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  • An ex-Civil War officer recieves a dishonorable discharge, becomes a powerful business man in Nevada, and devises a plot to steal an employee's wife.
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  • Based on characters from the DC Comics series, superhero Virgil Hawkins and his classmates confront real problems and issues faced by today's teens: peer pressure, gangs and growing up in an ethnically diverse, urban neighborhood.
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  • Joan Crawford stars as a dancer in a traveling circus. Stranded in a corrupt Southern town, she is framed for murder by a crooked sheriff.
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  • Director:   William Wyler
    Cast:   Miriam Hopkins, Merle Oberon, Joel McCrea
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/18/1936
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  • It's time to once again take your front-row seats to the best variety show of the Jazz Age, as the vaunted and venerable Vitaphone presents a third collection of vintage Vaudeville and more sound shorts!
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  • Music, romance, comedy and a Honolulu setting make a merry mix in It's a Date, featuring Walter Pidgeon, Kay Francis and Deanna Durbin at the height of her young career.
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  • In a rare light comedy performance, a vivacious Bette Davis matches wits with the debonair Robert Montgomery.
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  • In 1954, the era of live TV, a hapless production assistant is given the task of keeping his alcoholic film idol out of trouble long enough to appear on the King Kaiser Hour.
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  • Lloyd Bacon's vigorous direction, the fluidly mobile camerawork and the spot-on production design create a lustrous period flavor to match the power of the peerless John Barrymore - all the way to an ending that may gall Melville purists, but will enthrall fans of splendid studio moviemaking.
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  • Through impenetrable jungles. Across perilous swamps. Desperate for a second chance at life, a band of Devil's Island felons and a tough-as-nails prostitute struggle toward freedom.
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  • From visionary filmmaker Samuel Fuller comes this thought-provoking frontier classic starring Rod Steiger and Sarita Montiel. Refusing to accept defeat, embittered rebel Pvt. O`Meara (Steiger) heads west after the Civil War, turning his back on the United
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  • The film adaptation of the classic stage musical about the life and times of an ordinary guy named Littlechap, who is more ambitious than wise, and the lovers in his life.
    Director:   Philip Saville
    Cast:   Tony Tanner, Millicent Martin, Leila Croft, Valerie Croft, Neil Hawley
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/1966
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  • A battle has been engaged to restore the balance of dreams, as the most magical creatures that can be imagined enter the fray.
    Director:   Charles Swenson
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/18/1983
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  • Marion Davies, Billie Dove, Robert Montgomery, and Jimmy Durante star in this tale of two showgirls on the road from rags to riches who compete for the same man.
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  • Director:   Karen Thomas
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  • Academy Award-winner Sean Connery stars in Fred Zinnemann's hauntingtale of incestuous love set against a magnificent background of theSwiss Alps.
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  • Remy is a former bootlegger trying to go legit but is finding sales flatter than his beer. What to do when he discovers four freshly ventilated mobster corpses in his upstairs? Find out as one wild situation follows another.
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  • Her Majesty, Love is a film frolic of firsts and lasts. It sadly marks the last movie for Broadway's vivacious Marilyn Miller (star of the earlier Sally and Sunny, adaptations of her stage musicals available from Warner Archive), who would return to the boards but not the screen.
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  • Art Carney stars as a semi-retired private eye who is drawn back into action when his longtime partner is shot to death while searching for the kidnapped cat of a kooky Los Angeles woman.
    Director:   Robert Benton
    Cast:   Art Carney, Lily Tomlin, Bill Macy, Eugene Roche, Joanna Cassidy, Ruth Nelson, John Davey, Howard Duff, John Considine
    Theatrical Release Date: 02/09/1977
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  • Who wants to hire a three-time loser? No One, so Duke Berne falls in with crooks planning an armored car heist.
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  • Heroes and villains of DC Comics square off in the two-part, live-action, made-for-TV smackdowns. Who knew DC Super Heroes and villains packed as much verbal wit as physical grit when not locked in mortal combat? These Legends will leave you laughing.
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  • Director:   Mark Robson
    Cast:   Dana Andrews, Susan Hayward, Kent Smith, Jessie Royce Landis, Robert Keith, Gigi Perreau
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/25/1949
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  • Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas star in this thriller about a Marine Corps colonel who accidentally discovers a plot to take over the government by a high-ranking general.
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  • In the second season of this upbeat comedy, sisters Holly (Amanda Bynes) and Valerie (Jennie Garth) have moved into a New York City loft - and become well-acquainted with Holly's uncanny ability to unravel her straitlaced sibling's well-ordered life. Nevertheless, Valerie's own public relations firm, which she runs out of the loft with her quirky friend Lauren (Leslie Grossman), has hit the ground running. While Holly's feelings for cute messenger boy Vince (Nick Zano) have ruffled her relations
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  • Panama City-bound clipper Silver Queen has a full passenger load - and fans of fanciful Hollywood "B" adventures should climb aboard.
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  • A triumph of grand scale and a nominee for the prized Best Picture Oscar®, Anthony Adverse is Hollywood moviemaking at its most glorious.
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  • Robert Sterling, John Ireland and Gloria Grahame star in this Western noir gem directed by two-time Oscar® nominee Mark Robson.
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  • Randolph Scott and Anthony Quinn star in this adaptation of Pearl S. Buck's novel about the people of a small village trapped between warring armies under the China Sky.
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  • Pro football families the Huddles and the McCoys fumble their way through life in this primetime animated sports sit-com.
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  • A Western mining town ... a fortune in gold ... a beautiful lady crime boss ... and the undercover investigator sent to flush her out.
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  • Robert Mitchum, Jane Russel and Raymond Burr star in a film noir about a mobster in need of an new identity, the man so desperate for cash that he is willing to sell his name, and the gold-digging beauty determined to land a rich husband.
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  • A proud cavalry soldier and former slave is accused of rape and murder but defended and during a court martial by his superior officer.
    Director:   John Ford
    Cast:   Jeffrey Hunter, Constance Towers, Billie Burke, Woody Strode, Juano Hernandez
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/20/1960
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  • As Margaret, Bette Davis got yet another good picture and earned her ninth Academy Award nomination. Davis's confident, perceptive performance lends absolute authenticity.The Star shines.
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  • A stray puppy and a sheepherder are inseparable, until one fateful night when the sheepherder is killed and the law becomes a Challenge to Lassie.
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  • Manhattanites Bill and Connie Fuller are trying to make a go of life in their dilapidated, recently purchased country home. The place has a lot of history. George Washington slept there. Or was it Benedict Arnold?
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  • Douglas Sirk (All That Heaven Allows) makes his American directorial debut in this powerful wartime thriller starring John Carradine.
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  • Caught between two worlds, a man who was orphaned in the African jungle as a baby and raised by apes has grown to rule and to protect the wild beasts, a hero known only as Tarzan.
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  • George Segal stars as a mixed up Beverly Hills lawyer who discovers he's madly in love with his ex-wife and tries to undo the damage he has done to their relationship.
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  • When Anna Holm looks at aristocratic Torsten Barring, she sees romance. When Torsten looks at her, he sees horror: a web of scar tissue that twists her face into a grotesque mask.
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  • The sometimes heroic, sometimes infamous deeds of legendary Mexican bandit and patriot Pancho Villa are brought to life in this highly acclaimed blockbuster starring Wallace Beery.
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  • An amnesiac must prove himself innocent of murder in this twisty noir mystery from director Anthony Mann, starring Tom "The Falcon" Conway and Ann Rutherford (Inside Job).
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  • Murder becomes a laughing matter in two screwball mysteries based on the comic misadventures of attorney John J. Malone, one of the most popular fictional sleuths.
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  • Hollywood's first sound-era nondocumentary feature shot on the Dark Continent, Trader Horn is director W.S. Van Dyke's wonder-filled window on an unspoiled African landscape and a rugged adventure that set the bar for decades of exciting safari sagas to come, from the Tarzan tales to Hatari!
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  • An all-star cast headlines this witty mystery-thriller about a movie producer who invites six friends to a cruise aboard his yacht
    Director:   Herbert Ross
    Cast:   Richard Benjamin, Dyan Cannon, James Coburn, Joan Hackett, J, James Mason, Ian Mcshane, Raquel Welch
    Theatrical Release Date: 06/01/1973
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  • Oscar-winning Director Victor Fleming deftly orchestrates the script's tense drama and hilarious erotic comedy, helping Gable and Harlow turn Red Dust into pure gold.
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  • Six-time Oscar-nominated romantic classic about a staid schoolmaster whose heart is thawed by a beautiful young woman. Starring Robert Donat, Greer Garson and Paul Henreid.
    Director:   Sam Wood
    Cast:   Robert Donat, Greer Garson, Terry Kilburn, John Mills, Paul, Paul Henreid
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/15/1939
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  • An honest insurance detective (Charles McGraw) turns to crime after falling for a gold-digger (Joan Dixon).
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  • Imagine you awake from a coma to learn that you are to face a court-martial for treason and murder.. and you don't know if you're guilty or an innocent patsy being framed as The Clay Pigeon.
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  • Humphrey Bogart and James Cagney star as two men on opposite sides of the law--the villainous Whip McCord and the man who's come to clean up the town, The Oklahoma Kid.
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  • Joan Crawford, William Powell and Robert Montgomery shine in this sparkling drawing room comedy, costarring Frank Morgan, Jessie Ralph and Nigel Bruce.
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  • Sassy and ambitious waitress Mary Evans (Constance Bennett) amuses and befriends seldom-sober director Max Carey (Lowell Sherman), who stumbles into her restaurant.
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  • Young German woman Anna Miller has acquired a taste for freedom and democracy while attending school in the United States.
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  • College sports star Lee Sheridan arrives at England's Oxford University on a scholarship, boasting his athletic exploits. The Brits aren't impressed and it doesn't take long for them to teach the Yank a few things about humility and fair play.
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  • It's a fur-to-riches story as Danny -- a spunky, wise-crackin' cat with moves like Fred Astaire -- heads to Hollywood on a quest to overcome the "species barrier" and become a dancing movie legend.
    Director:   Mark Dindal
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/26/1997
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  • Lavish musical numbers highlight this comedic tale of three cadets about to graduate from a military academy. This stylish fun features Joel Grey (Academy Award-winner for "Cabaret") in his first movie role, and musical star Gordon MacRae.
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  • There's a lot more to enjoy in this roller-coaster romantic drama: a volcanic Crawford performance, knockout renditions of Tenderly, Blue Moon and many more.
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  • Six years out of prison and Eddie Pedak (Alain Delon) has kept his nose clean, avoiding any contact with his brother (Jack Palance), the head of a criminal gang.
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  • James Cagney and Pat O'Brien give Hollywood an affectionate chuck under the chin (and a comic kick in the keister) in this filmmaking spoof based on the same-titled 669-performance Broadway hit by Bella and Samuel Spewack (My Favorite Wife, Kiss Me, Kate) and zestily directed by Lloyd Bacon (42nd Street).
    Theatrical Release Date: 08/27/1938
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  • Young Eddie (Eddie Cantor) finds himself facing uncertain exile after crossing the ruthless oligarchs that run his town.
    Director:   Frank Tuttle
    Cast:   Eddie Cantor, Ruth Etting, Gloria Stuart, David Manners, The Goldwyn Girls
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/27/1933
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  • When ambitious attorney Jerry Ladimer (Lee Bowman) makes a deal with a gangster for future political favors, his first order of business is to kill the DA.
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  • Meet A.J. Raffles, a charming English cricketer who hobnobs by day with British society, but robs them at night as a gentleman thief.
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