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Wesley Willis - The Daddy of Rock 'n' Roll

Wesley Willis  - The Daddy of Rock 'n' Roll Lowest new price: $5.04
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Documentary portrait of outsider artist and street musician Wesley Willis.

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Wildflower

Wildflower Lowest new price: $48.98
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Museum Quality Oil-on-Canvas Reproduction. Custom painted to your size and specifications. All our reproductions are 100% hand painted using oil-on-canvas. We do not use any printing or digital techniques at all. You will receive an original handmade oil painting created just for you. Satisfaction Guaranteed! We are so confident in the quality of our work that we will refund your money if you are not completely satisfied. No questions asked. FREE Shipping Worldwide! We will ship your painting anywhere in the world for FREE. Your artwork will be delivered unframed in a protective shipping tube, typically within 21 days. Own an original masterpiece today!

Director Diane Keaton brings a tender touch to Wildflower, a Lifetime cable-TV movie showcasing early-career excellence from Reese Witherspoon and Patricia Arquette. Witherspoon's big-screen debut in The Man in the Moon had premiered shortly before this movie's original broadcast in 1991, and a year earlier, Arquette had starred in a Keaton-directed CBS Schoolbreak Special, The Boy with the Crazy Brother. These rising talents are well served by Sara Flanigan's teleplay, closely adapted from her popular juvenile novel Alice. Set in the mid-1930s, the story follows two compassionate teens (Witherspoon, William McNamara) who discover and essentially adopt a partially deaf epileptic (Arquette) who'd been locked away by her psychotically abusive father. Beau Bridges and Susan Blakely provide different parental perspectives, and while Keaton doesn't always avoid Flanigan's tear-jerking sentiment, she handles it with delicate grace. Aiding her are a gifted cast and the fine cinematography of Janusz Kaminski, who would soon begin an enduring collaboration with Steven Spielberg. --Jeff Shannon

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The Martha Stewart Gardening Collection - Martha's Spring Garden

The Martha Stewart Gardening Collection - Martha's Spring Garden Lowest new price: $23.95
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Whether they're potting their first plant or maintaining acres of landscaped gardens, Martha offers consumers her finest techniques to help create the garden of their dreams. Learn the basics of garden design, planting from seed, and preparing potting mix at home. Follow Martha indoors and learn how to cook fabulous dishes using ingredients fresh from the garden. And watch as Martha demonstrates her best tips and techniques for maintaining the garden and its tools. It's an indispensable collection of valuable pointers organized on two easy-to-navigate discs that will be useful all year long.

Martha's Spring Gardening is a practical video reference guide to spring gardening filled with inspirational footage of Martha Stewart's Westport, Connecticut gardens and 374-minutes of solid garden expertise. Offering tidbits of history and helpful hints every step of the way, Martha Stewart accomplishes every imaginable garden task with ease. She begins with a look at early season weeding, bed preparation, seed starting, self-sowing annuals, and planting everything from primroses to vegetables and herb gardens. Readily admitting that the optimum garden layout is a very personal vision that continually evolves, Martha shares some of her favorite plants and garden planning tips. Once her vegetable and herb gardens are planted, Martha heads to the kitchen to detail the preparation of dishes like fresh asparagus and fontina bruchetta, mache salad, rhubarb crisp, and an impressive spring garden cake decorated with marzipan vegetables. After touring famous gardens like the Brooklyn Botanical Garden and the Keukenhof Bulb Garden in Holland, Martha and several leading garden experts delve into some of the less glamorous aspects of gardening. They offer recipes for five basic types of potting soils; take an in-depth look at pruning tools, rakes, and other gardening tools and how to care for them; describe how to choose and care for clay pots; test soil; and even tune up a lawnmower. Martha and her crew also focus in on houseplants, discussing re-potting, choosing and caring for fragrant and unusual houseplants, container gardening, creating indoor parterres, transporting plants, and the art of flower arranging. Bonus features include more helpful tips and techniques and additional video of garden tours. This excellent spring gardening guide details exactly what needs to be done in the springtime garden and clearly demonstrates how to accomplish each task. --Tami Horiuchi

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The Short Films of David Lynch

The Short Films of David Lynch Lowest new price: $74.16
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SHORT FILMS OF DAVID LYNCH
David Lynch

Collection of highly sourght-after David Lynch shorts, including his first works.

A must-see for fans of the legendary filmmaker David Lynch, this collecton features six short films from the master of the macabre. Spanning the director's career, from early experiments to more fully realized visions, this disc contains the shorts "Six Men Getting Sick", "The Alphabet", "The Grandmother" "The Amputee", The Cowboy and the Frenchman" and "Lumiere". Each film is preceded by an introduction from the director.

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  • Collection of highly sourght-after David Lynch shorts, including his first works. A must-see for fans of the legendary filmmaker David Lynch, this collecton features six short films from the master of the macabre. Spanning the director's career, from early experiments to more fully realized visions, this disc contains the shorts "Six Men Getting Sick", "The Alphabet", "The Grandmother" "The

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Gilbert & Sullivan - The Pirates of Penzance / Hyslop, Tomlin, Carver, Stratford Festival

Gilbert & Sullivan - The Pirates of Penzance / Hyslop, Tomlin, Carver, Stratford Festival Lowest new price: $19.99
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Ladies And Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains

Ladies And Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains Lowest new price: $41.35
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LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, THE FABULOUS STAINS never received a formal theatrical release and was only seen on late-night cable, poor-quality bootlegs, or on rare occasions at film festivals. Yet somehow this 1981 film about a trio of misfit teenage girls who start a punk band went on to inspire a generation of female rockers.

SHE CAN T FOOL ALL THE FANS ALL OF THE TIME . . .

Recently orphaned Corrine Third Degree Burns (a 14-year-old Diane Lane) enlists her cousin (Laura Dern) and sister (Marin Kanter) to launch a punk rock band, The Stains. Three rehearsals later, The Stains score the opening slot on a cross-country tour with aging metal act The Metal Corpses (led by Fee Waybill of The Tubes) and British punk rockers The Looters (real-life punk pioneers Paul Simonon from The Clash and Steve Jones and Paul Cook of the Sex Pistols). The Stains meteoric rise (and equally lightening-quick fall) owes more to TV exposure than to talent.

Some movies just stumble towards cult, mythic status; Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains is one of those magnificent accidents. Besides in-fighting, the few previews shown to the public were unanimously panned, Paramount was at a loss as to how to market it, and the movie had never been available on DVD (or VHS, for that matter). This has just compounded its status as a "lost" film, with the few people who have seen it being evangelical in their gossip about this pseudo punk 'n' roll documentary. Now that it’s here, was it worth the wait? Does it hold up over time? You bet it does. Orphaned girls (Diane Lane, Marin Kanter) along with their cousin (Laura Dern) channel their frustration into a band, The Stains. After a few gigs, the media picks up what they consider a novelty. This leads to a tour with The Looters--idealistic punks from London--and the Metal Corpses (headed by Fee Waybil of the Tubes in a perfectly oblivious performance). Head Looter takes head Stain under his wing, only to become disillusioned as he watches the American media, and by extension American teens, chose popularity over talent (as he sees it). Despite their differing views about how the movie should be handled, both the message of girl empowerment (screenwriter Nancy Dowd) and the idea that all great ideas become co-opted and watered-down (director Lou Adler) resonate throughout the film. The performances, while not uniformly great, work so well within the context of the documentary style that they have their own charm. And Diane Lane, as Stain leader Corinne "Third Degree" Burns, is simply outstanding, simmering with angst that bursts out at all the right points. A young Ray Winstone turns in a fine performance as the lead singer of the Looters, showing both contempt and sensitivity towards the fledgling Stains. Adding to its cult credentials, the rest of the Looters are played by Steve Jones and Paul Cook (Sex Pistols) and Paul Simenon (The Clash). With audio commentaries by not only director Adler, but stars Lane and Dern, this movie is not only great for any fans of Times Square and Rock 'n' Roll High School, but it’s a great addition to any library of music films in general. --Robert Arambel

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  • Recently orphaned Corrine Third Degree Burns (a 14-year-old Diane Lane) enlists her cousin (Laura Dern) and sister (Marin Kanter) to launch a punk rock band, The Stains. Three rehearsals later, The Stains score the opening slot on a cross-country tour with aging metal act The Metal Corpses (led by Fee Waybill of The Tubes) and British punk rockers The Looters (real-life punk pioneers Paul Simonon

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Christmas With Leontyne Price / Charles Dutoit, Montreal Symphony

Christmas With Leontyne Price / Charles Dutoit, Montreal Symphony Lowest new price: $20.13
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Price performs Christmas favorites with the Montreal Symphony conducted by Charles Dutoit.

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Ray Charles Live - In Concert with the Edmonton Symphony

Ray Charles Live - In Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Lowest new price: $4.37
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This DVD was recorded on January 27, 1981 in Edmonton, Alberta at Jubilee Auditorium. It captures Ray Charles at his finest as a live performer, and includes performances of classics "Hit The Road Jack", "Georgia On My Mind", "And Take These Chains From My Heart", mixed in both stereo and Dolby Surround 5.1.

Track Listing:
1. Riding Thumb
2. Busted
3. Georgia On My Mind
4. Oh, What A Beautiful Morning
5. Some Enchanted Evening
6. Hit The Road Jack
7. I Can't Stop Loving You
8. Take These Chains From My Heart
9. I Can See Clearly Now
10. What'd I Say
11. America The Beautiful
12. Long Gone Lonesome
13. Steel Guitar Rag
14. Let's Fall In Love

There's no such thing as a bad song as long as it's sung by the late Ray Charles, and Live at the Jubilee Auditorium Canada offers yet more irrefutable evidence of that. This concert, recorded in 1981, has its flaws; it's brief (48 minutes, no bonus features), and hearing Charles with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra in a big, formal venue with a rather listless audience isn't exactly ideal. But Charles, the man who's rightly credited with "inventing" soul music, always had an inimitable way with a song. On the one hand, he transforms a relatively unfamiliar choice, Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Oh What a Beautiful Morning," from a gentle waltz into a rousing, funky romp ("Some Enchanted Evening," another tune by that team, is marred by an awful disco beat). On the other hand, even if he performed "Georgia on My Mind," "Hit the Road Jack," "What'd I Say," and "I Can't Stop Loving You" literally thousands of times, the man was incapable of merely going through the motions. He adds little vocal inflections and filigree that help make the hoariest of standards sound fresh--check out "What'd I Say," where a long, funny intro (Ray yodels!) blossoms into a cooking version of the tune. This may not be Ray Charles's greatest performance, but hey, any Ray is good Ray. --Sam Graham

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Dracula - Pages from a Virgin's Diary

Dracula - Pages from a Virgin's Diary Lowest new price: $18.82
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After garnering widespread acclaim with his mini-masterpiece THE HEART OF THE WORLD, red hot cult auteur Guy Maddin (THE SADDEST MUSIC IN THE WORLD) has taken on the world’s most adapted horror tale and concocted his most original and ravishingly stylized cinematic creation yet. Beautifully transposing the Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s interpretation of Bram Stoker’s classic vampire yarn from stage to screen, Maddin has forged a sumptuous, erotically charged feast of dance, drama and silent film techniques. The black-and-white, blood-red-punctured DRACULA: PAGES FROM A VIRGIN’S DIARY is a Gothic grand guignol of the notorious Count and his bodice-ripped victims, fringed with the expressionistic strains of Gustav Mahler.

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Masters Of Russian Animation - Volume 1

Masters Of Russian Animation - Volume 1 Lowest used price: $53.80
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An extraordinary collection of Russias most important animated short films by Russias world renowned directors and artists. Winners of the top prizes at Annecy , Cannes, Colombo, Delhi, Espinho, Grijon, Hiroshima, Huesca, Kiev, Krakow Lille, London, Mamaia, Melbourne, Moscow New York, Oberhausen, Odense, Ottawa, Stuttgart, Sydney, Tampere, Tours, Venice, and Zagreb. Presented in anthology format for the first time. As seen on Bravo and the Independent Film Channel. This DVD covers the years 1962-1968.

Fyodor Khitruk Story of One Crime 1962 20 min
Fyodor Khitruk Man in A Frame 1966 10 min
Vadim Kurchevsky My Green Crocodile 1966 10 min
Andrei Khrjanovsky There Lived Kozyavin 1966 7 min
Rasa Strautmane Mountain of Dinosaurs 1967 10 min
Yefem Gamburg Passions of Spies 1967 20 min
Andrei Khrjanovsky Glass Harmonica 1968 20 min
Nikolai Serebryakov Ball of Yarn 1968 10 min
Anatoly Petrov Singing Teacher 1968 3 min
Fyodor Khitruk Film Film Film 1968 20 min


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