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Harrison Bergeron [VHS]

Harrison Bergeron [VHS] Lowest used price: $25.00
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Brand: Republic Pictures

Author is Kurt Vonnegut. Movie stars Sean Astin, Miranda de Pencier, Christopher Plummer, Buck Henry, Howie Mandel, Andrea Martin.

Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry [VHS]

Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry [VHS] Lowest used price: $16.97
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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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Bewitched Christmas [VHS]

Bewitched Christmas [VHS] Lowest new price: $5.75
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Samantha Stephens, the grooviest witch on TV, is up to some good-natured holiday mischief in these classic Bewitched Christmas episodes. In "Humbug Not to Be Spoken Here," a grouchy client of Darrin's stops by to talk business on Christmas Eve and threatens to ruin everyone's fun. In "A Vision of Sugarplums," Sam and Darrin adopt an orphan for the holiday--but it just so happens the boy thinks Christmas is "a lot of bunk." Fortunately Samantha is chummy with Santa Claus, and a couple of quick trips to the North Pole restore the Christmas spirit to both nonbelievers. Best of all, Sam's daughter Tabitha gets a one-of-a-kind Susie Bruisie doll out of the deal! Both episodes are full of good clean holiday fun--for maximum enjoyment, bake cookies while you watch. --Claire Campbell

set 10 vhs: Mighty Machines - Someday I'm Gonna Be... A Cowboy, Mighty Machines In The Harbour /, Watch Em Work:Kidstruction, Hard Hat Harry's Real Life Helicopters For Kids, Mighty Machines - At the Fire Hall, Awesome Trains, Mighty Machines - In the City, Mighty Machines - At The Construction Site , There Goes an Airplane

set 10 vhs: Mighty Machines - Someday I'm Gonna Be... A Cowboy, Mighty Machines In The Harbour /, Watch Em Work:Kidstruction, Hard Hat Harry's Real Life Helicopters For Kids, Mighty Machines - At the Fire Hall, Awesome Trains, Mighty Machines - In the City, Mighty Machines - At The Construction Site , There Goes an Airplane Lowest new price: $299.99

Stone Fox [VHS]

Stone Fox [VHS] Lowest new price: $44.99
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A boy who refused to be beaten. A dog that refused to quit. A race that they could not afford to lose.

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Thomas Gets Tricked [VHS]

Thomas Gets Tricked [VHS] Lowest new price: $49.95
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Brand: Learning Curve

Peep! Peep! All aboard for trainloads of fun with thomas the tank engine & friends. See why gordon gives thomas a lesson he won't forget and how henry comes to the rescue when disaster strikes. Find out what happens when thomas gets a chance to pull heis vey own train...with unexpected results. So join in the fun and magic on the island of sodor with all your favorite friends!

From the Ringo Starr era (Ringo was eventually replaced by George Carlin as the train conductor), this program set on the island of Sodor features Thomas, Gordon, Edward, Percy, Toby, Annie, and Clarabell in "Thomas Saves the Day," "Thomas Gets Tricked," and "Edward Helps Out." This batch comprise good tales of cooperation, friendship, and loyalty, and the show's oddly dreamy if busy look is, as always, captivating for young viewers. --Tom Keogh


  • Approximately 40 minutes

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Saint Maybe [VHS]

Saint Maybe [VHS] Lowest new price: $31.96
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The Century-America's Time (Boxed Set) [VHS]

The Century-America's Time (Boxed Set) [VHS] Lowest new price: $19.90
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Covering the entire 20th century in one video series is an ambitious project, but one that Peter Jennings and ABC News are up to. In The Century: America's Time, a 12-part documentary on six videotapes that is a companion to the book of the same name, Jennings guides us through a century of technology and advancement like no other. As he says in his introduction to episode 1, "Seeds of Change," "Unlike previous centuries where leadership was defined by royalty and other rulers, the 20th century more than any other was shaped by the will and actions of the common man." The series is a sweeping presentation of the United States of the 1900s and tries to encompass a mind-boggling amount of history. And while at moments the videos may leave you longing for more, Jennings does an excellent job of creating smooth segues between disparate pieces.

The first episode, for instance, begins with the influx of immigrants at the turn of the century and touches on Jim Crow laws, moving pictures, planes, Henry Ford, the sinking of the USS Maine, child labor, suffragettes, the Panama Canal, imperialism, and more, right up to the beginning of World War I. The archival footage is stunning and interviews with historians, veterans, journalists, POWs, politicians, authors, celebrities, and common people help bring the past to life again. Mickey Spillane discusses the speakeasies of the 1920s; Dennis Hopper talks about Easy Rider in the '60s; Tom Wolfe reads from The Bonfire of the Vanities for the episode on the '80s. Eudora Welty, E.L. Doctorow, Martin Scorsese, John Updike, Pat Buchanan, Oliver Stone, Stephen E. Ambrose, among many others, lend their voices to this documentary. Yet, despite the great names, at times the pictures and people are allowed to speak for themselves, without intrusive narration--the stark images of the Challenger explosion or the sad words of a political activist mourning the death of his partner to AIDS are more powerful because of it. This chronological tale (with the exception of the last episode, "Then and Now," which is arranged thematically) is an insightful and poignant reminder of all the marvels--and tragedies--of America in the 20th century. --Jenny Brown

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Cops - Bad Girls [VHS]

Cops - Bad Girls [VHS] Lowest new price: $3.99
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From the producers of the hit Fox TV Series COPS comes a very unladylike assortment of feisty, foolish female suspects who prove they can be every bit as bad as the boys. Anything can happen when these girls go wild, but you'll get a first-hand look at how cops across the country tackle the fairer sex---using any means necessary. This is a hardcore law enforcement that'll keep you on the edge of your seat. BAD Girls is gritty, graphic, raw and real!

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Star Trek: Memories [VHS]

Star Trek: Memories [VHS] Lowest new price: $4.25
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Released in 1996, this straight-to-video effort focuses almost entirely on the classic Star Trek series, as told by the principal actors of Star Trek: Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, Nichelle Nichols, George Takei, and Walter Koenig. Shatner, of course, gets center stage, telling anecdotes about the way each of the roles was cast and why each actor was uniquely suited for his or her role. A great deal is also made (and rightly so) about what a breakthrough the show represented in its multicultural casting. Shatner, who also serves as host, repeats many of the same stories he used in his book, Star Trek Memories, as do his old cast mates. Indeed, this is one of several Star Trek retrospective tapes in which Nichols or someone else tells the story about her encounter with Martin Luther King Jr., at a point when she was considering quitting the show because her part seemed so inconsequential. --Marshall Fine

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