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Great  &  Unsung  Movies
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Great cinema, both well-known & unsung,
that you may not be aware of or have forgotten . . .

back on Page 1:   selected films, A to Z   •   not on video/DVD   •   books on worst movies   •   books on best movies

here on Page 2:   compilations {just below}

Compilations on DVD

Ultimate Comedy DVD Collection 30-disk box set  "Ultimate Comedy DVD Collection (30-pack)" Box Set [2003]
Warner Home Video widescreen color DVD set [9/2003] 30 disks - out of prodn/scarce
original price was $478.49 (which comes out to $16 each!)
contains 30 feature films, 1974-2002: "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" [1994] starring Jim Carrey; "Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls" [1995 sequel] starring Jim Carrey; "The American President" [1995] starring Michael Douglas; "Analyze This" [1999]; "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery" [1997]; "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" [1999 sequel]; "Austin Powers In Goldmember" [2002 sequel]; "Being There" [1979 classic] starring Peter Sellers; "Best In Show" [2000]; "Blazing Saddles" [1974] co-written & directed by Mel Brooks; "Caddyshack"[1980] starring Rodney Dangerfield &
Bill Murray; "Dave" [1993] starring Kevin Kline; "Dumb & Dumber" [1994] starring Jim Carrey & Jeff Daniels; "Grumpy Old Men" [1993] starring Jack Lemmon & Walter Matthau; "Grumpier Old Men" [1995 sequel]; "Joe versus The Volcano" [1990] starring Tom Hanks & Meg Ryan; "Little Shop of Horrors" [1986 remake]; "The Mask" [1994] starring Jim Carrey; "Maverick" [1994] starring Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster & James Garner; "Michael" [1996] starring John Travolta; "Miss Congeniality" [2000] starring Sandra Bullock; "Ocean's Eleven" [2001 remake] starring George Clooney, Brad Pitt & Julia Roberts; "Practical Magic" [1998] starring Sandra Bullock & Nicole Kidman; "Rush Hour"
[1998] starring Jackie Chan & Chris Tucker; "Rush Hour 2" [2001 sequel] starring Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker; "Wag The Dog" [1997] starring Dustin Hoffman & Robert De Niro; "Waiting For Guffman" [1996] by Christopher Guest; "The Wedding Singer" [1998] starring Adam Sandler & Drew Barrymore; "The Whole Nine Yards" [2000] starring Bruce Willis & Matthew Perry; and "You've Got Mail" [1998] starring Tom Hanks & Meg Ryan

Weird Cinema / 15 Freaky Flicks  "Weird Cinema: 15 Freaky Flicks, 1938-1968" [2007]
Passport b&w/color DVD compilation [11/2007] 5 disks for $17.99
includes "The Terror of Tiny Town" [1938]: the first (and only) all-midget Western movie; "Child Bride" [1938]; "Hitler: Dead or Alive" [1942]; Oscar-winner "Bill and Coo" [1948]; "Chained For Life" [1951]; Ed Wood's "Glen or Glenda" [1953] directed by & starring Ed Wood; "Mesa of Lost Women" [1953] starring Jackie Coogan; "The Killer Shrews" [1959]; "Teenagers From Outer Space" [1959]; "Night Tide" [1961] starring Dennis Hopper & Luana Anders; "Carnival of Souls" [1962]; "Wild Guitar" [1962]; "The Sadist" [1963]; "Santa Claus Conquers The Martians" [1964]; and "Spider Baby" [1968] starring Lon Chaney Jr. & Mantan Moreland
Hollywood Classics Golden Age of The Silver Screen tin-can DVD set  "Hollywood Classics: The Golden Age of The Silver Screen" DVD Box Set [2011]
Madacy Collector Edition tin-can DVD set [1/2011] 5 disks for $14.28
contains 10 feature films: "A Farewell To Arms" [which one?] based on the novel by Ernest Hemingway; "Father's Little Dividend" [1951] directed by Vincente Minnelli, starring Spencer Tracy & Elizabeth Taylor; "Life With Father" [1947] starring Elizabeth Taylor; "The Little Princess" [1939] starring Shirley Temple; "Made For Each Other" [which one?]; "Meet John Doe" [1941] directed by Frank Capra, starring Gary Cooper & Barbara Stanwyck; "My Favorite Brunette" [1947] starring Bob Hope & Dorothy Lamour; "Penny Serenade" [1941] directed by George Stevens, starring Cary Grant & Irene Dunne; "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" [which one?] based on the short story by Ernest Hemingway; "Till The Clouds Roll By" [1946 musical]; plus bonus booklet

Hollywood Classics: The Golden Age of The Silver Screen DVD box set  "Hollywood Classics: The Golden Age of The Silver Screen" 10-DVD Box Set [2011]
Madacy DVD set [9/2011] 10 disks for $16.16
contains 20 feature films: "A Farewell To Arms" [which one?] based on the novel by Ernest Hemingway; "Anna Karenina" [which one?]; "At War With The Army" [1950] starring Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis; "Dinner At The Ritz" [1937]; "Eternally Yours" [1939]; "Father's Little Dividend"
[1951] directed by Vincente Minnelli, starring Spencer Tracy & Elizabeth Taylor; "The Flying Deuces" [1939] starring Laurel & Hardy; "Heartbeat"
[which one?]; "The Inspector General" [which one?]; "Life With Father" [1947] starring Elizabeth Taylor; "The Little Princess" [1939] starring Shirley Temple; "Made For Each Other" [which one?]; "Meet John Doe" [1941] directed by Frank Capra, starring Gary Cooper & Barbara Stanwyck; "My Favorite Brunette" [1947] starring Bob Hope & Dorothy Lamour; "Of Human Bondage" [which one?]; "Outpost in Morocco" [1949] starring George Raft; "Penny Serenade" [1941] directed by George Stevens, starring Cary Grant & Irene Dunne; "The Smallest Show On Earth" [1957] starring Peter Sellers; "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" [which one?] based on the short story by Ernest Hemingway; and "Till The Clouds Roll By" [1946 musical]

Ultimate Hollywood Cinema Collector's Edition DVD box set  "Ultimate Hollywood Cinema Collector's Edition Gift Box Set" on DVD [2012]
official writeups say 60+ films on 8 disks, reviewer says 62 films on ten disks; Amazon reviewer also reports low-quality transfers of these often public domain films, possibly because they are squoze down onto 8 or 10 disks – BUT since the original list price comes out to 45˘ per film and 2014 price is 16˘ per film, this could be a worthwhile purchase for many • T.G.G. Direct DVD set [1/2012] 8 or 10? disks for $27.95
contains 60 feature films (detail on Amazon lists only 59 specific titles): "A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur's Court" [1970 TV movie?] from the Mark Twain novel; "A Hazard of Hearts" [1987 TV movie]; "A Sensitive Passionate Man" [1977 TV movie]; "A Tattered Web" [1971 TV movie] starring Lloyd Bridges; "Adventure Island" [1947] from a novel by Robert Louis Stevenson; "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" [1955?] from the Mark Twain novel; "Algiers" [1938]
starring Charles Boyer & Hedy Lamarr; "Anna Karenina" [which one?]; "Arch of Triumph" [which one?]; "Bail Out" [1989]; "Beat The Devil" [1953] directed by John Huston, starring Humphrey Bogart; "Becky Sharp" [1935] directed by Rouben Mamoulian; "Betrayal" [which one?]; "Born To Be Sold" [1981 TV movie]; "Call of The Wild" [which one?] based on the 1903 novel by Jack London; "Concrete Cowboys" [1979 TV pilot] starring Tom Selleck; "Crossbar" [1979 TV movie]; "Cuba Crossing" [1980]; "Cyrano de Bergerac" [which one?]; "David Copperfield" [which one?]; "The Deadly Thief" aka "Shalimar" [India 1978] starring Rex Harrison; "Death Sentence" [1974 TV movie]; "Five Minutes To Live" [1961] starring Johnny Cash; "High Risk" [1981]; "Hustling" [1975 TV movie] based on Gail Sheehy's book; "I Cover The Waterfront" [1933]; "If Tomorrow Comes" [1971 TV movie?]; "Jane Eyre" [which one?]; Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book" [1942] starring Sabu; "Katherine" [1975 TV movie] starring Sissy Spacek & Art Carney; "Lady of Burlesque" [1943] starring Barbara Stan-wyck; "Laser Mission" [1989]; "The Last of The Belles" [1974 TV movie] based on the short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald; "The Last Time I Saw Paris" [1954] starring Liz Taylor; "Legend of Sea Wolf" [Italy 1975] based on the 1904 novel by Jack London; "Little Men" [which one?]; "Lovers and Liars" [which one?]; "Macbeth" [which one?]; "Maybe I'll Come Home In The Spring" [1971 TV movie] starring Sally Field; "Mesmerized" [1986] starring Jodie Foster; "The Missouri Traveler" [1958] starring Lee Marvin; "Nicholas Nickleby" [which one?]; "The Night They Took Miss Beautiful" [1977 TV movie]; "Of Human Bondage" [which one?]; "Pied Piper of Hamelin" [which one?]; "Portrait of A Showgirl" [1982 TV movie] starring Tony Curtis; "Power, Passion, and Murder" [1982 TV movie] starring Michelle Pfeiffer; "The Promise of Love" [1980 TV movie]; "The Red House" [1947] starring Edward G. Robinson; "Scarlet Letter" [which one?] based on Nathaniel Hawthorne's 1850 novel; "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" [which one?] based on the short story by Ernest Hemingway; "Somewhere Tomor-row" [1983] starring Sarah Jessica Parker; "The Swiss Conspiracy" [1975]; "Tale of Two Cities" [which one?]; "They Made Me A Criminal" [1939] directed by Busby Berkeley, starring John Garfield & The Dead End Kids; "The 39 Steps" [which one?]; "Vanity Fair" [which one?]; "When The Bough Breaks" [which one?]; and "Winner Take All" [which one?]

Fabulous Forties 50 Classic Features DVD box set   "The Fabulous Forties: 50 Classic Features Movie Set" DVD Box Set [2012]
Mill Creek Ent. DVD set [7/2012] 12 disks for $16.88
contains 50 feature films, 1936-1950; four are in color: "The Adventures of Gallant Bess" [color 1948] starring Cameron Mitchell, Audrey Long, Fuzzy Knight & Gallant Bess the Wonder Horse; "The Adventures of Tartu" [1943] starring Robert Donat, Valerie Hobson, Walter Rilla & Glynis Johns; "The Black Book" aka "Reign of Terror" [1949] directed by Anthony Mann, starring Robert Cummings, Richard Basehart & Arlene Dahl; "Boys of The City" [1940] starring The East Side Kids (Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Frankie Burke, Dave O'Brien, Ernest Morrison); "Broadway Limited" [Hal Roach Studios 1941] starring Patsy Kelly, ZaSu Pitts, Dennis O'Keefe, Victor McLaglen & Marjorie Woodworth; "The Chase" [1946] starring Robert Cummings, Michele Morgan, Peter Lorre & Steve Cochran ; "Cheers For Miss Bishop" [1941] adapted from the novel by Bess Streeter Aldrich, starring Martha Scott, William Gargan & Edmund Gwenn; "The Devil Bat" [1940] starring Bela Lugosi; "Dick Tracy's Dilemma" [1947] starring Ralph Byrd, Kay Christopher & Jack Lambert; "Dishonored Lady" [1947] starring Hedy Lamarr, William Lund-
igan & Dennis O'Keefe; "D.O.A." [April 1950] starring Edmund O'Brien, Pamela Britton & Beverly Garland; "Dr. Kildare's Strange Case" [1940] story by Max Brand, starring Lew Ayres, Lionel Barrymore, Laraine Day; "Drums of Africa" aka "Jungle Man" [1941] starring Buster Crabbe; "Freckles Comes Home" [1942] starring Johnny Downs, Gale Storm & Mantan More-land; "Guest In The House" [1944] starring Ann Baxter, Ralph Bellamy, Ruth Warrick; "Gung Ho" [1943] starring Randolph Scott, J. Carrol Naish, Robert Mitchum & Noah Beery Jr.; "His Girl Friday" [1940] produced & directed by Howard Hawks, starring Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell, Ralph Bellamy; "The Immortal Battalion" aka "The Way Ahead" [1944] directed by Carol Reed, starring David Niven, Stanley Holloway & Leo Genn; "Jack London" [1943] starring Susan Hayward & Michael O'Shea; Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book" [Technicolor 1942] music by Miklós Rózsa, starring Sabu; "The Lady Confesses" [1945] starring Mary Beth Hughes & Hugh Beaumont; "Lady of Burlesque" [1943] directed by William A. Wellman, starring Barbara Stanwyck; "The Last Chance" [1945] starring E.G. Morrison, John Hoy & Ray Reagan; "Lil' Abner" [R.K.O. 1940] starring Granville Owen (Jeff York), Martha O'Driscoll, Mona Ray, Johnnie Morris & Buster Keaton; "Love Laughs At Andy Hardy" [1947] starring Mickey Rooney, Bonita Granville, Lewis Stone; "Meet John Doe" [Warner Bros./Vitagraph 1941] directed by Frank Capra, music by Dimitri Tiomkin, starring Gary Cooper, Barbara Stanwyck, Edward Arnold & Walter Brennan; "My Man Godfrey" [1936] starring William Powell & Carole Lombard; "The North Star" aka "Armored Attack!" [1943] directed by Lewis Milestone, written by Lillian Hellman, starring Dana Andrews, Anne Baxter, Walter Huston & Walter Brennan; "Outpost In Morocco" [1949] starring George Raft, Marie Windsor & Eduard Franz; "Passport To Pimlico" [Rank/Ealing 1949] starring Stanley Holloway, Michael Hord-ern, Betty Warren & Margaret Rutherford; "Penny Serenade" [1941] directed by George Stevens, starring Cary Grant, Irene Dunne & Edgar Buchanan; "Port of New York" [1949] starring Yul Brynner, Scott Brady, K.T. Stevens & Richard Rober; "Pot o' Gold" [1941] directed by George Marshall, starring James Stewart, Paulette Goddard, Horace Heidt & Art Carney; "The Red House" [1947] adapted & directed by Delmer Daves, starring Edward G. Robinson, Judith Anderson, Allene Roberts & Lon McCallister; "Scared Stiff" aka "Treasure of Fear" [1945] starring Jack Haley, Ann Savage & Barton MacLane; "Second Chorus" [1940] starring Fred Astaire, Paulette Goddard, Burgess Meredith & Artie Shaw; "Shock" [1946] starring Vincent Price, Lynn Bari, Frank Latimore & Reed Hadley; "The Sin of Harold Diddlebock" [1947] written & directed by Preston Sturges, starring Harold Lloyd, Jimmy Conlin, Rudy Vallee, Edgar Kennedy & Frances Ramsden; "Smash-Up: The Story of A Woman" [1947] co-written by Dorothy Parker, starring Susan Hayward, Lee Bowman, Marsha Hunt & Eddie Albert; "The Stork Club" [1945] starring Betty Hutton, Barry Fitzgerald, Don DeFore & Robert Benchley; "The Strange Love of Martha Ivers" [1946] directed by Lewis Milestone, starring Barbara Stanwyck, Kirk Douglas, Van Heflin & Lizabeth Scott; "The Strange Woman" [1946] directed by Edgar G. Ulmer & Douglas Sirk, starring Hedy Lamar, George Sanders, Louis Hayward & Gene Lockhart; "Sundown" [1941] directed by Henry Hathaway, music by Miklós Rózsa, starring Gene Tierney, Bruce Cabot & George Sanders; "That Uncertain Feeling" [1941] directed by Ernst Lubitsch, starring Merle Oberon, Melvyn Douglas, Burgess Meredith & Alan Mowbray; "This Is The Army" [Technicolor 1943] directed by Michael Curtiz, starring Ronald Reagan, George Murphy, Joan Leslie & Dolores Costello; "Topper Returns" [1941] directed by Roy Del Ruth, starring Roland Young, Joan Blondell, Billie Burke & Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson; "The Town Went Wild" [1944] starring Freddie Bartholomew, Jimmy Lydon, Edward Everett Horton & Tom Tully; "Trapped" [1949] directed by Richard Fleischer, starring Lloyd Bridges, Barbara Payton & John Hoyt; "Tulsa" [Technicolor 1949] starring Susan Hayward, Robert Preston & Pedro Armendariz; and "Whistle Stop" [1946] music by Dimitri Tiomkin, starring George Raft, Ava Gardner & Victor McLaglen

Nifty Fifties 50 Classic Features DVD box set  "The Nifty Fifties: 50 Classic Features Movie Set" DVD Box Set [2012]
Mill Creek Ent. DVD set [4/2012] 12 disks for $13.65
contains 50 feature-length films, 1949-1958; eight are in color and eight are TV shows: "A Bolt of Lightning" TV show [CBS-TV/Studio One Nov 1951] starring Charlton Heston; "A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur's Court" TV show [CBS-TV/Studio One 1952] starring Thomas Mitchell & Boris Karloff; "A Life At Stake" [1954] starring Angela Lansbury & Keith Andes; "A Tale of Two Cities" TV show [A.B.C. Monodrama April 1953] starring Wendell Corey & Jack Manning; "The Admiral Was A Lady" [1950] starring Wanda Hendrix, Edmond O'Brien, Johnny Sands, Richard Erdman, Steve Brodie & Rudy Vallee; "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" TV show [CBS-TV/Climax 1955] starring John Carradine & Thomas Mitchell; "Affair In Monte Carlo" [1952] starring Merle Oberon, Richard Todd & Leo Genn; "Africa Screams" [1949] starring Abbott & Costello, Clyde Beatty, Frank Buck, Max Baer, Buddy Baer, Shemp Howard & Joe Besser; "The Angel With The Trumpet" [1950] starring Eileen Herlie, Maria Schell & Oskar Werner; "Battles of Chief Pontiac" [1952] starring Lon Chaney Jr., Lex Barker & Helen
Westcott; "Behave Yourself" [R.K.O. 1951] starring Farley Granger, Shelley Winters, William Demarest & Lon Chaney Jr.; "Beneath The 12-Mile Reef" [Fox Tech-nicolor 1953] starring Gilbert Roland, Robert Wagner, J. Carrol Naish & Terry Moore; "The Bigamist" [1953] directed by & starring Ida Lupino, also starring Edmond O'Brien & Joan Fontaine; "Borderline"
[1950] starring Fred MacMurray, Raymond Burr & Claire Trevor; "Buffalo Bill In Tomahawk Territory" [1952] starring Clayton Moore {as 'Buffalo Bill' Cody}; "Captain Scarface" [1953] starring Barton MacLane, Virginia Grey & Leif Erickson; "The Capture" [R.K.O. 1950] directed by John Sturges, starring Lew Ayres, Teresa Wright & Victor Jory; "Cause For Alarm!"
[M.G.M. 1951] starring Loretta Young, Barry Sullivan & Bruce Cowling; "Chained For Life" [1951] starring siamese twins Violet & Daisy Hilton; "The Conquest of Everest" documentary [Technicolor 1953] starring Sir Edmund Hillary & Tenzing Norgay; "Cyrano de Bergerac" [1950] music by Dimitri Tiomkin, starring Jose Ferrer, Mala Powers & William Prince; "The Groom Wore Spurs" [1951] starring Ginger Rogers, Jack Carson & Joan Davis; "Home Town Story" [M.G.M. 1951] starring Jeffrey Lynn, Donald Crisp, Marilyn Monroe, Marjorie Rey-nolds & Alan Hale Jr.; "The Hoodlum" [1951] starring Lawrence Tierney; "Indiscretion of An American Wife" [Italy 1953] directed by Vittorio De Sica, starring Jennifer Jones & Mont-gomery Clift; "The Jackie Robinson Story" [1950] starring Jackie Robinson as himself; "The Lady Says No" [1952] starring Joan Caulfield & David Niven; "The Last Time I Saw Paris"
[Technicolor 1954] directed by Richard Brooks, starring Elizabeth Taylor, Van Johnson, Walter Pidgeon & Donna Reed; "Lay That Rifle Down" [Republic Pictures 1955] starring Judy Canova; "The Life and Loves of Mozart" [Germany Eastmancolor 1955] starring Oskar Werner; "Lilli Marlene" [Monarch/R.K.O. 1951] starring Lisa Daniely; "The Limping Man"
[Lippert 1953] starring Lloyd Bridges & Moira Lister; "Love Island" [1952] starring Paul Valentine & Eva Gabor; "The Man Who Cheated Himself" [Fox 1950] starring Lee J. Cobb, Jane Wyatt & John Dall; "The Man Who Had Influence" [CBS-TV/-Studio One 1950] starring Robert Sterling & Anne Bancroft; "The Man With The Golden Arm" [1955] directed by Otto Preminger, from the novel by Nelson Algren, music by Elmer Bernstein, starring Frank Sinatra, Darren McGavin, Kim Novak & Eleanor Parker; "Manfish" [1956] starring John Bromfield, Lon Chaney Jr., Victor Jory & Barbara Nichols; "The Mark of The Hawk" [Technicolor 1958] starring Sidney Poitier, Eartha Kitt & John McIntire; "Martin Luther" [Germany 1953] starring Niall MacGinnis; "My Outlaw Brother" [1951] adapted from a Max Brand novel by Gene Fowler Jr., starring Mickey Rooney, Robert Preston & Robert Stack; "Never Wave At A W.A.C." [R.K.O. 1952] co-written by Frederick Kohner, starring Rosalind Russell & Paul Douglas; "The Night America Trembled" TV show [CBS-TV/Studio One 1957] featuring Edward R. Murrow, Alexander Scourby, Warren Oates & Warren Beatty; "The Painted Hills" [Technicolor 1951] starring Lassie the Dog & Gary Gray; "Plan For Escape" TV show [CBS-TV/-
Studio One 1952] starring Peggy Ann Garner; "The Second Woman" [1951] starring Robert Young & Betsy Drake; "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" [Fox Technicolor 1952] music by Bernard Herrmann, starring Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, Ava Gardner & Hildegard Knef; "St. Benny The Dip" [1951] directed by Edgar G. Ulmer, starring Dick Haymes, Lionel Stander, Roland Young & Nina Foch; "Three Husbands" [1951] starring Eve Arden, Ruth Warrick, Vanessa Brown, Howard Da Silva & Shepperd Strudwick; "The Trial of John Peter Zenger" TV show [CBS-TV/Studio One 1953] starring Eddie Albert & Marian Seldes; and "The White Orchid" [color 1954] starring William Lundigan, Peggie Castle & Armando Silvestre

Sensational Sixties 50 Classic Features DVD box set  "The Sensational Sixties: 50 Classic Features Movie Set" DVD Box Set [2012]
Mill Creek Ent. DVD set [7/2012] 12 disks for $9.49
contains 50 feature-length films, 1959-1969; four are TV movies, 35 are in color, 15 are b&w: "Alexander The Great" TV movie [M.G.M. color 1968] starring William Shatner, Adam West & John Cassavetes; "Anatomy of A Psycho" [Unitel 1961]; "The Avenger" aka "War of The Trojans" [Italy Eastmancolor 1962] starring Steve Reeves; "The Ballad of Andy Crocker" TV movie [ABC-TV color 1969] starring Lee Majors, Joey Heatherton & Jimmy Dean; "The Battle of El Alamein"
[color Europe 1969, USA 1971] starring Frederick Stafford, George Hilton, Robert Hossein; "The Battle of The Last Panzer" [Spain Telecolor 1969] starring Guy Madison; "Bloody Pit of Horror" [Italy Eastmancolor 1965] starring Mickey Hargitay; "The Cape Town Affair" [Fox color 1967] co-written by Samuel Fuller, starring James Brolin, Claire Trevor & Jacqueline Bisset; "The Choppers" [Fairway Intl. 1961] starring Arch Hall Jr.; "Constantine and The Cross" [Eastmancolor 1962] star-ring Cornel Wilde, Christine Kaufmann & Belinda Lee; "Criminal Affair" [Eastmancolor 1968] co-produced, co-written & directed by and starring Rossano Brazzi,
also starring Ann-Margret & Barbara Nichols; "Dangerous Charter" [Technicolor 1962]; "David & Goliath" [Eastmancolor 1960] starring Orson Welles, Ivica Pajer, Eleonora Rossi Drago & Aldo Pedinotti; "The Deadly Companions" Western [Pathécolor 1961] directed by Sam Peckinpah, starring Maureen O'Hara, Brian Keith, Chill Wills & Strother Martin; "Desert Comm-andos" [Technicolor 1967] written & directed by Umberto Lenzi; "The Devil's Partner" [1962] starring Ed Nelson, Edgar Buchanan & Jean Allison; "Diary of A Telephone Operator" [Italy Technicolor 1969] starring Claude Cardinale, Catherine Spaak, Robert Hoffman & John Phillip Law; "The Dungeon of Harrow" [color/b&w 1962]; "Esther and The King" [Italy Techni-color 1960] directed by Raoul Walsh & Mario Bava, starring Joan Collins, Richard Egan & Dennis O'Dea; "The Fat Spy" [color 1965] starring Brian Donlevy, Jack E. Leonard, Jayne Mansfield & Phyllis Diller; "Five Minutes To Live" [1961] starring Johnny Cash, Vic Tayback & Ron Howard; "From Hell To Borneo" [color 1967] co-produced, co-written & directed by and starring George Montgomery, with Julie Gregg & Torin Thatcher; "Guerillas In Pink Lace" [color 1964] co-produced, co-written & directed by and starring George Montgomery, with Joan Shawlee & Valerie Varda; "The Head of The Family (Il Padre di Famiglia)" [Italy Eastmancolor 1967] starring Leslie Caron, Nino Manfredi, Ugo Tognazzi & Claudine Auger; "Herod The Great" [Italy Eastmancolor 1959] starring Edmund Purdom, Sylvia Lopez, Alberto Lupo & Sandra Milo; "High School Big Shot" [1959] starring Gary Clarke, Virginia Aldridge & Malcolm Atterbury; "High School Caesar" [1960] starring John Ashley, Gary Vinson, Steve Stevens, Lowell Brown & Judy Nugent; "The Jackals" Western [Fox color 1967] starring Vincent Price, Diana Ivarson & Robert Gunner; "Lightning Bolt" [Italy Technicolor 1966] co-produced & co-written by Alfonso Balcázar, starring Anthony Eisley; "The Magic Serpent (Kairyu Daikessen)" [Toei Japan Eastmancolor 1966]; "The Magic Sword" [Eastmancolor 1962] starring Gary Lockwood, Basil Rathbone, Estelle Winwood & Anne Helm; "The Manster"
[Lopert 1959]; "The Nasty Rabbit" [Technicolor 1964] starring Arch Hall Jr., Michael Terr, Liz Renay & Richard Kiel; "Night Tide" [1963] starring Dennis Hopper, Linda Lawson & Gavin Muir; "The Poppy Is Also A Flower" aka "Danger Grows Wild" TV movie [ABC-TV Eastmancolor 1966] based on a story by Ian Fleming, star-studded cast; "The Reluctant Saint" [1962] directed by Edward Dmytryk, co-written by John Fante, music by Nino Rota, starring Maximillian Schell, Ricardo Montalban, Lea Padovani & Akim Tamiroff; "The Sadist" [Fairway Intl. 1963] starring Arch Hall Jr.; "Sandy The Seal" [Technicolor 1969]; "Santa Claus Conquers The Martians" [Pathécolor 1964] starring Pia Zadora, John Call & Leonard Hicks; "The She-Beast" [Eastmancolor 1966] starring Barbara Steele; "Shoot Out At Big Sag" Western [1962] starring Walter Brennan, Leif Erickson & Luana Patten; "Sound of Horror" [Spain 1964]; "Sword of Lancelot" aka "Lancelot and Guinevere" [Eastmancolor 1963] co-produced, co-written & directed by and starring Cornel Wilde, with Jean Wallace & Brian Aherne; "They Came From Beyond Space" [Eastmancolor 1967] starring Robert Hutton, Jennifer Jayne & Michael Gough; "Twisted Nerve" [Technicolor 1968] co-written & directed by Roy Boulting, music by Bernard Herrmann, starring Hayley Mills, Hywel Bennett & Billie Whitelaw; "Two Women" aka "La Ciociara" [Italy 1960] directed by Vittorio De Sica, starring Sophia Loren {won Oscar & BAFTA & Bambi Awards}, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Eleonora Brown & Raf Vallone; "Wake Me When The War Is Over" TV movie [ABC-TV color 1969] starring Ken Berry, Eva Gabor, Werner Klemp-erer & Jim Backus; "When The Girls Take Over" [1962] starring Robert Lowery, Marvin Miller, Jackie Coogan & Gabriel Dell; "White Comanche" [Spain Eastmancolor 1968] starring William Shatner {dual role}, Joseph Cotton, Rosanna Yanni; and "The Wild Ride" [color/b&w 1960] starring Jack Nicholson, Georgianna Carter & Robert Bean

Swingin' Seventies 50 Classic Features DVD box set  "The Swingin' Seventies: 50 Classic Features Movie Set" DVD Box Set [2012]
Mill Creek Ent. DVD set [9/2012] 12 disks for $17.58
contains 50 feature-length films, 1970-1980; all are in color, 27 are TV movies: "A Real American Hero" TV movie [CBS-TV 1978] starring Brian Dennehy & Forrest Tucker; "Against A Crooked Sky" Western [1975] starring Richard Boone, Stewart Petersen & Henry Wilcoxon; "Border Cop" [1980] starring Telly Savalas & Eddie Albert; "The Borrowers" TV movie [NBC-TV 1973] based on the Mary Norton children's novel, starring Eddie Albert, Tammy Grimes & Judith Anderson; "C.C. and Company" biker movie [1970] starring Joe Namath, Ann-Margret & William Smith; "Cold Sweat" [1970] starring Charles Bronson, Liv Ullmann, James Mason, Jill Ireland & Michel Constantin; "Concrete Cow-boys" TV pilot [CBS-TV 1979] directed by Burt Kennedy, starring Tom Selleck, Jerry Reed & Morgan Fairchild; "Congratulations, It's A Boy!" TV movie [ABC-TV 1971] starring Bill Bixby, Diane Baker, Jack Albertson & Ann Sothern; "The Cop In Blue Jeans" [Italy Telecolor 1976] starring Jack Palance; Charles Dickens's "David Copperfield" TV movie [NBC-TV 1970] directed by Delbert Mann, starring Michael Redgrave, Richard Atten-
borough, Wendy Hiller, Laurence Olivier & Ralph Richardson; "The Death of Richie" TV movie [NBC-TV 1977] starring Ben Gazzara, Robby Benson, Eileen Brennan & Lance Kerwin; "Death Scream" TV movie [ABC-TV 1971] written by Stirling Silliphant, star-studded cast; "Divorce Hers" TV movie [ABC-TV 1973] starring Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton; "Divorce His" TV movie [ABC-TV 1973] starring Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton; "The Driver's Seat" [Italy 1974] starring Elizabeth Taylor & Ian Bannen; "Evel Knievel" [1971] starring George Hamilton & Sue Lyon; "Fair Play" comedy Western TV movie [1972] starring Paul Ford; "Firehouse" TV movie [ABC-TV 1972] starring Michael Lerner, Paul Le Mat, Richard Jaeckel, Andrew Duggan, Vince Edwards & Richard Roundtree; "The Four Deuces" [1976] starring Jack Palance; "Get Christie Love!" TV pilot [1975] starring Teresa Graves & Harry Guardino; "Good Against Evil" TV movie [1977] starring Dack Rambo, Dan O'Herlihy, Richard Lynch & Elyssa Davalos; "The Gun and The Pulpit" Western TV movie [ABC-TV 1974] starring Marjoe Gortner, Slim Pickens & Geoffrey Lewis; "The Hanged Man" Western TV movie [ABC-TV 1974] starring Steve Forrest, Dean Jagger & Will Geer; "Hannah, Queen of The Vampires" [1973] starring Andrew Prine, Patty Shepard & Mark Damon; "How Awful About Allan" TV movie [ABC-TV 1970] starring Anthony Perkins, Julie Harris & Joan Hackett; "Hustling" TV movie [ABC-TV 1975] starring Lee Remick & Jill Clayburgh; "James Dean" TV movie [NBC-TV 1976] starring Stephen McHattie, Michael Brandon & Brooke Adams; Charlotte Brontë's "Jane Eyre" TV movie [NBC-TV 1970] directed by Delbert Mann, starring George C. Scott, Susannah York, Ian Bannen; "Jory" Western [1973] starring Robby Benson, John Marley & B.J. Thomas; "Katherine" TV movie [1975] starring Sissy Spacek, Art Carney, Henry Winkler, Julie Kavner & Jane Wyatt; "The Klansman" [1974] co-written by Samuel Fuller from the novel by William Bradford Huie, starring Lee Marvin, Richard Burton, Cameron Mitchell & O.J. Simpson; "The Last of The Belles" TV movie [ABC-TV 1974] starring Richard Chamber-lain (as F. Scott Fitz-gerald}, Blythe Danner & Susan Sarandon; "Maybe I'll Come Home In The Spring" TV movie [ABC-TV 1971] starring Sally Field, David Carradine, Eleanor Parker, Lane Bradbury & Jackie Cooper; "Mr. Scarface" aka "Rulers of The City" [Italy 1976] starring Jack Palance & Edmund Purdom; "Mr. Sycamore" [1975] co-written & directed by Pancho Kohner, music by Maurice Jarre, starring Jason Robards Jr., Sandy Dennis & Jean Simmons; "The New Adven-tures of Heidi" TV movie [NBC-TV 1978] starring Katy Kurtzman & Burl Ives; "The Proud and The Damned" [1972] starring Chuck Connors, Aron Kincaid, Cesar Romero & José Greco; "The River Niger" [1976] starring James Earl Jones, Cicely Tyson, Louis Gossett Jr. & Glynn Turman; "Rogue Male" TV movie [BBC-TV 1976] starring Peter O' Toole, Alastair Sim & Harold Pinter; "Stunts" [New Line Cinema 1977] starring Robert Forster; "The Swiss Conspiracy" [1976] starring David Janssen, Senta Berger, John Ireland, John Saxon, Ray Milland & Elke Sommer; "The Squeeze" aka "Diamond Thieves" [1978] starring Lee Van Cleef, Karen Black, Edward Albert & Lionel Stander; "They Call It Murder" TV movie [NBC-TV 1971] based on characters of Erle Stanley Gardner, starring Jim Hutton; "To All My Friends On Shore" TV movie [CBS-TV 1972] directed by Gilbert Cates, starring Bill Cosby; "The Treasure of The Jamaica Reef" [1976] starring Stephen Boyd, David Ladd & Roosevelt 'Rosey' Grier; "Wacky Taxi" [1972] co-directed by & starring John Astin; "Wanted: Babysitter" aka "Scar Tissue" [1975] directed by René Clément, starring Maria Schneider, Sydne Rome, Vic Morrow & Robert Vaughn; "War of The Robots" [Italy 1978]; "Warhead" [1977] starring David Janssen; "The Werewolf of Washington" [1973] starring Dean Stockwell

Excellent Eighties 50 Classic Features DVD box set  "The Excellent Eighties: 50 Classic Features Movie Set" DVD Box Set [2012]
Mill Creek Ent. DVD set [9/2012] 12 disks for $16.65
contains 50 feature-length films, 1980-1989; all are in color, 12 are TV movies, 2 are direct-to-video: "A Hazard of Hearts" TV movie [CBS-TV 1987] story by Barbara Cartland, starring Helena Bonham Carter, Christopher Plummer, Marcus Gilbert, Diana Rigg & Edward Fox; "A Time To Die" [1982] starring Rex Harrison, Rod Taylor, Edward Albert Jr. & Raf Vallone; "Act of Love" TV movie [NBC-TV 1980] starring Ron Howard, Robert Foxworth & Mickey Rourke; "Agency"
[Canada 1980] starring Robert Mitchum, Lee Majors, Valerie Perrine & Alexandra Stewart; "Bail Out" video [1989] starring David Hasselhoff, Linda Blair, Thomas Rosales Jr. & John Vernon; "Blunt, The Fourth Man" TV movie [BBC-TV 1986] starring Ian Richardson, Michael Williams, Anthony Hopkins, Albert Welling & Rosie Kerslake; "Callie & Son" TV movie [CBS-TV 1981] starring Lindsay Wagner & Michelle Pfeiffer; "Casablanca Express" [Italy 1989] starring Jason Connery, Francesco Quinn, Donald Pleasence & Glenn Ford; "Cave Girl" [Crown Intl. 1985] starring Daniel Roebuck & Cynthia Thompson; "Choices" [1981] starring Paul
Carafotes, Demi Moore, Victor French & Pat Buttram; "Christabel" TV miniseries [BBC-TV 1988] starring Elizabeth Hurley & Stephen Dillane; "Cold War Killers" TV movie [1986] starring Terence Stamp; "The Day Time Ended" [1980] starring Jim Davis, Christopher Mitchum, Dorothy Malone & Marcy Lafferty; "Dear Mr. Wonderful" [Germany 1982] starring Joe Pesci; "Deathrow Gameshow" [Crown Intl. 1987] starring John McCafferty; "Delta Force Commando" video [1987] starring Fred Williamson; "Dog Day" [U.G.C. 1984] starring Lee Marvin, Miou-Miou & Tina Louise; "Hard Knox" TV movie [NBC-TV 1984] starring Robert Conrad; "High Risk" [1981] starring James Brolin, Anthony Quinn, Lindsay Wagner, James Coburn, Ernest Borgnine, Bruce Davison & Cleavon Little; "Hunk" [Crown Intl. 1987] starring John Allen Nelson; "Intimate Agony" TV movie [1983] starring Anthony Geary, Judith Light, Mark Harmon & Robert Vaughn; "The Kidnapping of The President" [Crown Intl. 1980] starring William Shatner, Hal Holbrook, Van Johnson, Ava Gardner & Miguel Fernandes; "The Lady and The Highwayman" TV movie [CBS-TV 1989] story by Barbara Cartland, starring Hugh Grant, Lysette Anthony, Michael York, Oliver Reed & Claire Bloom; "Lamb"
[1986] music by Van Morrison, starring Liam Neeson; "Laser Mission" video [1989] starring Brandon Lee, Debi A. Monahan & Ernest Borgnine; "Liar's Moon" [1982] starring Matt Dillon, Cindy Fisher, Hoyt Axton, Broderick Crawford & Yvonne De Carlo; "Mesmerized" aka "My Letter To George" [R.K.O. 1984] starring Jodie Foster {at age 22}, John Lithgow; "Minor Miracle" [1983] starring John Huston, Peter Fox, soccer star Pele & Severn Darden; "My Chauffeur" [Crown Intl. 1986] starring Deborah Foreman, Howard Hesseman, E.G. Mar-shall, Sean McClory, and Penn & Teller; "My Mom's A Werewolf" [Crown Intl. 1989] starring Susan Blakely, John Saxon, John Schuck & Tina Caspary; "Night of The Sharks" [Italy 1988] starring Treat Williams & Antonio Fargas; "The Patriot" [Crown Intl. 1986] starring Leslie Nielsen; "Portrait of A Showgirl" TV movie [CBS-TV 1982] filmed in Las Vegas, Nevada, starring Lesley Ann Warren, Rita Moreno, Dianne Kay & Tony Curtis; "Reborn" [Spain 1982] starring Dennis Hopper, Michael Moriarty & Antonella Murgia; "Saigon: Year of The Cat" TV movie [I.T.V. 1983] directed by Stephen Frears, starring Judi Dench, Frederic Forrest & E.G. Marshall; "Savage Journey" Western TV movie [1983] starring Maurice Grandmaison {as Brigham Young} & Richard Moll {as Joseph Smith}; "Scandal Sheet" TV movie [ABC-TV 1985] starring Burt Lancaster, Lauren Hutton & Pamela Reed; "Scarecrows" video [1988]; "Second Sight: A Love Story" TV movie [CBS-TV 1984] starring Elizabeth Montgomery & Barry Newman; "Shadows In The Storm" [1988] starring Ned Beatty, Mia Sara & Michael Madsen; "Shaker Run" [1985] filmed in New Zealand, starring Cliff Robertson, Leif Garrett & Lisa Harrow; "Slipstream" [1989] starring Bill Paxton, Bob Peck, Mark Hamill & Kitty Aldridge; "Somewhere, Tomorrow" [1983] starring Sarah Jessica Parker; "Toby McTeague" [Canada 1986] starring Yannick Bisson; "Tomboy" [Crown Intl. 1985] starring Betsy Russell & Gerard Christopher; "The Train Killer" [Hungary 1983] starring Michael Sarrazin; "Tuareg, The Desert Warrior" [Spain 1984] music by Riz Ortolani, starring Mark Harmon, Antonio Sabato, Aldo Sambrell & Paolo Malco; "Twisted Obsession" [Spain 1989] directed by Fernando Trueba, starring Jeff Goldblum, Miranda Richardson & Arielle Dombasle; "We Think The World of You" [1988] starring Gary Oldman & Alan Bates; and "When The Bough Breaks" TV movie [NBC-TV 1986] based on the novel by Jonathan Kellerman, starring Ted Dansen, Richard Masur, Rachel Ticotin & Charles Lane

"Greatest Mystery Classics: 100 Movies, 24 Disks" DVD Box Set [2012]
Greatest Mystery Classics 100 Movies DVD box set   Mill Creek Ent. b&w/color DVD set [7/2012] 24 disks for $17.96
Mill Creek Ent. b&w/color DVD set [9/2006] 24 disks - out of prodn/used
{only difference is title & price!}
contains 100 feature-length films; featured stars include: Raymond Burr, James Cagney, Ava Gardner, Charleton Heston, Boris Karloff, Angela Lansbury, Peter Lorre, Gregory Peck, Vincent Price, Basil Rathbone, Edward G. Robinson, Mickey Rooney, Frank Sinatra & Orson Welles; appears to combine two earlier sets: "Dark Crimes" and "Mystery Classics"

"Greatest Terror Classics: 100 Movies, 24 Disks" DVD Box Set [2013]
Greatest Terror Classics 100 Movies DVD box set   Mill Creek Ent. b&w/color DVD set [10/2013] 24 disks for $21.42
contains 100 feature-length films; featured stars include: Bela Lugosi, Vincent Price, Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney Jr. & Barbara Steele; appears to combine two earlier sets: "Horror Classics 50 Movie Pack" and "Pure Terror 50 Movie Pack"

"The Best Movies You've Missed" [2014]
NOTE: The DVD disk count info for these two items on Amazon is unreliable: the covers each show ten double feature disks.
The Best Movies You've Missed Volume 1 DVD box set  "The Best Movies You've Missed: 20 Movie Collector's Edition, Volume 1" DVD Box Set [2014]
FilmRise color DVD-R set [6/2014] 10 disks for $33.49
contains 20 feature-length films, on 10 disks: "Theatre of Blood" [United Artists 1973] starring Vincent Price & Diana Rigg; "White Light-ning" [United Artists Aug 1973] starring Burt Reynolds & Ned Beatty; "Brannigan" [United Artists March 1975] starring John Wayne (in London, U.K.); "The Diamond Mercenaries" aka "Killer Force" [A.I.P. Jan 1976] starring Telly Savalas, Peter Fonda, Hugh O'Brian & Christopher Lee; "The End" [United Artists May 1978] directed by & starring Burt Reynolds, with Dom DeLuise & Sally Field; "Carbon
Copy" [R.K.O./AVCO-Embassy Sept 1981] starring George Segal & Denzel Washington {at age 26}; "The Hotel New Hampshire" [Orion Pictures March 1984] starring Beau Bridges, Jodie Foster, Rob Lowe & Matthew Modine; "Alphabet City" [Atlantic Releasing May 1984]; "1 9 8 4" [Virgin Films Oct 1984]; "Blood Vows: The Story of A Mafia Wife" TV movie [Fries Ent./NBC-TV Jan 1987]; "From A Whisper To A Scream" aka "The Offspring" [indep Sept 1987] starring Vincent Price & Clu Gulager; "Betrayed" [United Artists Aug 1988] directed by Costa-Gavras, starring Debra Winger, Tom Berenger & John Heard; "Stanley & Iris" [M.G.M. Feb 1990] directed by Martin Ritt, starring Jane Fonda & Robert De Niro; "Madhouse" [Orion Pictures 1990]; "Life Stinks" [MGM-Pathé July 1991] co-produced, co-written & directed by and starring Mel Brooks; "Mr. Saturday Night" [Castle Rock/Columbia Pictures Sept 1992] co-produced, co-written & directed by and starring Billy Crystal "Stalin: The True Story" TV movie [HBO-TV Nov 1992] filmed in Russia & Hungary, directed by Ivan Passer, starring Robert Duvall {as Stalin} & Maximilian Schell {as Lenin}; "Fyodor Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment" [M.G.M. 2002] filmed in Russia, starring Crispin Glover; "Evelyn" [M.G.M./United Artists Dec 2002] directed by Bruce Beresford, starring Pierce Brosnan, Julianna Margulies & Alan Bates; "Assassination Tango" [M.G.M./United Artists March 2003] filmed in Argentina, exec produced by Francis Ford Coppola, written & directed by and starring Robert Duvall

The Best Movies You've Missed Volume 2 DVD box set  "The Best Movies You've Missed: 20 Movie Collector's Edition, Volume 2" DVD Box Set [2014]
FilmRise color DVD-R set [6/2014] 10 disks for $59.99
contains 20 feature-length films, on 10 disks: "Tales of Terror" [Corman/A.I.P. July 1962] three Edgar Allan Poe tales starring Vincent Price, with Peter Lorre, Basil Rathbone & Debra Paget; "Irma la Douce" [Mirisch/United Artists June 1963] co-produced, co-written & directed by Billy Wilder, starring Jack Lemmon & Shirley MacLaine; "The Fortune Cookie" [Mirisch-/United Artists Oct 1966] co-pro-duced, co-written & directed by Billy Wilder, starring Jack Lemmon & Walter Matthau; "Scream and Scream Again" [A.I.P. Jan 1970]
"Scream and Scream Again" [A.I.P. Jan 1970] starring Vincent Price, Christopher Lee & Peter Cushing; "The Wilby Conspiracy" [United Artists July 1975] directed by Ralph Nelson, starring Sidney Poitier, Michael Caine, Nicol Williamson, Rutger Hauer & Helmut Dantine; {DUPLICATE »} "From A Whisper To A Scream" aka "The Offspring" [indep Sept 1987] starring Vincent Price & Clu Gulager; "The January Man" [M.G.M. Jan 1989] starring Kevin Kline, Susan Sarandon, Mary Elizabeth Mast-rantonio, Harvey Keitel, Danny Aiello & Rod Steiger; "Night Game" [Cineplex-Odeon Films Sept 1989] starring Roy Scheider; "State of Grace" [Orion Pictures Sept 1990] starring Sean Penn, Ed Harris, Gary Oldman, Robin Wright, John Turturro & Burgess Meredith; "Cadillac Man" [Orion Pictures May 1990] starring Robin Williams & Tim Robbins; "Diary of A Hitman" [Vision Intl. May 1992] starring Forest Whitaker, James Belushi, Sherilyn Fenn & Sharon Stone; "Fatal Instinct" [M.G.M. Oct 1993] directed by Carl Reiner, starring Armand Assante, Sherilyn Fenn, Sean Young, Tony Randall & Eartha Kitt; "Romeo Is Bleeding" [Polygram/Gramercy Feb 1994] starring Gary Oldman, Lena Olin & Roy Scheider; "Canadian Bacon" comedy [Dog Eat Dog Sept 1995] co-produced, written & directed by Michael Moore, starring John Candy, Alan Alda, James Belushi & Rhea Perlman; "City of Ghosts" [M.G.M./United Artists April 2003] co-written & directed by and starring Matt Dillon, also starring James Caan, Gérard Depardieu & Stellan Skarsgĺrd

The Best Movies You've Missed Volume 3 DVD box set  "The Best Movies You've Missed: 20 Movie Collector's Edition, Volume 3" DVD Box Set [2014]
FilmRise color DVD-R set [6/2014] 10 disks for $39.49
contains 20 feature-length films, on 10 disks: "The Masque of The Red Death" [Corman/A.I.P. June 1964] based on a story by Edgar Allan Poe, starring Vincent Price; "Dr. Goldfoot and The Bikini Machine" [A.I.P. Nov 1965] directed by Norman Taurog, starring Vincent Price, Frankie Avalon, Dwayne Hickman & Patti Chandler; "Dr. Goldfoot and The Girl Bombs" [A.I.P. 1966] starring Vincent Price & singer Fabian; "Madhouse" [A.I.P. March 1974] starring Vincent Price & Peter Cushing; "Rancho Deluxe" [United Artists March 1975] filmed
in Montana, starring Jeff Bridges, Sam Waterston & Slim Pickens; "The Ambush Murders" TV movie [Fries Prodns/CBS-TV Jan 1982] starring James Brolin & Dorian Harewood; "Runaway Train" [Cannon Nov 1985] filmed in Alaska & Montana, directed by Andrey Konchalovskiy, based on a screenplay by Akira Kurosawa, starring Jon Voight, Eric Roberts & Rebecca De Mornay; "American Ninja 2: The Confrontation" [Cannon May 1987] starring Michael Dudikoff & Gary Conway; "Deep Dark Secrets" aka "Intimate Betrayal" TV movie [Fries Prodns/NBC-TV Oct 1987] starring James Brolin & Melody Anderson; "American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt" [Cannon Feb 1989] starring David Bradley, Steve James & Marjoe Gortner; "The Couch Trip" [Orion Pictures Jan 1988] starring Dan Aykroyd, Walter Matthau & Charles Grodin; "River of Death" [Cannon Sept 1989] based on an Alistair MacLean novel; "Brenda Starr" [New World Pictures 1989] starring Brooke Shields, Timothy Dalton, Tony Peck & Diana Scarwid; "Soda Cracker" aka "The Kill Reflex" [1990 video release] directed by & starring Fred Williamson; "Clifford" [Orion Pictures April 1994] starring Martin Short, Charles Grodin & Mary Steenburgen; "Convict Cowboy" TV movie [Showtime Networks July 1995] starring Jon Voight; "Wild Bill" [United Artists Dec 1995] written & directed by Walter Hill, starring Jeff Bridges [as 'Wild Bill' Hickok}, Ellen Barkin {as Calamity Jane}, Keith Carradine {as 'Buffalo Bill' Cody}; "Original Gangstas" [May 1996] starring Fred Williamson, Jim Brown, Pam Grier, Paul Winfield, Isabel Sanford, Oscar Brown Jr., Richard Roundtree & Ron O'Neal; "Larger Than Life" [United Artists Nov 1996] starring Bill Murray; and "True Heart" [Orion Pictures 1997]

http://www.amazon.com/Best-Thrillers-Youve-Missed-Collectors/dp/B00L4LDJFW/ [6/2014] not available
http://www.amazon.com/Best-Action-Movies-Youve-Missed/dp/B00L4LDM0E/ [6/2014] not available
http://www.amazon.com/Best-Comedies-Youve-Missed-Collectors/dp/B00L4LDL6O/ [6/2014] not available
http://www.amazon.com/Best-Horror-Movies-Youve-Missed/dp/B00L4LDKC4/ [6/2014] not available

"100 Treasures of Tinseltown" DVD Box Set [2014]
100 Treasures of Tinseltown DVD box set   Mill Creek Ent. b&w/color DVD set [5/2014] 24 disks - out of prodn/used
another Mill Creek low-quality bargain DVD compilation (original list was 27˘ for each movie!); featured stars include Fred Astaire, Abbott & Costello, Ava Gardner, Cary Grant, Susan Hayward, Hedy Lamarr, Marilyn Monroe, Sidney Poitier, Mickey Rooney, Frank Sinatra, Barbara Stanwyck, James Stewart, and Elizabeth Taylor – said to combine two earlier sets: "Fabulous Forties" and "Nifty Fifties", further details are hard to find

"100 Greatest Cult Classics" DVD Box Set [2014]
100 Greatest Cult Classics DVD box set   Mill Creek Ent. b&w/color DVD set [5/2014] 25 disks for $22.91
another Mill Creek low-quality bargain DVD compilation (just 23˘ for each movie!); featured stars include William Shatner, Adam West, Matt Dillon, Glenn Ford, Johnny Cash – said to combine two earlier sets: "Drive-In Movie Classics" and "B-Movie Blast", further details are hard to find

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