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TCM Greatest Classic Films Collection: Holiday (Christmas in Connecticut / A Christmas Carol 1938 / The Shop Around the Corner / It Happened on 5th Avenue)

TCM Greatest Classic Films Collection: Holiday (Christmas in Connecticut / A Christmas Carol 1938 / The Shop Around the Corner / It Happened on 5th Avenue) Lowest new price: $28.02
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TCM Greatest Classic Films: Holiday (4FE/DVD)

A CHRISTMAS CAROL (1938) Reginald Owen portrays Charles Dickens’ holiday humbug Ebenezer Scrooge, the miser’s miser who has a huge change of heart after spirits whisk him into the past, present and future. From sets to stars to story, this triumphant adaptation adds a glow to the season. Like Tiny Tim’s benediction, it blesses us – every one. CHRISTMAS IN CONNECTICUT (1945) A magazine columnist totally devoid of the homemaking skills espoused in her column had better get some fast: her boss has invited himself and a recently returned war hero to her home for Christmas. Laughs, romance, holiday cheer: that’s the recipe Barbara Stanwyck and a stellar company follow in this perennial favorite. IT HAPPENED ON 5TH AVENUE Home for the holidays! GI families hit by the post-World War II housing crunch take over an abandoned New York City mansion. THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER In the third of their four screen pairings, Margaret Sullavan and James Stewart engage in retail romance wrapped in the ribbon of director Ernst Lubitsch’s trademark touch of wit and charm. They play bickering store clerks who are unknowingly secret pen pals. Your patronage will be cheerfully rewarded when you watch this enchanting tale.


Christmas in Connecticut
Christmas in Connecticut is a holiday film that plays 365 days of the year. Barbara Stanwyck gives a brilliant, sardonic performance as Elizabeth Lane, a columnist for Smart Housekeeping magazine, whose enticing descriptions of the exquisite meals she prepares for her husband and baby on their bucolic Connecticut farm earns her fame as "America's Best Cook." A writer, she is; a cook, she is not. As she types the words, "From my living room window, as I write, the good cedar logs cracking on the fire..." the view is of clothes flapping on the line outside her bachelorette Manhattan apartment. An able supporting cast keeps her lie on life support: her editor, her stuffy and detestable architect suitor, and the wonderful "Uncle" Felix (S.Z. Sakall), an English-garbling Hungarian chef who provides the recipes that fill her column.

Cut to Jefferson Jones, a sailor adrift at sea for weeks after his destroyer is torpedoed. Memories of the food described in Lane's columns are central to his survival. After his rescue, as he's recuperating in a naval hospital, a marriage-minded nurse thinks she might nudge Jones to the altar if he could only experience a real domestic Christmas. And it just so happens that she was nurse to the grandchild of Alexander Yardley, the wealthy and powerful publisher of --you guessed it--Smart Housekeeping magazine. And so, she pens the letter that could unravel Lane's carefully constructed fraud. She writes to Yardley asking that Jones be included in America's ultimate Christmas--the one to be held at the Lane family farm in Connecticut. The pompous Yardley (ably portrayed by Sidney Greenstreet) believes the Lane myth and instantly sniffs a story that will send his magazine's circulation skyrocketing. And staring down a lonely holiday, he decides to join the Lanes for Christmas on the farm, too. Now, all Lane has to do is come up with a farm. And a husband. And let's not forget the baby. Christmas in Connecticut is classic screwball entertainment of the best kind, with its on-target skewering of social convention and house-of- cards-about-to-tumble tension: a perfect farcical vision of domestic blitz. --Susan Benson

A Christmas Carol 1938
This is the desert-island choice of the many versions of A Christmas Carol, with a magnificent, full-bodied portrayal of Ebenezer Scrooge by Alastair Sim that leaves everyone else in the dust. Lean and direct, this film's version of the story wastes no time trying to impress viewers with the magical nature of the spirits' visitations. Director Brian Desmond Hurst keeps the focus on Scrooge's life story, beautifully simplifying and underscoring the theme of lost women with a haunting musical refrain from the folk song "Barbara Allen." Sim's commitment to the role is at times astonishing; his Scrooge's Christmas-morning ecstasy is a marvel of giddy technique. Watch for Patrick Macnee (Steed in The Avengers) as the young Jacob Marley--the actor made his screen debut in this 1951 production. --Tom Keogh

The Shop Around the Corner
One of the most charming and romantic films around, this 1940 comic romance finds James Stewart (Vertigo, It's A Wonderful Life) working in a small shop in Budapest and longing for a girl to call his own. His coworker, Margaret Sullavan, feels the same, and soon they are both corresponding and falling in love with their respective pen pals. What they don't realize is that they are writing to and falling in love with each other, but the problem is that they can't stand each other in person. The beguiling nature of the mistaken identity formula that influenced countless films is done to perfection here, and the wry combativeness and delightful banter between the two leads makes this a very special film. --Robert Lane

It Happened on 5th Avenue
Making his winter home in a vacant New York City mansion,owned by vacationing industrialist Michael O'Connor (Charlie Ruggles), a philosophizing hobo decides to take in a homeless ex-G.I. O'Connor's unhappy daughter, Trudy (Gale Storm), running away from finishing school, returns home unexpectedly but doesn't tell anyone who she is or who her dad is when he comes looking for her disguised as a butler. Meanwhile, O'Connor unwittingly competes with the ex-G.I. in a land deal. The film, nominated best original story, contains a worthwhile message of self worth.


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Dimevision Vol. 2 - Roll With It Or Get Rolled Over

Dimevision Vol. 2 - Roll With It Or Get Rolled Over Lowest new price: $16.99
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Singin' in the Rain [Blu-ray]

Singin' in the Rain [Blu-ray] Lowest new price: $14.59
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Singin' in the Rain 60th Anniversary (BD)

Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor and Debbie Reynolds in a 60th-anniversary newly remastered Special Edition of the best-loved Hollywood musical ever-filled with memorable songs, lavish routines and Kelly's fabulous song-and-dance number performed in the rain.



  • drama musical
  • over an hour of bonus content
  • 60th anniversary
  • movie originally produced in 1952

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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Runnin' Down a Dream

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Runnin' Down a Dream Lowest new price: $17.98
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'Runnin Down a Dream,' the feature length documentary about Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, directed by Oscar-winning filmaker Peter Bogdanovich is now available in a two DVD package. Gritty and exuberant, 'Runnin Down a Dream' tells the Heartbreakers story as never before, revealing the combination of unwavering talent, artistic vision and sheer persistence that has made them one of the great American rock bands.

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The Last Waltz

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The Eagles - Farewell 1 Tour - Live From Melbourne

The Eagles - Farewell 1 Tour - Live From Melbourne Lowest new price: $21.69
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Without doubt, the Eagles are one of the all-time biggest acts in popular music since the dawn of the rock'n'roll era. The band's roots go back to their role as defining artists in the phenomenally popular Southern California rock scene of the '70s, a decade in which they delivered four consecutive #1 albums. Their momentous 2004 farewell tour filled stadiums around the world, and this 2-DVD set captures one of the most stellar events from that now-historic global sweep. Track Listings: Disc 1: Long Run, New Kid in Town, Wasted Time, Peaceful Easy Feeling, I Can't Tell You Why, One of These Nights, One Day At A Time (New Track), Lyin' Eyes, Boys of Summer, In The City, Already Gone, Tequila Sunrise, Love Will Keep Us Alive, No More Cloudy Days (New Track), Hole In the World, Take It To the Limit, Disc 2: You Belong to the City, Walk Away, Sunset Grill, Life's Been Good, Dirty Laundry, Funk #49, Heartache Tonight, Life in the Fast Lane, Hotel California, Rocky Mountain Way, All She Wants To Do Is Dance, Take It Easy, Desperado

Thirty songs, spread out over two discs and well over two and a half hours, with fine performances, great sound, and good visual direction: it's all here on Farewell 1 Tour, a documentary of the Eagles' 2004 concert in Melbourne, Australia. At one point, the veteran band seemed unlikely to even make it to the new millennium, but here they are, mostly intact, with a string of hits dating back more than three decades. The majority of them are performed here, from the earliest ("Take It Easy," "Desperado," "Peaceful Easy Feeling") through "Hotel California" and "Life in the Fast Lane" and right up to "Love Will Keep Us Alive" (from Hell Freezes Over, their most recent recording with new material on it); there are also hits from Glenn Frey, Don Henley, and Joe Walsh's solo careers, and a few new songs as well, including Walsh's "One Day at a Time" (an earnest ode to his new-found sobriety) and "Hole in the World," Frey and Henley's moving, almost gospel-tinged reaction to the events of 9/11/01. Guitarist Don Felder, who split acrimoniously with the band in 2001, isn't much missed, as replacement Steuart Smith plays the parts just as Felder did--i.e., pretty much exactly as they were recorded (indeed, pristine recreations of the studio versions of their songs has always been a hallmark of the Eagles' live shows). As for the somewhat cheeky title, well, there's always been a certain smugness to the Eagles' sense of humor, and it's no different this time, as Frey doesn't even pretend that there won't be a Farewell 2 Tour in the future. And why not? These are good songs, played beautifully by the quartet (plus supplemental musicians) to audiences that love them. Bonus material is limited to perfunctory interviews with the band. --Sam Graham


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The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall

The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall Lowest new price: $9.40
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In celebration of the 25th Anniversary of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera, Cameron Mackintosh produced a unique, spectacular staging of the musical on a scale which had never been seen before. Inspired by the original staging by Hal Prince and Gillian Lynne, this lavish, fully-staged production set in the sumptuous Victorian splendour of London’s legendary Royal Albert Hall features a cast and orchestra of over 200, plus some very special guest appearances.


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Fleetwood Mac: Unbroken Chain

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Snoop Sisters Complete Series

Snoop Sisters Complete Series Lowest new price: $13.27
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Long before Angela Lansbury brightened TV screens as prime-time s not-so-young literary sleuth in Murder, She Wrote, Mildred Natwick and Helen Hayes joined forces to solve mysteries as The Snoop Sisters.  Forming a one-of-a-kind whodunit writing team, eccentric elderly sisters Ernesta and Gwendolyn Snoop s insatiable curiosity all too often leads them to be deeply embroiled in real-life murders in New York City.   The Snoops Sisters witty imagination and utter determination were beloved by audiences young and old. For the first time ever on home video, this highly-anticipated collection includes the original TV movie pilot plus the four 90 minute telefilms.


  • THE SNOOP SISTERS - A spinster and her widowed sister, who are also mystery writers, try to solve mysterious murders.
  • STELLAR CAST - Starring Helen Hayes, Mildred Natwick, and Lou Antonio.
  • CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED - Winner of Primetime Emmy for Best Lead Actress in a Limited Series.
  • COMPLETE SERIES - All episodes on 2 DVDs. Runs 6.5 hours. Region 1 coded.
  • A GREAT GIFT - Get it for the Snoop Sisters fan in your life.

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Nuestra Isla, Nuestro Encanto

Nuestra Isla, Nuestro Encanto Lowest new price: $11.66
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In 1993 in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Banco Popular of Puerto Rico, the Bank began its tradition of producing music specials. Known as the Banco Popular musical special (largest banking institution in Puerto Rico) the special is a gift from Banco Popular to its public in CD and DVD and contains the musical traditions of Puerto Rico and Latin America. This collection has included local and international artists such as Ruben Blades, Juan Luis Guerra, Ricky Martin, Shakira, Juanes and Marc Anthony among many others.

In addition to promoting traditions, the musical specials serve as a platform to support through the sale of musical pieces the organizations, schools and communities that the Banco Popular Foundation supports. This year, after the passage of Hurricane Maria through Puerto Rico, the institution made the decision to award part of the funds collected from this sale to the account Embracing Puerto Rico with the aim of helping communities that have been impacted by this atmospheric phenomena.

This year Banco Popular is dedicating its musical special to the various festivals that exist on the island. Featured as part of the musical special are sports carnivals of Ponce, Loiza and Hatillo, the various festivals in several towns, religious festivals such as the Virgin of Carmen, San Sebastian Street and the more particular celebrations such as visits to discos and 15th birthday parties among others. This production puts forth the best face of Puerto Rico even in difficult times as a happy country where everything is celebrated with music.

The Special: Our Island, Our Enchantment (Nuestra Isla, Nuestro Encanto)
The musical production Our Island, Our Enchantment includes a DVD consisting of one hour of music and interviews reflecting Puerto Ricans living off the island.

The DVD comes along with a CD, which includes even more successes.

The DVD includes the following songs:
1. Medley (Mañana por la mañana; Voy subiendo, voy bajando; Caminan las nubes) Oscarito and Emanuel Santana
2. Calle Luna, Calle Sol- Rey Ruiz and Consuelo Schuster
3. Pescao Jose Nogueras and Nano Cabrera
4. Y yo no bailo - Los Walters and Eduardo Alegría
5. Oye como va Ozuna
6. María Isabel Danny Fornaris and Diana Fuentes
7. Los manos del campo Vicente García and Kany García
8. Vamos a celebrar PJ Sin Suela
9. La vida es bonita - Pirulo y la Tribu
10. La vida es un carnaval Olga Tañón
11. El Boricua - Jaime Osorio and Christian Daniel

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