World renowned author Judith Krantz has captivated readers with her bestselling novels for over three decades, selling over 100 million copies, with translations into 72 languages. As much as her epic appeal has become the stuff of literary legend, her epic stories have tapped into the heart of readers and audiences alike, shining a spectacular spotlight on the glamour and glitz of living out loud and the ever present threat of betrayal and deception that lies just beneath the surface. This engaging collection of top rating miniseries celebrates the joyous, extravagant and scandalous stories of fame and the famous, not only reflecting the gloss of an exclusive lifestyle but showing the cracks around the mirror.
PRINCESS DAISY: The inspirational story of Daisy (Merete Van Kamp), the daughter of a Russian prince and an American movie star who works her way to the top of the modelling profession, falling in love with a company president, only to be betrayed and blackmailed by her devious half-brother. Features an all-star cast including: Rupert Everett, Claudia Cardinale, Stacy Keach, Lindsay Wagner, Barbara Bach and Ringo Star.
I'LL TAKE MANHATTAN: The story of Maxi Amberville (Valerie Bertinelli) and her spirited attempt to save her late father's magazine empire from her scheming uncle. Also features Oscar nominee Julianne Moore, Tim Daly and Jane Kaczmarek.
DAZZLE: The story of successful photographer Juanita 'Jazz' Kilkullen (Lisa Hartman) and her myriad struggles against conniving half-sisters and dastardly land developers in order to keep the family ranch intact. Also features Golden Globe winner Linda Evans, Dixie Carter, James Farentino and Oscar winner Cliff Robertson.
Each disc for Dazzle and I'll Take Manhattan is presented in two parts, reflecting their original television screening. Subsequent parts will play automatically, however you can also advance to the next part with your remote.
Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0
Classification: M (Adult Concepts)
Number of Discs: 4
Region: 4 (Australia & New Zealand)
Released: 4th April 2012
Running Time: 729 mins