Feature Films

Dead Men Walk (1943)

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Lady Frankenstein (1971)

(Note: Incomplete 83 minute version) A new twist on Mary Shelleys classic horror story, Lady Frankenstein tantalizes and titillates with a wicked blend of sexy encounters and monster movie fun. Certainly the original Frankenstein contained a great deal of erotic overtones, but Lady Frankenstein and its star, the ravishing Sara Bay, take these themes and […]

Dogs of War (1923)

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Phantom Cowboy (1935)

Phantom Cowboy is a delightfully campy western adventure. Ted Wells stars as Bill Collins, a regular Joe cowboy who startlingly encounters a man who looks exactly like him committing crimes! Not only that, but another fearsome criminal is at war with the bizarre double, and cant tell him apart from Wells. Made by the infamously […]

Dishonored Lady (1947)

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Phantom of the Range (1936)

The clean cut and fetching cowboy hero Tom Tyler stars as upstart rancher Jerry Lane in Phantom of the Range. Breathtaking western scenery clothes this dynamic and exciting film, which boasts a stoic and authentic leading man, as well as a strong supporting cast. Tyler comes to a small town looking to start a new […]

Disorder in the Court (1936)

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Phantom Patrol (1936)

Shot in beautiful the beautiful Canadian Wilderness, Phantom Patrol is another chapter in the adventures of Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer Jim McGregor (Kermit Maynard). The villainous crime syndicate ringleader Dapper Dan Geary is hiding out in the vacation home of a writer that he precisely resembles. While Geary tries his hand at mystery writing, […]

Dixie Jamboree (1944)

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Daughter of Horror (1955)

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Power Dive (1941)

Power Dive soars through the sky with romance and aerial feats. Centering on test pilots of new aeronautical technology, the story follows two aviator brothers. Both are vying for the affections of one girl, the sensuous Jean Parker (Little Women). The film was produced by the fledgling Pine-Thomas Productions, who managed to piece together a […]

Danger Lights (1930)

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Classic Western Movies: Prairie Pals (1942)

Part of the Frontier Marshal Series, Prairie Pals merges western action with mad science fun. When Dr Wainwright (J. Merrill Holmes) develops a method to convert Vanadium into gold, he quickly disappears. The Frontier Marshals send out two of their best men to infiltrate a gang they suspect are behind the disappearance. The Marshals are […]

Dangerous Passage (1944)

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Prison Mutiny (1943)

Vintage stilted crime drama at its best, Prison Mutiny is the sordid story of Johnny Gray (Edward Norris) who is wrongfully imprisoned. Gray is just a normal sociable guy with a few minor law infractions in the course of his busy life. All this changes when Grays car is stolen and used for a holdup! […]

Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome (1947)

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Prison Shadows (1936)

Prison Shadows is a funny, hodgepodge old boxer movie that has all the elements of ridiculousness which fans of old film cant get enough of. Gene Harris goes to prison for killing his opponent in the ring, though he doesnt understand how it happened. Out on parole, his shady manager advertises him as Killer Harris, […]

Dawn of the Great Divide (1942)

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Dick Tracy’s Dilemma (1947)

Doomed to Die (1940)

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Delightfully Dangerous (1945)

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Daydreams (1922)

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Rogue Of The Range (1936)

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The Red Blood of Courage (1935)

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Police Rookie (1940)

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Trail Riders (1942)

The Range Busters were one of Hollywoods most recognizable cowboy trios. Trail Riders, however, is not your average Range Busters picture as Ray crash Corrigan, the leader, is absent. The starring role goes to Dusty King (John King), unsurprisingly not to comic relief laughman Alibi Terhune (Max Terhune). Davy Sharpe (played by David Sharpe) joins […]

Penny Serenade (1941)

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Windjammer (1937)

Windjammer is an adventurous drama on the high seas of the pacific. Starring the dashing George the Chest OBrien, the fun begins as OBrien must pose as a playboy in order to board a high society yacht. His real motive is to serve a subpoena to the wealthy Brandon Evans (the Commondore). The affluent boating […]

New Adventures of Tarzan (1935)

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Women In the Night (1948)

Women in the Night is a dramatic exposé of the treatment that women received throughout Nazi controlled territories during World War II. In Shanghai, the Nazis have taken over and rounded up women of all different ethnicities and backgrounds. They plan to use the women as comfort girls to entertain the local Japanese fascist leaders. […]

Police Patrol (1933)

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Wrong Road (1937)

The Wrong Road is the story of a young married couple that decided to take a short cut in life, actually a big cut: $100,000 in embezzled money! Veteran crime drama actors Richard Cromwell and Helen Mack take you on a journey through white collar crime during the depression. The two young lovers steal the […]

The Panther’s Claw (1942)

X Marks the Spot (1942)

In the Hollywood tradition of hard boiled cops and shady gangsters, X Marks the Spot is a rollercoaster of action and suspense. Set during World War II, rubber racketeers were wreaking havoc in California. When his father is insidiously gunned down, Private Eye Eddie Delaney (Damian OFlynn) must confront the criminals and bring them to […]

My Favorite Brunette (1947)

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Yanks Are Coming (1942)

The Yanks Are Coming is a cheerful story about a popular music big band that travels to the front in order to entertain the army. Classic composers Sidney Clare and Lew Pollack create a sonic sensation throughout the picture. Initially dazzling with a wonderful blend of patriotic songs and classic forties pop, the dancing and […]

Mud and Sand (1922)

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The Amazing Adventure (1937)

Cary Grant is one of the greatest leading men of all time. Here in The Amazing Adventure, fans get a look at an already dashing Grant in his youth. Grant steals ever scene as Ernest Bliss, a wealthy playboy. Though extremely rich, Grant is bored. He has no goals or ambition. While discussing the problem […]

Meet the Boyfriend (1937)

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White Zombie (1932)

The infamous b-horror movie star Bela Lugosi (Plan 9 from Outer Space) stars in the first zombie movie ever made! Fans of modern zombie movies will not want to miss how it all started. Lugosi, better known for his sinister portrayal of Count Dracula, plays a Haitian witch doctor with the power to animate the […]

Meet John Doe (1941)

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The Battle of San Pietro (1945)

The Battle of San Pietro (1945) is such a shocking, frank, and powerful war documentary that the US Army refused to show it! Master director John Hustons actual footage of one of the most grueling and horrendous battles in all of World War II is nothing short of harrowing. The actual Battle of San Pietro, […]

Machine Gun Mama (1944)

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Undercover Agent (1939)

Undercover Agent, starring Russell Gleason and the beautiful Shirley Deane, is a delightful comedic mystery story thats evocative of the lawless west at the tail end of the Depression. Gangsters who operate a betting parlour get antsy when business goes bad. Deciding to start selling counterfeit lottery tickets. While the towns innocents are being hoodwinked, […]

Loser’s End (1934)

Underground Rustlers (1941)

The Range Busters are a gang of vigilante do-gooders that uphold the law in lawless California during the gold rush in the nineteenth century. The nineteen forties western classic film Underground Rustlers pits the Busters against a clever group of thieves that have developed a system of tunnels to move stolen gold through. The Range […]

Lil’ Abner (1940)

Unfinished Task (1960)

Unfinished Task, also known as Ill Give My Life, is a touching and important story about faith, love, and the big choices in life. A son decides to forgo fame and fortune in order to fully embrace his Christian beliefs by joining a seminary. This is much to the chagrin of his wealthy father. Their […]

Escape By Night (1937)

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Voyage of the Planet of PreHistoric Women (1967)

A drive-in movie delight, Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women is a sexier and more wonderfully ridiculous sequel to Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet. Throw the plot out the window and bring on the monsters and seductive alien women! Some spectacularly freaky ideas punctuate this sixties sci-fi romp: telepathic powers that cause volcanos […]

Devil Riders (1943)

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War Dogs (1942)

A dramatic World War II feature that overflows with propaganda, War Dogs is an American story about a boy and his dog in wartime. Though the movie was intended to encourage dog donations to the Dogs for Defense, it became a commercial success with winning performances from both the actors and their furry companions. Little […]

Dude Bandit (1933)

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Waterfront (1944)

Nazi spies have invaded San Franscisco in Waterfront, a classic war drama! This classic war film is most notable for its depiction of Nazis in a more realistic way than one dimensional mustache twirling caricatures. The villains are played by scene stealers John Carradine and J. Carol Naish who entertain with every moment they share […]

Dr. Christian Meets The Women (1940)

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West of the Divide (1934)

John Wayne is an undisputed American icon, but fans have seen little of early starting roles. Here in West of the Divide, a young Wayne is showcased brilliantly. All the essential western pieces are at work here, including villainous crooks, beautiful damsels, and gun shooting action. Where West of the Divide differs is in its […]

Double Exposure (1944)

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The Flying Deuces (1939)

The sensational comedy duo of Laurel and Hardy were international movie megastars. Here in The Flying Deuces, the comic pair decided to join the Foreign Legion to forget their troubled lives back home. Unfortunately, they find doing laundry in a desert for a surly sergeant not as appealing as theyd hoped! After going AWOL, the […]

High Gear (1933)

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Ambush Valley (1936)

Bob Custer plays Bruce Manning, the town marshal who gets caught in the middle of a dispute over land rights between a new group of homesteaders and the Morgan family, the ranchers who traditionally grazed their cattle on the land. When Mannings fiancees brother, Clay Morgan, shoots one of the homesteaders who are trying to […]

His First Flame (1927)

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American Empire (1942)

Two friends, Dan Taylor and Paxton Bryce, are hired to move a herd of cattle but are cheated out of their rightful pay by the disingenuous owner, played by Leo Carrillo. So, they take the cattle for themselves and move out west to establish their own ranch, taking with them Dans sister Abby, who later […]

Phantom of Chinatown (1940)

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Angel on My Shoulder (1946)

A murdered gangster, Eddie Kugel played by Paul Muni, is sent to Hell, which is presided over by Claude Rains Satan. After a few escape attempts, Eddie is told by Satan that if he will inhabit the body of a good judge back on earth and start blocking justice from being served, he can win […]

Hollywood and Vine (1945)

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Arizona Days (1928)

Tex Ritter was an early pioneer of country music who decided to take his act to the silver screen. This 4 DVD Tex Ritter Set is a fine assemblage of enchanting Tex Ritter entertainment. A tremendous showman who put his music before himself, Ritter was an enormously popular country music star whose fame translated well […]

Honor of the Range (1934)

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Atom Age Vampire (1961)

Atom Age Vampire is an Italian-made production also known as Seddock, LEreda de Satana. In it, a young and beautiful exotic dancer is disfigured in a car accident. A mad doctor uses a new treatment to restore her beauty; however, one of the side effects of the treatment is that she periodically becomes a monster. […]

Hoosier Schoolboy (1937)

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Attack of the Giant Leeches (1959)

This low budget classic features a small town near a swamp being terrorized by huge, cave-dwelling leech creatures. The leeches are first spotted by the less than reliable witness, Lem, a drunken trapper. No one believes him, even after he is later found dying with sucker wounds all over his body. In another plotline, husband […]

Horace Takes Over (1942)

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The Electric House (1922)

Buster Keaton, vintage cinemas first slapstick comedy hero, indulges in his love of machines in the riotous comedy The Electric House. Every Keaton film is scrumptiously entertaining for different reasons; and The Electric House is, thankfully, no different. Keaton plays a college student who, through a mix up, graduates with an engineering degree. With the […]

I Killed Wild Bill Hickok (1956)

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Western Mail (1942)

Western Mail is rugged and savory western movie fair. Tom Keene was one of Monogram Pictures biggest stars and Western Mail was the last of a string of popular cowboy movies. A twist on the classic straight forward cowboy hero, Keene was known for going undercover and posturing as one of the bad guys. Keene […]

Impact (1949)

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Bank Alarm (1937)

Bank Alarm was the last installment in a group of four movies featuring the male and female team of federal agents Alan OConnor and Bobbie Reynolds. This time, the two agents are pursuing a gang of ruthless bank robbers. Using the clues left them by the robbers, counterfeit bills and dead bodies, OConnor and Reynolds […]

Indestructible Man (1955)

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Barefoot Boy (1938)

The Barefoot Boy was inspired by the poem by John Greenleaf Whittier, and was meant to evoke the simple joys and motivations of all-American country folk to an audience of families. The title character, Billy Whittaker, is just such a person, with just such a girlfriend, in the beginning of the film. Soon, however, his […]

Inner Sanctum (1948)

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Beat the Devil (1953)

This lesser known Humphrey Bogart film was directed by John Huston, who also directed Bogart in both The African Queen and The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. In Beat the Devil, Bogart is part of a group of criminal opportunists who travel to Africa to exploit the uranium that has recently been discovered there. On […]

Invisible Ghost (1941)

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Beneath the 12-Mile Reef (1953)

This movies biggest draw in the time it was made was the fact that it was set largely underwater and was shot in the panoramic Cinemascope. One of the taglines even brags that it can be watched without the aid of special glasses. The plot is the story of a Greek father and son diving […]

Great Gabbo (1929)

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Trouble At Melody Mesa (1949)

Trouble at Melody Mesa is a comedic western that was made mostly to showcase country western musical performers Cal Shrum and other popular musicians of the ninetine forties. The amusingly campy plot is overrun with the funny caricatures, but the real entertainment comes from the musical escapades. Cal Shrum and the Rhythm Rangers are the […]

Classic Marijuana Propaganda Film: Reefer Madness (1938)

The most infamous anti-drug film ever made, Reefer Madness is a one of the most celebrated vintage films in history. Taking campy cult classic to the highest possible level, this is the film where marijuana smokers end up in insane asylums. But in the beginning, its a story about happy-go-lucky youngsters just out to have […]

Escape to Paradise (1939)

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Arizona Kid (1939)

Roy Rogers plays a Union captain charged with the job of catching a band of renegade confederate soldiers who are victimizing a group of settlers in Missouri. Gabby Hayes plays his sidekick. Together, they fight the confederate thugs, and Roy Rogers is grievously wounded. One of the confederates, an old friend of Roys named Dave, […]

Fatal Glass of Beer (1933)

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What Becomes Of The Children (1936)

The title What Becomes of the Children? might lead you to believe that this film is merely a precursor to future after school television specials. Taking a much broader perspective than this, this movie is an extremely relevant look at the pervasive moral and social concerns in the early twentieth century. The Worthingtons, a wealthy […]

Devil Diamond (1937)

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The Big Show-Off (1945)

A pianist at the Blue Heaven Nightclub falls for the beautiful singer that he works with but is too shy to do anything about it. So the nightclub owner tells the singer, June, that the pianist, played by Arthur Lake of Blondie movie fame, is really a masked wrestler called The Devil to impress her. […]

Fighting Deputy (1937)

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Tomorrow’s Youth (1935)

Flight to Nowhere (1946)

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The Town Went Wild (1944)

The Town Went Wild is both a rousing romantic comedy and a dark drama. British child superstar (grown up in this film) Freddie Bartholomew (Anna Karenina) stars in this boisterous tale of love trapped between feuding neighbors, in a cross between Romeo and Juliet and the Honeymooners. David Conway (Bartholomew) is in love with Marian […]

The Gorilla (1939)

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White Pongo (1945)

Is the White Pongo the missing link, or merely a giant white ape that terrorizes helpless beautiful young ladies? Scientists seek to answer this question in this campy jungle romp. Their expedition to the Congo, seeking the mysterious ape, proceeds pleasantly enough until its discovered that the guide is a wanted killer. Seeking to flee, […]

Flesh and the Spur (1957)

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With the Marines at Tarawa (1943)

A rare look at the true underbelly of combat, With the Marines at Tarawa is a documentary shot firsthand by Louis Hayward, a Marine stationed in the Pacific during World War II. The footage is real and graphic; the accompanying narration overviews the serious and brutal reality of war at its purest. The succession of […]

Gunsmoke Ranch (1937)

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White Fawn’s Devotion (1910)

Fit for a King (1937)

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Who Killed Doc Robbin (1948)

This madcap comedy features laughs, gags, and an ill-tempered gorilla! The movie begins with an exploding lab, causing evil Doc Robbin (George Zucco) to disappear. When Robbins gentle old lab assistant is wrongfully accused of the scientists murder, its up to a motley gang of children to clear his name. Lead by Curly (Larry Olsen), […]

The Drifter (1932)

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Fighting Men (1953)

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Guns of the Law (1944)

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Go Get’em Haines (1936)

Killer Dill (1947)

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I’ll Name The Murderer (1936)

House of Secrets (1936)

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Classic Robinson Crusoe Film (1927)

M.A. Wetherell wrote, directed and starred in this 1927 silent film. This is a rare DVD copy of this vintage movie. Wetherell (who later created extreme publicity over Loch Ness Monster photos in the 1930s) plays Robinson Crusoe, the hero of Daniel Defoes 1719 novel about a shipwrecked English sailor who, by virtue of his […]

Hoosier Schoolmaster (1935)

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Hook Line and Sinker (1930)

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Heroes in Blue (1939)

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His Double Life (1933)

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Here’s Flash Casey (1938)

The Ghost Walks (1934)

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Ghost Patrol (1936)

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Gangsters of the Frontier (1944)

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Gangster Story (1960)

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Pilot X (1936)

Pilot X (Death in the Air) (1936) 69 minutes – Planes are being shot down by a large black plane with a large X painted on the wing. The chief suspects are invited for the weekend to an old dark mansion. Included Films:

Desirable Lady (1944)

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Youth On Parole (1937)

Youth on Parole is a touchstone light drama of the nineteen thirties. Jam-packed with romance, mystery, and fun, a wrongfully accused couple must prove their innocence by catching the real crooks! Starring the sexy starlets Marian Marsh (Hells Angels) along with leading man Gordon Oliver, the adventure moves swiftly from prison to parole to chic […]

Doll Face (1945)

Doll Face (1945) 80 minutes – Burlesque queen Doll Face Carroll is dismissed from an audition for a legitimate Broadway show because she lacks culture. Her boss/manager Mike decides that she can get both culture and plenty of publicity by writing her autobiography. He hires a ghost writer to do all the work, but doesnt […]

Love Island (1950)

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Won In The Clouds (1928)

Won in the Clouds is a classic movie from the silent film era. This1920s feature is action-packed. The death-defying aerial tricks and stunts by the famous pilot Al Wilson are on full display. Wilson plays himself and launches to the rescue as a beautiful heroine (Helen Foster) is kidnapped. There are villains, brawls, and stunning […]

The Bigamist (1953)

The Bigamist (1953) 80 minutes – Harry and Eve Graham are trying to adopt a baby. The head of the agency senses Harry is keeping a secret and does some investigating. He soon discovers Harry has done an unusual amount of traveling from his home in San Francisco to Los Angeles. Harry gets tracked down […]

The Mysterious Mr. Wong (1935)

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Trigger Pals (1939)

Part of the popular run of cowboy trio western films, Trigger Pals charmingly bounds across the old western California countryside. The heroes – Lucky, Stormy, and Fuzzy – must ride their horses to the rescue of the Allen Ranch owners from a band of rustlers, headed by the sinister Harvey Kent (Ted Adams). The best […]

Vintage Boxing Film

Rip Roarin Buckaroo (1936) 54 minutes – Fighter Scotty McQuade (Tom Tyler), contender for the light-heavyweight championship of the Pacific Coast, after being duped by his manager Ted Todd (Theodore Lorch) and fight-promoter Lew Slater (Forrest Taylor), is disgusted with the fight game and decides to go back to punching cattle. He gets a job […]

His Brother’s Ghost (1945)

Under The Big Top (1938)

With expert movie craftsman Karl Brown at the helm, Under the Big Top is one of the greatest cinematic displays of acrobatics in the history of movie making. Penny (Anne Nagel) is the star trapeze artist in the biggest circus in America. Traveling with her loving, though overbearing, mother, Penny is flying high. She then […]

Vintage Musical Film

Follow Your Heart (1936) 82 minutes – An eccentric musical family is kept in order by a talented daughter with modest ambitions. Interesting dancing and soaring songs set the stage for this classic feature film. Included Films:

Desert Escape (1940)

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Thru Traffic (1930s)

Thru Traffic is an amusing example of auto-sponsorship films in the1930s. Produced (as the film will let you know) by Perfect Circle Auto Parts and Warner Brothers, Thru Traffic is also a rousing drama involving political corruption and racecar drivers. Unintentionally and frequently comedic, the heroes in Thru Traffic are the mechanics that work for […]

Vintage Western Gunslinger Film

Phantom Thunderbolt (1933) 63 minutes – Red Mathews and his gang are out to stop the railroad from coming to Coyote Gulch. When gunslinger Thunderbolt arrives in town, Banker Wingate tries to get him to take the job of kicking the gang out of town. Thunderbolt accepts and, in true Western style, chaos and shoot […]

Thirteenth Guest (1932)

The Thirteenth Guest is a richly complex mystery thriller from the 1930s. Starring the Hollywood heartthrob Ginger Rogers, The Thirteenth Guest divulges the enigmatic plots surrounding an unsolved murder at a dinner party thirteen years prior. The murdered man was the wealthy owner of a creaky mansion, and the party at his home was supposed […]

Sherlock Holmes Detective Suspense DVD: Dressed To Kill (1946)

Sherlock Holmes in Dressed To Kill (1946) 72 minutes – A convicted thief in Dartmoor prison hides the location of the stolen Bank of England printing plates inside three music boxes. When the innocent purchasers of the boxes start to be murdered, Holmes and Watson investigate. Included Films:

They Raid By Night (1942)

The doughty Lyle Talbot stars as the captain of a trio of commandos in They Raid by Night. Talbot and his team must accomplish several daring missions in Europe during the height of World War II. The Nazis are ever present and threaten the Commandos both openly and with spies. But the real danger comes […]

The Big Trees (1952)

The Big Trees (1952) 89 minutes – In 1900, unscrupulous timber baron Jim Fallon plans to take advantage of a new law and make millions off California redwood. Much of the land he hopes to grab has been homesteaded by a Quaker colony, who try to persuade him to spare the giant sequoias…but these are […]

They Never Come Back (1932)

They Never Come Back is a hard hitting dramatic story about a boxer with true heart. Its also an exploration of the seedy underbelly of 1930s America, from the bloody boxing ring to the shady cabaret. Regis Toomey plays a fighter who tragically loses his mother and then breaks his arm in a fight that […]

Vintage East Side Kids Film

Lets Get Tough (1942) 62 minutes – Outraged by the attack on Pearl Harbor, Muggs, Danny, and the rest of their gang want to enlist. Turned away because of their age, they take out their frustration by harassing an Asian shopkeeper. When the shopkeeper is found dead soon afterward, the boys learn that he was […]

Frolics On Ice (1939)

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Tormented (1960)

Broadway actor Richard Carlson takes a deranged starring role in Tormented, a campy cinematic treat from the late fifties. Tormented has all the appetizing horror movie essentials: disembodied heads, vengeful ghosts, and clever low budget effects. A ordinary breakup takes a turn for the macabre: Vi (Julie Reding) and Tom (Carlson) are having a hellacious […]

Vintage Edward Everett Horton Film

Ask Dad (1929) 20 minutes – A hilarious short film starring Edward Everett Horton with lots of laugh and great funny dialogue. Included Films:

The Great Commandment (1939)

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Tough To Handle (1937)

A fine example of 1930s film making, Tough to Handle flies from start to finish. Gangsters are selling bogus lottery tickets, and everything is going fine until a nice old man gets the winning number! The old man is murdered as the gangsters try to obtain the ticket. The mans grandson and a newspaper reporter […]

Vintage Western Outlaw Film

Sunset Range (1935) 60 minutes – Bonnie Shea (Mary Doran) arrives to take ownership of the Sunset Ranch in Arizona, unaware that one of her trunks contains the ransom money from a kidnapping pulled off by a gang headed by Grant (Walter McGrail). Eddie (James Eagles), her brother who purchased the ranch for her is […]

Girl o’ My Dreams (1934)

The Wasp Woman (1960)

The cult favorite The Wasp Woman is a touchstone sixties monster movie. The story outline is familiar: an aging beauty (Susan Cabot) wishes to take a scientists experimental youth serum, which is derived from Wasps, but the serum goes too far and turns her into a monster. What separates The Wasp Woman is the quality […]

Fresh From Paris (1955)

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The Vampire Bat (1933)

One of the best early 20th century horror films, The Vampire Bat is pure frightful fun. Theres a problem in the small town of Kleinschloss: people are being murdered, found drained entirely of their blood! The town folk suspect a resurgence of vampires. The police inspector doesnt want to believe what the rest of the […]

Forgotten Village (1941)

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The She Beast (1966)

The She Beast is filled to the brim with grotesqueries and unnatural occurrences. Honeymooning in Transylvania, a young married couple accidentally crashes their car into a lake. The bride is drowned, but the worst has yet to come. Her body is possessed by a vengeful witch who was murdered in that very lake many years […]

Flying Wild (1941)

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They Meet Again (1941)

They Meet Again is the final entry in the box office smash Dr Christian series. Dr Christian is a good natured and clever town doctor. Jean Hersholt first played Dr Christian on the radio and his friendly Danish accent and humble manner was an enormous success. The character translated well onto the silver screen and […]

The Giant Gila Monster (1959)

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The Corpse Vanishes (1942)

Starring b-movie superstar Bela Lugosi (Plan 9 from Outer Space), The Corpse Vanishes is the consummate nineteen forties horror movie. The suitably disgusting premise is that a youth potion can be made from the blood of virgins. The capture of innocent girls by Lugosi fuels the narrative while all the spooky fun goes on nonstop. […]

Girl From Monterey (1943)

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The Last Man on Earth (1964)

A plague has infected everyone on Earth! Humans are gone except for one man, who is immune to the disease which mutates normal people into vampire-like creatures. Sulking in a sea of gloom and despair, the title character of The Last Man on Earth is played to perfection by the horror superstar Vincent Price. Price […]

South of Santa Fe (1942)

The King of the Cowboys Roy Rogers was a staple of westerns for decades. Here in South of Santa Fe, Rogers sparkles while performing with the musical super-group, The Sons of the Pioneers. The town of Whitakerville is failing, and Rogers and his band convince some wealthy prospectors to come check out their gold mines. […]

So’s Your Aunt Emma (1942)

A Song for Miss Julie (1945)

A Song for Miss Julie is a fascinating musical produced in the nineteen forties. The film features sharp dialogue with snappy retorts, aiming for a more high class audience than most motion pictures of the time. When two northern playwrights come to the South to dig up information for their biographical play, theyre met with […]

Bloody Pit of Horror (1965)

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Till The Clouds Roll By (1946)

Till the Clouds Roll By is a big budget musical filled with stunningly beautiful performances. Ostensibly a musical about the life of beloved composer Jerome Kern, whats really showcased is Kerns wealth of classic Broadway numbers. Though Kern passed away during filming, he was deeply connected with the production of Till the Clouds Roll By, […]

Loudspeaker (1934)

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The Phantom Of The Opera (1929)

The benchmark for gothic films, and indeed thrillers of all sorts as well, is unquestionably the original The Phantom of the Opera. Here is the 1929 version, the best quality of the first version available, with improved sound effects. This gothic nightmare about a disfigured musical genius who imprisons himself in underground catacombs would inspire […]

The Atomic Brain (1964)

If the name The Atomic Brain didnt tip you off, this film is gruesome science fiction at its campiest. This vintage piece of bad cinema is as great to laugh at as it is creepy. Its so wonderfully bad that it aired on Mystery Science Theater 3000. Morbid, sick, sexy, and silly, the story revolves […]

Vintage Horse Racing Film: The Great Mike

Old but good story about a young boy, Speck, and his horse, the title character, Mike. The young boy with the help of his ambitious best friend start racing Mike at the new and highly popular race track. Mike is not a very good race horse, but everyone still has fun. Included Films:

So This Is Washington (1943)

The incomparable comedy radio duo Lum n Abner took their enormously successful act to the silver screen in the nineteen forties. A gladdening distraction from the Depression, So This is Washington finds the two country bumpkins taking their invention to Washington to help the war effort. The idea: licorice as a substitute for rubber! Lum […]

Son of the Navy (1940)

Heartwarming and inspiring, Son of the Navy is the dramatic tale of an orphaned boy with nothing in the world but his canine best friend. Things pick up for the little tike when he meets a hitchhiking sailor. The sailor gets the idea that theyd hitch better if they pretended to be father and son […]

Tombstone Canyon (1932)

Trick rider and Hollywood western icon Ken Maynard stars in Tombstone Canyon, a mysterious and intriguing Wild West tale. Filmed in the beautiful Red Rock Canyon State Park, the picture features a Maynard riding through gorgeous countryside in pursuit of his fathers murderer. When Maynard arrives in Tombstone Canyon, as spooky looking as its name […]

Waterfront Lady (1935)

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The Screaming Skull (1958)

Over-the-top trashy horror at its finest, The Screaming Skull merges unintentional comedy with enigmatic treachery. Recently married, Eric and Jenni move in to Erics cheaply decrepit old mansion, what better place? Eric wants Jennis money, and ingeniously decided to attempt to driver her insane. Brilliantly, he places fake looking skulls all over the house for […]

In Love With Life (1934)

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Black Dragons (1942)

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Black Stallion (1939)

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Behind Green Lights (1946)

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Below the Deadline (1936)

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Born to Gamble (1935)

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Fighting Stallion (1949)

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Gambler’s Choice (1944)

CARY GRANT: A 2 DVD Collection

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Gulliver’s Travels (1939)

The Fighter (1952)

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Girl From Calgary (1932)

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Ghost-Town Gold (1936)

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The Smallest Show on Earth (1957)

The Smallest Show on Earth is a hilarious British comedy about a family that cant seem to have any luck. A married couple inherits a small movie theater in a tiny whistle stop town. Hoping to sell it for a tidy sum, the couple is disappointed to find the theater in disrepair. Not only that, […]

The Brain That Wouldn’t Die (1959)

That’s My Baby (1944)

That Brennan Girl (1946)

A rare look at the darker side of the nineteen forties, That Brennan Girl follows the dramatic story of a young woman who makes unethical choices. Following the example of her hapless self-absorbed mother, little Ziggy Brennan begins hustling men at a young age. Ziggy runs with a crowd of societal subversives, until she meets […]

Terror in the Midnight Sun (1958)

A most unusual monster movie! Taking after American drive-in delights, Terror in the Midnight Sun is a Swedish made giant creature flick that has everything one would expect and a little more: aliens, mutilated livestock, scantily clad girls. But also: skiing, Laplanders, and Swedes. A tour of beautiful Sweden above the arctic circle, Terror in […]

Telephone Operator (1938)

Telephone Operator is the story of telephone company workers beset by terrible flooding! Using the breathtaking footage of the real Ohio and Tennessee Valley floods as an exciting backdrop, the story centers around the operator Helen. Helen is played by the accomplished and beautiful Judith Allen who is pursued by the linesmen who are out […]

Texas to Bataan (1942)

The Range Busters are a gang of vigilante do-gooders that uphold the law in lawless California during the gold rush in the nineteenth century. Set right before the attacks of Pearl Harbor, Texas to Bataan finds the Range Busters commissioned to send horses to the Philippines. In the course of the job, however, they discover […]

Tarzan’s Revenge (1938)

Tarzan and the Green Goddess (1938)

Produced by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the original creator of Tarzan, Tarzan and the Green Goddess is the most true to source material of all the Tarzan films. Shot in Guatemala, the scenes of burgeoning jungle are crisp and lush. As Tarzan proceeds through these picturesque settings, he discovers explorers hunting for a totem called the […]

Sunset Murder Case (1938)

The voluptuous burlesque dancer Sally Rand stars in the sexy and provocative Sunset Murder Case. Rand was the inventor of several burlesque dances, including the Bubble Dance and the Fan Dance, and viewers are treated to both in this risqué feature that was banned in many states upon release. The film is ostensibly about Rand […]

The Amazing Transparent Man (1960)

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Terror By Night (1946)

Sherlock Holmes returns in the masterful mystery Terror By Night. Played by perfectly cast Basil Rathbone, Holmes is hired to safeguard a precious diamond. The precious gem is to be transported by train, and Holmes correctly deduces that this is when thieves will strike. And strike they do! However, Holmes has switched the diamond out […]

The Invaders (1912)

A no-nonsense western from the early days of cinema, The Invaders is a dramatic depiction of realistic events close to the civil war concerning a conflict between Native Americans and the American government. A treaty was made over land rights, but the local whites dont respect it and the government wont enforce the law for […]

Sundowners (1950)

Sundowners is a tactfully made straightforward western film classic. The star is the polished and cultivated Robert Preston, who delivers a sterling performance. Its a simple story set in simple country, but the results are extraordinary. With carefully chosen, robust scenery to accompany the terse dialogue and sharp characters, Sundowners entertains with ease. As Preston […]

The Silver Trail (1937)

Though not credited, the star of this film is Rin Tin Tin, the loveable German Shepard who was a box office smash in the early twentieth century (sometimes given credit for saving Warner Brothers from bankruptcy). The Silver Trail is packed full of Rin Tin Tin fun along with his owner Rex Lease. The beautiful […]

Pecos Kid (1935)

Fred Kohler Jr. is a tough, gun toting, muscled cowboy who likes to fight first in The Pecos Kid. Kohlers father, Fred Kohler Sr., was also a famous western star, and his son brings the same gravitas and swagger that made his father so acclaimed. The Pecos Kid starts off rough with a young mans […]

The Phantom Ship (1936)

The undisputed king of bad cinema, Bela Lugosi (Plan 9 from Outer Space) stars in The Phantom Ship, an amusing horror mystery based on a true story. In the late 19th century, the sailing ship The Marie Celeste was discovered with no crew and no evidence of a crew abandonment. The mystery perplexed nautical experts […]

Cult Classic Film: Sex Madness (1938)

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Things to Come (1936)

Based on an essay by H.G. Wells, Things to Come is a visionary story of colossal scope, spanning seventy years and the destruction and creation of civilization. Beginning in the near future (the late 1930s, naturally), a second World War breaks out, laying waste to all that is civilized. Fortunately, visionary scientist John Cabal (Raymond […]

The Kid (1921)

Likely the first dramatic comedy every made, The Kid was Charlie Chaplins directorial debut and the results were wildly successful. Riotously funny and deeply moving, The Kid has it all. An abandoned baby is picked up by a tramp (Chaplin), who rears the infant on the streets. Grown into a young boy (Jackie Coogan), Chaplin […]

The President’s Mystery (1936)

The Outlaw (1943)

Howard Hughes (Hells Angels) was ever a controversial filmmaker and The Outlaw is no exception. Exposing the super-sexy Jane Russell to audiences for the first time, Hughes let the camera focus on her ample bust when she was half clothed many times in the picture. This was absolutely scandalous for 1943, but as was often […]

The Playhouse (1921)

Buster Keaton, named the seventh greatest director of all time by Entertainment Weekly, was one of the most innovative cinematic artists in history. Here in The Playhouse, the genius of Keaton is fully demonstrated in this entrancing silent film. Keaton plays virtually all the characters, but the kicker is that hes often on screen multiple […]

The Paleface (1922)

In one of Buster Keatons last short films (he would move on to full length features as his celebrity status grew), The Paleface is classic Keaton-comedy involving Native Americans. One might expect that the Native Americans would be treated poorly, since this film was made in the twenties, but actually they are the good guys […]

The Quiet One (1948)

Winner of two Academy Awards, The Quiet One is the pointed and powerful documentary-style account of the rehabilitation of a mentally disturbed African American child. It is also a provocative glimpse at the Wiltwyck School for Boys in the forties, a walk through vintage American education. The poor child is completely misunderstood and neglected. Against […]

The Stoker (1932)

Dashing leading man through most of the silent film era, Monte Blue took well to talking pictures and this 1932 production The Stoker is a wonderful part of Blues highly reputed body of work. Unflinchingly dramatic at ever turn, Blue plays a poor guy whos been left by his faithless wife. Deciding to give up […]

Take Me Back To Oklahoma (1940)

Take Me Back to Oklahoma is a delightful western featuring the music of Tex Ritter and The King of Western Swing Bob Willis with the Texas Playboys. Its the prototypical western story: outlaws, beautiful lasses, and runaway stagecoaches, featuring able western actors. But its the music that stars in Take Me Back to Oklahoma. The […]

Thundering Thompson (1929)

Thundering Thompson is a silent western filmed in the nineteen twenties. The dashing Cheyenne Bill, one of the most under appreciated cowboy stars in history, must fight his way through terrible perils in order to set things right. Bill is a deputy sheriff, and the sheriff sends him to arrest a beautiful young girl (Neva […]

Slander House (1938)

Featuring an all star cast of tremendous actors, Slander House is a biting farce that takes potshots at high society in the thirties. Helen, played by the drop dead gorgeous Adrienne Ames, owns a beauty salon for the wealthy. While the affluent women are getting made over, they gossiped up a storm. A newspaper columnist […]

A Study in Scarlet (1933)

In one of the earliest Sherlock Holmes films ever produced, A Study in Scarlet is the enigmatic tale of homicide and bloody codes. When a rich member of a high society business group is murdered, Sherlock Holmes is hired by his widow to investigate. Secret passages, murder suspects, lying, cheating, and scheming populate this engaging […]

The Lost World (1925)

Based on a Sir Arthur Doyle novel (the author of Sherlock Holmes), The Lost World was the first big special effects film in cinematic history. Utilizing stop-motion capture to animate clay model dinosaurs, the monstrous prehistoric creatures come to life as had never been previously accomplished. Though silent, The Lost World is also a rich […]

The Three Musketeers Film: The Iron Mask (1929)

Sequel to the time honored classic The Three Musketeers, The Iron Mask sees the daring trio return to their swashbuckling adventures. One of the greatest silent film productions, filled with glorious costumes, sets, and scenery, The Iron Mask keeps a brisk but even pace as the heroes wrap up loose ends from the previous picture […]

The Incredible Petrified World (1957)

The Incredible Petrified World is a science fiction underwater exploration adventure thats full of fifties sci-fi cinema fun. A new undersea vessel has been invented that will take passengers down to the very bottom of the deepest parts of the ocean! A group of four adventurous friends journey downward, only to have their technology fail. […]

The Green Glove (1952)

Set in the beautiful French countryside during World War II, The Green Glove is a mystery adventure centering on a valuable religious artifact stolen by a Nazi art thief. Hes captured by Michael Blake (Glenn ford), an American soldier in France. The Nazi escapes, and Michael moves on in life, but never forgets the beautiful […]

Steamboat Bill Jr. (1928)

Buster Keaton became a box office smash with his short silent comedies that featured stunts, physical gags, and clever gadgetry. Here in Steamboat Bill, Jr., Keaton has been given a larger budget and a feature length to work with, and a masterpiece is created. Keaton, a prolific comic genius, has some of his best moments […]

Songs and Saddles (1938)

As the title betrays, Songs and Saddles is a quaint and enjoyable piece of Wild West musical Americana. Gene Austin was already a country music star, possibly the first ever true crooner. Songs and Saddles puts Austin on center stage, playing a cowboy hero who stops every once in a while to play a tune […]

Queen of the Amazons (1946)

Viva campy jungle safari! Queen of the Amazons is a delightfully absurd romp through the African wilderness. When a womans fiancé turns up missing, she tracks him down only to find that he has gone into the jungle and been missing for months! Hiring a skilled guide, they journey deep into the bush through countless […]

The Little Princess (1939)

Shirley Temple was Americas daughter, and this was the first time the nation got to see their daughter in color! The Little Princess is a dazzlingly sweet Technicolor classic, surely one of Temples finest feature length productions. A period piece set at the turn of the tail end of the twentieth century, Temple finds herself […]

Raiders of Old California (1957)

From the producer and director of The Grand Ole Opry, comes Raiders of Old California, a taut action Western film. Unusual in that it shows Mexicans being attacked by white men, the film is a nonstop assault of marauding, looting, and all out battle. Eventually, the leader of the American raiders Angus McKane (Jim Davis), […]

The Payoff (1942)

A superbly acted and cast thriller, The Payoff is a taut, seedy criminal world where the Machiavellian of powerful gangsters are a persistent threat. Brad McKay (Lee Tracy) is a hotshot newspaper reporter who gets mixed up in a high profile murder when the prime suspect names him as his alibi. As McKay investigates further, […]

Range Warfare (1935)

Reb Russell stars as a Marshall out to end corruption in Range Warfare. Russell gets sent to investigate a large amount of cattle rustling. The Sheriff, played by the splendidly sinister Charles Whitaker, has a suspect already wanted, Tommy Lord (Wally Wales). But just as Russell figures out that the Sheriff is crooked, the Sheriff […]

Outer Gate (1937)

The Outer Gate is an arresting crime drama filled with grudges and evil intent. Ben Alexander stars as a lowly bookkeeper who is in love with his boss daughter, the beautiful Kay Linaker. When some bonds come up missing, the boss pins it on Alexander and hes sent to prison. The real criminal confesses and […]

Red Lights Ahead (1936)

Red Lights Ahead is an amusing journey through nineteen thirties cultural ideas about money, greed and family. Lead by comedic star Andy Clyde as the grandfather, the Wallaces are a family of lazy loafers who would like nothing better than to do, well, nothing. When Pa gets offered a chance to invest in a gold […]

The Law Commands (1937)

This is a realistic and faithful western! The Law Commands balances the sinister elements of the Old West with a flair for realism that makes for an excellent film. Not your usual cowboy hero, Tom Keene stars as a doctor who wants to protect his community with the legal system instead of guns. But the […]

Private Buckaroo (1942)

A World War II entertainment gem! Private Buckaroo is ostensibly about a young songwriter who wants to get into the war, but is rejected for flat feet. He decides to help by putting on an entertaining song and dance show for the troops. The plot moves on, but its really not important. The grand entertainment […]

The Navy Way (1944)

A historic time capsule for naval training and also a rousing drama, The Navy Way is an entertaining propaganda film from the World War II era. Set and shot in actual naval bases, the films authentic portrayal of the discipline and hard work that goes into being a naval officer is interestingly informative. As well […]

Phantom Express (1932)

A fantastic thriller from the early days of talking cinema, Phantom Express surprises at every turn in its twisty track! An old hand at train operating, Smokey North (J Farrell MacDonald) swerves and destroys his own train to avoid an unexpected other locomotive barreling at him. But then North sees the other train disappear! North […]

The Goat (1921)

Buster Keaton, one of the stars of the Silent Film Era, never disappoints; his blend of absurd physical humor and slapstick comedy was both innovative and rib-tickling fun to watch. In The Goat, Keaton is a vagrant who is wrongly accused as a murderer. Mostly chase scenes with nonstop action, Keaton turns everything into a […]

Lady Behave (1937)

A charming romantic comedy from the 1930s, Lady Behave! is a bubbly mess of love, relationships, and high society gossip. Debonair millionaire Neil Hamilton has a bit too much to drink at a fancy party and wakes up married! Hurrying to his lawyer, Hamilton seeks an immediate annulment for his drunken mistake. Much to his […]

Laughing At Life (1933)

Starring Academy Award winner for Best Actor Victor McLaglen, Laughing at Life is a free spirits wild romp across the world. Searching for action, love, and thrills, McLaglen often earns money as gunrunner, a true soldier of fortune, who works in World War I and then in a South American revolution. But despite its warring […]

Peck’s Bad Boy with the Circus (1938)

Great Dan Patch (1949)

Dan Patch was one of the most accomplished racing horses in history, setting numerous world records for speed. The Great Dan Patch is a charming dramatization about this magnificent horse and the loving, good natured people who surrounded him. The owner David Palmer (Dennis OKeefe) is a chemist with a difficult marriage. Building a relationship […]

Oliver Twist (1933)

The most faithful film of Charles Dickens classic novel, William J. Cowens version of Oliver Twist is as heartwarming today as it was in the early nineteen thirties. An orphaned boy named Oliver Twist, played by the adorable Dickie Moore, struggles on the London streets in the early 19th century. Weakened by starvation and backbreaking […]

The Kid Auto Race in Venice (1914)

A dynamic and sensational performer in film, Charlie Chaplin was a pioneer of comedy in filmmaking, leaving an important and lasting influence. Kid Auto Races in Venice is a precious piece of Chaplins history, as it was the first time he ever appeared in his now iconic Tramp costume. The short comedy is flush with […]

Outlaws of Boulder Pass (1942)

Singing Cowboy George Houston returns as The Lone Rider in Outlaws of Boulder Pass. Featuring a veteran and excellent cast of western film fame, Outlaws is shameless gun-slinging fun. Smokey Hammers (Dennis Moore) ranch is under attack by a band of outlaws. The Lone Rider, with sidekick Al Fuzzy St. John, comes to aid Smokey […]

The Old Swimmin’ Hole (1940)

Parachute Battalion (1941)

A fascinating look at World War II military parachuting techniques, Parachute Battalion is also picture of nineteen forties patriotism and propaganda. Made with the willing consent and help of the 501st Parachute Battalion at Fort Benning, Georgia, the film is both a fun drama and a gripping documentary. Parachute Battalion follows the lives of three […]

Smart Alecks (1942)

Smart Alecks is an adventure featuring the East Side Kids, a motley group of misfits in New York City who rely on sight gags and racial stereotyping for humor. While very funny, the film is also an interesting examination of cultural humor in the forties when racism was acceptable in mainstream entertainment. The backdrop for […]

Paradise Express (1937)

All aboard the Paradise Express! This unabashedly feel-good film sets the handsome and heroic good guys of a small railway service against the mustache twirling corrupt mob-tied dark haired villains of a large trucking company. The rail company is lead by dashing leading man Grant Withers (who starred alongside John Wayne in many of the […]

The Live Wire (1935)

The Live Wire is a thrilling action adventure on the open sea where heroes search for treasure on an uncharted island! Starring one of the best stuntmen in early cinema, Richard Talmadge, this enjoyable popcorn flick features some of the best fight scenes produced in the early days of talking films. Talmadge goes on a […]

Parlor, Bedroom and Bath (1931)

Buster Keaton is the master comedian of the silent film era, with clever gags galore, and Parlor, Bedroom and Bath is one of Buster Keatons best talking films in the later part of his career. Keaton plays a moronic commoner who gets caught up in the romantic plots of a wealthy playboy who wants to […]

The Friendly Ghost (1945)

This is the first ever film appearance of Casper the Ghost! The Friendly Ghost is a benevolent cartoon from the nineteen forties staring the nicest ghost that ever lived: Casper. Casper is lonely and wants to make friends, but kids are afraid of ghosts and hes rejected by many children. But eventually Casper can find […]

Parole Inc (1948)

The upper strata of society are harvesting large sums of cash from a crooked parole board! Parole, Inc. is a tale of dirty money and downtrodden convicts, where no one is above a payoff. As rumors of corruption swirl, g-man Richard Hendricks (Michael OShea) is sent to the prison system undercover to unravel the mystery […]

The Devil of the Desert Against the Son of Hercules (1964)

Kirk Morris stars as the muscled offspring in The Devil of the Desert Against the Son of Hercules. This Sword and Sandal popcorn flick is shot in beautiful northern Africa. The picturesque settings go well with the beautiful and sparsely clothed stars. The story is classic: a princess gets sold into slavery after her wealthy […]

Peck’s Bad Boy (1934)

The Day the Sky Exploded (1958)

Italian cinematographer Mario Bava was famous for his work in horror films, but his craft still shines through in this science fiction thriller The Day the Sky Exploded. A marvelous example of vintage fifties sci fi, the picture is filled with bleeping machines and larger than life danger. The sun is exploding, and all the […]

City of Missing Girls (1941)

H.B. Warner plays a philosophical detective who must investigate when a number of young girls are found dead or missing. All the girls happened to go to the Crescent School of Fine Arts, which upon investigation turns out to be a recruitment machine for prostitutes and nightclub dancers. The daughter of the man who owns […]

The Boat (1921)

The Boat is (literally and figuratively) a vehicle for the silent film comic genius Buster Keaton. One of his finest short films, The Boat is one of those tales where everything goes wrong. Buster has built a boat, but its too big to get out of the basement and he destroys the house while trying! […]

Calendar Girl (1948)

The plot of this musical is pretty standard, a love triangle between a beautiful girl and the two men she lives next door to, an aspiring songwriter and an artist. Despite the angry father of the girl, both men pursue their neighbor through songs such as Have I Told You Lately? and A Bluebird is […]

The Blood Of Jesus (1941)

A landmark in African American independent filmmaking, The Blood of Jesus is a moralistic fantasy adventure through the afterlife. This was the first feature length foray by director Spencer Williams, who utilized an all black cast and a shoestring budget. The result is a look into the life and faith of African Americans in the […]

Six Gun Trail (1938)

Both a nifty crime thriller and a historical document on early twentieth century racism, Six-Gun Trail is a raw and intense Western starring the gun toting Tim McCoy. Here, McCoy is hot on the pursuit of a group of jewel thieves. Since the jewel thieves are Asian, McCoy decides to use costume and makeup and […]

Sing A Song of Six Pants (1947)

One of the most recognizable groups of characters ever on film, The Three Stooges is a timeless American classic. Sing a Song of Six Pants is another riotous short film made with the original trio of Moe, Larry, and Shemp. The Stooges are working as tailors, but theyre going broke (and beating each other up […]

Corruption (1933)

A sharp and cynical take on politics in the 1930s, Corruption ferrets out all the dirty laundry in political and law enforcement bodies. When a young lawyer Tim Butler (played by the ruggedly handsome Broadway actor Preston Foster) is practically gifted the opportunity to become mayor, he gladly accepts. But the political machine that puts […]

Singing Cowgirl (1939)

Dorothy Page is Hollywoods first and only singing cowgirl! Though the concept might have done better financially after the womens rights movement, the crooning female western heroine still works quite well. In The Singing Cowgirl, Page is a rancher who uncovers a plot by a corrupt government official to steal her neighbors gold-rich land. Murder […]

The Courageous Dr. Christian (1940)

Based on the immensely successful radio program, the Dr Christian movies were embraced by a public yearning for wholesome values and enjoyable characters. Here in The Courageous Dr. Christian, Jean Hersholt plays the affable Danish doctor on a mission to improve the health of indigents living in squalor. The film takes on a more ambitious […]

Sinful Cargo (1939)

Starring superstar leading man Conrad Nagel, Sinful Cargo is the arresting story of an FBI and National Immigration Services hunt to break up a smuggling ring trading in illegal aliens. Nagel comes to Hollywood as an NIS agent helping the FBI, and is quickly mistaken for a New York actor! Cleverly, Nagel plays along in […]

Bride for Henry (1937)

When a groom is truant from his own wedding because of too much revelry the night before at the bachelor party, his bride decides to punish him by marrying someone else instead. She calls her lawyer up and gets him to play the part of temporary husband. The trouble is, her lawyer has been in […]

Silver Spurs (1943)

Singing Cowboy Roy the King of the Cowboys Rogers returns in Silver Spurs, a dynamic and stirring Western adventure. Though lots of good old country songs are woven in, Silver Spurs is a complex and genre blending story that features crime, romance, action and mystery. Rogers is out to investigate a murdered rancher. He suspects […]

Border Patrolman (1936)

While on vacation with her grandparents, a rich playgirl gets cited for smoking in a non-smoking area by a border patrolman. She humiliates him and he resigns in protest of her treatment of him. Her wealthy grandparents decide that he is the perfect man to act as her bodyguard and he reluctantly agrees to this […]

Heartbeat (1946)

Academy Award winning Hollywood knockout Ginger Rogers stars in Heartbeat, a film that charms, romances, and melts the hearts of viewers. In a love story peppered with hilarious situations, Rogers is a reform school brat who graduates to a pickpocket university. The head professor, played humorously by Sherlock Holmes purveyor Basil Rathbone, makes Rogers into […]

10 DVD Set Damsels in Distress Gender Role Films

Included DVDs: White Pongo (1945) Won In The Clouds (1928) Tarzan’s Revenge (1938) The Stoker (1932) The Devil of the Desert Against the Son of Hercules (1964) Silver Spurs (1943) Hell’s House (1932) Hard Hombre (1931) Last of the Warrens (1936) Murder on the High Seas (1932)

Bride of the Gorilla (1951)

The rich owner of a rubber plantation is murdered by his steward who has fallen in love with the elderly landowners beautiful wife, played by Barbara Payton. The steward, played by Burr, soon has married the widow of his victim. One of the trusted servants of the old master, a man who knows the art […]

Hercules (1958)

This is the original Hercules that started it all! Swords and sandals, seductresses, gods, kings and monsters! The international smash hit Hercules set off a movie franchise based on Greek mythology that continues to burgeon today. Bodybuilder extraordinaire Steve Reeves paved the way for the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Kevin Sorbo to become fantasy […]

21 DVD Set Vintage Celebrities & Icons Collection

Included DVDs: Historic John Glenn Film (1963) Classic Lucky Strike Film with Frank Sinatra (1950) Classic Donald Rumsfeld Interview (1975) Classic President Teddy Roosevelt Films Classic Eleanor Roosevelt Films Classic Fidel Castro Newsreels Economist Milton Friedman Interview (1975) Lindbergh Kidnapping Trial Newsreels Historic Alexander Graham Bell Films Historic Dinah Shore Promo Film Historic 1972 Paul […]

Cavalcade of the West (1936)

A family taking the stagecoach is overtaken by a gang of robbers, who kill the father and kidnap one of the two sons. The mother and her remaining son, Clint (Hoot Gibson), flee to Missouri. Later, Clint becomes a Pony Express Rider who is attacked by one of the members of the gang that wreaked […]

Hell Fire Austin (1932)

Hell Fire Austin stars amiable cowboy hero Ken Maynard, as well has his horse, Tarzan the Wonder Horse (originally just named Tarzan, until a lawsuit with Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs). Maynard and Tarzan become embroiled in a championship horseracing feud between rival ranchers. Since Maynard was a trick rider before becoming a movie cowboy, […]

Cavalry (1936)

Bob Steele plays a cavalry commander who is sent out West to protect the new telegraph line being built. He must foil the plans of Leeds, a man who dreams of establishing a new country in the west and tries to stop wagons and other westward expansion by inciting the Indians. A perennial subplot to […]

Hell’s House (1932)

Saddle Mountain Roundup (1941)

The Range Busters are a trio of vigilante do-gooders who uphold the law in the lawless West during the gold rush. When old rancher Magpie Harper is in trouble he calls for the Range Busters in Saddle Mountain Roundup. Unfortunately, the Range Busters get their late and find Harper murdered! This cowboy story becomes a […]

Held for Ransom (1938)

An early female heroine in Hollywood cinema, Held for Ransom stars the well established film actress Blanche Mehaffey as an FBI agent. The film begins mercilessly with the killing of an informant and never slows down from there! When a wealthy entrepreneur is kidnapped, Mehaffey gets put on the job. While thwarting several attempts on […]

6 DVD Set Vintage Western Horse Films

Included DVDs: Tombstone Canyon (1932) Hell Fire Austin (1932) Rolling Home (1946) His Brother’s Ghost (1945) Black Stallion (1939) Fighting Stallion (1949)

Cause for Alarm! (1951)

A classic Loretta Young thriller, Cause for Alarm boasts strong performances and a gripping story. George Jones, having just suffered a heart attack, starts to imagine that his devoted wife and his doctor are having an affair and are also plotting to murder him. He writes a letter to his lawyer telling of his fears […]

Hearts In Bondage (1936)

Set in the middle of the Civil War, Hearts in Bondage is a tempestuous love story that ebbs and flows with the events surrounding the famous Battle of the Monitor and the Merrimack, two armored battleships going head to head. Superb actors Mae Clarke and James Dunn are lovers whove been separated by their familys […]

7 DVD Set 1930s Glamour & Pinup Girl Films

Included DVDs: Thirteenth Guest (1932) The Vampire Bat (1933) Sunset Murder Case (1938) Hell’s House (1932) My Man Godfrey (1936) Klondike (1932) The Red Blood of Courage (1935)

Bowery Blitzkrieg (1941)

This East Side Kids feature shows Danny being seduced into the boxing ring by shady mobster Monk Martin. When Danny is disqualified from the fighting in the Golden Gloves Championship, Mugs takes his place and starts training. However, Monk and his henchmen attempt to make the public think that Mugs is a crooked fighter who […]

Hawaii Calls (1938)

Child singing megastar Bobby Breen is the lead in Hawaii Calls, a masterful musical by veteran director Edward F. Cline. Bobby Breen was a box office smash in the nineteen thirties and his magical soprano voice is still a marvel to hear. Breen plays a dirty shoeshine boy who dreams of a better life. He […]

8 DVD Set 1940s Pinup Model & Glamour Girl Films

Included DVDs: Till The Clouds Roll By (1946) The Outlaw (1943) Great Dan Patch (1949) Renegade Girl (1946) Dishonored Lady (1947) My Favorite Brunette (1947) Killer Dill (1947) Behind Green Lights (1946)

Boys of the City (1940)

This second East Side Kids feature has the Kids on a trip to a camp out in the country, where they stumble upon a judge and his ward, Louise, stranded on the road. The boys take pity on them despite the fact that the judge is the same man who wrongfully convicted Knuckles of a […]

Heading for Heaven (1947)

Heading for Heaven is a quaint and amiable comedy about small town life. Stuart Erwin (Our Town), a congenial everyman, became a Hollywood star portraying small town characters and his role in Heading for Heaven is perfect for him. Erwin is a realtor with a loving family who overhears his doctor saying Erwin has three […]

5 DVD Set Ken & Kermit Maynard Films

Included DVDs: Tombstone Canyon (1932) Hell Fire Austin (1932) Phantom Patrol (1936) The Red Blood of Courage (1935) Honor of the Range (1934)

Border Vengeance (1935)

A fine piece of classic bad cinema, Border Vengeance is an action western full of amusingly wooden acting, cheap sets, and enough mistakes to make Ed Wood blush. Producer Willis Kent was known for exploitation films and over the top melodramas made for shoestring budgets, and Border Vengeance is no different. The film stars amateur […]

Sky Patrol (1939)

Tailspin Tommy returns! The popular pilot hero began as a comic strip and eventually became a motion picture franchise. Here in Sky Patrol, Tommy is up to his usual aerial acrobatics while helping some new flight school graduates learn the ropes. When flying smuggling ring is discovered, its up to Tommy and his gang to […]

Rough Riders’ Round-up (1939)

Harmony Lane (1935)

Harmony Lane is the captivating biography of songwriter Stephen Foster, who is often referred to as the father of American music. Foster is played by the excellent leading man Douglass Montgomery, who does an admiral job, but the true stars of Harmony Lane are the beautiful performances of Fosters unforgettable songs like Oh! Susanna and […]

Brand of the Devil (1944)

A band of cattle rustlers known as the Devils Brand are terrorizing ranchers. One of them, Molly Dawson, calls on the help of the Texas Rangers and three of them come out, pretending to be strangers coincidentally arriving in the area at the same time. Eventually their secret is found out and they are captured […]

Hard Hombre (1931)

Veteran cowboy actor Hoot Gibson takes the leading role in Hard Hombre, a funny and action-packed Old West adventure. Gibson, known early in his career for trick riding in rodeos, is a superb cowboy as always but this story has an unusual twist: Gibson promised his mother he wouldnt fight. So some hilarious moments include […]

Chasing Trouble (1940)

Frankie Darro plays a man who is a matchmaker and a pseudo-detective who wants to be a handwriting analyzer. When a group of spies sets up shop in his neighborhood, Frankie must use all his talents to save the day and get the girl. Included Films:

Happy Go Lovely (1951)

Happy Go Lovely is an easygoing and whimsical story of a hitchhiking young girl who becomes an entertainment sensation, literally, overnight. The film is a time capsuled peek at Edinburgh, Scotland in the 40s, and also a first-rate musical. In Happy Go Lovely, viewers are treated to the spectacular talents of Vera-Ellen, one of the […]

Captain Calamity (1936)

An adventure-loving sea captain, Bill Jones, otherwise known as Capt. Calamity, accepts an old Spanish doubloon as payment from one of his passengers. When he attempts to then use it to pay off a debt, a group of opportunists gets the idea that the captain must be in possession of a huge treasure. They plan […]

The Bashful Bachelor (1942)

Lum and Abner were the biggest stars at the height of American radio. The ulta-successful team would move on to motion pictures later in their career, ever enhancing their unhinged popularity. The Bashful Bachelor finds the country bumpkins engaged in staged accidents and rescues in order to woo the beautiful Geraldine (Zasu Pitts). The high […]

Black Raven (1943)

On a windy, rainy night, a motley group of travelers trying to cross the border into Canada must all escape the weather by spending the night at the sinister-seeming Black Raven Inn. George Zucco plays the creepy owner, who seems to have a shadowy past himself. Among the travelers are an engaged couple trying to […]

Six-Gun Rhythm (1939)

Six-Gun Rhythm features masterful crooner Tex Fletcher as a singing Wild West hero, but theres a twist: Fletcher isnt a cowboy! Most unusual for these films, Fletcher is a football star on the East Coast whos heading out West to investigate his fathers murder. The film is a startlingly fresh blend of action and song, […]

Call of the Wilderness (1932)

Call of the Wilderness is a pleasant family and pet adventure movie that pits Caesar the Dog against both animal and human foes. Caesar was a cute and cuddly feature film star that was often compared to Rin Tin Tin during his film run. Using both intelligence and brawn, Caesar must save himself and his […]

Shadows of Death (1945)

Olympic gold medallist and Hollywood star Larry Buster Crabbe (Flash Gordon) headlines this rough and rugged Western, Shadows of Death. Though Crabbe was more known for his portrayals of Flash Gordon and Tarzan, hes more than capable of leading the way in this intricate Wild West drama. Featuring the sinfully sexy Donna Dax, Shadows of […]

Cyrano De Bergerac (1950)

A special collaboration of great artists came together to make this phenomenal film version of Cyrano de Bergerac. Masterful stage actor Jose Ferrer took his abilities to the big screen and earned a Best Actor Academy Award for his timeless portrayal of the famously silver tongued and large nosed Cyrano de Bergerac. The object of […]

The Balloonatic (1923)

The most innovative and expressive silent comedic actor in history, Buster Keatons genius still sparkles today. Here in The Balloonatic, Keaton prolific creativity tests out hot air balloons and wilderness survival. Keaton is accidentally whisked away on a flying balloon, only to get stranded in untamed wild! Fortunately he encounters a woman (Phyllis Haver) who […]

Cowboy Holiday (1935)

An unintentional masterpiece, Cowboy Holiday is so flush with flaws and absurdity that Ed Wood would be proud of it! In this gem of awful cinema a tall overweight man can be mistaken for a small Mexican man, the best way to exit a room is by jumping out the window, and the actors names […]

Shadows of the Orient (1937)

Shadows of the Orient uncovers the seedy smuggling of Chinese men into America from Mexico in a thrilling detective story peppered with romance and guns. One of Hollywoods all time greatest beauties Esther Ralston is Viola, the daughter of a judge who gets caught in a Chinese gambling operation. As the situation is investigated, connections […]

Cops (1922)

Buster Keaton, arguably the greatest comedian that ever lived, enthralled audiences into sidesplitting laughter with his unique, clever, and outrageous comedy. Here in the short, silent film Cops, Keaton does it again by employing his patented physical inventiveness and playful storytelling. In love with a greedy girl, Keaton sets out to make himself a rich […]

School’s Out (1930)

Danger Flight (1939)

Tailspin Tommy is the lovable stunt pilot born from twenties comic strips who became a feature film franchise. Here in Danger Flight, Tommy returns to straighten out some juvenile delinquents. Featuring some beautiful post World War I style aviation, Tailspin Tommy teaches the children about the wonders of flight and gives them wholesome hobbies. This […]

Scarlet Street (1945)

Directed by the first rate Fritz Lang, Scarlet Street is film noir at its finest. Utilizing the bleak coldness of black and white to its zenith, Lang paints a frigid psychological picture of some of the most reprehensible characters ever put on film. It hardly requires mention that in the nineteen forties, this windswept view […]

Clancy Street Boys (1943)

The East Side Kids, the continuation of the extremely popular Dead End Kids, were a gang of New York youths who played wannabe tough guys getting into trouble. One of their best films, Clancy Street Boys takes the Kids in a different direction: they must all pretend to be part of an oversized family! Leo […]

Scared to Death (1947)

Bela Lugosi (Plan 9 from Outer Space) stars in Scared to Death, a funny and freaky horror thriller. Notably Lugosis only appearance in a color film, Scared to Death begins encouragingly with a dead woman lying on a slab in the morgue, beginning to narrate the circumstances which lead to her death. This unwholesomely aberrant […]

Clipped Wings (1936)

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Spooks Run Wild (1941)

If you mix the most famous vampire of all time Bela Lugosi (Plan 9 from Outer Space) with the goofy gang the East Side Kids, the results are going to be fantastically ridiculous. Thats just what Spooks Run Wild accomplishes: madcap comedy and ludicrous action. When the Kids go to summer camp, they hear rumors […]

Club Paradise (1945)

A powerful piece of vintage film noir, Club Paradise is the tragic tale of women in the 40s who want to live life in the fast lane. Played by the beautiful Constance Worth, Isabel Jewell, and Wanda McKay, these three Hollywood bombshells take a trip through the seedy side of life: criminality, exploitation, gambling, and […]

Hats Off (1936)

Hats Off is an enchanting musical romance from the nineteen thirties. In his first starring role, Hollywood leading man John Payne (Miracle on 34th Street) is a press agent who is opposing rival agent Mae Clarke in promoting their expositions at the Texas Centennial in 1936. The plot is cute, and merely background for a […]

Convict’s Code (1939)

Second Chorus (1940)

Named the 5th Greatest Male Star of All Time by the American Film Institute, Fred Astaire had a career as a leading man that lasted decades. Astaire is one of the best dancers in the history of film, and unquestionably the most influential. Second Chorus is one of Astaires finest films, since hes still very […]

D.O.A. (1950)

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Royal Wedding (1951)

Named the 5th Greatest Male Star of All Time by the American Film Institute, Fred Astaire had a career as a leading man that lasted decades. Astaire is one of the best dancers in the history of film, and unquestionably the most influential. Royal Wedding is an opulent and special film for several reasons. Visually […]

The Contender (1944)

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Rolling Home (1946)

Harry Carey Jr., a Hollywood staple for decades, makes his first appearance in Rolling Home, a vibrant and wholesome Wild West tale. The heartwarming story begins with an old time rodeo performer coming to town with his grandson. Their only possession in the world is an injured horse. Out of the kindness of his heart, […]

Dick Tracy Detective (1945)

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Shadows Over Shanghai (1938)

Academy Award winner James Dunn (A Tree Grows in Brooklyn) stars in Shadows Over Shanghai, is an intriguing espionage thriller set during the Sino-Japanese war. Dunn is a hotshot newspaper reporter who becomes embroiled in the hunt for a stolen amulet that contains secret information crucial to the war! Several parties are after the precious […]

22 DVD Set Popular Movies from the Great Deppression

Included DVDs: Under The Big Top (1938) Telephone Operator (1938) The President’s Mystery (1936) Slander House (1938) Hard Hombre (1931) Shadows Over Shanghai (1938) Roaring Roads (1935) Crashing Through Danger (1938) Manhattan Tower (1932) Night Alarm (1934) Revolt of the Zombies (1936) Disorder in the Court (1936) Danger Lights (1930) New Adventures of Tarzan (1935) […]

Crashing Through Danger (1938)

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Seven Were Saved (1947)

Set in the heart of World War II, Seven Were Saved is the dramatic and suspenseful story of the survivors of a plane that crash lands in the Pacific Ocean! A young couple had just been married after being rescued from a Japanese prison camp. Now on their way home, theyre joined by a Japanese […]

7 DVD Set Vintage Larry Buster Crabbe Films

Included DVDs: Shadows of Death (1945) Jungle Man (1941) The Contender (1944) Nabonga (1944) Oath of Vengeance (1944) Devil Riders (1943) His Brother’s Ghost (1945)

Creature from the Haunted Sea (1961)

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Roar of the Press (1941)

Slick action and murderous intrigue surround every scene of Roar of the Press, a hard boiled detective story from the forties. Wally Williams (Wallace Ford) is a workaholic newspaper reporter whos hot on the trail of a murder that most have been led to believe was a suicide. Williams is so engulfed in his work […]

11 DVD Set 1930s-1940s Cowboy Western FIlms

Included DVDs: Underground Rustlers (1941) West of the Divide (1934) Sundowners (1950) Songs and Saddles (1938) Cavalcade of the West (1936) Cavalry (1936) Rough Riders’ Round-up (1939) Lumberjack (1944) Marked for Murder (1948) Devil Riders (1943) Dude Bandit (1933)

Code of the Cactus (1939)

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Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964)

One of the worst (and best!) movies ever made, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians blasts Old Saint Nick into space to deal with grumpy aliens! Oozing campy fun, this film is a celebration of ridiculous costumes, cheap sixties sets, and absurd dialogue. But unlike other classic bad films like Killer Clowns from Outer Space, Santa […]

Danger Ahead (1935)

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Rainbow’s End (1935)

City of the Dead/Horror Hotel (1960)

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Rough Riding Ranger (1935)

Veteran Wild West director Elmer Clifton presents Rough Riding Ranger, a classic cowboy tale. Well produced and directed, the film is crammed full with mystery, kidnapping, gun fights, outlaws, deceit, and much more! Set on beautiful rolling hills, Rough Riding Ranger concerns the desperate plight of a family thats receiving letters penned with poison. The […]

Mambo (1954)

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Rogue’s Tavern (1936)

The Long Shot (1993)

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Roaring Roads (1935)

Stuntman extraordinaire David Sharpe takes the lead in Roaring Roads, a slick and cool drama from the nineteen thirties. Sharpe is mainly known for his stunts, and Roaring Roads is no waste of his ample talents. A cocky rich kid who likes danger as amusement, Sharpe becomes a high speed auto racer, much to the […]

Loaded Pistols (1948)

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My Wife’s Relations (1922)

Lost in the Stratosphere (1934)

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My Man Godfrey (1936)

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3 DVD Set Bobby Breen Child Star Films

Included DVDs: Hawaii Calls (1938) Let’s Sing Again (1936) Escape to Paradise (1939)

Love, Speed and Thrills (1915)

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Lady in the Death House (1944)

Jean Parker, one of Hollywoods classic beauties, plays an innocent woman framed for murder in Lady in the Death House. This gritty noir-style film intricately traces Parkers extraordinary circumstances that lead to her awful predicament on death row. Deftly flowing from past to present and everywhere in between, without ever leaving the viewer confused, Lady […]

5 DVD Set Vintage Marjorie Reynolds Films

Included DVDs: Sky Patrol (1939) Law of the Timber (1941) Chasing Trouble (1940) Danger Flight (1939) Doomed to Die (1940)

Lumberjack (1944)

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Last of the Warrens (1936)

Though Bob Steele had a long and illustrious career as a movie cowboy, his finest performances always came when his father Robert Bradbury was directing. Last of the Warrens is the perfect showcase for the success of this familial collaboration, offering up a beautiful combination of directorial touch and spirited acting. Bob Steele stars as […]

5 DVD Set VIntage Hoot Gibson Films

Included DVDs: Hard Hombre (1931) Rainbow’s End (1935) Cavalcade of the West (1936) The Local Bad Man (1932) Dude Bandit (1933)

Lying Lips (1939)

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The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954)

The incomparable icon of beauty Elizabeth Taylor leads the way in The Last Time I Saw Paris, a delectable romance fraught with tragedy. Director Richard Brooks steers this delicate and deeply emotional film to lofty heights, letting his all star cast shine bright. Sweeping through elegant locales in Paris, Taylor meets the debonair Van Johnson […]

3 DVD Set Bob Steele Western Cowboy Films

Included DVDs: Last of the Warrens (1936) Cavalry (1936) Northwest Trail (1945)

The Mad Monster (1942)

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Little Pal (1935)

A young Mickey Rooney stars as Little Jimmy in Little Pal. Rooney, named the 5th greatest actor of all time by The Academy of Film Arts and Science, plays a sympathetic crippled boy who is unable to walk. Ralph Bellamy, a doctor with a heart of gold who works pro bono, has built a strong […]

3 DVD Set Vintage Mickey Rooney Films

Included DVDs: Little Pal (1935) Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936) Hoosier Schoolboy (1937)

Malice in the Palace (1949)

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Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936)

A classic rags to riches tale, Little Lord Fauntleroy is a stirring adaptation of the famous Frances Hodgson Burnett novel. Helmed by none other than childhood acting superstar Freddie Bartholomew and Hollywood cinema staple Mickey Rooney, Little Lord Fauntleroy is the timeless story of a poor young boy who discovers hes royalty! Bartholomew moves to […]

4 DVD Set Vintage Lon Chaney Jr Films

Included DVDs: Bride of the Gorilla (1951) My Favorite Brunette (1947) Indestructible Man (1955) Girl o’ My Dreams (1934)

Mariners of the Sky (1936)

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Lightning Carson Rides Again (1938)

Colonel Tim McCoy plays the title role in Lightning Carson Rides Again. A Wild West romp through picturesque countryside, McCoy fills the saddle and the cowboy hat rather well. But what he excels at is busting up gangs of bad guys. A lawman that doesnt waste his time with varmints, McCoy is out to solve […]

3 DVD Set 1940s Dick Tracy Detective Films

Included DVDs: Dick Tracy Detective (1945) Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome (1947) Dick Tracy’s Dilemma (1947)

Manhattan Tower (1932)

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Life at Stake (1954)

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Marked for Murder (1948)

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Law of the Timber (1941)

In Law of the Timber, veteran actress Marjorie Reynolds takes center stage in this explosive and exciting film. As the daughter of the owner of a successful logging company, Reynolds is given the reigns to the corporation when her father is murdered in an accident with dynamite! Reynolds is pressed, since a huge government contract […]

Mark of the Avenger (1938)

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Murder on the High Seas (1932)

The title says it all: Murder on the High Seas is a dark, stormy, deception-drenched thriller. A story of secret lovers, money and greed is only the setup for this tantalizing mystery. Natalie Moorhead is a society lady with a dark side, who must flee from her ex-lover just getting out of the clink and […]

M – Eine Stadt sucht einen Moerder (1931)

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Mr. Boggs Steps Out (1938)

Mr. Boggs Steps Out is a delightful popcorn movie. A young man whos just another cog in the giant corporate office, Stuart Erwin, uses his innate and uncanny ability to keep track of statistics to win a major contest and a substantial sum of money. The world is Erwins oyster, and he decides to leave […]

Midnight Phantom (1935)

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Misbehaving Husbands (1940)

On par with the greatest comic actors of his time, Harry Langdon brings his comedic genius to the riotous Misbehaving Husbands. Langdon was every bit as popular as Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, but he differentiated himself by a completely different form of comedy than the usual slapstick and sight gags. Langdon didnt play a […]

Killer Shrews (1959)

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Million Dollar Weekend (1948)

A dark and captivating film noir journey, Million Dollar Weekend just does everything right. The handsome Gene Raymond decides to become a big shot by stealing over one million dollars from his company and flying overseas, never to return. But on the plane, he meets with the stunning Osa Massen, a frightened widow whos being […]

The Last Three (1942)

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Love Nest (1923)

The Love Nest is a fantastic seafaring comedic adventure from comedy virtuoso Buster Keaton. Named the Seventh Greatest Director of All Time by Entertainment Weekly, Buster Keatons impact on cinema is so far reaching that its hard to grasp. Here in The Love Nest his talents are once again on full display, as he makes […]

4 DVD Set Stuntman Yakima Canutt Western Cowboy Films

Included DVDs: West of the Divide (1934) Laughing At Life (1933) Gunsmoke Ranch (1937) Ghost-Town Gold (1936)

The Local Bad Man (1932)

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My Dear Secretary (1948)

Academy Award winning Hollywood legend Kirk Douglas headlines My Dear Secretary, his first appearance in a comedy, and a romantic one at that. Douglas is at his best as a womanizing playboy whos supposed to be an author. When he selects the sensuous coed Laraine Day to be his secretary, hes not too interested in […]

4 DVD Set Vintage Tex Ritter Films

Included DVDs: Arizona Days (1928) Take Me Back To Oklahoma (1940) Marked for Murder (1948) Gangsters of the Frontier (1944)

Million Dollar Kid (1944)

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Murder on Lenox Ave. (1941)

A precious glance at Harlem and African American culture in the nineteen forties, Murder on Lenox Avenue is a walk through nightclubs and political strife, home life and murder. Also featured is an extraordinary performance by Mamie Smith, one of the first women to ever record blues music, as she sings in a hot swing […]

5 DVD Set Classic Roy Rogers Western Cowboy Films

Included DVDs: Arizona Kid (1939) South of Santa Fe (1942) Silver Spurs (1943) Rough Riders’ Round-up (1939) Nevada City (1941)

Outlaws’ Paradise (1939)

Mr. Reckless (1948)

Pine-Thomas Productions, the producers of Mr. Reckless, was a small filmmaking company that was able to produce classic and popular movies on shoestring budgets. They were so successful with so little that they were quickly snatched up by Paramount and made into an auxiliary studio, where their skill at creating entertaining films would continue. Here […]

5 DVD Set Vintage George Gabby Hayes Western Films

Included DVDs: Arizona Kid (1939) South of Santa Fe (1942) Klondike (1932) Nevada City (1941) Hoosier Schoolmaster (1935)

Pool Sharks (1915)

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Missing Corpse (1945)

The Missing Corpse is a splendidly whimsical movie, despite its title, with superb acting from J. Edward Bromberg. Bromberg is a straight laced journalist who is at odds with his professional rival Paul Guifoyle, a corrupt and unscrupulous reporter. Mystery ensues when Guifoyle is murdered and nobody knows where his body is. Much to his […]

3 DVD Set Gene Autry Singing Cowboy Western Films

Included DVDs: The Big Show-Off (1945) Loaded Pistols (1948) Oh, Susanna! (1936)

Oh, Susanna! (1936)

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Law of the Rio Grande (1931)

A quintessential depression cinema escape, Law of the Rio Grande is an hour of nothing but honest good fun in the Wild West. Bob Custer and Edmund Cobb were stars of silent cinema and adapt well here in this early talking Western. Custer plays a former outlaw whos trying to live an honest life. He […]

3 DVD Set 1930s Dickie Moore Child Star Films

Included DVDs: Tomorrow’s Youth (1935) Oliver Twist (1933) In Love With Life (1934)

Nabonga (1944)

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Law of the 45s (1935)

The first film ever to feature the famous Three Mesquiteers! Law of the 45s is a classic style Western with singing, comedy, and plenty of gun shooting. Guinn Big Boy Williams makes a fine heroic cowboy who would continue to appear in feature films for many years. Here, Williams and his sidekick Fuzzy (Al St. […]

6 DVD Set Historical Events Made into Movies

Included DVDs: White Fawn’s Devotion (1910) Hearts In Bondage (1936) Murder on Lenox Ave. (1941) Kansas Pacific (1953) Manhattan Tower (1932) Bronenosets Potyomkin (Battleship Potemkin) (1925)

Oath of Vengeance (1944)

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Lawless Land (1937)

Johnny Mack Brown was an All-American college football player who became a Wild West sensation as soon as he took the saddle! In Lawless Land, Brown is a Texas Ranger who suspects a villainous plot in a small Texas town. When the sheriff is murdered, Brown elects to not reveal his status as a lawman […]

4 DVD Set Classic Comedy of Errors Films

Included DVDs: So’s Your Aunt Emma (1942) My Wife’s Relations (1922) Misbehaving Husbands (1940) Ghost Patrol (1936)

Northwest Trail (1945)

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Let’s Sing Again (1936)

3 DVD Set 1930s Tarzan the Ape Man Films

Included DVDs: Tarzan’s Revenge (1938) Tarzan and the Green Goddess (1938) New Adventures of Tarzan (1935)

Night of the Living Dead (1968)

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Inside Information (1934)

When thousands of dollars have been stolen and an innocent man accused, who should come to the rescue but Tarzan the Wonder Dog! Inside Information is the family friendly story of this magnificent police canine that can sniff out criminals. When a banker is mysteriously robbed and wrongly blamed for it, Tarzan the Wonder Dog […]

8 DVD Set Vintage Docudrama True Story Films

Included DVDs: The Invaders (1912) The Phantom Ship (1936) The Quiet One (1948) The Navy Way (1944) Great Dan Patch (1949) Hearts In Bondage (1936) Harmony Lane (1935) Range Warfare (1935)

Night Life In Reno (1931)

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International Crime (1938)

What evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow knows! Thus would begin The Shadow radio program from the 1930s, a superhero character that would become an American franchise with films, comic books, comic strips, and pulp magazines. International Crime is an adventure with seemingly ordinary criminologist Lamont Cranston who becomes The Shadow to […]

4 DVD Set 1914-1929 Mack Sennett Comedy Films

Included DVDs: The Kid Auto Race in Venice (1914) Love, Speed and Thrills (1915) His First Flame (1927) The Old Barn (1929)

Nevada City (1941)

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Irish Luck (1939)

Unlikely heroes save the day in Irish Luck, a lighthearted mystery from the 1930s. In a rare move for the time, African American Mantan Moreland is teamed up with the Caucasian star Frankie Darro, and the two are cast as friends! Both are comically inept, with Darro bungling everything he engages in and Moreland hopelessly […]

Isle of Destiny (1940)

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It’s A Joke, Son (1947)

Divide & Conquer (1943) by Frank Capra

Master director Frank Capras Divide and Conquer is a rapturous and gripping documentary that captures the German assault across Europe in the thick of World War II. Specifically, the film covers the events of World War II from the English and French declarations of war to the conquest of France. Capra offers striking footage of […]

Neath Brooklyn Bridge (1942)

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Jungle Man (1941)

Olympic gold medalist Buster Crabbe stars in Jungle Man, a high octane jungle safari adventure! Journeying to the City of the Dead with a batch of desperately needed medicine, Crabbe and his girlfriend (the beautiful Sheila Darcy) set out by boat into the African jungle. When the ship is torpedoed, Crabbe and his lady friend […]

Night Alarm (1934)

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Kansas Pacific (1953)

Set in the buildup to the Civil War, Kansas Pacific is an explosive adventure surrounding the westward expansion of the famous Kansas Pacific railroad. The Kansas Pacific railroad was a Union project, and the Confederacy was resorting to sabotage to halt its progress. Cowboy Sterling Hayden is brought in by the brass to combat the […]

Renegade Girl (1946)

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Kentucky Blue Streak (1935)

Kentucky Blue Streak is an exciting film that dramatizes horseracing during the 1930s. Star Edward Nugent is a top jockey whos gearing up to race his best horse Blue Streak in the Kentucky Derby. However, hes framed for murder leading up to the race by the owners of rival horses! Stuck in jail, the idea […]

Renfrew of the Royal Mounted (1937)

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Kid Dynamite (1943)

Members of a 1940s New York City gang get involved in prizefighting in Kid Dynamite. Inner city youths Muggs McGinniss (Leo Gorcey) and Danny Lyons (Bobby Jordan) from the same clique end up vying for a title shot together, leading to an ever escalating rivalry. The various locales for their encounters include pool halls, dance […]

Road To Happiness (1942)

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Killers From Space (1954)

Evil intergalactic aliens plan to conquer the earth in Killers From Space, a spectacularly silly movie from the 1950s. A touchstone science fiction movie from the 50s, Killers From Space has it all: goofy costumes, world domination, and nitwitted gadgetry. For all their technological prowess (they can raise the dead), the aliens are planning on […]

Roamin’ Wild (1936)

King of the Zombies (1941)

King of the Zombies is a comical horror movie from the early 1940s. Though he did not receive top billing due to race issues, African American comedian and actor Mantan Moreland is the star of this quirky film. Moreland plays the butler of an American Secret Agent (Dick Purcell) whos dispatched to a remote island […]

Revolt of the Zombies (1936)

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Klondike (1932)

Hollywood beauty Thelma Todd is a plays a woman of questionable morals in Klondike, an Alaskan adventure from the 1930s. Lyle Talbot is a doctor whos left his medical practice after botching an operation. Talbot decides to move to Alaska and start over, whereupon he meets the lascivious Todd. While Talbot is looking to find […]