is reunited with her lover, cellist Karel Novak (Paul Henreid), whom she feared had died in a Nazi concentration camp. Unfortunately, she’s now the mistress of renowned composer Alexander Hollenius (Claude Rains), who is as creative manipulating human emotions as he is conducting an orchestra. Featuring a soaring score by the legendary Erich Wolfgang Korngold. Lovers of classical music will be swept away by the rapturous music; lovers of classic Hollywood will relish the arch tête-a-tête between Bette Davis and, at his vitriolic best, the incomparable Claude Rains.


RETURN FROM WITCH MOUNTAIN
1978, Walt Disney Pictures, 95 min, Dir: John Hough

Sinister forces from this world align against two young space travelers from another in this sequel to the Disney family favorite. Ike Eisenmann and Kim Richards return as the telekinetic teens, with Christopher Lee and Bette Davis as a villainous scientist and his patron, respectively.


DEAD RINGER
1964, Warner Bros., 116 min, USA, Dir: Paul Henreid

This well-crafted thriller provides a double dose of deception with Bette Davis playing twin sisters driven apart by love and money. When one kills the other to assume her identity, she faces hurdles in the form of two boyfriends - police sergeant Karl Malden and unscrupulous playboy Peter Lawford.


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