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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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  • Stacy Keach and Sondra Locke made their film debuts in Carson McCuller's poignant story of a deaf mute who brings warmth into the lives of lonely people in a small Southern town.
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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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  • 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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  • "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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  • 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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  • Glenn Ford averts a general disaster in the World War II action-comedy Imitation
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  • Meg Johnson is eager to discover the glories of Italy with her beautiful daughter Clara, who was mentally impaired in a childhood accident.
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  • 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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  • 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.
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Robert Mitchum and Ava Gardner are star-crossed lovers in this steamy tale of a woman scorned, set in 1890s New Orleans.
    Director:   Robert Stevenson
    Cast:   Robert Mitchum, Melvyn Douglas, Ava Gardner, Will Wright, Lu, Lucile Watson, Janis Carter, Gordon Oliver
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/14/1951
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  • 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.
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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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  • On the run after killing a man in self-defense, John Alexander hires on for the anonymity and toil of an oil field roughneck.
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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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  • 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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  • 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.
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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 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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  • 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.
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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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  • Two women. One empire... A nation divided.
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  • World War II is over, and millions of Gls forever changed by the war return to a nation far different from the one they left.
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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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  • John Garfield battles Nazi spies headed by menacing Raymond Massey in the wartime thriller Dangerously They Live.
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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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  • 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.
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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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  • 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.
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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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  • 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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  • 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.
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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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  • 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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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • Bette Davis is a successful poetess who falls in love with a war hero in this romantic melodrama that is a moving film experience any time of year.
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  • 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.
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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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  • 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.
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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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  • Laura Mead (played by celebrated ice-skating queen-turned-actress Belita) insists she didn't do the crime.
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  • A young misfit lands on a prison chain gang and falls for the foreman's daughter.
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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.
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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.
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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.
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/07/1931
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  • Gary Cooper gives an "outstanding performance" (Variety) in his first credited feature-film role in this dazzling classic.
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  • A physician (Kay Francis) is suspected of having ties to a gangster (Humphrey Bogart). This lone pairing of the two Warner legends is also Bogart's first above-title starring credit.
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  • Humphrey Bogart stars in this gangster movie that shows the fate that befalls a young punk (Dead End Kid Billy Halop) who hooks up with a mobster (Bogart). Also stars Gale Page.
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  • Always impressive astride a horse, Reagan spends plenty of time in the saddle as he contends with the attentions of two beautiful women, the rivalry provided by his writer pal, and the terrors of an anthrax outbreak that threatens local livestock.
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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.
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  • Down-and-out Londoner Ernie Mott makes the best of things - finding love here, dabbling in crime there. Still, there's a core of decency in Ernie. But a world of poverty and despair has little use for decency.
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  • Beautiful Clio Dulaine arrives in her New Orleans birthplace with one goal: to exact revenge on her father's family, who exiled Clio and her mother to Paris years earlier.
    Director:   Sam Wood
    Cast:   Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman, Flora Robson, Jerry Austin, Joh, John Warburton
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/21/1945
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  • A couple with three children who decide that three is definitely not enough. The comic complications of adopting a few new family members enliven this enjoyable family film.
    Director:   Norman Taurog
    Cast:   Cary Grant, Betsey Drake, Lurene Tuttle, Randy Stuart, John Ridgely, John, Irving Bacon, Mary Treen, Hayden Rorke, Iris Mann
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/10/1952
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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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  • Brandon de Wilde co-stars in this evocative coming-of-age story about an adolescent boy who discovers that his older brother, played by Warren Beatty, is a shallow wreck of a man.
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  • Career. Love. Family. You play the cards life deals you. Casino owner Charley Kyng has taken plenty of risks through the decades, known plenty of wins and losses. But now the stakes are suddenly raised. Clark Gable, portrays Kyng.
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  • A story of one young woman's odyssey from innocence to decadence. She leaves British Columbia with her boyfriend at age 19, young and pretty and hopeful for a career in show business.
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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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  • 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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  • Adulteress Leslie Crosbie fires a bullet into her lover then, for good measure, five more. At trial, her plaintive testimony tilts the jury toward acquittal. Then scheming Leslie learns someone has a telltale letter she wrote to her paramour.
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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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  • The Dead End Kids on Dress Parade features Leo Gorcey as a wise-mouth malcontent at a military academy, while Hell's Kitchen features Ronald Reagan alongside the Dead End Kids.
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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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  • Julia Ashton arrives at a British outpost in the post-WWI Sahara, her heart burdened by loss.
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  • Oscar-nominee James Garner (Maverick) stars as a pacifistic American naval officer who discovers he has been selected to become the first casualty of the Normandy invasion.
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  • Sentenced to five years in prison for a robbery, Rudy Hernandez is walking the straight and narrow. He studies, works in the prison garage and steers clear of trouble, hoping he'll gain parole in three years.
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • A ruthless publisher uses his scandal sheet to profit at the expense of others in this searing expose of tabloid journalism starring Van Johnson, Ann Blyth and Steve Cochran.
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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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  • While staying in Washington, D.C., Tennessee-born Gwen Harold falls in love with and marries Japanese diplomat Hidenari (Terry) Terasaki, despite the objections from her family.
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  • The story, based on Emlyn Williams' autobiographical play, focuses on the relationship between Miss Moffat and her gifted young prodigy from the mines, Morgan Evans (John Dall).
    Director:   Irving Rapper
    Cast:   Bette Davis, Nigel Bruce, John Dall, Joan Lorring, Rhys Will, Rhys Williams, Mildred Dunnock, Rosalind Ivan
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/29/1945
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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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  • A teenage girl (Joan Fontaine) battles her sophisticated, older cousin (Alexis Smith) for the love of a gifted composer (Charles Boyer).
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  • Obsessed with the desire to give his only son the best of everything, a man destroys his whole world in this riveting drama starring Spencer Tracy and Deborah Kerr.
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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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  • 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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  • Kay Francis finds a perfect role for her trademark blend of '30s sophistication and couture. Claude Rains marks the first of his 10 feature films with legendary Warner director Michael Curtiz.
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  • This is a sweet-natured tale of hope and redemption. Robert adds another expert performance to his gallery of great roles.
    Director:   James Keach
    Cast:   Robert Duvall, Aidan Quinn, Frances Fisher, Brian Dennehy, B, Billy Bob Thornton
    Theatrical Release Date: 09/15/1995
    Price:$19.99
  • Trigger Hicks' neighbors mistake her faith healing prayer for witchcraft. Things get crazy when she saves an abused baby from its parents.
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  • Screen idol Jack Andrus just out of a sanitarium grabs at a role in a movie shot in Rome by a director whose career is also on the skids. When the director falls ill, Jack takes over.
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  • A story of red-blooded working men in love with the same woman. Yet even more powerful than the durable tale of a love triangle are Tiger Shark's scenes of commercial fishing: the strikes, the reeling in, the dangers.the circling of voracious sharks.
    Director:   Howard Hawks
    Cast:   Edward G. Robinson, Richard Arlen, J. Carrol Naish, Zita Joh, Zita Johann, Leila Bennett, William Ricciardi
    Theatrical Release Date: 09/22/1932
    Price:$17.99
  • 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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  • 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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  • A grandfather staves off an agent of death through a trick in order to gain time to settle his dear grandson's future.
    Director:   Harold S. Bucquet
    Cast:   Cedric Hardwicke, Lionel Barrymore, Beulah Bondi, Bob Watson, Una Merkel
    Theatrical Release Date: 07/06/1939
    Price:$19.99
  • In 1620, a group of religious outcasts boarded the Mayflower in England and set sail for the New World, where they founded a tiny wilderness outpost that would become the United States of America. Starring Spencer Tracy and Gene Tierney.
    Director:   Clarence Brown
    Cast:   Spencer Tracy, Gene Tierney, Van Johnson, Leo Genn, Dawn Add, Dawn Addams, Lloyd Bridges
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/14/1952
    Price:$19.99
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