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10 Items or Less: The Complete Third Season Fort Defiance
"In Season 3, Leslie Pool (John Lehr) faces his biggest challenge yet in Mercy Jones, a tough SuperValueMart manager who has come from New York City under orders to drive Greens & Grains out of business forever. Determined to confront the threats posed by Mercy, Leslie enlists his staff in everything from a knock-off Star Trek convention and a new laser eye surgery center to going ""green"" in honor of his newly discovered Native American heritage and producing his own CD to save his 150-year-old family business. The final season of this hilarious comedy also stars Christopher Liam Moore, Bob Clendenin, Greg Davis Jr., Chris Payne Gilbert, Kirsten Gronfield, Roberta Valderrama, Jennifer Elise Cox and Kim Coles. Newly remastered."
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The story of a young blind man, the brother he worships and a Civil War veteran who intends to kill the latter.
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Nightwing (1979) Inner Circle (1991)
At the rock hovel home of Abner Tasupi (George Clutesi), a 92-year-old high priest of the Masakai, tribal deputy Youngman Duran (Nick Mancuso) finds the old man trying to bring the world to an end by summoning Yewah, the monster god of the Masakai who guards the gates of life and death. Called to the Mamoa ranch, Duran is puzzling over the strange razor-sharp wounds and smell of ammonia coming from a dead horse when a helicopter soon arrives bearing Walker Chee (Stephen Macht), a wheeler-dealer politician from the neighboring Pahana tribe, accompanied by a veterinarian who underscores Duran¹s observations as he takes samples to determine what killed the animal. After going to see Anne Dillon (Kathryn Harrold), a health service nurse with whom he's romantically involved, Duran returns to Abner's shack to find the old man dead, his flesh stripped raw like that of the Mamoa ranch horse. Meanwhile, when Anne takes four foundation missionaries out on a camping trip, as they are gathered around an evening campfire, they hear a strange keening sound just before thousands of bats come swarming down upon them. Newly remastered.
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In the middle of Stalinist Russia, Ivan Sanshin (Academy Award® nominee Tom Hulce, 1984, Best Actor, Amadeus) is preparing for his wedding night when the KGB shows up and takes him away. Ivan is brought in to be Stalin’s personal film projectionist and becomes a part of his inner circle, witnessing the ruler’s actions and decisions. Also starring Academy Award® nominee Bob Hoskins (1986, Best Actor, Mona Lisa) and Lolita Davidovich (Blaze), THE INNER CIRCLE is a powerful tale based on the true story of a man’s loyalty to a ruthless dictator despite the chaos that surrounds him. Newly remastered.
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Twenty Plus Two Night the Bridge Fell Down, The
Julia Joliet handles fan mail for movie stars. Now someone has a message for her, delivered at point-blank range. David Janssen (TV’s The Fugitive) brings his laconic cool to Twenty Plus Two as Tom Alder, a Los Angeles private eye who ties Joliet’s murder to the 12-year-old case of a schoolgirl heiress who went out for an ice-cream soda and never came back. As Alder pieces together the crime puzzle against a backdrop of hot jazz and hip Kennedy-era style, he edges closer to the truth…including the surprising truth about his own past. Memorable screen talents Jeanne Crain, Dina Merrill, Agnes Moorehead, Robert Strauss and William Demarest play a shadowy gallery of ladies and dames, eccentrics and losers involved in the investigation.
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A man rushing his infant son to the hospital…a police officer pursuing a suspect…a middle-aged secretary…eloping lovebirds…a soon-to-be nun…a house painter. They have places to go, things to do and the best way to get to those places and do those things is to cross the Madison Bridge. But, just like that, there’s a big problem. The bridge partially gives way, stranding nine people and threatening to collapse at any moment. There’s another problem, too. A panicked, gun-wielding bank robber using the bridge as his escape route refuses to let rescuers draw near. Hollywood hitmaker Irwin Allen suspensefully spans the hours with the event-packed tale of The Night the Bridge Fell Down!
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Buchanan Rides Alone Fish Don't Blink
BUCHANAN RIDES ALONE once again brings together the legendary team of director Budd Boetticher and star Randolph Scott (The Tall T, Ride the High Country). Scott stars as Tom Buchanan, a man headed home to start his own ranch and live a peaceful life. He stops in the town of Agry, where a feud between members of the Agry family has begun. In the process of helping a man, Buchanan is robbed, thrown in jail and framed for murder. When Buchanan is released from jail, he is escorted out of town, but he finds his way back, aiming to get revenge on the Agry family. Also featuring Craig Stevens (TV’s “Peter Gunn”), BUCHANAN RIDES ALONE is a classic western loaded with drama and action. Newly remastered.
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A young couple, on the run from the mob, take refuge in a run-down desert restaurant. However, they soon find out that the crazy dysfunctional family running the place are worse than the Mafia!
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Anna Karenina (1997) Fast Forward
Four passionate people. Two burning romances. Leo Tolstoy’s powerful novel of love in 1880s Imperial Russia glows anew in lavish splendor from the acclaimed writer/director of Candyman, Immortal Beloved and Ivansxtc. Shot entirely in and around St. Petersburg, it is set to a majestic soundtrack of music by Tchaikovsky, Rachamaninoff and Prokofiev. Wealth. Prestige. Family. Anna (Braveheart’s Sophie Marceau) has them all in her marriage to aristocratic Karenin (James Fox). Then dashing Count Vronsky (Sean Bean) enters her world of ballroom dances, ornate palaces and pastoral dachas. But where romance sweeps Anna along uncontrollably, landowner Levin (Alfred Molina) struggles to nurture his delicate love with heartbroken Kitty (Mia Kirshner). Both tales unfold in spellbinding fashion as this fifth and most dazzling film of Tolstoy’s masterwork memorably explores the power of the heart and its consequences.
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Eight talented teenagers from a small town come to New York City for a one-in-a-million shot at stardom in a national dance competition. Their high-powered energy is captured by director Sidney Poitier in dazzling dance sequences. From the fast-moving rhythms of contemporary street dancing to jazz and classical ballet, they strut their stuff through exhausting rehearsals, numerous auditions and tense nightclub face-offs. In the process, the teenagers get a crash course in self-sufficiency in a city that challenges them to survive, compete and grow. The odds are against them, but in the film’s exciting climax, they put it all on the line to make their dreams come true. A host of fresh-faced newcomers are featured, including: Michael DeLorenzo (TV’s “New York Undercover”), John Scott Clough (Phantoms), Don Franklin (Asteroid), Tamara Mark (Wes Craven’s New Nightmare) and David White (TV’s “Bewitched”). Fans of Fame, Footloose, Center Stage and Save the Last Dance will savor this vintage eighties musical romp. Newly remastered.
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Hanna-Barbera Christmas Classics Collection Man from Atlantis: The Complete TV Movies Collection
A dog and a mouse head for the North Pole to deliver a lost letter. Hanna-Barbera superstars lend a helping hand to the world’s friendliest ghost. The greediest boy in the world discovers the magic of giving. What could three such different tales have in common? Hanna-Barbera and Santa Claus, that’s what! Hanna-Barbera assembled its mightiest talents of pen and voice to produce one of its first forays into prime-time animated Christmas specials, A Christmas Story, the tale of Goober and Gumdrop’s quest to save Christmas for one little boy. Dick Van Dyke narrates The Town Santa Forgot, based on Charmaine Severson’s beloved poem “Jeremy Creek” about the confusion created by a gargantuan wish list. Casper’s First Christmas sees Casper facing a Christmas Eve eviction when he receives holiday help from the likes of Yogi Bear, Boo-Boo, Huckleberry Hound, Snagglepuss, Quick Draw McGraw, Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy. This collection includes: A Christmas Story (1971), The Town Santa Forgot (1993), Casper's First Christmas (1979)
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Mysterious mer-man Mark Harris washed ashore on the nation's TVs in early '77 and quickly became a breakout hero. America fell hard for the Atlantean amnesiac, generating big ratings for the Man from Atlantis pilot movie and its three subsequent follow-up TV movies. Starring newcomer Patrick Duffy and overseen by Robert Justman (Adventures of Superman, Star Trek, Then Came Bronson, Probe/Search), the original TV movies easily swim between the parallel genres of Science Fiction and Super-Heroics, creating a fantasy that is still fun and fresh today. This 2 disc collection contains all 4 TV movies. Also stars Belinda Montgomery. PILOT(Newly remastered!): Mark Harris washes ashore, possessing strange sea-faring powers but no memories. The Death Scouts: Mark battles scuba diver abducting aliens. The Killer Spores: Intelligent spores from space possess Mark in a bid to return to the yawning galactic gulf. The Disappearances: Scientists all over the world are disappearing - including Mark's associate, Elizabeth.
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She Played with Fire Mickey One (1965)
"British writer and director Sidney Gilliat (Green for Danger, The Lady Vanishes) is responsible for some superb moments of cinematic suspense. This lesser-known crime drama – based on the book ""Fortune is a Woman"" – featuring the beautiful Arlene Dahl (The Black Book, Slightly Scarlet) as a married woman who runs into a former boyfriend, insurance investigator Oliver Branwell (Jack Hawkins, The Bridge on the River Kwai, Five Finger Exercise), in the line of his business. When her husband (Dennis Price, Murder Most Foul) dies in a fire, the two re-kindle a relationship that ended abruptly. Eventually, murder, arson and blackmail threaten to consume them both. Newly remastered."
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Considered ahead of its time — and perhaps it still is — this unusual drama, inspired by the French New Wave, brought Warren Beatty and producer-director Arthur Penn together for the first time — two years before their landmark Bonnie and Clyde. Beatty stars as a Detroit night club comic who incurs the wrath of The Mob (he doesn’t know why) and flees to Chicago to start life anew — but still living in fear. But the plot is secondary to the look and sound of this film (a favorite of Martin Scorsese), which boasts a score by Eddie Sauter and stunning photography by Academy Award®-winner Ghislain Cloquet (1980, Best Cinematography, Tess). Alexandra Stewart, Hurd Hatfield, Franchot Tone and Jeff Corey co-star in this one-of-a-kind motion picture. Incidentally, much of it was shot in what is now Oprah Winfrey’s studio. Newly remastered.
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Get Carter (1971) Party Girl (1958)
Michael Caine stars as Jack Carter, a tough, ruthless London mob enforcer. His only sentiment is for his timid brother, Frank, who works as a bartender in Newcastle and makes a point of staying out of trouble. When his brother dies in an accident, Carter goes to the funeral hoping to make amends for past mistakes by reconnecting with what's left of his family. But after learning that his brother was murdered, Jack single-mindedly metes out his own brutal brand of justice. But the closer Jack gets to achieving his goal, the more he questions his very actions.
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Set in 1930s Chicago, Party Girl follows a bum-legged mouthpiece for the mob (Robert Taylor) and a gorgeous, wised-up vamp (Cyd Charisse) who fall in love, try to go straight…and head straight for trouble.
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Love Is Better Than Ever Lone Star
“Notoriously pretty and wearing her dancing tights with aplomb” (Newsweek), Elizabeth Taylor makes her screen transition from junior miss to romantic ingenue in this frothy frolic directed by Stanley Donen (Singin’ in the Rain). Taylor plays small-town dance instructor Stacie Macaboy, who travels to New York for a dance convention – and finds herself unconventionally attracted to hardboiled Broadway talent agent Jud Parker (The Jolson Story star Larry Parks). When romance leads to talk of marriage, the budding relationship takes a clumsy misstep. But Stacie and her dad (Tom Tully) cleverly scheme to put the brash and bullheaded Jud on his toes, leading to some hilarious scenes involving Stacie’s impish students and a climactic dance recital that showcases Parks’ slapstick talents.
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Will Texas be independent or a U.S. state? Ex-President Andrew Jackson recruits cattleman Devereaux Burke to travel through hostile Indian land, find Texas hero Sam Houston and persuade him to support annexation. In exchange, Burke will gain a contract to sell beef to U.S. forces during the war with Mexico sure to follow statehood. He’ll also garner something unexpected: the love of beauteous Austin newspaper publisher Martha Ronda. Clark Gable and Ava Gardner play the love-fated pair in this rugged semihistorical saga of Lone Star destiny. Standing in the way: Thomas Craden (Broderick Crawford), the ardent independence advocate and paramilitary leader who desires Martha for himself. Vincent Sherman directs. The top supporting cast includes Lionel Barrymore (as Jackson), Beulah Bondi and Ed Begley.
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Descending Angel Andy Hardy Meets Debutante
When Michael meets his beautiful fiancée's father in their close-knit Romanian-American community, he suspects something is up. Was his lover's father a Nazi collaborator involved in the slaughter of 800 Jews? And how far will he have to go to find out?
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"Fresh from her role as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, seventeen-year-old Judy Garland is featured in this ninth film of the popular Andy Hardy series. Bursting with energy and talent, she and Mickey Rooney confirm why they were adored by millions of moviegoers. Filmdom may never find two more talented teens. The story finds young Andy dazzled by a picture in a society magazine of a glamorous debutante. When Judge Hardy’s crusade to save an orphanage takes him to New York City, Andy tags along in hopes of meeting his dream girl. But ""The Big Apple"" shows little sympathy for a cocky, small-town boy. Each one of Andy’s hairbrained schemes to break into high society backfires – with disastrous but humorous results. Finally, it’s his old pal Betsy Booth, a society girl herself, who lends Andy a hand – and a tuxedo. One of the most entertaining films in the series, Andy Hardy Meets Debutante features an added bonus: Miss Garland performing two excellent songs, Alone and I’m Nobody’s Baby."
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Valerie Show Business
An upstanding Civil War vet is tried for the attempted murder of his wife and the murder of her parents.
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Show business can be burlesque or vaudeville, the Ziegfeld Follies or smoky dives where a fella sings for drinks. In Show Business, it’s all of ’em! Eddie Cantor, George Murphy, Joan Davis and Constance Ford star in a star-crossed story of stardom as small-timers who aim for the big time…in their careers and in love. Some make it. Some don’t (at least not until just before the final credits). The song list of evergreens includes Dinah, Making Whoopee, Alabamy Bound and as a recurring motif that weaves the story together, the heartfelt It Had to Be You. Cantor produced, basing the film partly on his own climb to fame and proving that 35 years in show biz had taught him exactly how to sell a song, get a laugh or wring a tear.
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Rich are Always with Us, The Rules of Engagement: Season Five
The richest woman in the world (Ruth Chatterton) has everything money can buy. But with her heart torn between her faithless husband and an ardent writer (George Brent), she can’t have the one thing every woman wants: happiness. Herbert Hoover was still President and the Depression was at its most depressing when this delicious wallow in uptown romance hit the Bijou, featuring an electric performance by young Bette Davis as a society girl also enamored of the writer. This wasn’t the end of Davis’ relationship with Brent. They would make 11 films together, including Jezebel and Dark Victory. It wasn’t the end of the Chatterton-Brent relationship, either: the on-screen lovers married soon after the film opened.
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TV's funniest cast is back and better than ever in the hilarious fifth season of RULES OF ENGAGEMENT. Married couple Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) run into surprising hurdles while attempting to have a baby via a surrogate. Meanwhile, Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) are still planning their wedding - with a little help from Timmy (Adhir Kalyan). Eternal bad boy Russell (David Spade) continues his shenanigans as a single guy on the prowl, but may have finally met his match. Guest stars include Sara Rue, Jaime Pressly, Joan Collins, and Criss Angel. Newly remastered.
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B.F.'S Daughter Barricade
Renowned for his Mr. Moto mysteries, John P. Marquand also penned novels that examined upper-strata society and made the page-to-screen transition: H.M. Pulham, Esq., The Late George Apley and B.F.’s Daughter. Barbara Stanwyck portrays Polly Fulton, a tycoon’s daughter, in this glossy screen tale of the clash between haves and have-nots. She weds a left-wing professor (Van Heflin) who disdains her privileged lifestyle. When the prof meets professional failure, Polly secretly buys him a career. The stars, who struck sparks in The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, prove again what an intense team they make. Charles Coburn as fiery B.F. and Keenan Wynn as a Machiavellian radio commentator add top support.
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"Jack London's ""The Sea Wolf"" is transported from sea to land in this intriguing western. The ruthless boss of a mining camp meets his match when fugitives from justice cross his path. Starring Raymond Massey (""East of Eden,"" ""How the West Was Won""), Ruth Roman (""Strangers on a Train"") and Robert Douglas (""The Flame and the Arrow"")."
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Confessions of a Nazi Spy Halliday Brand, The
In the wake of a trial that convicted four Nazi agents of spying against the U.S., Warner Bros. became the first Hollywood studio to fire a salvo at Hitler’s Germany. Months before World War II erupted it released this thriller based on revelations that emerged from the trial and other real-life sources. The story is a brisk connect-the-dots tale that ties German-American Bund operatives (Francis Lederer, George Sanders and Paul Lukas among others) to Berlin. Chief among those connecting the dots: FBI Agent Edward Renard (Edward G. Robinson). The drama wasn’t limited to the screen. Production personnel received threats and violence erupted at some screenings. Directed with hard-hitting verve by Anatole Litvak, Confessions of a Nazi Spy struck a nerve in its era. It remains a milestone of filmmaking commitment today.
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"Joseph H. Lewis directed this intense Western about a young man's (Joseph Cotten) disillusionment with his father (Ward Bond), a corrupt sheriff. When his dad turns away from the lynching of his sister's lover, the boy rebels and his father declares him an ""outlaw."""
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Happily Ever After: Robinita Hood Flintstone Christmas Collection, A
From the award-winning children's series Happily Ever After: Fairytales for Every Child, HBO presents this magical, animated musical special that puts a feminist spin on one of the world's most famous fairy tales. With the help of her faithful band of Merry Chicas, Robinita Hood (Rosie Perez) saves her village from the evil Sherriff de Jamon (Rick Najera) in this salsa-fied adaptation of the classic adventure tale.
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"Celebrate the solstice in Stone Age style with these two animated holiday classics, starring America's favorite pre-historic family. Your first course of holiday cheer from Fred and co. is 1977's A Flintstone Christmas, in which Fred and Barney must save Christmas when Santa sprains his ankle. There's one big problem, though - Fred promised Mr. Slate that he will play Santa at the Children's holiday party. Can Fred and Barney deliver all the toys and still make it back to the party in time? And your second course is 1993's Emmy® nominated A Flintstone Family Christmas, which gives viewers a glimpse into the later life of the Rubbles and the Flintstones. Awaiting the return of Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm (now married with children of their own), Fred and Barney encounter a criminally inclined ""caveless"" youth. Fred and Wilma attempt to instill values in the boy, only to find themselves with a most unexpected Christmas gift."
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Fearmakers, The Broken Star, The
A Korean veteran cooperating with a Senate committee uncovers subversives.
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Bill Gentry (Bill Williams), a deputy sheriff meets with resistance when he tries to investigate the murder of a Mexican. However, when he does find the murderer, it turns out to be Frank Smead (Howard Duff), his best friend and a fellow deputy.
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Split, The Last Letters Home
The L.A. Coliseum is the target of a crew of daring thieves led by the implacable McClain in this neo-noir adaptation of Richard Stark’s The Seventh. Jim Brown (as McClain) heads the all-star cast that includes Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Donald Sutherland, Julie Harris, Diahann Carroll, Jack Klugman, James Whitmore and Warren Oates (whew!) as the criminals and cops that inhabit the world of The Split. While McClain’s meticulously planned heist goes as planned, the crew start to fall out after a psycho landlord and a crooked cop decide to stake a claim to the loot. Strikingly shot by Burnett Guffey (Bonnie and Clyde), The Split ups the ante with its iconic locations, splendid Sixties fashions and full-on funky score by Quincy Jones with contributions from Sheb Wooley, Arthur Prysock and Billy Preston. As a footnote for the faint of heart, it is worth noting that The Split was the first movie to earn an “R” rating!
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Produced and directed by Oscar and Emmy Award winner Bill Couturi (HBO's Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam), this one-hour documentary is an intimate, deeply moving tribute to American soldiers recently killed during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Produced in association with LIFE books and the New York Times. HBO Video's net proceeds from this program will benefit the families of soldiers who have died in military operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere since September 11, 2001.
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The Secret Six The Flintstones: I Yabba Dabba Do!
Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, Wallace Beery and Johnny Mack Brown star in this hard-hitting gangster drama of the turf war between two rival mob gangs, of the newsmen dedicated to stopping crime and of the business leaders who aid their struggle, a clandestine group known only as The Secret Six.
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Two of the most beloved television families in history celebrate a momentous event: the marriage of Pebbles Flintstone and Bamm Bamm Rubble. As Wilma, Betty and Pebbles plan the big day, Fred suffers from the age-old paternal fear of losing his daughter--even as, in his typical fashion, Fred's intentions are bigger than his wallet.
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Monster, The (1925) Little Rock Central: 50 Years Later
Once you’re in the lair of vile Dr. Ziska, is there any way out? That’s what Johnny Goodlittle – fresh from receiving his correspondence school detective’s diploma and a starter kit containing a badge, handcuffs and a handgun – must figure out as he tries to rescue other captives and escape The Monster. Lon Chaney plays the monstrous, dourly expressive Ziska, who gathers candidates for his eerie experiments by causing roadway accidents. While The Man of a Thousand Faces provides the creepiness, a nimble cast and droll title cards provide the comedy of this dark-house tale. Roland West, whose The Bat Whispers would be cited by comic-book legend Bob Kane as an inspiration for the creation of a certain hooded crime fighter, directs.
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"Told through the stories of one of the original ""Little Rock Nine"" as well as present day students at Little Rock Central High School, the HBO Documentary Film Little Rock Central High: 50 Years Later is an eye-opening look at how much - and how little - racial equality and education have changed in the 50 years since the school was the center of the Integration Crisis of 1957."
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For the First Time Thunder of Drums, A (1961)
The brilliance of one of the world's most beloved tenors and the exciting world of opera highlight this delightful romantic adventure set in the most beautiful cities of Europe. Tonio Costa (Mario Lanza), the temperamental darling of the opera world, is forever missing performances because of impromptu street concerts and endless parties. But Tonio's carefree ways change when he falls in love with Christa, a beautiful deaf girl. Christa refuses to marry him until she can hear his sublime voice. So they embark upon a whirlwind concert tour of Europe where Christa consults with specialists while Tonio sings his heart out. Their love grows stronger and they realize that as long as they are together they can face whatever the future holds. Lush, exotic locations, fabulous operatic performances and the magic of Mario Lanza give this sparkling love story the look and sound of enchantment.
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“Bachelors make the best soldiers,” declares Capt. Stephen Maddocks (Richard Boone), who knows the West can only be tamed by men as single-minded as he is. So with renegade Indians on the warpath, he has no patience for the love triangle that erupts between greenhorn officers (George Hamilton and James Douglas) and a beauty (Luana Patten) promised to one of them – or for the chaos he knows it will cause. Written by James Warner Bellah, whose stories were the source for John Ford’s Calvary Trilogy, A Thunder of Drums thunders with Western action and human passions. The standout cast includes Richard Chamberlain (right at the time he became TV’s Dr. Kildare), ’50s guitar legend Duane Eddy, Slim Pickens and, a year after his breakthrough in The Magnificent Seven, Charles Bronson.
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It's A Small World (1950) Tortilla Flat
Harry Musk is one in a million. That means that he's the one out of a million children who is perfectly proportioned but will never grow larger than a typical six-year-old. Adult, pint-sized Harry longs to be part of the big world.
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Pilon, Danny, the Pirate – paisanos all – live a free-spirited life near seaside Monterey. Then Danny becomes a man of property, the heir to two modest houses and a watch from his grandfather. Too bad that inheritance isn’t something worthwhile, like wine or money. But a gorgeous, newly arrived cannery worker named Sweets thinks a man of property may himself be worthwhile…and marriageable. Spencer Tracy, John Garfield, Hedy Lamarr, Frank Morgan – stars all – bring Hollywood gloss to this affectionate adaptation of John Steinbeck’s breakthrough novel (and Morgan was a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nominee* for his charming work). “Victor Fleming has directed with deep understanding. All of the actors – yes, all of them – have delineated robust characters” (Bosley Crowther, The New York Times).
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Witness Protection Savage Messiah
When mobster Bobby Batton awakens to find his home under attack by a relentless hit-man, he makes a life or death decision to save his family by entering the witness protection program. Now they must each leave friends and family forever, change their names and destroy their past. Not every family can do it - but failing can be a death sentence. Only Bobby can hold it together - but Bobby's starting to fall apart...
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The Music Lovers. Mahler. Valentino. In these and other films, Ken Russell explores the lives of artists and in turn finds inspiration for his own considerable cinematic creativity. Savage Messiah belongs to that Russell oeuvre and it draws from the filmmaker a work often studied in its pace yet exhilarating in its impact. It is the story of the short, influential career of pre-World War I French sculptor Henri Gaudier and of his intimate yet platonic friendship with a Polish émigré 20 years his senior. Scott Antony and Dorothy Tutin, perhaps better known to theater aficionados, play the two leads. Movie fans will readily identify the third-billed player: Helen Mirren in a memorable early-career role as a flamboyant, uninhibited suffragette.
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Journalist and the Jihadi: The Murder of Daniel Pearl Grasshopper, The
Narrated by CNN correspondent Christiane Amanpour, this 80 minute film tracks the parallel lives of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl and British-born jihadi Omar Sheikh. Both men were passionate, intelligent individuals from privileged backgrounds, and both were sympathetic to the plight of Muslims around the world, though Pearl was Jewish. With the rise of Islamic militancy in the 1990s, however the two men's paths diverged; in 2002, those paths collided when Sheikh executed cunning con game that ended in Pearl's headline-making kidnapping and murder in Pakistan and the remorseless Sheikh's arrest under mysterious circumstances.
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"Jacqueline Bisset (""The Deep,"" ""Murder on the Orient Express"") stars in this dramatic story of one young woman's odyssey from innocence to decadence. She leaves British Columbia with her boyfriend at age 19, young and pretty and hopeful for a career in show business. But a detour to Las Vegas leads her into a life that by 22, no one would envy. Jim Brown (""The Dirty Dozen"") and Joseph Cotten (""Citizen Kane,"" ""Gaslight"") co-star, with a quick cameo by Penny Marshall (""Laverne and Shirley""). A compelling feature from television director Jerry Paris (""Happy Days"")."
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Wide Awake Deliver Us From Evil
Wide Awake is acclaimed documentary filmmaker Alan Berliner's uniquely personal tour through a lifelong obsession with insomnia. A brilliantly edited blend of the hilarious and deeply personal, Wide Awake weaves hundreds of archival film clips, consultations with sleep specialists, an overnight stay at a sleep lab, dream visualizations, and behind the scenes footage of the film being made, into a brutally honest self-portrait of a sleep-deprived and sleep-obsessed night-owl filmmaker.
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Six buddies, $600,000 and unforgiving mountain terrain add up to a harrowing saga of man against nature …and man against man. A group of weekend warriors are on the scene when a skyjacker parachutes into a remote Western range with a bag full of ransom money. Soon, the skyjacker is dead of gunshot wounds and the loot is divided into six shares. Now all the conspirators have to do is get out before perilous trails, a blizzard, and their own mounting greed turn a get-rich-quick scheme into a get-dead-quicker disaster. Mistrust and murder, moves and countermoves, psychological suspense and rugged outdoor action: Deliver Us from Evil delivers the thrills!
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Cry Rape! In Tahrir Square: 18 Days of Egypt's Unfinished Revolution
Andrea Marcovicci delivers a powerful star turn as a young woman violently raped – and whose life is irreversibly turned inside out by the ensuing legal aftermath – in this hard-hitting Emmy?-nominated drama that was one of television’s early attempts to deal with this powerful issue. Betty Jenner’s world crumbles when she falls victim to a violent rape. After submitting to a barrage of probing police questions, she faces the unthinkable – the chance that she was impregnated by the assailant or worse, exposed to a sexually transmitted disease. Betty identifies her attacker in a lineup, but her nightmare is far from over. Now she must endure the trial and an onslaught of indignities by the defense, including accusations that she tempted the rape herself. Before long, Betty wonders if the man she’s accused is indeed the one who committed the heinous crime. Has the system worn her down? And is an innocent man on trial while a look-alike is free to stalk a new victim?
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They took over a city square -- and in 18 days, they brought down a regime. Shot in the center of Egypt's Tahrir Square from the beginning of the battles to the climax of the celebration, In Tahrir Square: 18 Days of Egypt's Unfinished Revolution brings viewers into the streets of Cairo to share the sights, sounds and passion of a modern day revolution. On January 25, 2011, thousands of Egyptians began gathering in Cairo's Tahrir Square to peacefully demand the end to President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule. Bolstered by similar protests in other Arab countries and mobilized in part by social media, Egyptians from all walks of life and every social class took over Tahrir Square for 18 days -- eventually leading to a jubilant celebration on February 11, when it was announced that Mubarak would finally step down.
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Robert Montgomery Collection, The The New Adventures of Old Christine: The Complete Fifth Season
Raise a cinematic champagne glass to debonair leading man Robert Montgomery, one of MGM’s leading lights of the 1930s and 1940s. This bountiful 4-Disc, 8-Movie Collection showcases the versatile actor in dramas and comedies alike. Costars include Rosalind Russell, Tallulah Bankhead and some of the best supporting players in Hollywood history. The collection includes: Shipmates (1931), The Man in Possession (1931), Faithless (1932), Lovers Courageous (1932), But the Flesh Is Weak (1932), Made on Broadway (1933), Live, Love and Learn (1937), The Earl of Chicago (1940)
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"Divorced working mother Christine Campbell (Emmy® winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus - Seinfeld) attempts to juggle the daily stresses of motherhood and business – which doesn't mean she isn't prone to taking NyQuil to get to sleep or leaving voicemail messages to herself in the middle of the night. In the fifth season of this hilarious comedy, Christine and Barb (Emmy® winner Wanda Sykes) go to the Bahamas to sort out Barb's immigration woes, but find that Barb's only solution might just be to marry … Richard (Clark Gregg)? Richard, meanwhile, is trying to woo New Christine (Emily Rutherfurd) after being left at the altar. And, as Ritchie (Trevor Gagnon) enters middle school, Christine finds the ""Meanie Moms"" are as present as ever. Notable guest stars include Eric McCormack (Will & Grace) as a therapist at Matthew's practice and Dave Foley (NewsRadio, Kids in the Hall). The series is executive produced by Kari Lizer (Will & Grace) and Andy Ackerman (Seinfeld)."
Price: 38.09


Reluctant Debutante, The (1958) Tango Lesson, The (1997)
It’s social season in London, and amid the swirl of coming-out balls the aristocratic Broadbents (real-life marrieds Rex Harrison and Kay Kendall) are intent on giving their American-educated 17-year-old daughter Jane (Sandra Dee) the right entry into society and a proper upper-class beau. One complication: flighty Mabel Claremont (Angela Lansbury) is eager to match that same beau with her daughter. And another: Jane, of course, has her own ideas about these matters – and an eye for a guy (John Saxon) who’s a drummer in the dance band. Comedy is in season for The Reluctant Debutante, a rib-tickler of societal foibles and follies given spirited direction by Vincente Minnelli and featuring a full dance card of deft badinage.
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Written and directed by Sally Potter (Orlando), The Tango Lesson is the story of a filmmaker, Sally (Sally Potter), who becomes dissatisfied with her latest screenplay (vividly illustrated in luscious color) and stumbles upon an Argentinean tango dancer (Pablo Veron). She places herself under Pablo’s tutelage and together they explore their spiritual and artistic connections. It soon becomes clear that they each want very different things from each other. Potter’s raw examination of the artist’s struggle for authenticity, set against the human frailties of ego, jealousy, lust and insecurity, makes for a tense drama — beautifully photographed in black and white and set in Paris and Buenos Aires. Newly remastered.
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Our Time Bribe, The (1949)
Summer is over. Fall is in the air. It’s a season of new beginnings for the girls at New England’s exclusive Penfield Academy. For seniors and close friends Abby and Muffy, it’s time to make the dramatic transition to womanhood. Directed by Peter Hyams (2010, Timecop), Our Time is a tender coming-of-age saga starring Pamela Sue Martin and Betsy Slade as friends poised at one of life’s turning points and Parker Stevenson and George O’Hanlon Jr. as their beaus. Set in a world of “dead poets” and live yearnings, Our Time raises questions that go beyond its nostalgic 1955 era. What is love? What is responsible sex? What controls do and should young people have over their bodies? The answers and consequences are vital for Our Time…and all time.
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The Bribe starts with a storm and ends with fireworks – fitting bookends for a crime thriller full of passion, greed and double crosses. The story revolves around a war-surplus racket operated from an island off the Central American coast, where federal agent Robert Taylor runs into the only thing steamier than the weather: Ava Gardner. World-wise, world-weary and fabulous looking, Taylor and Gardner epitomize noir sex appeal. And the consummate actors playing the villains couldn’t be more adept at oozing evil. Vincent Price portrays the suave criminal mastermind and Charles Laughton is his henchman, a sweaty wharf rat.
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Love and Human Remains (1993) Love Among Thieves
This modern, dark comedy is about people searching for love and family in an era where relationships are not as clearly defined as either hetero or homosexual. The film focuses on roommates/ex-lovers David (Thomas Gibson, TV’s “Dharma and Greg” and “Criminal Minds”), a cynical actor-turned-waiter, and Candy (Ruth Marshall), an ever-hopeful book reviewer, and their hilarious, often-poignant entanglements with a psychic dominatrix (Mia Kirshner, The Black Dahlia and TV’s “The L Word”), a bartender (Rick Roberts), a lesbian schoolteacher (Joanne Vannicola), a seventeen-year-old busboy (Matthew Ferguson), and a misogynistic yuppie (Cameron Bancroft). All of this takes place within an urban landscape where a serial killer is attacking young women. Denys Arcand is the director of the 2003 Oscar®-winning Best Foreign Language Film The Barbarian Invasions, and Best Foreign Language Film Oscar®-nominees Jesus of Montreal (1989) and The Decline of the American Empire (1986). Newly remastered.
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Elegant Baroness Caroline DuLac can usually be found on the concert stage, entrancing audiences with her piano virtuosity. So what is she doing filching priceless Faberge eggs, tearing through the Mexican desert with a cigar-chomping stranger, eluding a mysterious man in a trench coat and marrying a short, sweaty bandito? Audrey Hepburn (in her last leading role) and Robert Wagner provide the answers in this exuberant comedy-mystery with echoes of Charade, How to Steal a Million and more Hepburn classics. Any fan of the marvelous Miss Hepburn – or of smart romantic capers – will treasure Love Among Thieves.
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Cocaine and Blue Eyes The Crowded Sky
Approached by someone sitting next to him at the counter while he’s stopped at a roadside cafe, private investigator Michael Brennen (O.J. Simpson, The Naked Gun) ignores his own better judgment and agrees to give the annoying guy a ride. When the man asks that he help find his missing girlfriend, Dani Anatole (Irena Ferris, Paternity), Brennen refuses. A few weeks later, his pal from the police department, Sergeant Khoury (Eugene Roche, TV’s “Webster”), arrives to say that there’s been a murder and that Brennen’s card was found on the corpse. After Brennen recognizes the dead man as the guy from the cafe, Khoury identifies him as two bit drug dealer Joey Crawford (John Spencer, TV’s “The West Wing”). And now, Brennen is plunged headlong into a murder investigation with drug addicts, dealers and a host of unsavory characters. Newly remastered.
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There he is, Navy jet 8255. And there’s Trans States 17 converging…head on! A tense air traffic controller knows the sky is full of danger as two aircraft – a Navy jet flying east and an airliner heading west – hurtle toward disaster. The jet’s radio is out, the pilot unaware that he’s dropped altitude into the path of the other craft. There are only moments for the controller to find some way to communicate with the jet. And even less time for the pilots to react to the emergency, all the while realizing that their dramatic personal stories of faithless wives and alienated children, of guilty secrets and secret dreams, may be ending. Dana Andrews leads a top cast in a tale of two planes on a collision course with each other. And with destiny.
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Beniker Gang, The No More Ladies (1935)
Before scoring with audiences in St. Elmo’s Fire, Pretty in Pink and Weekend at Bernie’s, Andrew McCarthy seized the spotlight as 18-year-old Arthur Beniker, the eldest of five orphans who’ve make a sacred pact to be a real family – no matter what, forever and always. With the threat of separation looming larger each day, Arthur convinces his ragtag “family” to escape from their orphanage and start life anew. Before long, Arthur’s freedom dream becomes a comic nightmare as he tries to parent children not much younger than himself – while struggling to keep their secret from prying locals. Directed by Ken Kwapis (The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants) and co-starring Danny Pintauro (Who’s the Boss) and J.T. Walsh (Sling Blade), The Beniker Gang will warm hearts young and old with its messages of family love and loyalty.
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Marcia Townsend is ready to settle down, playboy Sheridan “Sherry” Warren isn’t, so what do they do? Get hitched! But when Sherry continues to live in a way that would unhitch any vows, Marcia concocts a plan to give him his comeuppance. She’ll throw a society party – bridge, charades and payback – where the invitees include people loved and left (and hurt) by the rakish cad. Salut, Sherry! The sparks fly in this giddy comedy of manners (co-scripted by The Philadelphia Story’s Donald Ogden Stewart) starring Joan Crawford and Robert Montgomery. Most giddy of all: the cocktail-fueled witticisms of co-stars Edna May Oliver and Charlie Ruggles. No More Ladies – lots of Golden Era fun!
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Sunrise At Campobello Get Yourself a College Girl (1964)
He led America’s battles against the Depression and the Axis powers – and won. But first Franklin Delano Roosevelt fought a personal battle against polio that would either destroy him – or arm him for greatness. This powerful film of Dore Schary’s long-running play is an intimate, admiring profile in courage. Ralph Bellamy reprises his dynamic, Tony-winning stage portrayal of the future President and Greer Garson is his devoted, warbly-voiced wife Eleanor. Both are uncannily true in their roles and acclaim followed: Garson earned Golden Globe and National Board of Review Best Actress Awards as well as one of the movie’s four Oscar nominations.* With exteriors filmed at Campobello and Hyde Park and interiors staged on uncanny duplications of the real-life Roosevelt homes, Sunrise at Campobello shines eloquently and movingly.
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In the same year that a certain band from Liverpool first came to the U.S., moviegoers were encouraged to Get Yourself a College Girl. What made the getting good were musical appearances by the British Invasion’s the Dave Clark Five and the Animals, plus the U.S. group the Standells (pre-Dirty Water), the jazz stylings of the Jimmy Smith Trio and the mellow of The Girl from Ipanema by Stan Getz and Astrud Gilberto. In a story laced with early feminist and sexual-revolution sentiments, former Miss America Mary Ann Mobley plays a songwriting coed whose rock tunes appall administrators of staid Wyndham College for Girls. Prolific exploitation-flick filmmaker Sam Katzman (Rock Around the Clock) produces.
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Perry Mason Mysteries: The Original Warner Bros. Movies Collection It All Came True
A generation before he would become a TV titan, the solicitor sleuth solved mysteries across the silver screen. And this is a Perry with a difference – dashing, debonair and full of savoir-faire! Pre-Code King Warren William originally personified Perry for four films, with Ricardo Cortez and Donald Woods rounding out the series. Notable guests include Mary Astor, Errol Flynn (in his U.S. screen debut), Allen Jenkins, Ann Dvorak and Michael Curtiz has a stint in the director’s chair!
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Killer Chips Maguire (Humphrey Bogart) is cooling his heels where the cops will never find him: a shabby boarding house run by two dear old ladies who cluck over Chips like devoted mother hens. When Chips finds out the biddies owe past taxes, he hits on a can’t-miss scheme. He talks his fellow boarders, zanies all, into turning the house into a Gay ’90s-themed nightclub! Fans who know the pre-stardom Bogart for his string of compelling performances as tightly coiled heavies in gangster sagas are in for a treat as Bogie unwinds with deadpan cracks in this appealing crime comedy. On hand to help make sure It All Came True are Ann Sheridan and character greats Zasu Pitts, Una O’Connor and Felix Bressart.
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Conflict Todd Killings, The (1971)
Conflict is a love triangle with murder at its heart, an atmospheric film noir of rainy nights, looming shadows, fatal romance and a trench-coated killer that walks out of the mist – all directed by Curtis Bernhardt, a filmmaker skilled in the Expressionistic style of his native Germany. The story embraces the perfect noir topic: the almost-perfect crime. Humphrey Bogart portrays Richard Mason, married to nagging Katherine… but in love with her sunny sister. Shortly after a fifth-year wedding celebration at the home of a friend, Richard decides to remove the obstacle to his happiness. He kills Katherine, carefully leaving no evidence of his guilt. Or at least he thinks he killed her- until mysterious events cause Richard to fear Katherine is very much alive.
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Everyone likes Skipper (Robert F. Lyons). Guys like the way he fixes them up with girls. Girls like the attention he lavishes on them. And no one would ever think of telling the cops where Skipper's buried his victims. The Todd Killings is the harrowing, fact-based drama of a small-town murderer and the alienated kids who protect him. Lyons’ excellence is matched by a supporting cast that includes award-winning veterans Edward Asner, Barbara Bel Geddes and Gloria Grahame. And just a year shy of beginning The Waltons, Richard Thomas shines as the tormented friend who finally points the finger at Skipper. Looking into the eye of a killer is a fearful thing. Even more so when he’s the most popular youth in town. The Todd Killings will shock you.
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Who's Minding The Mint? The Centurions: The Original Miniseries
"When United States Mint employee Harry Lucas (Jim Hutton, Major Dundee, Walk Don't Run) inadvertently destroys $50,000, he enlists the aid of retired printer Pop Gillis (Walter Brennan, To Have and Have Not, Rio Bravo) and expert safecracker Avery Dugan (Jack Gilford, Catch-22) to steal the engraving plates. Deafened by his work in prison, Dugan gets a hearing aid from pawnbroker Luther Burton (Milton Berle) who, learning of the plot, cuts himself in. As the scheme's ""manager"", Luther then brings in Ralph (Joey Bishop, Ocean's 11), who works in the sewer and can help them reach the Mint; the Captain, an operator of kiddie playground ""boats"" that can navigate the sewers; and Willie (Bob Denver, TV's ""Gilligan's Island""), an ice cream vendor to be used as a decoy for attractive busybody Verna (Dorothy Provine, It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World). Newly remastered."
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"""In the near future Doc Terror, and his cyborg companion, Hacker, unleash their forces to conquer Earth! Only one force can stop this evil: a handful of brave men. In specially created exoframes, they can be transported anywhere to fuse with incredible assault weapon systems, beamed down from the space station Skyvault, becoming man and machine, Power Xtreme! Max Ray, brilliant Sea Operations commander. Jake Rockwell, rugged Land Operations specialist. Ace McCloud, daring Air Operations expert. Whatever the challenge, they are ready—the Centurions!"" Debuting as a 5 part mini-series, and enjoying contributions from three of the greatest action artists of the 20th Century – Doug Wildey, Gil Kane, and Jack Kirby – The Centurions promised to pack a punch – and it delivered! Get ready for mad machine action as 3 masters of land, sea, and air do battle with a mad inventor for the fate of a planet."
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Wicked Stepmother Gallant Bess
Transforming into a cigarette–smoking black cat is just one of Bette Davis’ evil tricks in this campy, fun-filled brew that mixes magic with mayhem and costars Barbara Carrera as Davis' doting daughter.
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Meet Bess, the gallant horse who earned World War II glory! Based on a real-life incident, this inspiring film tells the story of orphaned farm boy Tex Barton (Marshall Thompson), who leaves his beloved horse behind when he enlists in the Navy. Pneumonia claims the horse and Tex is heartbroken – until he rescues an injured mare on a South Pacific island, a four-footed heroine who returns the favor by saving Tex and his Seabee buddies from a Japanese attack. Thompson’s engaging rapport with his equine costar foretells his success in more animal-friendly fare: he portrayed African veterinarian Marsh Tracy in the hit movie Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion and its TV spinoff Daktari.
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Carolina Blues The Fugitive
Ann Miller (Kiss Me Kate, You Can’t Take It with You) plays the ingénue who steps into the role of vocalist when Kay Kyser’s band comes to town. Kyser, who’s ready for a holiday, is roped into putting on a show for defense plant workers by his publicist (Jeff Donnell, In a Lonely Place). But Georgia Carroll, Kyser’s vocalist, is already set to leave the band to get married. The conflicts are the typical plot points of the “show-must-go-on” Hollywood musical, but the performances are the central feature of the film. Ann Miller’s dancing, the on-stage antics of Kyser’s orchestra (including stalwarts Harry Babbitt, Sully Mason, and Ish Kabibble), Harold Nicholas, and a variety of other specialty numbers fill out the bill, not to forget Victor Moore (Swing Time, Make Way for Tomorrow), who has several turns as various members of the Carver clan. Newly remastered.
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When director John Ford and actor Henry Fonda collaborate, audiences know they are in for a powerful screen experience. To such films as The Grapes of Wrath, My Darling Clementine and Fort Apache add this brave, unsparing, magnificently lensed (by Mexico’s Gabriel Figueroa) work. Based on Graham Greene’s novel The Power and the Glory, the story follows a priest (Fonda) in Latin America pursued by a ruthless police lieutenant carrying out the dictates of an oppressive, anti-clerical government. There’s another fugitive as well: an American killer on the run – and the paths of the two hunted men cross with fateful consequences. A haunting paean to the resilience of faith, The Fugitive remains a filmmaking triumph.
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Wonderful Country, The Bert Rigby, You're a Fool
Robert Mitchum portrays a gunrunner willing to sell his services to the highest bidder, only to have his loyalty captured by a Ranger's beautiful wife (Julie London).
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Funnyman filmmaker Carl Reiner, who put Steve Martin, George Burns and John Candy through their comedic paces in one hit movie after another, strikes again with this warmly outrageous musical comedy. The title role gives dazzling Robert Lindsay (Hornblower, Jericho) a screen-debuting showcase that followed his virtuoso award-winning London/Broadway stage turn in Me and My Girl. His coal miner/wannabe movie star Bert Rigby is all-singing, all-dancing, all-laughing as he delivers dead-on impersonations of Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin – plus delivers pizza, trims trees and copes uproariously with other “between-acting” jobs that plague Tinseltown hopefuls. The Reiner/Lindsay teamwork is a light-footed lark that you’d be a fool to miss.
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Going Wild (1930) Conquerors, The (1932)
Everyone in a small resort town thinks Rollo Smith is famed aviator Robert Story. That’s fine with Rollo, who’s actually a penniless newspaperman bounced from his job. Doe-eyed cuties want to be near him. Stalwart men celebrate him. And all Rollo has to do is compete in the upcoming aviation contest. But an airplane and Buckingham Palace are one and the same to Rollo: he’s never been in either. Wide-mouthed Joe E. Brown plays Rollo in a chipper comedy whose set pieces include Rollo’s self-devised aerial training (using a teetering Murphy bed, a vacuum cleaner, an electric fan – it’s all in the seeing, not the telling.) William A. Seiter (Sons of the Desert) directs this wild tale of a fish out of water who takes to the skies.
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Take heart, Depression-era America: the nation has faced dire economic crises in years past and with pluck, honest work and persistence has pulled itself aright. The Conquerors combines its morale-boosting message with a tale of one family’s lives and times, misfortunes and fortunes from 1873 to 1930. Richard Dix, star of the prior year’s sprawling Cimarron, plays dual roles as smalltown banker Roger Standish and his grandson (in a filmmaking virtuosity rare for the era, the two share the final sequence). The passage of time and events is conveyed in acclaimed montages by Slavko Vorkapich, whose masterly visual compressions also grace David Copperfield, The Good Earth and other classics.
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Thank You Mr. President: Helen Thomas at the White House Deadly Game (1977 TVM)
Directed by award-winning filmmaker Rory Kennedy, Thank You, Mr. President: Helen Thomas at the White House profiles the iconic journalist, a legend in political reporting, who has covered the White House and every president since John F. Kennedy. In this 38-minute film, Thomas, still as sharp as ever, sits down for a one-on-one interview in which she reflects on her storied career, the distinct personalities and foibles of the presidents she has covered, as well as some of the scandals that have rocked the White House over the years. Supplemented by clips of Thomas in action, plus archival photos and footage, the film offers a rare glimpse of a veteran member of the White House Press Corps, who was one of only a handful of female correspondents when she began covering the presidency in the 1960s. Idolized by many and despised by some, Thomas is without a doubt a determined and steadfast journalist, who maintains the utmost respect for the office of the presidency, while knowing it is her job to ask the tough questions.
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A truckload of lethal U.S. Army chemicals spills in Police Chief Abel Marsh’s town. People die. Land is contaminated. What a dreadful accident…if it is an accident. And if it isn’t, just what the heck is going on? Andy Griffith is back as Abel Marsh in a second telefilm about dark doings in the quirky mountain village of Jasper Lake. The fine supporting cast includes James Cromwell (Babe, The Queen) as Abel’s bashful deputy. But it’s Griffith’s show all the way as he proves that when it comes to playing a deadly game, never underestimate laid-back, down-home and very able Abel Marsh.
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Ah, Wilderness Rolling Thunder
Young Richard Miller feels the constraints of his turn-of-the-century New England hometown and close-knit family. Out there – why, out there is a world of advanced ideas like Socialism, advanced men like Oscar Wilde and advanced women who will actually kiss a fellow! So Richard tries to practice a little out there right where he is…with warm, wonderfully funny results. A sterling cast highlighted by Best Actor Oscar® winners* Wallace Beery and Lionel Barrymore plus an up-and-comer named Mickey Rooney gives Eugene O’Neill’s only comedy the loving luster it deserves. Horseless carriages, straw boaters, nickle beer: Ah, Wilderness is a portrait of an America long gone – but forever remembered.
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A gang of sadistic thugs murder the wife and child of a Vietnam vet, who, along with his war buddy and a woman, track down and kill the murderers.
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Hurricane Streets Red Lily, The
This Sundance Film Festival award winner, focuses on a troubled teen trapped by the city, planning for the day that he can make a new life with his uncle in New Mexico. Just when he is on the verge of realizing his dream, a stunning turn of events creates a dark vortex that threatens to pull him down...unless he can engineer his escape.
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For the film fan making the case that silents were truly golden, The Red Lily is a color that serves them well. Hue plays an important part in this “black-and-white” classic, using sepia, red and orange to convey a complexity of mood and emotion. After the death of her father, Marise La Noue (Enid Bennett) can find no safe haven, so she runs off to Paris with Jean Leonnec, the mayor's son (Ramon Novarro). Seeking a better life in Paris, Jean and Marise plan to meet at a specific time and place. When circumstances intervene, the two lovers miss their rendezvous, never reunite and are destined to lead separate lives that become more and more degrading. Marise turns to prostitution and Jean succumbs to the delightful debauchery of a thief named Bo-Bo (Wallace Beery in one of his earliest roles). Heartthrob Navarro and delicate Bennett make a magical combination in this deeply moving tale of fate, tragedy and redemption.
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Cyclops, The (1957) Crack-Up (1946)
Lovely Susan Winter organizes an expedition deep into the wilds of Mexico. She hopes to find her aviator fiancé, lost after his plane crashed. Instead she and her three male companions find behemoth bugs, giant battling lizards, mountains practically glowing with uranium, and a 25-foot-tall human beast with a single eye, a melted-cheese-sandwich face and a very scary attitude. If you like nifty ’50s horror, The Cyclops is the kind of over-the-top frightfest that’ll have you spilling your popcorn. Among the cast: Lon Chaney (The Wolf Man) as a manipulative wheeler-dealer who’d just love to become a uranium millionaire…no matter the danger to the rest of the expedition. Writer/director Bert I. Gordon (Beginning of the End, The Amazing Colossal Man) masterminds the menace.
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After a train wreck sends art critic George Steele (Pat O’Brien) into a mental tailspin, he’s fired from his job at a New York art museum. Seems unjust – until you learn there was no train wreck. This relentless, nervy film noir explores the sinister world of violence and the monied world of aesthetics as Steele’s attempt to reconstruct what really happened leads him to murder, mania and an international conspiracy that threatens the museum’s masterpieces. Herbert Marshall (Foreign Correspondent, The Letter) joins the hunt as a mysterious Brit who’s awfully chummy with the cops. And noir great Claire Trevor (Murder, My Sweet; Key Largo) plays Steele’s sweetheart, a savvy journalist who may know more a lot more than she’s telling.
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Cave-In! (TVM) The Breaking Point
Ships go belly up, high-rise towers burn, Mother Nature blows her volcanic top – all perfect settings for Irwin Allen to unleash his gift for putting star-studded casts in peril and audiences on the edges of their seats. Now the prolific producer plunges deep below terra firma into the rocky perils of Cave In! A handful of citizens (travelers, government officials, a park ranger) are trapped after the sudden collapse of the popular Five Mile Caverns. Someone else is with them: a desperate fugitive eager to claim a hostage after the group works its way to daylight. Slippery inclines, an underwater passage, a geothemal pit, a rickety bridge and more dangers stand between the group and blue skies. Hang on for adventure!
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There's nothing more deadly than a gentle man pushed to the Breaking Point! One of novelist Ernest Hemingway's greatest works comes to the screen in this story of a World War II veteran who has fallen on hard times and discovers exactly how far he will go in a desperate attempt to keep from losing his charter boat. Former PT boat captain Harry Morgan (John Garfield) now skippers a boat out of California. Deeply in debt, he agrees to smuggle Asian immigrants into the United States, but things go badly. Now, in an even more desperate situation, he agrees to ferry a gang of robbers out of the country.
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The Fish that Saved Pittsburgh Leave 'Em Laughing
The Dr. will see you now. Basketball’s Dr. J – Julius Erving – operates on the competition in this hoop-it-up disco-era fantasy about a team on a winning streak when it signs up motley players born under the zodiac’s fish sign of Pisces. Will the Dr. in the house, trademark cloud-walking, net-shredding slam dunks are plentiful. More hoops excitement follows as the Harlem Globetrotters’ Meadowlark Lemon handles the rock as if he had more arms than an octopus and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar shows his winning style as well. Off the court, Flip Wilson is a beleaguered coach and Jonathan Winters plays the dual roles of an ill-natured mogul and a sweet-natured nitwit. The world isn’t round in The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh. It’s round ball. Fish fever – hook it!
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Mickey Rooney plays real-life clown Jack Thum. When Jack realizes he has terminal cancer, his wife helps him regain his inner strength, while taking care of orphans.
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Johnny Eager Buried Alive
"Lana Turner (""Peyton Place,"" ""The Postman Always Rings Twice"") stars as the daughter of a prominent D.A. who is manipulated by gangster Robert Taylor (""Ivanhoe,"" ""All the Brothers Were Valiant"") when she falls head over heels for him. Van Heflin (""Shane,"" ""The Three Musketeers"") received an Academy Award as Taylor's alcoholic confident. With Edward Arnold (""Mr. Smith Goes to Washington""), Robert Sterling (""Show Boat""), Emmy-winner Glenda Farrell (""Kissin' Cousins""), and Barry Nelson (""The Shining""). Directed by Oscar-winner director/producer Mervyn LeRoy (""The Wizard of Oz,"" ""Little Caesar"")."
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Using elements of Poe's short stories, BURIED ALIVE tells the story of Janet Pendelton, a teacher at a correctional school for girls, and the horror she has to face as her students start disappearing. Actually they're being buried alive by someone who has a connection to the school's insane past and perhaps is closer to Janet than she expects.
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Bundle of Joy Purple Hearts
When Bundle of Joy premiered in 1956, Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher were the cutest young marrieds in Hollywood, the obvious choice to headline the musical remake of one of the great comedies of the ’30s, Bachelor Mother. As the Prince Charming of the piece, Fisher proves that as an actor, he is a pretty good crooner. But Reynolds is warmly appealing in the role originated by Ginger Rogers, playing a salesgirl who picks up a foundling, is mistaken for its unwed mother and must keep up the charade – baby and all – to keep her job. Coincidentally, Reynolds discovered she was pregnant before filming began. In true trouper fashion, she was still hoofing up a storm on the soundstage when she was seven months along.
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In the carnage and cruelty of Vietnam, Navy surgeon Don Jardian learned he had to move fast to deal with black marketeers who control vital supplies – and even faster to stitch together a shrapnel-riddled combatant. But he couldn't foresee the emotional crossfire he and nurse Deborah Solomon experience as their romance – and the war's dangers – heighten. Ken Wahl (Wiseguy) and Cheryl Ladd (Charlie's Angels) star in director Sidney J. Furie's vivid and moving Purple Hearts, a Vietnam War drama of love and courage showcasing fine performances and authentic Philippines-filmed recreations of the hell-on-earth that was Vietnam. In love and war, their story makes for an exciting powerful film about a conflict in which there were no easy answers.
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Vacation from Marriage April Morning
Robert and Cathy Wilson (Robert Donat and Deborah Kerr), possibly the dullest married couple in England, bid each other a tepid farewell when World War II separates them. Robert joins the Navy, gets in shipshape condition and becomes a war hero. Cathy joins the WRENS, tries lipstick and a new ’do, and becomes a woman of the world. And both experience a thrilling romantic fling. Three years pass before they get leave at the same time, bringing a reunion they dread. Can the new Robert and Cathy fall in love all over again? Do they even want to try? “Donat and Kerr sparkle” (Leonard Maltin’s Classic Movie Guide) under Alexander Korda’s direction in this film that won a 1946 Academy Award® for Best Original Motion Picture Story. The supporting cast shines, too. Ann Todd plays the lovely war widow who wins Robert’s heart. And Glynis Johns brings her husky voice and offbeat charm to the role of Cathy’s pal in the WRENS, aptly named Dizzy.
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"The ""April Morning"" here is the famous April 19, 1775 upon which the ""Shot heard 'round the world"" was fired, signalling the start of the American Revolution."
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Tide of Empire (1929) Three for the Show (1954)
In the 1840s, California is a land of missions and ranchos, of Spanish grandees and winsome señoritas. Then comes the Gold Rush – and with it comes the tide of empire as prospectors flood in, ignorant of the culture they destroy with their avarice. This history is the backdrop for a fast-paced story of handsome gold seeker Dermot D’Arcy, who wins a rancho in a horse race -- then tries to win the proud daughter of the former owner. She resists, so Dermot gallantly returns the deed and rides to the gold fields. But the two will meet again. A silent with synchronized sound, Tide of Empire is sagebrush heaven for Western fans, featuring gunplay, necktie parties, saloons, wisecracking sidekicks and the excitement of an untamed land.
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Jack Lemmon and Betty Grable are paired in this musical re-make of Too Many Husbands which infuses the original story of a marital mix-up with the backstage action of a musical-comedy. Grable plays Julie Stewart, whose husband Marty (Lemmon), is reported killed in action. Shortly after the widow decides to marry Marty’s best friend and partner, Vernon Lowndes (Gower Champion), husband number one shows up. While Julie tries to decide whether “happily ever after” will be with Marty or hubby number two, she takes up residence with both! The plot is further complicated by Julie’s best friend Gwen (Marge Champion), who becomes both a romantic and professional rival. Will Julie choose Marty or Vernon, or will she lose the love of both through indecision? Newly remastered.
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Where the River Runs Black Psyche 59 (1964)
An orphaned boy who was raised in the Amazon jungle is brought back to civilization by a priest who knew his father.
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Although the doctors can find nothing wrong with her eyes, Alison (Patricia Neal, A Face in the Crowd) remains blind following a fall down stairs during the waning months of her pregnancy. When Alison tells her husband, Eric (Curt Jurgens), of an upcoming visit by her newly divorced younger sister, Robin (Samantha Eggar), he’s angry. But once Robin arrives and sees that her brother-in-law is attracted to her, she deliberately sets out to seduce him, despite the presence of her sightless sister. Newly remastered.
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Tom, Dick And Harry Once Before I Die (1966)
One bride, three grooms. Romantic daydreamer Janie (Ginger Rogers) has gotten herself engaged to three eligible guys. Tom (George Murphy) offers reliability. (Nice, but where’s the moon-June-swoon?) Dick (Alan Marshal) has money. (Handy, but can a bankroll keep you warm at night?) Harry (Burgess Meredith) will take her fishing. (Fun, but couldn’t a girl get tired of trout?) How Janie solves her romantic dilemma provides the zany plot.
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First the Pearl. Then the whole Pacific. Soon after the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor, soldiers of the Rising Sun unleash their fury on other U.S. outposts. Among their targets: the Philippines, whose defenders include the 26th Cavalry, an underequipped American unit better suited for playing polo than fighting mechanized war. Out of this backdrop storms Once Before I Die, a strife-filled tale of a beauty amid the beasts of war. Ursula Andress, who burst to prominence as James Bond’s bikini-clad island girl in Dr. No, plays the beauty. She’s Alex, a lone woman forced by circumstance to accompany the cavalrymen (including John Derek, Richard Jaeckel and Ron Ely) in a desperate march across the jungle. Ahead lies the hoped-for safety of Manila. Behind: the steadily advancing invaders. In between: the chaos and brutality of a war which defies all escape…and claims all innocence.
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Steel No Escape
To stop international terrorists from acquiring lethal military technology that he helped create, one man transforms himself into a modern-day knight in shining armor--Steel.Basketball superstar Shaquille O'Neal stars in this fantastic action-packed adventure of the DC Comics crime-fighting superhero.
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An innocent couple, seeking to clear themselves of a homicide charge, discover that a jealous enraged detective is the murderer.
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From Hell it Came Trojan War (Rescue Me)
An ancient tribal curse. Modern atomic testing. On a remote tropical island, a native prince curses the tribal elders as he is led to his execution for violating tribal law. He vows to return from the grave and returns as the monster, Tabanga--a giant, murderous walking tree stump!
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"Jennifer Love Hewitt (""The Tuxedo,"" ""I Know What You Did Last Summer"") and Will Friedle (TV's ""Batman Beyond,"" TV's ""Boy Meets World"") headline this comedy about a high school student's desperate quest for a condom so he can consummate a long hoped for encounter. His wisecracking female best friend offers a third side to this love triangle. Co-starring Danny Masterson (TV's ""That '70s Show,"" ""Dracula 2000""), Golden Globe-nominee Wendie Malick (TV's ""Just Shoot Me,"" ""The Emperor's New Groove""), Kathy Griffin (TV's ""Suddenly Susan,"" ""Muppets From Space""), Lee Majors (TV's ""The Six Million Dollar Man,"" ""Big Fat Liar"") and Anthony Michael Hall (""Sixteen Candles,"" ""The Breakfast Club"")."
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Mexican Spitfire Complete 8-Movie Collection Men Without Law
Beautiful and vivacious Lupe Velez plays irrepressible Carmelita, a scatterbrain whose attempts to add spice to her life and luster to her marriage always result in farcical shenanigans galore. Leon Errol co-stars in the dual roles of Uncle Matt and the absentminded Lord Epping. And when these two comedy pros cut loose in this 4-Disc, 8-Movie Collection, you’ll be fired up with laughter.
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Known as one of the great western stars of his time, Buck Jones (Empty Saddles) stars as Buck Healy, a soldier returning from the war. When he gets home, he finds out that his younger brother is in trouble with the dangerous Murdock (Harry Woods, Monkey Business). Murdock trails Buck and steals a letter of introduction from Buck to the family of a fallen comrade. Posing as Buck, Murdock visits the Del Rey family and steals the family jewelry and their daughter Juanita (Carmelita Geraghty, My Best Girl). In order to save her, Buck must turn the tables and pose as Murdock. Newly remastered.
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Possessed, The (1977/TV) Chain Lightning (1950)
Papers mysteriously burn, curtains suddenly ignite and the class president inexplicably bursts into flame. There’s something evil happening at Salem’s Helen Page School and only a defrocked minister-turned-exorcist (James Farentino) can save the students from a fiery fate. Co-starring Joan Hackett and highlighted by an eerie score from two-time Oscar® winner* Leonard Rosenman, The Possessed also features a attention-grabbing turn by Harrison Ford as the school’s hunky biology teacher. Originally broadcast on May 1, 1977, the film aired just a few short weeks before Star Wars would make him a household name.
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Matt Brennan knows how to open eyes to the potential of the experimental jet, the JA-3. He’ll pilot it from Nome over the North Pole to Washington, DC and land it on the Pentagon’s lap. The distance is beyond the JA-3’s tested range. Nor can the craft provide the pressurization needed for flight at 80,000 feet. But Brennan has some modifications in mind. And the courage to put them to the test. Humphrey Bogart plays Brennan in Chain Lightning’s lofty mix of adventure and romance. Eleanor Parker, as a World War II flame who reenters Brennan’s life, fuels the romance. And the adventure takes wing with a story that, like Breaking the Sound Barrier, The McConnell Story and other postwar films, taps into the era’s fascination with jet aviation. Cleared for takeoff.
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Left of the Dial Countdown (1968)
"This America Undercover documentary charts the long-anticipated rise, scandalous near-fall, and subsequent salvation of Air America Radio, a liberal radio network geared towards those whose opinions skew a bit more to the ""Left of the Dial."" Told through verite footage shot at the New York-based station over a nine-month period, the 90-minute film begins with a frenetic pace and never lets up from the network's evolution twelve days before and up to its March, 2004 launch, through a much-publicized scandal involving bounced checks that nearly ended the dream, it concludes with a disappointing 2004 election that spawned new resolve among the talent, staff and management of the station. The film provides revealing profiles of management and on-air talent, ranging from those with little or no past radio experience, to those with national fame (or notoriety). The latter includes noted TV satirist and author Al Franken, whose on-air inaugural words promise, ""an end to the right-wing dominance of talk radio, a beginning of a battle for truth, a battle for justice, a battle indeed for America itself."" Wishful thinking?"
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1968. The race to the moon between Cold War antagonists the United States and the Soviet Union has reached a fevered pitch. With both sides poised to land the first man on the moon, the United States learns that the Russians are about to launch a mission. Now, in a desperate attempt to win the Space Race, the Americans accelerate their own space program. Risking failure before the eyes of the world, NASA bypasses its own testing and safety protocols and begins the final Countdown.
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Don King: Only in America Constant Nymph, The
"From running members to ""The Rumble In The Jungle."" From Muhammad Ali to Joe Frazier, Larry Holmes and Mike Tyson, promoter Don King made millions, and made millionaires, making himself the biggest name in boxing since boxing began. But how he got there - making and breaking the law and anyone who got in his way - is the kind of story that could happen only in America. Don King is a hustler with dreams. A numbers runner in Cleveland, guilty of manslaughter and killing in self-defense, he soon builds himself a music and entertainment empire making a few friends, and quite a few enemies along the way. When an introduction to Muhammad Ali in 1971 turns his life around, he sets himself up as a boxing promoter with the single aim of making it to the big time. In pursuit of his great American dream, he wouldn't always fight clean, he wouldn't always fight fair, but Don King would always fight to win."
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Unavailable for over sixty years, the lost classic returns at last. For many decades, the closest people could come to experiencing this timeless tale of love, tragedy and inspiration was through Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s rousing, luscious and lauded score – but no more! Now, all can open their hearts to The Constant Nymph. Joan Fontaine delivers one of her finest performances playing Tessa, a teenaged free spirit locked in battle with her complicated, sophisticated cousin Florence (Alexis Smith) over the love of Lewis (Charles Boyer), an impoverished, gifted composer. Lewis is married to Florence, but young Tessa loves Lewis so completely he finds himself drawn to her more and more. Tessa is soon transformed, first into Lewis’ muse, and then into something more; while Florence’s jealousies cage her in a competition with a child she can’t hope to win. Peter Lorre adds to the magic, shining in a rare, sympathetic supporting role.
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Masterson of Kansas Coma
Before legendary horror director William Castle became the master of the macabre, he directed several westerns, including this one about the legendary sheriff of Dodge City, Bat Masterson. In MASTERSON OF KANSAS, the sheriff (George Montgomery, Battle of the Bulge) is asked by Wyatt Earp (Bruce Cowling, Battleground) to help a local man, Amos Merrick (John Maxwell, The Asphalt Jungle), who is wrongly accused of murder. When Merrick — a peacemaker for a Native American tribe — is convicted, Masterson seeks help from his mortal enemy, Doc Holliday (James Griffith, The Killing). If Masterson cannot discover the truth about the crime, he risks the wrath of the Native American people, who will go to war if Merrick is hanged. Newly remastered.
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The mystery of coma and brain injury has captivated America's imagination for decades but little is understood about the injured brain and its ability to heal. The Center for Head Injuries at JFK Medical Center is one of America's premier institutions for studying and rehabilitating brain-injured patients. This film follows four patients at the Center who have suffered traumatic brain injuries. Over the course of one year, they will emerge from their comas into either a persistent vegetative state, a minimally conscious state, or beyond.
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Your Cheatin' Heart Gun Street
Hank Williams is making a buck pitching a snake-oil cure-all to the gullible, capping his spiel by picking up his guitar and singing. In the crowd is The Drifting Cowboys, a group of touring country-western musicians who happen to be passing through. Say, Hank, would you like to join our group? Memphis-born George Hamilton is winningly natural as Williams in the musical biopic of the short-lived but forever influential “Hillbilly Shakespeare.” It’s a deeply felt, lived-in story, made with the assistance of his widow Audrey and featuring timeless songs (Long Gone Lonesome Blues, I Can’t Help It and Hey, Good Lookin’ among them) lip-synched by Hamilton but sung by another C&W great: Hank Williams, Jr.
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A sheriff goes in pursuit of an escaped convict who is bent on paying back the people responsible for his imprisonment.
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Bitter Sweet Joy of Living
Songbirds and lovebirds Carl and Sarah Linden (Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald) happily starve in a 19th-century Viennese garret, awaiting the day the world will cheer Carl’s operetta. But a lecherous baron (George Sanders, oozing caddishness from every pore) with an eye for Sarah and a taste for duels threatens to turn their hope to tragedy. I’ll See You Again, If You Could Only Come with Me, What Is Love? – Noel Coward wrote some of his subtlest, most poignant songs for the stage version of Bitter Sweet and America’s Singing Sweethearts give them screen immortality. Zigeuner, the grand finale, features MacDonald against a Technicolor® palette as delicate and dramatic as the leading lady herself.
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Broadway star Maggie Garret sings for her supper. And for everybody else’s. She’s the meal ticket for relatives who sap her of money and time, rob her of the joy of living. But Maggie’s workaday world changes when she meets a carefree millionaire who thinks Maggie is a peach. And her family is the pits.
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Beau Brummel (1924) House of Women
Beau Brummel (John Barrymore) is a dandy, a ladies’ man, a social-climbing commoner admitted to English royal circles. Lady Margery Alvanley (Mary Astor) adores him, but is forced to marry a richer man. Their doomed affair – and Brummel’s fall into poverty and disgrace after a single unwise remark – forms the dramatic heart of this opulent 1924 silent classic. Barrymore, then at the peak of his screen power, personifies dash and brio. Astor, poised to become one of film’s finest actresses, is achingly lovely. But it is more than talent and beauty that sets their love scenes aflame. The stars’ torrid off-screen romance imbues their on-screen relationship with authentic, timeless passion.
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In the tradition of its femmes-behind-bars forerunners, this remake of the Warner Bros. genre landmark Caged is reform-minded in its story and spiked with provocatively pitched elements (including a doozy of a catfight riot). “Secrets of the Cells! Innocents Thrown in with Female Bully-Boys!” shouted movie ads. Erica (Shirley Knight) is one of the innocents, pregnant and unjustly locked up for a five-year stint. She gives birth, her child is ultimately taken from her and she uses her wiles to win favor with the warden (Andrew Duggan). Eager to continue the tryst, he denies her parole – a decision that destroys Erica’s reunion with her child and escalates into events that drive the so-called weaker sex to lash out. Payback is in the House!
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Wonder Bar Baghdad ER
Al Jolson heads a cast of ’30s luminaries in this escapist Depression Era mix of music and melodrama. But the biggest star is behind the camera: musical-number creator and director Busby Berkeley, whose genius shines brightest in the spectacular razzle-dazzle of Don’t Say Goodnight. Here, Berkeley orchestrates stunning top shots, eye-popping geometry, mirrors that multiply the dancers into infinity and 60 white pillars that move as effortlessly as the human talent. One night at the Wonder Bar – don’t be late!
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Produced and directed by 11-time Emmy Award-winner Jon Alpert, this 64-minute verite documentary takes an unforgettable look inside the 86th Combat Support Hospital (CSH), the U.S. Army's premier medical facility in Iraq and former site of one of Saddam Hussein's elite medical facilities. Shot over two months in the summer of 2005, the film puts a human face on the wars cold casualty statistics, as doctors and nurses fight to save the lives of wounded soldiers who are Medevaced (helicoptered) in a numbingly routine basis.
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Letter, The (1929) Youngest Profession, The
Adulteress Leslie Crosbie fires a bullet into her lover then, for good measure, five more. At trial, her plaintive testimony tilts the jury toward acquittal. Then scheming Leslie learns someone has a telltale letter she wrote to her paramour. Starring in the 1929 screen tale of Somerset Maugham’s The Letter is the actress who made a name for herself as the stage’s Sadie Thompson in Maugham’s Rain: Jeanne Eagels. As Bette Davis did when she famously played Leslie 11 years later, Eagels earned a Best Actress Oscar® nomination for her volatile performance. Eagels tragically died six months after the film; today it remains the lone available talkie testament to her talent. Kim Novak played Eagels in 1957’s biopic Jeanne Eagels.
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Screen greats Lana Turner, Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon, Robert Taylor and William Powell all have cameos in this fun-loving comedy about teenage girls who cause mayhem while seeking autographs. Young star Virginia Weidler plays Joan Lyons, a New York City teenager with an endearing flair for the melodramatic. Joan serves as president of a movie fan club whose members collect celebrity autographs. When Joan learns that Greer Garson (as herself) is in town, she and best friend Patsy (Jean Porter) set out to meet the actress and get her famous signature. The giddy pair enjoy an assortment of fun adventures as they encounter several other MGM stars along the way in this breezy, modest little funny-bone tickler.
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Romance of Rosy Ridge, The My Gun is Quick
Vacationing at a ski resort, retired screen diva Norma Shearer noticed a picture of pretty Jeanette Morrison. In no time Jeanette had a screen test, a new name – Janet Leigh – and the lead opposite heartthrob Van Johnson in The Romance of Rosy Ridge. Coltish, wide-eyed and talented, Leigh was the ideal choice to play a coltish, wide-eyed beauty in this poignant love story set in the post-Civil War Ozarks, where folks are still divided blue versus gray. When an ex-soldier (Johnson) comes to the troubled town wearing military britches so faded no one can tell the original color, he gets the locals all riled up – especially when he courts the daughter (Leigh) of an ex-Johnny Reb (Thomas Mitchell) who reckons the newcomer may be a damned Yankee!
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Detective Mike Hammer becomes curious when a woman he befriended is murdered.
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Reckless Group, The
By 1935, every movie fan in the world knew Jean Harlow as both a blonde bombshell and a delightful comedienne. To expand her range, the studio gave her a dramatic role in Reckless – and Harlow was a hit. She plays musical star Mona Leslie, the bride of a champagne-stewed blueblood. When he blows his brains out, Mona is suspected of his murder, igniting media frenzy. The film is also notable for its Jerome Kern-Oscar Hammerstein title tune (Harlow, whose considerable skills didn’t extend beyond acting, was dubbed and body doubled in the musical numbers), plus a cast that includes Franchot Tone, Rosalind Russell, and as a hotshot promoter, William Powell, who would become the last love of Harlow’s tragically short life.
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This engaging film focuses on the changing roles and relationships of eight Vassar graduates during the years before WWII and stars Candice Bergen and Joan Hackett.
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Heat's On, The Navy Blue and Gold
Featuring legendary star of the screen Mae West (My Little Chickadee), THE HEAT’S ON is a musical spectacular featuring several songs from the renowned Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra. West plays Fay Lawrence, a Broadway luminary starring in a failing production. With Fay having designs on moving to a new show, producer Tony Ferris (William Gaxton) has to hustle a member of a censorship foundation (Victor Moore, Swing Time) to get Fay to star in his latest production. Also featuring a young Lloyd Bridges (High Noon), THE HEAT’S ON is a must-have for all Mae West fans! Newly remastered.
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“Truck” Cross (James Stewart) is a hardworking midshipman, sworn to regain his father’s disgraced honor. Roger Ash (Robert Young) is a cynical, top-notch athlete hiding a heart of gold, and Richard Gates (Tom Brown) is the pampered but determined son of New York socialites. They are three very different young men who find themselves rooming together during their first year at the Naval Academy of Annapolis. Here they learn the real meaning of teamwork and competition as they lead the battle on and off the Navy’s fields of glory. Navy Blue and Gold is an engaging, heartwarming Hollywood tribute to one of America’s most hallowed institutions, from the opening kickoff to the final two-minute, tear-filled finale.
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Eight on the Lam Brewster McCloud
A bank teller is suspected of embezzlement and goes on the run with his seven children. Bob Hope stars as a bank teller suspected of embezzlement and goes on the run with his seven children.
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From his aerie high within the Houston Astrodome, with help from his offbeat friends, a boy is going to learn to fly with his homemade wings. Expect a miracle from young Brewster McCloud. Director Robert Altman (MASH, Nashville, Gosford Park) weaves an offbeat tale of young McCloud (Bud Cort--Harold and Maude) who lives in an abandoned bomb shelter inside the dome and studies the flight of his pet birds. He's helped in his quest by the seraphic Louise (Sally Kellerman), thwarted by Daphne Heap (Margaret Hamilton--The Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz) and seduced by Suzanne (Shelley Duvall). But when murder victims start to appear--covered in telltale bird droppings--this story of a quirky young man with a dream to break free takes an ominous turn.
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The Boy with Green Hair WAC Double Features: Make Me a Star (1932) / Merton of the Movies (1947)
Made in the hopeful post-World War II era that produced such classics of social conscience as Gentlemen’s Agreement, Pinky and Home of the Brave, this provocative film is a fable for its time – and ours. It tells the supernatural-tinged story of an orphan who finds a safe haven in small-town America…until the day his hair turns green. Then the townfolk turn against him, frightened by the change they cannot understand. A call for tolerance, an inspiring statement that “different” doesn’t mean “threatening,” The Boy with Green Hair boasts a fine cast (Robert Ryan, Pat O’Brien, Dean Stockwell), a popular theme song (Nature Boy) and the feature-film debut of director Joseph Losey (The Servant, The Go-Between).
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Stars in their eyes – laughter in the aisles! Two famed funnymen portray small town hick and Hollywood hopeful Merton Gill in the comedic tale that was first a novel, a beloved (and periodically reprised) stage hit and a silent film. Stuart Erwin adds a wistful note to Merton’s Tinseltown dream in 1932’s Make Me a Star. Red Skelton shows his gift for turning situations into extended gags in 1947’s Merton of the Movies. Both films include star cameos: the Erwin comedy includes then-current luminaries (Tallulah Bankhead, Maurice Chevalier, Claudette Colbert and Gary Cooper), and the Skelton romp offers players whose glory years were in the silent era (including Chester Conklin and Franklyn Farnum). In the 1950s, Erwin and Skelton would reach even wider audiences in TV shows bearing their own names.
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Date with Judy, A Millionaire for Christy!, A
The great American tragedy is no date on Satgedy, but perky Judy Foster (Jane Powell) needn’t worry. Her date for the school dance is that oh-so-handsome new guy in town (Robert Stack). What’s more, she saw him first, so finders keepers, right? Not if her best friend Carol Pringle (Elizabeth Taylor) has her way! Powell and Taylor both moved into more mature roles with this sunny musical inspired by the popular radio series launched in 1941. “One minute I was kissing a horse and the next I was kissing Bob Stack. And I loved it,” Taylor said about this new step in her career. Also taking steps is Wallace Beery, mentored in the rumba (to Xavier Cugat’s orchestra) by inimitable Carmen Miranda. A little wiggle here, a little there – now you got it. See you Satgedy!
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This hilarious screwball comedy gave Fred MacMurray a chance to show his brilliant comedic chops as Peter, a radio personality who is told he’s just inherited two million dollars by a gold-digging secretary (Eleanor Parker as Christy) who is determined to snag him for herself. Though he never quite believes she’s telling the truth about his inheritance, circumstances continue to bring Peter together with Christy, infuriating both his fiancée, June (Kay Buckley), and his pal, Dr. Cook (Richard Carlson), who secretly loves June himself. It’s not long before Christy and Dr. Cook join forces and cook up some shenanigans to help them win the lovers they want. One of the great early comedic directors, George Marshall guided many of the cinema’s most celebrated comedians, from Laurel & Hardy and W.C. Fields to Bob Hope, James Stewart, Glenn Ford, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.
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You're Only Young Once Goober and the Ghost Chasers: The Complete First Season
On vacation with his family on California’s Catalina Island, Andy Hardy (Mickey Rooney) falls head over swim fins for a sophisticated young beauty (Eleanor Lynn). Judge Hardy (Lewis Stone) warns his son that she is too fast for him. But to Andy, that just means he should run after his golden girl a little faster! This sequel to A Family Affair, the enormously successful first Hardy family film, introduces the cast most often associated with the series (only Rooney, Cecilia Parker and Sara Haden appeared in the prior picture). Moviegoers took the whole Hardy clan to its heart – especially Rooney’s irrepressible Andy – and thronged popcorn palaces to share more warmhearted father-and-son wisdom leavened by laughs.
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Get spooked with ghost hunters Gilly, Ted and Tina as they travel the globe from Scotland to South America with their reluctant pooch Goober on a search for paranormal action in this fondly remembered animated treat from Hanna-Barbera Productions. Full of good intentions and false bravado, Goober stands at the ready asking, “Who’s afraid of ghosts?” Turns out, he is! His distinctive striped hat is the only evidence he leaves behind when a ghost appears. Uncover urban legends, unmask bumbling crooks and solve wacky mysteries with popular guest stars like basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain and singing sensations the Partridge Family kids – Laurie, Danny, Chris and Tracy (voiced by actors Susan Dey, Danny Bonaduce, Brain Foster and Suzanne Crough). Spooktacular fun will haunt you in this 4-Disc, 16-Episode Goober and the Ghost Chasers Complete Series Collection!
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