Los Angeles Times - - CLASSIC HOLLYWOOD -

Bette Davis fans — and just who out there isn’t? — are in for a treat thanks to Warner Ar­chive. Four Davis flicks made their DVD de­buts Tues­day, in­clud­ing two with the won­der­ful king of the pre-Code flicks War­ren Wil­liam — the 1932 po­lit­i­cal com­edy “The Dark Horse,” which also stars Guy Kibbee, and 1936’s “Satan Met a Lady,” Warner Bros.’ sec­ond adap­ta­tion of Dashiell Ham­mett’s “The Mal­tese Fal­con.” Round­ing out the new re­leases are the 1935 crime drama “Se­cret Agent,” with her fre­quent costar Ge­orge Brent and Ri­cardo Cortez, and the 1948 ro­man­tic com­edy “June Bride,” also star­ring Robert Mont­gomery. “June Bride” also marked Deb­bie Reynolds’ film de­but.

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THE VER­SA­TIL­ITY of Bette Davis is re­flected in the DVDs.

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