Apparel & AccessoriesBooksClassical MusicDVDElectronics & PhotoGourmet Food and GroceriesHealth & Personal CareHome & GardenIndustrial & ScientificKitchen
Popular MusicMusical InstrumentsOutdoor LivingComputer HardwareComputer SoftwareSporting GoodsToolsToys and GamesVHS VideoVideo Games


Browse by Catagory:

VHS Video


Stephen Hawking's Universe (Set)

Stephen Hawking's Universe (Set) Lowest new price: $6.95
Lowest used price: $4.95
Brand: Turner Home Entertainment - Warner Home Video

vhs format

Master Poets Collection 6: Romantics [VHS]

Master Poets Collection 6: Romantics [VHS] Lowest new price: $49.95

The O. J. Simpson Story [VHS]

The O. J. Simpson Story [VHS] Lowest new price: $99.99
Lowest used price: $33.20
List price: $29.98

Former Rental in Very Good Condition. VHS Tape!!

The Cartoons of Bob Godfrey [VHS]

The Cartoons of Bob Godfrey [VHS] Lowest new price: $44.00
Lowest used price: $22.96
List price: $44.00

The Divided Union: The Story of the American Civil War [3 VHS Video Box Set] [VHS Tape] [1998]

The Divided Union: The Story of the American Civil War [3 VHS Video Box Set] [VHS Tape] [1998] Lowest new price: $4.89
Lowest used price: $3.88

(3 VHS Videos) Comprehensive series on the causes and events of the Civil War, based on the TV series. The Divided Union: The Story of the American Civil War. Includes Viewer's guide w/ maps. VOL. 1: SUMTER AND SHILOH. The legendary Southern way of life - magnificent plantations, fields of cotton...and slaves - is challenged with words and with guns. The election of Abraham Lincoln finally drives Southern states to secession. When Southern rebels fire upon Fort Sumter, suddenly America is at war with herself. VOL 2: BLOODY STALEMATE. Brother against brother, neighbor against neighbor. Men are recruited, troops march, battles are fought, the luckless die. But a clear cut victory continues to elude both sides. The Battle of Antietam takes place on Sept 17, 1862, it is the bloodiest day of the entire war. VOL. 3: CLIMAX AT APPOMATTOX. Northern troops start closing in on the war weary Southerners, whose cities have been razed, farms plundered, and morale all but destroyed. Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant sit down at Appomattox Court House to work out the terms of surrender.

Kathy Ireland: Reach [VHS]

Kathy Ireland: Reach [VHS] Lowest new price: $11.72
Lowest used price: $0.32
List price: $11.72

Flexibility, breathing techniques, posture, resistance training and abdominal strengthening are the special focus of Kathy Ireland's second fitness program.

Similar Products:

Spanish Civil War [VHS]

Spanish Civil War [VHS] Lowest new price: $189.99
Lowest used price: $174.99
Brand: Granada Video

This is a documentary about the Spanish Civil War.

Similar Products:

Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse [VHS]

Hearts of Darkness:  A Filmmaker's Apocalypse [VHS] Lowest new price: $14.99
Lowest used price: $6.95

Hearts of Darkness is an engrossing, unwavering look back at Francis Coppola's chaotic, catastrophe-plagued Vietnam production, Apocalypse Now. Filled with juicy gossip and a wonderful behind-the-scenes look at the stressful world of moviemaking, the documentary mixes on-location home movies shot in the Philippines by Eleanor Coppola, the director's wife, with revealing interviews with the cast and crew, shot 10 years later. Similar to Burden of Dreams, Les Blank's absorbing portrait of Werner Herzog's struggle to make Fitzcarraldo, the film chronicles Coppola's eventual decent into obsessive psychosis as everything that could go wrong does go wrong. Storms destroy sets, money evaporates, the Philippine government continually harasses the director, Coppola has romantic affairs, and he can't write the story's ending. Everything is captured on film. In the most disturbing scene, we watch Martin Sheen have a drunken nervous breakdown while his director goads him on (he eventually suffered a heart attack, but finished the film).

Other incredible footage is not visual, but aural as the film includes tapes Eleanor Coppola recorded without Francis's knowledge. In them, he truly sounds like a madman as he confesses his fears about making a bomb of a movie. But while Hearts of Darkness is an amazing, voyeuristic experience, its importance lies in the personal reflections offered by those involved. Sheen, Coppola, and Dennis Hopper speak frankly without embarrassment, offering us an essential piece of film history. --Dave McCoy

Four Days in November [VHS]

Four Days in November [VHS] Lowest new price: $19.99
Lowest used price: $38.79
List price: $14.95
Brand: United Artists

VHS tape

In 1964, superstar producer David Wolper entrusted a then-fledgling director named Mel Stuart with the first documentary about the year-old assassination of John F. Kennedy. Stuart went on to a successful, diverse career, interspersing such popular feature films as If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory with an array of interesting nonfiction work, including The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, Wattstax, and the moving The Unfinished Journey of Robert F. Kennedy. But with Four Days in November, he and Wolper paved the way for a certain modernity in the look and feel of a thoroughly researched documentary about a painful subject. Much of the film is compiled from television kinescopes of live TV coverage in Dallas on that fateful day, ordered in such a way as to offer viewers who lived through the events a sense of perspective, clarification, and perhaps closure. The myriad conspiracy theories that immediately appeared in the wake of Kennedy's death (not to mention Jack Ruby's murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, footage of which is included here) are examined and dismissed, though in fairness much, much else has been discovered since then to keep suspicions alive. The most fascinating and unexpected sequence, perhaps, is a clip from David Frost's old comedy show on British television, That Was the Week That Was, in which Frost, actor Roy Kinnear (Willy Wonka, interestingly enough), and others talk about their personal feelings regarding Kennedy. --Tom Keogh


  • Original movie in 1964
  • VHS released in 2000
  • Sealed
  • runtime 2 hours
  • Black and White

Similar Products:

Biography: Joseph Kennedy Sr. Father of an American Dynasty [VHS]

Biography: Joseph Kennedy Sr. Father of an American Dynasty [VHS] Lowest used price: $14.96

His parents were determined that he rise above the level of the "saloon- keeping" Irish. He succeeded beyond their wildest dreams. Joseph Kennedy, Sr.'s life was a controversial saga of influence and alleged impropriety, public victories and private setbacks. But above all, it was a life marked by drive and fierce devotion. BIOGRAPHY uses rare footage, period accounts, personal records and the memories of family members to trace the life of the man who fathered America's foremost political dynasty. Discover the brilliant business deals that made him a millionaire, and explore the allegations of his involvement in less-than-legal activities. See how he rose to political prominence as the first Irish-American ambassador to Great Britain, and how his behind-the-scenes influence contributed to the political successes of his sons. JOSEPH KENNEDY, SR. is a revealing chronicle of a uniquely American life and a legacy that continues to this day.

<< Prev   Next >>
Page 3 of 1532

[Kindle]    [Kindle DX]
  Privacy Policy