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Enter to Win A Copy of A Letter to Three Wives on Blu-ray Disc

We have two copies on Blu-ray available of the drama A Letter to Three Wives from 20th Century Fox available for a giveaway. See below for details and information on how to enter.

Enter to Win a Copy of A Letter to Three Wives

Available on Blu-ray September 17

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Synopsis:

Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s timeless Best Picture Nominee and two-time Oscar® winner* (Best Directing and Best Screenplay) is even more intriguing on Blu-ray™. Ann Sothern, Linda Darnell and Jeanne Crain star as three women whose boat trip is delayed when they receive a letter from a friend who claims to have run off with one of their husbands.

 

*1949: Directing (won), Screenplay (won), Best Picture (nominated).

Special Features:

  • Commentary with Kenneth Geist, Cheryl Lower and Christopher Mankiewicz
  • Biography: Linda Darnell: Hollywood’s Fallen Angel
  • Fox Movietone News: Oscars Presented For Achievements in Motion Pictures
  • Theatrical Trailer

 

For a chance to win your copy of the Blu-ray just visit us on Facebook and answer the question below:

Which two Oscars nominations did Joseph L. Mankiewicz receive for A Letter To Three Wives?

A. Best Directing and Best Screenplay

B. Best Directing and Best Picture

C. Best Screenplay and Best Editing

D. Best Picture and Best Cinematography

 

Be sure to follow Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment on Twitter  @FoxHomeEnt for the latest Blu-ray & DVD releases

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