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|Mouse on the Mayflower [VHS]
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|Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Walt Disney's Masterpiece) [VHS]
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Disney's first full-length animated masterpiece features all the elements of a classic fairy tale--a beautiful heroine, an evil queen, Prince Charming...and a septet of whistling dwarfs. In hiding from her jealous and wicked stepmother, the fair Snow White takes refuge with a band of kind-hearted, hard-working dwarves: Bashful, Sneezy, Sleepy, Happy, Grumpy, Dopey and Doc. Eventually the vain queen finds Snow White and tricks her into eating a poisoned apple. Luckily, a wandering prince comes to her rescue, but can he break the evil queen's spell?Based on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS was initially thought a crazy idea for a feature film by those at Walt Disney. However, its lush production and charming characters proved otherwise. Standing the test of time since its release in 1937, the film has entranced audiences for decades, teaching them to never be vain and always whistle while they work.
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Rating: G (MPAA)
Film Country: USA
Sound: HiFi Sound, Stereo Sound, Surround Sound
Genre: Children & Family
Rating: G Sub-Genre: Musicals, Animated
Signal Standard: NTSC Director: Bill Cottrell, Ben Sharpsteen, Benjamin Sharpsteen
Edition: Full Screen
One of the brightest nuggets from Disney's golden age, this 1937 film is almost dizzying in its meticulous construction of an enchanted world, with scores of major and minor characters (including fauna and fowl), each with a distinct identity. When you watch Snow White's intricate, graceful movements of fingers, arms, and head all in one shot, it is not the technical brilliance of Disney's artists that leaps out at you, but the very spirit of her engaging, girl-woman character. When the wicked queen's poisoned apple turns from killer green to rose red, the effect of knowing something so beautiful can be so terrible is absolutely elemental, so pure it forces one to surrender to the horror of it. Based on the Grimm fairy tale, Snow White is probably the best family film ever to deal, in mythic terms, with the psychological foundation for growing up. It's a crowning achievement and should not be missed. --Tom Keogh
|The Wizard of Oz [VHS]
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|The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Disney Mini Classics) [VHS]
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|Strategic Air Command [VHS]
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Strategic Air Command is a 1955 Technicolor American film starring James Stewart and June Allyson, and directed by Anthony Mann. This Paramount Pictures release was the first of four films that depicted the role of the Strategic Air Command in the Cold War era. This would be Stewart and Mann's last collaboration and third of three movies that paired Jimmy Stewart and June Allyson, the others being The Stratton Story and The Glenn Miller Story.Free upgrade to first class mail.
Demonstrations of classic military tactical procedures and excellent footage of vintage aircraft (like the rare B-36), combine here to give viewers a cold war primer on the Air Force's defense capabilities, circa 1955. Former World War II pilot James Stewart is called out of retirement to assist in the strengthening of the Strategic Air Command, the new bomber forces that are America's first line of defense against the Russian nuclear threat. Wife June Allyson sits at home and frets over her husband's devotion to duty, while Harry Morgan lends a hand on the aircraft. Through Stewart, director Anthony Mann takes us on an ersatz tour of the elite Air Force operations that safeguarded America at the time. Unless you're interested in the aircraft of the day or stateside propaganda techniques during the cold war, Strategic Air Command tends to be a bit of a yawner. --Mark Savary
|Scooby-Doo's Greatest Mysteries [VHS]
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Munch a Scooby snack! Scooby fans have spoken! 4 of Scooby-Doo's most popular mysteries -- selected by the fans themselves -- are now available for the first time ever on this all-new video. Watch as Scooby-doo gets into a mixed-up mystery when he unexpectedly meets the seaweed-covered ghost of Captain Cutler in A CLUE FOR SCOOBY DOO! Next, see the seafaring sleuths collide with a mystery ship and try to uncover clues from a vanished crew in HASSLE IN THE CASTLE! Then, follow Scooby-Doo and the mystery gang as they outwit a bank robber in JEEPERS, IT'S THE CREEPER! and finally, see them take to the stage to crack some crazy capers in THE BACKSTAGE RAGE. Now, you get 109 minutes of non-stop action all on this one collectible Scooby video! Plus, The Powerpuff Girls bonus 'toon and groovy Scooby-Doo extra footage!
They're four kids who have next to nothing in common; they have no visible means of support, parents, or responsibilities; they travel as much as they want, wherever they want; they have a dog whom they've addicted to a treat--and they use the dog to do anything they deem too dangerous to do themselves. Oh, and they regularly take the law into their own hands, trespassing and breaking and entering whenever it suits them. This is a kids show?
Looking back, it's sometimes tough to figure out what really made Scooby-Doo so popular, and the four episodes included here--chosen by a Warner Bros. Online poll--don't really go that far in explaining the phenomenon. Hassle in the Castle, the first episode, has virtually no plot (the gang is out boating in the fog when they run aground on a haunted island); in A Clue for Scooby Doo, the fivesome sinks a husband-and-wife pirating scam; The Backstage Rage is a step up, and involves the gang's foiling a puppeteer's counterfeit operation. The last episode, Jeepers, It's the Creeper, asks more questions than it answers--it opens with the gang headed out to their school dance, and no other students ever show up.
It's hard to believe that any collection of fan favorites wouldn't include any of Scooby and the crew's classic team-ups (with Batman and Robin, Laurel and Hardy, etc.). With all the other Scooby compilations available, this one has dubious claim to the title Greatest Mysteries. --Randy Silver
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|Dawn of the Dead (Unrated Director's Cut) [VHS]
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A nurse, a policeman, a young married couple, a salesman, and other survivors of a worldwide plague that is producing aggressive, flesh-eating zombies, take refuge in a mega Midwestern shopping mall. NOTE: This is the 2004 unrated director's cut remake of the 1978 George A. Romero classic Dawn of the Dead.
- Unrated Director's Cut (with additional scenes)
- VHS Format
- 2004 Remake of the 1987 George A. Romero Classic
|Cinderella (Walt Disney's Masterpiece) [VHS]
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This version of CINDERELLA is the original Walt Disney animated classic based on Charles Perrault's 17th-century fable about a poor stepdaughter transformed into a vision of beauty and sent to the royal ball by her Fairy Godmother to meet her Prince Charming and live happily ever after. Academy Award Nominations: Best Sound Recording, Best Scoring of a Musical Picture, Best Song ("Bibbidy-Bobbidi-Boo").
Number of Tapes: 1
Rating: G (MPAA)
Film Country: USA
Sound: HiFi Sound, Stereo Sound
Release Date: 10/03/1995
Director: Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske, Clyde Geronimi
Disney's adaptation of the beloved fairy tale became a classic in its own right, thanks to some memorable tunes (including "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes," "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo," and the title song) and some endearingly cute comic relief. We all know the story--the wicked stepmother and stepsisters simply won't have it, this uppity Cinderella thinking she's going to a ball designed to find the handsome prince an appropriate sweetheart, but perseverance, animal buddies, and a well-timed entrance by a fairy godmother make sure things turn out all right. There are a few striking sequences of pure animation--for example, Cinderella is reflected in bubbles drifting through the air--and the design is rich and evocative throughout. It's a simple story padded here agreeably with comic business, particularly Cinderella's rodent pals (dressed up conspicuously like the dwarf sidekicks of another famous Disney heroine) and their misadventures with a wretched cat named Lucifer. There's also much harrumphing and exposition spouting by the King and the Grand Duke. It's a much simpler and more graceful work than the more frenetically paced animated films of today, which makes it simultaneously quaint and highly gratifying. --David Kronke
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|The Black Cat [VHS]
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Edgar Ulmer's baroque masterpiece is the pinnacle of expressionism of Hollywood, a beautiful melding of gothic antiquity and modernity in the shadow of World War I. Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff square off in their finest film together as decades-old nemeses who meet for a fateful showdown on the very battlefield where Karloff's devilish dark priest sacrificed his own army and framed Lugosi's good doctor for the crime. Karloff plays the most evil character of his career, a mesmerizingly demonic architect (inspired by the notorious real-life Satanist Aleister Crowley) who stole Lugosi's wife and daughter and built his shrinelike home, a stunning piece of Bauhaus-inspired glass and steel architecture, on the graves of his victims. His intensity and hypnotic understatement is a revelation, a genuine monster in human guise far more insidious and evil than the creatures of Universal's more famous horror classics. Lugosi delivers his finest performance ever as a Van Helsing-like hero whose simmering hatred and rage finally boils over into madness and sadistic revenge. A pair of silly American honeymooners become but two more pawns in their game of vengeance. John Mescall, who shot the gorgeous Bride of Frankenstein, beautifully delivers eerie unease and sinister imagery, from the Caligari-like black church of slanting beams and slashing shadows to the tomb of glass-lined caskets displaying victims held in suspended animation. One of the finest horror films to emerge from Universal's golden age of horror. --Sean Axmaker
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