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  • Everything you want in a film noir you'll find in Out of the Past. A Tenacious detective (Robert Mitchum) spinning his wheels to make good.
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  • Legendary actor James Cagney stars in the role for which he won an Academy Award--the life of singer, dancer and songwriter George M. Cohan, a true Yankee Doodle Dandy.
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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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  • Oscar Wilde's classic story about a mysterious young man whose painted portrait ages through the years while he remains young.
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  • Jeff Bridges stars with Isabella Rossellini and Rosie Perez in the story of two people who must learn to reconnect with the rest of humanity-- one crushed by grief, the other surprisingly Fearless.
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  • "I shall manage everything with my own head and hands," Bathsheba Everdene tells the local men about the estate she inherits
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  • In the 1920s, a small band playing the speakeasies has trouble when a racketeer decides he's going into the agency business and wants a cut from the band.
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  • Academy Award winner Joan Crawford earned another Best Actress nomination for her tour-de-force performance in Possessed (1947) which opens with Crawford portraying a woman found wandering the streets of Los Angeles.
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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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  • 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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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • Take a psychosexual journey into oblivion with James Spader and Holly Hunter in this controversial film from acclaimed director David Cronenberg.
    Director:   David Cronenberg
    Cast:   James Spader, Holly Hunter, Elias Koteas, Deborah Kara Unger, Rosanna Arquette
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/21/1997
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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.
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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.
    Director:   Rudolph Mate
    Cast:   Alan Ladd, Dianne Foster, William Bendix, Keenan Wynn, James, James Whitmore, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., Joey Bishop
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/15/1958
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  • Best-laid plans oft go astray in The Day They Robbed the Bank of England, a suspenseful and cleverly constructed crime caper starring Aldo Ray, Oscar®-winner Hugh Griffith (Best Supporting Actor: Ben-Hur, 1959) and Peter O'Toole in his first major role.
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  • 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.
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  • As talented Broadway star Joyce spents her days in a self-destructive stupor, a new romance puts her on the road to recovery and holds the promise of marriage.
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  • Legendary Hollywood screen pair Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon team for the ninth and last time in Scandal at Scourie, a heart-tugging Technicolor® drama
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  • A hot-shot Australian reporter covering the turmoil of revolution in Indonesia, gets involved with a sexy British attach?.
    Director:   Peter Weir
    Cast:   Mel Gibson, Sigourney Weaver, Linda Hunt, Michael Murphy, Bi, Bill Kerr, Bembol Roco, Mike Emperio
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/1982
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  • Mae Doyle is a good-time girl, but now times are bad. Weary of too much booze and too many men, she returns to her girlhood home, the fishing village of Monterey, California.
    Director:   Fritz Lang
    Cast:   Barbara Stanwyck, Paul Douglas, Robert Ryan, Marilyn Monroe, J. Carrol Naish, Keith Andes, Silvio Minciotti
    Theatrical Release Date: 06/16/1952
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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.
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  • 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.
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  • Editor Joe Randall is pressured against his principles to come up with a sensationalist tale to increase readership and revenues.
    Director:   Mervyn Leroy
    Cast:   Edward G. Robinson, Marian Marsh, H.B. Warner, Anthony Bushe, Anthony Bushell, George E. Stone
    Theatrical Release Date: 09/10/1931
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  • Humphrey Bogart portrays Geoffrey, who's making a habit of poisoning one wife and marrying another when the former no longer inspires his canvases.
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  • Aggie Hurley is making up for a lifetime of making do. Her daughter Jane is going to have a lavish wedding - even if Jane wants a simple ceremony. And even if Aggie's husband Tom must give up his dream of owning his own taxi to finance it.
    Director:   Richard Brooks
    Cast:   Bette Davis, Ernest Borgnine, Debbie Reynolds
    Theatrical Release Date: 06/14/1956
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  • 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.
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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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  • Appointed to defend a drifter who's confessed to killing a small town's leading citizen, local attorney David Mitchell (Chamberlain) has no doubt that Ben Brown (Adams) is guilty as charged.
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  • Eddie is at the wheel and good buddy Buck rides shotgun on the St. Louis - Chicago run.
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  • Glenn Ford averts a general disaster in the World War II action-comedy Imitation
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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.
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  • A genteel ladies' art institute is definitely no place for a free thinker. So the school boots independent-minded Dinah Sheldon (Shirley Temple) back to Baltimore.
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  • This tantalizing tale posits what may have happened to the famed writer Agatha Christie during her real-life 11-day disappearance in 1926. What really happened? The world doesn't know and Dame Agatha never told.
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  • 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).
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  • 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.
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  • Ingrid Bergman stars as a newlywed unaware that her seemingly charming husband, Charles Boyer, is a crazed murderer.
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  • Story of a social-climbing woman who marries a wealthy-but-homespun man and forces her way into high society.
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  • An acclaimed wartime drama that is both tender and urgent. A sensitive film that never falls prey to sentiment thanks to the skill of director Maj. W.S. Van Dyke II and the power of a fact-based story that speaks of the universal need for family.
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  • In the South, peddler marries school teacher and then starts on a whirlwind rise politically, using hysteria among cotton pickers and small-town folk as his device.
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  • Harlow 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 a media frenzy.
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  • George Sanders stars with beautiful Yvonne de Carlo and Zsa Zsa Gabor in this torrid drama loosely based on the life and mysterious death of Serge Rubenstein.
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  • Bette Davis portrays twin sisters Kate and Pat: the first good and the other, if not exactly evil, a vain vixen who's landed the husband Kate wanted. When Pat drowns, Kate grabs her chance to steal her sister's identity - and husband.
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  • Free-spirited Danny lives near seaside Monterey. He becomes a man of property, the heir to two modest houses and a watch from his grandfather. Not a worthwhile inheritance, but to newly arrived cannery worker Sweets he's worthwhile.and marriageable.
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  • A complex love triangle that takes place between a nightclub singer, her new husband, and the husband's brother and his wife.
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  • Ten Little Indians refers to the ten invitees, the familiar nursery rhyme and to Indian figurines affixed to a serving plate at the castle.
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  • A taut, lean Spaghetti Western. Peter Graves leads a suicide mission to heist a trainload of gold during the Mexican Revolution. Ennio Morricone provides an atmospheric score.
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  • Lili offers sentiment without sugar, simplicity without banality and a lyrical heart that beats to an Oscar®-winning Bronislau Kaper score highlighted by Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo.
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  • Innocent and sweet on the outside, Christabel is a conniving liar who'll do anything to anyone for her own gain.
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  • A middle-aged tycoon (James Cagney) returns to his hometown after 20 years in search of his illegitimate son in this powerful tale of loss and regret costarring Barbara Stanwyck.
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  • Ronald Reagan stars in this romantic drama about an idealistic young man who is inspired to take up psychiatry when a series of scandals rock his small town.
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  • A man accepts a plum job at a law firm if he stops seeing the boss's daughter.
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  • Dirk Bogarde stars as celebrated war hero Charles Coward in the incredible-but-true WWII adventure The Password is Courage.
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  • A medical student risks his future when he falls for a low-class waitress.
    Director:   Ken Hughes
    Cast:   Kim Novak, Laurence Harvey, Robert Morley, Siobhan Mckenna, Roger Livesey, Jack Hedley, Nanette Newman, Ronald Lacey
    Theatrical Release Date: 09/23/1964
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  • A Romanian peasant (Anthony Quinn) endures eight years of hardship and war in The 25th Hour, a suspense drama set during WWII and based on C. Virgil Gheorghiu's best-selling novel.
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  • John Garfield battles Nazi spies headed by menacing Raymond Massey in the wartime thriller Dangerously They Live.
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  • Adrift in the Pacific after their plane is shot down, WWII airmen Alec Brooke (Van Johnson) and Joe Moore (Cameron Mitchell) battle thirst and increasing desperation.
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  • Twelve-year-old Kathleen wishes her widowed father would pay more attention to family life, such as finding her a stepmother.
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  • A scientist stands against an entire town when he discovers their medicinal spa is polluted.
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  • Bette Davis plays working girl Miriam Brady, who rescues heartbroken attorney and society man Geoffrey Sherwood (Ian Hunter) from his public bout of blues in a bottle, marries him and then tries to keep him when Geoffrey's former flame resurfaces.
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  • Fritz Lang directs Stewart Granger in this swashbuckling adventure about an 18th century orphan who discovers that his charming guardian is the leader of a gang of buccaneers.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • Los Angeles private eye Tom Alder ties a recent murder to the 12-year-old case of a schoolgirl heiress. As he pieces together the crime puzzle and edges closer to the truth.he uncovers a surprising truth about his own past.
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  • Told from the viewpoint of little Selma, the film explores grand childhood adventures, making friends, a pet calf, Christmas, a terrifying trip down a flood-swollen river, a barn fire.
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  • To the public, a carnival means exciting performers. To Nick Coster, those performers are 'Mugs and grifters and riffraff - all under one tent'. Nick should know. He puts the show together.
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  • A woman can change a lot in 10 years. Phoebe transforms her looks and poses as carefree, younger Livvy after her beau Dr. Gray returns home from a decade in the Napoleonic Wars and is disappointed that faithful Phoebe appears worn and unattractive.
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  • 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 ?migr? 20 years his senior. Scott Antony and Dorothy Tutin play the two leads.
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  • The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer is comedy and comedy, a quirky skewering of sex, the advertsing business, media, politics, the clergy, ale and you name it and featuring a motley array of talents.
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  • Elizabeth Taylor plays the young wife of a British Army officer(Robert Taylor). Their whirlwind romance and storybook marriage take a sudden, alarming turn when she discovers her handsome husband is a Communist agent and spy.
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  • With its top cast and Vincente Minnelli's command of color and melodrama, this film is popcorn for fans of soaps.
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  • Judy Garland stars as an office worker whose chance encounter with soldier Robert Walker in New York's Penn Station leads to a 24-hour romance and marriage.
    Director:   Vincente Minnelli
    Cast:   Judy Garland, Robert Walker, James Gleason, Keenan Wynn, Mar, Marshall Thompson, Lucile Gleason, Ruth Brady
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/22/1945
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  • 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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  • The story of three men - Benito Juarez, Napoleon III and Emperor Maximilian - driven by political passions and of a woman, Empress Carlota, driven to madness.
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  • Louise is a most appealing type of person, a warm, intelligent woman who loses her heart to a charming ne'er-do-well who marries, then deserts her.
    Director:   Anatole LiTV ak
    Cast:   Errol Flynn, Bette Davis, Anita Louise, Ian Hunter, Donald C, Donald Crisp, Beulah Bondi, Jane Bryan, Alan Hale, Dick Foran
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/14/1938
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  • Major Jed Webbe (Humphrey Bogart) is a brilliant, hard-bitten Army surgeon with a weakness for women and strong liquor.
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  • Who will be the next Mrs. Corbett? It's a big decision for any boy to make for his recently widowed dad! Ronny Howard portrays Eddie and Glenn Ford is his dad.
    Director:   Vincente Minnelli
    Cast:   Glenn Ford, Shirley Jones, Stella Stevens, Dina Merrill, Rob, Roberta Sherwood, Ron Howard
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/06/1963
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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.
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  • Two women. One empire... A nation divided.
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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.
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  • One of the first Hollywood films to explore bigotry follows the story of three World War II soldiers who become suspects in the murder of a Jewish hotel guest.
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  • "Don't look back," legendary baseball pitcher Satchel Paige said. "Something might be gaining on you." That's how Paige went through life. Straight ahead. No regrets. Here it is, hit it.
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/31/1981
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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.
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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.
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  • Lupino gives further proof of her remarkable dramatic range with a sensitive portrayal of an awkward, stuttering girl transformed by love.
    Director:   Jean Negulesco
    Cast:   Ida Lupino, Dane Clark, Wayne Morris, Fay Bainter, Henry Hul, Henry Hull, Willard Robertson
    Theatrical Release Date: 07/30/1947
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  • An ambitious Mexican-American gets mixed up with his boss's neurotic wife in this fast-paced and entertaining drama.
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  • Aspiring photographer Susan and would-be poet Anne are best friends and roommates in a five-flight walk-up on Manhattan's Upper West Side. But one day Anne decides to marry and move out. Girl Friends focuses on what happens to the one left behind.
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  • The Lemp family loves music and each other. The four women and their father are each affected by the arrival of four suitors.
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  • Innocently in love with Mike, Betty doesn't attach any significance to his dropping out of her life for months then suddenly returning. She should. Mike moves in a dark world of drugs and violence - soon to have frightening repercussions for her.
    Director:   James Bridges
    Cast:   Debra Winger, Mark Keyloun, Paul Winfield, Darrell Larson, B, Brooke Alderson, Dan Shor, William Ostrander, Mark Brandon
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/09/1984
    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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  • A bank worker (Joseph Cotten) steals cash from the bank on Friday and, to keep his wife (Teresa Wright) from leaving must return the money before it is discovered missing on Monday.
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  • Conflict is a love triangle with murder at its heart, an atmospheric film noir of looming shadows, fatal romance and a trench-coated killer. Bogart portrays Richard Mason.
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  • Matthew Modine stars as a high school wrestler trying to shed 23 pounds in a dangerously short time and take on the undefeated, tough as nails 168-pound champion.
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  • Richard Barthelmess portrays Sam Lee, a Chinese-American who, stung by racial slurs, leaves his wealthy father's New York home to make his own way in Europe.
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  • A sensitive prepschooler called "sister boy" by his peers, is offered more than tea and sympathy by the lovely housemaster's wife to help the boy prove his manhood.
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  • Beautiful, breathtaking Irene Forsyte: Men adore her. Women envy her. Love defines her. Errol Flynn and Greer Garson head this lush costume drama - about a woman who cannot cut her free spirit to fit the cloth of Victorian society.
    Price:$19.99
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