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Back Street [VHS]

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Brand: Universal Studios Home Entertainment

Charles Boyer and Margaret Sullavan are the star-crossed lovers in 1941's Back Street. Reunited in New York City years after their marriage plans were sabotaged, Sullavan discovers that Boyer is now wed to another. Desperate to remain a part of his life, she agrees to become his mistress. With Richard Carlson, Tim Holt, Frank McHugh.


I'll Cry Tomorrow [VHS]

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very good condition

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn [VHS]

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn [VHS] Lowest new price: $10.83
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Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn is considered by many to be the greatest American novel ever written. Though none of the many film adaptations have done the book justice, the closest remains the 1939 remake with Mickey Rooney. Toning down his usual firecracker personality, Rooney's river-boy Huck is a fun-loving, superstitious kid who can't give up his free-and-easy life of fishing and smoking, despite the best efforts of his kindly guardians. When his souse of a Pap blackmails the well-meaning matrons, mischievous Huck fakes his death and heads down the river with his friend Jim (Rex Ingram), a slave he grudgingly helps escape to a free state. Rooney displays his underrated skills as a dramatic performer as he banters with Jim about slavery, fate, and destiny, and his slow realization that, slave or not, Jim is a human being ripples across his face like a remembered sin. The last half of the picture winds the destinies of the runaways around the schemes of con men Walter Connelly and William Frawley (who make a hilarious team as "the King" and "the Duke"), where the comic antics nuzzle against despicable plots and Huck's free spirit slams against his growing sense of responsibility. It's a generally faithful adaptation until the climax, which completely removes Tom Sawyer's appearance for a melodramatic, race-to-the-rescue conclusion. But for all the film's narrative liberties, Rooney's thoughtful performance captures Twain's Huck better than any version before or since. --Sean Axmaker


Atom Man Vs Superman [VHS]

Atom Man Vs Superman [VHS] Lowest new price: $41.93
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Criminal genius Lex Luthor has Metropolis at his mercy. Can he crush Superman with his fiendish inventions? Find out as this live-action, 15 chapter serial whisks you breathlessly along. Kirk Alyn stars. Year: 1950 Director: Spencer Gordon Bennet Starring: Kirk Alyn, Tommy Bond, Noel Neill


Marnie [VHS]

Marnie [VHS] Lowest new price: $4.86
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You could call this one Hoot Along with Hitch. With the possible exceptions of Topaz and Family Plot, this is Hitchcock's cheesiest movie, visually and psychologically crass in comparison with a peak achievement like Vertigo--although it shares some of that film's characteristic obsessive themes. Sean Connery, fresh from the second Bond picture, From Russia with Love, is a Philadelphia playboy who begins to fall for Tippi Hedren's blonde ice goddess only when he realizes that she's a professional thief; she's come to work in his upper-crust insurance office in order to embezzle mass quantities. His patient program of investigation and surveillance has a creepy, voyeuristic quality that's pure Hitchcock, but all's lost when it emerges that the root of Marnie's problem is phobic sexual frigidity, induced by a childhood trauma. Luckily, Sean is up to the challenge. As it were. Not even D.H. Lawrence believed as fervently as Hitchcock in the curative properties of sexual release. --David Chute

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Animal Crackers [VHS]

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Mayhem and zaniness ensue when a valuable painting goes missing during a party in honor of famed African explorer Captain Spaulding.


The Ten Commandments [VHS]

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For sheer pageantry and spectacle, few films can equal its splendor. It tells the story of Moses (Charlton Heston), once favored by the Pharaoh's (Yul Brynner) house, who turned his back on a privileged life and responded to God's call to lead his people to freedom. Filmed in Egypt and the Sinai with one of the biggest sets ever constructed.

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Tex Avery's Screwball Classics 2 [VHS]

Tex Avery's Screwball Classics 2 [VHS] Lowest new price: $39.99
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The second volume of cartoons from animation's Golden Age, including appearances by Red Hot Riding Hood and Screwy Squirrel. Features eight cartoons: "Red Hot Riding Hood," "One Ham's Family," "Happy Go Nutty," "Slap Happy Lion," "Wild and Wolfy," "Ventriloquist Cat," "Big Heel Watha," and "Northwest Hounded Police."

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The Birds (The Alfred Hitchcock Collection) [VHS]

The Birds (The Alfred Hitchcock Collection) [VHS] Lowest new price: $3.69
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Brand: Universal Studios Home Entertainment

The Alfred Hitchcock's Collection

Features:

  • 370 trick shots, 32 separate shots in the final scene

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Tremors [VHS]

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Brand: Universal Studios Home Entertainment

Tremors didn't actually break any new ground (even though its tunneling worm monsters certainly did), but it revved up the classic monster-movie formulas of the 1950s with such energetic enthusiasm and humor that it made everything old seem new again. It's also got a cast full of enjoyable actors who clearly had a lot of fun making the film, and director Ron Underwood strikes just the right balance of comedy and terror as a band of small-town rednecks battles a lot of really nasty-looking giant worms. The special effects are great, the one-liners fly fast and furious between heroes Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward (and yes, that's country star Reba McEntire packin' awesome firepower), and it's all done with the kind of flair one rarely associates with goofy monster flicks like this. --Jeff Shannon

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