Lou Bunin's Long Lost Stop-Motion Classic!! This unique and exceptional telling of the classic Alice in Wonderland tale is here to be enjoyed by both young and old. Follow Alice down the rabbit hole into a strange and surreal world of clay-animation and puppet creatures from the mind of Lewis Carroll. Stop-motion pioneer, Lou Bunin, created and animated many of the weird creatures that only exist in this one-of-a-kind Wonderland. Larry Scholl's Midnight Matinee: Legendary Hollywood story board artist, Larry Scholl, hand picks a wild selection of films both for kids and adults alike. The Midnight Matinee line of DVDs are great to share with your children on a Saturday Morning, but are off-kilter enough to enjoy with your adult friends late on a Saturday night. So grabs your kids, buds or beer and enjoy this nostalgic oddity!
Peter is instantly attracted to Elaine, a young actress and introduces himself. As the gossip columnist on a paper, he decides to invent a new and mysterious celebrity to write about. His invention is Mrs Smythe-Smythe, a white beauty from India whose social calendar becomes very sought-after news. She becomes a celebrity, and Elaine seizes the opportunity to impersonate her to gain attention. When Peter finds out that his imaginary star has appeared in person, he is mystified. Meanwhile Elaine is unaware that Peter is in fact the writer behind the character!
The Scarlet Pimpernel -- Sir Percy Blakeney (Leslie Howard) is an English aristocrat leading a double life, by day he's an effete aristocrat and by night he's the Scarlet Pimpernel, rescuing French nobles from the clutches of the French revolution under Robespierre's Reign of Terror.
The Scarlet Pimpernel -- Leslie Howard plays Sir Percy Blakeney, an 18th century English aristocrat who leads a double life. He appears to be merely the effete aristocrat...
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