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Dream of Light [VHS]

Dream of Light [VHS] Lowest new price: $77.90

In Dream of Light, the celebrated director of The Spirit of the Beehive, Victor Erice, achieves the miraculous: a direct look into how an artist creates.

Hearts of Fire [VHS]

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An aging, reclusive rock legend takes on a much younger female protegee. While on tour in England she struggles with the pressures of fame, life on the road, and her feelings for both her mentor and a young English pop star.

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Cruel Doubt [VHS]

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Cruel Doubt is a 1992 television movie starring Blythe Danner and Matt McGrath, as well as Danner's daughter, Gwyneth Paltrow. The film was first broadcast as a two-part miniseries on NBC in the United States and CTV in Canada on May 17 and May 19, 1992. The movie is based on the true crime book Cruel Doubt by Joe McGinniss, which documents the 1988 murder of Lieth Von Stein by his stepson, Chris Pritchard, and two friends, James Upchurch and Gerald Neal Henderson.

Marquis [VHS]

Marquis [VHS] Lowest used price: $41.00

Franco-Belgium Production directed byHenri Xhonneux Ribald, violent, surreal and satirical, Marquis offers a unique take on the events leading up to the French revolution as seen from the perspective of the notorious Marquis de Sade. Presented in metaphorical terms, each of the actors' faces are covered by an animal mask that more or less represents their character. Their voices were dubbed in late

The Promise [VHS]

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Brand: Universal Studios Home Entertainment

A rich student's fiancee has her face destroyed by a car accident, and refuses to return to him fearing the loss of his love.

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Rhodes:Life & Legend of Cecil Rhodes [VHS]

Rhodes:Life & Legend of Cecil Rhodes [VHS] Lowest new price: $28.99
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Like new condition.

Target: Favorite Son [VHS]

Target: Favorite Son [VHS] Lowest used price: $31.99

NOT ON DVD! Brand New and Factory Sealed! Ships IMMEDIATELY via USPS Media Mail in Protective Collectible Plastic Case!

Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry [VHS]

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The vhs is in great working condition. Box it comes in has wear to it.


  • Great Movie

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Baja Oklahoma [VHS]

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A Texas barmaid juggles her songwriting dreams with her off-the-cuff love life in this funny, feisty fable starring Peter Coyote, Leslie Ann Warren and Swoosie Kurtz in her ACE Award-winning role. Year: 1988 Director: Bobby Roth Starring: Lesley Ann Warren, Peter Coyote, Swoosie Kurtz

Taps [VHS]

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VHS FORMAT. 1995, 20th Century Fox, item 1128. Color. This fine film was released as a starring vehicle for the great George C. Scott and equal support from Timothy Hutton. Two cast members, Sean Penn (20 at the time) and Tom Cruise (17 at the time), were absolutely right on as military students, very unhappy with the powers that be. "Powerfully acted ... beautiful performances ... thoughtful."

Memorable mostly as the film that introduced filmgoers to Tom Cruise and Sean Penn, both of whom nearly steal the film from its nominal star, Timothy Hutton. Hutton, fresh from his Oscar for Ordinary People, plays the top cadet at a private military school run by George C. Scott. When the announcement is made that the school will be closed, the inmates take over the asylum with military precision. Hutton is caught among his sense of duty to mentor Scott, the rabid militarism of cadet Cruise, and the rational arguments of Penn, as Hutton's best friend. Then a cadet kills one of the cops responding to the crisis, and suddenly this game of playing soldiers takes on a warlike atmosphere. But director Harold Becker can't hold it together; Hutton isn't up to carrying the film, and the tension rapidly drains from the Darryl Ponicsan script. --Marshall Fine

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