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  • From ensemble member to stuttering superstar, Porky Pig's journey to stardom is covered in full chronological order in these 101 cartoon shorts.
    Price:$47.99
  • Bat Masterson fights to make Kansas safe for wheat farmers.
    Director:   Ray Enright
    Cast:   Randolph Scott, Robert Ryan, Anne Jeffreys, Steve Brodie, Ga, Gabby Hayes, Madge Meredith, Billy House, Virginia Sale
    Theatrical Release Date: 02/19/1947
    Price:$17.99
  • Interplanetary villains, beware: Space Ghost patrols the cosmos! A police champion for the space age, a fearless warrior for galactic justice, Space Ghost can become invisible, turn himself into a living ray gun or fly faster than a comet.
    Price:$24.99
  • 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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  • Robert Sterling, John Ireland and Gloria Grahame star in this Western noir gem directed by two-time Oscar® nominee Mark Robson.
    Price:$21.99
  • Seasoned demon hunter and master of the occult John Constantine is armed with a ferocious knowledge of the dark arts and a wicked wit. With the balance of good and evil on the line?, Constantine uses his skills to find the supernatural terrors that threaten our world and send them back where they be
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  • A stylish and sophisticated animated musical about a group of cats in Paris, France.
    Director:   Abe Levitow
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/24/1962
    Price:$17.99
  • Joe McDoakes is the Everyman of Warner Bros.' series of one-reelers about a guy whose approach to everyday challenges or self-improvement made moviegoers howl from 1942 to 1956. Written and directed by Richard Bare - 63 Theatrical Shorts Collection.
    Price:$39.99
  • Sent by the gods to the land of mortals, Claus decides that all children rich or poor should receive toys for Christmas.



    Nestor the Long-Eared Donkey is chosen by two travelers for a trip to Bethlehem and fulfills his destiny.
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  • Adventure turns a new page with this Motion Comic based on the 9-part, 200+ pages Batgirl comic series.

    Dr. Harley Quinn devises a mad scheme - kill the Dark Knight! A limited-motion adaptation of the Mad Love comic series.
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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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  • Combine the spy-against-spy Cold War era with '60s cool and the result is the trend-setting series that became a cultural touchstone - and generated 8 Theatrical Movies derived from and expanding upon key episodes.
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  • Four family classics from Rankin/ Bass.
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  • The year is now 1990, and despite the endless stream of lawbreakers who appear before him - with every wacky excuse imaginable - Judge Harry T. Stone (Harry Anderson) maintains his belief that he can help the people brought before him in New York City's night court. Guest stars this season include Stephen Root (NewsRadio), Louis Mustillo (Mike & Molly) and Mel Torme as Harry's guardian angel.
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  • Robert Taylor serves justice with a gun in this action-packed Western about an aging gunslinger who tracks down the men who killed an old friend.
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  • Clark Gable stars as a senior officer who faces the horror of sending his men on suicide missions over Germany during the last days of World War II.
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  • Disorder in the court! As the Emmy®-winning comedy brings down the gavel with its ninth and final season, chaos is still the order of the day in New York City as a parade of zany characters passes before the unconventional and unpredictable Judge Harry T. Stone (Harry Anderson). Four Emmy® Awards were given to series star John Larroquette for his laughter-inducing work as prosecutor Dan Fielding.
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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.
    Price:$24.99
  • Errol Flynn and Patrick Knowles are two brothers whose love for the same woman at a perilous Foreign Legion outpost in India leads to the famous "charge" against Surat Kahn.
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  • Season Six serves up more laughs at Mel's Diner. Mel almost loses the diner in a horse-racing bet; Vera tries to break the world's record for nonstop tap dancing; Alice takes her boyfriend's kids trick or treating and brings home the wrong kid! Jay Leno and George Wendt (Cheers) guest star.
    Price:$34.99
  • The newly elected black sheriff (Jim Brown) of a small Southern town must find a way to defuse the hatred in his town before it spirals out of control.
    Price:$19.99
  • Richard Chamberlain and Raymond Massey are joined by a veritable Hollywood who's who for the third season of the smash hit medical drama.
    Price:$47.99
  • The Cabbage Patch Kids journey to the big city in search of the Christmas Spirit, while the Little Troll Prince discovers the true meaning of Christmas.
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  • Alice's fourth season brought changes to the staff of Mel's Diner - Polly Holiday's Flo departs and Diane Ladd's Belle takes her spot.
    Price:$29.99
  • Magically gifted boy Sasuke lives in peace, deep in the forest with his animal pals and Oyu, his elder sister.
    Director:   Taiji Yabushita
    Price:$17.99
  • 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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  • Richard Chamberlain and Raymond Massey return for the second season of the smash hit medical drama about a young intern.
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  • Hugh O'Brian, Doug McClure and Tony Franciosa rotate leads as hi-tech operatives for World Securities Corporation, missions electronically monitored by V.C.R. Cameron (Burgess Meredith).
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  • Blair General Hospital's idealistic intern Dr. Kildare (Lew Ayres) learns from the curmudgeonly Dr. Gillespie (Lionel Barrymore) and saves lives in this nine film series.
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  • Dr. Kildare may have moved on, but M-G-M's hit medical series soldiered on under the curmudgeonly guidance of Lionel Barrymore's Dr. Gillespie.
    Price:$29.99
  • Director:   H.C. Potter
    Cast:   Gary Cooper, Merle Oberon, Patsy Kelly, Walter Brennan, Fuzzy Knight, Mabel Todd, Henry Kolker, Harry Davenport
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/10/1938
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  • The fifth season of Dr. Kildare revamps the hit medical show to a color, half hour serial. Richard Chamberlain and Raymond Massey star.
    Price:$59.99
  • A contemporary New York comedy about Isabella, a single independent woman who is caught in a romantic quandary when her grandmother hires a Jewish matchmaker to find her a husband.
    Price:$17.99
  • 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.
    Price:$21.99
  • John Cusack ("Being John Malkovitch," "City Hall") stars as a young artist who must write and illustrate a love story in order to gain admittance to college.
    Price:$17.99
  • A former Confederate guerrilla officer arrives in Dallas, Texas, seeking revenge on the three brothers who ravaged his home and lands.
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  • John Russell and Peter Brown continue to bring the law to Laramie, Wyoming as Marshal Dan Troop and Deputy Johnny McKay in the second season of this Western TV classic.
    Price:$47.99
  • A quintet of classic animated features from Hanna-Barbera, including Last of the Curlews, Oliver and the Artful Dodger, Robin Hoodnik, Three Musketeers and Cyrano.
    Price:$24.99
  • Audie Murphy, WWII's most decorated G.I., stars in his first starring film role as a troubled youth in this compelling drama.
    Price:$21.99
  • Paul Muni stars in this epic adaptation of the Pearl Buck classic about Chinese farmers battling the elements to survive. Nominated for Best Picture and Director.
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  • This fast-paced frolic takes a sassy, hip look at world history through comedy, songs and sketch.
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  • Errol Flynn stars in this Western as Morgan Lane, an Australian sheepherder who arrives in the middle of Montana's cattle country determined to settle his sheep there.
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/28/1950
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  • Wendell Corey and Jack Ging star as a pair of psychiatrists tasked with treating the desperate and the deranged in this ground-breaking medical drama.
    Price:$59.99
  • Winner of 3 Academy Awards! A New York Times reporter and his Cambodian aide are harrowingly trapped in Cambodia's 1975 Khmer Rouge revolution.
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  • An over-the-hill lawman and his aging outlaw nemesis join forces to defend a town that doesn't trust them from a gang of young desperadoes who don't know enough to follow the rules.
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  • Omi and the others must work together, entering the world of Yin, in an all-out effort to save the earth from Chase Young's evil army. Other villains our young monks will encounter include Cyclops, PandaBubba, Ice Creature and Dyris, a beautiful, evil mermaid who morphs into a grotesque monster when
    Price:$29.99
  • In ancient times, the first Xiaolin Dragon battled the legendary witch Wuya. Good prevailed, and the Xiaolin sacred power objects--the Shen Gong Wu--were hidden throughout the earth. These mystical objects are the keys to controlling good and evil.
    Price:$24.99
  • A small-town minor league baseball player from the "wrong side of the tracks," struggling to make sense of his life, falls in love with a wealthy girl.
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  • 6 semi-musical comedy short subjects, crafted in the heart of the lion's den of MGM with Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Jerry (Curly) Howard.
    Price:$21.99
  • A prequel to "Jane Eyre." An Englishman in nineteenth-century Jamaica falls into a tortured marriage with a native Creole. When the woman begins to go mad, her husband takes her back to his gothic estate in England, where he locks her in the attic.
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  • Prolific Western "heavy" (and real-life WW2 hero) John Russell made the jump to the other side of the law as Marshall Dan Troop in Warner Bros. TV's classic Western Lawman.
    Price:$47.99
  • 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.
    Price:$21.99
  • Adapted from the motion picture of the same name by Stirling Silliphant, the TV version of Maya brings the film's two young stars, Jay North and Sajid Khan, to the small screen for some very big adventures.
    Cast:   Jay North, Sajid Khan
    Price:$39.99
  • Glenn Ford fights lynch mobs, racists and fellow travellers in this searing post-WWII courtroom drama costarring Dorothy McGuire and Arthur Kennedy.
    Price:$21.99
  • When not lounging in the laps of the globe's heads of state, these presidential pets transform into hi-flying heroes to do battle with the evil General Parvo and his minions.
    Price:$29.99
  • Three heroes - masters of land, sea, and air - continue in the quest to defeat cyborg terrorist Doc Terror with the aid of their cybernetic battlesuits.
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  • James Kildare, M.D lends his hard-won experience and insights into the cases that come into his care, aided by the sage counsel of Dr. Leonard Gillespie.
    Price:$59.99
  • As the second season begins, Kwai Chang Caine returns to the city his son, Peter calls home in an attempt to make peace with the past and build a new future.
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  • John Barrymore stars as Don Juan and he pursues his conquests with rakish abandon. But one glimpse of exquisite Adriana (Mary Astor) and he finds true love. Includes one of the greatest swordfights ever filmed.
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  • In a small roadside caf?, a former dance-hall girl will stop at nothing to save her younger sister from following the same path to a dead-end life that she is on.
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  • After proving themselves a powerful dramatic team in the thriller Crossroads, William Powell and Hedy Lamarr reunite for a sparkling romantic comedy spiced with slapstick that includes Powell's vodka induced wobble-legged ballet.
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  • Gunman George and his wife Dora are trying to live a peaceful life. But George's gunslinging ways are legendary - and attract the attention of other gunmen who feel up for a challenge.
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  • The First Texan traces the exploits of the man who would be president of the Texas Republic, Sam Houston. "He was a man of size and strength, and he held history in his hands," the film says about Houston.
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  • 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.
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  • For his first movie Western, Kirk Douglas rode in good company. Filmed in the rugged High Sierras and Mojave Desert, Along the Great Divide is a lean, bullet-hard sagebrush saga.
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  • Batman Black and White Motion Comics are based on an award-winning series of three comic book collections. Mad Love tells the story of Harley Quinn and her digression from psychiatrist Dr. Harleen Quinzel to hardened criminal Harley Quinn.
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  • A police captain leads the fight against a vicious gangland chief in this exciting drama starring Walter Huston, Jean Harlow and Wallace Ford co-star in this riveting look into the gangster life.
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  • A pal whisks Manhattan Madness critic Larry MacArthur 3,000 miles away from a husband-hunting honey to Agua Caliente. What neither gent knows is that performer Rita Gomez is there - and she'd love to get revenge for the critical slam Larry gave her.
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  • Join the adventurers as they encounter a perilous array of prehistoric beasts, a tribe of savage cavemen and a T. Rex who, despite its less-than-special effect appearance, can kick some serious Triceratops butt.
    Theatrical Release Date: 02/11/1977
    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.
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  • In 1888, a reign of murderous terror struck East London. To this day, the case is unsolved. And the killer is known only by his infamous nickname - Jack the Ripper.
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/21/1988
    Price:$19.99
  • A federal agent on a dangerous assignment -- he must go underground to flush out a nefarious spy ring. Leonard Maltin praises this suspenseful political tales as "low key, and effective."
    Director:   Gordon Douglas
    Cast:   Frank Lovejoy, Dorothy Hart, Philip Carey, James Millican, R, Richard Webb, Konstantin Shayne, Paul Picerni
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/05/1951
    Price:$17.99
  • Richard Grieco is "teen agent" Michael Corben in If Looks Could Kill, a funny spy spoof also starring Linda Hunt, Roger Rees and Gabrielle Anwar. Michael goes to Europe with the French Club and is mistaken for a top superspy.
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  • 2-Disc Collection containing All 4 Feature-Length TV -Movies (including the Pilot newly remastered for this release). INCLUDES: Pilot The Death Scouts The Killer Spores The Disappearances
    Price:$29.99
  • As it was for the ancients, so it shall ever be for China's Mr. Mandarin Wu: do not dishonor the family name. Not even Wu's beloved daughter shall be spared her father's wrath after she shares a forbidden romance with an Englishman.
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  • A rancher (Arthur Kennedy) and a gunslinger (Glenn Ford) who despise each other join forces after the gunslinger's wife and children are kidnapped.
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  • Robert Taylor and Stewart Granger team up in this "grim, fierce, raw-boned outdoor fare" (Variety) filmed on location in rugged Custer State Park, North Dakota.
    Director:   Richard Brooks
    Cast:   Robert Taylor (I), Stewart Granger, Lloyd Nolan, Debra Paget, Russ Tamblyn, Constance Ford, Joe De Santis
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/30/1956
    Price:$19.99
  • In her first Talkie, Joan Crawford plays Bingo, a jungle-raised oil heiress, who turns Manhattan upside down in her hunt for Andy McAllister (Robert Montgomery), the man of her dreams.
    Price:$17.99
  • Tinseltown megastar Lola Burns is ready to provide a final headline herself. She's quitting the biz. Can Hollywood - and a certain P.R. flack - prevent it?
    Price:$17.99
  • Debonair thief-turned-detective Simon Templar circles the globe to solve cases with charm and cunning in a series of fast-paced RKO films (1939-41) full of clever banter and cleverer twists based on stories by bestselling author Leslie Charteris.
    Price:$34.99
  • Set during World War I, a story of a lovely English aristocrat whose heart belongs to a dashing American flyer and her childhood sweetheart, who cannot face war's terror without her love.
    Price:$17.99
  • A female novelist doesn't realize her new friend is the wife whose husband she's trying to steal.
    Director:   Robert Z. Leonard
    Cast:   Joan Crawford, Robert Taylor (I), Greer Garson, Herbert Mars, Herbert Marshall, Spring Byington
    Theatrical Release Date: 08/29/1941
    Price:$17.99
  • The film follows the misfortunes of an unwed mother who gets mixed up with a wealthy seducer, a thief, a cynical newshound, a devoted bellhop, a sleazy dancehall, gun-blazing crime and plenty of heartache.
    Price:$17.99
  • Space Kidettes and Young Samson is an action-packed 4-Disc Collection which includes All 20 Episodes of our resourceful heroes up against space pirates, molemen, monster asteroids and more!
    Price:$34.99
  • Tchaikovsky's beloved holiday ballet comes home with sumptuous sets and costumes and the dazzling dance artistry of the New York City Ballet's Melissa Hayden, Edward Villella and Patricia McBride.
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/21/1965
    Price:$17.99
  • They have four weeks to find happiness in each other's arms. Dan does not know that Joan is dying of an incurable disease. Joan does not know Dan is a convicted murderer en route to San Quentin. This shipboard romance is doomed.
    Price:$17.99
  • In his third and final Western, Fritz Lang unsaddles the genre to create a tempestuous cult favorite. Critics have likened the film and its theme of a man twisted by vengeance to a Lang film of a wholly different genre: film noir's The Big Heat.
    Price:$17.99
  • Vicious outlaw Jose lives by the law of the bullet terrorizing ranchers in post-Civil War Texas. At his side is Rio but that change after Rio meets rancher King's bride.
    Price:$17.99
  • Glenn Ford straps on his sidearm and his sense of humor to portray Jason Sweet. George Marshall directs Ford, Shirley MacLaine, Leslie Nielsen (as the villain) and more familiar talents in a tale that combines genre sendups with showdown heroics.
    Price:$19.99
  • You may not believe all you see, but you will be entertained by Robert L. Ripley's 24 Theatrical Shorts that are part travelogue, part human interest, part history, part fanciful, all Ripley! Welcome to Ripley's Believe It or Not!
    Price:$19.99
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