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  • When the leading lady of a Broadway musical breaks her ankle, she is replaced by a young unknown actress, who becomes the star of the show.
    Director:   Lloyd Bacon
    Cast:   Warner Baxter, Bebe Daniels, George Brent, Ruby Keeler, Guy, Guy Kibbee, Una Merkel, Ginger Rogers, Ned Sparks, Dick Powell
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/08/1933
    Price:$21.99
  • 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.
    Price:$17.99
  • Sally and Alex are young marrieds who inherit a crumbling mansion and a horde of hideous, whispering, murdering mini-demons! Now REMASTERED and with added SPECIAL FEATURES!
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/10/1973
    Price:$17.99
  • Four postwar heroes - a veritable United Nations from Britain,France,Russia and the U.S. - battle a cadre of diehard Nazis to rescue an anti-fascist German statesman in this tense espionage thriller starring Robert Ryan, Merle Oberon and Paul Lukas.
    Price:$17.99
  • When quiet, Midwesterner Orfamy Quest hires Marlowe to find her brother, what should be a simple case for the detective quickly becomes a dangerous game of cat and mouse.
    Price:$19.99
  • A dentist marries out of spite when his childhood sweetheart is betrothed to his rival. He changes his mind when he discovers his true feelings for his wife.
    Price:$19.99
  • A bittersweet story of sisters (Jean Simmons, Joan Fontaine, Piper Laurie and Sandra Dee) embracing love in a time of war, but it's the sensitive romance between a war widow (Simmons) and a jaded captain (Newman) that forms the tale's poignant heart.
    Director:   Robert Wise
    Cast:   Jean Simmons, Joan Fontaine, Paul Newman, Piper Laurie, Sand, Sandra Dee, Charles Drake
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/08/1957
    Price:$19.99
  • A ravishingly beautiful fantasy about a con artist (Astaire) in a mythical Latin American country who convinces a naive heiress (Bremer) that he's her guardian angel. It's a perfect plot to fleece the winsome mark, until love gets other ideas.
    Price:$19.99
  • "Laws are usually enforced with guns, which I've got." Homesteader Corey Everett (Jeff Richards) is determined to keep his canyon-sheltered Arizona parcel - complete with its valuable well.
    Price:$21.99
  • 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.
    Price:$21.99
  • Alec Guinness has double trouble in this stylish mystery thriller costarring Bette Davis, based on the novel by Daphne du Maurier (Rebecca).
    Price:$19.99
  • The California Dolls are hot, young and dirty (well, muddy). But although the gorgeous tag-team wrestlers may be wallowing in a down-market mud-wrestling bout right now, they have a dream: the championship match at the MGM Grand in Reno.
    Director:   Robert Aldrich
    Cast:   Peter Falk, Vicki Frederick, Laurene Landon, Burt Young, Tra, Tracy Reed, Ursaline Bryant-King, Claudette Nevins
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/16/1981
    Price:$17.99
  • The Human Comedy is the story of a high school student Homer and the lives he touches while delivering telegrams throughout his California town during the years of World War II.
    Price:$19.99
  • Ask Mother' says the message scrawled in lipstick at a murder scene by an unknown serial killer who preys on women. It's a sensational story.
    Price:$19.99
  • Meg Johnson is eager to discover the glories of Italy with her beautiful daughter Clara, who was mentally impaired in a childhood accident.
    Price:$19.99
  • Linda Rollins' (Russell) luck has gone from bad to worse. A casino owner's been bumped off, her diamond necklace is missing and her shady husband (Price) is suspected of the crimes.
    Price:$21.99
  • From Mexico via Hollywood comes a Technicolor® treat too full of stars, romance, song and dance to keep under your hat.
    Price:$21.99
  • Three strangers, three incredibly dangerous people drawn together by their greed. Each ready to kill for the riches of ...Kwan Yin.
    Price:$19.99
  • A newspaper publisher, a novelist frames himself for murder, intending to produce exonerating evidence at the last moment. But the publisher suddenly dies, the evidence is lost.
    Price:$19.99
  • Tony Randall plays a stuffy tax auditor who comes to ferret out wealth on a small farm before falling for the owner's daughter who changes his mind about his mission there.
    Price:$19.99
  • A priest in Latin America is pursued by a police lieutenant carrying out the dictates of an oppressive, anti-clerical government. Another fugitive: an American killer on the run.
    Price:$19.99
  • Joan Crawford stripped to her teddy and tore into a Charleston powered by a zillion watts of sexual energy - and shocked the corsets and cravats off parents who'd heard disturbing rumblings of what their children were up to.
    Price:$19.99
  • The most far-out courtroom thriller you'll ever see. Set in outer space, the defendant is all of us and the issue is whether we should be allowed to survive. Defending counsel, the Spirit of Man, says yes. Prosecuting counsel, the Devil, says no.
    Price:$19.99
  • Innocent and sweet on the outside, Christabel is a conniving liar who'll do anything to anyone for her own gain.
    Price:$21.99
  • Santa Rita's stoic lawman wears a patch over his war-wounded right eye - and that's not all that's covered up.
    Price:$21.99
  • Fred Astaire finds a new dance partner in Joan Leslie in this delightful wartime musical.
    Price:$19.99
  • When his dying wife returns with a baby girl a year after leaving him for Crane (Barrymore), the trader who crippled him, a Limehouse magician named Phroso (Chaney) vows to get even.
    Price:$17.99
  • 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
    Price:$19.99
  • After a perilous mission to an asteroid, a crew returns to its space station, unaware a bit of ooze from the asteroid clings to a crewman's uniform. The green goop grows into monsters.
    Director:   Kinji Fukasaku
    Cast:   Robert Horton, Richard Jaeckel, Luciana Paluzzi, Ted Gunther, Bud Widom
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/21/1969
    Price:$19.99
  • Hope portrays Arthur J. Niles, noted author of books that offer worldly advice while documenting the lifestyles and love life of various cultures. His newest study: Paradise Village, a rambling new suburb in Southern California's San Fernando Valley.
    Price:$19.99
  • How bad is Ronald? A family finds out when they move into a house with an extra they didn't know about: teenage Ronald, who's been hiding in a secret room since he killed a neighbor girl. Ronald was a little weird then, now he's creepy-scary crazy.
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/23/1974
    Price:$17.99
  • Alec's wife Maida is a beauty, but also a venomous, self-absorbed schemer. Then Alec falls for an open-hearted widow named Julie. Maida turns wedding vows into a steel trap: If Alec files for divorce; she'll drag Julie into court as a homewrecker.
    Price:$19.99
  • A story of Hitler's rise to power as seen through the microcosm of one German family. What may seem small and personal is instead towering, a bold revelation of the brutality of the Nazi regime leading to a ban of all MGM movies in Germany.
    Price:$19.99
  • With a lovely new bride and a diplomatic appointment imminent, David Talbot sees his life on an upswing - if he is really David Talbot. Blackmailers say he is actually a murderer and thief named Jean Pelletier.
    Price:$19.99
  • With its top cast and Vincente Minnelli's command of color and melodrama, this film is popcorn for fans of soaps.
    Price:$19.99
  • Moody scientist Jim Grayam rescues the lovely Lorrie, only to learn that she's his boss' wife! After Grayam and Lorrie embark on a torrid affair, he hatches the perfect plan: kill Cort while faking insanity to avoid a murder rap!
    Price:$17.99
  • Comedian Gene Wilder and Donald Sutherland star in this hysterical farce as two sets of twins mixed up at birth -- one raised as an aristocrat, and the other as a peasant.
    Price:$17.99
  • Cagney plunges into his first period film with his fists and charisma at the service of a story tracing Morgan's rise from shanghaied sailor to Barbary power broker.
    Price:$17.99
  • This wacky vaudeville-style romp casts the irreverent comedy team as feuding co-owners of a drug company.
    Price:$17.99
  • Independent cabbie Matt Nolan is primed to let his fists and handgun deliver payback after a big taxi firm uses intimidation and violence to squeeze out small-timers.
    Price:$19.99
  • Bill Clark is a brooding, ex-con who has spent his entire adult life behind bars. When a reporter posts a front-page story on his release he leaves town. He heads to New York for a fresh start, but finds more complications with a dancehall dame.
    Director:   Felix Feist
    Cast:   Ruth Roman, Steve Cochran, Lurene Tuttle, Ray Teal, Morris A, Morris Ankrum, John Kellogg, Lee Patrick, Stuart Randall
    Theatrical Release Date: 08/08/1951
    Price:$17.99
  • This colorful screwball comedy uses the premise of 150 little people playing The Wizard of Oz's Munchkins housed in one Culver City hotel - and indulging in some high-energy partying.
    Price:$19.99
  • This tale visits Biblical and modern times as it draws a parallel between two fateful eras. Noah and his family survive the worldwide destruction - and vast destruction of another age lashes out as national hatreds erupt and World War I rages.
    Director:   Michael Curtiz
    Cast:   Dolores Costello, George O'Brien, Noah Beery Sr., Louise Faz, Louise Fazenda, Guinn Williams, Paul Mcallister
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/01/1928
    Price:$19.99
  • A sleepy New England town harbors a community of the undead -- a horde of blood-frenzied vampires who've kept their ghoulish identities hidden for more than 300 years.
    Director:   Larry Cohen
    Cast:   Michael Moriarty, Samuel Fuller, Ricky Addison Reed, Andrew, Andrew Duggan, June Havoc, Evelyn Keyes, Ronee Blakley
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/01/1987
    Price:$19.99
  • Oceanfront High School student Ponce de Leon Harper is obsessed with sex. Fortunately, he meets lots of girls. Unfortunately, they all end up dead. Top cast includes Rock Hudson ,Angie Dickinson and Telly Savalas as a savvy homicide cop.
    Price:$19.99
  • An ambitious drama reverberating with world war II-era heroism and inspired by a real-life legend.
    Director:   Lothar Mendes
    Cast:   Rosalind Russell, Fred MacMurray, Herbert Marshall, Eduardo, Eduardo Ciannelli, Walter Kingsford
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/15/1943
    Price:$21.99
  • Who is Scorpio and what's his connection to the suicide of a British spy?
    Price:$21.99
  • Raquel Welch stars as an exotic dancer stalked from Las Vegas to Los Angeles by the psychopathic ex-husband of her friend, who blames her for the break-up of their marriage.
    Price:$19.99
  • Tough detectives, pretty women, ace reporters. All staples of the film-noir genre and exemplified by these two films.
    Price:$17.99
  • Jean Negulesco continues his classic run of forties film noirs with this tale of a con artist who falls for the mark he is trying to fleece.
    Price:$19.99
  • Through mesmerizing flashbacks, the story is told of Marian Washburn (Maureen O' Hara), a once-prominent singer who begins to lose her voice.
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  • A stranger with a mysterious past arrives in a small, quiet Ohio town and forever changes the lives he touches.
    Price:$21.99
  • James Cagney kicks serious asphalt in director Howard hawk's high-speed thrill ride costarring Joan Blondell and Ann Dvorak.
    Price:$21.99
  • Two-fisted mercenary Vincent Price descends deep into the bowels of Chinatown in a daring attempt to break up a human trafficking ring in this delirious pulp action adventure.
    Price:$19.99
  • Devotion tells the story of the daring women who created Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre. Ida Lupino and Olivia deHavilland portray the sisters, yearning for literary success and the love of the same man (Paul Henreid).
    Price:$19.99
  • When a jockey heads for that great post position in the sky during a major race, mystery writer Paula Bradford is sure it's murder. Her ex-husband Dr. Lawrence Bradford is sure she's nuts - until a dead body at his doorstep makes him suspect #1.
    Price:$19.99
  • Bette Davis and Margaret Lindsay portray stepsisters from a society family in the City by the Bay. One sister is amiable, upright, upholding the family name. The other is volatile, risk-taking, and hovering too close to high-living lowlifes.
    Price:$17.99
  • Nazi spies pursue a Spanish Civil War veteran in search of a priceless keepsake.
    Price:$19.99
  • Walter Huston stars as a corrupt U.S. President who has a brush with an angel after a near-fatal car crash and awakens determined to right all America's wrongs - now and by any means possible.
    Price:$17.99
  • Flynn plays a blueblood who juggles two identities: his public persona as a white-shoe investment counselor and a secret life as a detective novelist. The fun begins when he stumbles into a real case of murder that leads him to danger.
    Price:$19.99
  • Herman's Hermits are on a U.S. tour, where they're mobbed by various birds - and secretly monitored by a nerdy scientist to determine if they are rocket worthy.
    Price:$19.99
  • In this chilling, iconic film noir, Robert Mitchum plays a new bride's (Kim Hunter) former beau, who provides a strong shoulder to lean on when his ex suspects the mysterious man she married (Dean Jagger) may be a killer.
    Price:$17.99
  • The director and screenwriter of Bette Davis's Beyond the Forest - King Vidor (The Fountainhead) and Lenore Coffee (The End of the Affair) - reteam in a richly atmospheric mix of mystery, romance and murder sparked by a luminous cast.
    Director:   King Vidor
    Cast:   Richard Todd, Ruth Roman, Mercedes Mccambridge, Zachary Scot, Zachary Scott
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/12/1951
    Price:$17.99
  • Boston judge Tom Bailey has position, security and a lovely home on Beacon Hill. He also has a disagreeable wife, a selfish daughter and a nagging suspicion that somehow his life has gone terribly wrong.
    Price:$17.99
  • A woman who was denied the locket in childhood now turns her charms on man after man as she plots jewel theft after jewel theft.and theft ultimately leads to murder. The film's intricate use of flashbacks has earned it cult status.
    Price:$19.99
  • Ronald Reagan fights for workers' rights as Steve Talbot. Ann Sheridan portrays a wised-up, dirt-poor juke joint dancer who comes to love him. Together they risk their lives to defy the tyranny of big money and defend the dignity of honest work.
    Price:$17.99
  • A man is bewitched by the mysterious Madam Satan he meets at a lavish masquerade ball. Does this mean the end of his marriage to the demure spouse he left at home?
    Price:$19.99
  • A gambling ship owner plans to scam a virtuous young woman, only to fall in love with her and go legit.
    Price:$19.99
  • A respected doctor fakes his death, deserts his family, throws away his career and drives himself to the edge of madness - all for the love of saloon singer Nora Prentiss.
    Price:$19.99
  • 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
    Price:$19.99
  • Stefanie Powers stars as an American girl who goes to the south of France to do her thesis research on a recently deceased composer.
    Director:   Alan Gibson
    Cast:   Stefanie Powers, James Olson, Margaretta Scott, Joss Ackland, Jane Lapotaire, Kirsten Betts
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/1972
    Price:$17.99
  • Set in 19th-century Europe and New Zealand, this sweeping romance tells the story of two beautiful sisters, one headstrong and one gentle, and of the man who marries one even though he loves the other.
    Price:$19.99
  • Tracy plays true-life explorer Major Robert Rogers, the leader of the celebrated Rogers' Rangers fighting force that took on one of the most challenging expeditions in military history.
    Price:$19.99
  • Seven men escape from a Nazi concentration camp and are hunted down until only one (Spencer Tracy) remains. Directed by Fred Zinnemann, co-starring Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy.
    Price:$19.99
  • The screen's Schnarzan wants to wow the visiting Baron Munchausen by throwing him a big, bustling Tinseltown bash. Hollywood Party - a wildly inconsistent but ever fun musical-novelty!
    Price:$17.99
  • Elizabeth Taylor plays a woman who is a witness to murder.but whose?
    Price:$17.99
  • When Wheeler and Woolsey come to town, rain - and train wrecks - follow.
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  • The comedy team of Wheeler and Woolsey are at it again in this screwball comedy.
    Price:$17.99
  • Killer Red Kluger busts out of Folsom Prison and makes for a desert hideout. But first he makes a detour to Los Angeles to kidnap the three people he blames for his ticket to the gas chamber: a cop, the DA and ex-girlfriend he believes betrayed him.
    Price:$17.99
  • Sentenced to 30 days cooling his heels in the Duck Creek cooler for speeding, Rick Belrow decides he doesn't like anything about small towns until he meets small town girl Cindy.
    Director:   Leslie Kardos
    Cast:   Jane Powell, Farley Granger, Ann Miller, S.Z. Sakall, Bobby, Bobby Van, Nat King Cole, William Campbell, Philip Tonge
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/10/1953
    Price:$19.99
  • A minister and his small-town Southern congregation find the inner strength to lay down arms and rebuild their lives and their town after the devastation of the United States Civil War.
    Price:$19.99
  • An escapist Depression Era mix of music and melodrama. 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.
    Price:$17.99
  • It's live and loud. It's urgent and proud. It's more than two-dozen young, energetic bands caught in the act and making the music and moments matter in hot, crowded, amped venues scattered across L.A., London, New York City and elsewhere.
    Director:   Derek Burbidge
    Cast:   The Police, Devo, Dead Kennedys
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/01/1982
    Price:$19.99
  • Jane Fonda stars in this wonderful story about the crumbling of a wealthy suburban community's facade of smug respectability when four women allow themselves to become part of a scientific survey that examines their sex lives.
    Price:$17.99
  • Could a simple country nurse possibly have found a treatment for polio when educated doctors have failed?
    Price:$21.99
  • Rosalind Russell stars in one of her most challenging roles in the suspenseful drama.
    Price:$21.99
  • Based on an actual mass breakout attempt that occurred in January 1962, Escape from East Berlin is a masterful tale of thrills and suspense from Robert Siodmak, the director of The Killers and Criss Cross.
    Price:$21.99
  • Sterling Hayden takes command of a wagon train - and the screen - for a rousing tale of frontier action and redemption.
    Price:$21.99
  • A few months after her wedding to John Agar, 18-year-old Shirley Temple stars as an on-screen bride in this breezy comedy set in Mexico City.
    Price:$21.99
  • Twelve-year-old Kathleen wishes her widowed father would pay more attention to family life, such as finding her a stepmother.
    Price:$21.99
  • The sweeping epic tale of King Arthur and the idyllic kingdom of Camelot comes to the screen in this classic tale of romance, betrayal, loyalty and The Knights of the Round Table.
    Price:$19.99
  • Sheer, utter madness is the order of the day in this laugh riot on wheels that features one of America's all-time favorite funnymen, Red Skelton.
    Price:$19.99
  • Think of Red Skelton and chances are you think of Clem Kadiddlehopper, The Mean Widdle Kid or Freddie the Freeloader.
    Price:$17.99
  • Red Skelton plays Aubrey Filmore, a feather-brained but lovable bellboy who dreams of becoming an agent for the Union's secret service during the Civil War.
    Price:$19.99
  • Karen Morley portrays unfortunate Jenny, who plans to blackmail her rich and powerful paramours at a posh soiree. Instead, she is murdered.
    Price:$19.99
  • Lavish in its staging, full of passion and swordplay, and based on a true story, The King's Thief is a romantic, swashbuckling drama of royal intrigue inside the court of Charles II.
    Price:$19.99
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