The Last of the Belles DVD (1974)
F. Scott Fitzgerald (Richard Chamberlain) and Zelda Fitzgerald (Blythe Danner) return from Europe emotionally and financially depleted. Despite being 30, Zelda develops a fixation on becoming a ballerina, while Scott, bereft of ideas, drinks and carouses. Eventually he decides to write a fictional account of how he met Zelda while stationed in the Deep South during World War I. Scott hopes the book will somehow prove to be the thing that resuscitates his ailing marriage. Delivered sealed in case with artwork as shown on our page.
Starring: Richard Chamberlain, Blythe Danner and Susan Sarandon
Viewer Review: "Susan Sarandon and Richard Chamberlain made this a great short story film of drama, romance and young passionate love. This film is a great Classic to view. I highly recommend."
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