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New Adventures of Heidi
Katy Kurtzman (Dynasty) stars as a very animated Heidi who is unfairly separated from her loving grandfather (Burl Ives), and forced to live with a gaggle of despicable relatives in the Big Apple. Goodness prevails, but not before Heidi and her co-stars sing their way though ten delightful original songs.
Starring Burl Ives
(1978) Color 98 Minutes Unrated
The Medicine Man
Jack Benny portrays Dr. John Harvey, a traveling medicine show owner and the lead huckster of the group. Dr. Harvey and his show come to a small town where a young woman and her brother live with and work for an abusive father. Dr. Harvey puts aside his greedy nature and takes a genuine interest in the two siblings while falling in love with the young woman. About to be married off by her father to an elderly millionaire, the young woman desperately waits for the arrival of Dr. Harvey to take her from the ceremony.
Starring Jack Benny
(1930) B&W 66 Minutes Unrated
Disc 1, Side B
Disorder in the Court
The usual comic mayhem ensues when our irrepressible trio takes to the court as witnesses for their dancer friend who stands falsely accused of murder. The proceedings become anything but orderly when the stooges intervene, but in spite of that, they somehow manage to save the day and find the real culprit.
Starring Moe Howard
(1936) B&W 17 Minutes Unrated
Malice in the Palace
The Three Stooges, Moe, Larry and Shemp, are proprietors of a restaurant in a Middle Eastern country. After overhearing some of their patrons talking about the theft of a large diamond and the reward offered for its return, the boys decide to get the diamond. They sneak into the palace of the thief responsible for taking the diamond and attempt to frighten him into turning it over to them. Pratfalls and hi-jinks abound in this comedy featuring everyone’s favorite comedic trio.
Starring Moe Howard
(1949) B&W 16 Minutes Unrated
Disc 2, Side A
The Brideless Groom
Shemp is a lowly voice teacher who stands to inherit a fortune, but there’s a catch. To qualify for his inheritance, he must marry someone by six o’clock, but no girl wants to accept his proposal. Finally one of his extremely homely students accepts his hand in marriage, but when the rest of the prospective brides hear about his impending fortune they all show up at the ceremony and a free-for-all ensues.
Starring Moe Howard
(1947) B&W 17 Minutes Unrated
Let’s Get Tough!
At the start of World War II, The East End Kids want to help with the war effort but are turned down from joining the Army since they’re not 18 years old. Stinging from their enlistment denial, the gang sees a local Asian shopkeeper and another man arguing and they become curious as to what they’re up to. Later that evening, the gang returns to the shopkeeper’s place, find him stabbed to death and discover that their suspicions of him being a spy were incorrect, forcing them to find his killer.
Starring Leo Gorcey
(1942) B&W 55 Minutes Unrated
Disc 2, Side B
The Last Time I Saw Paris
A reporter covering the VE day celebration in Paris meets and falls in love with a beautiful girl. Married shortly after the war, the couple lives on his meager wage he earns as a news-wire reporter while he works on his novel. After giving up on his job and living for a while on his oil well earnings, the couple grows apart until a tragic event brings the man out of his self-destructive behavior.
Starring Elizabeth Taylor
(1954) Color 116 Minutes Unrated
This classic tale features our heroine coming to the home of Sir Rochester to act as his governess. Having grown up an orphan, Jane shows compassion for her charges and comes to care for the children as well as fall in love with Sir Rochester. After a shocking discovery drives the two apart and Jane into the arms of another man, a tragedy brings the two back together.
Starring Virginia Bruce
(1934) B&W 63 Minutes Unrated
Disc 3, Side A
A Star Is Born
Esther Blodgett is a naïve rural ingénue trying to break into the movies. While serving guests at a Hollywood party, she is “discovered” by alcoholic star Norman Maine who gives her a screen test, and ensnares her in the Hollywood star making machine. She foolishly weds her idol, Norman, but his star soon fades into darkness. The film captures the ruthless cynicism of the Hollywood apparatus.
Starring Janet Gaynor
(1937) Color 111 Minutes Unrated
Mahlon Keane (Robert Armstrong) is a mobster who befriends Rhoda Philbrooke (Carole Lombard) at a charity event and assists her in winning some money she intends for her ailing concert violinist friend. Keane promises to help promote the violinist’s comeback in exchange for Philbrooke’s hand in marriage. Complications arise for Philbrooke when the violinist, now recovered and preparing for his concert, professes his love for her on her wedding day.
Starring Carole Lombard
(1929) B&W 66 Minutes Unrated
Disc 3, Side B
Gulliver’s Travels (Animated)
Jonathan Swift’s legendary tale of shipwrecked Englishman Lemuel Gulliver in the land of Lilliput is brought to the big screen in this animated feature produced by Max and David Fleischer, famous for their Superman cartoons from the 1930’s and 1940’s. Marvel as castaway Gulliver discovers the tiny inhabitants of the kingdom of Lilliput and how he helps resolve the disagreement between them and their rivals in the kingdom of Blefuscu.
Starring Sam Parker
(1939) Color 77 Minutes Unrated
This early Shirley Temple short features her as the little sister tagging along with her older brother and his friend on a series of adventures. The story centers on Sonny (Frank Coghlan Jr.) and his best friend who set out for some fun and adventure before the friend is sent off to a military academy. Accompanied by Sonny’s little sister Mary Lou (Shirley Temple), the two boys investigate a haunted mansion and set off to find gold in the California desert.
Starring Shirley Temple
(1933) B&W 15 Minutes Unrated
Disc 4, Side A
The General (Silent)
In what many people consider his finest film; Buster Keaton portrays a Southern railroad engineer who’s as devoted to his train, The General, almost as much as he is to his girlfriend, Annabelle Lee (Marion Mack). After being refused enlistment due to his value as a train engineer, Johnnie (Buster Keaton) must support the Southern cause on the railroad while trying to convince his girlfriend he is not a coward for not fighting in the Civil War. When his train is stolen by Northern spies and Annabelle along with it, Johnnie tries everything to save his train and his girlfriend.
Starring Buster Keaton
(1927) B&W 107 Minutes Unrated
Singer John Davidson stars as Max Castle, a likeable con-artist who turns the tables on the corrupt head of a fund-raising organization. It seems the leader of the charity has been bilking its well-intentioned contributors in an effort to cover his large gambling debt. Once Castle discovers the true actions of the charity leader, he sets in motion a scam to expose his deeds and recover the money. Joann Van Ark of Knot’s Landing fame co-stars in this entertaining feature.
Starring John Davidson
(1975) Color 72 Minutes Unrated
Disc 4, Side B
Long John Silver’s Return to Treasure Island
Robert Louis Stevenson’s favorite pirate, Long John Silver, has his hands full in this adventure which takes place after the original trip to Treasure Island. Silver learns of a plan by his rival, Mendoza, to sail to Treasure Island in search for of its hidden wealth. Accompanied by his young friend Jim Hawkins, Silver and his crew head off to stop Mendoza and rescue the governor’s daughter from the clutches of the pirate.
Starring Robert Newton
(1954) Color 104 Minutes
The Scarlet Letter
At the end of the 17th century a headstrong, impoverished young society woman arrives in Boston where she weds an aging doctor. When she is swept into a tempestuous affair with the local Reverend, she ends up bearing a child out of wedlock. Because of her misdeed, she is forced to wear a scarlet letter “A” to bear her shame.
Starring Colleen Moore
(1934) B&W 70 Minutes Unrated
Disc 5, Side A
The Pride of Jesse Hallam
The legendary and inimitable Johnny Cash stars as Jesse Hallam, an impoverished and uneducated coal mine worker who is desperate to break free from his limitations. If he wants to get a job in the big city to take care of his ailing daughter, he must first learn to read. Brenda Vaccaro (Midnight Cowboy) and Eli Wallach (Mystic River) co-star in this inspirational feature.
Starring Johnny Cash
(1981) Color 97 Minutes Unrated
The Paleface (Silent)
Buster Keaton stars in this silent classic as an innocent butterfly collector who stumbles into the middle of a land dispute between some greedy oil men and the Native American tribe who occupies the land. When the tribe vows to kill the first “paleface” who enters their village, our butterfly collector is the unfortunate target.
Starring Buster Keaton
(1920) B&W 21 Minutes Unrated
That Gang of Mine
In spite of the ribbing he gets from the rest of the East End Kids, Mugs (Leo Gorcey) wants to become a jockey to impress his girl. Mugs seems to be in luck when a stablehand agrees to have him ride his thoroughbred horse in exchange for the gang raising the entrance fee for an upcoming race. Thinks get a little complicated when Mugs loses his jockey position to another more qualified rider.
Starring Leo Gorcey
(1940) B&W 60 Minutes Unrated
Disc 5, Side B
The Son of Monte Cristo
A small Balkan country is in the grips of a cruel despot, Count Gurko Lanen (George Sanders), who has taken over the throne from the rightful ruler, Grand Duchess Zona (Joan Bennett). The visiting Count of Monte Cristo (Louis Hayward), acting as an epicene dandy banker, works to help the Grand Duchess is her cause by becoming a masked avenger who battles the Count’s forces for the good of the people.
Starring Louis Hayward
(1940) B&W 102 Minutes Unrated
Captain Kidd (Charles Laughton) convinces the King to grant him a commission to escort a treasure-laden ship from India back to England. The treacherous captain intends to take the treasure for himself and recruits for the voyage some of his most trusted hands. Kidd wasn’t expecting to have an “honest” man on board in the form of Adam Mercy (Randolph Scott) or a female passenger in the form of Lady Ann Falconer (Barbara Britton).
Starring Randolph Scott
(1945) B&W 89 Minutes Unrated
Disc 6, Side A
The Time of Your Life
The movie version of William Saroyan's Pulitzer prize winning play about the various characters who populate Nick's Saloon, Restaurant and Entertainment Palace, which is actually a waterfront dive.
Starring James Cagney
(1948) B&W 101 Minutes Unrated
A Farewell to Arms
This is the first screen adaptation of the classic Ernest Hemingway novel. Screen legends Gary Cooper and Helen Hayes portray Lt. Henry, the officer, and Catherine, the nurse, who find true love amidst the horror of World War I. Trying to stop our young lovers is Adolph Menjou as Major Rinaldi, the man jealous of the love between the young lieutenant and the English Red Cross nurse. This touching tale demonstrates that in spite of the miles between them and the obstacles in their way, love does find a way of uniting people.
Starring Gary Cooper
(1932) B&W 79 Minutes Unrated
Disc 6, Side B
The Scarlet Pimpernel
Sir Percy Blakeney (Leslie Howard) is an English aristocrat leading a double life, by day he’s an effete aristocrat and by night he’s the Scarlet Pimpernel, rescuing French nobles from the clutches of the French revolution under Robespierre's Reign of Terror. Not even his wife suspects that Blakeney is the Scarlet Pimpernel and his cause strikes close to home when his brother-in-law, a French nobleman, is taken by the French revolutionaries and sentenced to death by guillotine.
Starring Leslie Howard
(1934) B&W 97 Minutes Unrated
The Black Pirate
Douglas Fairbanks portrays the son of a man murdered by pirates who vows revenge for their actions. Joining up with the very band of pirates that was responsible for his father’s death, our hero soon ingrains himself with the rogues by proving himself valuable to the crew when he captures a merchant single-handedly. His plans for revenge become complicated when he must protect a woman found aboard the pirate’s most recent captured ship.
Starring Douglas Fairbanks
(1926) B&W 83 Minutes Unrated
Disc 7, Side A
Little Lord Fauntleroy
This film features Freddie Bartholomew in the title role of Little Lord Fauntleroy, a Brooklyn boy who can handle himself well with the neighborhood kids and son to a widowed mother (Dolores Costello-Barrymore). When it’s discovered that he is the rightful heir to his English father’s fortune and title, our hero is sent off to England to meet up with his grandfather, a strict man with a distain for Americans. Eventually, the boy wins over the heart of his grandfather and is able to fend off the efforts of a false claimant on his title, with the help of his American friend (Mickey Rooney).
Starring Freddie Bartholomew
(1936) B&W 98 Minutes Unrated
Vladimir Dubrovsky (Rudolph Valentino) is a Cossack who is the favorite of Russian Czarina Catherine the Great (Louise Dresser), but rejects the notion of becoming a consort of the Czarina. He learns that his family’s lands have been taken from them and his father has been killed. Donning a disguise, Dubrovsky sets out to punish the man responsible for his father’s death and retrieve his family’s lands. Dubrovsky finds that his quest for revenge becomes complicated when he falls in love with the daughter of the man who killed his father.
Starring Rudolph Valentino
(1925) B&W 91 Minutes Unrated
Disc 7, Side B
The Great Dan Patch
David Palmer (Dennis O’Keefe), a chemist by trade, stumbles across what had appeared to be an ordinary horse but turns out to be the greatest trotter in history, Dan Patch. While his financial success with the horse is great, Palmer’s personal life is a wreck due to his marriage to a woman with no interest in his business. Palmer eventually finds love where it’s been all along, the daughter of Dan Patch’s trainer.
Starring Dennis O’Keefe
(1949) B&W 96 Minutes Unrated
My Dear Secretary
A best-selling novelist hires a new secretary, an aspiring writer herself, to work for him out of his apartment. He soon discovers she is not your typical secretary and she discovers that he is not the boss she was expecting. Disappointed in his immaturity, she quits her job in spite of the fact that she is attracted to him, just as he is to her. Hoping to win her back, the novelist looks to change his ways, but can he truly give up his playboy antics?
Starring Kirk Douglas
(1949) B&W 95 Minutes Unrated
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