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  • 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:$59.99
  • 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.
    Price:$19.99
  • Two women. One empire... A nation divided.
    Price:$21.99
  • Richard Chamberlain and Raymond Massey return for the second season of the smash hit medical drama about a young intern.
    Price:$59.99
  • 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:$19.99
  • 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
  • "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:$19.99
  • 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
    Price:$19.99
  • 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
  • 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
    Price:$17.99
  • Starring Brian Keith, Rock Hudson and David Soul, World War III brings the worst fears of mankind to the screen with an intensity that is all the more nightmarish because is it so believably real.
    Price:$21.99
  • 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
    Price:$19.99
  • 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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  • Finders keepers. Amid the comings and goings at Union Depot, on-the-grift Chic and his pal Scrap Iron retrieve a dropped baggage-claim ticket. They redeem it for a violin case - and open it to find a fortune in cash!
    Price:$17.99
  • Welcome to New York's posh Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Your suite is waiting - and so are romance, glamour, comedy and drama played with great flair by an all-star cast.
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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.
    Price:$19.99
  • The lazy son of an Argentinean beef tycoon becomes a heroic soldier while fighting for the French resistance during WWII.
    Price:$17.99
  • A scientist stands against an entire town when he discovers their medicinal spa is polluted.
    Price:$17.99
  • A man awakes on a Central Park bench, not knowing his name or how he got there. He sees a beer truck pass by. Then an airplane flies overhead. He chooses Buddwing as his name and continues his desperate sidewalk quest to discover his true identity.
    Price:$17.99
  • 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.
    Price:$19.99
  • 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.
    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.
    Price:$19.99
  • 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.
    Price:$21.99
  • 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.
    Price:$17.99
  • 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.
    Price:$19.99
  • Julia Ashton arrives at a British outpost in the post-WWI Sahara, her heart burdened by loss.
    Price:$21.99
  • A killer escapes from prison and will stop at nothing to pull off a massive counterfeiting scheme.
    Price:$19.99
  • 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.
    Price:$21.99
  • 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
    Price:$19.99
  • Mama Lorenzo's boys grew up tough on the bustling New York streets. Nick (William Lundigan) set his course for a decent life and got a summa cum laude degree.
    Price:$19.99
  • 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
    Price:$17.99
  • 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.
    Price:$17.99
  • Equal justice. Unequally dispensed. What would you do if it happened to your child?
    Price:$17.99
  • 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
  • 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.
    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
  • 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
  • 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:$59.99
  • 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
  • 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:$34.99
  • 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
  • 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:$19.99
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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.
    Price:$19.99
  • Dirk Bogarde stars as celebrated war hero Charles Coward in the incredible-but-true WWII adventure The Password is Courage.
    Price:$21.99
  • 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:$19.99
  • 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
  • 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:$34.99
  • 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
    Price:$17.99
  • 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:$19.99
  • 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.
    Price:$17.99
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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:$59.99
  • Eddie is at the wheel and good buddy Buck rides shotgun on the St. Louis - Chicago run.
    Price:$19.99
  • 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
  • Oscar Wilde's classic story about a mysterious young man whose painted portrait ages through the years while he remains young.
    Price:$21.99
  • 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:$47.99
  • 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
  • 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.
    Price:$19.99
  • Kirk Douglas stars in this riveting drama as a Korean War soldier who must confront the horror of killing a man in cold blood.
    Price:$19.99
  • 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
  • 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.
    Price:$19.99
  • When self-made millionaire David Stannard's son is kidnapped, the industrialist makes novel, controversial and violent use of the Ransom!
    Price:$21.99
  • Gary Cooper gives an "outstanding performance" (Variety) in his first credited feature-film role in this dazzling classic.
    Price:$19.99
  • 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
  • James Garner stars in a lighthearted tale about the vices and virtues of small-town life, based on the novel by Weldon Hill.
    Price:$19.99
  • Knuckles Morgan is not the kind of goon you want to meet on a dark street after midnight.
    Price:$19.99
  • 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:$59.99
  • 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:$19.99
  • 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.
    Price:$21.99
  • Two proud families find themselves on a collision course in this action-packed drama starring Eli Wallach, Kenneth McMillan and Michael Madsen.
    Price:$19.99
  • 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:$19.99
  • 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.
    Price:$19.99
  • The young women come to New York with a suitcase and a dream, determined to make it on the heartbreak street called Broadway.
    Price:$19.99
  • Laura Mead (played by celebrated ice-skating queen-turned-actress Belita) insists she didn't do the crime.
    Price:$19.99
  • Meet A.J. Raffles, a charming English cricketer who hobnobs by day with British society, but robs them at night as a gentleman thief.
    Price:$21.99
  • 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.
    Price:$19.99
  • 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.
    Price:$19.99
  • John Garfield battles Nazi spies headed by menacing Raymond Massey in the wartime thriller Dangerously They Live.
    Price:$19.99
  • A young misfit lands on a prison chain gang and falls for the foreman's daughter.
    Price:$19.99
  • 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
    Price:$21.99
  • A jilted teenager gets her revenge the only way she knows how in this steamy story of a woman scorned starring Diane McBain.
    Price:$19.99
  • Robert Ryan and Stewart Granger clash over a secret too dangerous to keep in The Crooked Road, a breathless tale of corruption and intrigue based on the novel by Morris L. West.
    Price:$19.99
  • The early career of New York's first female hospital intern is the compelling subject of this biopic from the screenwriters of Johnny Belinda based on Emily Dunning Barringer's memoir.
    Price:$19.99
  • This beautiful and haunting fantasy tells two intertwined love stories - of a bittersweet Victorian romance and a budding courtship unfolding during World War II.
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/25/1948
    Price:$19.99
  • Glenn Ford averts a general disaster in the World War II action-comedy Imitation
    Price:$21.99
  • 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.
    Price:$19.99
  • 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.
    Price:$19.99
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