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  • Thunder Bay on DVD
    on Dec 26, 2008
    Local shrimpers clash with big-business oilmen in postwar Louisiana when James Stewart's hard-headed, compulsive ex-Navy engineer begins constructing an off-shore oilrig. Then he gets interested nterested in shrimp-boat captain Rigaud's two love
  • On the Waterfront on DVD
    on Dec 26, 2008
    Ex-boxer Terry Malloy Marlon Brando becomes involved in corrupt dockside politics through his lawyer brother Charley Rod Steiger, who works for gangster union boss Johnny Friendly Lee J. Cobb. When Terry witnesses the murder of a union worker by John...
  • Room at the Top on DVD
    on Dec 26, 2008
    Set in the socially restrictive climate of 1950s Yorkshire, Jack Clayton's Room at the Top, which chronicled Joe Lampton's odyssey to make good by impregnating a rich girl, thereby gaining access to her class and status, was groundbreaking cinem
  • Where No Vultures Fly on DVD
    on Dec 26, 2008
    Breathlessly advertised as a "Terrifying Adventure! Actually Filmed in the Heart of Darkest Africa...The World's Most Dangerous and Unknown Land!" this African adventure about a well-intentioned white game-warden protecting East African ani
  • Out of the Clouds on DVD
    on Dec 26, 2008
    A Ealing portmanteau drama following the lives and loves of crew and passengers during a busy day at London Airport now Heathrow circa 1955, where thick fog has caused delays. Not least of the film's charms is its evocation of a more polite and gente
  • The 39 StepsSabotage on DVD
    on Dec 19, 2008
    Pairing of classic Alfred Hitchcock films. Features The 39 Steps, in which Richard Hannay falls prey to a caper which teeters playfully on the edge of harm and hilarity, and Sabotage, a thriller based on the novel 'The Secret Agent' by Joseph Co
  • Charro! on DVD
    on Dec 19, 2008
    Elvis Presley vehicle, this time with our hero as an outlaw naturally, who now wants to go straight. Trouble is his inconsiderate buddies won't let him, and if that wasn't enough they also want the cannon he's supposed to have stolen from t
  • The Stranger on DVD
    on Dec 12, 2008
    The chilling tale of a postwar Nazi hunt that gave Orson Welles his first chance to direct in four years following Citizen Kane. Welles responded to the challenge by bringing the film in on time and within budget. It was his biggest commercial succes...
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