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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.
    Price:$17.99
  • Four pre-Code classics take us on a tour of Hollywood's wild side with James Cagney, Norma Shearer, Paul Muni and Edward G. Robinson.
    Price:$39.99
  • The Strawberry Statement is both about and from the era of protests that swept campuses in the 1960s and '70s.
    Director:   Stuart Hagmann
    Cast:   Bruce Davison, Kim Darby, Bud Cort, Murray Macleod, Bob Bala, Bob Balaban
    Theatrical Release Date: 06/15/1970
    Price:$17.99
  • 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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  • Two women. One empire... A nation divided.
    Price:$21.99
  • 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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  • Gary Cooper gives an "outstanding performance" (Variety) in his first credited feature-film role in this dazzling classic.
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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.
    Price:$21.99
  • Shatner vs. Shatner in a Spaghetti Western! William Shatner plays dual roles of a drifter wrongly linked to violent crimes committed by his twin brother, a renegade Comanche.
    Price:$19.99
  • The lazy son of an Argentinean beef tycoon becomes a heroic soldier while fighting for the French resistance during WWII.
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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 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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  • Celebrate the short career (10 Hollywood films and two Oscars®*) and long life (100 years young in 2010) of one of the screen's nonpareil stars with this threesome of the fourth, fifth and sixth films Luise Rainer made in Tinseltown.
    Price:$29.99
  • Jessica Lange plays Beth in this warm-hearted, funny fable about staying together when all else is falling apart.
    Director:   Paul Brickman
    Cast:   Jessica Lange, Joan Cusack, Kathy Bates, Tom Mason, Chris O', Chris O'Donnell, Charlie Korsmo, Belita Moreno, Jim Haynie
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/1990
    Price:$17.99
  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • In this fast-paced romantic drama, Kay Francis and George Brent portray a young couple threatened by gangsters eager to muscle in on the construction payroll. Stranded is an engaging snapshot of time and place.
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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
    Price:$19.99
  • 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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  • From executive producer Tony Bill comes a gritty and groundbreaking look at Los Angeles gang life in the city's Mexican-American barrios.
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  • Wanda and Verna both want their daughters to join the high school cheerleading team.
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/10/1993
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  • Major Jed Webbe (Humphrey Bogart) is a brilliant, hard-bitten Army surgeon with a weakness for women and strong liquor.
    Price:$21.99
  • 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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  • 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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  • Two female athletes become friends, lovers and ultimately Olympic competitors in a relationship that suggests that the "war between the sexes" is not a battle over gender.
    Director:   Robert Towne
    Cast:   Mariel Hemingway, Scott Glenn, Patrice Donnelly, Kenny Moore, Jim Moody
    Theatrical Release Date: 02/05/1982
    Price:$19.99
  • The pre-Code era's most sin-tillating stars sizzle in a four-film collection that exposes the social and sexual mores of a not-so-innocent time.
    Price:$39.99
  • Warren William, Loretta Young, Bette Davis and Edward G. Robinson star in four pre-Code sizzlers, where sins go unpunished and virtue is rarely rewarded.
    Price:$39.99
  • Critics across the nation praise this adaptation of Wendy Wasserstein's Pulitzer-Prize winning play about one woman's quest for fulfillment.
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/15/1995
    Price:$17.99
  • His crimes shamed a nation. His capture stunned the world.
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  • Based on the true story of the McMartin family who, accused of a heinous crime, suffered six years of public humiliation before being found innocent.
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/20/1995
    Price:$19.98
  • When the regional presenter of 1960's "The Romper Room" has to terminate a pregnancy and the press find out, her private matter soon becomes a controversial and all-too public affair.
    Theatrical Release Date: 06/20/1992
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  • A struggling widow devotes her life to her four children. But trouble lies ahead for all four - including her oldest, Danny, a thug who has tormented his family since childhood.
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  • Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon reprise their legendary roles as Mr. and Mrs. Miniver in this lovingly crafted sequel to their Academy Award®-winning hit Mrs. Miniver.
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  • Tales of promises fulfilled, passion denied and pain reconciled from master storytellers Mary McCarthy, Dorothy Parker, Ernest Hemingway, Irwin Shaw, Carson McCullers and Henry Miller.
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  • 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.
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  • Steve Forrest and Anne Baxter star in this drama about a doomed romance between a divinity student and a cabaret singer with a dark past who's Bedevilled.
    Price:$17.99
  • Veteran CNN producer Robert Wiener and his producing partner Ingrid Formanek find themselves in Iraq on the eve of war and are about to risk their lives for the story of a lifetime.
    Director:   Mick Jackson
    Cast:   Michael Keaton, Helena Bonham Carter, Joshua Leonard, Lili T, Lili Taylor, Michael Cudlitz, Hamish Linklater
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/07/2002
    Price:$19.98
  • 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
  • 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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  • 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.
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  • A killer escapes from prison and will stop at nothing to pull off a massive counterfeiting scheme.
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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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  • Gregory Peck and Jane Wyman star in this Academy Award-winning family drama about a young boy whose pet deer threatens his family's farm.
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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 young misfit lands on a prison chain gang and falls for the foreman's daughter.
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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.
    Price:$17.99
  • 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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  • 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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  • 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.
    Price:$21.99
  • Body of a monster. Heart of a saint. From Victor Hugo's rousing classic.
    Director:   Peter Medak
    Cast:   Mandy Patinkin, Richard Harris, Salma Hayek, Edward Atterton, Benedick Blythe, Nigel Terry, Jim Dale
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/16/1997
    Price:$17.99
  • When life hangs in the balance, the best defense isn't always the truth.
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  • Equal justice. Unequally dispensed. What would you do if it happened to your child?
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  • From a house divided to a family united.
    Director:   Robert Allan Ackerman
    Cast:   Farrah Fawcett, Keith Carradine, Alison Pill, Jean Stapleton, Glenn Close
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/08/2000
    Price:$17.99
  • Two of America's finest talents, Academy Award winner Jack Lemmon and Matthew Broderick, star in this critically acclaimed comedy by David Mamet (Glengarry Glen Ross).
    Price:$17.99
  • Starring Leonard Nimoy in one of the most powerful performances of his career, this stirring film, based on a true story, tells of one man's fight for justice.
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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.
    Price:$47.99
  • Richard Chamberlain and Raymond Massey return for the second season of the smash hit medical drama about a young intern.
    Price:$47.99
  • Superstar cowboy actor "Wild Bill" Elliot traded in his boots and spurs for gumshoes and a badge in a series of crackling crime dramas.
    Price:$24.99
  • 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.
    Price:$17.99
  • 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
    Price:$17.99
  • When a member of a skydiving trio dies while attempting a very dangerous maneuver, the other two put on the show in his memory to prove that the stunt can be done.
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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.
    Price:$21.99
  • 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.
    Price:$21.99
  • Hostages is a thrilling and suspenseful new drama series about a family caught in the middle of a grand political conspiracy that will change their lives forever. Toni Collette stars as Ellen Sanders, a top surgeon in Washington, D.C., who has been tapped to operate on the President of the United St
    Price:$29.99
  • Oscar Wilde's classic story about a mysterious young man whose painted portrait ages through the years while he remains young.
    Price:$21.99
  • 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.
    Price:$17.99
  • Kirk Douglas stars in this riveting drama as a Korean War soldier who must confront the horror of killing a man in cold blood.
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  • Rural Texas racecar mechanic and sometime driver Corky Curtiss is an ambitious, reckless, angry man - never more so than when he sits in the driver's seat and weaves through the pack at a competition.
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  • There's someone new in young Mokey's life - his mom! After his widowed father remarries, 8-year-old Mokey Delano strives to win the love of his stepmother.
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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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  • 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.
    Price:$21.99
  • They say crime doesn't pay. Private detective Philip Marlowe knows better.
    Director:   Edward Dmytryk
    Cast:   Dick Powell, Claire Trevor, Anne Shirley, Otto Kruger, Mike, Mike Mazurki, Miles Mander, Douglas Walton
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/09/1944
    Price:$17.99
  • 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.
    Price:$19.99
  • 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.
    Price:$17.99
  • Dirk Bogarde stars as celebrated war hero Charles Coward in the incredible-but-true WWII adventure The Password is Courage.
    Price:$21.99
  • 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
    Price:$21.99
  • 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.
    Price:$17.99
  • 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.
    Price:$17.99
  • 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
  • An act of mercy turns a courageous couple into enemies of the state in Guns of Darkness, a high-voltage thriller starring David Niven and Leslie Caron. In a swift and bloody coup.
    Price:$17.99
  • 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.
    Price:$19.99
  • Eddie is at the wheel and good buddy Buck rides shotgun on the St. Louis - Chicago run.
    Price:$17.99
  • 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.
    Price:$17.99
  • Special Agent Chris Daniels (Shelley Novak) joins the fight alongside Inspector Erskine (Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.) and Assistant Director Ward (Philip Abbott) for The FBI's final season.
    Price:$47.99
  • 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.
    Price:$21.99
  • James Garner stars in a lighthearted tale about the vices and virtues of small-town life, based on the novel by Weldon Hill.
    Price:$17.99
  • 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.
    Price:$21.99
  • A talented wedding photographer, at a crossroads with his own marriage, reflects on tales of past clients and the hope, adversity and romance that holy matrimony brings in Marriage Is Alive and Well.
    Price:$17.99
  • They taught this G.I. to use a gun...and he's using it" exclaimed the publicity for this film noir programmer.
    Price:$17.99
  • "Glenn Ford's first try at light domestic comedy demonstrates that he has the touch" (The Motion Picture Guide) in the brisk and breezy Young Man with Ideas, costarring Ruth Roman.
    Price:$17.99
  • Chad Everett and James Daly, as Chief of Surgery Joe Gannon and Chief of Staff Paul Lochner, continue their hit run as the groundbreaking medical drama entered its well-seasoned fifth year.
    Price:$47.99
  • 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.
    Price:$17.99
  • A single mother working two jobs to support her young family, Vanessa Meyer is suddenly arrested by the FBI and accused of a petty crime.
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  • Laura Mead (played by celebrated ice-skating queen-turned-actress Belita) insists she didn't do the crime.
    Price:$17.99
  • The young women come to New York with a suitcase and a dream, determined to make it on the heartbreak street called Broadway.
    Price:$17.99
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