A Southern belle struggles with the devastation of the Civil War and Reconstruction. This all-time classic won 8 Academy Awards, including Best Picture!
Winner of 10 Academy Awardsr including Best Picture, and still history's all time domestic box-office champion ($1.5 billion), Gone with the Wind has long been considered the most celebrated motion picture of all time. On November 17, Warner Home Video (WHV) will honor the romantic epic with a stunningly restored and remastered version, available for the first time on Blu-ray. Gone with the Wind 70th Anniversary Ultimate Collectors Edition is sure to be a "must-have" for collectors of classic films, available both in Blu-ray as well as on DVD.
Convinced (without proof) that his neighbor is a killer, a man concocts a plan to rid the world of the evil fiend. But who is really getting away with murder?
A veteran lawman must decide if he wants to face four deadly gunslingers alone when the citizens of his town desert him. Classic western highlighted by Cooper's Oscar winning performance! Colorized version available.
Classic tale of a young idealist whose journey to Washington D.C. to help out a congressman opens his eyes to the corruption thriving there. Nominated for 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture!
The ambitious son of a racing driver struggles to succeed as a driver in his own right.
Remake of "Lady For a Day", in which a poor New York street vendor attempts to hide her poverty from her daughter and well-to-do future in-laws. Capra's last film and Ann-Margret's first!
Unusually vicious and aggressive sharks attack an oil rig in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico. Dane Quatrell and a team are sent to investigate, but the sharks are still on the prowl and now they have developed a taste for human blood.
Everyone at Port Chester University is politically correct--except for Droz and his fellow slackers at the Pit, the school's grungiest residence. They don't care who they offend! But a snotty preppy is in cahoots with the college's president to take over the house. Unless Droz can come up with $7,000, the Pit is history!
Riotous comic adventure about two hard-charging Seattle detectives who are forced to go under-cover with an inexperienced female District Attorney. It's an outrageous battle of wills when the unlikely trio must pose as one-big-happy-family while they infiltrate an upscale resort to stake out a missing witness in the case against a Las Vegas mob boss.
Two Seattle detectives go under-cover with an inexperienced female District Attorney. It's an outrageous battle of wills when the unlikely trio must pose as one-big-happy-family to stake out a missing witness in a case against a Las Vegas mob boss.
Academy Award(R) winner Richard Dreyfuss (1977 Best Actor, THE GOODBYE GIRL; WHAT ABOUT BOB?, MR. HOLLAND'S OPUS) and Emilio Estevez (Stakeout, Young Guns, The Mighty Duck) are back as hilarious, hard-charging Seattle detectives - this time forced to go undercover with an inexperienced Assistant D.A. (comedian Rosie O'Donnell - A League of Their Own, Sleepless in Seattle, Beautiful Girls). With Dreyfuss and O'Donnell posing as husband and wife, and Estevez charading as their grown son, chaos and calamity prevail as they spy on neighbors suspected of hiding an escaped Mafia witness on the run from the Feds and a mob hit man! This crowd-pleasing favorite delivers edge-of-your-seat excitement and nonstop laughs - you'll love it!
Apple Annie is an impish, gin-swilling New York City apple peddler who, through various enterprises, has saved enough to support her daughter--who has been at a posh European finishing school and has never seen her mother. The young woman, who thinks her mother is a society matron, is about to visit "The Big Apple." Apple Annie panics, thinking she will be discovered and disowned. But one of Apple Annie's hoodlum chums, Dave the Dude, has the idea for an elaborate masquerade using his Broadway connections....Based on 1933's Lady for a Day, which was adapted from a Damon Runyon story.
Lana Turner and Jason Robards star in a drama of passion and propriety as blue-blooded pillars of a small New England town who must face their defiant son's (George Hamilton) increasingly rebellious behavior.
Apple Annie is an impish, gin-swilling New York City apple peddler who, through various enterprises, has saved enough to support her daughter--who has been at a posh European finishing school and has never seen her mother. The young woman, who thinks her mother is a society matron, is about to visit "The Big Apple." Apple Annie panics, thinking she will be discovered and disowned. But one of Apple Annie's hoodlum chums has the idea for an elaborate masquerade... Based on 1933's Lady For a Day, which was adapted from a Damon Runyon story.
Andy trades in her uniform for something more risqué when she goes undercover as a prostitute. Tensions run high when Dov puts an informant’s life in jeopardy and it’s up to Andy to infiltrate a risky gun deal in progress to save her.
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Johnny introduces Theresa to his father and is taken by surprise when his Dad drops a bomb of a secret on him. Elsewhere, Brian struggles to find the right moves to put on his work crush (Voodoo), while Hank gets a new father figure that he never planned for (Cash).
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