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    Cinderella

    Cinderella

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    Released 1950
    Walt Disney's CINDERELLA, based on the world’s greatest fairy tale, has captivated audiences for generations with its spellbinding story, memorable music, spectacular animation and unforgettable characters. Now, with an all-new digital restoration, CINDERELLA sparkles like never before.moreless
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    Alice In Wonderland

    Alice In Wonderland

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    Released 1951
    Experience the magic and majesty of this ultimate collector's dream. Featuring Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix, this remarkable digital restoration boasts pristine sound and unparalleled picture quality. Join Alice as she chases the White Rabbit and journeys into a topsy-turvy world that gets "curiouser and curiouser" as her fantastical adventures unfold. Meet the Mad Hatter, March Hare, Tweedledee & Tweedledum, the Cheshire Cat, the Queen of Hearts and more unforgettable characters, all set against a backdrop of awe-inspiring splendor.moreless
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    The Magnificent Seven

    The Magnificent Seven

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    Released 1960
    The Magnificent Seven is the 1960 Western adaptation of Akira Kurosawa's acclaimed Japanese martial arts action drama 'Seven Samurai,' featuring a Who's Who cast of legendary Western and action film stars. Eli Wallach (The Good, The Bad and The Ugly) plays Mexican bandit Calvera, who frequents a Mexican peasant village with his gang, raiding it for food and everything they have, so often that the villagers are fed up but too scared to do anything about it. To this end, they venture to an American trading post to try and rustle up some protection with personal items they have scrounged together for sale. Witnessing a tremendous feat of bravado by two obvious men of action, Chris Adams (Yul Brenner) and Vin Tanner (Steve McQueen), the farmers decide that these are their guys and although they take some convincing, they finally agree and set upon gathering the rest of their impromptu posse, which they will unite with to face the marauding Calvera. Also starring Charles Bronson, James Coburn and Robert Vaughan.moreless
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    The Long, Long Trailer

    The Long, Long Trailer

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    Released 1953
    Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz live slaphappily ever after as newlyweds honeymooning in The Long, Long Trailer, breezily directed by Vincente Minnelli. They quickly find that the interior of a moving trailer is ideal for tossing a Caesar salad - and everything else. That backing up their 40-foot, three-ton home is only a little more difficult than threading a needle wearing boxing gloves. And that trailer-park folks are neighborly sorts who turn the lovebirds' rig into the wrong, wrong trailer by crashing the wedding night.Co-starring comedy pros Marjorie Main and Keenan Wynn (Ball's frequent co-star in her MGM days), this smash was filmed at the height of the I Love Lucy craze and is packed with the inventive sight gags and physical humor that made the series a TV landmark. If you like the Trailer, you're going to love the movie!moreless
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    The Hound of the Baskervilles

    The Hound of the Baskervilles

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    Released 1959
    In the 18th century, the arrogant, cruel Sir Hugo Baskerville (David Oxley) brutalizes a servant and prepares to turn the man's daughter over to his equally depraved companions, but she escapes. When he catches up with the girl in a ruined abbey, he kills her and then is attacked and killed himself - according to legend, by a huge and diabolical hound. 150 years later, Sherlock Holmes (Peter Cushing) and Dr. Watson (Andre Morell) are consulted by Dr. Richard Mortimer (Francis DeWolff) after the recent death of the wealthy Sir Charles Baskerville, who died -- apparently of fright -- on the Devonshire moors near that same ruined abbey. Sir Charles's nephew, Sir Henry, is the last of the Baskervilles - is he in danger? Is the legendary "hound of the Baskervilles" only too real, and loose upon the moors?moreless
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    The Big Country

    The Big Country

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    Released 1958
    The Big Country is a classic 1958 dramatic western from United Artists, directed by legendary filmmaker William Wyler (Ben-Hur, Roman Holiday, The Best Years of Our Lives, Funny Girl). Peace-loving easterner James "Jim" McKay (Gregory Peck, To Kill A Mockingbird, Moby Dick, Cape Fear, The Omen, The Guns of Navarone, Roman Holiday) arrives in the western town of San Rafael, to marry adoring blonde Patricia "Pat" Terrill (Carroll Baker, Giant, How The West Was Won, Kindergarten Cop, The Game). Then, McKay becomes involved in the feud between the families led by her father Henry Terrill (Charles Bickford, Days of Wine and Roses, A Star is Born) and rival Rufus Hannassey (Burl Ives, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, East of Eden, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof). McKay also meets sexual tension with soft-formed school-teacher Julie Maragon (Jean Simmons, Spartacus) and sex-seethed, hard-bodied Steve Leech (Charlton Heston, Planet of the Apes, Touch of Evil, The Ten Commandments).moreless
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    The Bad Seed

    The Bad Seed

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    Released 1956
    The Bad Seed is a 1956 American horror film that was nominated for four Academy Awards. Rhoda Penmark (Patty McCormack) is by all appearances a normal girl. She likes to play the piano, sing songs, and tap dance. Her father heads off for military service leaving her alone with her mother, Christine (Nancy Kelly). One day, Christine gets news that a child from Rhoda's school has died. She is relieved to discover that her daughter is okay, but she is worried that Rhoda will be traumatized by the death of the little boy from her class. Rhoda seems unfazed by it. However, Rhoda seems to have a sinister secret. She was seen with the boy on the docks just before he died, and Christine finds a medal that the boy had won in Rhoda's room. Christine keeps a dark secret from her own past; though she was adopted when she was young and her birth father was a serial killer. Now she has concerns about Rhoda's innocence.moreless
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    Cry Danger

    Cry Danger

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    Released 1951
    Cry Danger is a 1951 film-noire drama directed by Robert Parrish. Filmed in just 21 days, the story follows Rocky Mulloy (Dick Powell), an ex-Marine sentenced to life in prison for a murder and robbery he didn't commit. Five years later, a man named Delong (Richard Erdman) comes forward with an alibi. Rocky is released from prison. Now, Rocky is bound and determined to find the killers and clear his friend, Danny Morgan, who was also convicted of the crime. Delong, however, has other plans. When they visit Danny's wife, Nancy (Rhonda Fleming), Rocky finds out Delong is more interested in finding the missing money than clearing Danny. Together, the trio tracks down bookie, Louis Castro (William Conrad), who they believe may be connected to the robbery. When shots are fired and the truth finally comes out, Rocky must decide who to trust and how to make things right again. Fans of 1950s film-noire will be captivated by this character driven drama.moreless
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    The Man From Laramie

    The Man From Laramie

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    Released 1955
    The Man From Laramie is an American Western starring James Stewart as Will Lockhart, a cowboy who gets caught up in the dangerous affairs of a ranching family in Coronado after bringing a shipment of supplies there from Laramie. The Waggoman family run a profitable business in Coronado. Amongst their several legal enterprises, popular opinion has it that they also sell guns to a local Native American tribe, guns that killed Will Lockhart's brother. The more time Lockhart spends in Coronado the harder it is for him to leave, as the scheming Waggoman family bait the traveling cowboy into a series of fights. He takes refuge at the estate of another local rancher, Kate Canady, who hopes the strong-willed cowboy will put an end to the Waggoman's reign once and for all. The Man From Laramie is a classic Western, and it's the fifth collaboration between Stewart and famed Western and film noir director Anthony Mann.moreless
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    The Man Who Knew Too Much

    The Man Who Knew Too Much

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    Released 1956
    The Man Who Knew Too Much is a suspenseful thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock that follows a vacationing British couple, Bob and Jill Lawrence (Leslie Banks and Edna Best), whose recent acquaintance with a foreign Louis Bernard (Pierre Fresnay) pulls them into a world of spies, assassinations, and crime. Louis had been staying in their Swiss hotel and while he danced with Jill during a party, he is assassinated and revealed a French spy. Just before he died, he tells the Lawrences the secret information that needed to be passed on to the British government. Unfortunately, things are never quite easy as a quite charismatic but manipulative assassin Abbott (Peter Lorre) kidnaps the Lawrence's daughter Betty (Nova Pilbeam). Not sure of what to do to save their daughter, Bob and Jill go deep into the underbelly to figure out where the assassins would strike next and how to get their daughter back. The Man Who Knew Too Much is considered one of Hitchcock's most successful and critically acclaimed British films and was later remade by the director almost two decades later. It is the only film to ever be remade by Hitchcock.moreless
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    The Rifleman Movie

    The Rifleman Movie

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    Released 1958
    The Rifleman was western series that broadcast by ABC at Tuesday as 30 minutes show in all part of the USA. It premiered on September 30, 1958 until it reaches the finale on April 8, 1963 as it classified on Action's adventure series. It starred Chuck Connors as Lucas McCain who's a widower and Union veteran of the civil war and Johnny Crawford played as Mark, the son of McCain. That lived on a ranch just outside the fictitious town of North Fork, New Mexico territorymoreless
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    Peeping Tom

    Peeping Tom

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    Released 1960
    Peeping Tom, first seen in 1960, is now regarded as a classic psychological thriller; but, when new, it was by far the most controversial film ever to be made by the legendary British director Michael Powell. It concerns Mark, a shy, repressed young man who works as a cameraman on films and in his spare time makes some extra cash on the side taking still photographs of scantily clad models. But he is also a serial killer who films his (always female) victims at the very moment of their deaths. Even seen today, the film is a pretty shocking one.moreless
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    Ben-Hur: Collector's Edition

    Ben-Hur: Collector's Edition

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    Released 1959
    Ben-Hur: Collector's Edition is a 2005 enhanced release of the 1959 epic classic based on the book by Lew Wallace. It follows the life of Judah Ben-Hur (Charlton Heston), a Judean prince living in the first century A.D., and his friend Messala (Stephen Boyd), a Roman who eventually becomes his greatest enemy. Seperated from his love Esther (Haya Hayareet), Mother Miriam (Martha Scott), and sister Tirzah (Cathy O'Donnell), Ben-Hur is sold into slavery by Messala in order to frighten the Jewish population into submission. But he eventually becomes entangled in another story altogether - the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is a fantastic tale of redemption and forgiveness that echoes throughout film history. The special effects and climatic scenes such as the naval battle and ground breaking chariot race are every bit as exciting today as they were in 1959. The Collector's Edition boasts an enhanced film transfer from the restored 65mm originals.moreless
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    Vertigo

    Vertigo

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    Released 1958
    Vertigo is a classic combination of the suspenseful tension of director Alfred Hitchcock and beleaguered leading man James Stewart in a 1958 mystery thriller. The American Film Institute voted "Vertigo" as the number one Mystery Film of all time in 2008. The film follows Scottie Ferguson (James Stewart), a police detective that must resign from the San Francisco force when he develops a paralyzing case of vertigo, an overwhelming fear of falling. He changes careers to an independent investigator and receives a case from an old friend, Gavin Elster (Tom Helmore). Gavin's wife, Madeleine (Kim Novak) has been acting strangely lately, and believes she may be possessed by a spirit. At first, Scottie wants nothing to do with a marital case, but as soon as he sees Madeline, he takes the case. As Madeline speaks more and more of death, Scottie becomes more entranced with her, but at a critical moment his disabling vertigo prevents him from keeping her safe. Scottie thinks he has lost her forever until he notices sales girl Judy Barton (also Kim Novak), who looks just like a brunette version of the blond Madeline. Then, Scottie's confusion and guilt leads to a dizzying climax in this dark psychological drama.moreless
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    The Seven Year Itch

    The Seven Year Itch

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    Released 1955
    The Seven Year Itch is a 1955 romantic comedy directed by Billy Wilder. Richard Sherman (Tommy Ewell) is a Manhattan business person left alone for the summer to work while his wife, Helen Sherman (Evelyn Keyes) and son head to the country. Sherman has resolved himself not to carouse like many of his associates while they lead the lives of bachelors over the summer. When a voluptuous blonde (Marilyn Monroe) moves in upstairs, Sherman's imagination gets the better of him. The seductive and flirtatious girl drops downstairs to Richard's apartment, and he invites her to dinner. When the girl confides that she keeps her undergarments in the icebox in the hot weather, his fidelity is put to the test. Great, comedic performances are delivered by a nervous plumber (Victor Moore), Ewell's boss (Donald McBride) and a handyman (Robert Strauss). This movie includes one of Hollywood's greatest movie images when Monroe's white dress blows skyward as she stands by a passing subway car.moreless
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    Vera Cruz

    Vera Cruz

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    Released 1954
    Vera Cruz is a 1954 classic western starring Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster. Set in 1866 during the time of the turbulent Franco-Mexican War, two Americans, Ben (Gary Cooper) and Joe (Burt Lancaster), decide to cross the border and take advantage of the Mexican uprising to make some money. Ben, looking to restore his civil war losses, and Joe, always in search of a quick buck, sign up as mercenaries for the Mexican Emperor Maximillian (George Macready). Emperor Maximillian hires the pair, along with other questionable characters, to escort the Countess Marie Duvarre (Denise Darcel) across violent lands to the port of Vera Cruz. Along the way, they discover that the Countess is secretly transporting $3 million in gold intended to support the French Army. However, with Mexican rebels on their trail, the mercenaries soon realize that the Countess' operation is not as clandestine as she had assumed. All are tempted by the allure of the gold, and what follows is a series of double-crosses that has everyone questioning their allegiances.moreless
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    Auntie Mame

    Auntie Mame

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    Released 1958
    Auntie Mame is a 1958 comedy drama movie, directed by Morton DaCosta and starring Rosalind Russell, based on the novel of the same name by Patrick Dennis. When young Patrick Dennis (Jan Handzlik) is orphaned following the unexpected death of his father, he finds himself in the care of his father's sister, the eccentric Mame (Rosalind Russell). Auntie Mame's flamboyant lifestyle is very different from the one Patrick was used to, under the care of his straight laced father, but he enjoys it. That is, until Dr. Dwight Babcock (Fred Clark), the executor of the vast fortune that Patrick's father left him, arrives on the scene and his disapproval taints everything. Dr. Babcock wishes to provide Patrick with more structure, which includes signing him up for a strict boarding school. The film chronicles Patrick's life as he grows up under the influence of a variety of individuals, with various personalities and ideas of what he should be and become, and follows him as he discovers who he truly is. Auntie Mame was nominated for six 1959 Oscars, as well as another three awards, and it won six awards, including the prestigious Golden Laurel and Golden Globe Awards.moreless
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    Abbott & Costello Meet the Mummy

    Abbott & Costello Meet the Mummy

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    Released 1955
    Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy is the 1955 film directed by Charles Lamont starring the classic comedy duo Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. Freddie Franklin (Costello) and Peter Patterson (Abbott) are adventuring through Egypt when they overhear Dr. Gustav Zoomer (Kurt Katch) discussing the secret medallion hidden within the Tomb of Princess Ara. Written on the medallion are directions to the hidden treasure of Princess Ara. Unfortunately, Madamde Rontru (Marie Windsor), a businesswoman interested in the medallion, and Semu (Richard Deacon), the leader of The Followers of Klaris, also overhear this well kept secret. When Pete and Freddie decide that their new job should be to accompany the mummy back to America, they visit the doctor's office to apply for the position. When they arrive they discover that Semu's men have killed the doctor, but have accidentally left the medallion behind. When they try to sell the medallion after realizing it is cursed, hijinks ensue and the intrepid explorers must find their way out of murder plot involving the two of them and Semu's men. Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy is the 28th and final Abbott and Costello film released by Universal Pictures.moreless
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    The Trouble with Harry

    The Trouble with Harry

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    Released 1955
    The Trouble with Harry is a 1955 classic black comedy directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Harry, a stranger, is found dead at the top of a hill outside of a small village in Vermont. Captain Albert Wiles (Edmund Gwenn) believes he may be responsible, as he was hunting rabbits just outside of the village. Miss Ivy Gravely (Mildred Natwick) also has a nagging suspicion that she may have been the cause of Harry's demise, as she had clobbered him with her hiking boot. A third person also believes she might have killed Harry - young Jennifer Rogers (Shirley MacLaine), Harry's wife, who believes he may have died after she hit him with a bottle. In any case, all three would like to keep the death from coming to the attention of Deputy Sheriff Calvin Wiggs (Royal Dano). With the help of Sam Marlowe (John Forsythe), an impoverished artist, they bury the unfortunate Harry. But he keeps having to be resurrected...moreless
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    Beat the Devil

    Beat the Devil

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    Released 1953
    Beat the Devil is a comic adventure yarn about a group of shady characters trying to arrange a lucrative (but more than slightly dishonest) uranium deal in East Africa. Reluctantly attached to the group is Billy Dannreuther (Humphrey Bogart), once a man of wealth but now forced by poverty (and his voluptuous Italian wife and her expensive tastes) to throw in his lot with a crook named Peterson (Robert Morley) and his motley crew of confederates. But the group has a problem - they are stuck in a small Italian sea-port, hindered by a malfunctioning boat, the Nyanga, and its permanently inebriated captain. And then there are the Chelms - a seemingly very proper English couple (played by Edward Underdown and Jennifer Jones). But the husband is perhaps not as grand as he seems, and the wife seems to be a pathological fantast, and if Billy weren't so bored by his circumstances and so worried by a murder that has just happened in London, he might have nothing to do with them...moreless
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