Classic Erich Maria Remarque anti-war epic about a German youth who eagerly fights for his country during World War I, but gradually becomes disenchanted when he sees death up close. Controversial Best Picture Academy Award winner!
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm -- Rebecca's Uncle Harry leaves her with Aunt Miranda who forbids her to associate with show people. But neighbor Anthony Kent is a talent scout who secretly set it up for her to broadcast. Rebecca is sought by two rival cereal manufacturers to do their singing radio commercials.
Pepper -- Pepper, a young man begins to tell the story of how he ended up being placed in a juvenile detention center to another inmate. The story starts with him running away from home. Later another inmate asks him to finish this story. Pepper continues his his s
Love Birds -- Sometimes the best things in life happen on the fly. From the moment an injured duck crash-lands on Doug's roof, everything changes. Recently dumped and wallowing in self pity, Doug decides to nurse Pierre back to health with the assistance of an eccentric vet and bird specialist, Holly.
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A room full of german schoolboys are goaded by their schoolmaster to troop off to the glorious war in 1914 and set off to become soldiers. Their disenchantment begins with brutal basic training and then, as they board the train to the front , they see the crippled being rushed to hospital. It is their first glimpse on the grim-visaged reality of war. In the trenches, one by one the boys begin to fall.
Randolph Scott plays outlaw Vance Shaw who decides to change his ways and work for the growing Western Union company. His brother continues to pursue the life of an outlaw, even going so far as to try and sabotage the telegraph company as they lay down lines between Omaha and Salt Lake City. With the help of a Western Union executive Richard Blake (Robert Young), Scott attempts to keep the growing and important company out of the clutches of an immoral businessman (Dean Jagger). Western Union was adapted from a story by the noted western writer Zane Grey.
Two outlaw brothers lock horns when one gives up his criminal ways and goes to work for Western Union, laying lines in Omaha and Salt Lake City.
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