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  • Robert Mitchum stars as a tough private eye who is caught in a complex web of love, money and murder when he is hired to find a hood's homicidal girlfriend and falls in love with her.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Jacques Tourneur
    Cast:   Robert Mitchum, Jane Greer, Kirk Douglas, Rhonda Fleming, Richard Webb
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/13/1947
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  • Spinning tales of big money made as a bronco buster, an ex-rodeo star (Robert Mitchum) wanders into the life of ranch hand Wes Merritt (Arthur Kennedy).
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  • An astonishing assortment of MGM Theatrical Shorts spanning two decades and showcasing big bands, classic comedians, vaudeville greats and more in an amazing 8+-Hour, 4-Disc Collection of 34 Theatrical Shorts.
    Rating:NR
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  • Connery and Bergen star in this Middle East romantic adventure about a Moroccan chief who triggers an international incident when he kidnaps an American widow and her children.
    Rating:PG
    Director:   John Milius
    Cast:   Sean Connery, Candice Bergen, Brian Keith, John Huston
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/22/1975
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  • U.S. Navy honchos in World War II London have a humdinger of a war on their hands. They want the first American fatality of D-Day to be a sailor, to glorify the navy's effort.
    Director:   Arthur Hiller
    Cast:   James Garner, Julie Andrews, Melvyn Douglas, James Coburn, Joyce Grenfell
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/27/1964
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  • Rock star Mick Jagger stars in a stunning reality/fantasy trip set in London’s underworld. A criminal hides out at the home of a bizarre rock star and his mysterious, beautiful companion.
    Rating:R
    Director:   Nicolas Roeg
    Cast:   Allan Cuthbertson, James Fox, Mick Jagger, Vicky Hodge
    Theatrical Release Date: 07/31/1970
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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.
    Rating:NR
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  • Vincente Minnelli directs this musical film version of the acclaimed Broadway production about a Baghdad poet who charms his way into the Wazir's harem.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Vincente Minnelli
    Cast:   Howard Keel, Sebastian Cabot, Ann Blyth
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/08/1955
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  • The story of a sailor and the owner of a seaside cafe falling in love.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Roy Rowland
    Cast:   Debbie Reynolds, Walter Pidgeon, Vic Damone
    Theatrical Release Date: 02/24/1955
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  • It is the turn of the previous century, and American automakers are worried about how to sell their new product to an uneducated public.
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  • Crime pays handsomely in this smart and stylish double feature based on the adventures of Arsene Lupin, fiction’s most famous gentleman thief.
    Rating:NR
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  • Take a famed operetta scored by Sigmund Romberg, update its tale of romance and heroics with the then-current Nazi peril, include a lively cast and imaginative direction, burnish the burning desert sands with rich Technicolor® cinematography and voila!
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Robert Florey
    Cast:   Dennis Morgan, Bruce Cabot
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  • And so he returns, time after time, challenging the odds, knowing that one day his turn will come.
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  • A tall, lean, steely-eyed stranger who saves a town is a staple of sagebrush sagas. But a tall, lean, steely-eyed, town-saving Quaker is something unexpected, especially when he’s played by Western icon Randolph Scott.
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  • The commander of an American submarine during World War II sets out to destroy the Japanese Aircraft carrier which launched the attack on Pearl Harbour.
    Rating:G
    Director:   Joseph Pevney
    Cast:   Dean Jones, Ernest Borgnine, Glenn Ford, L.Q. Jones
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/01/1958
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  • They have the sky above, the sand below and a song in their hearts. Kathryn Grayson (Kiss Me Kate) and Gordon MacRae (Oklahoma!) capture the romance and splendor of one of the world’s great operettas in the ravishing Technicolor® treat The Desert Song.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   H. Bruce Humberstone
    Cast:   Kathryn Grayson, Gordon Macrae
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/20/1953
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  • Tennessee mountain patriarchs Laban Feather (Rod Steiger) and Pap Gutshall (Robert Ryan) and their respective broods have long been fussing over a desirable piece of meadowland.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Richard C. Sarafian
    Cast:   Rod Steiger, Robert Ryan
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  • Jeff Bridges stars with Isabella Rossellini in the story of two people reconnecting with humanity--two survivors of the same plane crash, one crushed by grief, the other Fearless.
    Rating:R
    Director:   Peter Weir
    Cast:   Benicio Del Toro, Debra Monk, Eric Menyuk, Jeff Bridges, John De Lancie, Isabella Rossellini, Rosie Perez, Tom Hulce, John Turturro
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/15/1993
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  • When self-made millionaire David Stannard's son is kidnapped, the industrialist makes novel, controversial and violent use of the Ransom!
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  • Hugh Hudson directs this lavish adaption highlighting the character's dual nature as master of the African jungle and as John Clayton, seventh Earl of Greystoke, heir to one of Scotland’s great estates.
    Rating:PG
    Director:   Hugh Hudson
    Cast:   Ralph Richardson, Ian Holm, Christopher Lambert, Andie Mac Dowell
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/30/1984
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  • “Why be good when it’s so much more thrilling to be bad?” asked the ad campaign for this slightly naughty and oh-so-knowing silent-movie celebration of the flapper era.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   William A. Seiter
    Cast:   Neil Hamilton, Edward Martindel
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  • Just one moment of courage is all it takes. Distraught after losing his hearing, renowned pianist Montgomery Royle teeters on his window ledge, high above Central Park. His manservant saves him, then hands him binoculars to view the world he nearly left.
    Director:   John G. Adolfi
    Cast:   George Arliss, Bette Davis
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  • Ira Levin's cat-and-mouse Broadway suspense smash about a playwright's deadly game of murder gets diabolically comic screen treatment.
    Rating:PG
    Director:   Sidney Lumet
    Cast:   Henry Jones, Irene Worth, Joe Silver, Michael Caine, Christopher Reeve, Dyan Cannon
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/19/1982
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  • Glenn Ford fights lynch mobs, racists and fellow travellers in this searing post-WWII courtroom drama costarring Dorothy McGuire and Arthur Kennedy.
    Theatrical Release Date: 02/20/1963
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  • U.S. Revenue Agent Frank Long knows that good ol’ boy Son Martin has brewed up barrels and barrels of premium corn liquor, and Long also knows precisely what he needs to do: get those barrels of booze for himself so that he can make a fat Depression-era profit.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Richard Quine
    Cast:   Patrick Mcgoohan, Richard Widmark
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  • The daughter of a circus owner fights to save her father from a takeover spearheaded by the man she loves in this Oscar-nominated musical.
    Rating:G
    Director:   Charles Walters
    Cast:   Dean Jagger, Martha Raye, Doris Day, Stephen Boyd
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/06/1962
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  • Glenn Ford, Valli, Claude Rains and Oscar Homolka scale new heights in The White Tower, an epic Alpine adventure shot in breathtaking Technicolor®.
    Theatrical Release Date: 06/24/1950
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  • Alan Ladd gives a powerhouse performance in Drum Beat, an action-packed Western shot in CinemaScope® and featuring Charles Bronson in his first major role.
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  • The life of stripper Gypsy Rose Lee tells the bittersweet story about an aggressive stage mother as she vows to make her daughters into the star that she never was.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Mervyn Leroy
    Cast:   Karl Malden, Natalie Wood, Rosalind Russell
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/01/1962
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  • A young misfit lands on a prison chain gang and falls for the foreman's daughter.
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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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  • Glenn Ford averts a general disaster in the World War II action-comedy Imitation
    Rating:NR
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  • Edna Ferber’s classic tale of life and love among a theatrical troupe on a Mississippi riverboat has received many dramatic treatments since its birth over eighty years ago.
    Rating:NR
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  • Best known as a comedienne. Marion Davies demonstrates her dramatic skills in a sumptuously appointed melodrama pairing her with Leslie Howard, whom Davies personally selected for the role.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Robert Z. Leonard
    Cast:   Marion Davies, Leslie Howard
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  • One year after his 1934 Academy Award®-winning Best Actor performance in It Happened One Night, Clark Gable again portrays a wisecracking newspaperman, this time in After Office Hours.
    Rating:NR
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  • Errol Flynn leads the fight in the final swashbuckler of his movie career. Flynn’s Prince of Wales fights for king and country against the rebel French forces of the Comte De Ville (Peter Finch) in this splendidly adventurous tale.
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  • If there’s a price on a desperado’s head, ice-blooded bounty hunter Johnny Ringo (Mark Damon) aims to collect it – in gold.
    Director:   Sergio Corbucci
    Cast:   Mark Damon
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  • Julia Ashton arrives at a British outpost in the post-WWI Sahara, her heart burdened by loss.
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  • In this action-packed Western, a cattleman is swindled out of his ranch by his conniving wife.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Edwin L. Marin
    Cast:   Dennis Morgan, Patricia Neal
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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).
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Lloyd Bacon
    Cast:   James Cagney, Pat O'Brien
    Theatrical Release Date: 08/27/1938
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  • After Marise Aubert learns her husband Paul was killed trying to escape from a Nazi prisoner-of war camp, she shares her grief with the man who saw him die: Paul’s comrade Jean.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Mervyn Leroy
    Cast:   Greer Garson, Robert Mitchum
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  • The Jetsons, everyone’s favorite space-age family are back in this fantastic and futuriffic 10-Episode, Complete Collection of their third and final season.
    Rating:NR
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  • To experience the grisly goings'on of Wicked. Wicked, your right eye has to know what your left eye is doing!
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  • An inept criminal gang plans a daring train robbery. When deported Chicago mobster Cesare Celli is kidnapped by five amateur thieves, he soon finds himself on the top 10 unwanted list.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Ken Annakin
    Cast:   Robert Wagner, Raquel Welch, Vittorio De Sica
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/17/1968
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  • This box-office hit is the sensual, heartwarming and sentimental story of three 15-year-old boys who spend a pleasant but sometimes painful summer vacation in New England.
    Rating:R
    Director:   Robert Mulligan
    Cast:   Jennifer O'Neill, Gary Grimes, Gerald Houser, Jerry Houser, Oliver Conant
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/16/1971
    Price:$14.49
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  • It doesn’t take Boston physician Julia Garth long to experience the genuine West after she arrives in dusty Santa Fe to set up practice.
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  • Immortal Jack Benny trades in his royal scepter for a heavenly trumpet in this comedic fantasy about an innocent angel faced with the dubious task of destroying an all-to-indulgent Earth.
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  • Thomas Jefferson O’Toole (james Cagney) knows all about flying. He knows how to ease his biplane into the air, bank it through one acrobatic spin after another, then drop it down for a perfect three-point landing.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Lloyd Bacon
    Cast:   James Cagney, Pat O'Brien
    Theatrical Release Date: 02/09/1935
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  • “I need a man,” croons a sultry saloon gal. And she’s got one - Chip Coburn, head of the notorious Blue Chip gang of horse rustlers.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Thomas Carr
    Cast:   Mark Stevens, Forrest Tucker, Gale Robbins
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  • Laura Mead (played by celebrated ice-skating queen-turned-actress Belita) insists she didn't do the crime.
    Rating:NR
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  • George Raft and William Bendix costar as childhood chums operating on either side of the law, who come up against the syndicate, in this noir drama set in postwar San Francisco.
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  • Based on events published in The Saturday Evening Post - James A. Michener’s The Forgotten Heroes of Korea and Commander Harry Burns’ The Case of the Blind Pilot - Men of the Fighting Lady vividly depicts the unforgettable men caught up in the quagmire of the Korean “police action.”
    Rating:NR
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  • Music is everything to composer Sebastian Dubrok - until two women enter his life: the spirited. penniless single mother who stirs his conscience, and his brother’s beautiful fiancee, who captures his heart.
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/07/1947
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  • Eddie is at the wheel and good buddy Buck rides shotgun on the St. Louis - Chicago run.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Ray Enright
    Cast:   Patricia Ellis, Allen Jenkins
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  • It began as a simple convent election. Then came the illegal buggings. the bungled break-in, the hasty cover-up and the exorbitant payoffs.
    Director:   Michael Lindsay-Hogg
    Cast:   Glenda Jackson, Melina Mercouri, Geraldine Page, Sandy Dennis
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/18/1977
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  • Young Cavalry lieutenant Niles Ord sets out to peacefully capture renegade Shoshone chief Black Eagle.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Paul Landres
    Cast:   John Ericson, Lola Albright, Edward Platt
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  • Come along on a fantastic journey with the first European to visit China. It is the Thirteenth Century, and Marco Polo (Gary Cooper) has left Venice to open trade with China, the mightiest and richest empire on Earth.
    Director:   Archie Mayo
    Cast:   Gary Cooper, Basil Rathbone, Alan Hale
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/07/1938
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  • Crusading reporter Tim Haydon goes behind bars at the infamous prison on New York’s Blackwell 's Island, determined to expose a vicious network of corruption and crime.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   William Mcgann
    Cast:   Rosemary Lane, Dick Purcell, Victor Jory
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  • The brothers O’Hara are beat cop Pat, boxing promoter Danny and fireman Mike: all Irish and all living under the same roof, except Pat wants to leave the familial hearth to marry his sweetheart, Lucille.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Lloyd Bacon
    Cast:   James Cagney, Frank Mchugh
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  • Knuckles Morgan is not the kind of goon you want to meet on a dark street after midnight.
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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.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Lloyd Bacon
    Cast:   James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart, Rosemary Lane
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  • William Holden and Nancy Kwan star in this soul-searching look at an East-meets-West romance.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Richard Quine
    Cast:   William Holden, Nancy Kwan, Sylvia Syms, Michael Wilding
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/10/1960
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  • Clark Gable and Wallace Beery fight over who’s top gun in their naval air squad in this high-flying adventure made with the full cooperation of the U.S. Navy.
    Rating:NR
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  • John Garfield battles Nazi spies headed by menacing Raymond Massey in the wartime thriller Dangerously They Live.
    Rating:NR
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  • Dollar-a-year-man Ed Browne (Sonny Tufts) may be skilled at building bombers, but he's a nincompoop about navigating wartime Washington. Good thing he has a livewire secretary with plenty of bureaucratic moxie to get him out of (but sometimes into) hot water.
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  • Based on the farcical stage play written by Pulitzer Prize-winning* writer Elmer Rice, Oh. Sailor. Behave! is a movie musical with a split personality.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Archie Mayo
    Cast:   Charles King, Lowell Sherman
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  • An honest insurance detective (Charles McGraw) turns to crime after falling for a gold-digger (Joan Dixon).
    Rating:NR
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  • Alan Ladd stars as a pacifist on a fighting ship whose business is killing in The Deep Six, a gripping WWII adventure based on the novel by Martin Dibner and directed by Rudolph Mate.
    Rating:PG
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/15/1958
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  • Robin Williams plays John Irving's quirky everyman, a wistful writer wrestling with our screwloose modern age. Award-winning performances by Glen Close and John Lithgow.
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  • Sydney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre make a marvelous team in this exhilarating and atmospheric film noir that Daily Variety hailed as “one of the most brilliant crime dramas yet filmed.”
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Jean Negulesco
    Cast:   Sydney Greenstreet, Zachary Scott, Faye Emerson, Peter Lorre, Victor Francen
    Theatrical Release Date: 06/23/1944
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  • Joe E. Brown scores laughter and hits a grand slam in the baseball comedy Elmer, the Great, based on play by Ring Lardner and George M. Cohan.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Mervyn Leroy
    Cast:   Patricia Ellis, Frank Mchugh, Preston S. Foster
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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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  • Widow Lee Addams is concerned about her stepdaughter Penny. She knows Penny hides a secret heart, twisted by her fixation with her dead father. At a family holiday at the Addams’ farm Penny finds a new obsession: her stepmother's devoted beau.
    Rating:NR
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  • Young Johnny is a good man to have around if you're facing the business end of a gun or turning back a swarm of banditos overrunning a ranchers spread.
    Rating:NR
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  • Samuel Goldwyn brings the classics to the masses in this joyous musical celebration starring Jascha Heifetz, Andrew Leeds, Joel McCrea and Walter Brennan.
    Director:   Archie Mayo
    Cast:   Joel Mccrea, Gene Reynolds, Walter Brennan
    Theatrical Release Date: 07/26/1939
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  • After a wild farewell party for the troops, Trudy Kockenlocker, a small-town girl with a soft spot for American soldiers, wakes up to find that she married someone and can’t remember his name. Even worse, he’s disappeared and she learns she’s pregnant!
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Preston Sturges
    Cast:   Betty Hutton, Eddie Bracken, Diana Lynn, Porter Hall
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/05/1944
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  • A jilted teenager gets her revenge the only way she knows how in this steamy story of a woman scorned starring Diane McBain.
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  • A novel by Leo Tolstoy provides the source for the rowdy and romantic silent-era adventure, The Cossacks, presented to today’s audiences in a superb print and with a colorful orchestral score by Robert Israel.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   George Hill
    Cast:   John Gilbert, Ernest Torrence
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  • Based on the classic Sinclair Lewis novel, Arrowsmith is the compelling story of a man torn between two sets of values.
    Director:   John Ford
    Cast:   Ronald Colman, Helen Hayes, Myrna Loy
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/07/1931
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  • When Chad Morgan rides home to Texas after the Civil War, he finds another enemy to battle: Brog, a corrupt cattle buyer who forces honest ranchers into financial ruin.
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  • One of the longest-running comedy series in radio history, Fibber McGee and Molly starred Jim and Marian Jordan as a blowhard husband and his patient, long-suffering wife.
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  • 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.
    Rating:PG
    Director:   Paul Bogart
    Cast:   James Garner, Gayle Hunnicutt, Carroll O'Connor, Rita Moreno, William Daniels
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/22/1969
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  • If you’re a mobster, a kept criminal, a cheat or a con, you’re welcome at Susie’s place. When Susie isn’t mediating a gang-war ceasefire or finding a job for a young hoodlum, she dotes on her one claim to respectability: her foster son Dick Rollins, a law-abiding Broadway press agent.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   John Francis Dillon
    Cast:   Billie Dove, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
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  • Biplanes flying in formation past the Washington Monument. A flotilla of seaplanes rising majestically off the surface of the Atlantic. Flyboys loop-de-looping their crafts through the wild blue yonder.
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  • When Kim Prescott comes home to her Spanish villa on night, she finds a young man has moved into her home--claiming to be the brother she believed had died in an automobile accident in South Africa.
    Rating:NR
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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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  • Laughter comes in waves in You Said a Mouthful, a wet and wild comedy starring Joe E. Brown and Ginger Rogers.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Lloyd Bacon
    Cast:   Ginger Rogers, Preston Foster, Sheila Terry
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  • Why should the rich have all the wealth? From London to Monte Carlo to San Remo to Shanghai, lady's maid Jane Hoskins (Greer Garson) is out to grab her share of the good life.
    Rating:NR
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  • Jim Hadley has a government grant to cut timber near the high-country town of Deep Well, and that’s what he and his callous lumbermen insist they'll do.
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  • On the run after killing a man in self-defense, John Alexander hires on for the anonymity and toil of an oil field roughneck.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Alfred E. Green
    Cast:   John Garfield, Frances Farmer, Pat O'Brien
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  • Classics fans who have a mixture of curiosity, an interest in Parne11’s luminous leads and talented supporting players and an appreciative eye for MGM’s second- to-none production of costume dramas may be eager to reassess this often- dismissed film.
    Rating:NR
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  • This film version of Maxwell Anderson’s Broadway play celebrates a rich tapestry of life through the lens of a young couple’s marriage, challenged by lost jobs and lost dreams and rescued by love.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Vincent Sherman
    Cast:   Claude Rains, Roscoe Karns, Lee Patrick
    Price:$18.49
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  • There’s gold in California, and greedy mine owners blast the state’s majestic mountains with high-pressure power hoses to unleash the glittery wealth – even if the process may create rampaging floods on local farmlands.
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  • A frothy, high-spirited gem based on Franz Lehar’s operetta, The Merry Widow set the standard for musicals to come. And it confirmed what MGM’s top brass already knew: Jeanette MacDoanld was a major star.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Ernst Lubitsch
    Cast:   Maurice Chevalier, Jeanette Macdonald, Edward Everett Horton, Una Merkel, George Barbier, Minna Gombell
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/11/1934
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