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THE FILMS

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CHARLIE CHAPLIN

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MODERN TIMES
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In the more than thirty-five years since its original release, MODERN TIMES has become Following the unprecedented acclaim and popularity of THE GOLD RUSH considerable
possibly the most popular of the Chaplin films, Although firmly rooted in the Depression speculation developed over what Chaplin would do next. As is always the case in a situation
period of the mid-thirties, this devastating satire on the effects of mass production on the of this kind, there is an inner pressure to consciously try and top the previou s achievement.
lives of factory workers has taken on the aura of a timeless classic. It remains the definitive Chaplin wisely resisted the temptation and instead produced THE CIRCUS a modest and.
film on the subject. charming little jewel of a fil m.
Actually, MODERN TIMES is concerned with a good deal more than assembly lines. As the title indicates, the story is set within the confines of a small traveling circus. While
Some criticism has been made regarding the film's alleged lack of thematic unity, since we wandering through the midway Charlie is mistaken for a pickpocket. In his efforts to elude
are presented with a half hour of Charlie in the factory, then Charlie in jail, Charlie as a night the,police, he sneaks into the main te nt and manages to make a shambles of the show. The
watchman, as a singing waiter, and so on. To this point of view, the effect is one of several fury of the circu s' owner is short-lived as the patrons, thinking it was all planned, applaud
sequences which, brilliant as most of them are, fail to add up to a unified whole. What is Charlie as the hit of the show. Hired as a clown, he becomes a part of the circus and falls
overlooked by such criticism is that the very matter of day-to-day survivial, always a strong hopelessly in love with the owner's stepdaughter, an attractive equestrienne (Merna
underlying current in Chaplin's work, becomes in MODERN TIMES the central concern, and Kennedy). The lover of her life, however, is the show's handsome young aerialist. Charlie,
indeed the very theme of the film . This was not only singularly appropriate for the America of attampting to prove that he is the equ al of his rival, volu nteers to do the tightrope act in the
1936, but no doubt also contributes much to the film's remarkable universality. regular performer's absence. The result is both breathtaking and hilarious as he is joined on
A large part of its continuing popularity stems from the fact that MODERN TIMES is one the high-wire by an entourage of escaped monkeys. The ploy fails, and as the circus
of the fun niest of the Chaplin features, Sequences such as Charlie's battle with the prepares to move on, Ch arlie turns down the offer of regular employment to go his separate
assembly line feeding machine and the jail house scene in which he inadvertently sniffs a way,
nose full of cocaine, can bring back laughter by the very memory of them.
1936 89 minutes Super 8 mm B&W Sound .................... . ....... $225.00

This unpretentious story, much closer in style and spirit to the older Chaplin-Mutual
comedies than to its immediate predecessors, is told with simple grace and rich humor. '.
1928 72 minutes Super 8mm B&W Sound .... ... . . ...... . ............. $160.00

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A KING IN NEW YORK was Chaplin's first film made outside the United States and apart PAyDAy ..................... . .. 1922
A DAY'S PLEASURE ........... 1919

from his usual production associates. The film reflects Chaplin's own understandable Max Swain, Edna Purviance. "Payday is a Edna Purviance, Jackie Coogan. "A de­
displeasure with the turn of events that had made him a virtual exile from his adopted home, realistic Ii ttle film-a slice of the life of a parture from the style of the First Na­
Yet it is far from the virulent attack upon the United States reported in the national press at bu ilding laborer, before, on, and after tional shorts, A Day's Pleasure is a simple
the time of its release abroad. It is instead a gentle satire on a society gone temporarily payday. Much of the act ion ga ins point as realistic piece, recounting the mishaps of
insane. illustrations of life's little ironies. The ac­ a family holiday outing. The sort of thing
cent is on comedy, but frus~rations are the tha~~ .C. ~iel ds lat.e r _~id on _the stage and
p;~i~d'~f 'th-e ';;'id:tI;irti;~~'thi~ d';v;~i~ti~g satire ~~. ih~~~ffeci~Jof ·~;;ss productiO~ on the of this kind, there is an Inner pressure to consClOITSlytry-alm.rop-m.e-prevrOIJ"CI.(;I.Il"V"'T."m~l·1
lives of factory workers has take n on the aura of a timeless classic. It remains the definitive
film on the subject.
Actually, MODERN TIMES is concerned with a good deal more than assembly lines.
Some criticism has been made regarding the film's alleged lack of thematic unity, since we
Chaplin wisely resisted the temptation and instead produced THE CIRCUS a modest and
charming little jewel of a film.
As the title indicates, the story is set within the confines of a small traveli ng circus. While
wandering th rough the midway Charlie is mistaken for a pickpocket. In his efforts to elude
the. police, he sneaks into the main tent and manag es to make a shambles of the show. The
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are presented with a half hour of Charlie in the factory, then Charlie in jail, Charlie as a night
watchman, as a singing waiter, and so on. To this point of view , the effect is one of several fury of the circus' owner is short-lived as the patrons, thinking it was all planned, applaud
sequences which, brilliant as most of them are, fail to add up to a unified whole. What is Charl ie as the hit of the show. Hired as a clown, he becomes a part of the circus and falls
overlooked by such criticism is that the very matter of day-to-day survivial, always a strong hopelessly in love with t he owner's stepdaughter, an attractive equestrienne (Merna
underlying current in Chaplin's work, becomes in MODERN TIMES the central concern, and Kennedy). The lover of her life, however, is the show's handsome young aerialist. Charlie,
indeed the very theme of the film. This was not only singularly appropriate for the America of attampting to prove that he is the equ al of his rival, volunteers to do the tightrope act in the
1936, but no doubt also contributes much to the fi lm's remarkable universality. regular performer's absence. The result is both breathtaking and hilarious as he is joined on
A large part of its continuing popularity stems from the fact th at MODERN TIMES is one the high-wire by an entourage of escaped monkeys. The ploy fails, and as the circus
of the fu nniest of the Chaplin features. Sequences such as Charlie's battle with the prepares to move on, Charlie turns down the offer of regular employment to go his separate
assembly line feeding machine and the jail house scene in which he.inadvertently sniffs a way.
nose fu ll of cocaine, can bring back laughter by the very memory of them. This unpretentious story, much closer in style and spirit to th e older Chaplin-Mutual
comedies than to its immediate predecessors , is told with simple grace and rich humor.
1936 89 minutes Super 8 mm B&W Sound .. . ........... ...... . ....... $225.00

1928 72 minutes Super 8mm B&W Sound .. .. ......... ....... .... .. ... $160.00
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A DAY'S PLEASURE . ... . . .. ... 1919

A KING IN NEW YORK was Chaplin's first film made outside the United States and apart E dna Purviance, J ackie Coogan. "A de­
M ax Swai n, Edna Purvian ee. "Payday i s a
from hi s usual production associates. The fil m reflects Chaplin's own understandable parture from the style of the First Na­
realistic l i ttle film-a slice of the life of a
displeasure with the turn of events that had made him a virtual exile from his adopted home.
buildi ng laborer, before , on , and aft er tional shorts , A Day's Pleasur e is a simple
Yet it is far from the virulent attack upon the United States reported in the national press at
payday. Much of t he action gains point as real istic piece, recounting t he m ishaps of
the time of its release abroad. It is instead a gentle satire on a SOCiety gone tem porarily
illustrati ons of life' s l ittle ironies. The ac­ a family holiday outing. Th e sor t of thing
insane.
cent i s on comedy, but frustrations ar e the that ,W .C. F i elds l ater di d on t h e stage and
Chaplin plays the deposed ki ng of a European mini-monarchy who comes to the United
normal cour se, as t he t ough f oreman and i n his early sound films. It was made
States in hope of making a new life. He is without fu nds but the American fascination with
h i s haughty daughter, the workman's own quickly for laughs alone, and as such is
titled royalty soon leads to a round of dinners with the upper crust and eventually to a
menaci ng wife, an d even the ellusi ve successful. The scenes where Chaplin and
lucrative contract performing in television commercials. A chance encounter with a yo ung
st reetcars keep him from ful fillment great the cop are stu ck in the tar is parti cularly
boy (played by Michael Chaplin) whose Marxist parents are in trouble with a Congressional
an d small. Considered to be one of Chap­ amu sing."-Theodor e H uff. 20 minutes.
investigating committee results in the light of suspicion being cast upon the king. The
ensuing Congressional hearing is climaxed by a thorough dousing of the committee by a fire
lin's best short comed i es by F re nch Super 8mm B&W Soun d , music $50.00
criti cs"-Theodore H uff. Our prin ts fea­
hose wielded, quite innocently, by the royal witness. Eventually King Shahdov is absolved of
political sin but, having had enough of the madness of mid-fifties America, he decides to ture a m u sic scor e, newly composed by Mr.
Chaplin in 1971. 20 minu tes.
return to Europe.
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Wit hin the fra mework Chaplin pokes fu n at a whole variety of targets incl uding
McCarthyism, dogma-spouting Marxists, fifties rock & roll, and even wide-screen movies. ----------------- --- -,-------------------------- ---- ---------------------------- --,
: L EAS E A GR EEMEN T
1957 105 minutes Super 8mm B&W Sound . . .. . .. . ... .. .. . .... .... . . .. $175.00 I
THE FILMS OF CH A RL ES CHAPLIN
Ava ilable for lease in the U.S. its territories and posseSSions o nly.
! agree to lease the fo llow ing Super 8mm M agneuc sound prints o f the Fdrns of Charles Chapli n on the fo ttow ing terms :
A KING IN NEW Y OR K

THE GOLD KUSH

( ) MODERN TI M ES
1 ) TH E GOLD R USH 11942 Version ) ( ) A DAY 'S PL EASUR E
I ) THE C I RCUS ( ) PAY DAY
I understand t hat t hese printl s) are leased to me for non·comm erclal home use exh ib ition by d irec t pro jection on ly fo r th e
usable lif e o f the pri nt t hrough A ugust 1, 199 1 A t all times during m y possession of the se print (s) I unders tand t hat t hey
THE GOLD RUSH easily rates as one of the most nearly-perfect motion pictures ever remain t h e p ropert y o f rbe fi lm s, and that I acqu ire no ownership in t e re~ t to t hese prints. I rec ognize that m y estate has no
interest wh atsoever in the p ri nt is)
made. There are other Chaplin films with more laughs and others that are more moving, but
I reco gnize tha t these mOLion pictu res are p ro tected b y vario us copyri ghts held b y o ne or morc o f the fo llow ing ; Charles
the blending of comedy, drama and excitement to be found in THE GOLD RUSH is unique. Chap lin, t he Chaplin SlUd ios, Inc., Chades Chap lin Film Co rpo rat ion, Cel ebr ated Films Corporat ion, Atti ca Film Co., L td
From the impressive opening scene of an endless stream of hopeful prospectors trudging and Roy Ex port Company Estab l ishment. I w il l not take an y action , or fail to t ak e any acti on , wh ic h would re sult in a challenge
to t he val idity of or a failu r e to p ro te ct the copy r ights of the se films.
through the snow-piled Chilkoot Pass, this story of the turn-of-the-century Klondike gold
I w ill not make any commerc ia l use of the pri nt(5) no r perm i t t he p rin t (s) to be duplicated. altered , edited, or exh ibited In any
rush takes on a near-epic scale. Into it all wanders a lone prospector to do battle with a manner other than non co mm ercial home use
crazed but gentle giant (Mack Swain). He falls in love with a dance hall girl (Georgia Hale) Further, I will not sub ·lease, trade, or otherwise dispose o f t he pr int/s) wi thou t pri or wr itten permission from rbe fi lm s.
who sees him all too clearly as th e ludicrous figure he is, and barely escapes from a cabin On th e expiration of th is lease (A u,]ust 1, 199 1). o r upon expiration of t he life o f t he print !s l. w h ichever occurs f irst, I agree to
blown off its foundation to a precarious balance on the edge of a preCipice. Th is last return the pr int (s), to rbc f ilms. 933 North La Brea A ven ue , Los A ngeles, Cali fo rnia 90038, or to mail to rb c films a certificate
sworn be f o re a No tary PUbl ic. t hat I have d es t royed the p ri nt(s).
sequence remains one of the most terrifying and screamingly fu nny ever staged. The
I understand tha t in the even t I vi olate an y o f th e t er m s o f th is lease, r bc films has the rl yh t to Im med iately can cel th is le ase and
depiction of manic gold fever and of th e instant cities which sprang up to simultaneously all my rights of possession of th e pri nt(s) checked above
feed it and feed off it is remarkably convincing. (From the standpOint of what used to be I ac k nowledge th at rhe film s is rel yin g on m y aC k nowledgements and agreem en ts eontall1ed in this lease agreement, in maki ng
called "production value" this is easily the most sophisticated of the Chaplin films .) the above checked pri nt (s) avallab!e to me .

In 1942 Chaplin re-issued THE GOLD RUSH to an exact reprise of the acclaim with which II N,me " ,••• ' ''"'' II:

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it had been greeted seventeen years earlier. For the occasion he added an original score : DATE Add eoss :
and replaced the printed narrative and dialogue titles with his own spoken narration. This
revision greatly benefitted the paCing of the film, and it is this version which is being offered. 1.________ _ _ _ _ _ ___ ___ _ ___ ________ _ __ _____________ _ _ ______ ___ _ ___ ___ __ _ _ __ __ _ J

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A JITNEY ELOPEMENT . . . .. ...... 1915

THE FACE ON THE


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OAR ROOM F LOOR ................ 1914


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A NIGHT AT THE SHOW . . .. . ..... . 1915 .

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CAUGHT IN THE RAIN . .. . .. . .. . .. 1914


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A NIGHT OUT ................. ; ... 1915

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CAUGHT IN A CAOARET .......... 1914
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THE FIREMAN ... . ... . ............ 1916

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MABEL'S OUSY DAY .............. 1914

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A OUSY DAY . . .. .. ..... . .. . .. . .... 1914


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THE FLOORWALKER ............. 1916

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MABEL'SMARRIEDUFE ......... 1914


THETRAMP .......... . ... . ....... 1915
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OETWEEN SHOWERS ............. 1914


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THE IMMIGRANT ................. 1917

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MAKING A LIVING ................ 1914
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TRIPLE TROUBLE ................ 1918
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THE FATAL MALLET . . .. . .. . ..... 1914


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ONE A.M............. . ............ 1916

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A WOMAN ........................ 1915
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A GENTLEMAN OF NERVE ........ 1914

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THEPAWNSHOP ................. 1916

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THE NEW JANITOR ............... 1914

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GI!."'ITING AQUAINTED ............ 1914

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~!=." ...................... 1916

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THE PROPERTY MAN . . . .. ..... . . . 1914
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THE FLOORWALKER ............. 1916

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MABEL'S MARRIED LIFE ......... 1914


THE TRAMP ...................... 1915
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BE1WEEN SHOWERS .. . . .. ... . ... 1914


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THE IMMIGRANT ................. 1917

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MAKING A LIVING ......... . ...... 1914
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TRIPLE TROUBLE " ....... . ...... 1918
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THE F ATAL MALLET ............. 1914


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THE MASQUERADER ............. 1914

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A GENTLEMAN OF NERVE .. .. .... 1914


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THE NEW JANITOR ............... 1914


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GETrING AQUAINTED ............ 1914
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THE PROPERTY MAN ............. 1914

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IDS FAVORITE PASTIME ......... .1914
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IDS MUSICAL CAREER ........ . ... 1914


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THESTARBOARDER ............. 1914
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Arbuckle. 3 minutes.

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THE ADVENTURER ... ~............ 1917 16mmB & W SHent ................ $7.75

IDS NEW PROFESSION . . .......... 1914


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BEHIND THE SCREEN ............ 1916 Fairbanks, Griffith, Winston Churchill, etc.

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THOSE LOVE PANGS .. . ........ . .. 1914


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THE COUNT .... . ................. 1916
TILLIE'S PUNCTURED ROMANCE .1914

22 minutes. Charles Chaplin, Marie Dressler, Mable

THE BANK .... .. . . ..... . .. . .. . .. . 191S


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comedy Mack Sennett at the helm. A

THECURE .... : .. . .. ........ . .. . .. 1917


fabulous success, the film had Chaplin as a

BY THE SEA .... .. ... . . .... .. ... .. 1915


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city slicker who lures count ry girl Tillie to

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the city for the purpose of getting her

16 DUD B & W Silent ... ............ $27.50


Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. . .. .. .. $37.98
money. Things snow-ball along right up to

Super 8 DUD B & W Silent ......... . . $9.50


the fast-moving climax when the Keystone

EASY STREET .............. .. .... 1917


Cops join the madness. 52 minutes.

THE CHAMPION .... . ............. 1915


21 minutes.
16mmB & W Sound . . . ... .. ...... $139.00

20 minutes.
Super 8 DUD B & W SHent ....... . .. 523.98
Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. .. ...... $99.98

t Charlie Chaplin Super 8 DUD B & W SHent . ... .. . ... $15.98


Super 8 DUD B & W Sound ....... . .. $37.98
Super8DUDB& WSHent .. ...... .. $31 .98

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(LAUV~L& tiAV()"'- ~tif)VT')

iron' in it-with one of the nuttiest L&H THE MUSIC BOX . . .......... . ..... 1932

comedies the result. 20 minutes. Winner of the Academy Award for best

SuPer 8 mm B & W Sound . ... .. . .. $39.98 comedy short subject of 1931-32; the b~ys

are piano movers who have a ~ simple

t he ground-to the horror of the building's SCRAM ...."... . ........ . .. . ....... 1932
job ... deliver a piano to a house at the top of

~ilent owner, slow-burn master Edgar Kennedy. Vagrant s, the boys are given one hour to
a hill-by the longest flight of stairs
Lots of classic L&H sight gags. 20 minutes. get out of town by the judge, a plastered
imaginable! One of the all time comedy
HABEUS CORPUS ................. 1928
Super 8 B & W Silent . . ........ . ... $23.98 playboy invites them to spend the night at
classics, it's man vs. machine in grand style!
Their boss, a mad scientist, sends them to his home-only it's the judge's house! 20
30 minutes.
the cemetery to get bodies for his work. A minutes.
Super 8 mm B & W Sound .......... $55.98
midnight invasion of the graveyard begins a FLYING ELEPHANTS ............. 1927
SuperS B& WSOund .............. $39.98

chain of events that could only happen The Stone Age, Laurel & Hardy style, as

the boys become cavemen out to find


TOWED IN A HOLE ............... 1933

to Laurel and Hardy. 20 minutes. Mr. Laurel and Mr. Hardy, fish peddlers,

. Super 8 B & W Silent . . .. . .. . ..... . $23.98 mates-and ending up competing for the
A PERFECT DAY .................. 1929

same girl. 20 minutes.


A simple picnic with the family is a disaster
decide to buy a boat, catch their own fish

LEAVE 'EM LAUGHING ... .. .... . . 1928


Super 8 B & W Silent ....... . .. . ... $21.98
for Laurel and Hardy. Ready to take to the
and cut out the middle man. Their boat

Stan goes to the dentist, Ollie comes along


country with their wives and a gout-ridden
comes from a junk yard and the audience

to see him through. When Ollie decides to


WRONG AGAIN ......... , ......... 1929 brother-in-law, the boys find things going
gets a lesson in how not to make a boat

assist in the tooth-pulling, the boys get a


It could only happen to Laurel & Hardy! from worse to impossible as the laughs
seaworthy from these two zanies. 20

large dose of laughing gas. Smashed on the


They hear a millionaire is offering a reward mount. 20 minutes.
minutes.
stuff, they cause the wildest traffic jam in
for his stolen 'Blue Boy.' The boys think it's Super S B & W Sound .. . . .. . . ... . .. $39.98
Super 8 B & W Sound ....... . .. . ... $39.98

history! 20 minutes.
a race horse with the same name and take it
Super 8 B & W Silent .............. $27.98
to the man's home, instead of the fanted OUR WIFE ... .. ................... 1931
TITFORTAT .... .. ............... 1935

painting. In one of the nuttiest Laurel &


BIG BUSINESS .................... 1929
Hardy sequences filmed, the boys put the The bride's father opposes her marrying
An unusual L&H comedy-it's a direct

Laurel & Hardy try to sell Christmas tree


horse on the millionaire's piano! 20 minutes. Oliver, so an elopement is planned with
follow-up to 'Them Thar Hills' with the boys

to skinflint James Finlayson ... and war is


Super 8 B & W Silent ........ . ..... $23.98 Stan along to 'help.' As usual, everything
opening an electrical shop next to a grocery

declared in a tit-for-tat battle that ends


goes wrong and, as the topper, cross-eyed
run by the couple they met in the other

with the boys demolishing Finlayson's


WITH LOVE AND mSSES ......... 1927 silent comedian Ben Turpin pops up as the
film. Hostilities flair and each tries to outdo

house! One of the all-time classic moments


The boys are privates in the army, justice of the peace. 20 minutes.
the other in demolishing the respective

of comedy. 20 minutes.
Super S mm B & W Sound .... ... .. $39.98
stores! 20 minutes.

matching half-wits with their top sergeant. SuperSB& WSOund .. . .. .. ..... . . $39.98

Super 8 B & W Silent . . .. . ..... . ... $23.98


Of course, with Laurel & Hardy around,
ONE GOOD TURN ... . .... . ... . .... 1931

LmERTY ..... . ..... . .. . .......... 1929


only chaos can result. They create a riot on Good-hearted dummies that they are, Mr.

On the lam from a prison break convicts


a troop train, destory an inspection and Laurel & Mr. Hardy try to auction their car
THE LAUREL & HARDY MURDER
Laurel & Hardy are helped by co~federates
b~rn up their platoon's clothing! 20 to help an old lady about to be evicted by
CASE ............... . .. . .. . ....... 1930
- and end Up' on the girders of a
ml!lutes. The boys think Stan is the missing heir to
the villian. Stan winds up making the

sky-scraper with no place to go but down! ' Super 8 B & W Silent ..... . .. . .. . . $27.98
highest bid! After all their trouble, the duo
the $3,000,000 estate of the late Ebenezer
An example of 'thrill comedy' with no use of
Laurel. Arriving at the gloomy old man­
process screens or doubles for the ' boys'
Ollie UNACCUSTOMED AS WE ARE ..... 1929 finds it was only a play! 20 minutes.
sion, the boys find themselves in the thick
brings Stan home for dinner, the wife Super 8 B & W Sound . ....... . .. . . . $39.98
of it with a murderer at large in this spoof of
incredible perils. 20 minutes.

walks out. A lovely neighbor offers to help, the 'old dark house' type of mystery
Super 8 B & W Silent .. ... "... .. ... $23.98
~I

Super 8 B & W Sound Music ....... . $39.98


burns her dress and has to hidel ili ia trunk MIDNIGHT PATROL . .. . .. . .. .. .. . .,1933
chillers popular at the time. 30 minutes.
just as Mrs. Hardy and the ,rneighbor's Rookie cops on night patrol, the boys are
Super 8 B & W Sound .... ...... .... $59.98
DO DETECTIVES THINK? ......... 1927
jealous husband. a cop, -retut-n! With eager to put the grab on law-breakers. As

Laurel & Hardy couldn't catch a cold, let


Thelma Todd, Mae Busch Ii uad. Edgar any L&H fan can guess, they're more of a
ME&MYPAL .......... . ...... . ..-.1933
alone a criminal-so you can imagine the
Kennedy. 20 minutes. help than a hindrance to crooks and nearly
Ollie's getting married and Stan's best man.
laughs when they try to protect judge
Super 8 B & w. Silent ...... . .. '.' ... $15.98 lose their squad car to a burgler! 20
But a jig-saw puzzle Stan brings out gets ,
Jimmy Finlayson from an escaped mad
• l~"_ minutes .
Ollie involved first, then a deliveryman, a
killer-especially when the madman is
TWO TARS . . .. ........... .'Lmr.. ... 1928 Super 8 B & W Sound .............. $39.98
cop, a taxi-driver and the father-in-law
already the judge's butler! 20 minutes.
The boys are sailors on leave; renting a car joins in with a riot the result. 20 minutes.
Super 8 B & W Silent .............. $25.98
they pick up two girls and head right for a BRATS .... . ...................... 1930
Super 8 B & W Sound ..... . ....... $39.98­
traffic jam and one of the most famous,
Laurel & Hardy have this short all to

DOUBLE WHOOPIE ........... '.... 1929


~owlingl! fU!lDY s~q~enc~~ of _buildin~ th .. m",..\v..", ,,'" t.h",v nhv t.h",n",pl""" "nil
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house! One of the all-time classic moments . SES: ... .. ... 19Z7 justice of the peace. 20 minutes. lie oUler iD"'(\emons/Un-g-tn-e~re"Sp~lve'-~---......
of comedy. 20 minutes. The ~ys are. prl~ates .m the army, Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. .. .. . .. $39.98 stores! 20 minutes.
Super 8 B & W Silent 523 98 matchmg half-Wits With thell' top sergeant. Super 8 B & W Sound . .. ... .. ...... $39.98
.............. • Of course, with Laurel & Hardy around,
ONE GOOD TURN ..... . ........... 1931

LmERTY ........... . ..... .. ...... 1929 only chaos ~n result. They ~reate ~ riot on Good-hearted dummies that they are, Mr.
On the lam from a prison break convicts a troop tram, destor y an mspectlOn and Laurel & Mr. Hardy t ry to auction their car THE LAUREL & HARDY MURDER
Laurel & Hardy are helped by co~federates b~rn up their platoon's clot hing! 20 to help an old lady about to be evicted by CASE . . ............... . .. . .. . ..... 1930
- and end up on the girders of a ml!lutes. The boys think Stan is the missing heir to
t he villian. Stan winds up making the the $3,000,000 estate of the late Ebenezer
sky-scraper with no place t o go but down!· Super8B & W Silent ............. 527.98 highest bid! After all their t rouble, the duo
Laurel. Arriving at the gloomy old man­
An example of 't hrill comedy' with no use of . finds it was only a play! 20 minutes.
process screens or doubles for the ' boys' U~AC~USTOMED AS WEARE ..... 1929 Super 8 B & W Sound . ..... . ...... . $39.98 sion, the boys find themselves in the thick
incredible perils. 20 minutes . Olhe brmgs Stan home for dinner, the wife of it with a murderer at large in this spoof of
Super 8 B & W Silent . .... ... ... . .. $23.98 walks out. A lovely neighbor offers to help, the 'old dark house' type of mystery
Super 8 B & W Sound Music . ....... $39.98 ';Iurns her dress and has to hidelin .a trunk
MIDNIGHT PATROL ....... . ... . ... 1933
chillers popular at the time. 30 minutes.
~ust as Mrs. Hardy and the meighbor's Rookie cops on night patrol, the boys are Super8B& W Sound . .. ... ........ 559.98
DO DETECTIVES THINK? . . .. . .... 1927 Jealous husband, a cop, .retutn! With eager to put the grab on law-breakers . As
Laurel & Hardy couldn't catch a cold let Thelma Todd, Mae Busch i.t a'lld Edgar any L&H fan can guess, they're more of a ME &MYPAL ........ ..... ... .. . .-.1933

alone a criminal-so you can imagine'the Kennedy. 20 mi~utes . help than a hindrance to crooks and nearly Ollie's getting married and Stan's best man.
l~ughs w?en they try to protect judge Super 8 B & w. Silent ................. $15.98
lose their squad car to a burgler! 20 But a jig-saw puzzle Stan brings out gets .
Jimmy Finlayson from an escaped mad .e" minutes. Ollie involved first, then a deliveryman, a
killer-especially when the madman is TWO TARS •• •............. Lm:. ... 1928 Super 8 B & W Sound ... . ......... . $39.98 cop, a taxi-driver and the father-in-law
already the judge's butler! 20 minutes. The boys are sailors on leave; renting a car joins in with a riot the result. 20 minutes.
Super 8 B & W Silent ... . .. ........ 525.98 they. pi~k up two girls and head right for a BRATS ..................... . . .. .. 1930
Super 8 B & W Sound ........ .. .... $39.98­
traffic Jam and one of the most famous Laurel & Hardy have this short all to
DOUBLE WHOOPIE ...... . ........ 1929 howlingly funny sequences of building' themselves as they play themselves
and THE LIVE GHOST .... . ............ 1934

As doorman & footman of a plus hotel, dest~uction .lrpm their silent days. A their own children-with kids proving to be Shanghaied on a fre~hter and made part of
Laurel & Hardy are first mistaken for claSSIC! 30 rnlnutes. just as zany as their fathers. One of the the crew, Laurel & Hardy drive all on board
visiting royalty before they start work and Super 8 B &~Silent .. . ...... . .. . . 527.98
most unusual of the L&H series. 20 batty and the appearance of a 'ghost'
bring nothing but headaches for the mange- Super 8 B & w Sound ... .. ... . ..... 539.98
minutes. doesn't help matters any. 20 minutes.
ment and guests-including attractive Jean Super8B & W Sound . .... . ....... $39.98 Super 8 B & W Sound .... . ... .. .... $39.98

Harlow, who loses more than her dignity. FROM SOUP TO NUTS .. .. ... . ..... 1928
20 minutes. The boys are hired as butlers by would-be
Super 8 B & W Silent ............. .523.98 society lady Anita Garvin (a talented, but ANY OLD PORT .. . .. .. . . .......... 1932
unsung comedienne of the silent days) for The boys, back from a whaling trip, get
EARLY TO BED ....... . . .. . . . . .. . . 1928 her dinner party. . Anyone who knows mixed up with a maiden in distress, lose
Ollie inherits a fortune and makes Stan his Laurel and Hardy can be sure the party is nearly everything and get involved in a
butler . The money tur ns him into a doom~d to inevitable disaster in this prize-fight where Hardy bets against
high-living man-about -town; one night he g-ag--filled riot! 20 minutes. . Laurel. Sure enough, Laurel wins! 22
comes home loaded and proceeds to make Super 8 B & W Silent . . ............ $21.98 minutes.
life miserable for Stan. Things come to a Super 8 B & W Sound .... .... . .. ... $39.98

head when Ollie thinks Stan's gone PUTTING PANTS ON pmLIP ... . .. 1927
mad-and is foaming at the mouth! 20 Community leader Ollie meets Stan, his OLIVER THE VIII .. . .. . ... . . . ..... 1934 ~.
minutes. nephew from Scotland-compelte with kilts The boys are houseguests at the home of
Super 8 B & W Silent .............. $23.98 and tartan- and an eye for the ladies. Ollie's bride-to-be, a rich widow. They soon
Determined to get t rouser s on his nephew, find out she's more than a little bananas­
BACON GRABBERS .. . ............ 1929
~llie .finds n ?thing but trouble awaiting him she's out to kill off all men named
The world's most inept process servers m thIS clasSIC comedy . 20 minutes. Oliver ... and Ollie is set to be number 8! 30
battle of world's most hostile citizen, Edgar Super 8 B & W Silent .............. $23.98
minutes.
Kennedy, when t hey try to repossess a Super 8 B & W Sound .. . . .. . . .. . . .. $53.98
radio. The result is bedlam as a battle of
wits ensues-with bedlam t he final result.
~()und
BEWW ZERO ... . . ..... ... . . .. .. .. 1930
Featuring J ean Harlow. 20 minutes. THEM THAR mLLS . ..... . ........1934 The duo are street musicians; St an plays a
Super 8 B & W Silent .... . . .. ...... $23.98 Ollie is told to go to the mountains to get rid portable organ, Ollie plays a bass violin.
of his gout. The campground has just been I Passing t he hat is getting t hem nothing
FINISHING TOUCH .... . ... . . . ..... 1928 vacated by moonshiners, who've dumped I until they find a billfold in the street -with
The boys are professional house finishers t heir booze in a well. A couple stops by as money! 20 minutes.
who really finish off a house-right down to everyone tries some of the well water with Super 8 B & W Sound . . .. . . . .. '.' ... $39.98 Laurel aud Hanly

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C(A)medie~
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DIRTY WORK .............. . ...... 1933
Mr. Laurel & Mr. Hardy as chimney sweeps
find their employer a slightly nutty
scientist. The boys find their job isn't
exactly a white collar one. 20 minutes.
Super 8 B & W Sound ........... .. . 539.98

GOING BYE BYE .... . .... . .. . ..... 1934


LiU~~Tt:;~~U~ l
Laurel & Hardy are witnesses who help BLOCKHEADS .. . .. .. ......... . ... 1938 every man on the post has been jilted by the
send a tough convict to prison. He Stan and Ollie are reunited after 25 years same girl! The film's climax has the boys
threatens revenge and breaks out of jail following WW I. Stan was told to guard a ending up unlikely heroes in subduing a Riff
hunting for the boys. It's a laugh a minute certain trench and has been on duty ever uprising with a barrel of tacks. A wild
as Stan and Ollie keep one jump ahead of since-nobody told him the war was over! ending for an L&H film. 39 minutes.
Tit for Tat this nut. 20 minutes. When Ollie brings him home to meet the Super 8 mm B & W Sound . ... ...... 569.98
Super 8 B & W Sound .............. 539.98 wife and have a home-cooked meal, · the
LAUGIDNG GRAVY ... .. . .. ....... 1931 boys find themselves in the middle of
The boys match wits with .their animal­ PARDON US ....... . .. .. . . .. . . .. .. 1931

domestic bedlam and have a run-in with James Finlayson, Walter Long. It's Prohibi­
hating landlord, trying to smuggle in a ANOTHER FINE MESS ..... . ..... . 1930 their hot-tempered neighbor, big-game
small dog on a cold, snowy winter's night. Chased by a cop, t he boy's hide in a hunter Billy Gilbert! 59 minutes. tion and Mr . Laurel & Mr. Hardy decide
Ollie gets locked out in the cold while Stan mansion, overhear the butler and maid Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. .. ... .. . $89.98 to make a little loot as bootleggers. But
is no help at all. 20 minutes . . saying t hat instead of renting the house for when they sell some booze to a man who
Super 8 B & W Sound ............. . 539.98 the master they're going on a trip; the boys PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES . .. . . . .1932 turns out to be a cop, they end up in prison.
t ake over, Ollie as master of the house, The boys, misfit privates during WW I, set From here one, it 's a spoof on the
HOOSEGOW ...... ...... . . .... . . .. 1929 St an as Hives t he butler and the maid as out to find the grandparents of the little girl hard-boiled prison film, with Laurel &
The boys are inmates in a prison work-camp well, as they check out prospective tenants, of buddy killed in action. As t hey t ry t o find Hardy the t wo most unlikely crooks ever
because they were 'watching a raid.' Not one of whom is the Master, back un­ the child's relatives, officials from the seen behind bars. One of their classics. 56
even prison life can stop Laurel & Hardy expectedly. 30 minutes. minutes.
from wrecking havoc with guards and t he orphanage want to take t he child from Super 8 mm B & W Sound ...... . ... 597.98
Super 8 B & W Sound .. ... ... .. .. . . $53.98
governer. The climax is a cooked-rice them. It's a laugh-filled race against time
throwing battle t hat is a riot. 20 minutes. . with a happy ending for all. 65 minutes . SAPS AT SEA ..... .. . ... . . .. ... ... 1940
TIDCKER THAN WATER .... . . .. .. 1935 Super8mmB& W Sound . .. .. .. ... $80.98
Super 8 B & W Sound .... . .. . . .... . 539.98 Stan's t he star boarder in the Hardy's The boys are a couple of horn-testers at a
home; a weekly payment must be made to hor n factory. When Ollie develops horn­
HELPMATES ........ .. .. ..... .... 1931
the furniture dealer. The wife gives Ollie WAY OUT WEST . . . .... . ..... . . .. .1937
fever (he gets violent at t he sound of a horn)
Mr. Hardy learns that with a friend like Mr. the money. Ollie gives the money to Stan to James Finlayson. One of the most famous the doctor orders a rest. They buy an old
Laurel you don't need enemies; he asks make the payment. .. with St an getting into films . A spoof of the super-western with the sailboat, only t o be set adrift in the
Stan to help fix up the house before his an auction and buying a grandfather's clock! boys making the west wilder, and nuttier, night - with a wanted gangster a stow­
terrifying wife returns. Stan does his t han it already is. Trying to help an away. The laughs build in this L&H comedy
20 minutes.
best- right up t o burning the house down that will have everyone laughing. 61
Super8B& WSound . .. ........... $39.98
orphaned girl claim her inheritance, a gold
to the ground! 20 minutes . mine, the boys t angle with a dishonest minutes .
Super 8 B & W Sound . ... .. .. . .... . 539_98 saloon keeper and his aids. The west is Super 8 mm B & W Sound ..... . .... 597.98
DEDIG . .... .. ... ... . ...... . . . .... 1930 never the same by the time they're
HOG WILD .. ....... . ........... . . .1930 Stan, Ollie and their wives are getting through! 66 minutes. SONS OF THE DESERT ... .. .. . .... 1934
The boys vs. radio aerial that they're trying ready for a big day at Atlantic City. As you Super 8 mm B & W Sound .......... 599.98 Charlie Chase. Stan & Ollie belong to the
to install for Ollie's wife. Their jour ney to can expect, everything that could possibly lodge known as the Sons of the Desert.
the roof, the problems that follow and the go wrong for the Laurels and the Hardys. When the lodge holds is annual convention
BOHEMIAN GIRL ................. 1936
insane climax with Ollie hanging on to a 30 minutes. James Finlayson, Thelma Todd. The boys and Ollie's wife won't let him go, the boys
ladder in a car driven by Stan-one of their Super8B& W Sound .............. 553.98
cook up a wild scheme to sneak out. But the
are probably the two most inept gypsies
classics. 20 minutes. to ever pick a pocket. When a little girl, wives find out and bedlam and hilarity are
Super 8 B & W Sound . ... . . . ... .. .. 539.98 THEIR FIRST MISTAKE . .. . . ...... 1932 daughter of a nobleman who wronged one of the result in this comedy classic. 66
Ollie's wife (Mae Busch) is tired of his the gypsies, is stolen by Ollie's faithless minutes.
BUSY BODIES ... .. ........ . ...... 1933 palling around with Stan; Stan, trying to wife, the boys end up as 'fathers' to the Super 8 mm B& W Sound .......... 599.98
Laurel & Hardy as carpenters working in a help, suggests Ollie · get a baby so the child who becomes a lovely woman. The
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.n >.i."m......ean _h e.-ke.eo._busy. But the little +- ..... ~~~tln."'!lol ,.""rnn.H,.o.t-;.n.n.c:" ,.1.o".ol.....n. urlt'h fo,_
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governer. The climax is a cooked-rice th~m . It's a laugh-filled race against t ime
throwing battle t hat is a riot. 20 minutes . ­ with a happy ending for all. 65 minutes .
THICKER THAN WATER . . . . . .. .. . 1935
Super 8 JDID B & W Sound . . . . .. .... $80.98 SAPS AT SEA .... . ... . . . ....... .. .1940

Super 8 B & W Sound ... .. . ... .. . .. $39.98 The boys are a couple of horn-testers at a

Stan's the star boarder in the Hardy's

home; a weekly payment must be made to


horn factory. When Ollie develops horn­

HELPMATES ....... .. . ......... . . 1931


the furniture dealer. The wife gives Ollie
WAY OUT WEST . . .. . .. .. . . . ... . .. 1937 fever (he gets violent at the sound of a horn)

Mr. Hardy learns that wit h a friend like Mr.


the money. Ollie gives the money to Stan to
J ames Finlayson. One of the most famous t he doctor orders a rest. They buy an old

Laurel you don't need enemies; he asks


make t he payment ... with Stan getting into
films. A spoof of the super-western with t he sailboat, only to be set adrift in the

Stan to help fix up the house before his


an auction and buying a grandfather's clock!
boys making t he west wilder, and nuttier, night - with a wanted gangster a stow­

terrifying wife returns . Stan does his


than it already is. Trying to help an away . The laughs build in this L&H comedy

20 minutes.
best- right up to burning the house down
Super 8 B & W Sound . . ............ $39.98
orphaned girl claim her inheritance, a gold that will have everyone laughing. 61

to the ground! 20 minutes.


mine , the boys tangle with a dishonest minutes.

Super8B& WSound ..... . ..... ... $39.98


saloon keeper and his aids. The west is Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. .. . . ... . $97.98

BEBIG . .. . . . . .... .. . ...... . .. .... 1930


never the same by the time they're
HOG WILD ... .. .. ........... . . . ... 1930
Stan, Ollie and their wives are getting
through! 66 minutes. SONS OF THE DESERT .. . ...... .. . 1934

The boys vs. radio aerial that they're trying


ready for a big day at Atlantic City. As you
Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. . ...... . $99.98 Charlie Chase. Stan & Ollie belong to the

to install for Ollie's wife. Their journey to


can expect, everything that could possibly

lodge known as the Sons of t he Desert.

the roof, the problems that follow and the


go wrong for the Laurels and t he Hardys.
BOHEMIAN GIRL . ....... . ........ 1936 When the lodge holds is annual convention

insane climax with Ollie hanging on to a


30 minutes.
James Finlayson, Thelma Todd. The boys and Ollie's wife won't let him go, the boys

ladder in a car driven by Stan-one of their


Super 8 B & W Sound .. . . ... . .. . ... $53.98
are probably the two most inept gypsies cook up a wild scheme to sneak out. But the

classics. 20 minutes.
to ever pick a pocket. When a little girl, wives find out and bedlam and hilarity are

Super 8 B & W Sound . ............. $39.98


THEIR FIRST MISTAKE .. . .. . ... .. 1932 daughter of a nobleman who wronged one of the result in this comedy classic. 66

Ollie's wife (Mae Busch) is tired of his the gypsies, is stolen by Ollie's faithless minutes.

BUSyBODIES .... ... .............1933


palling around with Stan; Stan, trying to wife, the boys end up as 'fathers' to the Super 8 mm B& W Sound . ..... .... $99.98

Laurel & Hardy as carpenters working in a


help, suggests Ollie get a baby so the child who becomes a lovely woman. The
planing mill; the two cause nothing but
missus can be keep busy. But the little traditional complications develop with fa­ SWISS MISS .. ..... . ... . .......... 1938
chaos, driving their boss nuts and causing
woman has left, filed for divorce, named ther and daughter reunited while the boys One of the boys' musical comedies, with
as much damage as an atomic bomb! 20
Stan as the cause, and leaving the boys with have a date with the dungeon. One of their emphasis on the laughs. Travelling mouse­
minutes.
the infant. One of their often overlooked classics. 74 minutes.
trap salesmen Laurel & Hardy help for
Super 8 B & W Sound ........ . . . ... $39.98
classics. 20 minutes. Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. . ..... . . $99.98
Super 8 B & W Sound ......... . .... $39.98 Switzerland, sure they have the perfect
territory for their wares. Things don't go as
THE CHIMP . ... ................... 1932

BEAU HUNKS .................... 1931


planned, as the boys end up mixed up with a
When the circus the boys are working for
FIXER UPPERS ....... . ..... . ... . . 1935
romance-and, of all things, a gorilla in the
folds, the left over animals are given out as
Neighbor Mae Busch, unsure of her
Ollie is jilted by a beautiful woman and he &

Stan join the Foreign Legion to forget.


Swiss Alps! Lots of fun in the Laurel and
payment to the workers . Naturally, Ollie
husband's love, gets the boys to pretend to
Hardy manner. 77 minutes. ­
get t he chimp and Stan gets the flea circus
make love to her. The plot backfires when
They soon make life miserable for the

and the audiences get a lot of laughs. 30


the jealous husband challenges Hardy to a
commander -and lear n that just about
Super 8 JDID B & W Sound .. . . .. ... . $99.98
minutes.
duel. 20 minutes.
Super 8 B & W Sound ... ; ... . ...... $48.98
Super 8 B & W Sound . ... ..... . .... $39.98

CHICKENS COME HOME ........ .. 1931

Mr. Hardy is running for mayor on a boast


_COUNTY HOSPITAL .............. . 1932

of a spotless past. An old flame of his pops


Laurel goes to visit his pal in the hospital,
up and demands blackmail; Ollie and Stan
recovering from an accident. By the time
get a worKout as they try to keep old flame
Stan is finished, Ollie finds that the visit is
Mae away from Ollie's wife Thelma Todd in
more dangerous t han the accident ! 20

one of the wildest of t he L&H comedies. 30


minutes.
Super 8 B & W Sound . . . .. . .. . . . .. . $39.98
minutes.

Super 8 B & W Sound . ... ......... . $57.98

COME CLEAN . . . . . ... . .. . .. . . . . ... 1931

BLO'ITO .. ......... .. . . . . . .. . . .... 1930


Hardy and his wife finds themselves
Married Stan wants to go out on the town
trapped into entertaining the Laurels; the
with bachelor buddy Ollie, but can't come
boys go out for ice cream, spot a woman
up wit h an excuse. The boys plot, while
committ ing suicide and save her, only to
wifey listens in on the extension phone, to
have her pursue them to Ollie's home!
head for a speak-easy. But she gets her
Bedlam rules as the boys try to keep their
revenge when she gets them 'drunk' on tea
wives from. seeing their unwanted 'guest.'
she has substituted for wine! 30 minutes.
20 minutes.
Super 8 B & W Sound .. ..... . ...... $48.98
Super8B& WSound .... . ... .... .. $39.98

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FLYING DEUCES . . .. ... . . . . . .. .. .1939 CHOP SUEY AND CO. . ..... ....... 1919

I :J STUUf3I'S
SMILE PLEASE .... .. . .... . . ... . . . 1924
Unlucky in love, even in Paris, Ollie plans 20 minute. 10 minutes. ~
suicide with Stan until t hey've talked into
joining the Foreign Legion. They end up
Super 8 mm B & W Silent . . .. .. . .. . $17.98 j 16mm B & W Silent ..... ... . ... ... 527.50
Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. . . . .. . . .. $8.95
driving t he officers batty, stage an
unbelievable jailbreak, and t ry t o escape in
ELLA CINDERS ......... .. .. .. . .. .1925 THE CITY SLICKER . . ... . . .... . . . . 1918 )
Colleen Moore, Harry Langdon. In t his one THE THREE STOOGES IN KOOK'S 10 minut es.
t he plane they don't know how to fly! film, Colleen Moore is the peer of Chaplin.
Bedlam is the order of the day in this Laurel TOUR .... . . . . ... . .. ...... . . . . . . .. 1970
16 mm B & W Silent . . ..... .. ...... $27.50
One of the most delightful, heartwarming Conceived by Norman Maurer and the Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. .. ...... .58.95
& Hardy laugh riot. 70 minutes. performances in film hist ory. "Cinderella"
16 nun B & W Sound ........ .. ... . $169.00 THREE STOOGES in 1969. KOOKS TOUR
wins the home t own beauty contest and a was originally planned as a television series DIRECTOR OF THE CINEMA ... . ... 1916
Super 8 nun B & W Sound . .... .. ... $99.98 trip to Hollywood. 60 minutes. of half-hour, comedy t ravelogues , star ring 10 minut es.
OUR RELATIONS .... . .... ... . .... 1936 16 mm B & W Silent ............. . 5137.50 the Three Stooges. The format was simple. 16 mm B & W Silent ..... .. . . . . . . .. 527.50
Alan Hale, Sidney Toler, James Finlayson. The Stooges, realizing that after a half­ Super 8 mm B & W Silent . .. . . . . . . .. $8.95
As if one set of Laurel & Hardy wasn't century as stars, t hey had been all over the
enough, now t wo pairs pop up in this world yet had never seen the outside of GOING GOING GONE ... .. ........ . 1919
10 minutes.
comedy of mistaken identit y . The boys'
twin brothers pop up from years at sea and
the fun begins. With each pair mistaken for
MAX
their dressing room, decide to retire from
show business. They will no longer be
St ooges, just three ordinary guys, out t o
16 mm B & W Silent .. ....... . ..... $27.50
Super 8 mm B & W Silent . .......... $8.95
the other, a missing pearl necklace the key
t o the problem and a wild, final chase, t his
LI~ [)~l2 see t he world and enjoy life. They load their
camper, tow their boat and take off to DON'T SHOVE .. . .. . . ......... . ... 1919
is one fo the nuttier L&H comedies made. finally be normal human beings and soak up 10 minutes.
75 minutes. the scenery. But, as t he t it le implies, once a Super 8 ttun B & W Silent .. . ...... . . 59.98
Super 8 mm B & W Sound ... .... .. . $99.98 MAX LEARNS TO SKATE
Stooge always a Stooge, and no matter how
hard they try , their journey's would always HAUNTED SPOOKS ............... 1920
10 minutes.
20 minutes.
A CHUMP AT OXFORD . . ... . . ... . . 1930 16 nun B & W Silent ............... 527.50
prove to be a KOOK'S tour. The film (which
J ames Finlayson. Through no fault of their Super 8 mm B & W Silent ...... . .... 58.50
was never released until now) stands as a Super 8 mm B & W Silent .... .. ... .519.98
own, the boys capt ure a bank bandit and, as final curtain for the Three Stooges after a
a reward, are sent to Oxford University in IDS ROYAL SLYNE SS . ... . .. ... ... 1919
long 'and illustrious show business career. It 20 minutes.
England to further t heir education. The MAX AND THE QUINQUINA
is t he very last time the Stooges appeared Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... $19.98
boys are the butt of a prank by upper 20 minut es.
t ogether on film ... or anywhere. It is the
classmen; t hen Stan gets hit on the head 16 mm B & W Silent . .. ..... ... ... . 555.00
first t ime t hey ever t ried to be themselves JUST NEIGHBORS ............ . ... 1919
and assumes the personalit y of a revered Super 8 mm B & W Silent . '. . .. . . . . . 518.50
on film and the only film, other than the Fox 10 minutes.
member of the college. And Ollie becomes feature, "Snow White and t he Three 16 mm B & W Silent .. . ............ 527.50
his valet ! One of their funniest comedies. 64 MAX AND IDS DOG
Stooges", that they did in COLOR. It is also Super 8 mm B& W. Silent . .. . .. : ..... 58.95
minutes. 10 minutes.
the only film ever financed themselves.. .
Super 8 nun B & W Sound ... ... .... $99.98 16 mm B & W Silent .. . ... . . .. ..... 527.50
and , of course, the final act in a long RING UP THE CURTAIN . .. . ....... 1919
Super 8 mm B & W Silent ...... .. . .. 58.50
successful career as international stars . 60 10 minutes.
minutes. Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. .. .. . . . .. 58.98
HIS FIRST CIGAR
Super 8 Sound, Color ..... . ..... . . $199.00
II LANf3[)UN ] 10 minutes.

16 mm B & W Silent . ....... . .. . ... 527.50

SPRING FEVER . . . ...... . . . . ..... . 1919


10 minutes.
Super 8 mm B & W Silent . .. ....... . 58.50
Super 8 mm B & W Silent . ....... .. .58.95
ALL NIGHT LONG .. . .......... . ... 1924

20 minutes .
( - LLU"Y[) )
16 mm B & W Silent . .... .. . .. ... . . 527.50
Super 8 mm B & W Silent .... ... ... 519.98 A BUSV KNIGHT [Max and the Statue]
STEP LIVELY . . .. . ... . .... . .. . . . .. 1918
~
10 minutes.
10 minutes.
16 mm B & W Silent . ..... . ........ 527.50
ALL ABOARD . . ... . .. .. . .. ...... . . 1917
16 mm B & W Silent .. . . . . .. ....... 52'l.50
BOOBS IN THE WOODS . . .. . . . ..... 1924 Super 8 mm B & W Silent ...... . ... . 58.50

l~
20 minutes. 10 minutes . . Super 8 mm B & W Silent ..... . . . . . . 58.95
Super 8 mm B & W Silent . . . . ... .. . . 59.98

Super8mm B & W Silent ........ .. $17.98

THE SIN OF HAROLD DIDDLEBOCK ...


FEET OF MUD ....... . ...... . . . ... 1924

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BACK STAGE .... . ..... . . .. . . . . . . . 1919
10 minutes.
1';'..."..." R£ WQUAnl- !t?'7 " "
. .. ... ..... . ....... .... . . .... . .... 1946
Ha~old_ !loyd, Ji~my:. Conl~: Edg~r Ke.~-
- - - - .own-;"'tll-e- ooys capture a l)anKl) an(nt ' and~---r--""~--~_-nT~~~~ . ... ... . .. . """.." " final' curtain for the Three Stooges after a
a reward, are sent to Oxford University in
HIS ROYAL SLYNESS . . . . .... .. ... 1919

long 'and illustrious show business career. It 20 minutes.

England to further t heir education. The


MAX AND mE QUINQUINA is the very last time the Stooges appeared
boys are the butt of a prank by upper
20 minutes. Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. ........ $19.98

together on film ... or anywhere. It is the


cIassmen; then Stan gets hit on the head
16 mm B & W Silent . . . ........... . 555.00
first time they ever tried to be themselves JUST NEIGHBORS ... .. ...... . .... 1919

and assumes the personality of a revered


Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. . .... .. . 518.50
on film and the only film, other than the Fox 10 minutes.

member of the college. And Ollie becomes


feature, "Snow White and the Three 16 mm B & W Silent . ... . .......... $27.50

his valet! One of their funniest comedies. 64


MAX AND HIS DOG Stooges", that they did in COLOR. It is also Super 8mm B& W. Silent . ..... : . .... $8.95

minutes.
10 minutes. the only film ever financed themselves ...
Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. ....... . $99.98
16mmB& WSilent .. ............. 527.50
and, of course, the final act in a long RING UP mE CURTAIN ... ..... ... 1919

Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. ... .. .... $8.50 successful career as international stars. 60 10 minutes.

minutes. Super 8 mm B & W Silent .... . ...... $8.98

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10 minutes.
16 mm B & W Silent ...... .. . ...... 527.50
Super 8 Sound. Color ....... .. .. . . 5199.00
SPRING FEVER .. ..... . . . . ... .... .1919

10 minutes.

Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. . . .... .. .$8.95

Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. . . , . .... . $8.50


ALL NIGHT LONG ....... . . .. ... ... 1924

20 minutes.
( LL()'Y() )
16 mm B & W Silent ......... . .. .. . 527.50

Super 8 mm B & W Silent . .. . . .... . $19.98


A BUSY KNIGHT [Max and the Statue) STEP LIVELY ......... ..... .. ... . . 1918

10 minutes. 10 minutes.

16mm B & W Silent ... .. .......... 527.50


ALL ABOARD .... . .... .. . .. . ...... 1917
16 mm B & W Silent ..... ... .. . . .. . $2'l.50

BOOBS IN THE WOODS ........... .1924


Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. .. . ...... 58.50 10 minutes . .
20 minutes.
Super 8 mm B & W Silent ...... ..... $8.95

Super 8 mm B & W Silent ... .. ...... 59.98


Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. .. . ..... $17.98

, THE SIN OF HAROLD DIDDLEBOCK ...


BACK STAGE .... . .... .. ... .. .. . .. 1919
... .... . ..... . . . .... . ...... . .. .. .. 1946

FEET OF MUD . . .. . .......... . . ... 1924


10 minutes.
20 minutes.

Super 8 mm B & W Silent ... .... ... $15.98

J~I2I2~ 16 mm B & W Silent . ... ...... . .... $27.50


Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. " ..... . .. $8.95
Harold Lloyd, Jimmy Conlin, Edgar Ken·

nedy, Margaret Hamilton. Directed, writ·

ten and produced by Prestftf} Sturgess, in

, FIDDLESTICKS . ... . .. ...... . . .... 1926


L~WIS THE CHEF . . .. . . . .... .... . .. . .. . .. 1919

10 minutes.

the mid·1940s, Preston Sturgess persuaded

Harold Lloyd, one of the screen's great

20 minutes.
comedians, to come out of retirement. The
Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. . . . . .. . . $19.98
16 mm B & W Silent ... .. .. .... . . .. 527.50

Super 8 mm B & W Silent . ..... .. ... $8.95


result of this collaboration, has rarely been
VISIT TO A SMALL PLANET viewed since. In a novel idea, Sturgess
HIS MARRIAGE WOW .. . . . ..... ... 1925
Jerry Lewis, Joan Blackman, Earl Holli­ THE HAUNTED MANOR . . . . . . . . ... 1917
opens the film with sequences from
20 minutes.
man. Jerry Lewis is Kreton, a being from 10 minutes. Lloyd's classic silent comedy "The Fresh­
Super 8 mm B & W Silent ..... . .. . . $19.98
outer space who drops in on earth to find 16 mm B & W Silent ............... $27.50 man", moving from the climactic football
out what makes us tick. A way-out comedy Super 8 mm B & W Silent .... .. . .... $8.95 game (in ' which Lloyd becomes a gridiron
LUCKY STAR ......... ....... ..... 1924
based on Gore Vidal's hit Broadway play. A hero in spite of himself) to follow the same
20 minutes.
Hall Wallis production. 85 minutes. character in later years. Harold Diddlebock
16 mm B & W Silent . . ......... . . .. $55.00
Super 8 B & W Sound ............. $139.00 is an accountant in the bookkeeping section
Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... $18.50
of an advertising agency. Still filled with
SAD SACK ...... . .... . ............ 1957
ideas and ambitions, but stifled in his
SOLDIER MAN . ... . . ...... . . . ..... 1926
Jerry Lewis, David Wayne, Phyllis Kirk,
attempts to do something with them,
35 minutes.
Peter Lorre. A comic strip comes to life, the
Harold's life takes a turn when he is fired.
Super 8 mm B & W Silent . ......... $24.98
nuttiest private to ever join the Army.
From that point, Diddlebock's mundane
Baffling the psycholigist or running loose in
existence begins rolling toward his
Arabia, he's enough to make any officer go
encounter with a philosophical bartender
LOST AND FOUND .. . .. . ... . ....... .. .
AWOL. A belly-laugh every step of the
who makes special drinks using the
20 minutes.
way. A Hall Wallis production. 98 minutes.
customer's name as a guide. The collision
16 mm B & W Sound ........ . .... . . 555.00
Super 8 B & W Sound ..... ... ..... $139.00
between our mild-mannered hero and the
amazing "Diddlebock" cocktail results in
PICKING PEACHES .............. . .. . .
DON'T GIVE UP THE SHIP ...... . .. 1959
Harold donning the wildest zoot-suit imagin­
15 minutes.
Jerry Lewis, Dina Merrill, Mickey Shaugh­
able, winning a fortune at gambling and
16 mm B & W Silent ......... .. . . .. 550.00
nessy . How do you lose track of an entire
waking up owning a circus and leading a
Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. . ...... . 517.50
Navy destroyer? Ask Jerry Lewis-he
lion named Jackie on a leash in a mad
pulled if off and the Navy wants to know
scheme to gain financing for said circus. 95
REMEMBER WHEN ........ . .. . .. .1925
how. Its wacky way-out comedy. A Hal
minutes.
20 minutes.
Wallis production. 85 minutes.
16 mm B & W Sound . .... .. .... ... $225.00
Super 8 mm B & W Silent . .... ... . . $15.98
Super 8 B & W Sound . . .. .... . .... $139.00
Super 8 B & W Sound . ... .. .. .... .1119.98
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THE PATCHWORK GIRL OF OZ ..... . . .
An extremely rare film by the creator of t he
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Oz stories in which t he wizard's wife
creat es a mischievous patchwork girl who
gets into zany t roubles .- 50 minutes~
HONEYMOON BRIDGE, , , , , , , , .... 1935
16 mm B & W Silent , , . ... , . ..... . $135.00
Delightful 2-reeler with Leon and his
Super 8 IBID B & W Silent . , ..... , .. $39.50
funniest role. A fantastic dream sequence

highlights this marital comedy.

THE WIZARD OF OZ .. . . .. ... ... .. . 1925


THE BIG SQUIRT . ... . ......... . ... 1937
Larry Semon, Oliver Hardy, Charlie
Myst ery magazines get Charley in and out
Murray, Dorothy Dawn . In his aut obio­
of t rouble, as t he comedy nut searches for
graphy, Buster Keat on said of Larry
t he underworld and t rouble! Good story
Semon, 'There was an extraordinary silent
structure.
pict ure comic who made many successful
short films. His name was Larry Semon.
CALLING ALL DOCTORS ... . ...... 1937
Chaplin, Lloyd and I just couldn't make
Hypochondriac Charley get s a dose from
t wo-reelers as packed with laughs as
Doctor and friends, when he thinks his time
Larry's .' 'Wizard of Oz' was produced and
is near.
directed by Semon, one of the very few
DOG-GONE MIXUP ....... . ...... 1938
features he made. Made many years before
BALLOONATICS .................. 1923
pursuit of him having innocently joined a Judy Garland's version, it is still a most
Canine antics put Harry Langdon in t he dog
Available with sound track. Director: parade and become t he Scapegoate for an ambitious undertaking, filled with typical
house. The wife disapproves of his new pet Keaton, Eddie Cline; Cast: Keaton, Phyllis
anarchist's bomb in this, t he most famous Semon slapstick. 70 minutes.
dog.
Haver. After a surprising and ingenious
'Keaton comedy . 16 mm B & W Silent ..... . .. . ..... $165.00
SEE MY LAWYER ............ . .... 1938
opening sequence and the boy meets girl
16 mm B & W Silent ...... . .. . ..... $55.00 Super 8 IBID B & W Silent . ....... . . $57.50
Baby faced Harry as criminal attorney in a with no likelihood of any further aquain­ Super 8 IBID B & W Silent . . .. .. . . .. $17.50
murder case brings hilarious chuckles to the tance, the story suddenly shifts, and GLORIFYING THE
court. Buster's insatiable curiosity gets him on top THE GARAGE ......... . : . . .. . ..... 1917 AMERICAN GIRL ... . .. . .. , ....... 1929
of a balloon that is forthwith launched. Director: Fatty Arbuckle; Cast : Arbuckle, Mary Eaton, Dan Healey, Edward Crandall
RATI'LING ROMEO ... . ........... 1939 Carried off to the country, Keaton coinci­ Keaton, Alice Lake, AI St. J ohn. This was Kaye Renard. Guest Stars: E ddie Cantor.
A new car pr oduces sudden death in the dently reunites wit h the girl, t ails up. This the last film in which Keaton and Arbuckle Helen Morgan, Rudy Valle and His
hands of Charley Chase at the wheel. was his second to the last silent short officially appeared together and it is a Connecticut Yankees. Directed by Millard
subject. classic in slapstick . The garage is al~o the Webb. An interesting, campy version of
THE HECKLER ........ . .......... 1940 16 mm B & W Sound ............... $69.00 local fire department and t here are great one of Ziegfeld's musicals that kept audien­
Per haps the funniest comedy anywhere. 16 mm B & W Silent ... ............. $59.00 sequences wit h a mad dog, a fire, and a ces enthralled during the early 1900s. The
Charley is a heckler at the sports events, Super 8 IBID B & W Silent . ......... $23.98 break-away car. story is a familiar one ; ambitious girl in a
always making the player produce an error.
16 mm B & W Silent ............... $55.00 musical shop has dancing ability, gets
The "definite" comedy for laughs! THE BLACKSMITII ................ 1922
Super 8 IBID B & W Silent .......... 518.50 involved with an egotistical dancer and gets
Director:Keaton, Malcolm St. Clair. Buster . h er break when she's spotted by a Ziegfeld
POST NO BILLS ............ .. ........ . makes an assembly line out of his smithy THE SILENT PARTNER , . ... . , .... 1955
t alent scout. With t he obnoxious dancer as
Charlie Chase in a delightfully primitive business in a very funny comedy. This was Director : George Marshall; Cast : Buster
her 'partner', via an agreement signed
comedy. Includes the scene that was t he only short produced by his company in Keaton, J oe E. Brown , Zasu Pitts, Bob
before she knew of the Ziegfeld offer. and
censored from the original release print s. which Eddie Cline did not collaborate on the Hope; Producer: Hal Roach . A tragicomedy
an ambitious mother, the girl, Mary Eaton,
10 minutes. story. produced for television. F amous producer,
finds fame, but loses her boyfriend to a
16mmB& W Sound .... . .. . .. . .... $29.00 16mmB& WSilent .. . .. . .. . .. . ... $55.00 . Brown, receives a special academy award good friend . What makes 'Glorifying the
Super 8 IBID B & W Sound ... . .. . ... $16.98 Super 8 IBID B & W Silent . .. .. . . , .. $22.98 on t elevision and reminisces about the American Girl' so interesting is the
"real" base of his oscar, Keaton, who, recreation of many of t he famed Ziegfeld
COLLEGE ... . .. . .. .. .. . . . ..... .. . 1927
forgotten, watches the awards on a cafe product ion numbers, complete with dancers

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by James Horne. Keaton as a college
flash back style. 25 minutes.
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student who is more brain than brawn.
Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . . ... . . .. 548.98 Morgan, Rudy Vallee singing 'Vagabond
during the film are torch-singer Helen
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murder case brings hilarious chuckles to the tance, tile - story suaaeruy sluns,-arm ~ \iLUI'n· ·ru'lU-I~;----~-------.....,.

court. Buster's insatiable curiosity gets him on top THE GARAGE .. . . .. .. . . . .. . .. . . . . . 1917 AMERICAN GIRL . .. . ......... . ... 1929
of a balloon that is forthwith launched. Director: ~atty Arbuckle; Cast: Arb~ckle, . Mary Eaton, Dan Healey, Edward Crandall
RATl'LINGROMEO . . . . . .. ... . . . . . 1939 Carried off to the country, Keaton coinci­ Keaton, AIIC~ Lak~, Al St . John. ThIS was Kaye Renard . Guest Stars: Eddie Cantor,
A new car produces sudden death in the dently reunites wit h the girl, tails up. This the last film 10 whICh Keaton and Arbuckle Helen Morgan, Rudy Valle and His
hands of Charley Chase at the wheel. was his second to the last silent short officially appeared together and it is a Connecticut Yankees. Directed by Millard
subject. classic in slapstick. The garage is also the Webb. An interesting, campy version of
THE HECKLER . .... . ..... . ... . . . . 1940
16mm B & W Sound ..... . . . ...... .$69,00 local fire de~artment and there .are great one of Ziegfeld's musicals t hat kept audien­
Perhaps the funniest comedy anywhere. 16 mm B & W SHent . ... .. . . ....... $59.00 sequences WIth a mad dog, a fIre, and a ces enthralled during t he early 1900s. The
Charley is a heckler at the sports events, Super 8 nun B & W Silent ........ . . $23.98 break-away car: story is a familiar one; l1:mbitio~s. girl in a
always making the player produce an error. 16 mm B & W SHent ... . . . . . ..... . . $55.00 musical shop has danCIng abilIty, gets
The " d efinite" comedy for lau g h s ! THE BLACKSMITH .. . . . .. . .... . ... 1922 Super 8 mm B & W Silent . .. .. ..... 518.50 involved with an egotistical dancer and gets
Director:Keaton, Malcolm St. Clair. Buster ·her break when she's spotted by a Ziegfeld
POST NO BILLS ..... . . . .............. . makes an assembly line out of his smithy T~SILENTPARTNER . . ...... .. . 1955 t alent scout. With the obnoxious dancer as
Charlie Chase in a delightfully primitive business in a very funny comedy. This was DIrector: George Marshall; Cast.: Buster her 'partner', via an agreement signed
comedy. Includes the scene t hat was the only short produced by his company in Keaton, Joe E. Brown, Zasu PIt.tS, Bob before she knew of t he Ziegfeld offer, and
censored from the original release prints. which Eddie Cline did not collaborate on the Hope; Producer: H:U. Roach . A tragicomedy an ambitious mother, the girl , Mary Eaton,
10 minutes. story. produced for. televIsIon . . Famous producer, finds fame, but loses her boyfriend to a
16 mm B & W Sound ............. . . $29.00 16 mm B & W Silent ... . .... . .. .. .. 555.00 . Brown, r:e~eIves a specI~I. academy award good friend. What makes 'Glorifying the
Super 8 mm B & W Sound .......... $16.98 Super 8 mm B & W SHent .. . . . . . . .. $22,98 ~n t~levlSlon an~ remInISCeS about t he American Girl' so interesting is t he
real base of hIS oscar, Keaton, who, recreation of many of t he famed Ziegfeld
COLLEGE . . ....... . .. . . . ... . ... . . 1927 forgotten, watches the awards on a ca~e production numbers, complete with dancers
TV. There are come~y sequences done 10 in elaborate feathered cost umes. Appearing

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Buster Keaton , Florence Turner. Directed


by James Horne. Keaton as a college flash back style. 25 mInutes. during the film are torch-singer Helen
st udent who is more brain than brawn. Super 8 mm B & W Sound . .... . . . . . S48.98 Morgan, Rudy Vallee singing 'Vagabond
When his sweethear t seems to go for an Lover' and Eddie Cantor in his classic
athletic hero, Keaton goes out for every comedy sketch of a t ailor's shop and the
PARLOR,
B E DROOM AND BATH .......•. 1932
bruising and exhausting sport in college ­
That's right! Our man in Europe recently wit h one athletic disaster after another ­
uncovered th is r a re tre asure. Buster until love conquers all. 70 minutes.
'"1'(:.
.customer who wants a suit with 'a belt in
the back.' 80 minutes.
16mm B & WSound ...... . .. . .... $189.00
Keaton's only great sound film co-starring Super 8 mm B & W Silent ......... .$75.98 C()'"~()~ HIS GIRL FRIDAY ................. 1940
Regin ald Denny, Cliff Edwards, Charlotte NOTHING BUT PLEASURE . . . . . .. . 1940
Greenwood, and Dorothy Christie. This When Buster purchases a brand new Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell, Ralph
broad farce was directed by Ed Sedgwick auto .. .watch out! THE GARDEN OF EDEN .. .. ...... . 1928 Ballamy, Gene Lockhart. Directed and
and features many reworkings of Buster's Director: Lewis Milestone; Cast: Corinne Produced by Howard Hawks. One of the
classic routines. 73 minutes. THE GENERAL . . .......... . ... . . . 1926 Griffith, Lowell Sherman, Maude George, all-time hit plays of the newspaper world,
Su per 8mm B&W Sound •....• $159.98 Buster Keaton, Marian Mack, Joe Keaton. Louise Dresser, Charles Ray. Silent. The "The Front Page" served as the basis for
Directed by Buster Keaton. Keaton broke Cinderella of this tale is Toni Le Br un, t his excellent comedy with touches of
CONEY ISLAND from his usual t radition and came up with a whose ambition is to become an opera star. drama. An ace reporter is ready to quit
[Fatty at Coney Island] ........ . .. . .. 1917 comedy that has become one of the great She r uns away from home to answer an ad journalism to lead a normal married life; his
Director: Fatty Arbuckle; Cast : Arbuckle, classics, based on a true incident during the for a singer at the Palais de Paris - which editor wants him t o stay . In the original
Keaton AI St. J ohn. A very funny and fast Civil War when a band of Union raiders isn't at all what Toni imagined it would be. play, the reporter was a man. Here, it 's
paced comedy filmed at the Coney Island of penetrated Confederate lines and stole a There are all sorts of further "screwball" Rosalind Russell and her editor is Cary
yesterday. One of the highlights is a female locomotive to get back to t heir lines. comedies. 85 minutes. Grant . An escaped murder puts Russell's
impersonation sequence by Arbuckle, and a Keaton plays the engineer of 'The General' , 16 mm B & W Silent .. . .. . .. .. .. . . $180.00 determinadon of the test: will she follow
Stan Laurel style crying bit by Keaton. the locomotive stolen and sets out on one of her instincts as a reporter, or, go through
16 mm B & W Silent .... . .. . . . . . . .. $55.00 the funniest, yet exciting, odysssies to get GHOSTS ON THE LOOSE ..... . .... 1943 with her decision to quit? The pace is
Super 8 mm B & W Silent . . ... . . . . . $18.50 it back. Recently selected as the 'Second East Side Kids, Bela Lugosi, Ava Gardner. rapid-fire, with Hawks' famed technique of
Greatest Comedy Films of All Time' in an The gang tangle with Nazi agents in a overlapping conversations adding to the
PEST FROM THE WEST .. . . .. . ... . 1939 international poll. The screenplay was panel-filled 'haunted' house . 70 minutes. fun ... as well as providing that special touch
Playboy Buster, while in Mexico, is up to written by Keaton and Clyde Br uckman, 16 mm B & W Sound . . ... .. ....... $149.98 of realism. This is a truly excellent example
his usual sight gags and trouble. based on the novel 'The Great Locomotive Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . . ...... .$89,98 of that elite genre of films-sophisticated
Chase' by William Pittenger. 90 minutes. comedy. 92 minutes.
ONE WEEK ... .. . . .... .... : ... . ... 1920
16 mm B & W Silent .... . . .. . . ... . $180.00 THE GARDEN OF EDEN ... . ..... . . 1928 16 mm B & W Sound ... . .... . .... .$220.00
. Director: Keaton, Eddie Cline; Buster and
Super 8 mm B & W Silent .... . . . . . . $89.98 Corinne Griffith , Charles Ray. Produced Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . . . ...• . $119.98
his bride inherit a do-it-by-numbers pre-fab
and Directed by Lewis Milestone . A sophis­
house - Only someone has mixed up the
COPS . .. . ... ... . .. . ...... . .. . . . . . . 1922 ticated tale of old Europe in the style of PECK'S BAD BOY . . . ... .. .. .. ... .. 1921
numbers. One of his funniest. Director: Keaton, Cline. Buster ends up Ernst Lubitsch - naughty but charming. J ackie Coogan, Doris May. 60 minutes.
Super 8 mm B & W Silent . . .. . .. . . . $21.98
with hundreds of uniformed policemen in - 16 mm B & W Silent . .. .. .. . .. . .. . $180.00 Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. . . .. .. .. $39.98
6 Hollywood Film Exchange Fall 1976
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KIPPS .. . .... . .......... . ...... . .. 1941


gentle, love-lorn maiden. At a time when by Ernest Lubitsch . A comedy of marital
Michael Redgrave, Diana Wynyard, Phyllis
Calvert, Philip frost , Michael Wilding.
massive, elaborate and star-filled Shakes­
peare-based productions were being releas­
complications serves as the basis for this
classic silent production by one of the great
J/1
Directed by Sir Carol Reed. H.G. Well's ed, this version led by the incomparable directors. With a surprisingly small cast, )1
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slyly satirical novel of Victorian caste and Elisabeth Bergner, has accorded his (Sha­ Lubitsch effectively presents his story, J:
snobbery is the basis for this British kespeare's) AS YOU LIKE IT as friendly a highlighting the proceedings with amusing I
producton, rich in fine performances by a production as a friendly play merits. After incidents and excellent performances.
cast of (at the time) little-known per­ the opulence and expansiveness of "A Adolphe Menjou and Marie Prevost are a
formers...to audiences in America. Michael Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Romeo couple bored with each other ...until the
Redgrave is Kipps, the 'nobody', a draper's and Juliet" it serves as a welcome change in husband sees his wife get into a taxicab
apprentice in Victorian England who the Shakesperean diet and it reminds us with another man, unaware that the man
inherits a fortune and finds himself forced that the Bard actually wrote some of his had already hired the cab at the same time
to cope with his new station in life and the plays without t hinking of them in terms of as his wife. She's being a good samaritan
"responsibilities of a gentleman". Within Reinhardt or Thalberg productions...Rosa­ and dropping him off at his destination. CHECK AND DOUBLE CHECK ... .. 1930
the threads of humor, drama and romance, lind is inconstant as a Summer wind; Miss However, this accidental meeting sparks off Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll, Duke
director Carol Reed has fashioned a motion Bergner can be all inconstancy with the a chain of events. The man in the cab turns Ellington and His Orchestra. Directed by
picture that is not only a classic piece of poised and effortless balance that only a out to be the husband of an old friend, who Melville Brown. In the 30's and 40's,
work, but one that contains some nicely great commands...her finest performance." has just been married. Menjou, becoming audiences laughed to the radio duo named
honed bits of satire at the expense of human A rare and delightful film experience. 96 jealous, has hired a detective to follow his Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll,
foibles . 95 minutes. minutes. wife. A game of flirtation is started by Miss better known as 'Amos n' Andy.' On the
16 mm B & W Sound .. . .. . ........ $189.00
16 mm B & W Sound ... ..... . . . ... $299.98 Prevost and things begin to come to a head radio, the duo came across as two Negroes
Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . ....... $129.98 at a dinner party where Marie prepares to breezing along with the world around them,
switch her husband's place so he will not be making a living with their partnership, the
THE FRONT PAGE ... .. ........... 1930 THE SPEED SPOOK ............... 1924
sitting next to a beautiful blonde. When it Fresh Air Taxi Company. When CHECK
Director: Lewis Milestone; Producer: Ho­ Johnny Hines, Faire Binney. 80 minutes. was first released in New York at the AND DOUBLE CHECK was filmed,
ward Hughes ; Based on the play be Ben Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... $55.98
Strand Theatre, the New York Times Gosden and Correll portrayed their own
Hecht and Charles MacArthur; Cast : Pat remarked "It is unalloyed bliss to watch creations; being white actors, they had to
O'Brien, Adolph Menjou, Mary Brian, DAYS OF THRILLS AND LAUGHTER ... THE MARRIAGE CIRCLE...beginning don blackface makeup. The plot itself (the
Edward Everett Horton, Walter Carlett, Douglas Fairbanks, Charlie Chaplin, Laurel with a hole in a sock and culminating with a boys coping with Kingfish and helping solve
George E. Stone, Mae Clark. This was the & Hardy, Houdini, Pearl White, Harry char acteristic twist , this picture is filled a lovers' triangle-lovely, rich heroine
first filming of the hard-boiled Broadway Langdon, Ben Turpin, Charlie Chase, Snub with surprises and moves along with a about to be fleeced by suave crook while her
comedy about a fast talking reporter who Pollard, Mack Sennett, Fatty Arbuckle, hitherto unknown rapidity of action." 80 honest boyfriend is almost put out into the
shields an escaped "murderer ." The snappy Boris Karloff, The Keystone Cops and The minutes. cold) - is the type of hokum enjoyed ·by
dialog and political and social satires have Sennett Bathing Beauties. An experience in 16 mm B & W Silent ......... . .... $220.00 audiences of the 30's. 73 minutes. ~

made this seldom-available classic timeless. comedy! A carnival of nostalgia! Most Super 8 B & W Silent ............. .$72.50 16 mm B & W Sound .... . ... . ..... $175.00
101 minutes. hilarious of Robert Youngson's complia­
16mm SoundB& W .. . ..... . .... $250.00 tions. 93 minutes. Tin.: RAGE OF PARIS ............. . 1938 MY MAN GODFREY .... . .......... 1936
Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . . .. . .. .$149.00 Danielle Darrieux, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., William Powell, Carole Lombard, Alice
Mischa Auer, Louis Hayward, Directed by Brady, Mischa Auer, Produced and Direct­
AS YOU LIKE IT ....... . ..... . . . . . 1936 THE PERFECT CLOWN . ... .. . . .... 1925 Henry Koster. A zesty , sophisticated ed by Gregory La Cava. One of the great
Elisabeth Bergner, Laurence Olivier, Larry Semon, Dorothy Dawn, Oliver Hardy comedy of the late 1930s with a fine cast of 'screwball' comedies of all time features
Henry Ainley, Sophie Stewart, Mackenzie Larry is entrusted with money to take to players. French actress Danielle Darrieux William Powell and Carole Lombard in fine
Ward, Leon Quartermaine, Richard A t he bank, but it closes before he gets there. had already scored heavily in such films as performances. Carole is the daughter of a
inley, Felix Aylmer, Aubrey Mather. Seeking to protect the money, Semon finds "Mayerling" and "Club de Femmes" when wealthy businessman. Both she and her
Directed and Produced by Dr. Paul himself involved with crooks, cops and his she made this light comedy and got into the sister, spoiled rotten, are in constant
Czinner. One of Shakespear's most familiar avaricious landlord. 55 minutes. spirit of the plot with delightful charm. The competition to top the other. When both
comedies is the gentle AS YOU LIKE IT. Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... $39.98 story has the gorgeous miss trying to find participate in a scavenger hunt, Carole
Now, a rarely-seen ver sion returns to work when the place she was employed at brings home a tramp who turns out to be
enthrall those who enjoy a good adaptation ALL IN A NIGHT'S WORK ...... . . .. 1961 went broke. A head waiter (Mischa Auer) more than he seems. Impressed by his
of the Bard's works. Made in England, this Dean Martin, Cliff Robertson, and Shirley and an ex-actress (Helen Broderick) pool bearing and obvious breeding, the family
version may possibly be one of the earliest
appearances of Laurence Olivier in a
MacLaine star. When a tycoon dies, leaving their money in a plan to help our heroine
all his wealth to Dino, more headaches are snag a rich husband (Louis Hayward), while
makes Godfrey the butler-and soon find
themselves learning a few things about life 1
L -_ _ _
Shakesperean
'l...-.+
production. But it ...is Elisa-
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buddy (Douglas
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from their new


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servant. 95 minutes.
Q~ __ _ ."f)f: IV\ 1
v DrIen, ftUOlpn !VlenJOU, lVlary Drlan, DAYS OF THRILLS AND LAUGHTI!;K . . . THE MARRIAGE CIRCLE...beginning don blackface makeup. The plot Itsel1 (the

Edward Everett Horton , Walter Carlett, Douglas Fairbanks, Charlie Chaplin, Laurel with a hole in a sock and CUlminating with a boys coping with Kingfish and helping solve

George E . Stone, Mae Clark. This was the & Hardy, Houdini, Pearl White, Harry charactE~ristic twist, t his picture is filled a lovers' triangle-lovely, rich heroine

first filming of t he hard-boiled Broadway Langdon, Ben Turpin, Charlie Chase, Snub with surprises and moves along with a about to be fleeced by suave crook while her

comedy about a fast t alking reporter who Pollard , Mack Sennett, Fatty Arbuckle, hitherto unknown rapidity of action." 80 honest boyfriend is almost put out into the

shields an escaped "murderer." The snappy Boris Karloff, The Keystone Cops and The minutes. cold) -is the t ype of hokum enjoyed by

dialog and political and social satires have Sennett Bathing Beauties. An experience in 16 mm B & W Silent .............. $220.00 audiences of the 30's. 73 minutes.

made this seldom-available classic timeless. comedy! A carnival of nostalgia! Most Super 8 B & W Silent .............. $72.50 16 mm B & W Sound ........... . .. $175.00

101 minutes . hilarious of Robert Youngson's complia­


16 mm Sound B & W ............. $250.00 tions. 93 minutes. Tm.: RAGE OF PARIS .......... . ... 1938 MY MAN GODFREY ............... 1936

Super 8 DUD B & W Sound ..... . ... $149.00 Danielle Darrieux, Douglas Fairbanks J r ., William Powell, Carole Lombard, Alice

Mischa Auer, Louis Hayward , Directed by Brady, Mischa Auer, Produced and Direct­

AS YOU LIKE IT ...... .. .. . . . .. . . . 1936 THE PERFECT CLOWN . .... . . . . .. . 1925 Henry Koster. A zesty, sophisticated ed by Gregory La Cava. One of the great

Elisabeth Bergner, Laurence Olivier, Larry Semon , Dorothy Dawn. -Oliver Hardy comedy of the late 1930s with a fine cast of 'screwball' comedies of all time features

Henry Ainley, Sophie Stewart, Mackenzie Larry is entrusted with money to take to players. French actress Danielle Darrieux William Powell and Carole Lombard in fine

Ward, Leon Quartermaine, Richard A the bank, but it closes before he gets t here. had already scored heavily in such films as performances. Carole is the daughter of a

inley, Felix Aylmer, Aubrey Mather . Seeking to protect t he money, Semon finds "Mayerling" and "Club de Femmes" when wealthy businessman. Both she and her

Directed and Produced by Dr. Paul himself involved with crooks, cops and his she made this light comedy and got into the sister, spoiled rotten, are in constant

Czinner . One of Shakespear's most familiar avaricious landlord. 55 minutes. spirit of the plot with delightful charm. The competition to top the other. When both

comedies is the gentle AS YOU LIKE IT. Super 8 DUD B & W Silent . . .. .. .... $39.98 story has the gorgeous miss trying to find participate in a scavenger hunt, Carole

Now, a rarely-seen version returns to work when the place she was employed at brings home a t ramp who turns out to be

enthrall those who enjoy a good adaptation ALLIN A NIGHT'S WORK ....... . .. 1961 went broke. A head waiter (Mischa Auer) more than he seems. Impressed by his

of the Bard's works. Made in England, t his Dean Martin, Cliff Robertson, and Shirley and an ex-act ress (Helen Broderick) pool bearing and obvious breeding, the family

version may possibly be one of the earliest MacLaine star. When a t ycoon dies, leaving their money in a plan to help our heroine makes Godfrey the butler-and soon find

appearances of Laurence Olivier in a all his wealth to Dino, more headaches are snag a rich husband (Louis Hayward), while t hemselves learning a few things about life

Shakesperean production. But it is Elisa­ on the way, when he meets up with Shirley. the would-be groom's buddy (Douglas from their new servant. 95 minutes.

beth Bergner who is the star of the film, A funny and entertaining film for everyone. Fairbanks Jr.) suspects darker motives 16mmB & W Sound . . . ......... .. $225.00

essaying the difficult role of Rosalind who, Super 8 mm Color Sound .. . .... . . $189.95 behind the goings on and before the film is Super 8 mm B & W Sound .... . ... . $119.98

upon being banished, dons the guise of a over, complications ensue as romance is
man and takes the name of Ganymede, THE MARRIAGE CIRCLE .. . .... . . .1924 finally served. 78 minutes A SUBMARINE PIRATE ...... ....... . .

accomplishing the difficult task of managing Adolphe Menjou, Marie Prevost, Creighton 16mmB & W Sound .. .. . . ........ $185.00 Syd Chaplin. 35 minutes.

to almost change her personality from shy, Hale, Monte Blue, Florence Vidor. Directed Super 8 mm B & W Sound ....... .. . $99.98 Super 8 DUD B & W Silent ... . .. .... $24.98

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BILL AND COO . . . .. . . . .......... . . 1947 trapped in a country fair balloon that formation of the solar system, the develop­
This unusual film has a cast of all birds escapes its moorings. The balloon lands in ment of life on Earth and its evolution from
actors. A pair of lovebirds undergo a series the remote Canadian forests and the two primitive forms into the 'highest' form of
of dangers brought on by their enemy ­ begin an odyssey through the forests, life, man. Animated sequences are included
THE CROW. A delight for all ages. Winner facing a real struggle for survival. The as well as some excellent dinosaur anima­
of a special Academy Award for artistry Canadian Civil Air Patrol and the Rangers tion. A rarely seen motion picture now
and patience in movies - 1947. come to the rescue in this excellent family available for those interested in the origin
61 minutes. film highlighted by the rugged northwoods of our world and the life upon it, or for fans
16 mm Color Sound . . ....... . . .. .. $275.00 scenery and the activities of the Rangers. of animation itself. 65 minutes.
Super 8 mm Color Sound .......... $150.00 73 minutes. 16 mm Color Silent ............... $300.00
Super 8 DUD Color Sound .. . ....... $224.95 Super 8 DUD Color Silent .......... U75.00
Available November lst ................ .
LASSIE'S GREAT ADVENTURE .... 1962
June Lockhart, Huge Reilly, Jon Provost. THE GENTLE GIANT .............. 1967
Lassie, probably t he most famous dog in EVOLUTION ...................... 1923 A warm children's tale about the taming of
motion pictures and television stars in this A Max l''1eischer' film: A very rare a bear. Dennis Weaver and Vera Miles star.
feature based on the popular TV series. educational film made by one of the 93 minutes.
)

Lassie and her young master Timmy are pioneers in animat ion, presenting the Super 8 DUD Color Sound ..... . .. . . $269.00

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J UNGLE JITI'ERS
All black Merrie Melodies with caricatures
of Clark Gable, etc. 10 minut es.
CASE OF THE MISSING HARE
Bugs Bunny in a very r are early color
cartoon. 10 minutes.
Vint aae
16 mm Color Sound . . . . ............ $44.00
Super 8 mm Color Sound ........... $29.00
16 mm Color Sound . ........ . ...... $44.00
Super 8 Color Sound ....... . . ~ . . . .. $29.00 Ijlack ~White
LITTI..E BLACK SAMBO IT'S A HAP HAP HAPPY DAY HOLLYWOOD CAPERS
Ub Iwerks classic in top quality prints. 10 Starring Gabby, the little loud mouth of The rarest of the Merrie Melodies cartoons
minutes. GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. 10 minutes. with caricatures of W.C. Fields, Oliver
16 mm Color Sound ............. ... $44.00 16 mm Color Sound ................ $44.00 Hardy and Frankenstein . 10 minutes.
Super 8 mm Color Sound . ..... . . . .. $29.00 Super 8 mm Color Sound ........... $29.00 16 mm B & W Sound . .. .. . . .. . . . ... $35.00
Super 8 mm B & W Sound .... . . .... $19.98
SUNSHINE M.t\KERS THE RABBIT WHO CAME TO SUPPER
The original seven dwarfs versus the Gloom Elmer Fudd will receive a million dollars if
Men. he is kind to rabbits. Add a little Bugs SCRUB ME MAMA WITH A BOOGIE
16 mm Color Sound .. . ............. $44.00 Bunny to the surroundings and you come up BEAT
Super 8 mm Color Sound ........... $29.00 with one of Warner Brother's best cartoons. A Walter Lantz all-black cast cartoon from
. 10 minutes. 1941. Censored for years. 10 minutes .
DING DONG DADDY 16 mm Color Sound ................ $44.00 16mmB& W Sound .... . ........... $30.00
A great cartoon from World War II days. 10 Super 8 mm Color Sound ........... $29.00 Super 8 mm B & W Sound .......... $16.98
minutes. .
16 mm Color Sound ................ $44.00 JASPER INA JAM ................ 1944
EARLY WORM GETS BIRD Super 8 mm Color Sound ........... $29.00 A great George Pal Puppettoon in beautiful PORKY'S PREVIEW
Similar to the Uncle Remus tales with an all Porky Pig in an early Merrie Melodies
color wherein Jasper gets caught in a jam cartoon. 10 minutes.
black cast. 10 minutes . MECHANICAL MONSTERS ........ 1941 session at midnight in a spooky pawnshop.
16 mm Color Sound .. . ..... . . .. . . . . $44.00 Superman flies again in this second cartoon 10 minutes. 16 mm B & W Sound . .. . ........... $30.00
Super 8 mm Color Sound . .. . .. . . . . $29.00 in the series. Giant robots are being used by 16 mm Color Sound ................ $47.50 Super8mmB & W Sound . . . . .... . . $16.98
a criminal inventor to commit robberies
SHEEPISH WOLF throughout Met ropolis. Lois manages to get TOKYO JOKYO
Here is the original cartoon wherein the dog t o the mad genius's liar, but it is the Man of FALLING HARE A racial cartoon made by Warner Brothers
watches and protects the flock of sheep Steel who takes on the robot army and, Bugs Bunny works for the Air Force and a during World War II. 10 minutes.
from the wolf. 10 minutes. once again, rescues Lois in the nick of time! gremlin is trying to destroy the base. 10 16mmB & W Sound . . . .......... .. $30.00
16 mm Color Sound . .......... ..... $44.00 16 mm Color Sound . . . ....... .. .... $49.98 minutes. Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . ........ $16.98
Super 8 mm Color Sound ........ . . . $29.00 Super 8 mm Color Sound .. . ... . . . . $24.98 16 mm Color Sound ... . . .. .. ....... $44.00
Super 8 mm Color Sound . ......... . $29.00
PIN-CUSHION MAN CHEESE BURGLAR MEET JOHN DOUGHBOY
A masterpiece of animation by Ub Iwerks . Herman and Catnip in a original Noveltoon. NOTES FOR YOU From World War II days comes t his great
10 minutes. 10 minutes. Porky Pig. 10 minutes. Looney Tune. 10 minutes .
16 mm Color Sound . ....... ..... . . $44.00 16 mm Color Sound . . .. . .. .. . . .. ... $44.00 16 mm Color Sound ................ $44.00 16mmB& W Sound .. ............ . $30.00
Super 8 mm Color Sound . . .. .. . .. . . $29.00 Super 8 mm Color Sound . . . ... . . . . . $29.00 Super 8 mm Color Sound ........... $29.00
Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. .. . ... . . $16.98.

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a criminal inventor to commit robberies


SItEEPISH WOLF throughout Metropolis. Lois manages to get TOKYO JOKYO
Here is the original cartoon wherein the dog to the mad genius's liar, but it is the Man of FALLING HARE
Bugs Bunny works for the Air Force and a A racial cartoon made by Warner Brothers
watches and protects t he flock of sheep Steel who takes on the robot army and, during World War II. 10 minutes.
from the wolf. 10 minutes. once again, rescues Lois in the nick of time! gremlin is trying to destroy the base. 10
,. 16 mm B & W Sound . .. . . ... .. .. . .. $30.00
16 mm Color Sound .... . . .... .. . . .. $44.00 16 mm Color Sound .. . ............. $49.98 minutes.
16 mm Color Sound ................ $44.00 Super8mmB& W Sound . ... . . . . .. $16.98
Super 8 mm Color Sound . ....... ... $29.00 Super 8 mm Color Sound ......... . $24.98
Super 8 mm Color Sound ........... $29.00
PIN-CUSHION MAN CHEESE BURGLAR MEET JOHN DOUGHBOY
A masterpiece of animation by Ub Iwerks. Herman and Catnip in a original Noveltoon. NOTES FOR YOU From World War II days comes this great
10 minutes . 10 minutes. Porky Pig. 10 minutes. Looney Tune. 10 minutes.
16 mm Color Sound . . . . . . ... . . . . .. $44.00 16 mm Color Sound .. .. . ... . .. . . ... $44.00 16 mm Color Sound .. .............. $44.00 16 mm B & W Sound . ... ..... . ..... 530.00
Super 8 mm Color Sound ... . . . . .. .. $29.00 Super 8 mm Color Sound . . . .. . . . ... $29.00 Super 8 mm Color Sound ........... $29.00 Super 8 mm B & W Sound . .. .. . .. . . 516.98,

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Joel McCrea, Fay Wray, Leslie Banks, Laura La Plante, Creighton Hale, Forrest Arthur Franz, Dick Foran & Bret Halsey. A Bill Nagy, Marshall Thompson & Marlo
Robert Armstrong. Directed by Ernest Stanley, Tully Marshall. Directed by Paul thrilling tale of the dangerous mission of the Landi. A young pilot of an experimental
B. Scholedsack and Ir ving Pichel. This Leni. This is the film that was the "Tiger Shark," an atomic submarine as­ plan disobeys orders, proceeds beyond his
all-time classic of terror from the makers of forerunner of the many horror-comedies SIgned to find and destroy an enemy command and plunges through the control­
"King Kong" was adapted from the famous that revealed t he seemingly supernatural weapon which has been wrecking American abillity barrier . His plan returns to earth
short story, "Most Dangerous Game". It events as the doings of a very human shipping in Arctic waters. 73 minutes. and scientists discover that the pilot has
featurers a magnificently evil performance villain. The basic plot had the beautiful Super 8 B & W Sound ............. $129.00 been transformed into a fearsome Gamma
by Leslie Banks as Zaroff, the mad hunter heroine, heiress to a possible fortune, Ray man monster. 78 minutes.
who has tired of pursuing animals and is menaced by a mysterious killer disguised FIEND WITHOUT A FACE ......... 1962 Super 8 B & W Sound ............. $129.98
now obsessed with the idea of hunting the as a hideous monster. With a nervous hero, Marshall Thompson. Fans with strong
most dangerous game of all-MAN! "The sinister characters, who usually were killed stomachs and a -taste of the macabre will TRANSATLANTIC TUNNEL .. ..... 1935
Most Dangerous Game" remains one of the off by the fiend as the film progressed, the take to this science fiction thriller. Set in a Richard Dix, Leslie Banks, Madge Evans,
great chillers in film history . 78 minutes. action took place in an old house wit h loads U.S. radar base in upper Canada, it's a wild C. Aubrey Smith. British-made science-fic­
16 mm B & W Sound .. . ...... . .... $169.00 of secret passages, vanishing actors and yarn about the spawning of a new threat of tion drama of the 30s with, for that time, a
claw-like hands reaching out from the mankind, "mental vampires". 74 minutes. large budget and a top cast of players.
darkness. A classic example of the style of Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... 5119.95 American engineer Richard Dix battles the
THINGS TO COME .... . . ...... .... . 1936 escapist entertainment t hat entertained elements to bring to completion a transat­
Ramoyd Massey, Ralph Richardson, Cedric audiences
. of the 20s-and lots of fun. 80 THE MONSTER WALKS ........... 1932 lantic tunnel from America to England­
Hardwicke. Directed by William Cameron mmutes. Rex Lease, Vera Reynolds, Sheldon Lewis, under the sea! The dangers conflict s and
Menzies. From the fertile visions of H.G. 16 mm B & W Silent .............. $192.50 Mischa Auer. Directed, by Frank Strayer. intrigue that result complete with a chilling
Wells comes one of the classic science , Super 8 mm B & W Silent . . ..... . .. $62.50
One of those campy horror-mystery chillers moment when a part of the t unnel
fiction pictures of all time. Beginning· in that abounded in the early 1930's when ruptures beneath the ocean's depths,
1940 with the outbreak of the world war FRANKENSTEIN'S DAUGHTER ... 1958 everybody wanted to jump on the tomb­ make this an engrossing and unusual
that lasts until 1966 when man is reduced to Jor,n Ashley, Sandra Knight. Descendant stone bandwagon. All the traditional science-fiction adventure. Of special note is
barbarism. In the year 2036 a few scientists of mad scientist creates a new monster. 85 ingredients are here; a creepy old house, a the guest appearance of two of the finest
band together to form Wings Over The minutes. series of killings, a fearless reporter actors of the screen-George Arliss and
World to restore order, law and civilization. Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... 5125.00 protecting the heroine while trying to solve Walter Huston as the Prime Minister of
The vision of the world of the future, with the crimes, a scientist experimenting with England and the President of the United
exciting special effects and the incredible FIRST MAN INTO SPACE .......... 1959 apes, a sinister hunchback, a seemingly States. 70 minutes.
moon cannon makes this one of the most Marshall Thompson stars. After a test pilot crippled man who hides a bizarre secret and 16mmB& W Sound ... ~ ......... . $179.00
facinating sci-fi pictures ever made. - 92 returns from space, he is transformed into a a very deadly 'thing' at large within the
minutes. fearsome gamma ray monster who soon house. Hokey fun for a dark, gloomy night. THE HAUNTED STRANGLER ...... 1962
16 mm B & W Sound ..... . . .. .. . .. $225.00 sets out on a murderous rampage . 63 minutes. Boris Karloff. In a neat and nicely paced
Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. ...... .$129.98 Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . . .... .. $129.95 Super 8 mm B & W Sound .... . .. ... $89.98 p}otting, a novelist (Karloff) t ries to prove

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that a batch of 20 year old murders were Chilling, unusual science-fiction fantasy
j
committed by a mad doctor and not by the whose action unfolds as if seen in a child's
man hanged for the crimes. And he dream . David, a young boy interested in
discovers that he himself is the schizoid, astronomy and science, wakes up one night
half-paralytic killer . 78 minutes . I to see what looks like a flying sauce'
Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. . .. .. .. $129.95 ' vanishing into the ground near his home
Soon, various people, including t he boy';
. THE LOST WORLD . ....... . .... . . . 1925 parent s, are enslaved by t he invaders fron
Wallace Beery, Bessie Love, Lewis Stone, Mars, out to destory the launching of a
Lloyd Hughe~ . Directed by Har ry Hoyt. giant rocket. Events move swiftly to an
The, greatest of the silent, or talking films exciting climax . An eerie, unusually de­
dealing with prehistoric monsters. Willis signed chiller, "Invaders from Mars"
O'Brien master -minded the amazing special maintains an atmosphere of subtle un­
effects in what was only a warm-up to his reality, helped greatly by the effective
later, spectacular animation work in KING production designs of director William
KONG. With Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Cameron Menzies (responsible for the
novel as the basis, the film presented the classic "Things to Come"). 78 minutes.
Corridor. of Blood
story of a group of explorers on a plateau Super 8 mm Color Sound Special ... $199.98
where time has stood still-and prehistoric" Regular Price ........ . .......... $249.98
highly successful career at MGM for the the 'Hunchback .. .' but he went one better
monsters abound. The climax comes when a remainder of the silent era. 100 minutes. ,with his incredible 'Phantom of the Opera,'
Brontosaurus, brought back to London,

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16 mm B & W Silent ....... .. ..... 5229.98 t he mysterious, diabolical fiend who
escapes and almost wrecks the city. One of Super 8 mm B & W Sound [Music) . . 5125.98 terrorized the P aris Opera House. Putting
the great fantasy classics t hat st ill has all
the thrills it caused in it s first screenings.
]
Super8mmB& WSilent . .. . ...... $79.98 himself through amazing ordeals, Chaney
fashioned one of t he most incredible (if not
50 minutes. O~IVER TWIST .. . .... . .... ~ . ..... 192~ painful) makeups in an era when the
THE HUNCHBACK OF
16mmB&W Silent ............. $140.00 NOTRE DAME .. .. ..... .... . .. .. . . 1923 DIrect or : Frank Lloyd;. C~st : Ja~kIe makeup appliances so common today were
Super 8 mm B & W Silent .... . . . ... $49.95 Director: Wallace Worsley ; Based on the Coogan, Lon Chaney. ThIS film verSIOn, not in existence. Chaney is at best
long thought completely lo.st has be~n terrifying t he viewer, yet making him
novel by Victor Hugo ; Cast: Lon Chaney.
CORRIDORS OF BLOOD ........ . .. 1963 Patsy Ruth Miller, Norman Kerry, Ernest restored from a 35mm negatIve located In sympathetic as the bizarre Phantom of the
Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee. This film is Torrence, Tully Marshall, Raymond Hat ­ Eastern Europe. Released on November 5, Opera 75 minutes
dominated by Boris Karloff as Bolton. An ton. 1922. it was the second of young Jackie~16mm·Part-ColorSound .......... 5255.00

This is the complete version of


old hand at looking haggard and horrific, he the million and a half dollar production Coogan's starring vehicles after h~ had 16 mm Part-Color Silent . ... . ..... 5210.00

also prives himself adroit in the convention­ which made Lon Chaney a top ranking star. become famous overnight in Chaplin s The Super 8 Part-Color Sound . ........ $119.98

al dialogue scenes at t he hospital. Above all Chaney's performance as the unfortunate Kid, and he never found a better or more Super 8 Part-Color Silent . ......... $89.98

he radiates t he conviction that inspires men Quasimodo is a master piece of acting which winning role. To present viewers the film
like Thomas Bolton to pursue their ranks as one of the great screen portrayals abundantly attests both to his charm and
researches in the teeth of the opposition. ~5 in all of motion picture literature . While his wonderful acting, even without Chaplin THE SHOCK . . ..... ........... . ... 1923
to guide him. 70 minutes . Lon Chaney , Virginia Valli. Chaney por­
minutes. Chaney had first attracted more than casual
Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . .. . .... $139.95 attent ion in "The Miracle Man" in which he Super 8 mm B & W Sound, Music . . $119.98 trays the crippled agent of under world
Super 8 mm B & W Silent . . . . ... .. . $59.98 leader QUeen Anne. Sent to keep an eye on
appeared for Paramount in 1919, it was a banker , blackmailed by Anne, Chaney
INVADERS FROM MARS ..... .. . . . 1953 unquestionably · his perfor mance in "The THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA ... 1925 finds plans are _soon sent awry when the
Helena Carter, Arthur Franz, Jimmy Hunt, Hunchback" and in "The Phantom of the Lon Chaney, Mary Philbin, Nor man Kerry, great San Francisco earthquake strikes in
Leif Erickson , Production Designed and Opera," which followed at Universal in Snitz Edwards. Directed by Rupert J ulian. all its terrible destruction. 70 minutes.­
. .Directed by William Cameron Menzies. 1925, that laid the groundwork for his Lon Chaney had already jolted audiences as Super 8 mm B & W Silent ..... .. ... $47.98

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long thought completely lo.st has be~n t:;;rifying-- th~-'-;~we;:'-y;t ~aki-;;g hi~
novel by Victor Hugo; Cast: Lon Chaney,
CORRIDORS OF BLOOD .... . ...... 1963 Patsy Ruth Miller, Norman Kerry, Ernest restored from a 35mm negative located m sympathetic as the bizarre Phantom of t he
Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee. This film is Eastern Europe. Released on November~ , Opera. 75 minutes.
Torrence, Tully Marshall, Raymond Hat­
dominated by Boris Karloff as Bolton. An 1922, it was the second of young JackIeI' 16 DUD Part-Color Sound ... .. .. .. . $255.00
ton. This is the complete version of
old hand at looking haggard and horrific, he Coogan's starring vehicles after he had 16 mm Part-Color Silen:t . .. . ... ... $210.00
the million and a half dollar production
also prives himself adroit in the convention­ become famous overnight in Chaplin's The Super 8 Part-Color Sound .. . .. . ... $119.98
which made Lon Chaney a top ranking star.
al dialogue scenes at the hospital. Above all Kid, and he never found a.better or m?re Super 8 Part-Color Silent . . . .... ... $89.98
Chaney's performance as the unfortunate winning role. To present VIewers the film
he radiates the conviction that inspires men Quasimodo is a masterpiece of acting which
like Thomas Bolton to pursue their abundantly attests both to his charm and
ranks as one of the great screen portrayals his wonderful acting, even without Chaplin THE SHOCK . .. . ... ... . ....... .. .. 1923
researches in the teeth of the opposition. ~5 in all of motion picture literature. While Lon Chaney, Virginia Valli. Chaney por­
minutes. to guide him . 70 minutes.
Chaney had first attracted more than casual Super 8 DUD B & W Sound, Music . . $119.98 trays the crippled agent of underworld
Super 8 DUD B & W Sound . ........ $139.95 attention in "The Miracle Man" in which he Super 8 mID B & W Silent . . ... . .. .. $59.98
leader Queen Anne. Sent to keep an eye on
appeared for Paramount in 1919, it was a banker, blackmailed by Anne, Chaney
INVADERS FROM MARS ..... . .... 1953 unquestionably his performance in "The THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA ... 1925 finds plans are . soon sent awry when the
Helena Carter, Arthur Franz, J immy Hunt, Hunchback" and in "The Phant om of the Lon Chaney, Mary Philbin, Norman Kerry, great San Fra ncisco earthquake strikes in
Leif Erickson, Production Designed and Opera," which followed at Universal in Snitz Edwards. Directed by Rupert Julian. all its terrible destruction. 70 minutes.­
Directed by William Cameron Menzies. 1925, that laid t he groundwork for his Lon Chaney had already jolted audiences as Super 8 DUD B & W Silent .......... $47.98

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BULLDOG JACK .... . .. ......... .. 1935 the Bulldog Drummond 'mystique'. Every
Jack Hulbert, Fay Wray , Ralph Richard- Drummond cliche pops up; someone is
son, Claude Hulbert, Directed by Walter bound and gagged, chloroformed or hit on
Forde. A little-seen film that emerges as t he head. But all of this is merely a build-up
one of the most hilarious take-offs on the to one of the most exciting, breat h-taking
entire detective-hero genre of the 30s. climaxes for this or any mystery adventure ;
Picking the famed "Bulldog Drummond" it is one of those sequences that will keep
adventures as it s target, "Bulldog Jack" the viewer on t he edge of his seat . 75
stars Jack Hulbert, a popular British minutes.
musical comedy star of the period as a 16 DUD B & W Sound .. . ....... . ... $185.00
t r ue-blue idiot who winds up impersonating Super 8 DlID B& W Sound . ....... . $109.98
t he famed Drummond when the later is
injured in an auto accident (engineered by PHANTOM FIEND . . ... . .. . ... .... . 1932
t he traditional dastardly villains). Before Ivor Novello, Elizabeth Allen, J ack
Jack can don Drummond's identit y, t he plot Hawkins. Directed by Maurice Elvey. A
(devised by three writers with t he help of remake of Hitchcock's silent classic 'The
Drummond's creator, H.C. McNeile, a.k.a. Lodger' with the same star , Ivor Novello,
"Sapper" has him up to his t rench-coat in a as the man suspected of being t he norotious
battle of wits wit h a ruthless master mass murderer, Jack the Ripper. 70
criminal (played with relish by Ralph minutes .
Richardson in fright-wig and Groucho-like 16 mm B & W Sound ............ . . $169.00
stalk) out to rob the British Museum of a Super 8 DUD B & W Sound ..... . .... $99.98
valuable diamond necklace . Of course
t here's the inevitable damsel in distress, MURDER BY TELEVISION . ... . ... .1935
played with perfect alarm by Fay Wray, Bela Lugosi. High camp science-myster y
plus assistance (?) from AIgy, Bulldog with t hat scientific marvel of the 30s
Drummond's aide. Before the film is over, television. Master electronics expert is
the viewer is treated to one of the most murdered in a full view of ' a room full of
deliciously hilarious take-offs on the entire people during a TV demonstration. 60
'thriller' genre that mixes its humor with minutes.
some very exciting moments, making an 16 mm B & W Sound ............. $159.00
Bela Lugosi. Murder by TelevlsioD utter shambles of the mystery tradition and Super 8 B& W Sound .............. $89.98
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STUDY IN SCARLET ......... . . . . . 1933


solution, for a change. This film is an This is a chilling· and interesting mystery­

[ tif)L,"(,~ ] Reginald Owen, Anna May Wong, June


Clyde. This production presents the first
Holmes story as the master sleuth of Baker
adaption of "The Adventure of the Five adventure. 69 minutes.

Orange Pips." 69 minutes .


Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . .. . .... $119.00
Super 8 mm B & W Sound." ........ 5119.00

Street solves a series of murders in his


meticulous, amazing style. 77 minutes. THE PEARL OF DEATH ........ .. . 1944 SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE
16 mm B & W Sound ... . .. . . .. . ... $189.00 SECREI' WEAPON ...... . . .. ... . . . 1942
Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. . . ... .. $109.98
Basil RathBone , Nigel Bruce, Evelyn
Ankers, Rondo Hatton, Directed by Roy Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Lionel Atwill,
William Neill. Based on "The Adventures of Dennis Hoey. Directed by Roy William
THE.HOUSE OF FEAR ...... . . . .. . . 1945 the Six Napoleans", this entry in the Neill. Sherlock Holmes vs . the Napoleon of
Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Paul Holmes' series is one of the wildest cases Crime, Professor Moriarty! Holmes and his
Cavanaugh, Dennis Hoey. Directed by Roy the 'super-sleuth' has ever cracked. The arch-enemy clash in a race to capture a
William Neill. An eerie house by the sea Borgia Pearl, its history one of violence and revolutionary bomb-sight that could help
serves as the headquarters for a group of death , is stolen from the British Museum by England defeat the Axis. Determined to
men known as "The Good Comrades". The master crook, Giles Conover. But when he's steal t he device from its inventor, Dr .
men are being murdered, one by one, in the arrested, Conover hasn't got the gem-in Tobell, and sell it to the Nazis for a fabulous
most grisly fashion (one burned in a fact, it has mysteriously disappeared. A sum, Moriarty stops at nothing. In greater
furnance, another found on the nearby series of murders in which the victims, danger than ever before, Holmes nearly
beach; arms, legs and head removed, etc.). their spines broke, are found amidst a loses his life when the master criminal
Each murder is preceded by the delivery of welter of broken china, sets Holmes and prepares to drain his blood, drop by drop!
an envelope containing five orange pits. Watson on a race against time-and Conover! Lionel Atwill is an excellent Moriarty, one
Called in on the case by the firm insuring -as they track down the valuable Pearl. of those viIlians with a special 'class' all his
the lives of t he Good Comrades: Sherlock Conover's arsenal of crime includes the own. This film is based on Conan Doyle's
Holmes and Dr. Watson discover the truth lovely, but larcenous, Naomi Drake and the. "Adventure of the Dancing Man." 68
behind the killings in a unique ending in chilling "Creeper". (presented effectively minutes.
Basil Rathbone as Sherlock HollDes which Watson is the first to discover the with excellent use of shadow and lighting). Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... $119.00 I

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HELLS ANGELS ON WHEELS BATTLE HELL .................... 1956 with a murderous band of Latin American 'Me Tarzan-You Jane' meeting. Camp or
Adam Roarke, Jack Nicholson, Sabrina A British ship is hit by Communist artillery cut-throats and, in addition, kidnap and classic, it's one of a kind. 50 minutes.
Scharf. The shattering true story of the and runs around in the Yangtze River hold as hostages an innocent man and his 16mmB& W Silent .............. $137.50
Hells Angels of Northern California. A during the Chinese Civil War. When wife. Surrounded by treacherous compan­ Super 8 mm B & W Silent . . ....... . $47.50
violent, tense drama of the meanest, negotiations to free t he ship fail. a British ions and pursued by relentless enemies
roughest motorcycle gangs of the west. officer commands the ship in the most seeking his death, he undertakes an almost
Girls, choppers, the way out parties, daring escape in modern naval history. super-human trek through the wilderness
exactly as it happens. Recommended for
mature adults. 90 minutes.
Super 8 Color Sound .. . ........... 5199.00
Richard Todd, Akim Tamiroff, and Keye
Luke star.
Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... 5139.95
of a dense, disease-ridden, animal-infested
Central American jungle to complete his
mission. Complication after complication
blocks the pathway of Corbett (Glenn Ford)

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BLOOD AND SAND ............ . ... 1922 ESCAPE TO BURMA as he pushes anO lorces those with him, to
BATMAN & ROBIN ... .. .. ......... 1949

Rudolph Valentino, Nina Naldi. One of Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Ryan and David his ultimate destination with the troops of Batman and Robin, real identities Bruce
VaJentino's most famous pictures; a drama Farrar. Escape to Burma combines ro­ the revolutionary forces breathing down Wayne and Dick Grayson, are asked to help
with all the pagentry of the bullring. mance, adventure, violent action, colorful t heir necks. Suspense holds forth until the Police Commissioner Gordon in his search
Valentino portrays an ameteur bullfighter oriental spectacle and the inimitable appeal very last instant of the film's logical but for a remote-control machine stolen by a
in a small town in~,6._
Spain. who becomes one of of wild animals to provide generous happy conclusion. 79 minutes. cloaked, hooded figure known as the

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HELLS ANGELS ON WHEELS BATILE HELL ...... . .. . ... . .. . ... 1956 with a murderous band of Latin American 'Me Tarzan-You J ane' meeting. Camp or
Adam Roarke, J ack Nicholson, Sabrina A British ship is hit by Communist artillery cut-t hroats and, in addition, kidnap and classic, it's one of a kind . 50 minutes.
Scharf. The shattering true story of the and runs around in the Yangtze River hold as hostages an innocent man and his 16 mm B & W SDeDt .............. SI37.50
Hells Angels of Northern California. A during the Chinese Civil War. When wife. Surrounded by treacherous compan­ Super 8 mm B & W SDent ... . ...... $47.50
violent, tense drama of the meanest, negotiations to free the ship fail, a British ions and pursued by relentless enemies
roughest motorcycle gangs of the west.
Girls, choppers, the way out parties,
exactly as it happens. Recommended for
mature adults. 90 minutes.
Super 8 Color Sound . .. . .......... $199.00
officer commands the ship in the most
daring escape in modern naval history.
Richard Todd, Akim Tamiroff, and Keye
Luke star.
Super 8 mm B & W Sound ...... . .. $139.95
seeking his death, he undertakes an almost
super-human trek through the wilderness
of a dense, disease-ridden, animal-infested
Central American jungle to complete his
mission. Complication after complication
blocks the pathway of Corbett (Glenn Ford)
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BLOOD AND SAND ... . ............ 1922 ESCAPE TO BURMA as he pushes aM torces those with him, to BATMAN & ROBIN . . .... . ... . ..... 1949
Rudolph Valentino, Nina Naldi. One of Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Ryan and David his ultimate destination with the troops of Batman and Robin, real identities Bruce
Valentino's most famous pictures; a drama Farrar. Escape to Burma combines ro­ the revolutionary forces breathing down Wayne and Dick Grayson, are asked to help
with all the pagentry of the bullring. mance, adventure, violent action, colorful their necks. Suspense holds forth until the Police Commissioner Gordon in his search
Valentino portrays an ameteur bullfighter oriental spectacle and the inimitable appeal very last instant of the film's logical but for a remote-control machine stolen by a
in a small town in Spain who becomes one of of wild animals to provide generous happy conclusion. 79 minutes. cloaked, hooded figure known as the
the most idolized matadors in his country. entertainment. It is the story of a woman Super 8 Sound, Color . . ....... . . . .SI99.00 Wizard. From that moment on, Batman and
95 minutes. who has inherited a teakwood plantation his Boy Wonder, engage in battle after
161111D B & W SDeDt . . .... .. ... . .$175.00 from her English father and operates it EVEL KNlEVEL battle with their insidious foe. They fmally
Super 8 B & W SDeDt . ..... . .... . . . $55.98 successfully through her ability to maintain
George Hamilton, Sue Lyon & Rod ' learn the identity of the Wizard, and smash
the respect of the natives and an uncanny
skill with elephants. She is content with her Cameron. Evel Knievel performs at the San him and his evil gang...in fifteen exciting
MAGNIFICENT MATADOR Francisco Cow Palace, Houston Astrodome, episodes. Robert Lowery stars. .
Filmed in Eastman by Pathe, the camera lonely.life until Robert Ryan, a handsome Caesar's Palace (where he 'broke his back) Super8mmB& WSound .
moves into the heart of the ring to catch the stranger, wanted for a ruby theft and the and the Ontario Motor Speedway, where he Per Chapter .. . ... . .............. $39.95
terrifying approaches of a maddened beast, death of a Burmese prince, seeks haven in stages the most spectacular stunt of his AU FHteen Episodes .. . . . . ........ $425.00
parries the charge with the grace and her isolated home. Their love idyll is career: hurdling his motorcycle over 19
assuredness of a master matador, and interrupted when David Farrar; an English
automobiles, a leap of 50 yards or more. 90
captures the heartbeat of the tense crowds Security Officer, and some Burmese minutes. ZORRO'S FIGHTING LEGION ... . .. 1939
who watch the drama of the world's most soldiers track the fugitive to his hideaway.
Super 8 Color Sound ... . ..... . .... $199.00 Reed Hadley, Sheila Darcy, William Cor­
dangerous game. Never before has this To complicate matters, her natives refuse son. The Madman, Don-Del-Oro, is out to
ballet of death been recorded with such to work because they believe an evil tiger claim California as his private empire. Only
accurate realism for a heart-stopping kind spirit has killed one of the elephants. It is A WALK IN THE SUN ............. 1945 one man can stop him, the masked avenger
of film entertainment. The passions and up to the mistress of the plantation to go Dana Andrews, Richard Conte , Lloyd of the night, known as Zorro. Plenty of
fears of a man are also exposed with equal into the jungle and dispose of the real Bridges. Directed by Lewis Milestone. The swashbuckling excitement in 12 thrilling
skill in the story of a beautiful woman who marauder. All of these circumstances blend classic WW II drama of the Lee Platoon, Chapters. First chapter is 3 reels.
has never been refused her slighest desire into exciting drama in which jungle love, Texas Division, who hit the beach at 16 mm B & W Sound Per Chapter . .. $49.95
until she wants "The Number One," master human hate and t he heat and the heat of the Salerno and took a little 'walk in the sun' as
of the ring, who is convincingly portrayed tropic sun are but some of the varied D-Day came around. A drama not only of
by Anthony ~uinn , co-starred with
elements, before justice is achieved and an war, but of the men who fought through it; F LASH GORDON CONQUE RS mE
Maureen O'Hara, in t he role of t he spoiled
unusual romantic triangle is happly resolv­ a cross-section of America reacting to the UNIVERSE . . . .. . . . . .. .. . .. . ..... . 1940
and beautiful socalite. This Edward L.
ed in this tense and colorful film . 87 war around them. 117 minutes . Buster Crabbe, Carol Hughes, Frank
Alperson production, released by Twen­ minutes. 16 mm B & W Sound .. ... . .... . . .. S250.00 Shannon, and Charles Middleton. The
. tieth Century-Fox, resounds and resounds
Super 8 mm Sound, Color ......... SI99.00 Super 8 mm B & W Sound ... .. .... S149.98 Merciless Ming unlashes a new deadly
- with authenticity and the excitement found weapon to destroy Earth. Flash, Dale and
in an excellent story line, written by APPOINTMENT IN HONDURAS Dr. Zarkov join forces with Arboria, Prince
Charles Lang and executed by probably the Glenn Ford, Ann Sheridan, Zachary Scott, TARZAN OF THE APES .......... . . 1917 Barin, and Aura to battle the ravaging
only director in captivity who once was Rodolfo Acosta. This is the story of a man Elmo Lincoln, Enid Markey. The film that plague called the Purple Death that Ming
practicing matador, Bud Boetticher. 94 ,with a mission. On the outcome of it started it all, with the first screen Tarzan, has sent to strike Earth. In 12 act ion packed
minutes. depends the freedom of a country. To Elmo Lincoln. Burrough's classic adventure serials.
Super 8 Sound, Color . . ... ...... .. S219.00 execute his trust, he is forced to team up is retold once again, right up to the historic 16 mm B & W Sound Per Chapter ... $49.95

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FIGHTING MAN OF THE PLAINS . .1949 THE LONE RANGER [Color) .. . ..... 1956 Barrymore made this one of the best known

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Randolph Scott, J ane Nigh , Victor Jory,
Bill Williams, Dale Robertson. Directed by
Edwin L. Marin. Western action and
Clayton Moore, J ay Silvetheels, Lyle
Bettger . Powerful rancher Reece Kilgore,
secretly discovering silver on Indians lands,
versions, if not the best silent version, of
the classic tale of terror. Highlighting t he
picture is Barrymore's amazing changes
adventure set at the end of the Civil War. begins a campaign to get the Indians from the handsome, kindly Jekyll to the
LAST TRAIN FROM GUN HILL ..... 1959 Jim Dancer, former member of Quantrell's blamed for raids on neighboring ranches, grotesque, evil Mr. Hyde, a feat Barrymore
Kirk Douglas, Anthony Quinn, Earl Holli­ Raiders, is now a fugitive, hunted by the staged by his own men. When a full-scale accomplished without a great deal of
man, Carolyn Jones. A marshall comes law. When a detective is killed in a uprising threatens, preventing the state­ makeup. One of the all-time classics. 65
looking for the man who killed his wife and ferry -boat accident after having captured hood which would guarantee the Indians minutes.
finds him to be the son of an old friend. Dancer, the gunfighter assumes the dead the right to their wealth, the Lone Ranger Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... $65.98
Alone against the town he must fight his man's identity and rides into the town of and Tonto are assigned the job of finding
way out with his captives. A Hall Wallis Lanyard, Kansas. . .where he winds up the real culprits by the territorial governor. THE TEMPEST .................... 1928
production. 94 minutes. being made sherrif. 95 minutes. Hostile white men, Indians on the warpath Director: Sam Taylor; Cast: John Barry­
Super8eolor, Sound . . ..... .. .. . . $199.00 Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... $139.00 and lots of action as the masked rider of more, Camilla Horn, Louis Wolheim. At the
the plains prevents all-out war in an First' Officer's Ball held in honor of the
CANADIAN PACIFIC .............. 1949 exciting western adventure. 86 minutes. Princess' birthday, Ivan, having imbibed to
SUNSET ON THE DESERT excess, creates an awkward situation for
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. 60 minutes. Randolph Scott, Jane Wyatt, J. Carrol Super8mmCoIor Sound ......... $199.98
Naish, Nancy OlsOn, Victor Jory, Walter Available November 1,1976 the princess and finds his career as an
16 !DID B & W Sound .............. $140.00 officer has ended almost before it started.
Super 8 mm B & W Sound .......... $99.00 Sande. Directed by Edwin L. Marin. Action
and drama with a slight twist set in the UTAH ... . ........................ 1945 He is thrown in prison with others plotting
1880s when the Canadian Pacific Railroad Roy Rogers, Gabby Hayes,Dale Evans, the overthrow of the Czar, and the
TENNESSEE'S PARTNER , was building its line. When the railway Peggy Steward, Grant Withers, Vivien revolution that was soon to sweep Russia.
John Payne, Ronald Reagan, Rhonda finds itseH blocked by being unable to find a Oakland, Bob Nolan and The Sons of the 100 minutes.
Fleming, Coleen Gray. A new screen . way through or over the Rockies, surveyor Pioneers. Directed by John English. Roy, 16 !DID B & W Silent .........•.... $225.00
version of Bret Harte's timeless story of the Randolph Scott seeks a way, only to Gabby and T~e Sons of the Pioneers find Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... $89.95
west. It takes place in a California gold rush encounter dangerous opposition from hos- themselves WIth a new boss when the ranch
town, where The Dutchess (Rhonda Flem­ tile Indians and fur trappers who fear the they work on is left to an attractive singer
ing) operates a night life establishment.
Tennessee (John Payne), a gambler, shares
his winnings with The Duchess. Cowpoke,
loss of their territory. Chief trouble-maker who intends to sell the spread to get money
is trader Victor Jory, who fears the loss of for a new production. With four attractive,
his monopoly on the fur trade. 81 minutes. musical instrument-toting girHriends, the
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(Ronald Reagan) arrives in town and saves Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... $129.00
girl is soon made to see the error of her plan THE THIEF OF BAGDAD ..... . ... .1924

Tennessee from being shot in the back. The thanks to Roy who saves the day from a Douglas Fairbanks, Justine Johnstone,
two become fast friends. Cowpoke is to CARIBOO TRAIL . ..... . ........... 1950 crooked land broker in a climax that moves Anna May Wong, Sojinn. One of the classic
meet and marry Goldie (Coleen Gray). Randolph Scott, Karin Booth, George from the ranch to the stockyards of silent fantasies and one of Fairbank's
When she arrives, Tennessee discovers her 'Gabby' Hayes, Victor J ory, Bill Williams. Chicago. Enjoyable Rogers film combining greatest pictures, ranking with 'Robin
to be a former flame. When Tennessee Directed by Edwin L. Marin. The rugged action music and humor. 65 minutes. Hood,' 'Mark of Zorro' and his Musketeers'
learns that Goldie plans to skip town with territc;ry of the British Columbia Cariboo 16 !DID B & W Sound ... . .......... $149.98 adventures. Made at a cost of two million
Cowpoke's $5,000 grubstake after their country, during the mid-19th century, is Super 8 mm B & W Sound ..... . ... $99.98 dollars, 'Thief of Bagdad' has Fairbanks at
marriage, he talks her into eloping with the setting for this outdoor drama. his rollicking, rogueish best as the daring
him to San Francisco. In Sacramento he Randolph Scott is the t rail-hardened cattle­ MAN FROM MUSIC MOUNTAIN . . . .1944 thief who falls in love with a princess and
leaves Goldie and returns to find that man who comes into violent conflict wit h Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette. Swindlers saves her and Bagdad from an invading
Cowpoke has gone to his mine vowing to kill gold-hungry conniver Victor J ory and ;his sell worthless mining stock in a mining tyrant in this magical treat loaded with
Tennessee on sight . Before Tennessee can gang of killers. Excellent characterization's town until Gene saves the day. 60 minutes. special effects that were a milestone of their
return the retrieved $5,000 they have a and an exciting climax makes thisl ol ~n 16 mm B & WSound .... .. .. . . .. . . si49.98 day. 133 minutes.
terrifi~ fight. The partners are finally advent ure for both Western buffs o~and Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . ........ S89.98 16 mm B & W Sound . .. . .... . . . . . .S399.00
reunited only to have an infuriated posse lovers of outdoor adventure. 94 miriut'~:01( Super 8mmB& W Sound ......... S229.98
arrive to arrest Tennessee for the murder Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... Sl39'!O()' ••........................ .............
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miner struck it rich. In a gun fight, the real TUMBLEWEEDS ........ . ...... .' ! j1925
WILD & WOOLy .................. 1917
murderer is caught but Cowpoke is killed.
Tennessee and The Duchess are married
Director: King Baggott; Cast: Willian1 ; S~
Hart, Lucien Littlefield, Barbara Bedford. .........................................

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Director: John Emerson; Sory: Anita Loos;
Douglas Fairbanks, Eileen Percy,
and leave for San Fransisco to start a new Prints contain a music score and the ~Hart
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Tennessee (John Payne), a gambler, shares is trader Victor Jory, who fears the loss of for a new production. With four attractive,
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his winnings with The Duchess. Cowpoke, his monopoly on the fur trade. 81 minutes. musical instrument-toting girlfriends, t he
(Ronald Reagan) arrives in town and saves Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . .. . .. .. $129.00 girl is soon made to see the error of her plan THE THIEF OF BAGDAD .......... 1924
Tennessee from being shot in the back. The thanks to Roy who saves the day from a Douglas Fairbanks. Justine Johnstone,
t wo become fast friends. Cowpoke is to CARIBOO TRAIL .. .... .......... . . 1950
crooked land broker in a climax that moves Anna May Wong, Sojinn. One of t he classic
meet and marry Goldie (Coleen Gray). Randolph Scott, Karin Boot h, George from the ranch to the stockyards of silent fantasies and one of Fairbank's
When she arrives , Tennessee discovers her 'Gabby' Hayes, Victor Jory, Bill Williams. Chicago. Enjoyable Rogers film combining greatest pictures, ranking with 'Robin
to be a former flame. When Tennessee Directed by Edwin L. Marin. The rugged action music and humor. 65 minutes. Hood: 'Mark of Zorro' and his Musketeers'
learns that Goldie plans to skip town with territc,ry of the British Columbia Cariboo 16 mm B & W Sound .......... . . . . $149.98 adventures. Made at a cost of t wo million
Cowpoke's $5,000 grubstake after their country, during the mid-19th century, is Super8mmB& W Sound . . .. . . .. . s99.98 dollars, 'Thief of Bagdad' has Fairbanks at
marriage, he talks her into eloping with the setting for this outdoor drama. his rollicking, rogueish best as t he daring
him t o San Francisco. In Sacramento he Randolph Scott is the trail-hardened cattle­ MAN FROM MUSIC MOUNTAIN ... . 1944 thief who falls in love with a princess and
leaves Goldie and returns to find that man who comes into violent conflict - with Gene Autry , Smiley Burnette. Swindlers saves her and Bagdad from an invading
Cowpoke has gone to his mine vowing to kill gold-hungry conniver Victor J ory and his sell worthless mining stock in a mining t yrant in this magical t reat loaded with
Tennessee on sight. Before Tennessee can gang of killers. Excellent characterization's town until Gene saves the day . 60 minutes . special effects t hat were a milestone of t heir
return the retrieved $5,000 t hey have a and an exciting climax makes thisI" an 16mmB& W Sound . . . . . . . . . . .... si49.98 day. 133 minutes.
terrifi<; fight . The partners are finally adventure for bot h Western buff~ '~lind Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . .. . .. .. . $89.98 16 mm B & W Sound .. . . . . .. . ..... $399.00
reunited only to have an infuriated posse lovers of outdoor adventure. 94 minut'~?O" Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . ..... .. $229.98
arrive to arrest Tennessee for the murder Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. . . ..... sl3'9'.W Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. . ... . .. S114.98

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miner struck it rich. In a gun fight , the real TUMBLEWEEDS .. . ..... . .... . . ; i11925 WILD & WOOLy .. .. ... ........... 1917
murderer is caught but Cowpoke is killed. Director: King Baggott; Cast: William; S. Director: John Emerson; Sory: Anita Loos;
Tennessee and The Duchess are married Hart, Lucien Littlefield, Barbara Bedfotd. . .. ....................................

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Cast: Douglas Fairbanks, Eileen Percy:,


and leave for San Fransisco to start a new Prints contain a music score and the"Hart THE BELOVED ROGUE . . ........ . . 1927 Sam DeGrasse, Charles Stevens, Monte
life. Action packed with loads of western spoken prologue containing his pathetic With Conrad Veidt, Marceline Day. A Blue, Bull Montana. City cowboy Doug
excitement. 86 minutes. farewell to the screen in 1938. Hart's final delightful saga of the great poet, patriot, decides to visit his father's railroad out
Super 8 Sound Color ... .... . . .. .. $199.00 and finest western thriller having . ¥-. its and lover, Francois Villon, who helped the west - still believing that west of the
climax the opening of the Cherokee King of France in his struggles with the Mississippi is a cluster of saloons, cowboys
Strip ... the maddest rush of destiny ever Duke of Burgundy. 105 minutes. and bandits. The residents of Bitter Creek,
CATl'LE QUEEN OF MONTANA recorded, Hart in all his moods doing some 16 mm B & W Silent ....... . .. . .. . $247.50
Barbara Stanwyck, Ronald Reagan, Gene not wanting to disappoint Fairbanks, dress
of the wildest riding ever seen on film . An Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. . . .... . . $86.98 themselves and their town up fOr t he tin
Evans and Lance Fuller. Produced by authentic American classic of superb
Benedict Bogeaus, directed by Allan Dwan. horn - in old Arizona style. When bandits
excitement. Hart insisted on producing and rampaging Indians actually do try to
Cattle Queen of Montana is a romantic realistic westerns. 80 minutes. BEAU BRUMMELL
drama of the men and women who With Mary Astor. The tale of the great take over the town a-la the old west, Doug
16mmB& W Sound . . .... . . . . .. . . $225.00 saves the day with his heroics in this fast
pioneered the Territory of Montana in the dandy, the confident of a king, who ends his
early 1880's, of friendly and enemy Indians, THE LEGEND OF days in poverty and madness. 100 minutes. paced and very funny adventure. 50
and t he ruthless , greedy whites who" THE LONE RANGER ... . .. .. . . .. .. 1952 16 mm B & W Silent ... .. . . . .. . .. . $225.00 minutes.
connived to hold t he land for t hemselves. Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, Glenn Super 8 mm B & W Silent . . ... . .. .. $80.00 16 mm B & W Silent . .... . .. .... . . $125.00
And, in particular, of Sierra Nevada Jones Strange, Tris Coffin, Walter Sande, Guy Super 8 mm B & W Silent ..... .. . . . $34.98
(Barbara Stanwyck) , who stripped off her Wilkerson. Adapted from the famous SVENGALI .. . . . .. .. . . ...... . ..... 1931
petticoats and strapped on a gun to protect television show, t his action-adventure re­ John Barrymore, Marian Marsh, Bramwell
t he verdant Buffalo Valley rangeland for lates the story of the most famous masked Fletcher . Directed by Archie Mayo. The
which her father (Morris Ankrum) western hero known. A band of Texas classic fantasy/love story of 1931, featuring
sacrificed his life. Wit h her fat her killed and Rangers is ambushed and slaughtered by the great Barrymore as t he man wit h the
her cattle stampeded, Sierra sets out to outlaw Butch Cavendish and his gang. But hypnotic eyes who t urned Trillby, a girl
regain what is rightfully hers . Befriended one man survives, nursed back to health by with no singing voice whatsoever, into the
by an Indian named Colorados, she an Indian named Tonto. Vowing to avenge toast of the continent. One of the all-time
attempts to file a pre-empt on her father's t he death of his comrades, the last man classics. 81 minutes.
claim, and finds Farrell (Ronald Reagan), a disguises hid identity with a mask and sets 16mm B& WSound . ... . .. . .... . . $220.00
hired gunman working for the rustlers. out to bring all lawbreakers to justice. On
How Sierra learns the true identity of his horse Silver, accompanied by Tonto, the DR. J EKYLL & MR. HYDE .. ... .... 1920
Farrell, falls in love wit h him, and plays a Lone Ranger brings the Cavendish gang to John Barrymore, Nita Naldi, Louis Woll­
part in restoring peace between t he Indians justice in t his adventure t aken from the heim. Three literary stories have served as
and whites in Buffalo Valley makes for a first episodes of the television series. 75 t he basis for countless horror films:
story which sustains its interest, thrills and minutes. FRANKENSTEIN, DRACULA and ­
action to the very end. 88 minutes. Super 8 mm B & W Sound . .. . ... . . $129.98 Robert Louis Stevenson's tale of good-and­
Super 8 Sound Color . . .. .......... $199.00 Available November 1, 1976 e~il, DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE. John


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classics), filled with the acrobatics and bucklers, and the last film made for his own the guise of wealthy young fop Don Dieto,
r=air-bank.~ daredevil heroism of the one and only production company. Directed by one of the
great names in film history, 'The Iron Mask'
Fairbanks plays havoc with the heavies,
duling, romancing, leaping over anything in
Fairbanks, THE BLACK PIRATE goes on
(c()nt.) its rollicking way to an exciting finale in
which all ends well in true adventure
takes up where 'Three Musketeers' left
off-D'Artagnon and the musketeers are
sight in a film that is not only a 'fun'
adventure, but a magnificent testimony to
THEBLJ\CKPIRATE ...... . ...... . 1926 tradition that never flags in its galloping older in near disfavor with the royal the actor's athletic prowess. 80 minutes.
Douglas Fairbanks Sr. Billie Dove, Donald pace. 95 minutes. court-until summoned into action once 16 mm B & W Silent ........ . ..... 5200.00
Crisp, Sam DeGrass. Directed by Albert again to protect the Throne of France from Super 8 mm B & W Sound, Music .. $135.98
Parker. The Fairbanks brand of excitement DON Q, SON OF ZORRO ........... . 1925 the plotting of the evil Duke de Rochefort to Super 8 mm B & W Silent ...... . ... $83.98
takes to the high seas in this exciting Director: Donald Crisp; Cast: Douglas usurp the rule of France. A rare classic,
swashbuckler that retains all the adventure Fairbanks, Mary Astor, Donald Crisp. A providing an excellent showcase for Fair­ FLIRTING WITH FATE ..... . ...... 1916
t hrills and fun as when it was first released. delightful sequel to "The Mark of Zorro" bank's talents. 120 minutes. Douglas Fairbanks Sr., Jewel Carmen.
Washed ashore upon an island inhabited by with Fairbanks playing both the original 16 mm B & W Silent . ........ . .... 5265.00 Directed by W. Christy Cabanne. An
bucanneers, Fairbanks, a nobeman, keeps Zorro and his son , "Don Q." Returning to enjoyable comedy romp with Fairbanks as a
his identity a secret and soon wins the Madrid to complete his education, Don Q THE MARK OF ZORRO ........ . ... 1920 playboy with money problems. Despon­
respect (if not the awe and amazement) of takes on bulls, duennas, the tango, jealous Douglas Fairbanks , Marguerite de la dent, Doug hires a professional killer to
the blood-thirsty pirates when he seizes a suitors and a whole regiment of t he Queen's Motte, Noah Beery Sr. One of the most bump him off. Unfort unately, Fairbanks
ship almost single-handedly. Fairbanks' guard. 113 minutes. famous of Fairbanks' swashbuckling adven­ changes his mind ...only to find t hat his
real reason for joining the pirates: avenging 16 mm B & W Silent .............. $265.00 ture pictures. Although Fairbanks had hired assassin is zealously on the job. It's up
the death of his father, an occurr ance he Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. . . .. ... . 599.98 made several pictures before, this was t o be to Doug to stay alive as he flees from place
blames on t he pirat e leader. There is a Super 8 mm B & W Sound [Music1. . $139.98 a turning point for his career, making him t o place, sometimes donning whiskers as a
beautiful herione, naturally , played by even more popular th~n he was already. disguise, but always one jump away from
Billie Dove , who is also of royal birth , THE IRON MASK .. . .. . . : . . . . . .. . .. 1929 The dashing Fairbanks has a field day as his hir ed killer. One of the 'fun' films from
although our hero isn't aware of that. Douglas Fairbanks Sr. Marguerit e De La Zorro, the masked Robin Hood who battled t he era when the movies were growing up.
Filmed on a lavish scale (as in THE THEIF Motte, Belle Bennett. Directed by Allan opression during the days of Spanish 45 minutes.
OF BAGDAD and other great Fairbanks Dwan. One of F airbanks' g~atest swash­ California. Hiding his t rue identity under Super 8 mm B & W Silent . . . .. .. . .. 539.98

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CIVILIZATION ....... ........ . ... . 1916 was a brilliant "B" film maker from the PENNY SERENADE .. ............. 1941 THE LAST MILE ..... .. . .... . ..... 1932

Directed by Raymond D. West & Ir vin 1940's whose work is now starting to Cary Grant, Irene Dunne , Beulah Bondi, Howard Phillips, Preston Foster , George

Willat. Produced by Thomas H. Ince. With receive acclaim from more than just a few Edgar Buchanan. Directed by George E . Stone, Noel Madison. Direct ed by Sam
D.W. Griffit h's productions a definite admirers and many detractors . The first Stevens. A true tear-jearker that emerges Bischoff. Remember when you went t o see
success, producer Thomas Ince took a stab "B" film to be presented on national as excellent entertainment, highlighted by a prison picture and you knew t hat the
at making a fil m to rival the great director 's television in prime time, "Detour" is a sensitive performances by Irene Dunne and following situations would occur ? The
massive films. The result was CIVILIZA­ psychological drama about a New York Cary Grant . As a couple who adopts a little meanest and most r uthless of the inmates of
TION , film that, unlike many productions of Piano player , in love with a singer in girl, the two st ars run the gamut of Death Row 'staged a t ake-over, using some
the period which preached preparedness for California, who hit chikes west and becomes emotions as t he audience shares their joys of the guards as hostages; an innocent man
war, proved to be a showcase for the involved in an accidental death. 69 minutes. and love, frustrations and eventual heart­ is sentenced for a crime he didn't commit
pacifist point of view. Described originaly 16 mm B & W Sound . . ............ $169.00 ' ache that brings thE'ir marriage to the point and becomes trapped in the violence against
as a "direct appeal to the 'mothers of men"', of collapse. What happens to change his will; the warden tries to reason with the
CIVILIZATION has as its 'hero' a sub­ OF HUMAN BONDAGE . . . ....... . . 1935 matters is in the true tradition of soap rebellious inmates; the inmates themselves
marine commander who refuses to torpedo Director: John Cromwell; Cast: Bette opera, but here it is put across so skillfully are in various stages of behavior-a Negro
a passenger ship. His crew mutinies and the Davis, Leslie Howard, Alan Hale. Based on and entertainingly that it will take a pretty is singing (usually about going to "black
submarine sinks. The dead commander's the novel by Somerset Maugham. This' is hardened person not to feel some twinge of man's heaven", a familiar stereotype in
spirit is visited by the Christ who takes the most successful, and finest, of the th~ee reaction. '125 minutes. those days), another convict hates every­
over the man's body and returns to Earth to film versions of Somerset Maugha~'s 16 mm B & W Sound .............. 5239.00 body while another of the inmates is more
r.n!:a _lc"'-Jl._ura:r.li1r iP-~r.111p-:r _Qp.p t.np t.:rllP hn:rrn:r~ of C::&IoTnL~ l1 tnh;nO"r!llnh;~!21 n".,,0.1 "'nn"'.c....n;n .... ~ ~ thg,n !II 11++1,0 ,.1o,'r!llnO"prl ~nllnn familia:r?
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CIVILIZATION ... . .. . . .. ........ .. 1916 was a brilliant "B" film maker from the PENNY SERENADE ... . ........... 1941 THE LAST MILE . .... .. ....... . ... 1932
Directed by Raymond D. West & Irvin 1940's whose work is now starting to Cary Grant, Irene Dunne , Beulah Bondi, Howard Phillips, Preston Foster, George
Willat. Produced by Thomas H. Ince . With receive acclaim from more than just a few Edgar Buchanan. Directed by George E. Stone, Noel Madison. Directed by Sam
D .W . Griffith's product ions a definit e admirers and many detractors . The first St evens. A t rue tear-jearker that emerges Bischoff. Remember when you went t o see
success, producer Thomas Inee took a stab "B" film t o be presented on national as excellent entertainment, highlighted by a prison picture and you knew t hat t he
at making a film to rival the great director's television in prime t ime, "Det our" is a sensitive performances by Irene Dunne and following situations would occur? The
massive films . The result was CIVILIZA­ psychological drama about a New York Cary Grant. As a couple who adopts a little meanest and most ruthless of the inmates of
TION, film that, unlike many productions of Piano player, in love with a singer iIi girl , the two stars run the gamut of Death Row 'staged a take-over , using some
the period which preached preparedness for California, who hitchikes west and becomes emotions as t he audience shares t heir joys of the guards as hostages; an innocent man
war, proved to be a showcase for the involved in an accidental death. 69 minutes . and love, frustrations and eventual heart­ is sentenced for a crime he didn't commit
pacifist point of view . Described originaly 16 mm B & W Sound ............. . 5169.00 ache that brings their marriage to the point and becomes trapped in the violence against
as a "direct appeal to the 'mothers of men"', of collapse. What happens to change his will; the warden tries to reason with the
CIVILIZATION has as its 'hero' a sub­ OF HUMAN BONDAGE ............ 1935 matters is in the t r ue tradition of soap rebellious inmates; the inmates themselves
marine commander who refuses to torpedo Director: John Cromwell; Cast: Bette opera, but here it is put across so skillfully are in various stages of behavior-a Negro
a passenger ship. His crew mutinies and the Davis, Leslie Howard, Alan Hale . Based on and entertainingly that it will take a pretty is singing (usually about going to "black
submarine sinks. The dead commander's the novel by Somerset Maugham. This! is hardened person not to feel some twinge of man's heaven", a familiar stereotype in
spirit is visited by the Christ who takes the most successful, and finest, of the th~ee reaction. '125 minutes. those days), another convict hates every­
over the man's body and returns to Earth to film versions of Somerset Maugha~'s 16 mm B & W Sound .............. 5239.00 body while another of the inmates is more
make a warlike ruler see the true horrors of semi-autobiographical novel concerning l a than a little deranged. Sound familiar?
war. Upon it's original release, CIVILIZA­ young London medical student and the PASSION ......................... 1919 Well, this is the picture that started it all
TION caused the New York Times to willful tramp he loves. At her "bitchiest," Pola Negri, Emil Jannings. Directed by and remains untouched for its original
remark,". . .an excellent elaborate photo Bette, time-after-time, cruelly and umer~i­ Ernst Lubitsch. Silent classic dealing with impact. Adapted from John Wexley's
pageant on the physical horrors of war, a fully hurts and takes advantage of her King Louis XV and his infatuation with powerful stage play, THE LAST MILE
big motion picture marked by lavishness in sincere admirer, who unbelievably com~s Madame DuBarry and its supposed effects stands as the birthplace of many of the
production and beauty in photography. . back for more punishment , again and aga4t,. that helped bring about the French traditional elements of the prison/Death
.He (producer Thomas Ince) has projected a 83 minutes. : Revolution. 95 minutes. Row dramas that popped up like rabbits
philosophy of war on a par with 'War 16 mm B & W Sound ... .. . .. ...... 5200.~ 16 mm B & W Silent . ............. $250.00 during the 30s and 40s. THE LAST MILE
Brides', an entertainment on an artistic Super 8 DUD Sound .. ..... . .. ..... 5119.9~ Super 8 DUD B & W Silent .......... $92.50 remains as one of the definitive examples of
level with 'Ben Hur', a dramatic photo this type of grim drama. It's worth a look at
spectacle that falls somewhat short of 'The by those who enjoy a rattling good film for
Birth of a Nation.' " 101 minutes. are interested in the development of the
16 mm B & W Silent .... ... ....... $165.00 cinema. Oh yes, keep your eyes open for a
Super 8 DUD B & W Silent ........ . . $52.50 brief appearance by a young, unknown, just
starting actor in a bit part; his name-Clark
TOL'ABLE DAVID .. .. . ... . ... .. ... 1921 Gable. 71 minutes.
Director: Henry King, Cast: Richard 16mmB& W Sound .. ........ ... $175.00
Bar thelmess, Ernest Torrance. This film is Super8DUDB & WSound ....... .. . $99.98
as fr esh and gripping as any film, past or
present. Here is a silent film t hat can be MOULIN RUUGE .. .. . ... ..... . . ... 1929
screened for most audiences without Olga Chekova, Eve Gray, Jean Bradin.
explanation or "Conditioning." Simple, Directed by E.A. Dupont. A love triangle
deeply moving Americana. Barthelmess, in with mother and daughter the inadvertant
his greatest r ole: plays a sensitive man who objects of romance is t he basis for this
battles with a moronic killer, Luke. 80 vintage melodrama. The plot has Andre,
minutes. son of a wealthy Parisian, falling in love
16mmB& W Silent . .. ... . .. .. ... $199.00 with Margaret, daughter of a glamorous
Super 8 DUD B & W Silent .... .. ... . $63.95 star ofthe Moulin Rouge . But before things
have gone to far, Andre's emotions have
DETOUR . .......... .. ..... . . . .. .. 1946 caused him to fall in love with Margaret's
Director: Edgar G. Ulmer; Cast: Tom mother, Parysia! Andre's mania for Parysia
Neal, Ann Savage, Claudia Drake. Ulmer Tol'able David is so great that ,he would kill himself rather

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than honor his engagement to Margaret. FOOLISH WIVES ... . .. . .. .. . .. ; ... 1922 for a jolting, crashing ending set up in
But his plan to kill himself with a car whose Eric Von St roheim, Mae Busch, Maude typically Wellesian style.. .in the tower of
brakes have been tampered with go awry George, Dle Fuller. Written and Directed an old town clock! One of those special
and Margaret winds up driving the deadly by Eric Von Stroheim . The full range of 'manhunt' stories wit h a special brooding
vehicle. All turns out well, however, after a Von Stroheim's acting, organizin~ and atmosphere t hat will intrigue audiences and
thrilling rescue. Despite a highly theatrical directing talent is given full play m this keep their interest right to the excit ing
aspect to the film's performances, MOULIN classic silent drama, filled with the lavish climax . 95 minutes.
ROUGE is an example of filmmaking at t he decor Von St roheim was so fond of. A 16 nun B & W Sound ..... . ... . . ... $225.00
point when the motion picture was in its tragic-farce of a family of swindlers who Super 8 nunB & W Sound ..... . ... $124.98
transit ion period between silent films and prey . on rich women , set on the Riviera,
't alkies.' 85 minutes. pairing Von Stroheim with 'the ever MASTER OF THE HOUSE . ... . . .. .. 1925
16 nun B & W Sound . . . . .. . ...... . $210.00 popular Mae Busch.' 'It was after seeing J ohannes Meyer, Astrid Holm, Karin
Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . .. . .. .. $119.98 FOOLISH WIVES that I decided to become Nellmost. Directed by Carl Dreyer. The
a film director'- Jean Renoir. 'One of the famed Danish director combines drama
PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC . . .. . . . . 1928 Ten Greatest Films of All Time' - William with humor in this story of a middleclass
Marie Falconetti. Directed by Carl Dreyer. Wyler. 110 minutes. household tyrannized by t he fat her . When
One of Dreyer's greatest films, filled wit h Super 8 mm B & W SUent . . . ... . ... $89.98 t he wife flees his cruelty , the old house­
his magnificent use of the camera, using keeper takes it on herself to teach the Foolish Wives
close-ups of hands, faces, weapons , re­
ligious objects, etc. in this version of the A Foo~ .THERE WAS . . . . . . .. . .. .. . 1914 master of the house a much needed lessQn.
story of Joan the Maid who led the French The o~lgmal,super-seductr~ss who gave t he Dreyer's techniques and attention to detail STREET SCENE .... . .. . . . .. . .. .. . . 1931
against England, was captured and tried word .vamp to t he EnglIsh language. A.s are in full showcase . 86 minutes. Sylvia Sidney, William Collier J r., Max
and executed as a heretic. A film . that the evil ~oman who lures a goodman to h s 16 nun B & W SUent . . .. . ... .. . . .. $185.00 Montor, David Landau, Directed by King
evokes praise whenever shown. 80 minutes. destr~ctlon, Theda Bara b~came fam~us Vidor. Elmer Rice's Pulitzer Prize winning
16 nun B & W SUent $200 00 overmght. An unusual pIece of film NURSE EDITH CAVELL . . ..... . . . . 1939 play comes to the screen in a classic
Super 8 mmB&W Sii~~t· :: : : :::::.$77:50 nostalgi~ that see~s ridiculous today, but Anna Neagle, Edna May Olive~, George production directed by one of the great
was qUite the thmg way back when . 75 Sanders, May Robson , Zsu PIttS, H.B. names in film history. All the human drama
LOVE NEVER DIES . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . 1921 minutes. Warner, Sophie Stewart, Robert Coote, and tragedy of Rice's play is given excellent
Lloyd Hughes, Madge Bellamy, Claire 16 nun B & W SUent .. . .. . .. . .. . . . $165.00 Martin Kosleck. Directed by Herbert treatment under King Vidor's guidance.
McDowell. Directed by King Vidor . A r are Super 8 mm B & W SUent . .. . ... .. . $57.50 Wilcox. One of Britain's finest actresses Sylvia Sidney portrays Rose Maurrant,
example iof t he great Vidor's work during gives a superb performance as Edith t he unsuspecting girl whose life is about to
the silent era with the film maker doing UNDER SECRET ORDERS .. ....... 1933
Cavell, the true-life heroine who aided the be tor n apart. Her father, supposed to be
new t hings wit h a pure tear-jerker. A Eric von Stroheim, Dita Parlo Claire Luce Allies on the battlefield during World War away, has returned home to find his wife
happy m~!age is almost destroye~ when Clifford Evans. Directed by Edmund 1. Hfre is o~e of th~s~ rare pictures that with another man. Murder, a manhunt, the
the herome s father learns that hIS new Greville. An unusual drama of World War 1. equals t he silent orlgmal for power and reaction of t hose on the street and the final
son-in-law is t he son of a 'notorious' woman. This time the central character is not a dra~atic impact . Made at t he time when moments of the film capture all t he drama
When he spirits the girl away , things gallant member of t he Allies on a secret Britain was undergoing its most t rying of Elmer Rice's play. 80 minutes.
happen. There's a t rain wreck and an mission but a beautiful woman who hour; this story of World War I and the 16 nun B & W Sound . . .. . . . . . . . .. . $179.00
excit.ing chas~ before the lovers are becomes one of the top agents for the peop~e. it affected was . amazingly tim~ly,
reumted. 75 mmutes. Ger man espionage service. Because of her emergmg as an engrossmg story that rises BLIND HUSBANDS . .. . . .... .. . .... 1919
16 nun Color Tinted Silent .... . .... $300.00 past life as a medical student, she earns the abov~ ~he unusual war .propoganda picture, E ric Von Stroheim, Sam de Grasse,
Super 8 mm Color Tinted SUent ... . $175.00 name of 'Mademoiselle Docteur', as well as capturmg, through MISS Neagle's perfor­ Francelia Billington. Directed by Eric Von
becoming one of t he most hunted enemy mance the spirit of a woman whose Stroheim. One of Von Stroheim's r are
SIDEWALKS OF LONDON [St. Martin's agents of t he war. Her story, beginning patriot ism was great enough, but who forays into t he realm of directing with the
Lane]
D' . .. . .T'
. ....Wh
.. .... .. . .. . . .... . 1938 WI'th her ent ry'moe
t th d angerous world 0 f mana'\'ed
"i to avoid hatred or bl'tterness man who became known as "the man you
lrector: ~~ ?lan; Cast: ~harles the spy (all due to a desire to avenge a towara her. fellow man. 97 minutes. love to hate" demonstrating his virtuosity
Laughton, Vlvlen . LeIgh. ' Rex HarrIson. . A murd d sweet h
ere )
to her fmal
eart ' moments 16 nun'B' & W Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $19900
. behind the cameras as well as in front of it.
street entertamer pIcks UBup ka "A waIf andh l'S an l'nteres t'
mg an d differen t d rama. V
on SPARROWS . •.••.• . . •• . •• ... •.. . .. 1926 Von Stroheim is an Austrian Leutenant,
rnakes her a successfu I us er. s er St h " 11 best described as a "lounge-lizard" who
career accelerates, she is accepted into 1'0 elm glVes an exce ~nt po~rayal. of Director: William Beaudine; Cast: Mary preys upon one unwitting female after
society and finds a new impresario-all one of ~he Ge.~ma~hspy ~~lefs, wtth a ~~ttle Pickford, Gustave von Syffertitz, Spec 0' another. But his conquests come to an end
while her old friend steadily goes down hill. ~ore . U~~?l y I an 65 IS . usua rut ess Donnel. As youngster Molly , Mary is in when he cast s his upon the neglected wife of
L-~~_Th~~~~_~~.:ry ~~~~~~~~!:~~in ~:~ia~ 1~=c;::~o:;~: ... ~l~~.t~~: .$165.00 ?!~1:0~~~!~~~h~~~~:~~:~~~~;;~ an.~merican sur!!eon. Usin&: hi~..!.~ppose
..~d_ _ _ _ _..1
LloYd· Hugh;~-:-Madg;·-·-B~ii;~y, ·-·-Cl;ir~- 16 mm B¥& W Silent .... . . ....... .. $165.00
M~rtin Kosleck. I?ir.e~ted. bY -Her6eit-t;;;t;;:;t;r~~d;;~~Ki~g-Vid~;:;"g;;id;~~;.-
McDowell. Directed by King Vidor. A rare Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. .. . . . ... $57.50
~ilcox . One of Britam s fmest actres~es Sylvia Sidney portrays Rose Maurrant ,
example of the great Vidor's work during , gives a superb . perfor~ance a~ EdIth the unsuspecting girl whose life is about to
t he silent era with the film maker doing UNDER SECRET ORDERS .. ... .... 1933 Ca~ell, the true-lIfe .herome . who aIded the be torn apart. Her father, supposed to be
new things with a pure tear-jerker . A Eric von Stroheim, Dita Parlo, Claire Luce , AIIIE1s on. t he battlefIeld durmg ~orld War away, has returned home to find his wife
happy marriage is almost destroyed when Clifford Evans. Directed by Edmun-d I. H~re 18 o~e of th?s~ rare pIct ures t hat with anot her man. Murder, a manhunt, the
the heroine's father learns t hat his new Greville. An unusual drama of World War I. equals .th~ silent ongInal for P?wer and reaction of those on the street and t he final
son-in·law is the son of a 'notorious' woman. This time the central character is not a dr~~~tIc Impact. Mad.e at. the time w~en moments of the film capture all the drama
When he spirits the girl away, things gallant member of t he Allies on a secret Brit am ~as undergomg Its most trymg of Elmer Rice's play . 80 minutes.
happen. There's a t rain wreck and an mission but a beautiful woman who hour, t~l8 story of World W.ar I a~d the 16mmB&WSound .. ............ $179.00
exciting chase before the lovers are becomes one of the top agents for the peop~e. It affected was . amazmgly tIm~ly,
reunited. 75 minutes. German espionage service. Because of her emer~mg as an engrossmg story tha~ rIses BLIND HUSBANDS ...... .. ...... . . 1919
16 mm Color Tinted Silent ... .. . .. . $300.00 past life as a medical student, she earns t he above ~he unusual war y ropogand,a picture, Eric Von Stroheim, Sam de Grasse ,
Super 8 mm Color Tinted Silent .... $175.00 name of 'Mademoiselle Docteur', as well as capt urmg, thro?~h MISS Neagle s perfor­ Francelia Billington. Directed by Eric Von
. , becoming one of the most hunted enemy man~e . the spmt of a woman whose Stroheim. One of Von Stroheim's rare
SIDEWALKS OF LONDON [St. Martm s agent s of the war. Her story, beginning patrlo~lsm was ~eat enough , ~ut who forays into the realm of directing with the
L~el .. ... . .' .. .. . .. . ....... ...... 1938
with her entry into the dangerous world of manalfed to aVOid hat red .or bitterness man who became known as "the man you
Director: T~~ Wh~lan ; Cast: , ~harles the spy (all due to a desire to avenge a toward her fellow man . 97 mmutes. love to hate" demonstrating his virtuosity
Laughton, Vlv~en Lel~h , Rex Harn~on. A murdered sweetheart) to her final moments 16mm,B & W Sound .... .. .. ..... . $199.00 behind the cameras as well as in front of it.
streket hentertamer picks" up a ;,;,alf and is an interesting and different drama. Von SPARROWS 1926 Von Stroheim is an Austrian Leutenant ,
rna es er a successful Busker. As her . . ....................... b 'b d "1 I' d" h
I . . Strohelm gives an excellent portrayal of Director' William Beaudine' Cast. Mary est deserl e as a ounge- lZar VI 0
career
. t acce f' d ' she IS . accepted. mto
d erates II one 0 t e er man spy c Ie s, Wit a Itt e Pickford Gustave von Syffertitz Spec 0 ' preys upon one unwi mg emaIe after
f h G h' f . h 1· I ' , . ·tt· f
socle y an m· sd a t new
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fil' . own B ·t · . . 0 ff·Icer roIes. 65 mmutes.
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00 imprisoned on a baby far m The fiendish an A '
mencan surgeon. Usin g his supposed
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th e careers 0'f Harrlson an elg.
86

' , . . officer seems to be makmg headway until


minutes . for slave labor. There are t hrilling se­ . . b h d ' .h
S THE STRANGER . . .. . .. . . . . . ... .. . 1946
uences with uick sand and alli ator events fmally brmg a out a s ow own Wit
16 mm B & Wound .. . ........... $210.00
Edward G Robinson Loretta Young 9 q ~ both t he husband and other man climbing
Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... $124 .98 .. . ' , mfested swamps, as Mary and t he children .
Orson Welles Directed by Orson Welles . . .. the peak of one of the Dolomite Alps and
. ' . attempt to escape their peril. ThiS IS a ve r y . .
OUR TOWN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1940 With the end of World War II, and the bl il t fil d · ft the seducer IS exposed as the contemptible
Id' . h' I f h memora e s en era m, an IS 0 en thO th t h . " h M St h '
'
Willlam H0 Id en, Marth a Sco, tt Th omas wor s attent .IOn. upon I b t e h tria so . .t e consl·der ed Mary P'IC kfor d' s f·mest film. 82 dmg · ta 'e IS. ...wt · enever. r.' t ro . elm
d
Mitchell, Frank Craven. Thornton Wilder's man.y w~ crlmma s. rou~ t to Just~ce, minutes. . eSI:es 0 give up ac mg, or IS no .req.uIre ,
Pulitzer Prize winning stage hit in a film motion pict ures. dealmg With the. pU~lsh- 16 mm B & W Sound [Musicl . . ..... $249.00 I~ plc~ures , he ~an devote ~ll of hiS. time to
that recaptures all t he joys, the drama, the ment and ~ursult of escape~ N~zl offlc~rs 16 mm Silent ....... . ..... ... .. . . $200.00 dlre~tm~-and if the promise tha~ IS born.e
tears, the humor, the romance that made it became qUite . popular, ranging m quality of ~IS first performanc~ as a director IS
one of the great stage attractions of all from the lurid to t he well-made. THE A STAR IS BORN ................ . . 1937 f,!lfllle~: the. screen will be greatly en­
time. Set in Grovers Corners a small S~RANGER: emerges. as one of t~e best of Frederic March, Janet Gaynor Adolphe rlched. 90 mm~tes .
American town, the story moves from one thiS type, directed With the speCial pow~r Menjou. Directed by William_A "Yellman. 16 mm B & W Silent . . .. ... . .. .. .. $175.00
point in time to another, introducing the that on~y Orson ~elles possesses. ~t IS The classic 1937 drama wit h Frederic
viewers to its citizens, making them Welles: m f~ct, v:ho IS one of the two pivotal March in one of his best performances as a LADY OF BURLESQUE .. . ......... 1943
witness the changes through the years as forc~s m thiS grim game of cat-and-mouse, movie star declining in popularity; he meets Barbara Stanwyck, Michael O'Shea, J.
they live out their lives. A film classic. 86 set m a sm~ll sleepy New England town, ashy, young girl from a country town Edward Bromberg, Pinky Lee. An unusual
minutes. whose calm IS due to be rudely shattered by (Janet Gaynor), falls in love, marries her and entertaining mystery set in the wacky
16 mm B & W Sound ..... .. .... . .. $210.00 the appearanc~ of governme.nt agent and helps her become a star-with her fame backstage world of burlesque. Based on
Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... $119.98 Edward G. Robmson, on the tr~il of one of eclipsing his and tragic consequences Gypsy Rose Lee's 'G-String Murders,' the
the most ~uth~ess,. ~nd my~terlO~s, mem­ following. A rare film classic and superior film keeps the thrills going with an
ANGEL O~ MY SHOU~DER .... ... . 1946 bers of Hitler s military elite. HIS quarry entertainment. 111 minutes. unknown strangler at large in the Old
Paul Mum, Claude Rams, Anne Baxter. is played with quite, understated menace 16 mm Color Sound ........ . .. ... . $475.00 Opera House, adding a delightful look at the
Three great stars in an unusual fant asy- by Welles, who creates a gently chilling backstage lives o f those involved in an
drama. Gangster Muni, killed by a double portrait of evil as he takes deadly action to SCROOGE .... . ..... ...... . . .. . .. . 1935 unusual area of show business. Filled with
crossing partner, makes a deal with the protect his new identity, that of a professor Seymour Hicks. Charles Dickens' "Christ­ lots of interesting characters; the film also
Devil·to take tneplace of a look-alike of history, about to marry the daughter of a mas Carol" brought to life in t his excellent contains some of the original burlesque
candidate for governor. Muni can get Supreme Court Judge! As the tension British production, retelling the story of comedy sketches featuring performers who
revenge and Satan can recruit new souls. increases, and t he wife, played with the Ebenezer Scrooge, the miser who was actually got their start in burlesque. 91
But the gangster begins to change and right aura of mount ing suspicion and finally reformed by the Ghosts of Christmas. 67 minutes.
becomes a force for good. 100 minutes. terror by Loretta Young, discovers who her minutes. 16 mm B & W Sound ... .... . .... .. $225.00
16 mm B & W Sound .. .. .. ....... . $199.00 husband really is, t he audience is prepared 16imm B & W Sound ..... . ........ $129.00 Super 8 mm B & W Sound ... ...... $129.98
Hollywood Film Exc!tange Fall 1976 13 t·
()~AMA

THE PRIVATE LIFE OF HENRY THE THE FALL OF BABYLON . . .. . . . . 1916-19 leaves fDr battle and the village is realized that he hasn't been a failure in life
vn ............. ....... .. ......... 1933
Cunstance Talmadge, Elmo. Linculn. 35 bumbarded and uccupied by the Germans. after all, the viewer will realize that he has
Charles Laughtun, Robert Dunat, Merle minutes. It is particularly interesting as une uf the been watching a very unusual and special
OberDn, Gertrude Lawrence, JDhn Loder, Super 8 mm B & W Silent . ..... . . . . S24.98 many fIlms Df its kind made at the time. mDtiDn picture that abDunds in that brand
Wendy Barrie. Directed by Alexander Cumpared to. mure recent pictures with a Df "CapracDrn" that has delighted audiences
KDrda. Probably the best knuwn biDgraphy AMERICA .......... . .... . ... . .. . . 1924 similar purPo.se, it emphasizes the change fDr many years. 130 minutes.
dealing with the lusty king who. had six Neil Hamiltun, Carul Dempster. Griffith's ' in prupanganda technique, buth Dn the 16mmB& W Sound . . . ...... ... .. $270.00
wives and invented the 'ShDrt-cut divurce.' hist urical spectacle is perfect fur yuur uwn screen and elsewhere. 80 minutes. Super 8 mm B & W Sound . . . . . . .. . $149.98
Charles Laughtun created une uf t he must bicentennial celebratio.n . 120 minutes. 16 mm B & W Silent ... . . ... . .. . . . $215.00
celebrated portraits uf the winning and Super 8 mm B & W Silent . .. .... .. SI04.98 Super 8 mID B & W Silent .. . . . . . .. . S99.95 MEET JOHN DOE . . . .. .. . .. .. .... .1941
wenching ruler uf England amid a lavishly Gary Cooper, · Barbara Stanwyck, Edward
muunted backgrDund Df beautiful and TRUE HEART SUSIE ..... . .. .. . ... 1919 ArnDld, Walter Brennen. Frank Capra's
authentic sets, recreating t he Tudur cuurt THE IDOL DANCER ........... . ... 1920 Directur: D.W. Griffith; Cinematugrapher: Dde to. the CDmmDn man in this social­
uf medievel England . The ace o.f all pictures Richard Barthelmess, Clarine Seymuur, G.W\ Bitzer; Cast: Lilian Gish, Robert cDmedy-drama. Cooper plays an unemplDY­
Creightun Hale. Directed by D.W. Griffith.
with six queens in the deck. 98 minutes.
The great directur takes a fling at t he South Harro.n, Clarine Seymure. Althuugh Dne uf ed man picked as the 'typical American'
Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. . ...... $139.98

Seas rumances in this tale uf sacred and Griffith's less ambitiuus fIlms, Susie, JDhn Doe, by a newspaper publisher. He
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with its uno.btrusive camera placement and soon is built into. the symbDI Df the average
pro.fane luve in t he trupics. Richard editing, captures t he small tQwn era uf man by the high-pressure campaign Df the
NINE DAYS A QUEEN . . . . . .. .. . ... 1936 Barthelmess is the hero. o.f t he piece who.
Cedric Haidwicke, No.va Pilbean, J Dhn evidently falls fDr the traditiunal island Wurdswurth and Cuwper. A count ry girl new mugul, with the aid uf a girl repDrter,
Mills, Felix Aylmer. Directed by Robert temptress. It's good versus evil, clean secretly sells her cuw to. finance her true until he finds he's being used to. further the
Stevensun. An excellent and unusual living against paganism in this silent love to. cullege. After beco.ming a minister, publishers pulitical ambitiuns. As always,
histurical drama Df the intrigue-filled days drama. 80 minutes. the bo.y friend returns to. the rural village. Capra brings his puint acruss skillfully and
in England fulluwing the death uf its 16 mm B & W Silent .. . .. . . .. ... . . S200.00 Unaware Qf Susie and her IQyalty, he entertainingly with excellent perfurmances
flamboyant munarch, Henry VIII. As the Super 8 mID B & W Silent . .. . .. . ... $62.50 marries an unfaithful city girl. 62 minutes. thrDughDut. One uf the screen classics. 135
Qld king dies, his 'luyal advisers' being their 16 mm B & W Silent .. . ........... SI65.00 minutes.
plutting in Qrder to. gain cuntrol uf the Super 8 mm B & W Silent . ...... . .. $57.50 16 mm B & W Sound ....... . ..... . S260.00
thro.ne Qf England. As the mo.st cunning uf THE MOTHER AND THE LAW .. . .. 1917 Super 8 mm B & W Sound ..... .. .. $149.98
the schemers, the Earl uf . Warwick, Mae Marsh, Robert HarrQn. The modern JUDITH OF BETHULIA .. . .... . .... 1913 ..... ......• ....... .. ........... .... ....•..

watches and plays o.ne factiun against the sequence uf "Intulerance" with added Blanche Sweet, Henry B. Walthall, Robert oo 0
°
o.ther, turning bro.ther against brQther, footage by Griffith . It was released Harrun, Mae Marsh. The first 4-reel feature
tragic events march to. their inevitable fQIIo.wing the financial failure uf "Intoler­
cunclusiun. Trapped in the web uf intrigue ance." 80 minutes.
made in the United States, a triumph fur
Griffith and the beginning uf a new era fur
°IjITCtiCUCI\ ;
o

mQtiDn pictures. Shut in secret by Griffith, ....•.•..••••.••... .... .••.• .• •.•••....• .•


o
is the sickly yuung Edward VI, who. Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. . .... . .. $57.98
realizes. too late. huw he has been used. 'Judith uf Bethulia' tells uf a jewish widuw
And in the middle uf t he tragedy and deadly · ISN'T LIFE WONDERFUL? .... . ... . ... . in the ancient city uf Bethulia who disguises
herself, enters the camp o.f the enemy
) infighting, a yDung girl, J ane 'Grey, finds Caro.I Dempster, Neil Hamiltun. A semi
herself thrust into. the positio.n uf Queen, a documentary look at post Wurld War I
mument that will result in tragedy fQr a girl during the inflatiQn. YQung IQvers find their
besieging the city and kills their leader. 41
minutes.
who. harmed no. Qne and was queen fQr Qnly ~ay to. life tQgether despite seemingly
16 mID B & W Silent . .. . .......... SI10.00
nine days o.f her yuung life. 80 minutes. msuperable Dbstacles to. t heir happiness.
Super8mmB& W Silent ..... . .... $31.98
16 mm B & W Sound ....... . .. . .. . $195.00 100 minutes.

Super 8 mm B & W Sound . ........ 5119.98 Super 8 mID B & W Silent ... '. .. . .. . 587.50
HOME SWEET HOME . ............ 1914

H.B. Walthall, Blanche Sweet, The Gish


ORPHANS OF THE STORM ........ 1921
Sisters. Based Qn a famuus poem and SQng,
WINTERSET ...................... 1937 t he fIlm shQWS hQW a number Qf lives are
Lillian and DQruthy ' Gish. All in all,

Burgess Meredith Margo., Eduardo. Cianelli, affected by the powerluleffect Qf the sQng.
Griffith's telling Qf the French Revo.lutiQn

JQhn Carradine, Mischa Auer. Maxwell makes fur Qne Qf the must exciting fIlms Qf
40 minutes.
Anderson's powerful drama with an excel­ 16 mID B & W Silent .. .. ... .. .. . ;.,. $110.00
his career. Easily Qne o.f Griffith's fmest and

lent cast Qf skilled perfo.rmers, all members Super 8 mID B & W Silent . . ... . . .. ·,.S39.50
must entertaining fIlms. 130 minutes.

Qf the Qriginal BrQadway cast. His fat her


Super 8 mm B & W Silent . . ... ... . $105.98
\
electrocuted fQr a crime he didn't cQmmit, a THE BIRTH OF A NATION . ... . .... 1915
yQung man sets Dut to. clear his name. The Lillian Gish, . Henry B. Walthall. His·
result is an excellent film that has been WAYDOWNEAST . . . ... ... ..... .. 1920
torieallv. iusL the.. i!T.e ate..t.....ile.n.t~filtn~~"..~ .-J
··... ... •... •.....••.•••.•••........•..•.••
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watches and plays one faction against the sequence of "Intolerance" with added Blanche Sweet, Henry B. Walthall, Robert.
other, turning brother against brother, footage by Griffith. It was released
tragic events march to t heir inevitable following the financial failure of "Intoler­
conclusion. Trapped in the web of intrigue ance." 80 minutes.
Harron, Mae Marsh. The first 4-reel feature
made in the United States" a t riumph for
Griffith and the beginning of a new era for
t 1-iITCI1C()CI\ ~

·. ...........•..............................

is the sickly young Edward VI, who Super 8 mm B & W SUent ...... ... . $57.98 motion pictures. Shot in secret by Griffith,
realizes, too late, how he has been used. 'Judith of Bet hulia' tells of a jewish widow
And in the middle of the tragedy and deadly ' ISN'T LIFE WONDERFUL? . .......... . . in the ancient city of Bethulia who disguises
infighting, a young girl, Jane -Grey, finds Carol Dempster, Neil Hamilton. A semi herself, enters the camp of the enemy
herself thrust into the position of Queen, a documentary look at post World War I besieging the city and kills t heir leader. 41
moment that will result in tragedy for a girl during the inflation. Young lovers find t heir minutes.
who harmed no one and was queen for only yvay . to life together despite seemingly
16 mm B & W Silent .......... . ... $110.00

nine days of her young life. 80 minutes. Insuperable obstacles to their happiness.
Super 8 mm B & W Silent . .. . .. .. .. $31.98

, 16 mm B & W Sound ... . ........ . .$195.00 100 minutes.

Super 8 mm B & W Sound ..... . ... $119.98 Super 8 mm B & W SUent .... ; ..... $87.50
HOME SWEET HOME .... . ........ 1914

H.B. Walthall, Blanche Sweet, The Gish


ORPHANS OF THE STORM .... . ... 1921
Sisters. Based on a famous poem and song,
WINTERSET ........ . ... ...... .... 1937 Lillian and Dorothy ' Gish. All in all,
the film shows how a number of lives are
Burgess Meredith Margo, Eduardo Cianelli, Griffith's telling of the French Revolution
affected by t he powerfuleffect of the song.
John Carradine, Mischa Auer. Maxwell makes for one of the most exciting films of
40 minutes.
Anderson's powerful drama with an excel­ his career. Easily one of Griffith's finest and
16 mm B & W SUent ............ ;'.. $110.00
lent cast of skilled performers, all members most entertaining films. 130 minutes.
Super 8 mm B & W Silent ...... . .. '..$39.50
of t he original Broadway cast. His father Super 8 mm B & W SUent . .... . ... $105.98
\
electrocuted for a crime he didn't commit, a THE BIRTH OF A NATION .. .. . . .. .1915
young man sets out to clear his name. The Lillian Gish,. Henry B. Walthall. His·
result is an excellent film that has been WAY DOWN EAST . . .......... . . . .1920

torically, just t he greatest silent film ever


called poetic, dramatic and engrossing. 85 Director: D.W. Griffith; Cinematographer:
made. 160 minutes.
minutes. ' G.W. Bitzer; Cast: Lillian Gish, Lowell

16 nun B & W Silent . . .. . . .. ..... .$250.00

16 mm B & W Sound .. . ........... $210.00 Sherman, Richard . Barthelmess. Special

Super 8 mm B & W Silent ......... $119.98

Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... $119.98 long prints with musical score. One of the

most commercially successful of the Griffith

II ~ · 11

films and one of the strangest. About a poor

ALGIERS .. . .. .. .. .... . .. . ... . . ~ . .1938 but honest country girl t ricked into a fake

Charles Boyer, Hedy Lamarr, Sigrid Gurie, marriage by a city slicker who deserts her.

Peter Lorre. Boyer in one of his most With Griffith's great skill as director and
THE LODGER ... . .. . ..... . ..... . .. 1926­
famous roles-Pepe Le Moko, the master of Gish's superb acting, plus the- ---exciting
IT'S A WONDERFUI~ LIFE ..... . ... 1946 Ivor Novello, Marie AuIt, Malcolm Keen.
all crooks, the most -infamous citizen of the camera work by Bitzer and Hendrick
James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barry­ Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. The film that
exotic Cashbah. A rich girl falls under Le Sartov, this simple story of plain people
more, Henry Travers, Beulah Bondi, Hitchcock himself has called the 'first true
<; Moko's spell, t riggering off events that becomes a film masterpiece of timeless
Thomas Mitchell, H.B. Warner, Gloria "Hitchcock film.... Based on the famous
build to the classic dramatic ending. 96 quality . The exciting climax with the girl's
suspense novel, 'The Lodger' presents t he
Grahame, Ward Bond, Frank Faylen. . story of a family that rents a room to a m
minutes. rescue from the ice flow and waterfall
Directed by Frank Capra. Haven't there
16mmB& WSound . ..... . . . ..... $225.00 mysterious stranger at the time when J ack
during a blizzard (which was actually shot
been times that you have wished you had t he Ripper terrorized London. As t he film
Super 8 mm B & W Sound . ..... . .. $129.98 on location on the Connecticut River). will

never been born...or words to that effect? p rogresses t hey begin to have t he chilling
leave you breathless. 110 minutes.
Well, that's the basic premise to this unique suspicion that t heir boarder just might be
16 mm B & W Sound [Music] ..... . .$322.50
film classic from t he master of the 'human' the infamous mass muderer! Even in the
Super 8 mm B & W Sound ... .. .... $139.98
drama, Frank Capra! James Stewart is the
Cmlr=r=ITIl )
Super 8 mm B & W SUent ..... .. ... $99.98
harried individual in question, a small town
man whose family has built up a successful
HEARTS OF THE WORLD ... . ..... 1917
business. Stewart has helped many of the
silent medium, Hitchock demonstrates his
developing skills with some unusual visual
ideas- it is also the first film in which he
made his now t raditional cameo appear­
Director: D.W. Griffith ; Cinematographer:
citizens, often at the cost of defying the ances. 65 minutes.
BROKEN BLOSSOMS ....... .. ..... 1919 G.W. Bitzer; Cast: Lillian Gish, Dorothy town's tyrannical, power-hungry banker. 16mmB& WSilent . .. . .. . .. . .. . .$160.00
Richard Bartheimes, Lilian Gish, Donald Gish, Robert Harron, Erich Von Stroheim, When a financial error spells disaster for
Crisp. Griffith's t ragic, poetic classic of two (Noel Coward made his first screen everything Stewart has built up, he BLACKMAIL .. .................... 1929
young people and a doomed love. The boy is appearance in a small part.) Griffith expresses the desperate wish and receives Anny Ondra, John Logdon, Sarah Allgood.
a poor Chinaman, the girl a pitiful waif was invited by the British Government to his answer in t he form of a novice 'heavenly Directed by Alfred Hitchcock . The first
mistreated by her brutal father . One of· make a propaganda film for the allies which messenger', who shows him what would sound production for Britain and Hitchcock
Griffith's best. 88 minutes. shows t he virtue of patriotism and de­ happen if he hadn't been born and how the with the master director coping with the
16 mm B & W SUent ........ ..... .$189.00 ' mocracy. A couple falls in love in a French town and the people in it would have new medium of sound. A detective's
Super 8 mm B & W SUent .... . .. . .. $66.98 Village behind the allied lines. The boy developed without his aid. _As Stewart girlfriend is forced to kill an artist who t ries
14 Hollywood Film Exc~ange Fall 1976
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tiitchc()ck wo~ld closing in on him as his wife secretly


deSIres revenge and a detective gets on his
trail. 76 minutes.
(C01t.) 16mmB& WSound . . . . .......... 5199.00
Super 8 mm B & W Sound ... . .. .. . 5119.98
to assault her. Later, a blackmailer
attempts to use this fact to force the EASY VIRTUE [Silent) . . .. . ........ 1927
detective to cooperate with him. The climax Isabel J ean, Franklin Dyall, Ian Hunter.
of the film is a chase around the rooftop of Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Not a
the British Museum. An interesting thing m!stery-suspense drama, but one dealing
that is the heroine German actress Anny WIth the eventual dest ruct ion of a woman's
Ondra, hardly spoke English; Hitchcock life. A woman, Laurita, becomes notorious
had actress Joan Barry speak Ondra's when her lover kills himself. She leaves her
dialogue outside the shot with the star husband and becomes involved with a
mout hing words. 86 minutes. wealthy playboy, leading her downfall. An
16mm B & W Sound ....... . .. . ... 5225.00 unusual picture for Hitchcock. 60 minutes.
Super 8 mm B & W Sound . .... . . . . 5119.98 . 16 mm B & W Silent ...... .. ...... '150.00
THE S~CRET AGENT .... . .. . ..... 1936 MURDE
Madeleme Carroll, John Gielgud, Peter R ............... ... : .... . . 1930
~rre, Robert Young. Directed by Alfred Herbert Ma~shall, Nora Barmg, Phyllis Maater of Saape..ee, Alfred Hlteheoek
HItchcock. The master of suspense takes Konstam. I?Irected b! Alfred Hitchcock. without knowing why he is involved, and
entanglement. There are sub-plots, all
the audience into the world of the secret Anothe~ vmtage !iItchcock production t he factor of a seemingly ordinary person or
fitting together to form a completed puzzle
agent; not the glamourized, gadget-filled ?eals Wlth one of hlS f~vor~te themes-an object being the cause of the trouble. In this
of drama proving, once again, Fritz Lang's
world of today's movies , but the ' grim, mnocent accused of a frIend s death. Tried case, it is Mrs. Froy, a kindly, pleasant old
mastery of the cinematic form. 90 minutes.
sometimes tragic, always danger-filled and se?te~ced: the hapless woman finds a woman on a train-who disappears without
Super8mmB& WSilent . . . . . ..... '82.98
cosmos where irony and sometimes tragedy cha.mpion m ~Ir John Menier, a jurist who a trace while the train is in motion. A young
Super8mmB&WSound,Music .. '164.98
intermingle. Based on Somerset b~heves her mnocent . Sir John begins to man and woman try to find out the answer .

Maugham's "Ashenden" stories and a play ~Iece the clues to&:e ther in this complex to the riddle and end up in conflict with two ":OMAN IN.THE MOON ........ . ...1929
based on them, SECRET AGENT deals JIgsaw puzzle until t he real killer is groups of international espionage agents. DIrector: FrItz Lang; Screenplay: L~ng and
with. a member of British Intelligence who unmasked in the true. Hitchcoc~ style. It Filled with the dry humor Hitchcock is T~ea von Harbou (based on her nove!);
receIves orders to eliminate a suspected shold lM; noted that HItchcock. filmed. .b?th famed for, 'Lady Vanishes' remains one of Cmematography: Curt Courant, Oskar
enemy agent only to discover that the a? EngllSh and a German verSIOn, utilizmg his great epics in suspense. 99 minutes. Fishinger and Otto Kanturek. Cast: Willy .
wrong man, an innocent tourist in Switzer­ different casts for each addition. The film is 16 mm B & W Sound .............. ' 225.00 Fritsch, Fritz Rasp, Gerda Maurus, Klaus
land, ~as killed. With the help of an ~ased on the n?vel, "~nter Sir J ohn", by Super 8 mm B & W Sound . .. .. .. . . 5139.98 Pabl, Gustav von Wagenheim. Silent. The
attractive British agent, our hero, Ashen- Clemence Dane . 92 mmutes. year this film was produced, t he V·I and
den, and his accomplice, the General 16 mm B & W Sound .............. '250.00
V-2 rockets were still on the drawing board
(played by Peter Lorre, who almost steals ' but Lang does a delightful and not far­
the p~cture) , set out to get the right man
~ lA.~C3 .-~

THETlDRTY-NINESTEPS . . ..... . . 1935 fetched showing of a rocket visit to the


and fmd themselves colliding head-on with Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll, Lucie moon . Surely it would have delighted
a spy ring whose headquarters is in possibly Mannheim. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. George Melies, but the Third Reich
the most unusual setting of all-a choclate ~robably one of Hitchcock's finest suspense frowned on it - they didn't want anyone
factory. Robert Young was cast as the real films based on the classic adventure by thinking about rockets while they busily
enemy agent , departing from his usual J ohn Buchan. Donat, framed for murder METROPOLIS ......... . ...... . ... .1926 worked on t hem in secret. 104 minutes.
handsome good guy roles to portray a by a spy ring, is forced to flee the police and Alfred A~l, Brigitte Helm, Rudolf Klein­ 16 mm B & W Silent ......... .. ... 5250.00
fu.ll-scale villain. A rare example of the ~nem! agents. Handcuffed to a R~gge. J?ir~cted by Fritz Lang. The classic 16 mm B & W Sound [Music) .... . .. 5299.00
HItchcock developing his skills amid the beautiful gIrl, Madeleine Carroll, he under­ sCIence-fIction spectacle of the year 2000.
growing .British film industry, SECRET goes many ~a~gers .until he , ~earns t he ~cclaim~ !o~ its te~hnical work amI scope, SCARLET STREET .. . ....... . . .... 1945
AGENT IS excellent entertainment as well secret of the Thirty-Nme Steps m a British Metropolis IS conSIdered to be one of the Edward G. Robinson , Joan Bennett, Dan
as an opportunity to see a different side of Music Hall from a man with a more than most a!Dbitious, and expensive German Duryea, Margaret Lindsay. Directed by
the spy game. 83 minutes. remarkable memory. One of the all-time productions made by the UFA studios. Fritz Lang. From one of the masters of the
16 mm B & W Sound ... .. . . ...... . $225.00 classic motion pictures, with Hitchcock Over a year in production and using 36,000 cinema comes this compelling, darkly­
Super 8 B & W Sound . . . . .. . . ... . . 5129.98 skillfully conveying the hunted feelings of players during that time, 'Metropolis' has shadowed drama adapted from the French
the...h.e.ro...81.minutes. become one of the definitive science-fiction ~lay, ."La_~hien':le':: (!.ilf!1~d in 1~31 ~y J ~~n
•• ' • • 1 ••• ' ..!..I ~
piece t ne ClUes togetner m tms complex
M~~gh;~;~ -"Ashenden" stories and a play to the riddle and end up in conflict with two WUMAN I N Tilt; MUON .•..•... . ... 1929
~
jigsaw puzzle until t he real killer is groups of international espionage agents . Director: Fritz Lang; Screenplay: L~ng and !i:
based on t hem, SECRET AGE NT deals unmasked in t he true Hitchcock style . It
with a member of British Intelligence who Filled with the dry humor Hitchcock is Thea von Harbou (based on her novel); l'
shold be noted that Hitchcock filmed both famed for, 'Lady Vanishes' remains one of Cinematography: Curt Courant, Oskar j'
r eceives orders t o eliminate a suspected
enemy agent only to discover that the
wrong man, an innocent t ourist in Switzer­
land, was killed. With the help of an
an English and a German version, utilizing
different casts for each addition. The film is
based on the novel, "Enter Sir John", by
'Clemence Dane'. 92 minutes.
his great epics in suspense. 99 minut es.
16mmB& WSOund ...... .. ...... 5225.00
Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... 5139.98

Fishinger and Otto Kanturek. Cast: Willy .


Fritsch, Fritz Rasp, Gerda Maurus, Klaus
Pabl, Gustav von Wagenheim. Silent. The
year this film was produced, the V-I and
l, ~
attractive British agent, our hero, Ashen­ 16 mm. B & W Sound .............. 5250.00 V-2 rockets wer e still on t he drawing board I
den, and his accomplice , t he General
(played by Peter Lorre, who almost steals
but Lang does a delightful and not far­ I

lA.~f7 ~
THE THIRTY-NINE STEPS ......... 1935 fetched showing of a rocket visit to the
the picture), set out to get the r ight man
Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll, Lucie . moon. Surely it would have delighted I

and find themselves colliding head-on with


a spy ring whose headquarters is in possibly Mannheim. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Probably one of Hitchcock's finest suspense
II George Melies, but the Third Reich
frowned on it - they didn't want anyone
t he most unusual setting of all- a choclate
factory. Robert Young was cast as the real films based on the classic adventure by thinking about rockets while they busily
John Buchan. Donat, framed for murder METROPOLIS. : .: ................. 19~6 . worked on them in secret. 104 minutes.
enemy agent, departing from his usual Alfred A~l, BrIgItte ~elm, Rudolf KleI~- 16 mm B & W Silent .............. $250.00
handsome good guy roles to portray a by a spy ring, is forced to flee the police and
the enemy agents. Handcuffed to a R~gge . J?ir~cted by FrItz Lang. The claSSIC 16mmB& WSound [Music] ....... $299.00
full-scale villain. A rare example of
Hit chcock developing his skills amid t he beautiful girl, Madeleine Carroll, he under­ sCIence-fict lOn spectacle of the year 2000.
Acclaimed for its technical work an"d scope , SCARLET STREET ................ 1945
~
growing British film industry, SECRET goes many dangers until he learns the
secret of the 'Thirty-Nine Steps' in a British 'MetropoJis' is considered to be one of the Edward G. Robinson, Joan Bennett, Dan
AGENT is excellent entertainment as well most ambitious, and expensive German Duryea, Margaret Lindsay. Directed by
as an opportunity to see a differ ent side of Music Hall from a man with a more than
remarkable memory . One of the all-time productions made by the UFA studios. Fritz Lang. From one of the masters of the
t he spy game. 83 minutes. Over a year in pr oduction and using 36,000 cinema comes this compelling, darkly­
16mmB& WSound .. . . .. .. . ..... 5225.00 classic motion pictures, with Hitchcock
skillfully conveying the hunted feelings of players during that time, 'Metropolis' has shadowed drama adapted from the French
Super 8 B & W Sound ..... . ....... $129.98 become one of the definitive science-fiction play, "La Chienne" (filmed in 1931 by Jean
the hero. 81 minutes.
16mmB& W Sound ............. . 5189.00 films with its incredible city of the future, Renoir) . Edward G. Robinson abandons his
YOUNG AND INNOCENT .......... 1937 excellent special effects and underlying usual tough-guy image of the period to
Derrick De Marney, Nova Pilbeam, Percy story of love against a background of social portray Christopher Cross, a middle-aged
Marmont. Hitchcock involves average THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH .1934
Leslie Banks, Edna Best, Peter Lorre, conflict. 95 minutes. clothing store cashier whose life is tragi­
people in a most un-average situation in this 16 mm B & W Sound ........ . ..... $250.00 cally changed when he becomes involved
vintage suspenser. A young man is accused Frank Vosper. Directed by Alfred Hitch­
16 mm B & W Silent .............. 5200.00 with Kitty March, a predatory, manipula­
of murder and is forced to flee from the cock. Most film audiences are familiar with
the 50s suspenser featuring Doris Day and Super 8 mm B & W Sound .......... 599.00 ting woman. Ordinary, mild-mannered,
police, helped by a girl, who happens to be a
James Stewart. But now, the rarely-seen Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... 570.00 derided by his wife, Cross is easy prey for
police officer's daughter. From then on, it's
original is presented. A British family, on Kitty and her ruthless boyfriend who soon
a manhunt with the couple looking for the
unknown killer-with the only person able holiday in Switzerland, are told by a dying SPIONE [SPIES] ......... . ......... 1928
get him to embezzle money from his
to identify him being an old tramp. Lots of secret agent of a plot to assinate a diplomat Gera Maurus, Willy Fritsch, Rudolf Klein­ empl~ers and sell the paintings that have
the Hitchcock touches with one of his most in London. To ensure the family's silence, Rogge, Lupu Pick, Lein Deyers. Directed been his only comfort. . . paintings that
unusual, yet thoroughly stylistic endings the assissins, a band of spies, kidnap the and pruduced by Fritz Lang. Rudolf Cross has painted himself. When he
and solutions. Hitchcock freely says, in the couple's little girl. From then on, it's a tale Klein-Rogge (the super-scientist of ME­ discovers how Kitty and her lover have
excellent book by Francois Truffaut, that of pursuit against time as the couple seeks TROPOLIS and the master-criminal Dr. been using him, the worm turns and even
he substitued the language of the camera to rescue their child and prevent the Mabuse) was cast once again as the central the quiet, milquetoast Cross finds himself
for dialogue. Realeased in America as 'A assassination, a classic sequence set in heavy, this time as Haghi, mysterious capable of a brutal act of murder. Events
Girl Was Young'. 80 minutes. Albert Hall. This picture also marks the leader of a gang of spies who masked his take an unexpected turn and the film's
16 mm B & W Sound . . ....... . .... $195.00 first British film of Peter Lorre, cast as the activities under the guise of the managing ending is one of those neat twists that goes
Super8mmB& W Sound .. .. . .... 5119.98 leader of the assassins. A classic suspense director of an international banking con­ against the usual formula for such a story.
film. 84 minutes. This engrossing drama was the subject of
cern. In this identity and his second guise of
SABOTAGE ............ ........... 1936 16mmB& WSound .. . .. . ........ 5199.98 controversy, mainly due to the eventual
Nemo, a music-hall clown (a character
Oscar Homolka, Sylvia Sidney, John Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... 5119.98 fate of Robinson's character. Whatever the
modelled after a German clown named
full reason behind the furor, SCARLET
Loder. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. One Grock, considered to be one of the all-time STREET remains one of those interesting
of Hitchcock's favorite themes, people THE LADY VANISHES ......... .. . 1938 great clowns), Haghi carried out various yet moody dramas at which Lang excells.
involved in some incredible or suspenseful Michael Redgrave, Paul Lukas, Margaret espionage assignments. A British agent,
103 minutes.
situation beyond their control serves as the Lockwood. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Donald Tremaine (a.k.a. Agent 326) is sent 16 mm B & W Sound ........ : ..... $199.00

basis for this film. Holmolka portrays The master of suspense and intrigue to end the theft of diplomatic papers. He
Verloc, who sabotage activities are disguis­ weaves one of the classic tales in what has becomes the target for one of Haghi's 'M' [German with English Subtitles] ... 1931
ed by his occupation as a film theater been called the 'Hitchcock tradition.' operatives, Sonia. But the woman falls in Peter Lorre, OttoWernike. Directed by
manager. When a bomb he has made kills Combining the idea of an individual who love with Tremaine and the complicat ions of Fritz Lang. Lang's first talking picture,
his wife's young brother, Verloc finds his finds himself trying to unravel a mystery, plot and counter-plot are woven in deadly based on the case of Peter Kurten, a
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builds neatly into the attack it self, and in a
suspenseful gun duel anti-climax. The
Indian chase remains as one of filmdom's
·••

tiALt= Vl2I~
most exciting examples of such conflicts. To
th is, much of the credit goes to the king :
stuntman, Yakima Canutt, who gave his all :
in the planning and executing the multitude :
of daredevil feats, and to the stunt men, :
including John Eckert and J ack Mohr, who
were seen taki~g some of the most
i•
spectacular runnmg W horse-falls ever :
filmed. Wayne, himself, rode the lead horse :
of a 6-up team and pulled in the reins that :
perviously dragged under the coach, while :
Canutt ·performed his famous wagon-drag :
stunt which still draws audience reaction to
this day. Technical credits must also be
given to Dudley Nichols fast moving

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screenplay, Bert Glennon's sharp photo­
graphy, Alexander Toluboff and Wilard
Innen's period settings, Otho Lovering's
editorial supervision, and far from least, ··
..

the stirring music of Richard Hageman,


Frank Harling, and Louis Gruenberg. All in
all, Ford utilized ingredients that Were to
··
become his trademark: the vivid imagery;
STAGECOACH ..... ... .. . . .. . .. . .. 1939 important; Monument Valley, with 80 the sweeping action; the robust humor; the
Director J ohn For d t ook a handful of studio t echnicians, 300 Apache and Navajo sentimental drama; the minutely authentic
colorful characters, chucked t hem int o a Indians, a t roop of cavalry, and principals of details, etc., in attempting to accurately
dusy stagecoach, placed it against beautiful t he cast, Ford unfolded Er nest Haycox's recreate the mood and feeling of the Old
scenic vistas, and added t he necessary stor y of the varied passengers, traveling by West, served to give "Stagecoach" and t he
howling Apaches, hard riding cavalry, and stage, under the t hreat of attack by future Ford-Wayne westerns a reputation
pioneer folk . .He shook t he ingredients Geronimo's warriors. The passengers, each seldom achieved but much admired by their
thoroughly together and poured out a excellently cast, compased some of the contemporaries. 95 minutes.
classic mixture which was eagerly consum­ many different types of 'that inhabited in Super 8 DUD B & W Sound .. . . ... . . $169.00
ed by the critics and public alike . Old West : George Bancroft as the sherrif,
• . "Stagecoach" rolled into motion picture Andy Devine as the stagecoach driver, HORROR EXPRESS ..... . . . . . . .. .. 1972 I MARRIED A WITCH
• history as one of the greatest westerns Claire Trevor as t he prostitut e, Louise Plat Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Telly Frederic March, Veronica Lake, Cecil
made, and its star, John Wayne, finally as the high born lady, Thomas Mitchell as Savalas, Silvia Tortosa, Directed by Thor ne Smith's fantasy classic serves
emerged as a grade A hero, combining a the has been doctor, Donald Meek as t he Eugenio Martin. Terror stalks the Trans­ bewitching sorceress come back from the
fine nat ural performance with strenuous whiskey salesman, J ohn Carradine as the Siberian Express at the beginning of the on a descendant of the man who
physical heroics. The acclaim of "St age­ gambler , and of cours~, John Wayne as the 20th Century when an anthropologist governor. It's love at its weirdest with
coach" is not wit hout merit. Utilizing ·Ringo Kid, cowboy. Their indivudial reac­ discovers a fossil that may be that of the
location sites in Kernville, Dry L.ake, tions to the Indian menace and to each 'missing link.' The scientist (Christopher : Reg. Price . . . . . . .... $150.00
Fremont Pass, VictorviUe , Mesa, and most other m.ake up the core of the story, which Lee) has the fossil put about the express's : Offer expires October 31, 1976.

a nightmare that is definitely not on the ·


baggage car and thereby sets the stage for •....•. .. •. ....... ........ ..................•...

passengers' itinerary. The fossil comes to THE JUNGLE BOOK [Color ] ........ 1942
life, committing a series of killings in which Sabu, Joseph Calleia, Rosemary DeCamp.
t he eyes of its victims are like those of a Directed by Zoltan Korda. The Kipling
boiled fish and the brains wiped clean of the classic of all times; the story of Mowgli, the
characteristic wrinkles. With the help of a boy reared by wolves and adopted by the
MOOn.11.o.,.fY1I,.o. 10............._
~l..;: £"'1 ... ... _\ ....... ,.. .........: ...._ ..:-....

Director J ohn Ford took a handful of studio technicians. 300 Apache and Navajo sentimental drama;

colorful characters. chucked them into a Indians. a troop of cavalry. and principals of details. etc.. in
attempting to accurately
dusy stagecoach. placed it against beautiful the cast. Ford unfolded Ernest Haycox's recreate the mood and feeling of the Old
scenic vist as. and added the necessary story of the varied passengers. traveling by West. served to give "Stagecoach" and the
howling Apaches. hard riding cavalry . and stage. under the threat of attack by future Ford-Wayne westerns a
reputation
pioneer folk. He shook the ingredients Geronimo's warriors. The passengers. each seldom achieved but much admired by their
thoroughly t ogether and poured out a excellently cast. compased some of the contemporaries. 95 minutes.

classic mixture which was eagerly consum­ many different types of 'that inhabited in Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... $169.00

ed by the critics and public alike . Old West: George Bancroft as the sherriff
. "Stagecoach" rolled into motion picture Andy Devine as t he stagecoach driver. HORROR EXPRESS . .... . ... . . .. . .1972
I MARRIED A WITCH .... . . , . .. . . . . .
~ history as one of t he greatest westerns Claire Trevor as the prostit ute, Louise Plat Christopher Lee. Peter Cushing. Telly
: Frederic March. Veronica Lake. Cecil F
made. and its st ar. John Wayne. finally as the high born lady , Thomas Mitchell as Savalas, Silvia Tortosa, Directed by
: Thorne Smith's fant a sy classic serves a
emerged as a grade A hero. combining a the has been doctor. Donald Meek as the Eugenio Martin. Terror stalks the Trans­
bewitching sorceress come back from the d
fine natural performance with strenuous whiskey salesman. J ohn Carradine as the Siberian Express at the beginning of t he
: on a descendant of the man who spurn
physical heroics. The acclaim of "Stage­ gambler. and of course. John Wayne as the 20th Cent ury when an anthropologist
• governor . It's love at its weirdest with lot;;
coach" is not without merit. Utilizing 'Ringo Kid. cowboy. Their indivudial reac­ discovers a fossil that may be that of the
location sites in Kernville. Dry Lake. tions t o the Indian menace and t o each 'missing link.' The scientist (Christopher ·: Offer
Reg. Price .... . . . . . . $150.00 s
··•............. .... ...............................
Fremont Pass, Victorville. Mesa, and most other make up the core of the story. which Lee) has the fossil put about the express's expires October 31, 1976. ~
baggage car and t hereby sets the st age for
a nightmare that is definitely not on the
passengers' itinerary. The fossil comes to THE JUNGLE BOOK (Color] .. . . . . . .1942

life. committing a series of killings in which Sabu. Joseph Calleia, Rosemary DeCamp.

the eyes of its victims are like those of a Directed by Zolt an Korda. The Kipling

boiled fish and the brains wiped clean of the classic of all t imes; the story of Mowgli. the

characteristic wrinkles. With the help of a boy reared by wolves and adopted by the

colleague (Peter Cushing). the scientist beasts of the jungle-except Shere Khan.

discovers that the fossil is not the real the tiger, his deadly enemy. Filmed in

menance; it is simply being controlled by an breathtaking color. 'The J ungle Book'

alien intelligence trapped upon our world remains unsurpassed for it s fantasy . adven­

since before the earliest days of mankind. ture and drama as Mowglt comes in cont act

As Lee and Cushing uncover the truth of with other men for the first t ime. The whole

the alien menance. terror sweeps over the panorama of the jungle. the romance of

Trans-Siberian Express. the dead walk and mystic India and t he story that has become

the express falls under the alien's control as a classic comes to life in a true film classic.

events roll to Ii thrill-a-minute climax. Made U5 minutes..

in Spain, this out-of-the-ordinary blend of 16 mm Color Sound ......... . ..... 5475.00

terror and a dash of science-fiction features Super 8 Color Sound .............. $249:98

a guest appearance by Telly Savalas as a


flamboyant. scene-chewing Cossack officer TRADE WINDS ........... . ....... 1938

who steals every moment he is on the Fredric March. J oan Bennett. Ralph

screeri. HORROR EXPRESS RECEIVED Bellamy. Thomas Mitchell. A light comedy

SPEciAL NOTICE AT THE1972 Sitges mystery in which a debonair detective,

Fantastic Film Festival for its original Fredric March. pursues murder-suspect.

screenplay. 95 minutes. John Bennett. By the end of the around the

Halloween Special world chase, they fall in love and solve the

Super 8 mm Color Sound Reg. Price $249.98 mystery. Directed by Tay Garnett. this

Special till October 31, 1976 ....... $199.98 highly entertaining film is a nice example of

what a movie audience of the late thirties

BLOCKADE ...... . . . .............. 1938 flocked to the theaters to see. 98 minutes.

Madeleine Carroll. Henry Fonda. Leo Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... $169.00

Carrillo. A story of human drama .set in the


Spanish Revolution of 1935. In the middle of INDISCREET ....... . .......... . .. 1958

the terror and violence of a war-torn Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman in the

country. a Nationlist lieutenant finds moving romance filmed by Stanly Donen in

himself in love with a beautiful rebel spy. 84 London. Two stars are at the height of their

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minutes. powers. 100 minutes.

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suspenseful gun duel anti-climax. The · DISORDER IN THE COl
The judicial system is se
Indian chase remains as one of filmdom's ~ tiALr= VI2IC~ JAL~ by the Stooges. Until n
most exciting examples of such conflicts. To
t his, much of the credit goes to the king ··• film t hat have been ci
distributors have beer
stuntman, Yakima Canutt, who gave his all
in the planning and executing the multitude
·•
·· pleased to announce the
pre-print material and tl
of daredevil feats, and to the stuntmen,
including John Eckert and Jack Mohr, who
were seen taking some of , the most
·t• are very pleasing indeed
16 mm B & W Sound . . ..
Super 8 mm B & W Soun~
spectacular running W horse-falls ever
filmed. Wayne, himself, rode the lead horse :•• STANDIN .......... . .
of a 6-up team and pulled in the reins that •• Humphrey Bogart, Les'
perviously dragged under the coach, while
Canutt 'performed his famous wagon-drag
··•• Blondell. Bogart fans wi]
covering this fast-pace(
··
stunt which still draws audience reaction to
this day. Technical credits must also be
given to Dudley Nichols fast moving
screenplay, Bert Glennon's sharp photo­
graphy, Alexander Toluboff and Wilard
Innen's period settings, Otho Lovering's
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(Bogey) and a ravishing
(Joan Blondell) come
befuddled financial exper
who is trying to save a
bankruptcy. Glamorous
editorial supervision, and far from least,
the stirring music of Richard Hageman, ·· nical directors end with
as this motley trio
Frank Harling, and Louis Gruenberg. All in
all, Ford utilized ingredients that Were to
become his trademark: the vivid imagery;
· Pictures. 95 minutes .
Super 8 mm B & W Sound

mt; Monument Valley, with 80


technicians, 300 Apache and Navajo
the sweeping action; the robust humor; the
sentimental drama; the minutely authentic ··• THE FEARLESS FIGHT
Chang Ching, Yee Yu
i, a troop of cavalry, and principals of
!t, Ford unfolded Ernest Haycox's
details, etc., in attempting to accurately
recreate the mood and feeling of the Old ·· Directed by Wu Min-Hs
the martial arts/kung-fl
present the wildest, I
f the varied passengers, traveling by West, served to give "Stagecoach" and the
under the t hreat of attack by future Ford-Wayne westerns a reputation unbelievable one of t
IDO'S warriors. The passengers, each seldom achieved but much admired by their 'kung-screwy', so to spe~
ntly cast, compased some of the ' contemporaries. 95 minutes.
cliche developed for Ch
:lifferent types of --that inhabited in Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. . ...... $169.00
get s an inning here.
est: George Bancroft as the sherrif, larger-than-life heroes, 1
Devine as the stagecoach driver, HORROR EXPRESS ....... . . . . .... 1972 I MARRIED A WITCH .... .... ....................... . ........... 1942 women , displaying amaziJ
l'revor as the prostit ute, Louise Plat Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Telly : Frederic March, Veronica Lake, Cecil Kellaway. Directed by Rene Clair. skill and swordsmansl
high born lady, Thomas Mitchell as Savalas, Silvia Tortosa, Directed by : Thorne Smith's fantasy classic serves as the basis for this comedy of a 'Light ning Whipper', an
s been doctor, Donald Meek as the Eugenio Martin. Terror stalks the Trans­ bewitching sorceress come back from the days of old Salem who sets her sights who wipes out a horde
y salesman, John Carradine as the Siberian Express at the beginning of the • on a descendant of the man who spurned her love, now a candidate for they get him! Then yc
'r , and of course, John Wayne as the 20th Century .when an anthropologist • governor. It's love at its weirdest with lots of laughs. 75 minutes. incredible array of martii
Kid, cowboy. Their indivudial reac­ discovers a fossil that may be that of t he ever did t heir respectiv
o the Indian menace and to each 'missing link.' The scientist (Christopher Reg. Price ........ . . $150.00 Special Price . . .... . $ 75.00 assassin who used solar
!lake up the core of the story, which Lee) has the fossil put about the express's deat h rays of light; see 1
baggage car and thereby sets the stage for
a nightmare that is definitely not on the
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Offer expires October 31, 1976. With the purchase of any other feature . :
pair of cut-throats whc
nerve-ends; there's t h
passengers' itinerary. The fossil comes to THE LONG VOYAGE HOME . . . .... . 1940
whose claw-like gauntlet
THE JUNGLE BOOK [Color) .... . . .. 1942
life, committing a series of killings in which John Wayne, Thomas Mitchell, Barry cut-up; last, but not Ie
Sabu, Joseph Calleia, Rosemary DeCamp.
t he eyes of its victims are like those of a Killer, a 'one-man arl
Directed by Zoltan Korda. The Kipling Fitzgerald, Ward Bond. Directed by John
boiled fish and the brains wiped clean of the becomes more than on
classic,of all times; the story of Mowgli, the Ford. One of the most famous films by one
characteristic wrinkles. With the help of a split-personality kid! KI
,.nll~~cnl~ (P.::.t.::.'r t:llQ.'hincr) tho C.....-iO..,..1C+ boy reared by wolves and ad<pted ~~. the of the. great directors, a complete change liO'htnlnO' C:UTn.,.~nl~v ~hnl
me crean goes-to tne Kmg
na Canutt, who gave his all

: ··· distributors have bee]
pleased to announce thE!

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md executing the multitude : pre-print material and
ats, and to the stuntmen, : are very pleasing indeed
~ckert and Jack Mohr, who t 16 mmB & W Sound . . .
nog some of· the most : Super 8 mm B & W SOunl
ming W horse-falls ever :
himself, rode the lead horse i STAND IN . .. .. . . ... .
and pulled in the reins that Humphrey Bogart, Le,
~ed under the coach, while Blondell. Bogart fans wi
ed his famous wagon-drag covering this fast-pace!
draws audience reaction to wood's Golden Era. Ani
lical credits must also be (Bogey) and a ravishin.
ley Nichols fast moving (Joan Blondell) come
1; Glennon's sharp photo­ befuddled financial expe
lder Toluboff and Wilard who is trying to save
settings, Otho Lovering's bankruptcy. Glamorous
'ision, and far from least,
Isic of Richard Hageman,
md Louis Gruenberg. All in
···•• nical directors end with
as this motley trio
Pictures. 95 minutes.
d ingredients that Were to Super 8 mID B & W Soun
lemark: the vivid imagery;
tion; the robust humor; the THE F EARLESS FIGH'
rna; the minutely authentic Chang Ching, Yee Yo
I attempting to accurately Directed by Wu Min-H
lOd and feeling of the Old the martial arts/kung-'
I give "Stagecoach" and the
yne westerns a reputation ·· present the wildest,
unbelievable one of
I but much admired by their
95 minutes.
·••• 'kung-screwy', so to spe
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gets an inning here.
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W Sound ......... $169.00

. .
larger-than-life heroes,
tESS ............... 1972 I MARRIED A WITCH ........ ..... ....... .. . . ................... 1942 women , displaying amaz
~e, Peter Cushing, Telly Frederic March, Veronica Lake, Cecil Kellaway. Direct ed by Rene Clair. : skill and swordsmans
~ Tortosa, Directed by Thorne Smith's fantasy classic serves as the basis for this comedy of a : 'Lightning Whipper', a1
. Terror stalks the Trans­ bewitching sorceress come back from the days of old Salem who sets her sights : who wipes out a hord~
!s at the beginning of the • on a descendant of the man who spurned h er love, now a candidate for : they get him! Then y~
when an anthropologist incredible ar ray of marU
: governor. It's love at its weirdest with lots of laughs. 75 minutes. : ever did t heir respectH
iiI that may be that of t he
The scientist (Christopher ~ Re g. P rice .. ........ $150.00 Special Price ....... $ 75.00 . assassin who used solar
death rays of light; see '
!sil put about the express's
I thereby sets the stage for
at is definitely not on the
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: Offer expires October 31, 1976. With the purchase of a ny other feature. :
pair of cut-throats wh(
nerve -~nds ; there's th
erary. The fossil comes to whose claw-like gauntlet
THE JUNGLE BOOK [Color1.... .. .. 1942 THE LONG VOYAGE HOME ... .. . . . 1940

cut-up; last,. but not IE


a series of killings in which

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Sabu, Joseph Calleia, Rosemary DeCamp. J ohn Wayne, Thomas Mitchell, Barry
victims are like those of a Killer, a one-man ar]
Directed by Zoltan Korda. The Kipling Fitzgerald, Ward Bond. Directed by John
e brains wiped clean of the becomes more t han or
classic, of all times; the st ory of Mowgli, the Ford. One of the most famous films by one
inkles. With the help of a split-personality kid! K
boy reared by wolves and adopted by the of the great directors, a complete change
Cushing), the scientist lightning swordplay abo
beasts of the jungle-except Shere Khan, from the outdoor act ion adventures associat­ set out to recover the ch
the fossil is not the real the tiger, his deadly enemy. Filmed in ed with Ford. A character st udy of the men
Fply being controlled by an from the former family fl
breathtaking color, 'The Jungle Book' who live by the sea. In the words of film
e trapped upon our world cheif. You may think tl
remains unsurpassed for its fantasy, adven­ critic Bosley Crowther, 'the feeling of t he
earliest days of mankind. described are too much
ture and drama as Mowgli. comes in contact sea outside, without being often observed,
ihing uncover the truth of with other men for the first time. The whole fearless foursome are t
is as penetrating as the dark of night.. .it is
e, terror sweeps over the who do the impossible! '
panorama of the jungle, the romance of utterly free of all emotional sham and mock who looks like t he Flyi
xpress, the dead walk and mystic India and the story that has become heroics.' Screenplay by Dudley Nichols,
under the alien's control as across tall lakes at a
a classic comes to life in a true film classic. adapted from the sea-plays of Eugene warrior who literally COlI
rill-a-minute climax. Made 115 minutes.. O'Neil. Awards: Thomas Mitchell - Best
t-of-the-ordinary blend of Actor (National Board of Review); one of
battle! Heroes and v
16 mm Color Sound ..... . ..... . . .. $475.00
b of science-fiction features nothing of leaping up a
Super 8 Color Sound ........... .. . $249:98 the Ten Best Films of 1940 (NBR). 105

ce by Telly Savalas as a All the elements that


minutes .
e-chewing Cossack officer TRADE WINDS ................... 1938
Chinese martial arts mo
Super 8 mID B & W Sound ... . .. . .. $169.00
,y moment he is on the Fredric March, Joan Bennett, Ralph of our times abound, mil
R EXPRESS RECEIVED Bellamy, Thomas Mitchell. A light comedy mythology that will ena
.CE AT THE1972 Sitges mystery in which a debonair detective, kung-fu buff to get into'
Festival for its original Fredric March, pursues murder-suspect, HISTORY IS MADE AT NIGHT ..... 1937 at the drop of a karat
. utes. John Bennett. By the end of the around the Director: Frank Borzage; Cast: Charles lavish action is your g
world chase, they fall in love and solve the Boyer, Jean Arthur, Colin Clive, Leo LESS FIGHTERS is
Sound Reg. Price $249.98 mystery. Directed by Tay Garnett, this Carillo. Colin Clive plays one of the most minutes.
<ral,1976 . . ..... $199.98 highly entertaining film is a nice example of despicable and insanely jealous husbands in Super 8 mm Color Sound
what a movie audience of the late t hirties moviedom. His wife, Jean Arthur, falls in
................... . 1938
flocked to the theaters to see. 98 minutes . love with romantic head-waiter, Charles JUDGE PRIEST '..... .
~oll, Henry Fonda, Leo Super 8 mID B & W Sound ... . ..... $169.00 Boyer. The fiendish shipping magnate Will Rogers, Stepin Fe
of human drama set in the husband murders a man and plants the John Ford, this film fo
.on of 1935. In the middle of INDISCREET ..... . . . ............. 1958 evidence on Boyer. Object: Blackmail. This was based on a comi
violence of a war-torn Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman in the wonderful romantic suspense drama travels Incredibly rare, we are
.tionlist lieutenant finds moving romance filmed by Stanly Donen in from Paris t o New York and ends up on an the only sound featur
'th a beautiful rebel spy. 84 London. Two stars are at the height of t heir ocean liner which crashes into an iceberg in available to the home ]
powers. 100 minutes. the Northern Atlantic. 97 minutes . . minutes.
Sound ........ . $169.00
Super 8 mID Color Sound . .... ... . .-$299.00 Super 8 mID B & W Sound .. .. . ... . $169.00 Super 8 mID B & W Soun­
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The judicial system is set back t hirty years
C~ l'AL~ ·· by the Stooges. Until now, prints of t his
·· film that have been circulated by other
distributors have been poor. We are

··•
pleased to announce t he discovery of lovely
pre-print material and the result ing prints
are very pleasing indeed. 20 minutes.
16 mm B & W Sound . . .. . .. ... ..... 549.00
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STAND IN .... .. .......... . .. . .... 1937
Humphrey Bogart, Leslie Howard, Joan
Blondell. Bogart fans will delight in redis­

··•
covering this fast-paced spoof of Holly­
wood's Golden Era. An alcoholic producer
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(Bogey) and a ravishing former child star
(Joan Blondell) come to the aid of a

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befuddled financial expert (Leslie Howard),
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o who is trying to save a movie studio from
bankruptcy. Glamorous stars and tyran­
·• o
nical directors end with pie on their faces,
·

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as this motley trio revamp Colossal
Pictures. 95 minutes.
Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... $169.00

·••o THE FEARLESS FIGHTERS ....... 1973


Chang Ching, Yee Yuang, Cheh Leih.
• Directed by Wu Min-Hsiung. You've seen
the martial arts/kung-fu films! Now, we
present the wildest, most improbable,
unbelievable one of them all.. .a real
'kung-screwy', so to speak. Every possible
cliche developed for Chinese action films
gets an inning here. You have four
; larger-than-life heroes, two men and two
• •.................. . ......• 1942 : women, displaying amazing feat s of kung-fu
~ellaway. Directed by Rene Clair. skill and swordsmanship . There's the
'Lightning Whipper' , an 80 year old man ···

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lS the basis for this comedy of a


ys of old Salem who sets her sights who wipes out a horde of bandits before o
t hey get him! Then you have the most
led h er love, now a candidate for incredible array of martial arts villains that
S oflaughs. 75 minutes.
ever did their respective things; see the
Ipecial Price ....... $ 75.00 assassin who used solar mirrors to create
ith the purchase of a ny other feature . death rays of light; see the Soul Pickers, a
.......... ...•.... .. ......... ..... .... .... ·
pair of cut-throats who'll pluck at your
nerve-ends; there's the Devil Ripper,
THE LONG VOYAGE HOME ........ 1940 whose claw-like gauntlets make him a real
John Wayne, Thomas Mitchell, Barry c~t-up; last, but not least, we h~ve the
Fitzgerald, Ward Bond. Directed by John Killer, a one-man army who hterally
Ford. One of the most famous films by one be~omes mo~e th~n, one person.:.a real
. oLthe. great directors, a complete change ~'pht-~ersonahty kid. Kung-fu actiOn and
_,.II'Y..'b...._ t:'I .1 .n ..0I!~..Q.:uT.£\:I!d.nlg.u..Ahol'Ln_
d . ~ S,...OlJ r h p.roes
; ullang uIlIIlg. 1. ee 1. uang, unen Llelii.
Directed by Wu Min-Hsiung. You've seen
··••• the martial arts/kung-fu films! Now, we
present the wildest, most improbable.
•• unbelievable one of them all.. .a real
··•• 'kung-screwy', so to speak. Every possible
cliche developed for Chinese action films
gets an inning here. You have four
j larger-than-life heroes , two men and two
• women, displaying amazing feats of kung-fu
. Directed by Rene Clair. skill and swordsmanship. There's the
the b asis for this comedy of a 'Lightning Whipper', an 80 year old man
of old Salem who sets her sights who wipes out a hor de of bandits before
her love, now a candidate for t hey get him! T hen you have the m ost
incredible array of martial arts villains that
of lau ghs. 75 m inute s. ever did t heir respective things ; see the
al Price ... . ... $ 75.00 assassin who used solar mirrors to create
the purchase of any other feature. death rays of light; see the Soul Pickers, a
·
.... .••• •. ••••• .•• •. ... ..•...••...••••... pair of cut-t hroats who'll pluck at your
nerve-ends ; there's the Devil Ripper.
whose claw-like gauntlets make him a real
THE LONG VOYAGE HOME . . . . . .. .1940
cut-up; last, but not least, we have the
John Wayne , Thomas Mitchell, Barry
Killer, a one-man army who literally
Fitzgerald, Ward Bond. Directed by John
becomes more than one person...a real
Ford. One of t he most famous films by one
split-personality kid! Kung-fu action and
of the great direct ors, a complete change
lightning swordplay abound as our heroes
from the outdoor action adventures associat­ set out to recover the chest of imperial gold
ed with Ford. A character study of the men
from the former family friend turned bandit
who live by the sea. In the words of film
cheif. You may think the various heavies
critic Bosley Crowther, 'the feeling of the
described are too much for them. But our
sea outside, without being often observed,
fearless foursome are the kind of heroes
is as penetrating as the dark of night.. .it is
utt erly free of all emotional sham and mock who do the impossible! You have a heroine
who looks like the Flying Nun and leaps
heroics.' Screenplay by Dudley Nichols,
across tall lakes at a single bound! A
adapted from the sea-plays of Eugene
warrior who literally comes apart in pitched
O'Neil. Awards: Thomas Mitchell - Best battle! Heroes and villians who think
Actor (National Board of Review); one of
nothing of leaping up a hundred-foot cliff!
the Ten Best Films of 1940 (NBR) . 105
minutes. All the elements that · have made the
Chinese martial arts movies a phenomenon
Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... $169.00
of our times abound, mixed with an aura of
mythology t hat will enable the most jaded THE LONG VOYAGE HOME ........ 1940 who do. For all involved, t he sea becomes a
kung-fu buff to get into the swing of things Director: John Ford; Adapted from four tireless oppressor-a drug that provides
HISTORY IS MADE AT NIGHT ..... 1937 at the drop of a karate chop. If stylish, one-act plays by Eugene O'Neill by Dudley only fleeting relief from the much mor e
Director: Frank Borzage; Cast: Charles lavish action is your game. then FEAR­ Nichols; Cast: John Wayne, Thomas Mit­ permanent effects of mental, physi.cal and
Boyer, Jean Arthur, Colin Clive, Leo LESS FIGHTERS is your thing! 83 chell. Ian Hunter, Barry Fitzgerald, Wilfrid moral decay. One man, a simple Swede.
Carillo. Colin Clive plays one of the most minutes. Lawson, Mildred Natwick, John Qualen. seeks to break away from the degenerative
despicable and insanely jealous husbands in Super 8 mm Color Sound ..... . .... $199.98 Carmen Morales, Ward Bond. Based on a monotony. Having saved his sailor's pay for
moviedom. His wife, Jean Arthur, falls in one-act play of the same name by America's two years. he hopes to return to the native
love with romantic head-waiter, Charles JUDGE PRIEST '................... 1935 foremost dramatist, Eugene O'Neill, "The Sweden to till the soil. But his dreams are
Boyer. The fiendish shipping magnate Will Rogers, Stepin Fetchit. Directed by Long Voyage Home" is a rarely seen classic brutally shattered by a vicious hnd of sea •
husband murders a man and plants the John Ford, this film for the entire family regarded by many, including the play­ scavengers who, by their enslavement to a !
evidence on Boyer. Object: Blackmail. This was based on a comic strip character. wright himself, as the best of the O'Neill life of decadence, enslave him. Dudley
wonderful romantic suspense drama travels Incredibly rare, we are pleased to release films. Under the excellent hand of director, Nichols fashioned a harsh and relentless •
from Paris to New York and ends up on an the only sound feature of Will Rogers John Ford, it traces the hopes, dreams and script, that, was both extremely cinematic :
ocean liner which crashes into an iceberg in available to the home movie collector. 90 disillusionments of those itinerant men and and tr.ue to O'Neill. :
the Northern Atlantic. 97 minutes. . minutes. women who make their living honestly from 109 IIDDutes. . :

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Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. .. . . . • . $169.00 Super8mmB & WSound ..... .. .. $149.98 the sea, or dishonestly by exploiting those Super 8 mm B & W Sound .•..... . .$169.00 •
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von Schlettow. Directed by Fritz Lang. The


Lana (c()nt.) SIEGFRIED .. . .. .. . . .. . . . . . .. .. .. . 1924
Paul Richter, Margarete Schon, Hanna
Ralph, Theodor Loos, Berhard Geotzke,
second part of Fritz Lang's epic version of
DIE NIBELUNGEN, beginning where
notorious child killer known as 'The Hans Adalbert von Schlettow. Dir ected by SIEGFRIED left off, finds Siegfried's
Vampire of Dusseldorf.' Lorre sprang to Fritz Lang. In 1923, following the success of beloved Kriemhild vowing revenge upon
international fame as the psychopathic, his "Dr. Mabuse", director Frit z Lang the one who killed the epic hero . When a
pathe Lic child murderer, haunted by the
plunged into an epic production of the monarch, King Et zel, requests her hand in
law and the underworld. Excellent visuals,
massive legend DIE NIBELUNGEN. One marriage, Kriemhild accepts t he proposal if
plus a taut script make this a suspense
year later, Lang had a cinematic version of only to leave the house of her family where
classic. 95 minutes.
the ancient myth that spanned two her cries for justice have been ignored.
16mmB & W Sound .... . . . ....... $250.00
feature-length parts , with SIEGFRIED When the king swears that "whoever dares
Dr:.. MABUSE DER qualifying as Part I. Possibly the most offend you shall die a thousand deaths,"
SPIELER . ... ...... . ..... Germany 1922 famous of the t wo segments, SIEGFRIED Kriemhild sees her opport unity to have her
Director: Fritz Lang; Scenario: Thea von recounts the story of the epic hero, pure of long-sought vengeance. . .a revenge t hat
Harbou, Fritz Lang; Based on the novel by heart, a man of virtue, whose own goodness comes to a bloody and grim realization in
SNorbert Jacques; Cinematographer: Carl helps to bring about his downfall in a time this dramatic conclusion to Lang's master­
Hoffman; Cast Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Alfred when beings of legend existed and t he piece of myth. Originally presented t he
Abel, Gertrude Welcker, Lil Dagover, Paul concept of magic powers and weapons was following evening after SIEGFRIED open­
Ritcher. Dr. Mabuse is perhaps the an everyday thing. Using magnificent sets, ed, "Kriemhild's Revenge" is as powerful as Metropolis
most evil villain in screen history . He has skillful editing and an expressive camera its predecessor, perhaps even more so, with before 'Testament' was released when the

none of t he redeeming virtues of his work, Lang's excellent epic pesents all the its theme of vengeance in which a virtuous, Nazi influence became stronger. An un­

colleagues: Drs. Caligari and Frankenstein. power and pageantry of the original possibly vulnerable heroine becomes a usual mystery adventure with some excel­

Mabuse is devoid of human feelings as he legends. One of the most famous moments, deadly angel of death, eventually destroy­ lent camera work. 90 minutes.

goes his diabolical way of corruption. When for fans of the fantastic, is Siegfried's battle ing all around her before meeting her own 16 mm B & W Sound .............. $195.00

he is finally driven into the sewers of Berlin with the dragon. The dragon itself was a fate. A true film classic from the 'Golden
by the militia like some rodent, we can feel huge creation limited to one location (it was Age' of German filmmaking during the DESTINY [Der Mude Tod] .......... 1921

no compassion or even sympathy for his run by ten men inside the body and silent era. 95 minutes. LilDagover, Walter Janssen, Bernhard

human monster and even rejoice at his twenty-two men in pits below). There are Super8mmB& W Sound ......... $115.98 Goetzke. Directed and Written by Fritz

eventual plunge into total madness. Mabuse moments of eerie elegance, such as the Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... 564.98 Lang. A classic fantasy from the days when

uses unusual disguises and hypnotism in sequence in the giant forest, filled with the German cinema was in its zenith. Using

order to foil his enemies. Mabuse is more twisted, misshapen trees amid swirling THE CRIMES OF DR. MABUSE [English excellent visual work and fine perfor­

political than Caligari, in that he relates mist. SIEGFRIED remains another ex­ Dubbed] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1933 mances, Lang spins a fantasy of love and

more directly to the social disorder in ample of the "Golden Age" of the German (Das Testament Des Dr. Mabuse) Directed death. A young woman is given the

postwar Germany. It is also more cynical: silent film that remains an impressive piece by Fritz Lang. Oscar Beregi, Otto Wer­ opportunity by a compassionate Death to

Mabuse is defeated by his equally unscrupu· of filmmaking. 100 minutes. nicke, Rudolf Klein-Rogge. A sequel to save her beloved three times. With this

lous enemy and goes mad. Super 8 mm B & W Sound .... . . .. . $119.98 Lang's silent classic, considered a lost mm framework, Lang presents three seperate

Part I Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... 564.98 until recently. Confined to an insane stories in Bagdad, Venice and China. 76

16 mm B & W Silent ... . ........ . . $275.00 asylum, master criminal Dr. Mabuse minutes.

Super 8 mm B & W Silent ....... .. . $97.50 KRIEMHILD'S REVENGE .......... 1924 influences new crimes as he writes out 16 mm B & W Silent .............. $200.00

Part II (Kreimhild's Rache) (Silent with English plans t hat make up a 'manual of crime and 16 mm B & W Sound ........... . .. $220.00

16 mm B & W Silent ........". . .... $220.00 subtitles and music track) Margarete destruction'- with t he same acts carried Super 8 mm B & W SHent ......... . $77.50

Super 8 mm B & W Silent ... . ...... $79.50 Schon , Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Hans Adalbert out by a ruthless gang. Lang fled Germany Super 8 _ B & W Souad .......... 199.00

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TIUS IS THE ARMY ...... . .. . ..... 1941 bands. Two of the greatest names in the

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eventual plunge into total madness. Mabuse moments of eerie elegance, such as t he L~~g-:-A'cl;;-;;ic-f;~tasy fr~;-the days when
Super 8 DUD B & W Silent . . . .. . .. .. $64.98
uses unusual disguises and hypnotism in sequence in the giant forest, filled with t he German cinema was in it s zenith. Using
order to foil his enemies. Mabuse is more twisted , misshapen trees amid swirling THE CRIMES OF DR. MABUSE [English excellent visual work and fine perfor­
political t han Caligari, in that he relates mist. SIEGFRIED remains another ex­ Dubbed] . ....... "................. 1933 mances, Lang spins a fantasy of love and
more directly to t he social disorder in ample of t he "Golden Age" of the German (Das Testament Des Dr . Mabuse) Directed death. A young woman is given the
postwar Germany . It is also more cynical: silent film that remains an impressive piece by Fritz Lang. Oscar Beregi, Otto Wer­ opportunity by a compassionate Death to
Mabuse is defeated by his equally unscrupu· of filmmaking. 100 minutes. nicke, Rudolf Klein-Rogge. A sequel to save her beloved t hree times. With this
lous enemy and goes mad. Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. . .. . .. . $119.98 Lang's silent classic, considered a lost film framework, Lang presents three seperate
Part I Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... $64.98 until recently. Confined to an insane stories in Bagdad, Venice and China. 76
16 mm B & W Silent .............. $275.00 asylum, master criminal Dr . Mabuse minutes.
Super 8 mm B & W Silent. '........ . $97.50 KRIEMHILD'S REVENGE .......... 1924 influences new crimes as he writes out 16 mm B & W Silent ...... ... ..... $200.00
Part II (Kreimhild's Rache) (Silent with English plans that make up a 'manual of crime and 16 mm B & W Sound . .... . ... . .... $220.00
16 mm B & W Silent ....... • . . ... . $220.00 subtitles and music track) Margare~e destruction' - with the same acts carried Super 8 mm. B & W Silent .......... $77.50
Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... $79.50 Schon , Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Hans Adalbert out by a ruthless gang. Lang fled Germany Super 8 mm. B " W Souad ......... . $99.00

.MUJICALJ

bands. Two of the greatest names in the TlUS IS THE ARMY ............... 1941
realm of popular music, starring Tommy Ronald Reagan, Kate Smith, Gene Nelson,
and Jimmy Dorsey as themselves. From George Murphy. This great wartime
their start in Shenadoah, Pa., FABULOUS musical features music by Irving Berlin.
DORSEYS follows the career of the Dorsey Produced for the war effort by Warner
brothers as they gradually climb up the Brothers. the film's most memorable
ladder of musical success, carrying on a sequence has Kate Smith singing "God
constant feud until they split up after Bless America." 120 minutes.
forming the Dorsey Brothers band. How 16 mm Color Sound ... ..... .. . . . . . $475.00
they go their seperate ways, each making a Super 8 mm Color Sound ..... . ... $199.00
success in t he world of t he 'big band' sound,
and eventually reconcile their differences
ROSELAND .. . .............. . ... . . 1929 makes up the basis for this enjoyable
Ruth Etting in a rare Vitaphone musical musical, featuring many of the great tunes
short. Includes "Happy When I Sing" and (such as "Green Eyes" and "Marie") the
"Dancing Wit h Tears." 15 minutes. Dorseys made famous, and appearances by
The Beatie., Magical Mystery Tour 16mm B & W Sound ...... . ........ 544.00 several famous names in the realm of
Super 8 mm B & W Sound . .. . .. . . .. $32.98 'swing'. Excellent for devotees of music or
THE MAGICAL MYSTERY BLUE OF THE NIGHT for those who simply enjoy a good,
TOUR [Color] .... . . . . . . . . . .. ' " . . 1966 Mack Sennett musical-comedy with Bing old-fashioned musical. 91 minutes.
The Beatles. The Beatles star in the famed Crosby and Franklin Pangborn. Bing sings FREE PEOPLE .... .. .... . ..... . . . . 1971
16 mm B & W Sound ..... ... .. . . . . $225.00
film version of their hit album, with all the the title song, "Auf Wiedersehn" and An outstanding Bi-centennial musical, com­ Super8mmB& WSound . . . . ..... $119.98
musical originality and excitement intact. others. 20 minutes. bining history and songs, performed by
With the framework of the bizarre 'Magical 16 mm B & W Sound ..... .. . . ..... . $47.50 Peter, Paul, and Mary. The New Christy MASKS AND MEMORIES ..... . .... 1934
Mystery' bus tour (a 'sightseeing tour' with Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... $32.98 Minstrals, and Gorden MacRae. A must for Lillian Roth and Queenie Smith. A rare
its own truly out-of-the-way possibilities), everyone. Breathtaking action scenes are musical featurette starring Lillian Roth
the many songs that have become part of included. whose life was the basis for the feature film
the incredible Beatles' mystique come to I SURRENDER DEAR [Vintage 1930's] ''I'll Cry Tomorrow." Loaded with songs
life. The Magical Mystery Tour is one of Bing Crosby, Arthur Stone, Luis Alberni. THE FABULOUS DORSEYS ........ 1947 and dances and ends with a giant Busby
those unusual 'experiments' in filmmaking Bing Crosby sings the title song to this Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey, Janet Berkeley type production number featuring
that has become a popular cult item for both near-to-slapstick comedy as he attempts to Blair, Paul Whiteman, William Lundigan, 30 beautiful blondes. Songs include "Sophis­
devout Beatlemaniacs or lovers of pop attain the hand in marriage of an already Arthur Shields; Guest Starring:Charlie ticated Lady," "Mardi-Gras" , ''I'm All
music alike. 60 minutes. engaged young lady. 20 minutes Barnet, Henry Busse, Ziggy Elman, Helen Alone" and others. 30 minutes.
16 mm Color Sound .... ..... .... . $279.00 16mmB & W Sound . .. ... . ........ $47.50 O'Connell, Bob Eberly, Art Tlltum, Ray 16 mmB& WSound .... .. . ... . . . .. $75.00
Super 8 mm Color Sound .. . . .. .... $129.98 Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... $32.98 Bauduc and t he Tommy and J immy Dorsey Super 8 DUD B & W Sound .. ....... . $45.00

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BUBBLING OVER ...... . .. .. .. .. .. 1935 film industry of the 30s that remains fresh when she captures the interest of Roland joins a musical trio which is doing fine unt.il

Ethel Waters sings and romps in a hit and entertaining today. 90 minutes. Young, an eccentric backer of theatrical sultry Juliet Prowse steps into the picture

musical two reeler. Includes the songs 16 mm B & W Sound ...... . . ..... . $220.00 musicals. Enjoyable musical fun, giving the and dances away with his heart. A Hal

"Harlem Express," "Taking your Time," viewer an idea of what was popular with the Wallis production. 104 minutes.

and "Darkies Never Cry." 20 minutes. EVERGREEN . .. . . . ...... . ........ 1935 average British audience during the 30s. 87 Super 8 Color, Sound . . . . . . . . .. ... $199.00

16 mm B& W Sound . .. . ...... . . ... $49.00 J essie Matthews, Sonnie Hale, Betty minutes.
Super 8 mm B & W Sound . .. .. .. . . . $32.98 Belfour, Barry Mackay. Directed by Victor 16 mm B & W Sound .. . .. .. .... .. . $210.00 FUN IN ACUPULCO .. . ....... ..... 1963

Saville. "At the risk of damning the MU6ic Elvis Presley, Ursula Andress, Elsa Car­

Hall's new photoplay with faint praise, it is o ... .. .............. .................. ..


denas, Paul Lukas. Elvis goes to Mexico for

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imperative to report at once that 'Ever­ o a colorful blend of romance, beautiful

green' is the most pleasurable musical ~LVII'


comedy yet offered us by t he ambitious ~ ...........................•.. ..........

scenery and plenty of songs. Nothing but

fu n from start to fi nish. A Hal Wallis

British screen industry." This was t he production. 98 minutes.

opening line of t he New York Times' review BLUE HA WAll .. . . ........ . . ... ... 1962 Super 8 Color Sound .. . . .... ... . .. $199.00

IT'S LOVE AGAIN .. . ... . . . . ..... .. 1936 of "Evergreen" when it premiered at the Elvis Presley, J oan Blackman, Angela
Jessie Matthews, Robert Young, Sonnie Radio City Music Hall. Garnering special Lansbury. This gr~at movie was filmed on PARADISE, HAWAIIAN STYLE .... 1966

Hale, Ernest Milton. Directed by Victor praise was the film's leading lady , Jessie location in Oahu and Kauai and includes Elvis Presley, Suzanna Liegh. Elvis Pres­

Saville. It is rarely that a 'lost' motion Matthews, whose singing and dancing scenes of some of t he top tourist attrac­ ley returns to Hawaii to get a job but finds

picture emerges as a t r uly entertaining ability, combined with an excellent score by tions. Among the 15 songs heard in the it easy to mix business with pleasure.

experience. Well, IT'S LOVE AGAIN is Rogers and Hart, caused the Times' "Hawaiian Wedding Song" which intro­ Everything you expect from Elvis-songs,

just that and more thanks to the dazzling reviewer to call her "the feminine counter­ duces the most beautiful scene-a tradi­ romance, and action. A Hal Wallis produc­

presence of J essie Matt hews, one of part of Fred Astaire." The daughter of a tional wedding ceremony held on a boat. A tion. 91 minutes.

Britain's most popular female musical-danc­ British music hall star who is in retirement Hal Wallis production. 101 minutes. Super 8 Color Sound . .. .. . ........ $199.00

ing stars of the 30s. Bringing her in South Mrica, Miss Matt hews journeys t o ' Super 8 Color Sound ..... .. .... . . 5199.00
considerable talents into play, the "Dancing England to make her own mark on the ROUSTABOUT ....... . ............ 1964

Divinit y" brings new life to that familiar st age. She is mistaken for her mother by a GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! ....... . .... . 1962 Elvis Presley, Barbara Stanwick. Elvis

character, the talented nobody looking for producer, who t hen proceeds to present her Elvis Presley, Stella Stevens. When Elvis Presley lives a freewheeling life, whether

the 'big break. Things begin to jump when to audiences as that woman ... along with the Presley finds himself the object of too much he's singing or motorcycling. Then joins a

her path crosses that of handsome society wild explanation that she has discovered affection, you know something is wrong. carnival, learns to buckle down and falls in

columnist Robert Young, who, in order to the secret of eternal youth. Various That's the problem in Girls! Girls! Girls! love. Carnival life provides the excitement

keep his job, has created a mythical society complications ensue, including and old lover Nothing gets iIi t he way of Elvis' singing, and Elvis provides the songs; its rousing

figure named "Mrs. Smythe-Smythe" a of her mot her's and a blackmailing father, except another girl or two. 98 minutes. entertainment. A Hal Wallis production.

truly larger-than-life lady who has done but, as always in t his genre, t here is the Super 8 Color Sound ..... . ........ $199.00 101 minutes.

everything from hunting tigers in India to traditional happy ending. Comedy, music, Super 8 mm Color Sound .......... $199.00

being the paramour of a Maharaja. Of dancing and excellent production values KING CREOLE .. .. . ..... . .. . .. . ... 1958
course, the delightful Miss Matthews make this 'an engrossing example of British Elvis Presley, Carolyn J ones, Dolores
decides to impersonate Young's creation cinema during the '30s. 90 minutes. Hart, Dean Jagger. Elvis Presley plays a
and soon joins forces with the columnist and 16 ~ B & W Sound ... . ..... . .... $220.00 boy from the wrong side of the t racks in
his pal, comedian Sonnie Hale. What Super 8 mm B & W Sound ........ . $129.98
New Orleans who fights his way to the top
happens afterwards sets the stage for as a singer and has to fight his way out of a
hilarious situations (including a society SAILING ALONG .......... . . . . . ... 1938 jam with gangsters. One of his best movie
party that t urns into a free:for-all shooting Jessie Mat thews, Roland Young, Jack roles. A Hal Wallis production.· U5
match with a chandelier as t he t arget), Whiting, Barry MacKay, Alastair Sim. minutes.
several excellent musical numbers and Directed by Sonnie Hale. From Britain Super 8 mm B & W Sound ... .. .... 5149.00
songs t hat may even have you humming. If comes t his light musical comedy featuring
you have never seen one of Jessie J essie Matthews, one of Britain's most G.I. BLUES .. . . ..... .. .. ...... .. . . 1960
Matthews' films, now is the time to start. popular performances for this type of film . Elvis Presley, James Douglas, Juliet
You'll be in for quite a pleasant susprise in As a girl who lives on a barge, Miss Prowse. Music's. charms win over t he
t his musical comedy from Britain's growin~ Matthews finds her life starting to change military as Elivs reports for duty. Elvis Blue Hawaii
ne-ulg-DreaK~rnmgs-DeglJF(;oJump-wnen to'auiliences as t!lat woman ...along witlltne-Presley fiiUls lflmselrttie oHJecton oo mucn-fie'ssinging~or motorcycHng. Tnen-Joms- a
her path crosses that of handsome society wild explanation that she has discovered affection, you know something is wrong. carnival, learns to buckle down and falls in
columnist Robert Young, who, in order to the secret of eternal youth. Various That's the problem in Girls! Girls! Girls! love. Carnival life provides the excitement
keep his job, has created a mythical society complications ensue, including and old lover Nothing gets iIi t he way of Elvis' singing, and Elvis provides the songs; its rousing
figure named "Mrs. Smythe-Smythe" a of her mother's and a blackmailing father, except another girl or t wo. 98 minutes. entertainment. A Hal Wallis production.
truly larger-than-life lady who has done but, as always in t his genre, there is the Super 8 Color Sound ........ ... . .. $199.00 101 minutes .
everything from hunting tigers in India to t raditional happy ending. Comedy, music, Super 8 DUD Color Sound . . .... . . .. ' 199.00
being t he paramour of a Maharaja. Of dancing and excellent production values KING CREOLE . .. . .. . . ... . . .. . .. . . 1958
course, t he delightful Miss Matthews make this an engrossing example of British Elvis Presley, Carolyn Jones, Dolores
decides to impersonate Young's creation cinema during the ·30s. 90 minutes. Hart, Dean Jagger. Elvis Presley plays a
and soon joins forces with the columnist and 16 mm B & W Sound .............. $220.00 boy from t he wrong side of t he tracks in
his pal, comedian Sonnie Hale. What Super 8 mm B & W Sound ........ .$129.98 New Orleans who fights his way to the top
happens afterwards sets the stage for as a singer and has to fight his way out of a
hilarious situations (inclu d ing a society SAILING ALONG .............. . ... 1938 jam with gangsters. One of his best movie
party t hat turns into a free-for -all shooting Jessie Matthews, Roland Young, Jack roles. A Hal Wallis production. · 115
match with a chandelier as the target), Whiting, Barry MacKay, Alastair Sim. minutes.
several excellent musical numbers and Directed by Sonnie Hale. From Britain Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... '149.00
songs that may even have you humming. If comes t his light musical comedy featuring
you have never seen one of J essie Jessie Matthews, one of Britain's most G.I. BLUES . . ..... . .. . .. . .. . ..... . 1960
Matthews' films, now is the t ime to start. popular performances for t his type of film. Elvis Presley, J ames Douglas, Juliet
You'll be in for quite a pleasant susprise in As a girl who lives on a barge, Miss Prowse. Music's. charms win over the
this musical comedy from Britain's growin~ Matthews finds her life starting to change military as Elivs reports for duty. Elvis Blue Hawaii

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LEAVES FROM SATAN'S BOOK [Blade sermon of the evils of alcohol with brilliant foundation stones of t he neo-realist move­
Af Satan's Bog] ............. '.. . .. . .. 1919
Director: Carl Dreyer; Based on the novel
"Satan's Sorger" by Marie Corelli; Helge
use of double exposure and flashback within
flashback to give chilling effect s. According
to legend, the coachman of death must be
ment in filmmaking. OPEN CITY was
filmed under the most hazardous of all
conditions; it was an anti-Nazi picture
L-l2ui~IA~ .J

Nissen. In this film we see the replaced by the last man to die on filmed, in part, while the Germans st ill
beginnings of The Passion of J oan of Arc December 31, and t here are mysterious occupied Rome . Filming continued while STORM OVER ASIA ....... ....... .1928
and Day of Wrat h and Dreyer's growing graveyard scenes of t he eerie chariot as the enemy fled t he city. Its story revolves (Potomok Chingis-Kahnl (The Heir to
mastery of the camera. He presents four death wait s for the stroke of twelve . around Manfredi, a leader in the Italian Ghenghisl Direct or: V.1. Pudovkin , assist­
consecutive stories concerning religious and Cameraman J . Jaenzon helps capture the underground, resisting the Nazi control of ed by A. Ledashev, L. Bronstein; Cast: I.
political persecution during the Spanish brilliant fantasy as well as povertyse.­ the city. Hunted by the enemy , Manfredi Inkizhinov, Valeri Inkizhinov , A.
Inquisition, t he French Revolution and t he quences. 61 minutes . begins a desper ate flight from his relent­ Chist iakov. Silent. This was Pudovkin's last
Russo-Finnish War of 1918. While exiled 16mmB&Sllent ..... . ......... .$165.00 less, merciless pursuers, involving various silent film, and one of his finest. Present ed
from Heaven, Satan was put under Super 8 mm B & W Sllent .. . . .... . . $59.50 friends , also in the resistance; a man who is the story of a Mongol fur hunter who is a
compulsion by God to tempt Mankind . For prints the underground's newspaper, his descendant of Genghis Khan and of the
each success his sentence is increased by wife-to-be and her son and the local priest Mongolian uprising against the British
100 years; with each failure it is decreased who aids in the resistance. " ...unquestion­ during the Civil War Period. 74 minutes.
by 1000 years. 123 minutes. OPEN CITY [noma, eitta aperta] ..... 1945 ably one of t he strongest dramatic films yet 16 mm B & W Sllent . ........... . . $250.00
16 mm B & W Sllent .. . .. . .. . .. . .. $250.00 (Italian dialogue with English subtitles) made about t he recent war. . .the total
Super 8 mm B & W Sllent . .. . ..... . $92.50 Ana Magnani, Aldo Fabrizi, Marcello effect of the picture is a sense of real OTHELLO .. . .. .. .... .. .. . ..... ... 1922
Pagliero, Maria Michi, Vito Annicchiarico. experience, achieved as much by the Director: Dimitri Buchowetski; Cast: Emil
TIlE PHANTOM CHARIOT [Korkarien / Directed and produced by Roberto perfor mance as by the writing and direc­ Jannings, Werner Krauss , Ica Lenkeffy.
Thy Soul Shall Bear Witness/The Stroke at Rossellini. When World War II ended, a t ion . .." ---New York Times. Winner of Russian director Buchowetski produced
Midnight] ..... . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . ... . 1920 motion picture emerged from Italy that many awards: The Grand Prize --- Venice this ambitious early attempt to film a
Director: Victor Sjostrom; Based on the would make international celebrities of its International Film Festival; Grand Prix --­ Shakespearean play, which was a favorite
novel by Selma Lagerlof; Cast: Sjostrom, producer-director, its leading actress and Cannes Film Fest ival; Best Foreign Film of Rene Clair. J annings is a remarkably
Hilda Borgstrom, Tore Svennberg, Astrid many of the other performers. It also Award --- New York Film Critics. 103 restrained Othello and Werner Kraus, an
Holm. This wJls Sjostrom's most famous became a powerful influence on the motion minutes. all-stops-out Iago. 65 minutes .
film, often considered his masterpiece. A picture genre in that it was one of the 16 mm B & W Sound . .. . ......... . $225.00 16 mm B & W Sllent ........ . ... . . $145.00
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concer ns the coming of a collective far m to a


l2u~~ian
ALEXANDER NEVSKY ... . ...... . 1938

Ukrainian villiage. 54 minut!,\s. Director: Sergei Eisenstein. assisted by V.

16 mm B & W Silent ... . . . ... .... . $175,00 Vasiliev and V. Ivanov; Cast: Nikolai

(C()nt.) Super 8 mm B & W Sound, Music .. $119,98


Super 8 mm B & W Silent . . . ....... $73.98
Cherkassov, Nikolai Okhlopkov. Andrei

Abrikosov, Valentina Ivashova; Music: S.

ARSENAL ....... . ...... .. . . .... . . 1929 Prokofiev. Russian dialog with English

Director: Alexander Dovzhenko; Cast: :::;. THE END OF ST. PETERSBURG . . .. .. . . subtitles. An opic of t hirteenth century

Svashenko, A. Buchma, M. Nademsky. . . . .. . .... . .... . .. .. ... ..... USSR 1927 Russia depicting the defeat of the invading

Alt hough not as well known as Eisenstein Director: V. I. Pudovkin, assisted by German knights by the Russians under

and Pudovkin, Dovzhenko was the most Mikhail DolleI', V. Strauss , Cinematogra­ Price Alexander Nevsky . "Alexander

poetic of these three great, innovative phers : A. Golovnya, K. Vent s, A. Ledashev Nevsky marks a decisive turning point in

Russian film makers. The Ukraine during and A. Hendelstein; Cast: Ivan Chuvele. Eisenstein's work, one in which he moved

World War I is t he setting for this lyrical Vera Baranovskaya, A.P. Chistiakov. from the masses as hero to individual and

master piece, with impressionistic and sym­ Sergei. Komorov, V.1. Pudovkin. Silent . tragic heroes, characterized and shaped by

bolic juxtapositions. Skeletal soldiers are "Both Pudovkin and Eisenstein made films t heir historic missions." - Georges Sadoul.

silhouet ted in a death march against a commemorating t he 10th Anniversary of 109 minutes.

smoky , bleak sky; a soldier's death by gas is t he October Revolution: E isenstein's Ten 16 mm B & W Sound . .......... . .. $275.00

made agonizingly personal; t he tense Days That Shook The World (October ) was
expectancy before the out break of revolu­ a beautiful and almost abstr act study of
revolution; Pudovkin's film concentrates on Strike BEZIDN MEADOW ... . ...... USSR 1932

tion in Keiv is reflected in t he faces of the Director : Sergei Eisenstein; Music: Sergei

populace from all walks of life; as a signal oft he individual and is a deeply moving
personal film. A peasant living with t he TEN DAYS THAT SHOOK . Prokofiev. This was Eisenstein's first

the re volutionary st rength , the hero bares THE WORLD ... . .................. 1928 sound film, the story of Turgeniev and

his chest to t he bullets that cannot kill him.Uncle in St. Petersburg in 1914, becomes a
Eisenstein's follow up to the Potemkin, about the young Soviet pioneers and Soviet

63 minutes. scab during a strike. He realizes what he


equally as powerful, equally fascinating as Collective Farming. When Eisenstein com­

16 mm B & W Silent .............. $165.00 has done, attacks his employer and is forced
an exercise in film making; made in pleted the picture in 1937, it was con­

Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... $57.50 to enlist in the Army. The revolution begins
after t he capitalists reap immense profit commemoration of the tenth anniversary of demned for placing the film above its

the Bolshevik t ake-over in Russia. 70 content. During the war t he film was

BED & SOFA ......... . .. . ......... 1927


from the war. 74 minutes. minutes. damaged. and this reconstruction by Sergei

Director: Abram Room, assisted by Sergei 16 mm B & W Silent . ......... . .. $192.50 16 mm B & W Silent ....... . .. . ... 5192.50 Yutkevich was made by assembling single

Youtkevich; Cast: Nikolai Batalov, Ludmila Super 8 mm Sound [Music1 . .... . ... 586.98 Super 8 mm B & W Silent ....... .. . $67.50 35mm frames saved by Eisenstein's widow.

Semyonova, Vladimir Fogel. A controver­ Super 8 mm B & W Silent . .. ..... . . 559.98 28 minutes.

sial treatment of love , jealousy and Super 8 mm B & W Sound .......... 539.98

morality in crowded post-war Moscow; "A THE MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA1929 EISENSTEIN ........ . .......... . . 1958
vaudeville sketch ricked out in Russian Directed and Written by Dziga Vertov. One of the great pioneers in t he realm of IVAN THE TERRIBLE

dress; "a sociological comedy of manners Dziga Vertov is considered to be one of the film-making was Russian director and
PART ONE" .... . . . .... : ... . . USSR 1944

with Freudian and Marxist overtones pioneers of the Soviet motion picture. His producer Sergei Eisenstein. His BATTLE­
Russian dialog with English subt itles. 96

"aimed at shocking male sexual com­ 'Kino Eye' theory, while limited in its SH~P POTEMKIN and IVAN THE TER­
minutes.

placency and the female acceptance of scope, did provide t he basis for some RIBLE remain classics of the cinema. Now,
16 mm B & W Sound .. .. .......... $250.00

abor tion" and adultery. 72 minutes . interesting footage . It is as if the camera the: life of this master filmmaker is brought
16 mm B & W Silent .. . ....... . . .. $199.00 lens is a living thing, able t o see everything to the screen in this historical film . To
t hat goes on around it. Intercut with shots supplement the look at Eisenstein the man, IVAN THE TERRIBLE

- - PART TWO . . ... USSR 1946-released 1958

BY 1HE LAW ..... ... .... . ... . . .. . 1926 of the cameraman himself, t he film 'seen' by
-
his work is highlighted with sequences from
Contains t he complete and original color

Director: Lev Kuleshov; Based on the story t he camera 'eye' follows daily life in the many of his classic productions . The end
"The Unexpected" by J ack London; Cast: Soviet Union. No place or person is an result confirms Sergei Eisenstein's posit ion section. Russian dialogue with English

subtitles. Director: Sergei Eisenstein;

Sergei Komarov, Alexandra Khokhlova, obstacle ; the camera climbs up a building, as one of the pivotal pioneers in t he
Cast: Nikolai Cherkassov, Ludmila Tslikov­

Vladimir Fogel. Silent. This is Kuleshov's ~ver factories, along girders, goes around development of film technique with his
skaya, Serafime Birman, Mikhail Nas­

best film, and the script by Victor houses, and goes over and under trains. It styles of photography and editing. A vital
vanov, Pio Kadochnikov, Andrei Abriko­

Shklovsky is excellent. Made on a limited is at once a documentary, then again, an motion picture for students of film. 55
sov.

budget as an experiment , Kuleshov studies experimental film. It is the showcase for minutes .
Part I: Ivan Alexieff is crowned Tsar in

t hree conflicting characters in this psy­ extravagant techniques (hand-held camera, 16mmB & W Sound . . . .. . .. . . .. .. . 599.00
16th Century Russia, and marries Anas­

chological drama which does a very fine job frozen frames. rapid editing, multiple tasia. He overcomes the Mongols, falls ill,

of captu.ring the remote Alaskan atmos­ images, split screen and tracking shots). It
i~· :l1~o _ in it.s. own w~v ~ nllP c:.finn i n O' nf
STRIKE ........... .. .. . ...... . . . . 1924

T""\i,~~ _ _ .L_ ...J L __ C'I _ ____ ~ ~ ! _ is t hreatened bv the Bovars and finds his

Ht.:lJ &. SUt'A ....... .. ..... . . ....•. 19:.1:1


11\)111 -1i11"'- w",.-;--,-:-- mnluli""'. minutes. damageCl, anCi trrrs~rll<:onstrUCtIOn-uyroerger
Director: Abram Room, assisted by Sergei 16 mm B & W Silent .... .... . ..... $192.50 16 mm B & W Silent . . .. .. . .. .. . . . $192.50
Yutkevich was made by assembling single
Youtkeyich; Cast: Nikolai Batalov, Ludmila Super 8 mm Sound [MUSIC] .. . ... . . . $86.98 Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. ... . .. .. $67•50
35mm frames saved by Eisenstein's widow .
Super 8 mm B&WSilent . .. . . . ... . $59 •98 28 minutes.
Semyonova, Vladimir Fogel. A controver ­
sial treatment of love , jealousy and 1, Super 8 mm B & W Sound .. ..... .. . $39.98

THE MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA1929 EI~ENSTEIN ....... ... . ..... . ... . 1958
morality in crowded post-war Moscow; "A
vaudeville sketch ricked out in Russian Directed and Written by Dziga Vertov. One of the great pioneers in t he realm of IVANTHETERRmLE
dress; "a sociological comedy of manners Dziga Vertov is considered to be one of the film- making was Russian director and PART ONE ... . .. .. .... . .... . USSR 1944
with Freudian and Marxist overtones pioneers of t he Soviet motion picture. His producer Sergei E isenstein . His BATTLE- Russian dialog with English subtitles. 96
"aimed at shocking male sexual com­ 'Kino Eye' theory , while limited in its SHlP POTEMKIN and IVAN THE TER- minutes.
placency and the female acceptance of scope , did provide the basis for some RIBLEremainciassics ?fthe cine!lla. Now, 16mmB&W Sound . . . . . .... . . ... $250.00
abortion" and adultery . 72 minutes. interesting footage. It is as if the camera the: life of this master fllmmaker IS brought
16 mm B & W Silent . . . .. , . ..... , . $199.00 lens is a living thing, able to see everything to the screen in this historical fil m. To
that goes on around it . Intercut with shots supplement the look at Eisenstein the man, IVAN THE TERRIBLE
- - -
BY TIlE LAW .. , .. ... ......... . , . . 1926 of the cameraman himself, the film 'seen' by his work is highlighted with sequences from PART TWO . .... USSR 1946-released 1958
Director: Lev Kuleshov; Based on the story the camera 'eye' follows daily life in the many of his classic productions . The end Contains the complete and original color
"The Unexpected" by Jack London; Cast: Soviet Union. No place or person is an result confirms Sergei Eisenstein's posit ion section. Russian dialogue with English
Sergei Komarov, Alexandra Khokhlova, obstacle; the camera climbs up a building, as one of t he pivotal pioneers in t he subtitles. Director: Sergei Eisenstein;
Vladimir Fogel. Silent. This is Kuleshov's over factories, along girders, goes around development of film technique with his Cast: Nikolai Cher kassov, Ludmila Tslikov-­
best film, and t he script by Victor houses, and goes over and under trains. It styles of photography and editing. A vital skaya, Serafime Birman , Mikhail Nas­
Shklovsky is excellent. Made on a limited is at once a documentary , then again, an motion picture for students of film. 55 vanov, Pio Kadochnikov, Andrei Abriko­
experimental film. It is the showcase for minutes. sov.
budget as an experiment, Kuleshov studies Part I: Ivan Alexieff is crowned Tsar in
three conflicting characters in this psy­ extravagant techniques (hand-held camera, 16 mm B & W Sound .... ... ... .. . .. $99.00
frozen frames, rapid editing, multiple 16th Century Russia, and marries Anas­
chological drama which does a very fine job tasia. He overcomes the Mongols , faUs ill,
of capturing the remote Alaskan atmos­ images, split screen and tracking shots) . It STRIKE ... . .. ....... . .. . . ... .. . . . 1924
is' also, in its own way, a questioning of is t hreatened by the Boyarsand finds his
phere. A member of a party goes on a Directed by Sergei Eisenstein. Eisenstein's aunt has poisoned Anastasia. He then goes
killing rage in a frighteningly real shooting what is considered 'reality' as seen through first motion picture, the impact of which as into retirement.
attack which takes place during dinner in a the camera. Unusual, definitely complex a debut has been likened to the impessive­
(with a surprising ending that is, to say the Part II: The people convince Ivan to return
log cabin. 61 minutes. ness of Welles' 'Citzen Kane: Using t he from retirement. He fights the Boyars who
16 mm B & W Silent , . . ...... .. ... $192.50 least , ext raordinary), "Man With A ,Movie tragic workers' strike in Czarist Russia as later attempt t o assasinate him, but
Camera" remains one of those fascinat ing the basis for his picture, Eisenstein creates succeed instead in killing who they had
Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. . ... . . .. S69.50
experimental milestones in the develop­ a memorable pi(""re, using his own hoped would be Ivan's successor.
MOTHER . . . . ...... .. .... . ........ 1926 ment of motion pictures. 67 minutes . techniques and forms of experimentat ion As a major creation of the great master of
Directed by Vsevolod I. Pudovkin. Con­ 16mmB & W Silent ... . . .. . . .. .. . $175.00 with the film that have made him one of the Soviet cinema, the film is monumental from
sidered to be t he greatest work, by a great film-makers in mot ion picture his­ every point of view ... a whooly original
contemporary of Eisenstein, 'Mother' is an tory. A cinema classic! 66 minutes.
~i~en~tein 16 mm B & W Sound ... .. ... . . .. .. $185.00 compound of Eisenstein's life t ime of
engrossing and touchin,g drama of people intellectual , artistic, sensual explorations ..
involved in the 1905 revolt. The mother of Super8mmB& W Sound .. . ....... $99.98 .a thrilling film , showing E isenstein at the
the film suffers patiently as her husband height of his powers. 90 minutes.
and son become involved and lose t heir lives BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN ......... 1925 16 mm Part Color Sound ... .... .. . $299.00
in the violence of a tragic moment in Directed by Sergei Eisenstein. Available in

history. 73 minutes. both silent version and sound version with

Cm~~cli
16 mm B & W Silent .............. S210.00 Russian dialogue and English subtitles.
Considered to be one of the most important
EARTH [Zemlya] [Soil] ............. 1930 films in the history of silent pictures, as
Director-writer: Alexander Dovzhenko; well as possibly Eisenstein's greatest work.
Cinematographer: Danylo Demutsky; Cast: It brought Eisenstein's theories of cinema THE SOUTHERNER . ... ... ..... .. . 1945
Semyon Svashenko, Stephen Shkurat, art to the world in a powerful showcase; his Zachary Scott Betty Fields. Directed by
Mikola Nademsky, Yelena Maximova, V. emphasis on montage, his stress of Jean Renoir. One of the great directors in
Mikhailov. Considered his masterpiece, t his intellectual contact and his treatment of t he film history, Jean Renior, directed of such
was Dovzhenko's fourth and last silent mass instead of the individual as the pictures as 'The River: Grand Illusion' and
fil m. "I wanted to show the state of a protagonist. The film tells the story of the 'The Human Beast ' comes up with a truly
Ukrainian village in 1929, that is to say, at mutiny on the ship 'Prince Potemkin' American saga of men against nature, t he
the time it was going t hrough an economic during the 1905 uprising. A cinema classic, farmer and t he land he loves. Excellent
t ransformat ion and a mental change in the featuring the people of Odessa. 70 minutes. photography and top performances make
masses." The simple story in this film , 16 mm B & W Silent . .. .. . . .... .. . $157.50 t his a special dramatic treat. 91 minutes.
t wice included as one of the Twelve Best Super 8 mm B & W Sound, Music . . $101.98 16 mm B & W Sound .. ... . . ....... $225.00
Films of All Time by a panel of critics , Battleship Potempkin Super 8 mm B & W Silent ........ . . $64.98 ~uper 8 mm B &W Sound ......... $129.98
20 Hollywood Film Exchange FaIl 1976
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THE CRAZY RAY ... . ........ .. .... 1923 behind him. L'ATALANTE combines fam­ Sadoul. A rare example of early experimEm­
have seen one of the finest examples of a
Director: Rene Clair; Cast: Henri Rollan, iliar plot ideas with touches of surrealism, tation with sound by one of the masters of
timeless theme; the resourcefulness of
Albert Pregean, Marcel Vallee, Madelieve. with many considering it to be a film that the cinematic art. 80 minutes.
people menanced by invaders. 90 minutes.
Prefils Martinelli. Complete Version: Sup­ proves Vigo could combine elements of 16 nun B & W Sound .............. 5200.00
16 nun B & W Sound .............. 5250.00
pose that time stood still for all but an naturalism with the more poetic aspects of
accidentally selected group of people. In art. The story itself deals with a pair of THE ITALIAN STRAW HAT ........ 1927
THE IMAGINARY VOYAGE . . .. . ... 1925
touching upon human nature, this film newlyweds who are sailing down the Seine. Director: Rene Clair; Designed by Lazare
An extremely rare fantasy film that takes
offers a set of fascinating answers as Clair As the ooat makes its leisurely journey, the Meerson; Based (loosely) on the play by
the audience on a surrealistic voyage. 60
embarks upon a fantasy a la Melies and couple is already having problems. The Eugene Labiche and Mark Michel; Cast:
minutes.
Zecca, complete with a "sleeping ray." This bride is bored, she craves excitement. She Albert Prejean. Alice Tissot, Paul Olliver.
Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... 559.50
story of Parisians suspended in time is very leaves the boat and is soon beginning This biting satire of middle class life is a

reminiscent of Onesime Horlonger. Filmed


in Paris, this was Clair's first picture. 45
several flirtations. It takes the efforts of
'Father Jules'. an elderly barge hand, with
brilliant piece of visual wit, and is

recognized as one of the great screen


~en()i("
minut es. a few eccentricities of his own, to bring classics. and. of course, a commercial
GRAND ILLUSION ........... . . .. . 1937
16nunB & W Silent . ............. 5137.50 the YO\11lg couple back together. "A failure when it came out. " . . .is very simply
Jean Gabin, Pierre Fresnay, Erich Von
Super 8 nun B & W Silent ...... " .. $47.50 masterpiece t hat brought Vigo to the one of the funniest films ever made and one
Stroheim. Directed by J ean Renior. J ean
forefront of French motion picture directors of the most elegant as well. A silent satire
Renior's classic comment on war's fading
LE MILLION [French with English sub­ ... Michel Simon's Pere Jules ranks among on the pretensions of the miudle classes, it
glory and t he total senselessness of this
titles] . ... . . .. .. . ... .. . . ........... 1930 the greatest characters ever created on the is so expertly timed and choreographed
deadly conflict. Set in World War I, Grand
Rene Lefebre , Annabella . Directed and screen by any actor or director." Hollywood that !farce becomes ballet." Pauline Kael,
Illusion' tells of two French Officers
Written by Rene Clair. The master Quarterly (Siegried Kracauer). 82 minutes. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. 76 minutes.
captured by German forces. Interred in a
filmmaker runs the gamut in comedy from 16 nun B & W Sound . . . ... . . ..... $199.00 16 nun B & W Silent . . .. . ... . .... .$185.00
prison camp , the two officers encounter
subtle satire to slapst ick in this early sound Von Rauffenstein, an aristocratic career
production. The promise of riches is the officer. As the film progresses and a
basis for the zany series of event s as a mad strange respect develops between the
hunt begins for a lost lottery ticket. It is German officer and one of t he French
considered to be one of Clair's finest films. prisoners, bot h soon realize that they are
"Brilliant - comedy with music" - Film­ part of a dying way of life. Magnificent
goer's Companion. 85 IJ.1inutes. performance bring home Renoir's message .
16mmB & W Sound .... . ......... $225.00 'Jean Renior's "Grand Illusion," a film
which , for everything ... mer its t he highest
A NOUS LA LIBERTE [French with commendations and t he monumental fame
English Subtitles] ............ . ... . . 1931 it has achieved. 111 minutes . French dialog
Raymond Cordy, Henry Marchand, Rolla with English subtitles.
Rance , Paul Olivier. Directed and Written 16mmB& WSound ..... . ....... . 5299.98
by Rene Clair. One of the classics of the Super8mmB & W Sound . ... .... . $149.98
French cinema, "A Nous La Liberte" has
been considered to be the possible i.nspira­ LA RETE HUMAINE .......... .... . 1938
, t ion for Chaplin 's "Modern Times". With a (French dialogue wIEnglish subtitles) J ean
simple story as its basis, Rene Clair weaves Gabin, Simone Simon , Fernad Ledoux.
a satirical web t hat takes a telling look at Carette, Blanchette Brunoy. Directed by
the effect of technology on our modern J ean Renoir. Considered to be one of Jean
world. The film's hero is a tramp,' who, Renoir's best motion pictures, this adapta­
through various circumstances, becomes a t ion of Emile Zola's story emerges as an
wealthy and powerful man-the head of an UNDER THE ROOFS OF PARIS. '" .1930 •BLOOD OF A POET I engrossing drama of human tragedy. Jean
industrial empire. As time wears on, he (Sous les Toits de Paris) (French dialogue [Le Sang D'Un Poete] . . .. . ..... .. ... 1930 Gabin gives one of his finest performances
begins to long for the days when he was w/English subtitles) Albert Prejean, Pola ' Directed by Jean Cocteau. Considered to be as a locomotive engineer haunted by a
far happier as a bum. Clair's pictorial is on Iilery, Edmond Greville, Gaston Modot, Bill one of the most important examples of the painful heritage; his parents and grand­
the surrealistic side. One sequence (where Bocket. Directed and written by Rene I avant-garde school of cinema. ' .. Poet' was parents were drunkards. Haunted by this
b bank notes waft through a crowd of amazed Clair. An example of the first use of sound Cocteau's first use of film as a medium of memory, Gabin finds his own abstinence
- - - -- -"l--\...J...- ---h.-......---,)~.1_A.ft.cr.d......o.n,Q...d':},:f'__t_ha..n:l,ogt_L__..4...~_l... __ .: ._._._.ft__.....'_9S.d, 6 .~J:t., O....:n.A.~tA.'I"'fll1
o.vn.roC! C!;nn n~!:toe:! ho r'to11tco it 'A Y"O!lo11C!til' f_~~ 1;~,,~_ ;~ ~~ n~n~~~ f_~~ ~~~n~h ~f
prIsoners, both soon realIze t hat they are
"Brilliant - comedy with music" - Film­
part of a dying way of life. Magnificent
goer's Companion. 85 qlinutes.
performance bring home Renoir's message.
16 mm B & W Sound ........ .. .. . . $225.00
'Jean Renior's "Grand Illusion," a film
which, for everything ... merits the highest
A NOUS LA LIBERTE [French with commendations and the monumental fame
English Subtitles] .... ..... .. . .. . . . . 1931 it has achieved. 111 minutes. French dialog
Raymond Cordy, Henry Marchand, Rolla with E nglish subtitles.
Rance, Paul Olivier. Directed and Written 16 mm B& WSound . ........ . ... . $299.98
by Rene Clair. One of the classics of the Super 8 mm B & W Sound ....... . . 5149.98
French cmema, "A Nous La Liberte" has
been considered to be the possible inspira­ LA BETE HUMAINE ............... 1938
, tion for Chaplin's "Modern Times". Wit h a (French dialogue wIEnglish subtitles) Jean
simple story as its basis, Rene Cla ir weav es Gabin , Simone Simon, Fernad Ledoux,
a satirical web t hat takes a telling look at Carette, Blanchette Brunoy . Directed by
the effect of technology on our modern Jean Renoir . Considered t o be one of Jean
world. The film's hero is a tramp,' who, Renoir's best motion pictures, this adapta­
through various circumstances, becomes a tion of Emile Zola's story emerges as an
wealthy and powerful man-the head of an UNDER THE ROOFS OF PARIS .. . .. 1930 BLOOD OF A POET I engrossing drama of human tragedy. Jean
industrial empire. As time wears on, he (Sous les Toits de Paris) (French dialogue [Le Sang D'Un Poetel .. .. . . .. . .. . .. . 1930 Gabin gives one of his finest performances
begins to long for the days when he was wIEnglish subtitles) Albert Prejean, Pola Directed by Jean Cocteau. Considered to be as a locomotive engineer haunted by a
far happier as a bum. Clair's pictorial is on Illery, Edmond Greville, Gaston Modot, Bill one of the most important examples of the painful heritage; his parents and grand­
the surrealistic side. One sequence (where Bocket. Directed and written by Rene , avant-garde school of cinema. ' .. Poet' was parents were drunkards. Haunted by this
bank notes waft through a crowd of amazed Clair. An example of the first use of sound Cocteau's first use of film as a medium of memory, Gabin finds his own abstinence
people) has been declared one of the most by the French cinema, under the masterful expression, or as he puts it, 'A realistic from liquor is no escape from moments of
famous climaxes in film history, 87 minutes. directing of Rene Clair. Setting this action documentary composed of unreal happen­ self-hatred and sadness that induce fits of
16mmB & W Sound .. . ..... . ... . . $250.00 within the tenement quarter of Paris, Clair ings.' But around the central character of a madness more dangerous than any that
presents the story of two friends, their poet who 'lives what he creates .. .' the drinking can cause. His love for an
LE JOUR SE LEVE [DAY BREAK] friendly rivalry for the love of the same girl effects, incidents and symbols of 'Blood' attractive married woman is the prelude to
French with Enlish subtitles .... ... .. 1939 and the unwelcome addition of the local , were used in. Cocteau's later films, among the final disaster and inevitable tragedy in
Jean Gabin, Jules Berry, Arletty, Jacque­ bully and thief who wants the girl for ' them, 'Orpheus,' so associated did they one of the most dramatic of the Renior
line Laurent, Michael Simon. Directed by himself. Not relying on the basic story, become with Orpheus. A classic example of dramas dealing with the human condition.
Marcel Carne. One of France's most famed Clair envokes the visual and audio poetry of cinema with French dialogue kept at a Critically acclaimed during its original
dr amatic actors, Jean Gabin , gives a 'tour his story's setting, populating it with the minimum, not detracting from the impact of release in Paris and America, LA BETE
de force' performance as Fr ancois, a diverse characters who, in their way, add to '. this unusual movie. 55 minutes. HUMAINE is one of those timeless films of
tormented man who becomes a murderer the whole of the film. With one of the two 16 mm B & W Sound .. ....... . ... $185.00
people caught in circumstances they canflot
through a series of tragic circumstances. friends being a street singer, there is an control. 90 minutes.
The film opens with t he discovery of a dying expected song, but in t his case, Clair did CARNIVAL IN FLANDERS .. ... . . .. 1936 16mmB & W Sound .. ... . .. . . . . .. $250.00
man at the base of the stairs of a French something in the nature of an experiment (French dialogue wIEnglish subtitles)
boarding house. The murderer, Francois, is by having the tune repeated by different Francoise Rosay, Louis Jouvet, Jean RULES OF THE GAME [LA REGU~ DU
in a locked room, the police at his door, characters in different ways until it sticks in Murat. Directed by Jacques Feyder. The JEU] French with English subtitles . . . 1939
looking back on the events in his life t hat the mind. "A spontaneous charm and gaiety French have proven time and again that Marcel Dalio, Nora Gregor, Mila Pan' ly,
have brought him to this place in time. His that would push care out of the window"... when it comes to films with that wry touch Jean Renior. Directed by Jean Renoir. A
beginnings in a orphanage bring him New York Herald Tribune. "I would go to of tongue-in-cheek humor, they are masters film with one of the strangest release
together with Francoise, a girl wit h a any revival of SOUS LES TorTS DE of t he form . CARNIV AL IN FLANDERS histories yet; made on the eve of World
similar name. He falls in love with her, but PARIS or A NOUS LA LIBERTE ; t hey remains of the finest examples of the Gallic War II, "Rules of the Game" was pulled
as they grow older, her negative qualities represent a poet ry of the cinema which we wit and is still acclaimed whenever seen. from release a few days after its showing.
become dominant, sending her into the never knew and before and, alas, have Set in the 17th century in a little Flemish Thirty years were to pass before it would
arms of a cruel animal trainer. When the never known since." .. .William Whitebait, town, the film's story tells of villages who surface again. Using the French leisure
animal trainer mistreats her, Francois kills Critics' Choice, British Film Institute. "It find their plans for an annual celebration class as his protagonists. Renoir paints a
him. 85 minutes. potrayed the lives of ordinary Parisians at a and carnival upset when Spanish soldiers picture of a social world where pleasure is
16mmB& W Sound ... . ... . .. ... . $225.00 time most international successful films invade their home. With the enemy at the the prize: where intrigue, guile and the lack
dealt with life among the upper classes ... gates, the villagers set about coping with of honesty are part of the 'r ules' of a dying
L'ATALANTE .. .. . .... .... ... ... . . 1934 the furnished rooms, the children playing, the invaders in their own way. The men try class. Renoir himself appears as one of the
(French dialogue with English subtitles) the crochety concierges, t he window to win the soldier's pity with a phony members of 'societ y' in a film t hat has been
Dita Parlo, J ean Daste, Michel Simon. boxes ...the street singers with their accor­ funeral for the mayor . The women decide acclaimed as" ... a memorable experience. A
Directed by Jean Vigo. A rare piece of film dion in every square.,.A film at once cinema on the more direct approach and embark on remarkable film, facinating to observe ... the
from the late Jean Vigo, who died at the age and French, combining technical virtuosity a campaign o f seduction. Before CARNI­ technique is admirable throughout , wit!} at
of 29 in 1934, leaving _only two features with true national character...'" --- Georges VAL IN FLANDERS ends, the viewer will least t wo sequences emerging as classics of
Hollywood Film Exchange . Fall 1976 21
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VARIETy ... . ..... .. . . ....... . . . . . 1925 THE HAUNTED CASTLE . . .. . . •... 1921 These ' letters give the man a posit ive
12en()ir- (C()nt.) Emil Jannings , Lya de Putti, Warwick
Ward . Directed by E.A. Dupont . Of t he
Director: F .W. Mur nau; Script: Carl
Mayer; Cast: Laszlo Schaffer, Arnold
response from his secret love, and when he
is event ually discovered, after a time, t hey
their kind ... " -New York Times. It was many German productions released in the Korff, Lulu Kyser-Korff, Paul Bildt, Lothar start to see each other. 45 minutes.
selected in the International Poll of Critics U.S. in the 20s, 'Variety' was the most Mehnert, Olga Tschechowa, Paul Hartman. 16 mm B & W Silent .............. SI49.00
(1962) as third among the greatest motion popular. Set in the circus at the Berlin Although not a horror tale as the English
pictures of all time. 110 minutes. Wintergarten, the film stars Emil Jannings title may suggest, this is a mystery BERLIN: SYMPHONY OF A GREAT
16 mm B & W Sound .............. S299.98 as a trapezp. artist who finds his wife has complete with a murder, strange characters CITY .. .. .................. .. . . ... 1927
Super 8 mm B & W So~d ......... SI49.98 been two-tir:. 19 him with another member and prophecies ... and a ruse. This is one of Director: Walter Ruttman, supervised by
of the act. rtighlighting the film is the Murnau's rarest surviving films. 60 min­ Karl Freud; Cinematographers: Reimar
UNDERGROUND ['),'he Lower Depth8) incredible camerawork of Karl Freud. 57 utes. Kuntze, Robert Baberske, Laszlo Schaffer.
" [French dialogue minutes. 16 mm B & W Silent .............. SI49.00 Silent. This documentary is a cross section
with English subtitles] .............. 1935 16 mm B & W SDent .............. SI60.00 Super 8 mm B & W SDent .......... $49.95 of life and rhythm of a late spring day in
Jean Gabin, Suzy Prim, Louis Jouvet, Jany Berlin, heavily influenced by "Potemkin,"
Holt, Vladimir Sokoloff, June Astor. WARNING SHADOWS ... . . .' , ...... 1922 and emphasizing visual rhythms in cutting
Directed by Jean Renoir. One of France'. ~LAS~LAU~H ................ 1925 Fritz Kortner, Gustav Von Wangenheim, which gave it a symphonic organization.
greatest filmmakers turns his considerable Emil Jannmgs. ~Irected by rW. Murn~u. Ferdinand Von Alten, Fritz Rasp. Directed Cavalcanti's Rein Que Les Heures and
talents toward Maxim Groky's play "The One of the cl~slcs of.the . golden age of by Arthur Robison. One of the German Leger's Ballet · Mechanique came before
Lower Depts". The result is an acclaimed German fi?ns wI~h possibly Its ~ost famOl~s cinema's unusual productions-presented Berlin, each with a similar attempt to
version of Gorky's story of a group of social actor, Emil Jannmgs. The film IS notable m
with almost no sub·titles. Utilizing a combine images in an emotionally satisfac­
outcasts in Moscow during the 19th that it avoided the use of sub-titles as much
macabre theme (at which the German tory sequence of movements. 53 minutes.
century. A superlative cast of French as ~ssible with all thoughts, action~ and
filmmakers excelled during their 'Golden 16 mm B & W SDent . ............. 1165.00
artists brings the play's characters to vivid emotlo~s of ~he performers made eVidentAge'), "Warning Shadows" tells of a Super 8 mm B & W SDent .......... 151.98
life. Add the talents of Jean Renior and the by the meredlble camera work th~t marked
carnival juggler who uses his strange
result is what Gorky stated was impossible the best of the German productions. Thepowers to hypnotize six people-a faithless ~ JOYLESS STREET ...... . ... ~ .1925
... bringing the play to life on film. Just how plot concerned a hotel doorman whos.e wife, her jealous husband and the wife's DIreCtor:. G.W. Pabst; Cast: Greta Garbo,
successful Renior was in his undertaking world and status crumbles when he IS four lovers. Under the induced trance, the Asta Nielsen, Werner Krauss. Note:
can be judged by the viewer; plus the fact reduced to the washroom atte~dant-but six people are able to look into the future Alt~ough our prints fall sho.rt of perfect
that UNDERGROUND won · the French an event occurs that enables him to .ha,:e
and learn what will occur if they continue clarity, they ar~ the be~t avrulable and are
critics' prize at the best film of 1936. A fllm the last laugh on those who scorned him m
their self-destructive feelings to guide their the longest versions available. They are not
classic. 91 minutes. an O. Henry type of ending. 74 minutes.

lives. 64 minutes. the commonly shown "condensed" versions.


16mm B & W Sound .............. 1250.00 16 mm B & W Sound .............. 1225.00

16 mm B & W Silent .............. SI95.00 This story concerns a street in post-World


16mmB&WSDent .............. 1175.00
Super8inmB&WSOund .......... S67.50 War I Vienna and its inhabitant s, particu­
BOUDU SAVED FROM DROWNING 1932 Super 8 mm B & W Sound ........ . . $89.00
larly . a daughter (Greta Garbo) whose
(French dialogue with English subtitles) S,u per 8 mm B & W Silent .......... $60.00
NOSFERATU ............. . . . ..... 1922 ' family finds that the father is out of his job
Michel Simon, Charles, Gr andval, Marcelle Max Schreck, Alexander Granach, Gustav during a time of severe inflation. The story
Hainia, Severine Lerczynska, Jean Dasre. von Wangenheim. Directed by F .W. was based on facts in Pabst's own life after
Written and Directed by J ean Renior. THE STUDENT OF PRAGUE ....... 1913 Murnau. The now-classic, first version of t he German defeat in Europe, and it
P roduced by Michel Simon: One of the (DER STUDENT VON PRAG) (German Bram Stoker's 'Dracula,' made in Germany encouraged ot her German film makers to
great directors of film and one of France's subtitles) Paul Wegener, Frit z Weidmann, during t he silent era. Mur nau used every use expressionism in dealing with such
greatest actors combine forces to present Grete Berger, Directed by Stellan Rye. One pl'/dtographic t rick '~'JX1Ssible to keep t he event s. The film brought great fame to
what has been described as a "shaggy-man of t he fantasy classics from Ger many , chills going, with the best chills provided by Pabst, and rocketed Greta Garbo to star
story" about a complete non-conformist starring the actor who made film history in the title character played by Max Schreck stat us. 89 minutes.
who will fight toot h-and-nail to avoid his portrayal of The Golem. Now, Paul (wJlQse last name ,. meant , appropriately 16 mm B & W Silent ... ........ ... $220.00
becoming a member of "respectable so- Wegener gives another masterful perfor­ 'scream of terror') jp-, the weirdest makeup
ciety." As Boudu, a tramp saved from mance as Balduin, a student whose love for e'6O". for a terror film. 60 minutes. HOMECOMING [Heimkhr] ..... . . ... 1928
drowning by a book dealer, Simon etches a the Contessa Margit is hampered by his 16 mm B & W Silent .............. $165.00 Director: J oe May. Cast: Dita Parlo, Lars
magnificent portrait of a tramp who is far feeling of being too poor. His problem ' Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... $57.50 Hanson, Gustav Frohlich. Two German
from loveable . . .in fact, he is more or less a seems solved when Scapinelli offers him .. ~. '.'.: soldiers, prisoners -of the Russians during
World War I, escape from their Siberian
lost cause. When his benefactor tries to do 100,000 gold pieces in exchange for ' TijEGOLEM .... . :!X .............. 1920
the right thing and rehabilitate Boudu, anything he wants to take from the P'aul Wegener, Albert Steinruck, Ernst confines. When one (Hanson) is recaptured,
helping him become a member of society, student's room. But the 'item' the IJeutsch, Lynda Salmonova. Directed by the other (Frohlich) continues the long
_ the mvsierinillL.IIlan .takes--.-is--.-Balduin's mirror
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.­ clarity. they are the best available and are


critics' prize at the best film of 1936. A film the last laugh on those ~ho scor~ed him in their self-destructive feelings to guide their the longest versions available. They are not
classic. 91 minutes. an O. Henry type of endmg. 74 mmutes. lives. 64 minutes. the commonly shown "condensed" versions.
16 mm B& WSOund .............. $250.00 16 mm B& WSound .............. $225.00 16mmB & WSilent .............. $195.00 This story concerns a st reet in post-World
16 mm B & W Silent .............. $175.00 Super 8 mm B & W Sound ..... . .... 167.50 War I Vienna and its inhabitants, particu­
BOUDUSAVED FROM DROWNING 1932 Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... . 589.00
larly a daughter (Greta Garbo) whose
(French dialogue with English subtitles) s.uper 8 mm B & W Silent .......... $60.00
NOSFERATU ..................... 1922 family finds that the father is out of his job
Michel Simon, Charles. Grandval, Marcelle Max Schreck, Alexander Granach, Gustav during a time of severe inflation. The story
Hainia, Severine Lerczynska, Jean Dasre. von Wangenheim. Directed by F .W. was based on facts in Pabst's own life after
Written and Directed by J ean Renior. THE STUDENT OF PRAGUE ...... . 1913 Murnau. The now-classic, first version of t he German defeat in Europe. and it
Produced by Michel Simon. One of t he (DER STUDENT VON , PRAG) (German Bram Stoker's 'Dracula,' made in Germany encouraged ot her German film makers to
great directors of film and one of France's subtitles) Paul Wegener, Fritz Weidmann, during the silent era. Murnau used every use expressionism in dealing with such
greatest actors combine forces to present Grete Berger, Directed by Stell an Rye. One plimographic t rick 'possible to keep the events . The film brought great fame to
what has been described as a "shaggy-man of t he fantasy classics from Germany, chills going, wit h t he best chills provided by Pabst, and rocketed Greta Garbo to star
story" about a complete non-conformist starring the actor who made film history in the title character played by Max Schreck status. 89 minut es.
who will fight tooth-and-nail to avoid his portrayal of The Golem. Now, Paul (wJlOse last name, meant , appropriately 16mmB& W Silent .. .. .......... 5220.00
becoming a member of "respectable 80­ Wegener gives anot her masterful perfor­ 'scream of terror') i&t1 t he weirdest makeup
ciety." As Boudu, a tramp saved from mance as Balduin, a student whose love for e\(JO'. Jor a terror film. 60 minutes. HOMECOMING [Heimkhrl ... .. . .... 1928
drowning by a book dealer, Simon etches a the Contessa Margit is hampered by his 16 mm B & W Silent .............. 5165.00 Director: J oe May. Cast : Dita Parlo, Lars
magnificent portrait of a tramp who is far feeling of being too poor. His problem ' Super 8 mm B & W Silent ..... . .... 557.50 Hanson , Gust av Frohlich . Two German
from loveable .. .in fact, he is more or less 8 seems solved when Scapinelli offers him ~, .. l"'[ soldiers, prisoners -of t he Russians during
lost cause. When his benefactor t ries t o do 100,000 gold pieces in exchange for " TUEGOLEM .... ~·:! .I :· .............. 1920
World War I, escape from their Siberian
t he right thing and rehabilitate Boudu, anyt hing he wants to take from the confines. When one (Hanson) is recaptured.
P'aul Wegener, Albert Steinruck, Ernst the other (Frohlich) cont inues the long
helping him become a member of society. st udent's room. But the 'item' the D'eutsch, Lynda Salmonova. Directed by treck alone and safely reaches Germany
the tramp counter-attacks. He refuses the mysterious man takes is Balduin's mir ror Paul Wegener, Cat;l Boese. One of the where he looks up his comrade's wife, the
comforts of the middle-class; he spills wine image...too late the student realizes that chl~sic 'monster' films made in Germany by
on the table; he leaves the water running in he has made a pact with the devil, a pact' lovely Dita Parlo. He has heard so much
Paul Wegener, who portrayed the legend­ about her that he feels well-acquainted
the sink; instead of enjoying the comforts of that will bring disaster before the film is ary creature of Jewish folklore three times. already. Soon that aquaintance shows
a soft bed, Boudu prefers to sleep on the over. One of the classics of fantasy, with A prototype of the Frankenstein-type strong but tentative signs of love. With the
floor. These are the milder forms of Boudu's subtitles in German. 56 minutes. monsters, the Golem is a gigantic being Armistice, the husband is released and
rebellious nature. He hits his stride when 16 mm B & W Silent .............. 5165.00 brought to life bY' Rabbi Loew to protect, returns just in time to witness the first
instead of thanking his would-be benefac­ and avenge, t he people in the ghetto of overt gesture of their feelings for each
t or , he seduces t he book dealer's wife and Note: This film is in German with NO Prague from persecution. 90 minutes.
maid! At the end, however, for all his English title cards. other. The acting style of t his realistic
16 mm B & W Sound ... . .. . . . .. . .. 5195.00 drama is still much beholden to Expression­
efforts, Boudu finds himself facing the 16 mm B & W Silent . . .. . . ... . . . .. 5160.00 ism. Print quality varies. 74 minutes.
ultimate,- most terrifying fate of all.. .for
THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI .. 1920 16 mm B & W Silent .... .... .. . . . . 5180.00
him: Marriage! Hailed as a classic, "Boudu BACKSTAIRS . . .. . ..... . ... ....... 1921
Lil Dagover , Conrad Viedt, Werner
Saved From Drowning" has been acclaimed Directed: Leopold J essner; Sets: Pau"! Leni: THE LOVE OF JEANNE NEY ....... 1927
by critics. 87 minutes. Krauss. Directed by Robert Wiene. One of
t he great fil ms from the German Cinema's Cast: Henny Porten, Fritz Kortner, Edith Jehanne, Uno Renning, Fritz Rasp,
16 mm B & W Sound ......... . . . . . 5225.00 Wilhelm (William) Dieterle . Silent. J essner Britt e Helm. Directed by G.W. Pabst. One
goJaen age, 'Caligari' left a lasting influence
on films wit h its first attempt at creating a was the most advanced director in the of the great German directors of that

[-(3~l?MA~ ~

thoroughly unearthly . atmosphere in a Ger man Theater after Max Reinhardt. The country's 'Golden Age' of filmmaking turns
period when expressionism and cubism hallmark of his productions was the use of from t he 'st reet film' with its single city as a
were doctrines of the advanced schools of stairs, and his critics coined the word, backdrop t o extend his scope t o include
the arts. Its uniquely distorted, abstract "Jessnertreppen" as a stick to beat him almost all of Europe. Pabst tells the story of
backgrounds, sparing use of the simplest with . Here, in his only film, he uses stairs to Jeanne Ney, a French girl, and her love for
props and lighting contrasts helped t o bring dramat ize both the social status of the Andres, a young rebel. Beginning during
the film's eerie plot to life. The st ory itself characters and their emotional relation­ the Crimean Civil War , the plot follows the
concerned a young man and his sweetheart ships. For t he greater part of the act ion, young couple's romance throughout Europe
menanced by a sinister carnival mesmerist, only t hree people are seen. The story until it finally reaches its peak in that City of
Caligari, and his zombie-like somnambulist, follows a young woman whose lover has had romance, Paris. Through his skilled use of
Cesar. The plot unwinds until t he now­ to leave town. She anxiously awaits letters symbolism and his techniques of editing,
classic twist ending. One of the true cinema from him. A strange and slightly crippled "J eanne Ney" emerges as another example
classics. 52 minutes. postman harbors a secret love for the ·of why t he German cinema enjoyed the
16 mm B & W Sound .. .. .. .... . . . . $170.00 woman, and, after days pass with no reputation it did during the era of the silent
Super 8mmB& WSllent ..... . . ... $37.98 tetters, he starts to write bogus love film. 96 minutes .
The Cablaet of Dr. CaUgari Super 8 mm B & W Sound ..... .... . $79.00 letters to her, signing her lover's name. 16 mm B & W Silent ..... .... .... $227.50

22 Hollywood Film Exchange Fall 1978


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FAUST ... . ..... . ... ..... . ..... . .. 1926 THE BLUE ANGEL Dr Blaue Engel .. 1930

Emil Jannings , Warner Fuetterer, Gosta German With English Subtitles. Emil

Ekman, Camilla Horn , Frieda Richard, J annings, Marlene Deitrich, Hans Albers,

Willhelm Dieterle, Yvette Guilbert. Direc­ Rosa Valetti. Directed by Josef Von

ted by F.W. Murnau. Following his triumph Sternberg. Based on Heinrich Mann's novel

with "The Last Laugh," F.W. Murnau took, 'Professor Unrath' , this is the film that

a brief holiday and then plunged into the made Marlene Dietrich an international

filming of one of the oldest legends known star and helped launch the career of Von

to the average man-the story of Faust, the Sternberg. The story is a portrait of a

man who sold his soul to the Devil for middle-aged professor who is degraded and

youth...and fell in love. Seven months in led to his destruction through his infatau­

the making, Murnau's production of t ion with a heartless cafe-entertainer. A

"Faust" has become hailed as one of the film classic, it is a penet rating picture of

finest examples of motion picture making social decay as well as one of the great

during the silent era and t he "Golden Age" classics ~f the G~rman cinema.:

of German films. 90 minutes. 94 minutes.

16 mm B & W Silent . .. . . .. . .. .. .. $247.50 16 mm B & W Sound ........... . . . $225.00

[)()CUM~~T~12""

Woodward, Willard Van Dyke; music by . absorb the profound effect of such a work. HIROSHIMA-NAGASAKI ...... . .. .1945
Virgil Thompson; produced by the Farm The hour will pass as a minute. 60 minutes. Terrifying motion pictures of the first
Security Administration. Academy Award Super 8 mm Color Sound ......... . $199.00 dropping of the atom bomb on the two
Winner-Best Documentary. This master- Japanese cities near the end of World War
piece in non-fiction film, is probably the THE PLOW THAT II. These films have been withheld from
clearest example of the power of the BROKE THE PLAINS .......... . ... 1936 public viewing for twenty years, and show
documentary film to stimulate, inform and Directed and written by Pare Lorentz; the actual dropping of the bomb, the total
entertain. The history of the Mississippi produced by the Resettlement Administra- devastation resulting, as well as the
River and its tributaries are traced to the tion . A sensitive and dramatic depiction of crippling effects of the people in the wake of
accompaniment of a rhythmic, poetic the social and-economic history of the Great the holocaust. 14 minutes.
narrative as well as the destruction of Plains from the settlement of prairies by 16 mm B & W Sound .... . ...... . ... $39.98
forests and the erosion and tragedy that cattlemen and farmers through the World Super 8 mm B & W Sound ... . .. . ... $24.98
resulted in the 1930's. Highly recommen- War I boom to drought, dust bowl and
ded. 30 minutes. depression. This was Lorentz' first film, a
Saper8mmB& WSOund. ....... . .. $36.98 documentary seldom matched, and one

which we highly recommend. 23 m i n u t e s . .


-=Iahert"
y '
Bk...... Nlso.
FASIDONS IN LOVE Super 8 aim Sound ............ .. .. $36.98
From the wild Mae West days and back to
Valentino and W.S. Hart. 12 minutes. THE TOWN ..................... . .1944
NIXON'S FAMOUS "CHECKERS" 16DB11B & W Sound .. . ............ $44.00 Directed by Josef von Sternberg. The U.S. LOUISIANA STORy ......... . ..... 1946
SPEECH .......... . . . ... . .... . .... 1952 government commissioned one of the great Produced and Directed by Robert J.
In 1952, Richard Nixon with trembling German directors to make a film on life in Flaherty. One of the film medium's greatest
voice and an occasional tear answered his HOUYWOOD THE SELZNICK YEARS an American town to be shown overseas. photographers of real life was Robert J.
accusers. This fIlm documentary is espe- An outstanding summary of David O. Madison, Indiana is the featured town, and Flatherty. His study of Eskimo life,
cially interesting because of the parallel to Selznick's career as one of Hollywood's the film explains the democratic character- NANOOK OF THE NORTH, and the lives
the "Watergate" investigation. 30 minutes. fmest producers.
XY___ ....__ ---:I:!__ Excellently narrated by istics
..J _ ___..._L .: ._ ___....-:.1.........._..-..._ ___C!_.l__.: _t.._
of the . social and civic life of the
_ .__,I _ ____...:.....L ..IL_ ____ ...__ _..._I___ _1... ....._ .____ _ _ 1 __ .: ___: • .__
~
of the people of Aran islands (MAN OF
A D A lrtt..l\ .... _ _........ ft..:.rI .... __ ....1 " .. _ ............... _lI'OoA .: _ _ ... _ ...... _

Virgil Thompson; produced by the Farm


The hour will pass as a minute. 6U mmutes. Terrifying monon pTctU~tes-OI-me-nr-st"
Security Administration. Academy Award
Super 8 mm Color Sound ... . .... . . $199.00 dropping of the atom bomb on the two
Winner-Best Documentary. This master­
Japanese cities near the end of World War
piece in non-fiction film, is probably the
THE PLOW THAT II. These films have been withheld from
clearest example of the power of the
BROKE THE PLAINS .... . .. . ... . . . 1936 public viewing for twenty years, and show
documentary film to stimulate, inform and
Directed and written by Pare Lorentz; the actual dropping of the bomb, the total
entertain. The history of t he Mississippi
produced by the Resettlement Administra­ devastation resulting, as well as the
River and its tributaries are traced to the
tion. A sensitive and dramatic depiction of crippling effects of the people in the wake of
accompaniment of a rhythmic, poetic
the social and-economic history of the Great the holocaust. 14 minutes.
narrative as well as the destruction of
Plains from the settlement (lif prairiE~s by 16mmB & W Sound .............. . $39.98
forests and the erosion and tragedy that
cattlemen and farmers through the World Super 8 mm B & W Sound .... . ..... $24.98
resulted in the 1930's. Highly recommen­
War I boom to drought, dust bowl and
ded. 30 minutes.
depression. This was Lorentz' first fil m, a
Super 8 mm B & W Sound ......... . $36.98
documentary seldom matched, and one
which we highly recommend. 23 minutes.
Super 8 min Sound .............. . . $36.98
f'laherty )
Rlellanl NIx.D
FAsmONS IN LOVE

From the wild Mae West days and back to

Valentino and W.S. Hart. 12 minutes.


THETOWN . . ..................... 1944
NIXON'S FAMOUS "CHECKERS" 16mmB & W Sound ........... . ... $44.00
Directed by Josef von Sternberg. The U.S. LOUISIANA STORY ............... 1946
S~H ......................... .1952 government commissioned one of the great Produced and Directed by Robert J.
In 1952, Richard Nixon with trembling German directors to make a film on life in Flaherty. One of the film medium's greatest
voice and an occasional tear answered his HOLLYWOOD THE SELZNICK YEARS an American town to be shown overseas. photographers of real life was Robert J.
accusers. This film documentary is espe­ An outstanding summary of David O. Madison, Indiana is the featured town, and Flatherty. His study of Eskimo life,
cially interesting because of the parallel to Selznick's career as one of Hollywood's the film explains the democratic character­ NANOOK OF THE NORTH, and the lives
the "Watergate" investigation. 30 minutes. finest producers. Excellently narrated by istics of the. social and civic life of the of the people of Aran islands (MAN OF
16 IIIIIl B & W Sound ......... . ..... $75.00 Henry Fonda, this tribute to Selznick people, with a notable absence of minority ARAN) are considered unequaled in captur­
includes interviews with Joseph Cotton, groups. 13 minutes. ing the wonder of life. With LOUISIANA
Ingrid Bergman and Alfred Hitchcock, to Super8mmB& WSOund .......... $23.98 STORY, Flaherty_ turned his camera
RESIGNATION OF PRESIDENT NIXON. name a few, and interesting personal 16. . B & W Soad............... $45.00 toward the world of the Cajuns in the
Nixon's entire resignation speech! ·15 comments from individuals that were · Louisiana bayous. Filmed for the Standard
minutes. closest to him through his most creative Bogart Oil Company of New Jersey, this documen­
1611D1l B & W Sound ............... $44.98 years. Scenes with loads of original track Touching the career of filmdom's outstand­ tary tells its story through the eyes of a
Super 8 mm B & W Sound .......... $32.98 dialogue and effects from such movie greats ing tough guy, but with dignity, realism 12-year-old Cajun youngster. The camera
as "Rebecca", "A Tale of Two Cities", and startling truths. Critique comments in follows him as he plays, hunts, fishef> , and
"David Copperfield", "Duel in the Sun", on-camera cameo appearances by Ida watches the arrival of a huge oil derrick
THE BATrLE OF SAN PIETRO ..... 1944 "Farewell to AJ:ms", "Song of Bernadette", Lupino, George Raft, Ingrid Bergman, that will be used to drill for petroleum two
Directed and narrated by Major John "Bird of Paradise", "Viva Villa", "Nothing producers/directors Joseph L. Manckie­ miles down. As we gain a new understand­
Huston. This is possibly one of the finest Sacred", "Spellbound", "Dinner at Eight", wicz and Stanley Kramer, Joan Blondell an ing of the skill of the men doing this work,
looks at warfare from the viewpoint of the "Dancing Lady", "Manhattan Melodrama", others are interlaced with numerous clips we are privileged to share in the sense of
soldier himself. Filmed by 'John Huston, "Anna Karenina", "A Star is Born", from Humphrey Bogart's 27-year screen wonder the youngster feels as the world of
working with the Signal Corps and "Prisoner of Zenda", "Adventures of Tom career. They lay it out on the line! No nature and the modern industrial world
cameraman Jules Buck, "Battle of San Sawyer", "Intermezzo", "Portrait of punches pulled! Nelson Riddle composed meet. LOUISIANA STORY is one of those
Pietro" is one of those special, hard-hitting Jennie", exciting scenes from "King King" and conducted the score, and Joseph special timeless pictures that has a magic to
films that remains as dramatic today as it and ten minutes devoted to the greatest Campanella is the host-narrator. Scenes it t hat has remained unequalled. 80
was when first released. In this uncensored achievement of Selznick's career - "GONE with loads of original track dialogue and minutes.
version of film, the emphasis is on the WITH THE WIND". Included are rare effects, carefully placed voice-over narra­ Super 8 mm B & W Sound ...... . .. $174.98
human factor of war. Here, the number of scenes from screen tests by now famous tion by Campanella, are included from
men killed in capturing an objective is stars for the role of Scarlett O'HlIra ­ CASSABLANCA, TO HAVE AND HAVE NANOOK OF mE NORTH ........ . 1922
stressed, and the uncomprehending people scenes from Ingrid Bergman's first Ameri­ NOT, THE PETRIFIED FOREST, TREA­ By Robert J . Flaherty. The world's first,
of San Pietro, unable to realize they have can film - and countless additional scenes SURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE, BARE­ and by many standards, finest documentary
been liberated by the Allies, are part of the with stars such as Jean Harlow, Clark FOOT CONTESSA, MALTESE FALCON, ever made. Flaherty's epic of Eskimo life is
overall picture of men coping with World Gable, Greta Garbo, Wallace Berry, J oan KEY LARGO and many others. All time a classic in motion picture history. 'The
War II. Excellent for anyone interested in Crawford, W.C. Fields, Fred Astaire, screen favorites are included like: Edward picture was lived, not staged . ..completely
history or war footage . 39 minutes. Gregory Peck, Vivian Leigh, Loretta G. Robinson, Leslie Howard, Joan Blondell, real,' Bill Leonard, CBS. 'NANOOK is the
16 mm B & W Sound . .. . .... ... ... $110.00 Young, Lana Turner, Susan Hayward, Claude Rains, Laurel Becall, Ingrid Berg- best film report on the unchanging nature
_. J ennifer J ones, Carole Lombard, William man, Calire Trevor and many many others and hardships of this species of primitive
THE RIVER ...... . ...... . .... ... .. 1937 Powell, Myrna Loy, Ronald Colman, Leslie from yesterday and today's cinema world. man , the Eskimo,'- Bosley Crowther, New
Directed and written by Pare Lorentz; Howard, Dolores Del Rio and many many 55 minutes. York Times. 55 minutes.
photographed by Floyd Crosby, Stacy more. You will view this film many times to Saper8 mm Color Sound ... . ... . .. "99.00 Super 8 mm B & W Silent . .. . ..... .$75.98

Hollywood Film Exchange Fall 1976 23


~XV~~I,"~~TAL ~ti()~T~

LOT IN SODOM .... ..... ... . ...... 1933 UN CHIEN ANDALOU [An Andalusian FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER .. 1929 LIFE AND DEATH OF 9413
Directors: J .S. Watson, Melville Webber. Dog] ..... . . . . . . .. ..... . . . ..... .. 1929 Director: James S. Watson; Story and art
A HOLLYWOOD EXTRA . ... . . 1928
A cinematic version of "t hat wicked city of Directors: Salvador Dali, Luis Bunriel. We direct ion: Melville Webber. A great deal of
Silent. Written and directed by Robert
the plain, upon which God sent destruction present the complete version which in­ effort was expended in attempting to
F lorey ("Frankenstein ," "Cocoanuts") De­
and t.he saving of God's man, Lot." "A cludes the notorious eye-slitting and rape visually convey the fearful and the macabre
signed, photographed and edited by Slavko
scintillating study of sensual pleasure and scenes. "A successful film is what the of the Poe story. Light on a wall board is
Vorkapich; Closeups by Gregg Toland
corruption, full of subtle imagery. . .its majority of people who saw it t hought. But used instead of painted sets. There is
("Citizen Kane," "Wuthering Heights ,"
brilliant array of diaphanous shots and what can I do about people who are crazy optical distortion through use of prisms and
etc.) This is the first important American
scenes were so smoothly synthesized on t he for anything new, even if the novelty out­ original use of multiple exposures and
experimental film heavily influenced by
screen that the elements of each composi· rages their inmost convictions , or about a dissolves. 15 minutes . "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari." Produced in
tiOl seem to melt and flow into each other novel and insincere press, or about the pack 16 mm B & W Sound .. . ... ... . .. ... $55.00
France on a minute budget, this expression­
with extraordinary irridescence." - Lewis of imbeciles who found beauty or poetry in Super 8 mm B & W Silent .......... $17.50
ist satirical fantasy concerns the dreams of
Jacobs . 28 minutes.
what is, in essence, nothing less than a Mr. Jones who desires to become a movie
16mm B & W Sound ....... . ....... S99.00
desperate, passionate appeal to murder." BALLET MECANIQUE ............ 1924 star - but ends up starving to death. 13
- Luis Bunuel. 15 minutes. Silent. Directed by Fernand Leger . with minutes.
16 mm B & W Silent . . ............. S75.00

Dudley Murphy; Photographed by Man Ray 16 mm B & W Silent . ... ....... . .. . S39.50
SALOME ......................... 1922 and Murphy;Featuring: Kiki. One of the Super 8 mm B & W Silent .. .... . . . . S12.50
Super 8 mm B & W Silent ......... . S25.00

Silent. DiI:ector: Charles Bryant; Cinemato­ landmark experimental films from the
grapher: Char les Van Enger; Design and 1920's using common household objects, UBERFALL [Accident] [Germany] . .. 1929
costumes: Natacha Rambova (Mrs . Rudolph L'ETOILE DE MER [Star of the Sea] 1928 machinery, and human beings in abstracted Silent. Direct or; Erno Metzner; Cast:
Silent. An attempt to create close-ups and reflected multiple imagery. Heinrich Gotho, Sybille Schmitz. A
Valentino;) Cast: Mme. Alia Nilzimova,
visually the mood and images suggest by Leger transferred some of the subject German street" film which presents, with
U

Mitchelle Lewis, Nigel DeBrulier. A lush


Robert Desnos' surrealist poem. Featuring matter of his famed painting t o film and almost documentary realism, a street
spectacle from the wor k by Oscar Wilde,
Kiki, the famous French model of the created a surreal juxtaposition of the robbery. Produced in a socio-psychological
telling of St. J ohn the Baptist reproving manner , it was banned by Nazi censors as
1920's. 13 minutes. animate and inanimate. 12 minutes.
Herod of marrying Herodias , who was his'
sister-in-law, and spurning Salome's pas­ 16mmB&WSilent ............... S37.50 16 mm B & W Silent . .. ..... .. . ... . S37.50 brut alizing and demoralizing, however
Super 8mm B & W Silent ........... S10.50 Super 8 mm B & W Silent . .. . . .... . S18.50 true. 16 minut es.
sion. It,is one of the boldest, most 16 mm B & W Silent .. .. .. . . ....... $49.00
expensive experiments in stylization , but
was commercially a disaster. 35 minut es. EMAK BAKIA ....... . ....... .. ... 1927 LAMBETH WALK - HITLER STYLE . . . ENTR'ACTE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '1924
16 mm B & W Silent ......... . ..... S80.00 Silent. All of the principles .... . . . . .. . . . . . . .. .. . .......... 1944
Silent. Director: Rene Clair; Cast: Jean
of Surrealism are followed in t his unconven­ Direct or: Len Lye. A delightful short film
Borlin, Inge Fries, Francis Picabia, Man
t ional film which includes a short sequence which pUrports to show Hitler and his elite
Ray, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie, Georges
THE WIZARD'S APPRENTICE . .. .. 1930 where Ray throws the camera into t he air . guard marching and dancing to that most
Auric, Marcel Archard, Pierre Scize, Rolf
Director: Sidney Leves; Producer: William 15 minutes. British of all popular songs during World
de Marc, Touchagues. One of the most
Camer on Menzies , Hugo Riesenfeld; Based 16mmB& W Silent .... . .... . . ... . 549.50 War II. 5 minutes.
famous dada-surreal films produced during
on Dukas' "The Sorceror's Apprentice ." SuPer 8 mm B & W Silent . . . .. . . ... SI9.50 16mmB& W Sound . .. . .. . ........ $19.95
the avant garde film movement in the
This "Ufa" style film appears to be the 1920's. Inanimate objects start to have a
predecessor t o the Mickey Mouse Sorceror GHOSTS BEFORE BREAKFAST .. .. 1906
will of their own. An incredible hearse
sequence in "Fantasia." It is a great fantasy SYMPHONIE DIAGNALE Germany . 1921 Silent . Dirtcted by Hans Richter; Cast:
drawn by a camel takes off on a chase in a
wit h "CaIigari" type sets and wonderful Silent. Directed by Viking Eggeling. An Darius Milhaud, Hindemith, Ritcher. A
typical scene from this macabre film. 18
special effects. 10 minutes. abstract film , made by the ' early collabora­ famo us abst ract film with absurd juxtaposi­
minut es.
16 mm B & W Sound ... .... ....... . S29.00 t or of Hans Richter. 10 minutes tions . 9 minutes.
16 mm B & W Silent ......... . ..... $75.00
16 mm Color Tint Sound .. . ........ S49.00 16 mm B & W Silent . . . ~ . 7' . . .. . . .. S25.00 16 mm B & W Silent ... .... . . . .. .. . S40.00
Super 8 mm B & W Silent ...... .. .. $22.50

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expensive experiments in stylization, but


was commercially a disaster. 35 minutes. EMAK BAKIA .................. .. 1927 LAMBETH WALK - HITLER STYLE ...
ENTR'ACTE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. -1924
16 nun B & W Silent ............... $80.00 Silent. All of the principles ............. . . . ............... 1944
Silent. Director: Rene Clair; Cast: Jean
of Surrealism are followed in this unconven­ Director: Len Lye. A delightful short film
Borlin. Inge Fries, Francis Picabia. Man
tional film which includes a short sequence which purports to show Hitler and his elit e
Ray. Marcel Duchamp. Erik Satie. Georges
THE WIZARD'S APPRENTICE .. . . . 1930 where Ray throws the camera into the air . guard marching and dancing t o that most
Auric. Marcel Archard. Pierre Scize. Rolf
Director: Sidney Leves; Producer: William 15 minutes. British of all popular songs during World
de Marc. Touchagues. One of the most
Cameron Menzies, Hugo Riesenfeld; Based 16 nun B & W Silent . ........ . .. . .. $49.50 War II. 5 minutes.
famous dada-surreal films produced during
on Dukas' "The Sorceror's Apprentice." SuPer 8 mm B & W Silent ... ... . . . . $19.50 16 nun B & W Sound ..... . . . . ... ... $19.95
the avant garde film movement in the
This "Ufa" style film appears to be t he 1920's. Inanimate objects start to have a
predecessor to the Mickey Mouse Sorceror GHOSTS BEFORE BREAKFAST .. .. 1906
will of their own. An incredible hearse
sequence in "Fantasia." It is a great fantasy SYMPHONIE DIAGNALE Germany .1921 Silent. DirE:cted by Hans Richter; Cast:
drawn by a camel takes off on a chase in a
with "Caligari" type sets and wonderful Silent. Directed by V i~ing Eggeling. An Darius Milhaud. Hindemith. Ritcher. A
typical scene from this macabre film. 18
special effects. 10 minutes. abstract film, made by the early collabora­ famous abstract film with absurd juxtaposi­
minutes.
16nunB& W Sound .. .... .... . .. .. $29.00 tor of Hans Richter. 10 minutes tions . 9 minutes.
16 nun B & W Silent . . _. . .......... $75.00
16 nun Color Tint Sound .......... . $49.00 16 nun B & W Silent ... ~ . ; .. . ... . . . $25.00 16 nun B & W Silent .. . .. ........ . . $40.00
Super 8 mm B & W Silent ..... . .... $22.50

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THE ROAD TO RUIN . .. . ........ .. 1927 down the road to ruin. Une catches a social
THE DEATH WEED [Silent with music jump into t he ocean in their birthday suits
Helen Foster, Virginia Roye. Grant · disease, the other becomes pregnant. track] - some, never to return! You'll love the
Withers, Tom Carr. Florence Turner. undergoes a crude abort ion and winds up Ben Wilson, Reed Howes, Yakima Canutt . part when the heroine t urns int o a dope
Directed by Norton S. Parker. From the in a house of ill repute. A lit tle grabber to It looks like an episode from a silent serial, smoker-dealer, plots to kidnap her sister's
silent era comes this semi-camp warning to rank along with such 'warning' pictures as but in reality, beneath it s mild-mannered daught er, and then finds out the little girl is
parents about loose morality. The film's SEX MADNESS, REEFER MAbNESS guise , it's a super-war ning against .. .you really her own daughter she gave up at
main characters are two young ladies who and others of their type . 43 minutes. guessed it Marijuana! That's right, even in birth! Note: See if you can recognize Lucille
live a fast, wild life and begin their journey 16 nun B & W Silent ........ .. .. .. $145.00
t he silent days, marijuana was the biggest Ball in the initial barroom sequences. 63
object of evil- outside of clut ching hands minutes.
and enemy invaders. Here , in this western 16 nun B & W Sound .. ... ......... $185.00
melodrama, a young man, engaged to t he
ranch owner's daughter, smokes a mari­
juana cigarette and finds more than just t he
usual bad trip- -his future fath er - in~law has PROMISES, PROMISES . . ... .. ..... 1963
Jayne Mansfield, Marie McDonald, Tommy
been shot by a fired ranch hand (who gave Noonan, Mickey Hargitay, Fritz Feld, T.C.
our hero the reefers). As if this wasn't
enough, the st alwart, t rue blue foreman Jones , Eddie Quillan. Directed by King
decides to take the blame for the shoot ing Donovan. The fabulous Jayne Mansfield
r and protect the young lovers. Hokey? You meets Marie 'The Body' McDonald in a
lively 'adult' comedy t hat received exten­
I better believe it! But it's also a lot of fun. 15
minut es.
sive pictorial coverage at the t ime of its
release in such publications as Playboy. A
16mmB& W Sound ....... .. . . . ... $47.50

Super 8 B & W Sound .. . .. . .. . . .. .. $24.98 madhouse oflove. marital mixups and other
things, PROMISES; PROMISES pairs the
luscious Jayne with Tommy Noonan as a
MARIJUANA: WEED WITH ROOTS IN couple whose marriage is in danger of
HELL . ... ... ... . .... ... _.. . . .... . . 1936 falling apart . One reason is that the two are
Director: Dwaine Esper; Cast: Harly childless (not for lack of t rying!). A
Wood , Huge McArthur . Another out rage­ six-mont h cruise seems to be t he answer to
ously camp anti-marijuana feature. This getting back together again, and t he fact
time "good kids" turn into maniacs after t hat their best friends (Marie and Mickey
they smoke t he weed, during the days when Hargitay) are also on t he ship adds to their
!'eer was only 5 cents. A few puffs and girls optimism. Noted female impersonator T.C.
24 Hollywood Film Exchange Fall 1976
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Jones made this screen debut in tbe role of hire an unemployed actor t o go to an MYSTERY OF THE LEAPING FISH .1916
the ship's hairdresser, while Imogene Coca attractive lady psychiatrist. The plot; our Director: John Emerson; Cast : Douglas
makes a surprise cameo appearance during hero. will relate each psychotic's problem Fairbanks, Bessie Love. This was Fair­
the madness. This is the uncut version that and t hen return with the doctor's answer. banks' only "short" and it is simply a
caused a bit of excitement in this initial But when the actor start s relating each hilarious and incredible parody on Sherlock
release. PROMISE S, PROMISES is an different problem-in t he voice an man­ Holmes and dope. Doug is known as "Coke
interesting adult comedy with the Mans­ nerism of each 'nut'-the doctor t hinks she E nnyday" who sniffs cocaine and shoots up
field body maintaining its powerful effect. was uncovered a personality with more with dope through the whole zany comedy.
75 minutes. layers than a fruit cake! Det ermined to 20 minutes
Super 8 mm B & W Sound ... .. .... $169.00 make psychiatric history, the doctor sets up 16mm B & W Silent . . . . . .. .... . ... $57.50
a closed-circuit mass consulation witll Super 8 mm B & W Silent . . ...... . . $18.60
leading psychoanalysis all over t he world
via t elevision. But , as expected , another SEX MADNESS [They Must Be Told .1934
3 NUTS IN SEARCH OF A BOLT Original 'nut ' fouls t hings up .. .the closed-circuit This is the high-camp predecessor of the
Uncut Version . . ... ..... . . .... . . . . . 1964 telecast winds up being picked up by popular "Reefer Madness," but instead of
Mamie Van Doren, Tommy Noonan, Ziva regular television channels . The result; the indulging in a bit of "Texas Tea," the young
Rodann , Paul Gilbert, J ohn Cronin. Zesty average viewer finds t he 'tr ue-life' psycho­ set gets turned on by burlesque shows. One
adult comedy is the name of the game wit h analysis better than soap opera! What thing leads to another and the subject of
t ouches of slapstick added. The three 'Nuts' happens after wards and how if affects the this film is venereal disease. This style of
are t hree neurot ic individuals (Mamie Van lives of the doct or, her unorthodox 'patient' exploitation film was often shown by
Doren, Paul Gilbert and John Cronin) who, and t he three kooks who hired him makes traveling film people who bought out the Thi. i. "the" 1937 warninc; 10 100.. women.

not wanting to face a p-sychiatrist, decide on for a different comedy that is recommended theatre and had two shows a night. 51 A 111m c1auic - now an unparalleled comedy.

a r ather bizarre plan . They pool their for mature adults. 79 minutes. minutes.
money , and their respect ive neuroses , and Super 8 mm B & W Sound .... .. ... $169.00 16 mm B & W Sound . . .......... . . $130.00

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SONG OF FREEDOM ....... . ... : . 1930's inclu,ded for the film's Hades sequence. 50 late Jackie Mabley, whose stage character fore r unner to "The Shaft, Superfly" and
Paul Robeson, Elizabeth Welch . An early minutes. of 'Moms' has become somet hing of · an other black heroes! 75 minutes .
Paul Robeson pictur e from the 30's in which 16mm B & W Sound .......... . ... $150.00 institution. 70 minutes. Super 8 mm B & W Sound . .. .. .... $139.98
the great singer's t alent can be heard . The 16mmB & W Sound . . .. . ...... . . . $179.00
plot is simple-:-a descenda~t of sl~ves longs KILLER DILLER .... .. ... . . ... . .. . 1948
to. r eturn to hIS homeland m AfrIca t o help. Th e K'mg C0 Ie T rIO,
' A nd y K'lr k & . H'IS JERICHO ................. . ....... 1937 SANDE RS OF THE RiVER . . .... . . . 1935
hIS people throw off the yoke of oppr eSSIon 0 h ' t B tt fl M Q D t Paul Robeson , Henry Wilcoxon , Wallace Paul Robeson , Leslie Banks, Robert
and ignorance . To do this he earns the I rc es ra, ~ ~r y' , c ueen, . us y
money he needs by becoming a famous Flet cher, ~ackle Mom~ Mabley. DIrected Ford. Directed by Thornton Freeland. The Cochran. Directed by Zolt an Kor da. From
opera singer. 70 minutes . by Jo~h Bmne:>: . ~ere ~ another all-black late Paul Robeson brings his magnificent t he pen of Edgar Wallace, one of England's
16 mm B & W Sound ............ . . $169.00 cast pIcture , thIS time In the realm of the voice and presence to this vintage adven­ most popular and prolific writers of
low-budget musical, utilizing popular enter­ ture drama that could serve as the ancestor mystery and adventure, comes this adven­
tainers of the period. In this case , t he 'plot' of the "Black Hero" film so popular today . ture of Mrica. Adapted from Wallace's
of t he film, such as it is, is built around a Robeson is a soldier who has been convicted short stories, 'Sanders' deals with an officel
GO DOWN DEATH . .. . .. . . . . .. . . . . 1944 filmed stage show of t he late 40s in which on some unknown charge. He manages to of the river patrol , tracking down t hose
Myra D. Hemmings, Samuel H. Jones , var ious popular performers do their thing. flee from France in the days prior to World seeking to br eak t he law and stirring up
Eddy L. Houston . Directed by Spencer While the act s go on, t he film tells of a War II and makes it to Africa. Soon, he's rebellion among the native tribes. A rar e
Williams. A 'heaven and hell' religious would-be magician who makes t he fiance of living like a sheik, romancing a beautiful film, featuring famed singer Paul Robeson.
drama with an all-black cast. A small-town the th el!~~~ ~~2:g_er disB:pp_~ar in a magic princess and saving his white comrades in 80 minutes.
_ _ ___ _ Y1I 0 .... 1 C'I
ULACI\ r=IL,"~

SONG OF FREEDOM . . . . . ... . .. : . 1930's included for the film's Hades sequence. 50 late Jackie Mabley, whose stage character forerunner to "Th e Shaft, Superfly" and
Paul Robeson, Elizabet h Welch . An early minutes. of ,'Moms' has become something of· an other black heroes! 75 minutes.
P aul Robeson picture from the 30's in which 16mm B & W Sound .............. SI50.00 institution. 70 minutes . Super 8 mm B & W Sound ..... .... S139.98
the great singer 's t alent can be heard. The 16 mm B & W Sound ... . .. ........ SI79.00
plot is simple-a descendant of slaves longs
to return t o his homeland in Africa t o help KILLE~ DILLER . : ......... . .: . .. . 194~
his people thr ow off the yoke of oppression. The Kmg Cole TrlO, Andy Klrk & Hls JERICHO ............ . . .......... . 1937 SANDERS OF THE RIVER . . ... . : .. 1935
and ignorance . To do this he earns t he Orchestra. B~tt~rfly .. McQUeen . . Dusty
I
Paul Robeson. Henry Wilcoxon. Wallace Paul Robeson. Leslie Banks. Robert
money he needs by becoming a famous Flet cher, ~ackle Mom~ Mabley . Dlrected Ford. Directed by Thornton Freeland . The Cochran. Direct ed by Zoltan Korda. From
opera singer. 70 minut es. by Jo~h Bmne~. ~ere ~ another all-black late Paul Robeson brings his magnificent the pen of Edgar Wallace, one of England's
16 mm B & W Sound ... ...... ... .. SI69.00 cast pIcture, thIS time m the realm of the voice and presence to this vintage adven­ most popular and prolific writers of
low-budget musical, utilizing popular enter­ ture drama that could serve as t he ancestor myst ery and advent ure. comes this adven­
t ainer s of t he period. In this case, the 'plot' of the "Black Hero" filin so popular today. ture of Afr ica. Adapted from Wallace's
of the film, such as it is, is built around a Robeson is a soldier who has been convicted short st ories , 'Sanders' deals wit h an officel
GO DOWN DEATH . .. ....... .. .. .. 1944 filmed stage show of the late 40s in which on some unknown charge. He manages to of the river patrol, tracking down t hose
Myra D. Hemmings, Samuel H. Jones, various popular performers do their thing. flee from France in the days prior to World seeking to break the law and stirring up
Eddy L. Houst on. Directed by Spencer While t he acts go on, the film tells of a War II and makes it to Africa. Soon. he's rebellion among t he native tribes. A rare
Williams. A 'heaven and hell' religious would-be magician who makes the fiance of living like a sheik, romancing a beautiful film, featuring famed singer Paul Robeson.
drama with an all-black cast. A small-town t he theater's manager disappear in a magic princess and saving his white comrades in 80 minutes.
minister finds his reputation questioned in a cabinet. A group of pseudo-Keystone cops the bargain. This vintage "black" motion 16mmB & W Sound .. . . .. . .... .. . S189.00
film that caused t he VILLIAGE VOICE to give chase ...a pursuit t hat pops up at odd picture caused film historian, Peter Nobel
declaire "Had he (director Spencer I t imes during the film . Definit ely cornball, to remark in his book, THE NEGRO IN
Williams) the opportunity to work with with stereotypes galore, what makes this FILMS, "How American audiences in the PARADISE IN HARLEM ...... . . .. . 1940
. something more of a budget, Williams I film interesting is the look at some of the South must have reacted to a Negro hero. Mamie Smith, Frankie Wilson . Five hun­
might have become an American Fellini or musicians and performer of the era who was twice as intelligent. attractive and dred and ninety voices blend in song in this
Bunuel." Footage from the wor ks of I (including a young Nat 'King' Cole with a heroic as the white characters in the films. all Black musical. 70 minutes.
pioneer filmmaker Georges Melies is moust ache!) . One of t he performers is the One can only hazard a guess..... The 16 mm B & W Sound . . .. . . ... . ... . $185.00

IV~

JULIUS CAESAR .. . .......... . . .. . 1970 CAPTAIN MARVEL .... .. . . . . ... .. 1941


William Shakespeare's powerful play which SHAZAM! It's Captain Marvel! Billy Baston
shows the pageantry and action that and his alter ego Marvel, set out to capture
dominated the tragic struggle for power in the evil "Scorpion" in 12 exciting Republic
ancient Rome. Charlton Heston as Marc chapters. The Scorpion's mission is to
Anthony and Jason Robards as Brutus. 116
minutes.
Super 8 nun Color Sound .......... S350.00
I secure a series of powerful lenses, when
properly aligned. is capable of turning rocks
into gold! Watch rugged Tom Tyler in his
most exciting role, chapter after chapter.
Now available for the first time in the
Unit ed States! Don't settle for the edited
THE ROAD TO BALI . ......... . . . .. 1952 overseas version. Sorry, serial must be /'
Bob Hope and Bing Crosby on a hilarious
stop on the unforgettable comedy t rail that
purchased in it's complete form; we cannot
sell individual chapters. The quality of our :.
(\
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spanned the globe. 90 minutes. print s are breathtaking. · ~jl~
Super 8 nun Color Sound ..... . .... S249.00 I Super 8 nun B & W Sound . .. . .. . .. S450.00 Captain Marvel

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Mar-x l3r-u~. Juhn Wayne an exciting combat film set in WWII under HOPPITY GOES TO TOWN
the direction of Allan Dwan. 109 minutes. An insect community is in danger from
Super 8 B & W Sound . . ......... . . $299.00 becoming extinct, when humans decide to
LOVE HAPPY .. . . . . . . ... . .. .. . .. . . 1950 RIO GRANDE .... . ... . . . .. . ... .. .. 1950 use a short cut. To make matters worse ,
The Marx Brothers on film for the last t ime. John Wayne stars in the last chapter in our hero Hoppity finds his girl in the
Diamonds, t hieves, chases , anarchy, 85 John Ford's cavalry t rilogy. Indians and clutches of C. Bagley Beetle and his
mi nut t~ s . troopers clash in Monument Valley, a great henchmen. Watch this excit ing and funny
Car-t()()n~
Super 8 run B & W Soun<l . .. . . .. . . $229.00 Western. 105 minutes. full-length cartoon produced by Max
Super 8 B & W Sound .. .. . . . . .. . .. $299.00 Fleisher, with music by Hoagy Carmichael.
A NIGHT IN CASABLANCA . .. . .. . . 1946 Super 8 nun Color Sound .. .. .. . . . $199.00
Groucho, Harpo and Chico take over a hotel GULLIVERS TRAVELS .. . . ........ 1939
and destroy decorum with their special THE QUIET MAN ......... . . . . .... . 1952

John Wayne as a boxer who returns to Director: Dave Fleischer; Producer: Max
brand of chaos . 84 minutes. . Fleischer. A delightful and imaginative BEITY BOOP ... . ............ .. . . 1930's
Ireland from America. He woos his lady and
Super 8 nun B & W Sound ... . .. . .. $250.00 battles her father in a comedy romance version of this famous (1726) work, which The fabulous flapper in 8 new, beautiful
directed by John Ford. 129 minutes . was originally intended as a political satire. color versions: Minnie The Moocher, Old
COPACABANA ... . .. . .. . . . . . .. ... . 1947 Super 8 Color Sound .. . . . .. . ...... $350.00 The animation and songs are first r ate. This Man of the Mountain, Snow White, Ha Ha
Carmen Miranda sings uTico Tico". Groucho was the second full-length feature animated Ha, I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, Betty
act s as her agent . The result is indescriba­ cartoon, and the Fleischer's attempt to Boop for President , Penthouse, Rise to
ble. 91 minutes. SANDS OF IWO J IMA . . . . . . . . .. .... 1949 match the success of Disney's Snow White. Fame. 7-9 minut es each.
Super 8 mm B & W Sound ... . .. . . . $250.00 John Wayne turns recruits int o marines in 77 minutes.Super 8 nun Color Sound$I99.00 Super 8 Colo.. Sound ........ . . $24.95 each

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Those lovable chipmunks, Chip 'n' Dale,
MICKEY'S DELAYED DATE

Mickey forgets his date with Minnie for

!!erella's Fairy Godmother sing "BIBBIDI


BOBBIDI BOO" as she t ransforms Cinder­
Ca r-t()()n~ plague Donald as he tries to vacation at a
trailer camp. They play a cat-and-mouse
game with Donald and finally turn Donald's
"Hardtime Party" dance. Finally makes it

on t ime with Pluto's help, but not before a

wild dash through the streets wit h a

ella from rags to riches.


ALICE AND THE WmTE RABBIT
Super 8mm Color

Approx ima te ly 10 min .. . . .. .. .. $19.95 camp into a shambles.


chuckle at every corner!
In this adaptation of the Walt Disney
animated version of t he famous Carroll
LONESOME GHOSTS CLocK CLEANERS MOOSE HUNTERS
classic, ALICE IN WONDERLAND, a
Mickey, Donald and Goofy in a nightmare of
Mickey , Donald and Goofy r un a ghost Those lovable Disney characters, Mickey,
r ushing white rabbit with a watch gets the
exterminating agency . They receive a call midair balancing as they run into compli­ Donald and Goofy, team up to hunt moose .
better of Alice's curiosity. She follows him
from lonely and bored ghosts to come to cations cleaning huge clocks on a high Dressed as J "vamp" decoys , Goofy and
t o his home, but bites off more than she can
t heir house. After a number of hair-raising tower. Donald lure a bull moose toward Mickey ­ chew when she eats some of h is size­
episodes, the ghosts are finally chased out T EA F OR TWO HUNDRED with hilarious consequences.
controlling candy.
by Mickey and his pals. Donald's peaceful picnic is turned into a riot
by invasion of thousands of ants. Donald DUEL OF THE WIZARDS
KNIGHT FOR A DAY CLOWN OF THE JUNGLE . .. . .... ... .. .
Young Prince Arthur is changed into a bird
has a fit and you will have fits of laughter. When Donald Duck takes his camera into

Goofy pinch-hits for a knight, jousting for by Merlin the Magician, and a hawk chases
the championship and the hand of the THREE LITTLE PIGS the jungle, an Aracuan bird - known as the
him into the clutches of the terrible wizard,
princess. A nightmare of fun follows as Walt Disney's animated production of the clown of the jungle - keeps popping up,
Mad Madam Mim. Using unique wizard
Goofy becomes a hero and wins the dauntless trip defying the Big .Bad Wolf r uining all his pictures. Don works himself
warfare, Merlin and Mim fight a wizard's
princess. into a frenzy as the conflict develops into a
duel and transform themselves into fantas­
captures the true meaning of this ancient madcap comedy.

LION AROUND
Donald's
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fable . Another Disney Academy Award
.
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tic animals. This comic contest comes to an
end when Merlin outwits the terrible Mad
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Those lovable chipmunks, Chip 'n' Dale,
MICKEY'S DE LAYED DATE

Mickey forgets his date wit h Minnie for

r.erella's Fairy Godmother sing "BIBBIDI


BOBBIDI BOO" as she transforms Cinder ­
Ca ..-t()()n §
plague Donald as he t ries to vacation at a
t railer camp. They play a cat-and-mouse
"Hardtime Party" dance. Finally makes it

on time with Pluto's help, but not before a

ella from rags to riches.


ALICE AND m E WHIT E RABBIT
Super 8mm Color
game with Donald and finally turn Donald's wild dash through t he streets with a

In t his adaptation of the Walt Disney


Approximately 10 mi n .. .... . . .. $1 9.95
camp into a shambles. chuckle at every corner!

animated version of the famous Carroll


LONESOME GHOSTS
CLOCK CLE ANERS MOOSE HUNTERS
classic, ALICE IN WONDERLAND , a
Mickey, Donald and Goofy run a ghost
Mickey, Donald and Goofy in a night mare of Those lovable Disney characters, Mickey,
r ushing white rabbit with a watch gets t he
exterminating agency. They receive a call
midair balancing as t hey run into compli­ Donald and Goofy , team up to hunt moose.
bet ter of Alice's curiosity . She follows him
from lonely and bored ghosts to come to
cations cleaning huge clocks on a high Dresse,d as "vamp" decoys, Goofy and
to his home , but bites off more than she can
t heir house . After a number of hair-raising
tower . Donald lure a bull moose toward Mickey ­ chew when she eats some of his size­
episodes, the ghosts are finally chased out
T EA F OR TWO HUNDRED with hilarious consequences.
controlling candy.
by Mickey and his pals.
Donald's peaceful picnic is tur ned into a riot DUEL OF THE WIZARDS
by invasion of t housands of ants. Donald CLOWN OF THE J UNGLE .. . . . . . . ... . . .
Young Prince Arthur is changed into a bird
KNIGHT FOR A DAY

has a fit and you will have fits of laughter . When Donald Duck takes his camer a into
by Merlin the Magician, and a hawk chases
Goofy pinch-hits for a knight, jousting for

t he championship and the hand of t he


THREE LITTLE PIGS t he jungle, an Aracuan bird - known as t he
him into the clutches of the terrible wizard,
princess. A nightmare of fun follows as
Walt Disney's animated product ion of t he clown of the jungle - keeps popping up,
Mad Madam Mim. Using unique wizard
Goofy becomes a hero and wins the
dauntless t rip defying t he Big .Bad Wolf ruining all his pict ures. Don works himself
warfare, Merlin and Mim fight a wizard's
princess.
into a frenzy as the conflict develops into a
duel and transfor m themselves into fantas­
capt ures the t rue meaning of t his ancient madcap comedy.

fable. Another Disney Academy Award t ic animals. This comic contest comes to an
LION AROUND
end when Merlin outwits t he terrible Mad
winner!
Donald's nephews masquerade as a fake

lion and swipe pies from Donald. When


UGLY DUCKLING
Donald realizes he has been duped, he
Hans Christian Andersen's most famous
Madam Mim. J()und

chases 8.fter them but meets a real lion


fable is brought to life in Walt Disney's
instead. Then the fun begins with a great
Academy Award-winning production of the
THE DWARF'S DILEMMA
Ca..-t()()n§

Delight when Snow White sends the seven


dwarfs outside to wash their hands for
big roar.
story of the unwanted and unloved Super 8mm Color supper. The dwarfs sing "BLUDDLE­
duckling. Ap pr oximately 10 min . . ... . . . . . $29.95 UDDLE-UMDUM" in this animated se­
GOOD SCOUTS

While on a camping trip with his nephews,


PLUTO'S FLEDGLING quence from the Academy Award-winning
BRER RABBIT AND THE TAR BABY
Donald tangles with a bear and a geyser.
When Orville, a baby bird, falls out of his Join the fun and watch Brer Fox and Brer film .
Real fun for all!
nest, Pluto takes pity on the little fledgling Bear scheme to catch Brer Rabbit. Sure ROBIN HOOD AND LlTILE JOHN
TORTOISE AND THE HARE
and teaches him to fly . Through a series of enough Brer Rabbit falls in for the trap and Robin's quite the fox when he and Little
The old adage "slow and steady wins the
hilarious sequences the two become air­ gets all stuck up in the Tar Baby. But it John masquerade as gypsies and gyp Prince
race" is cleverly adapted to Walt Disney's
borne in this fun -filled escapade. doesn't take long' for the crafty rabbit to John out of ill-gotten taxes . This new
Academy Award Winner - THE TOR­
work his way out of the sticky mess . Disney animated wor k promises to be a
DONALD AND P L UTO merry one. Enjoy the talents of Peter
TOISE AND THE HARE!
Need a plumber? Call for Donald and Pluto THE MAD TEA PARTY Ustinov, Brian Bedford, Phil Harris, Ter ry­
TRICK OR TREAT
and watch how a small leak can turn into a Sing "THE UNBIRTHDAY SONG'" along Thomas and Roger Miller singing "OO-DE­
Donald plays tricks on his nephews on
big flood. When Pluto swallows a magnet, with Alice, the Mad Hatter and the March LALLY."
Halloween night. Riding her brookstick,
mirth and mischief go on a rampage in this Hare at The Mad Tea Party, from the Walt
Hazel the witch , comes to the rescue,
laugh-riot cartoon. Disney's animated adaption of Lewis PETER PAN MEETS CAPTAIN HOOK
making it a spook-fun-night for all .
PLUTO'S CHRISTMAS TREE Carroll's immortal comedy classic ALICE The eyil Captain Hook has kidnapped
THREE FOR BREAKFAST
Mickey chops down a Christmas tree not IN WONDERLAND. the Indian Princess, Tiger Lily. Peter Pan
Th('se mischievous chipmunks, Chip 'n'
realizing it's the home of those fun-loving and Wendy follow him to Skull Rock where
Dale, try to swipe pancakes from Donald.
chipmunks, Chip 'n' Dale. While Pluto MATCH OF THE CENTURY .. . .... . ... . Peter disguises his voice to confuse Hook.
The chipmunks are frustrated as Donald
decorates it, they drive him into utter Come to the Isle of Naboombu and see the An exciting duel between Peter Pan and
Captain Hook leads to a suspenseful finish
fools them with a rubber pancake, but the
frenzy with their hilarious, mischievous wildest soccer match of the century-play­
gag finally backfires on Donald.
antics. A fun film for the whole family, all ed by animals! A fast-paced sequence of in this Disney animated film .
year 'round. animation and live action from the hilarious
GOOFY'S GLIDER
Walt Disney feature, BEDKNOBS AND PRINCE AND THE DRAGON
You will howl with laughter as you watch
OLYMPIC CHAMP BROOMSTICKS. Thrill as 'Prince Phillip comes to t he rescue
Goofy demonstrate how to fly . He runs, he
Goofy stars as an Olympic contestant in of the beautiful princess who was put to
uses a slingshot and skates, a roller coaster
t rack and field events in this side-splitting CINDERELLA'S F AIRY GODMOTHE R sleep by the wicked fairy. To save the
take-off and finally ' a cannon_ Hilariously
"history" of the famed Olympic games. A The age-old story of the maid who wins t he princess he must defeat the dragon who is
funny_
great film for Goofy and sports fans . heart of a handsome prince. Hear Cin­ t he evil fairy in disguise.
26 . Hollywood Film Exchange Fall 1976
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MONSTRO THE WHALE .


MONSTER FROM UNDER THE SEA
LOVEBUGH53 THE MAGIC KINGDOM AT WALT

This sequence shows Pinocchio, that happy­


See Kirk Douglas and James Mason, aboard
See Herbie's exciting capers in this episode DISNEY WORLD

go-lucky hero, at the bottom of the sea in


the mystery ship Nautilus, battIe a giant
from Walt Disney Productions' HERBIE , You'll discover a new world of entertain­

search of his father who has been swallowed


squid. Jules Verne's most compelling novel
RIDES AGAIN. He's the same 01' Love Bug ment unlike any other vacation destination.

by Monstro the Whale. After some hair­


becomes alive on t he screen.
but is full of new tricks involving Ken Berry This specially produced film tour takes you

raising episodes, Pinocchio and his father


and Stephanie Powers. to such memorable attractions as the

emerge triumphant.
ISLAND OF MYSTERY
"Country Bear Jamboree," historic "Li­

See and hear the miraculous and ingenious


berty Square," "The Hall of Presidents,"

BAMBI FALLS IN LOVE


efforts of the Robinson family as they repel
HIGHLIGHTi FROM WALT DISNEY'S and much, much more.

See and hear Bambi and his friends.


the onslaught of the pirat es. Starring
MICKEY MOUSE CLUB
Thumper and Flower, as they are struck by
Dorothy McGuire, James MacArthur and
A piece of nostalgia bringing back mem­ AMERICA ON PARADE

spring fever and each falls in love in his own


J ohn Mills.
ories of Mickey Mouse and his Mouse­ A new achievement in Disney pageant ry,

special way . One of Disney's most delightful


keteers together again jn this collection salutes the United States' 200th anniver­

and dramatic sequences.


from t he best of the Mickey Mouse Club sary. Giant musical stages featuring 150

PROUD HORSES OF AUSTRIA


shows. Watch t he tuneful Mickey Mouse new Disney characters as well as all your

The superb Lippizan Stallions of Vienna's


March, a tap dancing Mouseketeer roll call, old favorites roll down t he parade route,

Live Act i()n Spanish Riding School are known the world
. and a special segment featuring Annette .
over. This is their magnificent equestrian

Black & White Special


presenting America's greatest historical,

cultural and scientific accomplishments in

show from Walt Disney's exciting feature


Super 8mm Sound this Bicentennial celebration.

Super 8mm Color Sound , film, MIRACLE OF THE WHITE STAL­

Approximately 10 min ....... . .. $29.95


Approximately 10 min ..... . .... $17.95 A DAY AT DISNEYLAND

LIONS.

Here's a cherished souvenir that lets you

THE SUPER NANNY take home the excitement and charm of

Hear the incomparable Julie Andrews as HERBIE, THE LOVE BUG


Disneyland. Mickey Mouse and other

Mary Poppins sing "SPOONFUL OF


SUGAR" from the original Academy
Adapted from Walt Disney Productions'

hilarious comedy THE LOVE BUG. See

j'p ecial Disney characters. The World of Tom­

orrow , t he Haunted Mansion, Bear

Award-winning musical score. Mary brings


a world of happy adventures into the lives
Herbie , the car with It mind of its own, race

to victory, despite the efforts of Mr.


I nter-e~t Country, and t he delightful It's A Small

World ... a joyous film journey that shows

of her young charges. -Jane and Michael-­ Thor ndyke to win the race using extraordin­
Super 8mm Color Sound why Disneyland is called "The Happiest

and all audiences. ary tactics.,


Approximately 10 min . ....... .. $29.95 Place on Earth."

I\~~

400 ft. Color Sound .. . ... .. .... $49.95 TORA, TORA, TORA . . ...... . . . ... . 1970 BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM .... 1961
E .G. Marshall and James Whitmore star in .. .. ........... : ...... . . . . .... .. .. 1970 Vincent Price in one of his finest but
THE SOUND OF MUSIC ........ .. . . 1965 the events of the Pearl Harbor bombings. Charlton Heston and James Franciscus gruesome roles as a demented man who
The big musical blockbuster starring Julie Unbelievable action series. star in 2nd "Apes" film about the Apes ' vs. t hinks he is one of the world's most
Andrews, performing all of the classic the mutants. notorious torturers.
Rogers and Hammerstein's tunes. M.A.S.H. . ... . ............... . . .. . 1970
Donald Sutherland, Elliot Gould, and Sally ESCAPE FROM THE PLANET OF THE KONGA .... .. .... . ....... .. . ... .. . 1961
BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUN­ Kellerman star in this black comedy of a AP~ . .... . .... .. . . • .... . . .. ..... .1971 Michael Gough in action tale of little ape
DANCEKID ...... .. ..... . . . . . . " . . 1969 Surgical unit stationed in Korea during the After Earth is blow up in the future. two growing too big to handle .. .like squashing
P aul Newman, Robert Redford , and Kather­ conflict. Highlites included the famed apes (husband and wife) , manage to escape, people and things .
ine Ross in a very funny and exciting shower sequence and football game. arriving back in time to Earth. The 3rd in
MASTER OF THE WORLD . ..... . . . 1961
abridgement on the popular motion picture. t he series.
Vincent Price as a man who desires to rule
Highlites include the two outlaws' escape POSEIDON ADVENTURE . . .. . . . .. . 1972 t he Earth from a fl ying fortress. Charles
into South America,f rom t he relentless Luxury cruise ship is capsized by tidal CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE
wave_ )p.lIvi np" ",mill! hllnn n f ''''l"vivnl"'' t .n .to D~Q ~Q'l''> Bronson co-stars.
~~"""--""''''''''''''-f''f'01-- ....-or--'''' '''-'''--'''''---A·'''''' ........'-" - .....-...
""''''' ..... ""'-_.... '& _ _ ... J , ..... "'-' ''''t'... ......... .... A"-' ,,-, .&a.'-" "' '' ~ ......... ........... a ......... ... , .. . . . ..... ........1 ......... ~ & JI. .. ... AA J ..... ....... ......... ,J v .... _ .. ..,. a" .. .. ..,

of her young charges. -Jane and Michael- Thorndyke to win the race using extraordin- Super 8mm Color Sound why Disneyland is called "The Happiest
and all audiences. ary tactics. Approximately 10 min . ... ..... . $29. 95 Place on Earth."

I\~~

400 ft. Color Sound . . ....., ..... $49.95 TORA, TORA, TORA ... . .... . .. . ... 1970 BENEATH mE PLANEl OF m E APES THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM .... 1961
E.G. Marshall and James Whitmore star in . . . . ............................. .1970 Vincent Price in one of his finest but
THE SOUND OF MUSIC ......... . . . 1965 the events of t he Pearl Harbor bombings. Charlton Heston and James Franciscus gruesome 'roles as a demented man who
The big musical blockbuster starring Julie Unbelievable action series. star in 2nd "Apes" film about t he Apes ·vs . t hinks he is one of the world's most
Andrews, performing all of the classic the mutants. notorious torturers.
Rogers and Hammerstein's t unes. M.A.S.H. . ........ . ...... . ....... . 1970
Donald Sutherland, Elliot Gould, and Sally ESCAPE FROM THE PLANET OF m E KONGA .......... . . .. . . ... . . . ..... 1961
BUTCH CASSIDY AND mE SUN ­ Kellerman star in t his black comedy of a APES . .......... . . . . . . ......... . .. 1971 Michael Gough in action tale of little ape
DANCE KID ...................... 1969 Surgical unit st ationed in Korea during the After Earth is blow up in the future, two growing too big to handle_. .like squashing
Paul Newman, Robert Redford , and Kather­ conflict. Highlites included t he famed apes (husband and wife), manage to escape, people and things.
ine Ross in a very funny and exciting shower sequence and football game. arriving back in time to Earth. The 3rd in MASTER OF THE WORLD .. . ...... 1961
abridgement on the popular motion picture. the series. Vincent Price as a man who desires to rule
POSEIDON ADVENTURE ........ . . 1972
Highlites include the two outlaws' escape the Earth from a flying fortress . Charles
Luxury cruise ship is capsized by tidal CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE
into South America,! rom the relentless Bronson co-stars.
wave, leaving small band of survivors to APES . ........ ... ....... . . .. ...... 1972

posse.
reach the top.Action every step of t he way Roddy McDowell, Ricardo Montalban, and VOYAGE INTO SPACE ............. 1969
PATrON ....... . . .. ......... . ..... 1970 with Gene Hackman, Shelley Winters, and Don Murray in the 4th of the series. This A great Japanese thriler about "A boy and
Best Picture of the year. Best actor of the Ernest Borgnine . film shows how the apes rebel against man . his Dog er ...Robot!"
year: George C. Scott as General George
Patton, World War 2's greatest hero. Karl
Malden co-stars. I\una t=U

BATTLE FOR THE PLANET OF THE


APES . . . .. .. .. . . . . . ..... . ......... 1973
Roddy McDowell , Paul Williams, Claude
REPTILICUS .. . . . ................. 1962
Monster is shipped to lab frozen , but soon
t haws out t o rais-e havoc.
l 00 RIFLES .. .. ..... _....... . . .... 1969

THE THREE MUSKETEERS ... . ... 1973 Jim Brown, Raquel Welch , and Burt
Akins, and John Huston star in the 5th of
Later day remake with the all-star cast, Reynolds. J im is after Burt, who is escaping
the "Apes" pictures. THE CRIMSON CULT .. ..... . . ... .. 1970
including Michael York, Charleton Heston, with stolen rifles into Mexico.
Boris Karloff and Christopher Lee star in
Raquel Welch, Faye Dunawaye, Oliver PLANET OF THE APES ..... . . .. ... 1968 t his exciting thriller which delves into t he
Reed, Richard Chamberlain, and Christo­ FISTS OF mE DOUBLE K
The first in t his exciting series has t he world of Black Magic.
pher Lee_ Kung-Fu action highlights the feature cut .
astronauts being captured, with Charlton DESTROY ALL MONSTERS
Heston escaping with the aid of friendly Monsters galore feat ured in a tit anic
THE FRENCH CONNECTION .. . .. . . 1971 GODFATHERS OF HONG KONG
chimps. Non-stop action · from start to struggle t hat makes for an incredible
Best picture of the year. Eddie Eagan's Roc Tien stars in this violent film of kidnap
finish. Heart-Stopping eyperience.
famous tale is acted out by Gene Hackman , and murder.

with Roy Scheider, Eddie E agan, and YONGARY . . . . . . ... . ... . .......... 1969
Fernando Rey. Tony Lo Bianco and Marcel HONG KONG CONNECTION Sci-fi adventure with a mammoth monster
Bozzuffi round off the cast. This exciting More Kung-Fu action. on the loose. So large, you'll actually think
condensation highlights the now classic it's popping out of the screen at you.
chase sequence. A must to own.
200 ft. Color Sound . .... . . ..... $29.95
MONSTER FROM A PREmSTORIC
THE BOSTON STRANGLER ...... . . 1968 PLANET ........... .. . . .. . . ....... 1967
Tony Curtis and Henry Fonda star in this Anything in t he path of an incredible
now classic t ale of the infamous Boston monster from a dying planet, is sure .t o die.
Strangler. George Kennedy co-stars.
Ilf)r-r-()r-- Jei. t=i. -

THE RAVEN . . . .. . ........... . . ... 1963


Another Roger Corman satire t hat finds
ST. VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE
... ... ... . . ........... . .. .... .... . 1967 WAR GODS OF THE DEEP ..... .. . . 1965 Karloff and Price as two Sorcerers fighting
Jason Robards Jr. and George Segal Vincent Price and Tab Hunter. The strange for one's powers (Price). Peter Lor re is the
recreate the gangland massacre during goings-on in an under-sea fortress. Great Raven, and a young J ack Nicholson is his
those roaring 20's. action and terror. son.
Hollywood Film Exchange Fall 1976 27
PETrY GIRL ..................... ;1950
COWBOy ... . . . ..... .. . . ... . ...... 1958
CREEPS . .. .... . ... .. .... .. ..... .. 1956
HULA-LA-LA . . . ... ........ . . .. 1951

In a sense, this is like the "Love that Bob"


Jack Lemmon and Glen Ford. Hotel Clerk
The Stooges tell their sons a bedtime story
The Stooges are dancing teachers at a

series a few years later. A prime school


and cattleman each learn a lesson of life
about their adventures in a haunted house.
movie studio. They are sent to a South Sea

t eacher (Joan Caulfield) turns model for top


when they both head for Mexico on a cattle
island to teach the natives dancing for the

artist. Bob Cummings stars.


drive.
STUDIO STOOPS . .... . ............ 1950
studio's upcoming motion picture.

The Stooges play detective as they try to

rescue a "starlet" from kidnappers.

YOU WERE NEVER LOVELIER . . . . 1942

This time, Jerome Kern's music adds


Capr-a LOVE AT FIRST BITE .... . . .. ... .. 1950

The boys discuss their different romances

AN ACHE IN EVERY STAKE .. . .... 1941


during the war as they plan to get married

pleasure to this Astaire-Hayworth film


The boys, as icemen, are hired to prepare a
on the same day.

MR. SMITH GOES TO

about a Hotel Tycoon who decides to keep


WASHINGTON .... . .. . .......... . . 1939
fancy birthday party.

his daughter happy with a "Fake" romance,


Jimmy Stewart, Jean Arthur, Thomas
MEN IN BLACK . . ... . ... . ........ . 1934

until his plan backfires when the "Real"


Mitchell, Claude Rains, Edward Arnold,
TASSELS IN THE AIR .... .. .. . .... 1938
The doctor team of Howard, Fine and

lover takes over.


Jack Carson, and many more of the Capra
Curly goes wild at the sight of tassels as the
Howard dedicate t hemselves "to duty and

Stooges become interior decorators.


humanity." At the same time t hey destroy

TWENTIETH CENTURY .. .. ....... 1934


stock players, make this a film you'll want

John Barrymore, Carole Lombard and


to own. Both humor and drama combine to
the hospital. Also starring Billy Gilbert.

POP GOES THE EASEL ........ . ... 1935

Roscoe Karns. Lies and deceptions are


make an important essay on government
The boys' idea of becoming artists back­
Academy Award Nominee.

played to an actress, to get her to sign a


politics. As timely as today.
fires, as they end up in a clay-throwing
)
contract for t he Profile (playing a crazy
finale. .
t-iUr-r-U'--.lei. r=i.
producer).
MIRACLE WOMAN . . . . . .. . . . .. . ... 1931

Frank Capra's film starring Barbara Stan­


PARDON MY SCOTCH . . .. . ... . .. . . 1935
STRAIGHT - JACKET ..... . . . . . . . . 1964

SCREEN SNAPSHOTS-MEMORIES OF
wyck as an evangelist who works miracles.
The Stooges make t he best scotch in town .
J oan Crawford as an axmurderess, released
FAMOUS HOLLYWOOD
David Manners co-stars.
They are swindled into the idea of selling
many years after the slayings , suffers even
I
COMEDIANS ................. . .. . . 1951
their Scotch to a big promoter of liquor.
more , when a new bevy of murders begin.
IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT ........ 1934
Also starring Billy Gilbert .

All of the most famous clowns are brought


Not only entertaining for t he surprise
Runaway Heiress (Claudette Colbert)

to the home movie screen, with help from

meets newspaper man (Clark Gable) who


UNCIVIL WARRIORS . . .. . . . . ..... . 1935
ending- but for t he funny end title as well.
Ken Murray and Joe E. Brown.

shields her from her fat her's agent s.


The Stooges are sent to the South during

YOU'LL NEVER GET RICH ....... . . 1941


Academy Award for best picture.
t he Civil War to get enemy secrets .
TWENTY MILLION MILES

Dance director gets drafted, before he can


TO EARTH . ............... . .. ..... 1957

get girl. Astaire and Hayworth star in


DIRIGIBLE ... . . . ... . . ... . . .. .. . .. 1931
THREE SAPPY PEOPLE.. ... . .. .... 1939
William Hopper in story of an unleashed

musical comedy with songs by Cole Porter.


J ack Holt and Fay Wray . Anot her Frank
A man hires the Stooges to cure his wife of
monster on the rampage.

Capra classic. This time out, a giant airship


her nuttiness .

GILDA ......................... . . . 1946


is on it's way to the Antartic.
SON OF DR. JECKLE ...... . . ...... 1951

THREE PESTS IN A MESS ......... 1944


Louis Hayward follows in his father's

Rita Hayworth and Glen Ford . South


SUBMARINE ... . ........ . ... . ..... 1928
The Stooges are mistakened for sweepstake

American casino owner's wife falls for his


J ack H(l~\' stars in this Capra film . footsteps, to prove his father's innocence.

winners by a gang of crooks.

t rusted assistant. "Put the Blame on Mame

is highlighted in this cut .


MR. DEEDS GOES TO TOWN . . .. ... 1936
MICRO - PHONIES ............... . 1945
THE GAMMA PEOPLE . ....... . ... . 1956

Gary Cooper and Jean Arthur in story of


The Stooges, as plumbers , are mistaken by
'P aul Douglas, a report er, stumbles into a

THEHEAT'SON ...... . . .. . . .. . . .. 1943


naive millionaire, who is duped by girl,
a society lady to be her new singing t alent .
scientist behind the Iron curtain who is

Musical comedy with Mae West, Victor


decides to give his fortu ne away. After
making killer robots .
Moor, William Gaxton, and Xavier Cugat.
doing so, he is labled nuts.
PARDON MY CLUTCH . .... . . . ... .. 1948

The problems between a Broadway pro­


Shemp's nerves are shot, so the Stooges'
CREATURE WITH THE ATOM BRAIN . .
ducer and his leading lady , brings plenty of
YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU ... 1938
friend reeommends they take a vacation.
.. .. .. . . ... ...... ..... . . .. . .. .. . . . 1955

J ames Stewart and J ean Arthur appear in

laughs to the screen.

Frank Capra's story of a kooky family.


VAGABOUND LOAFER ............ 1949
Richard Denning st ars. Gangster hires a

TWO FISTED LAW The boys, as plumbers, fix a leak in a


scientist who makes dead men into

mansion. Theives steal a painting during a


murdering robots. Plenty of action.

Tim McCoy , Alice Day, and John Wayne (in


early role). Action rides high as a lone
cowboy fights for justice in the badlands.
J JtUU!!e§
party, and put the .blame on the Stooges.

WHEN THE DEVIL COMMANDS ... 1941

DUTIFUL BUT DUMB .. . ........ . . 1941


THREE DARK HORSES .. >•••••••• • 1952
Karloffs attempts to communicate with his

The Stooges get involved in politics, and at


dead wife is the basis for this fantastic

DRUM BEAT ................. . .... 1954


As photographers Click, Clack, and Cluck,

the boys take pictures of the Kingdom of


the last moment they change their support
condensation. Karloff at his best.

Alan Ladd as Indian fighter, sets out to

make peace with a warrior.·


Vulgaria.
to another candidate.

EARTH VS. THE FLYIl" SAUCERS .. . .


YOU'LL NEVER GET RICH ......... 1941 Academy Award for best picture.
the Civil War ' to get enemy secr ets. '-",-EilTI--I·ua:n"Da"".~n.IU""~O----_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

TO EARTH . .. . . .... . . ... .. . . . . . _.. 1951


Dance director gets drafted , befor e he can
get girl. Astaire and Hayworth star in DIRIGIBLE . .. ... .. . . . .. .. ........ 1931 THREE SAPPY PEOPLE... . . .. . . . . . 1939 William Hopper in story of an unleashed

A man hires the Stooges to cure his wife of monster on the rampage.
musical comedy with songs by Cole Porter. Jack Holt and Fay Wray. Another Frank
Capra classic. This time out, a giant airship her nuttiness.
GILDA . . . . ... . . ... . .. ...... . . . . ... 1946 is on it's way to the Antartic. THREE PESTS IN A MESS .. .. . .... 1944 SO~ OF DR. JECKLE . ... : . ... . .... 1951

Rita Hayworth and Glen Ford. South SUBMARINE .. . ... . ...... ... . . . . .. 1928 The Stooges are mistake ned for sweepstake Lou~s Hayward fol~ows m, ~is fat her's

American casino owner's wife falls for his J ack H,,!'c stars in this Capra film. winners by a gang of crooks. footsteps, to prove hiS father s Innocence.

trusted assistant . "Put the Blame on Marne


is highlighted in this cut . MR. DEEDS GOES TO TOWN ... . ... 1936 MICRO-PHONIES .. .. ............ 1945 THE GAMMA PEOPLE ... .... . . . . .. 1956

Gary Cooper and Jean Arthur in story of The ~tooges, as plumbers , are mistaken by 'P~ul !?ouglas: a reporter, stumbles into a

THEHEAT'SON ....... . . . ........ 1943


naive millionaire, who is duped by girl , a society lady to be her new singing talent. sCient ist behmd t he Iron curtain who is
Musical comedy with Mae West, Victor decides to give his for tune away . After PARDON M making killer robots .
Moor, William Gaxton, and Xavier Cugat. doing so, he is labled nuts. Y CLUTCH ............. 1948
The problems between a Broadway pro­ Shemp's nerves are shot, so the Stooges'
C
friend recommends they take a vacation.
REATURE WITH THE ATOM BRAIN . .
ducer and his leading lady, brings plenty of YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU .. . 1938 ......... . . .. . .. .. .. . .. . .. .. .... . . 1955
laughs t o the screen. James Stewart and J ean Arthur appear in
VAGABOUND LOAFER . . ......... . 1949 Richard Denning stars. Gangster hires a
Frank Capra's story of a kooky family .
The boys, as plumbers, fix a leak in a scientist who makes dead men into
TWO FISTED LAW mansion. Theives steal a painting during a murdering robots. Plenty of action.
Tim McCoy, Alice Day, and John Wayne (in
early role). Action rides high as a lone
cowboy fights for justice in the badlands.
-1 Jtf)f)f!e~ party, and put the .blame on the Stooges.
WHEN THE DEVIL COMMANDS ... 1941
THREE DARK HORSES .. > ••••••••• 1952 Karloffs attempts to communicate with his
DUTIFUL BUT DUMB ............. 1941
The Stooges get involved in politics, and at dead wife is the basis for this fantastic
DRUM BEAT .. . ....... . ........... 1954 As photographers Click, Clack, and Cluck,
the last moment they change their support condensation. Karloff at his best.
Alan Ladd as Indian fighter, sets out to the boys take pictures of the Kingdom of to another candidate.
make peace with a warrior. Vulgaria.
EARTH VS. THE FLYI!" SAUCERS . . ..
THREE LITTLE BEERS ............ 1935 . . ......... .. .......... . .... . . .... 1956

SANTA FE ............... . ........ 1951 HOT STUFF ................... . ... 1956 The boys enter a golf tournament sponsor­
Randolph Scott. Four brothers return from The Stooges, who are detectives, pretend ed by their beer company. They end up Hugh Marlowe stars in this hair-raising
the war, and all but one decides to join an to be carpet layers in order to protect a making the golf course look like the surface terror, as saucers invade earth.
outlaw gang, professor and his secret rocket formula. of the: moon.
SCREAM OF FEAR ................ 1961
BUCHANAN RIDES ALONE ..... .. . 1958 HOI POLLOI .. . ... . ... .... . ....... 1935 WEWANTOURMUMMY ....... .. . 1939 Well done condensation of young woman
Randolph Scott as a drifter, is almost A professor tries to win his bet with a The Stooges go to Egypt to find a scientist who either thinks she is becoming insane,
hanged in a small town, when he befriends a colleague, that he can turn the Stooges into who disappeared while searching for the or someone is out to get her. Susan
young mexican boy. gentlemen. mummy of King Rootentootun. Strasberg and Christopher Lee star.

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BENNY GOODMAN IN CONCERT Mar-x 13r-f)~. The backfield is Zeppo, Harpo anJ Chico.
The coach is Groucho. They play for Huxky
The Musical giant is at it again , performing College. The rest is cinema history, fo r this
all of those great hits that made him the THIS IS WAR ...? ................... 1933 adaptation from the classic "Horsefea­
HELLFIGHTERS . . . . .. . . . . .. . . .. .. 1969 king of the musical era. The Marx Brothers' classic "Duck Soup"
John Wayne, Jim Hutton, and Katherine thers," is the funniest football parody ever
provides this preposterous laff sequence in put on the screen.
Ross star in the story of the men who fight Super 8mm B&W Sound which little Freedonia declares war to
the fires in the oil fields. Approximately 9 min . . ...... .. . $16.95 establish its independance. Groucho as STOWAWAyS . ...... .. . ........ . . 1931
FRENZy . . .. . .... . . . . . . .. . . . . . ... . 1972 prime minister, along with Harpo, Chico Excerpt from "Monkey Business", as The
Barry Foster stars in Hitchcock's modern I'M NO ANGEL ... . . ... .. ...... . ... 1933 and Zeppo, go through time-honored boys pursue slapstick after they stowaway
day classic of a strangler on the prowl, and Mae West as circus performer. process of revolution in their own absurd on a seagoing vessel.
the innocent man accused of the crime. fashion . THE INCREDIBLE JEWEL
HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER . .. ... .. ... 1973 ROBBERY...... . ...... .. ... . ...... 1959
MUSIC OF BENNY GOODMAN Clint Eastwood stars as t he drifter who is MONKEY BUSINESS .. . . ......... . 1931
You'll roar with laughter as Harpo and
Great songs by Benny Goodman highlight hired by a town to protect them from a gang This time the Marx Brothers are r aising Chico get ready for one of the zaniest jewel
this entertaining musical short. of ruthless outlaws. havoc aboard an ocean liner. robberies of all t ime .
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w.c. r=ield~ KNIGHTS OF mE BAm . .. . . ... . . . 1944


They try to fix a leak, and when Costello
puts a wrench on the wrong pipe, the
IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE .. : .1953
Richard Carlson in tale of faltering space
ship which spins to earth. Scientists fight
IF I HAD A MILLION .............. 1932 J ohnstown flood was a trickle by compari- time in getting it back into space.
Sprinkled with comedy and drama, this son! THE MUMMY'S TOMB ............. 1942
heart warming story begins when "Rollo" MIDGET CAR MANIACS ..... ... ... 1947 Reviving a mummy to life is the basis for
Fields reeeives a million dollars without The boys are dodging cops at the midget car the third in the mummy series.
string's attached from an eccentric million­ race track when Costello takes off in a
aire. When Field's car is smashed he souped-up midget, just as the race starts. ONE MILLION B.C •.............. _.1940
goes on a one man rampage to eliminate Victor Mature, Carole Landis, and Lon
road hogs as a constant menance to society, NO BULLS, PLEASE! . .. ........... 1948 Chaney star in this thrilling thriller about a
manning a caravan of used cars of every Bud and Lou crash a Mexican bull fight to woman, while fleeing an erupting volcano,
vintage. The story ends in a hilarious finish escape arrest as suspected confidence men, finds herself trapped in a mountain cave by
as roadhog after road hog meets his master and Lou takes the arena just as the a dinosaur.
in a destructive melee. wildeyed bull appears. PSYCHO .......................... 1960
HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN ... . . .. 1945 Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Vera Miles,
NO INDIANS, PLEASE! .. . ......... 1942 Boris Karloff stars in chilling story of the John Gaven, Martin Balsam, and Simon
MUCH ADO ABOUT GOLF ........ . ... .
With balmy innocence these puckish mad­
W.C. in funny routine about the problems resurrection of the Frankenstein monster Oakland starin Alfred Hitchcock's exciting
of golfing. caps break an old Indian Law - and what and the Wolfman. , thriller of a maniac on the loose. Anyone for
bad breaks follow! a ,shower?
THE INVISmLE MAN ............. 1933
THE GREAT McGONIGLE .. . ....... 1934 PARDON MY SARONG ............. 1942 Claude Rains as the invisible man. Great
The Master Comedian is up to his old tricks Their ship, becalmed and without power, CREATURE FROM THE LAGOON .. 1954
special effects highlight this clever story of Richard Carlson, Julia Adams, and Richard
again as he juggles his way in and out of the Bud and Lou end up on a tropical island a man, trying to restore his original
funniest situations of his film career. What where cannibals are said to abound. Denning star in the first of "Creature"
condition, before he goes "Mad". flicks. In the steaming, Amazon Jungle, a
happens when his vaudeville tour is
cancelled is enough to keep you doubled up RIDE 'EM COWBOY ............... 1942 IT CAME FROM BENEAm THE SEA ... living creature from '150 million years ago
with laughter! Bud and Lou get a taste of the "old" West at threatens a group of archaeologists.
a modern dude ranch .. . .................................. 1955
Ken Toby and Faith Domerque. An Atomic
THE GREAT CHASE ........ . ...... 1940 ROCKET AND ROLL .. . .. . ......... 1953 sub battles a giant octopus in Frisco Bay. THE CREATURE WALKS AMONG US ..
Never before a greater genius at making A runaway rocket ship, flying saucers and . .... _............. _...... . ....... 1956
people laugh! You'll hold your sides when beauties of Venus drive Abbott and Costello Jeff Morrow and Rex Reason. The creature
Fields tries a siesta in the park and gets along a riotous orbit of dizzy fun. is captured and caged in this sequel to "The
tangled up with bank bandits! You'll howl at Creature f!,om the Black Lagoon."
the wildest chase of cops and robbers ever RIOT ON ICE .. .. . ................. 1943
filmed, with the bandits glad to be caught! Tlrey're at a skating rink, and Lou is DOOM OF DRACULA .............. 1945
suddenly caught on the fast end of a The second extrac available from "House of
CIRCUS SLICKER ................. 1939 crack-the-whip! Frankenstein". It's science fiction at it's
Whipsnade's circus is the greatest show on TAKE BUS, PAY LATER . ...... . ... 1942 best, as Boris Karloff brings back Count
earth - for keeping ahead of the sheriff! Only with Abbott and Costello as drivers Dracula to life.
When his luck runs thin, he rae.es elephants could a Chicago crosstown bus wind up -at a BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN ...... .1935
,and wagons to the st ate line! Fields at his Los Angeles yacht club. Creatin g a mate for the monster is the basis
funniest! I( of this horror classic starring Boris Karlof!
ABBOTT & COSTEbLO MEET DR. as the monster, and Elsa Lanchester as the
THE BIG THUMB .... . . .. .... ... . . . 1934 J EKYLL & MR. HYDE .. . ..... . ...• 1953 bride. Colin Clive co-stars.
Thumbs up for hysterical laughter as A prominent scientist concocts weird-drugs
funnyman Fields portrays the local grocer that t urn humans into monsters. Costello BATTLE OF THE GIANTS .. . ..... . . 1940
who has larceny and other assorted unwittingly gets a dose of the needle. " An epic saga of a million years ago when
mischief in his heart. It's one sticky, riotous primitive cavemen depended upon brute
mess as the store is "closed on account of ABBOTT & COSTEL1..0 MEET THE TARANTULA ..................... 1955 strenth to survive. -See two mastodons lock
molasses." MUMMy . .. ................. . ..... 1955 Lab freak breaks loose to terrorize the jaws in a sensational battle for survival.
Bud has some hystc'rTcal moments in- the people. John Agar stars. From the feature 1 million B.C.
CALIFORNIA BOUND ............. 1934
. treasure-filled tomb of Klaris as he tries to
Hold you~ h~~s!. yo,!'.re boun~ for fun. and _ learn which of the three bundles of gauze is TRIAL OF FRANKENSTEIN .. '_'.' .. 1942 THE MUMMY ..................... 1932

Ken To6y ana-Faith~Domerque:--AnA:tomic


THE GREAT CHASE ....... . ....... 1940 ROCKET AND ROLL ............... 1953 sub battles a giant octopus in Frisco Bay. THE CREATURE WALKS AMONG US ..
Never before a greater genius at making A r unaway rocket ship, flying saucers and . . .. .. . ........................... 1956

people laugh! You'll hold your sides when beauties of Venus drive Abbott and Costello Jeff Morrow and Rex Reason. The creature
Fields t ries a siesta in the park and gets along a riotous orbit of dizzy fun. is captured and caged in this sequel to "The
t angled up with bank bandits! You'll howl at Creature f!'Om t he Black Lagoon."
the wildest chase of cops and robbers ever RIOT ON ICE ...................... 1943
filmed , with the bandits glad to be caught ! Tliey're at a skating rink, and Lou is DOOM OF DRACULA .............. 1945
suddenly caught on the fast end of a The second extrac available from "House of
CIRCUS SLICKER .... . ............ 1939 crack-the-whip! Frankenstein". It's science fiction at it's
Whipsnade's circus is the greatest show on best, as Boris Karloff brings back Count
earth - for keeping ahead of t he sheriff! TAKE BUS, P AY LATER ........... 1942 Dracula to life.
When his luck runs thin, he rares elephant s Only with Abbott and Costello as drivers
could a Chicago crosstown bus wind up -at a BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN .. . .... 1935
and wagons to the state line! Fields at his Los Angeles yacht club . .
funniest ! Creating a mate for the monster is the basis
'f of this horror classic starring Boris Karloff
ABBOTT & COSTEbLO MEET DR. as the monster, and Elsa Lanchest er as the
THE BIG THUMB . .... . .. ...... . . .. 1934 JEKYLL & MR. HYDE ......... . . .. 1953
Thumbs up for hysterical laughter as A pr ominent scientist concocts weird-drugs bride. Colin Clive co-stars.
funnyman Fields portrays t he local grocer that turn humans into monsters. Costello BATTLE OF THE GIANTS . . ...... . . 1940
who has larceny and other assorted unwittingly gets a doseof the needle. An epic saga of a million years ago when
mischief in his heart. It's one sticky, riotous primitive cavemen depended upon brute
mess as the store is "closed on account of ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET mE TARANTULA ............. . . . ..... 1955 strenth to survive. -See two mastodons lock
molasses." MUMMY ........... _.. . ........... 1955
Lab freak breaks loose to terrorize the jaws in a sensational battle for survival.
Bud has some hystencal moments in- the Fl'om the feature 1 million B.C.
CALIFORNIA BOUND .. ........... 1934, treasure-filled tomb of Klaris as he tries to people. John Agar stars.
Hold your hats! You're bound for fun and _ learn which of the three bundles of gauze i~ TRIAL OF FRANKENSTEIN ....... 1942 THE MUMMY ..................... 1932
laughter in this blockbuster of a comedy as friend Lou. Another cut from the Ghost of Franken­ Boris Karloff is one the the screen's most
Fields heads West to the wide open spaces, stein starring all your favorite ghouls. terrifying monsters. David Manners co­
only to discover that the orange grove he DOUBLE CROSS AT CRISS CROSS .. 1948
Take one guess who the new fighting (?) stars.
purchased is not the oasis he expected. MAN - MADE MONSTER ..... .. ... 1941
sheriff of Criss Cross is! It's Lou Costello, Lon Chaney permits doctors to put high THE MUMMY'S GHOST ............ 1944
HURRY, HURRY! ....... . .. .. ...... 1941 ,and he's been choosen to "get" the bad
voltage into him. He soon becomes a Lon Chaney and John Carradine star in this
Thrills, chills and hysteria in the maddest guys. "Shocking" monster. bizzare tale of the mummy's search for the
motorcycle merry-making ever screened! lost soul of his Egyptian Princess.
Fields' driving gives a whole town goose CHAMPS OF THE CHASE .......... 1944 FRANKENSTEIN'S NEW BRAIN ... 1942
fles h and weak hearts! And, you'll be limp They steal a fire truck to chase a society Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Bela Lugosi, and Lon DR. CYCLOPS ..................... 1931
with laughter at t he end! thief, with Bud steering one end and Lou
the other! Chaney star in this extract from "The Ghost Albert Dekker as the infamous scientist
of Frankenstein." who reduces people to the size of mice.
FOREIGN LEGION . . ....... .. .. . .. 1950
Abb()tt£
Lost in a hectic series of fantastic desert WAR OF THE PLANETS .... ; . .... . 1955 DRACULA . .. .... ... .. .. . ........ . 1931
"mirages," our heroes become trapped by a Jeff Morrow stars in feature cut from- "This The original Bela Lugosi classic as Count
Island Earth". Abducted aboard a flying Dracula st alks the fog-filled London, in
C(),tell()
hostile Arab band.
HAVE BADGE WILL CHASE .. . .. . . 1955 planet.
saucer, 2 scientists are taken to another search of his next victim. David Manners
co-stars.
There's slapstick fun and a roaring chase as
HOLLYWOOD AND BUST .......... 1955 t he boys team up with the dizzy, daffy HOUSE OF DRACULA .... . . . ... . .. 1945 THE DEADLY MANTIS ... ... ...... 1957
There's a laugh -a-minute as Bud and Lou Keystone Kops. Lon ~haney as the evil Count, with several Craig Stevens and William Hopper star in
ride t he rods to fil mland where' they cromes on hand: The Wolfman and t he the tale of Giant Mantis wrecking NYC.
become Hollywood's most int repid stunt IDGHFLYERS .. .... ..... .... ..... 1941 "Monster." ,
men! They bail out of a plane with one parachute, SON OF FRANKENSTEIN . .... .. .. . 1939 WOLFMAN'S CURSE ......... _. ... 1945
and it 's the fall of the year. All star cast headed by Boris Bela and Basil Shocking science fiction in this early
GOBS IN A MESS ......... ... ...... 1941 Rat hbone as the mad doctor's so~ . The 3rd Universal thriller from House of Dracula.
They're in the Navy when Costello gets a
dream pill intended for a nervous skipper! ti()r-r-()r-- .lei. r=i. in a rash of Universal greats, prove to be . THE WOLFMAN ...... . .......... . 1941

one of the best. All star cast, headed by Lon Chaney, Bela
ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN .. . FRANKENSTEIN . . . ...... . . ...... 1931 Lugosi, Claude Rains, and Ralph Ballamy .
FRANKENSTEIN ..... . ..... .. .... 1948 . .. .. ..... ....... . .. .. ... . ....... . 1957 The original Karloff Thr iller as Dr: Strange howling in the Church's cemetery,
Dracula, the Wolf Man. and even the Don't let the hokum title fool you. This Frankenstein (Colin Clive) robs graves t o br ing the townspeople to the screne of a
Invisible Man, join forces in this comedy Grant Williams film is well done. Truly a assemble the most terrifying monster of killing, where t he only clues lead to a
"shocker." classic of the horror genre. 'em all. werewolf.
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