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A six-title set devoted to a favorite actress of her generation, one who could be vulnerable or charming â€" but if the script called for it, also capable of taking your head off. Films include Douglas Sirk's There's Always Tomorrow (1956) and All I Desire (1953), along with Interns Can't Take Money (1937), The Great Man's Lady (1942), The Lady Gambles (1949) and The Bride Wore Boots (1946), which features a 7-year-old Natalie Wood.