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Family Classics Movie Collection: 2015

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Thursday, December 17, 2015

TCM Greatest War Film Collection

TCM Greatest Classic Film Collection: War (Battle of the Bulge / The Dawn Patrol / Gunga Din / Operation Pacific)

It's generally been hard for significant others of GeorgeStevens' awesome enterprise film GUNGA DIN to discover a duplicate that didn't seem as though it had been dragged through the earth. The print in this accumulation was, great. Teaming it with one of my most loved flying motion pictures, THE DAWN PATROL, made this an absolute necessity have.

BATTLE OF THEBULGE This epic recreation of one of World War II's pivotal clashes captures the explosive action of massive forces squaring off as well as the brave ingenuity of weary GIs trying to survive a cruel European winter. Ken Annakin (The Longest Day) directs an all-star juggernaut: Henry Fonda, Robert Shaw, Robert Ryan and more. THE DAWN PATROL Errol Flynn and David Niven take to the skies in this thrilling aerial action yarn as World War I British flyboys who unite in devil-may-care gallantry and in disdain for their commander (Basil Rathbone). But war's realities will soon tarnish their bonhomie and change their disdain to understanding. GUNGA DIN Cary Grant, Victor McLaglen and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. star as cheeky soldiers of Queen and Empire armed with battlefield gallantry and chin-up heroics as they combat a murderous sect in colonial India. Director George Stevens orchestrates teeming battles, boisterous humor – and an indelible title-role performance by Sam Jaffe. OPERATION PACIFIC Meet the dive-for-glory torpedo devils of the USS Thunderfish as John Wayne commands a desperate World War II submarine mission deep into enemy territory. Patricia Neal and Ward Bond co-star.

Sunday, December 13, 2015

TCM Greatest Gangsters Movie

TCM Greatest Classic: Gangsters - Humphrey Bogart

TCM and Warner keep on truckin' with these 4-great-films-for-cheap releases. After buying some of the newer titles it appears they have officially abandoned their double-sided flipper discs and opted for reusing the original single-sided discs with same disc labels (BTW these collections are all re-releases, nothing new). However they are housed in a stackable hub case which some people believe could scratch discs somehow. I've never come across a disc that's been damaged in these cases so I much prefer it over the flipper discs. With twice the discs (and subsequently the label artwork as well) it feels like you're getting just a little more for your money.
As for the films themselves, they are all quintessential classic cinema at it's finest. While Bogie isn't the lead in 2 of them (The Petrified Forest, The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse) he is fantastic in the smaller roles. All of them boast phenomenal casts with the likes of Edward G. Robinson, Ida Lupino, Bette Davis, Jackie Gleason and Phil Silvers. All Through the Night isn't really a gangster film but instead features Bogie as a good-natured kingpin gambler complete with a hilarious posse who uncovers an underground ring of Nazis - doesn't really fit in with the other movies but great stuff nonetheless. All discs have some special features like Warner's "Night at the Movies" which presents you with a period-appropriate trailer, newsreel, short subject and cartoon just like you would have seen at the theater back then.

More 4-movie collections from TCM & Warner will most likely be on the way given the rate they are cranking them out now. About 1/3 of the DVDs from their Warner Bros. Gangster Collections haven't yet been re-released in these moneysavers and they've got an incredible catalog of existing releases to pull from. After passing on a lot of DVDs over the years, it's convenient to see some get a second life at a more economical rate.

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

TCM Family Classic Legends

TCM Greatest Classic Legends: Lauren Bacall (Key Largo / Blood Alley / Dark Passage / Designing Woman)

Four Great old motion pictures. It is a good time for us old clocks to return to the past. More youthful blue-beam encompass sound individuals will most likely not be content with this accumulation. I'm mature enough (1929) to acknowledge both the old and the new. I have the most recent 3D 55 inch TV with the most recent sound. I have two full range speakers to one side and the privilege of the TV, a fabulous woofer and two back of the room speakers Super solid is accessible. for the most recent motion pictures .

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This entry in TCM/Warner Home Video's budget-priced classic movie collection is one of the best they've assembled. Lauren Bacall, one of the greatest actresses from the golden age, is featured in four memorable movies (sharing the screen in two of them with husband Humphrey Bogart). The pick of the bunch is DESIGNING WOMAN (which had actually been out-of-print for a couple of years before being reissued in this set).

 The two Bogie/Bacall titles are 1947's DARK PASSAGE and what was to be their final screen pairing, 1948's KEY LARGO. DARK PASSAGE is my personal favourite of all the Bogart-Bacall films. Wrongly jailed for the murder of his wife, Vincent Parry (Humphrey Bogart) escapes from San Quentin and is picked up by Irene Jansen (Lauren Bacall), a sympathiser who frequented Parry's trial, and by sheer coincidence, was in the area when Parry fled. Back in San Francisco, Parry undergoes plastic surgery in an attempt to disguise himself, but when his best friend is murdered and a small-time crook recognises the fugitive, Parry must track down whom he believes is the real person who killed his wife.
 KEY LARGO boasts an Academy Award-winning performance from Claire Trevor as a tragic gangster's moll, co-starring opposite Edward G. Robinson, who holds a group of disparate strangers hostage in a run-down hotel during a hurricane. Bacall is Nora Temple, the daughter of the hotel's aged owner (played by Lionel Barrymore in one of his great autumnal turns).
 Bacall stars opposite John Wayne in the splashy CinemaScope adventure BLOOD ALLEY, a 1955 production from Wayne's film company, Batjac. Set in Communist China, Bacall is Cathy Grainger, the daughter of a local doctor who has been murdered by the regime and begs sea captain Tom Wilder (John Wayne) to transport a boatload of Chinese refugees down the dangerous waterway known as "Blood Alley".

 Finally in the sparkling 1957 Vincente Minnelli-directed gem, DESIGNING WOMAN, Bacall gets to shine in a delicious "battle of the sexes" romp co-starring amiable Gregory Peck as a sportswriter who romances fashion designer Marilla (Bacall). Clarion-voiced Broadway import Dolores Gray co-stars as one of Peck's former flames who cannot help but meddle in their affairs.
 Conceived by longtime MGM costume designer Helen Rose, the shoot of DESIGNING WOMAN was scheduled around the time when Humphrey Bogart was gravely-ill with cancer. The lighthearted mood of the film must have provided a welcome distraction for Bacall - who turns in one of her greatest performances.

Sunday, November 29, 2015

TCM Greatest Murder Mysteries Collection

This is an astounding arrangement of four extraordinary films and at a conventional cost. "Dial M for Murder" seems to have been remastered, and tidied up, and truly looks incredible. The hues are rich and energetic and the blacks are profound. "The Big Sleep" however, is not remastered, and has dust spots on the negative. Likewise, the left half of the edge some of the time seems dull and does not have the profound blacks seen on the right half of the casing. "The Postman Always Rings Twice" likewise has dust spots, however "The Maltese Falcon" has all the earmarks of being perfect.I was astounded to additionally see that every film has numerous exceptional elements, incorporating meetings with different chiefs, film students of history, or archival specialists. The bundling is essential however it does the employment with a film on every side of two circles in a DVD case. This set is a fabulous purchase.
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THE MALTESE FALCON Some high-living lowlifes want to get their sweaty hands on a bejeweled falcon. Detective Sam Spade (Humphrey Bogart) wants to find out why – and who’ll take the fall for his pertner’s murder. Sydney Greenstreet, Mary Astor, Peter Lorre and Elisha Cook Jr. co-star in a crackling masterwork directed and written for the screen by John Huston. THE BIG SLEEP (1946) L.A. private eye Philip Marlowe (Humphrey Bogart) takes on a blackmail case…and wears out his gumshoes trailing murderers, nightclub rogues, the spoiled rich and more. Lauren Bacall joins Bogart under Howard Hawks’ brisk and atmospheric direction of an ace adaptation of Raymond Chandler’s novel. DIAL M FOR MURDER Alfred Hitchcock’s screen version of Frederick Knott’s stage hit casts Grace Kelly, Ray Milland and Robert Cummings as points of a romantic triangle. She loves Cummings; her husband Milland plots her murder. But when he dials a Mayfair exchange to set the plot in motion, his right number gets the wrong answer! THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE (1946) Based on the novel by James M. Cain (Double Indemnity, Mildred Pierce), this quintessential film noir stars John Garfield and Lana Turner as illicit lovers who botch a first attempt to bump off her husband, pull it off and betray each other at trial. Amorous attractions never proved so fatal as in this steamy, stormy classic.

Sunday, November 22, 2015

All Time Greatest clssic film collection

At A Glance TCM Greatest clssic film collection

This TCM/Warners fantastic motion picture gathering will be an awesome space-sparing option for those individuals whose DVD accumulations are getting marginally out of me! This set involves four unsurpassed excellent movies that won the pined for 'Best Picture' Academy Award in their individual years

MRS MINIVER: Greer Garson is a picture of bravery under flame in this mixing wartime dramatization, delightfully coordinated by William Wyler and co-featuring Walter Pidgeon and Teresa Wright. Extraordinary Features: Greer Garson Academy Awards discourse footage, shorts "Mr. Bigmouth" and "For the Common Defense", photograph display and trailer. 

CASABLANCA: Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in their famous parts of Rick and Ilsa, two previous mates who are put together again in wartime Casablanca. You must recall this! Unique Features: sound discourse by Rudy Behlmer, sound editorial by Roger Ebert, all-new presentation facilitated by Lauren Bacall. 

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS: Gene Kelly's unmatched move abilities, the sparkling screen introduction of Leslie Caron and the touchy heading of Vincente Minnelli join in this stunning musical fantastic. Exceptional Features: sound critique facilitated by Patricia Ward Kelly, shorts "Paris on Parade" and "Ensemble in Slang", and trailer. 

GIGI: The last hurrah of the amazing old MGM musical, rejoining star Leslie Caron and chief Vincente Minnelli in a lavish adjustment of Colette's well known novella. Uncommon Features: sound editorial by Jeanine Basinger and Leslie Caron, shorts "The Million Dollar Nickel" and "The Vanishing Duck", and trailer.


Disc 1, side A: Casablanca

Commentary by critic Roger Ebert

Commentary by historian Rudy Behlmer

Introduction by Lauren Bacall

English, French, and Spanish subtitles

Disc 1, side B: Mrs. Miniver

Greer Garson Academy Awards footage

Photo gallery

Two World War II-era shorts: Mr. Blabbermouth and For the Common Defense

Disc 2, side A: Gigi

Commentary by historian Jeanine Basinger with Leslie Caron

Vintage short: The Million Dollar Nickel

Classic CinemaScope cartoon: The Vanishing Duck

Theatrical trailer

English, French, and Japanese subtitles

Disc 2, side B: An American in Paris

Commentary hosted by Patricia Ward Kelly and featuring rare interviews with Gene Kelly, Vincente Minnelli, Arthur Freed, Alan Jay Lerner, Johnny Green, Saul Chaplin, Michael Feinstein, Preston Ames, and Irene Sharaff, and new observations by Leslie Caron and Nina Foch

Vintage FitzPatrick Traveltalks short: Paris on Parade

Classic cartoon: Symphony in Slang

English, French, Japanese, and Thai subtitles

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Children Best Classic

Newly restored movie "The Wizard of Oz"

 Like most children , I've watched this film many times in the past on telecast TV, then VHS tape, then LaserDisc ... be that as it may, I had never really SEEN "The Wizard of Oz" until this recently restored DVD turned out. It's an astounding exchange. The sepia-tone Kansas successions are startlingly sharp and clear, and the Technicolored world "Over the Rainbow" is really astonishing. I got myself captivated by subtle elements I had never seen: the sparkling corn stalks in the Scarecrow's field; the mirror-like floors of the Emerald City; the cleaned catches on the sentries' regalia. Extraordinarily, even the individual grains of red sand in the Witch's hourglass emerged and shimmered! All these minor-yet lavish visual points of interest served to increase the supernatural spell that the film has constantly woven, upgrading the exhibitions, the story, and the music.
 About The Film
The magic of M-G-M’s wonderfully colorful and unique fantasy has melted hearts for more than seven decades with its indelible melodies and transcendent themes of family, home and the courage to pursue dreams. To celebrate the beloved movie’s 75th anniversary, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is re-releasing The Wizard of Oz on DVD.

Adapted from L. Frank Baum’s timeless children’s tale about a Kansas girl’s journey over the rainbow, The Wizard of Oz starred Judy Garland as Dorothy, Ray Bolger as the Scarecrow; Bert Lahr as the Cowardly Lion; Jack Haley as the Tin Woodman and Margaret Hamilton as the Wicked Witch.

The Wizard of Oz received five Academy Award® nominations[1], including Best Picture (Outstanding Production), and captured two Oscars® -- Best Song (“Over the Rainbow”) and Best Original Score -- plus a special award for Outstanding Juvenile Performance by Ms. Garland

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

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Sunday, November 15, 2015

Family Classics 50 Movie Pack Collection

Family Classics 50 Movie Pack Collection

Looking for family classic movie ? then this is what you are looking for . This 50 classic movie collection is based on your  selection . you know this is tough to select a number of blockbuster from all of the movie . But I can surely tell you , you must like this collection . Enjoy your movie with family fun...

Titles Include:

  • Til the Clouds Roll By starring Judy Garland
  • The Medicine Man starring Jack Benny
  • Disorder in the Court starring The Three Stooges
  • Malice in the Palace starring The Three Stooges
  • The Brideless Groom starring The Three Stooges
  • Let's Get Tough starring East Side Kids
  • The Last Time I Saw Paris starring Elizabeth Taylor
  • Jane Eyre starring Virginia Bruce
  • A Star is Born starring Janet Gaynor
  • The Racketeer starring Carole Lombard
  • Gulliver's Travels starring Jessica Dragonette
  • Managed Money starring Shirley Temple
  • The General starring Buster Keaton
  • The Kid starring Charlie Chaplin
  • Long John Silver starring Robert Newton
  • The Scarlet Letter starring Coleen Moore
  • The Inspector General starring Danny Kaye
  • The Paleface starring Buster Keaton
  • That Gang of Mine starring East Side Kids
  • Son of Monte Cristo starring Louis Hayward
  • Captain Kidd starring Charles Laughton
  • The Time of Your Life starring James Cagney
  • A Farewell to Arms starring Gary Cooper
  • The Scarlet Pimpernel starring Leslie Howard
  • The Black Pirate starring Douglas Fairbanks, Sr.
  • Little Lord Fauntleroy starring Mickey Rooney
  • The Eagle starring Rudolph Valentino
  • The Great Dan Patch starring Dennis O'Keefe
  • My Dear Secretary starring Kirk Douglas
  • Royal Wedding starring Fred Astaire
  • Dora's Dunkin' Donuts starring Shirley Temple
  • Our Town starring William Holden
  • The Little Princess starring Shirley Temple
  • My Favorite Brunette starring Bob Hope
  • Pardon My Pups starring Shirley Temple
  • The Big Trees starring Kirk Douglas
  • Beyond Tomorrow starring Harry Carey
  • Sing a Song of Six Pants starring The Three Stooges
  • Flying Deuces starring Laurel & Hardy
  • The Blacksmith starring Buster Keaton
  • Africa Screams starring Abbott & Costello
  • The Golf Specialist starring W.C. Fields
  • Father's Little Dividend starring Spencer Tracy
  • The Dentist starr

  • Specific Actor of this collection