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1940 Oscar Winner: Best Supporting Actor in Stagecoach
1940 Unknown Winner: Best Supporting Actor in Stagecoach

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The Fighting Sullivans: Bonus Material  2005  3.8 ★ 60 mins Classics Rated: NR
This companion disc to director Lloyd Bacon's emotionally gripping depiction of five brothers in WW II includes a look at the Sullivan Brothers Veterans Museum, a family photo gallery, personal letters, a trailer and more.


The Fighting Sullivans: Bonus Material  2005  3.7 ★ 60 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
This companion disc to director Lloyd Bacon's emotionally gripping depiction of five brothers in WW II includes a look at the Sullivan Brothers Veterans Museum, a family photo gallery, personal letters, a trailer and more.


Dieppe  1993  2.7 ★ 208 mins Drama Rated: NR
Told through the experiences of common foot soldiers and high-ranking Canadian officers alike, this World War II drama follows the planning, execution and aftermath of the battle of Dieppe, in which over 900 Canadian soldiers lost their lives. Thanks to the harsh lessons learned from this disastrous mission, the Allied forces were better prepared to win the Battle of Normandy. Victor Garber, Robert Joy and Gary Reineke star.


Dieppe: Disc 2  1993  3.2 ★ 104 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the conclusion of the movie and extras such as archival interviews.


Dieppe: Disc 1  1993  2.8 ★ 104 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the first part of the feature.


Dieppe: Disc 1  1993  2.7 ★ 104 mins Dramas Rated: NR
This disc includes the first part of the feature.


By Love Possessed  1961  3.1 ★ Dramas Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Ignored by his own wife (Barbara Bel Geddes), a lawyer (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) begins a torrid affair with the wife (Lana Turner) of one of his partners (Jason Robards). Meanwhile, a third partner (Thomas Mitchell) embezzles from the firm. And all this is just a hint of the scandal buzzing through their little New England town. Acclaimed action director John Sturges shifts gears to helm this once-racy soap that co-stars George Hamilton.


Pocketful of Miracles Nominated For/Won Awards 1961  3.6 ★ 136 mins Classic Movies Rated: UR
In Frank Capra's final directing effort, bag lady Apple Annie (Bette Davis) convinces her long-absent daughter (Ann-Margret) that she's a wealthy socialite. The daughter, who grew up in Europe, plans a trip with her aristocratic fiancée and his family to visit Annie. Into the middle of this crisis steps small-time gangster Dave the Dude (Glenn Ford), his girlfriend (Hope Lange) and his henchmen, all of whom transform Annie into Lady Manvi...


Pocketful of Miracles Nominated For/Won Awards 1961  3.6 ★ 136 mins Classics Rated: UR
In Frank Capra's final directing effort, bag lady Apple Annie (Bette Davis) convinces her long-absent daughter (Ann-Margret) that she's a wealthy socialite. The daughter, who grew up in Europe, plans a trip with her aristocratic fiancée and his family to visit Annie. Into the middle of this crisis steps small-time gangster Dave the Dude (Glenn Ford), his girlfriend (Hope Lange) and his henchmen, all of whom transform Annie into Lady Manvi...


By Love Possessed  1961  3.1 ★ Romance Rated: NR
Ignored by his own wife, a lawyer begins a torrid affair with the wife of one of his partners. Meanwhile, a third partner embezzles from the firm.


Miracle on 34th Street  1955  3.8 ★ Classic Movies Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
The holiday spirit is alive and well in this televised take on the 1947 film that earned Edmund Gwenn an Oscar for his portrayal of Kris Kringle. In this version, Thomas Mitchell dons Santa's suit to play a man who could be capable of miracles. Sandy Descher stars as the little girl who hangs on to her skepticism, with Teresa Wright co-starring as her mother, a hardworking woman with no time in her schedule to believe.


Meet Mr. Kringle  1955  3.8 ★ Classics
In this television version of the beloved classic, Thomas Mitchell plays Kris Kringle, a department store Santa who claims to be the real Claus.


Secret of the Incas  1954  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Rugged American adventurer Harry Steele (Charlton Heston), who works as a tour guide in Peru, possesses part of a map leading to an invaluable Inca artifact and is racing to locate it before it's found by archaeologist Stanley Moorehead (Robert Young) or con man Ed Morgan (Thomas Mitchell). Using an airplane stolen with the help of a Romanian refugee (Nicole Maurey), Harry continues his quest at the stunning and treacherous Machu Picchu.


Destry  1954  3.6 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Audie Murphy stars in this reprise of a well-worn Western tale as a peaceful man forced by fate to strap on his shooting irons and seek justice. When hired gunmen kill Tom Destry's best friend (and the town sheriff), his deadly duty is clear.


Secret of the Incas  1954  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Rugged American adventurer Harry Steele, a tour guide in Peru, races an archaeologist and con man to a priceless Incan artifact.


High Noon Nominated For/Won Awards 1952  3.9 ★ 85 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR RT:96%  until 01-Jan-2025 
Retiring Marshal Will Kane insists on defending his town from a gang of hooligans who are due on the noon train -- but he faces the task alone as the cowardly townspeople flee like rats from a sinking ship.


High Noon Nominated For/Won Awards 1952  3.9 ★ 85 mins Classics Rated: NR  starting 01-Jan-2015 
Retiring Marshal Will Kane insists on defending his town from a gang of hooligans who are due on the noon train -- but he faces the task alone as the cowardly townspeople flee like rats from a sinking ship.


Tales of Tomorrow: Season 1: Vol. 2: Disc 1  1951 97 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Dark Angel," "The Crystal Egg," "Search for the Flying Saucer," "The Invader," "Dune Roller," "The Children's Room" and "Time to Go."


Tales of Tomorrow: Season 1: Vol. 2: Disc 2  1951 97 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Plague from Space," "Red Dust," "The Golden Ingot," "Appointment on Mars," "The Duplicates" and "Ahead of His Time."


Tales of Tomorrow: Season 1: Vol. 2: Disc 1  1951 97 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Dark Angel," "The Crystal Egg," "Search for the Flying Saucer," "The Invader," "Dune Roller," "The Children's Room" and "Time to Go."


Tales of Tomorrow: Season 1: Vol. 2: Disc 2  1951 97 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Plague from Space," "Red Dust," "The Golden Ingot," "Appointment on Mars," "The Duplicates" and "Ahead of His Time."


Henry IV / The Story of Mag Mallory  1951  1.9 ★ 122 mins TV Shows
This volume pops the cork on a pair of vintage episodes from Westinghouse's "Studio One" anthology series, which migrated from radio to the small screen in 1948. In "Henry IV," an affluent Italian believes he's an 11th-century Roman emperor, and in "The Story of Meg Mallory," a kidnapped politician's daughter becomes smitten with her captor. Berry Kroeger, Richard Purdy, Thomas Mitchell, Wendy Drew and Skip Homeier star.


Tales of Tomorrow: Collection 2: Season 1  1951  2.8 ★ 195 mins TV Shows
Before "The Twilight Zone" and "Star Trek," came this seminal science-fiction hit, built around captivating story lines and an impressive roster of guest stars, including Leslie Nielsen, James Doohan, Darren McGavin, Thomas Mitchell, Sidney Blackmer, Lex Barker and Una O'Connor. What's more, unlike many of the shows that would follow in its footsteps, this televised series was shot live -- warts and all.


Tales of Tomorrow: Collection 2: Season 1  1951  2.8 ★ 195 mins Television
Before "The Twilight Zone" and "Star Trek," came this seminal science-fiction hit, built around captivating story lines and an impressive roster of guest stars, including Leslie Nielsen, James Doohan, Darren McGavin, Thomas Mitchell, Sidney Blackmer, Lex Barker and Una O'Connor. What's more, unlike many of the shows that would follow in its footsteps, this televised series was shot live -- warts and all.


Henry IV / The Story of Mag Mallory  1951  1.9 ★ 122 mins Television
This volume pops the cork on a pair of vintage episodes from Westinghouse's "Studio One" anthology series, which migrated from radio to the small screen in 1948. In "Henry IV," an affluent Italian believes he's an 11th-century Roman emperor, and in "The Story of Meg Mallory," a kidnapped politician's daughter becomes smitten with her captor. Berry Kroeger, Richard Purdy, Thomas Mitchell, Wendy Drew and Skip Homeier star.


The Big Wheel  1949  2.7 ★ 92 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
After his father -- a famous race-car driver -- dies during the Indianapolis 500, cocky Billy Coy (Mickey Rooney) is determined to become a champion racer himself. Taking a job with his father's mechanic, "Red" Stanley (Thomas Mitchell), Billy adopts a take-no-prisoners attitude. While clawing his way to the top, he doesn't care whom he hurts -- even his own mother (Spring Byington). This action-packed drama includes some classic car-racing fo...


The Big Wheel  1949  2.8 ★ 92 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
After his father -- a famous race-car driver -- dies during the Indianapolis 500, cocky Billy Coy (Mickey Rooney) is determined to become a champion racer himself. Taking a job with his father's mechanic, "Red" Stanley (Thomas Mitchell), Billy adopts a take-no-prisoners attitude. While clawing his way to the top, he doesn't care whom he hurts -- even his own mother (Spring Byington). This action-packed drama includes some classic car-racing fo...


It's a Wonderful Life Nominated For/Won Awards 1946  4.2 ★ 132 mins Classics Rated: NR
It's a wonderful film. Frank Capra's inverted take on A Christmas Carol stars Jimmy Stewart as George Bailey, a good man who's spent a lifetime giving up on his dreams in order to keep life in his small town humming. When a guardian angel named Clarence finds a despondent George poised to jump off a bridge, he shows George what life would've been like had he never been born.


It's a Wonderful Life Nominated For/Won Awards 1946  4.2 ★ 132 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR RT:95%
It's a wonderful film. Frank Capra's inverted take on A Christmas Carol stars Jimmy Stewart as George Bailey, a good man who's spent a lifetime giving up on his dreams in order to keep life in his small town humming. When a guardian angel named Clarence finds a despondent George poised to jump off a bridge, he shows George what life would've been like had he never been born.


The Keys of the Kingdom Nominated For/Won Awards 1945  3.9 ★ 137 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Gregory Peck turns in an Oscar-nominated performance in his second feature film, in which he plays a young priest whose nontraditional beliefs set him apart from his pious superiors (including Vincent Price). Sent to China to reconstruct a ramshackle mission, the maverick Father Francis Chisholm (Peck) comes face to face with a variety of professional challenges, including an invading army of nonbelievers.


Buffalo Bill  1944  3.3 ★ 90 mins Classics Rated: NR
Joel McCrea is larger-than-life Wild West showman William F. Cody (better known as Buffalo Bill) in this entertaining biopic. Spanning Bill's life, the film depicts the varied and colorful roles the now-legend played throughout his career: Indian scout, U.S. Cavalry war hero, celebrity and head of his own international traveling troupe. Edgar Buchanan, Maureen O'Hara (as Bill's wife) and Anthony Quinn co-star. William A. Wellman directs.


The Fighting Sullivans Nominated For/Won Awards 1944  3.8 ★ 112 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Lloyd Bacon's Oscar-nominated film dramatizes the real-life tragedy of the Sullivan boys, five brothers from Iowa who all served -- and perished -- aboard the USS Juneau when the ship sank at Guadalcanal in 1942. (The film Saving Private Ryan was inspired, in part, by the Sullivans' story.) Released in the waning days of World War II, this heartbreaking drama stars Edward Ryan, John Alvin, George Offerman Jr., John Campbell and James Ca...


Dark Waters  1944  2.7 ★ 93 mins Classics Rated: NR
A greedy couple (Fay Bainter and John Qualen) attempts to drive nervous oil heiress Leslie Calvin (Merle Oberon) to suicide by posing as her long-lost aunt and uncle. Setting up shop on an abandoned Louisiana sugar plantation, the would-be killers methodically carry out a series of terrifying ploys to suffocate Leslie in her own madness. In her search for sanity, the distressed damsel's doting doctor (Franchot Tone) may be her only ally.


The Fighting Sullivans  1944  3.8 ★ 112 mins Classics Rated: NR
Lloyd Bacon's Oscar-nominated film dramatizes the real-life tragedy of the Sullivan boys, five brothers from Iowa who all served -- and perished -- aboard the USS Juneau when the ship sank at Guadalcanal in 1942. (The film Saving Private Ryan was inspired, in part, by the Sullivans' story.) Released in the waning days of World War II, this heartbreaking drama stars Edward Ryan, John Alvin, George Offerman Jr., John Campbell and James Ca...


The Keys of the Kingdom Nominated For/Won Awards 1944  3.9 ★ 137 mins Classics Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025   
Gregory Peck turns in an Oscar-nominated performance in his second feature film, in which he plays a young priest whose nontraditional beliefs set him apart from his pious superiors (including Vincent Price). Sent to China to reconstruct a ramshackle mission, the maverick Father Francis Chisholm (Peck) comes face to face with a variety of professional challenges, including an invading army of nonbelievers.


Buffalo Bill  1944  3.3 ★ 90 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Joel McCrea is larger-than-life Wild West showman William F. Cody (better known as Buffalo Bill) in this entertaining biopic. Spanning Bill's life, the film depicts the varied and colorful roles the now-legend played throughout his career: Indian scout, U.S. Cavalry war hero, celebrity and head of his own international traveling troupe. Edgar Buchanan, Maureen O'Hara (as Bill's wife) and Anthony Quinn co-star. William A. Wellman directs.


Howard Hughes: The Outlaw  1943  2.8 ★ 116 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In this classic Western, bombshell Jane Russell makes her film debut as the sultry señorita who comes between Billy the Kid (Jack Buetel) and Doc Holliday (Walter Huston). Hot on their trail is persistent Sheriff Pat Garrett (Thomas Mitchell). Controversial upon its initial release -- due largely to ad material that showed off Russell's cleavage -- the film sat on the shelf for three years while producer-director Howard Hughes battled cen...


The Outlaw: Bonus Material  1943  2.6 ★ 117 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
The bonus material for this classic film includes the feature film with an audio commentary track of Jane Russell as she is interviewed by Terry Moore on the film that made her famous. A treat for fans!


The Outlaw  1943  3.0 ★ 117 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
When infamous gunslinger Billy the Kid (Jack Beutel) rides into town, Doc Holliday (Walter Huston) and legendary lawman Pat Garrett (Thomas Mitchell) are forced to test their friendship. But once the sultry Rio (Jane Russell) shows up to test their libidos, all bets are off. Eccentric millionaire Howard Hughes directs a young and buxom Russell in her screen debut -- a cleavage-bearing performance that kept Hollywood censors on their toes.


Howard Hughes: The Outlaw  1943  2.9 ★ 116 mins Classics Rated: NR
In this classic Western, bombshell Jane Russell makes her film debut as the sultry señorita who comes between Billy the Kid (Jack Buetel) and Doc Holliday (Walter Huston). Hot on their trail is persistent Sheriff Pat Garrett (Thomas Mitchell). Controversial upon its initial release -- due largely to ad material that showed off Russell's cleavage -- the film sat on the shelf for three years while producer-director Howard Hughes battled cen...


The Outlaw  1943  2.7 ★ 115 mins Classics Rated: NR
When infamous gunslinger Billy the Kid (Jack Beutel) rides into town, Doc Holliday (Walter Huston) and legendary lawman Pat Garrett (Thomas Mitchells) are forced to test their friendship. But once the sultry Rio (Jane Russell) shows up to test their libidos, all bets are off. Eccentric millionaire Howard Hughes directs a young and buxom Russell in her screen debut -- a cleavage-bearing performance that kept Hollywood censors on their toes.


Bataan Nominated For/Won Awards 1943  3.4 ★ 114 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
As thousands of soldiers evacuate Manila after weeks under Japanese attack, a lone squadron is left in Bataan to carry out a crucial mission. Director Tay Garnett's extraordinarily realistic drama -- which stars Robert Taylor, Robert Walker and Desi Arnaz -- perfectly captures the action, intensity and raw courage of one of the most explosive battles of WWII.


The Outlaw  1943  3.1 ★ 117 mins Classics Rated: NR  starting 01-Jan-2025 
When infamous gunslinger Billy the Kid (Jack Beutel) rides into town, Doc Holliday (Walter Huston) and legendary lawman Pat Garrett (Thomas Mitchell) are forced to test their friendship. But once the sultry Rio (Jane Russell) shows up to test their libidos, all bets are off. Eccentric millionaire Howard Hughes directs a young and buxom Russell in her screen debut -- a cleavage-bearing performance that kept Hollywood censors on their toes.


Bataan Nominated For/Won Awards 1943  3.4 ★ 114 mins Classics Rated: NR
As thousands of soldiers evacuate Manila after weeks under Japanese attack, a lone squadron is left in Bataan to carry out a crucial mission. Director Tay Garnett's extraordinarily realistic drama -- which stars Robert Taylor, Robert Walker and Desi Arnaz -- perfectly captures the action, intensity and raw courage of one of the most explosive battles of WWII.


Immortal Sergeant  1942  3.4 ★ 106 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Tough but benevolent British army Sgt. Kelly (Thomas Mitchell) has the respect of all his soldiers, an admiration that only grows deeper when he leads them bravely through the desert but tragically dies before they can be rescued. Now, it's up to one of Kelly's most soft-spoken corporals (Henry Fonda) to pick up the reins of leadership and shepherd the troops to safety. Maureen O'Hara co-stars as Fonda's sweetheart, who's waiting in the wings.


Immortal Sergeant  1942  3.4 ★ 106 mins Classics Rated: NR
Tough but benevolent British army Sgt. Kelly (Thomas Mitchell) has the respect of all his soldiers, an admiration that only grows deeper when he leads them bravely through the desert but tragically dies before they can be rescued. Now, it's up to one of Kelly's most soft-spoken corporals (Henry Fonda) to pick up the reins of leadership and shepherd the troops to safety. Maureen O'Hara co-stars as Fonda's sweetheart, who's waiting in the wings.


Moontide Nominated For/Won Awards 1942  3.0 ★ 94 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
After a bender on the waterfront, longshoreman Bobo (great French star Jean Gabin) fears he may have committed murder and quickly finds work on a remote barge, where he rescues beautiful waitress Anna (Ida Lupino) from suicide. As love blooms for the pair, Bobo's shady friend Tiny (Thomas Mitchell) uses the murder as blackmail in this melancholy drama, scripted by novelist John O'Hara. Cinematographer Charles G. Clarke was nominated for an Oscar.


The Black Swan Nominated For/Won Awards 1942  3.4 ★ 85 mins Classics Rated: NR
Notorious pirate Henry Morgan (Laird Cregar) and buccaneer Jamie Waring (Tyrone Power) are partners in crime -- until Morgan is made governor of Jamaica and sends Waring to rid the Caribbean of criminals. Ambivalent about his new role, Waring finally reforms after falling for the beautiful Margaret (Maureen O'Hara). But when Margaret is kidnapped, Waring must come to her rescue in this swashbuckler, which won a Best Cinematography Oscar.


The Black Swan Nominated For/Won Awards 1942  3.5 ★ 85 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Notorious pirate Henry Morgan (Laird Cregar) and buccaneer Jamie Waring (Tyrone Power) are partners in crime -- until Morgan is made governor of Jamaica and sends Waring to rid the Caribbean of criminals. Ambivalent about his new role, Waring finally reforms after falling for the beautiful Margaret (Maureen O'Hara). But when Margaret is kidnapped, Waring must come to her rescue in this swashbuckler, which won a Best Cinematography Oscar.


Moontide Nominated For/Won Awards 1942  3.0 ★ 94 mins Classics Rated: NR
After a bender on the waterfront, longshoreman Bobo (great French star Jean Gabin) fears he may have committed murder and quickly finds work on a remote barge, where he rescues beautiful waitress Anna (Ida Lupino) from suicide. As love blooms for the pair, Bobo's shady friend Tiny (Thomas Mitchell) uses the murder as blackmail in this melancholy drama, scripted by novelist John O'Hara. Cinematographer Charles G. Clarke was nominated for an Oscar.


The Long Voyage Home Nominated For/Won Awards 1940  3.2 ★ 105 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Adapted from four Eugene O'Neill one-act plays, this lyrical drama from legendary director John Ford features the stunning visuals of renowned cinematographer Gregg Toland. As the merchant ship Glencairn crosses the Atlantic during World War II, the anxious crew deals with rough weather, the threat of German warplanes and a possible spy on board. John Wayne stars in this classic, which was nominated for six Oscars, including Best Picture.


Our Town Nominated For/Won Awards 1940  3.1 ★ 90 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning play covers the lives and events of two families in a woodsy New Hampshire village from the year 1900 through 1913. In this film adaptation, William Holden and Martha Scott reprise their roles from the Broadway production, playing teenagers who fall in love, marry and bear a child. Throughout, the film hammers home its message about the preciousness of time in people's short lives.


The Long Voyage Home  1940  3.2 ★ 105 mins Classics Rated: NR
Adapted from four Eugene O'Neill one-act plays, this lyrical drama from legendary director John Ford features the stunning visuals of renowned cinematographer Gregg Toland. As the merchant ship Glencairn crosses the Atlantic during World War II, the anxious crew deals with rough weather, the threat of German warplanes and a possible spy on board. John Wayne stars in this classic, which was nominated for six Oscars, including Best Picture.


Swiss Family Robinson Nominated For/Won Awards 1940  3.8 ★ 93 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Edward Ludwig directed this first film adaptation of Johann David Wyss's classic novel. In the early 19th century, the Robinson family -- led by father William (Thomas Mitchell) -- leaves England for Australia and ends up shipwrecked on a deserted South Pacific isle. Doing their best to survive, William, mother Elizabeth (Edna Best) and their four sons work to create an idyllic home, but soon pirates lay siege to the island.


Swiss Family Robinson  1940  3.8 ★ 93 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Edward Ludwig directed this first film adaptation of Johann David Wyss's classic novel. In the early 19th century, the Robinson family -- led by father William (Thomas Mitchell) -- leaves England for Australia and ends up shipwrecked on a deserted South Pacific isle. Doing their best to survive, William, mother Elizabeth (Edna Best) and their four sons work to create an idyllic home, but soon pirates lay siege to the island.


Our Town Nominated For/Won Awards 1940  3.2 ★ 90 mins Classics Rated: NR
Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning play covers the lives and events of two families in a woodsy New Hampshire village from the year 1900 through 1913. In this film adaptation, William Holden and Martha Scott reprise their roles from the Broadway production, playing teenagers who fall in love, marry and bear a child. Throughout, the film hammers home its message about the preciousness of time in people's short lives.


Angels Over Broadway Nominated For/Won Awards 1940  2.8 ★ 80 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Rita Hayworth star in this dark drama about the exploits of four Broadway types, which illustrate Times Square life in 1940. One is a playwright who saves another character, an embezzler, from suicide. A third is a hustler type (Fairbanks) who thinks he can pull one over on the embezzler. Completing the group is the girl (Hayworth) who gets in on the hustle before it's all worked out.


Angels Over Broadway Nominated For/Won Awards 1940  2.9 ★ 80 mins Classics Rated: NR
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Rita Hayworth star in this dark drama about the exploits of four Broadway types, which illustrate Times Square life in 1940. One is a playwright who saves another character, an embezzler, from suicide. A third is a hustler type (Fairbanks) who thinks he can pull one over on the embezzler. Completing the group is the girl (Hayworth) who gets in on the hustle before it's all worked out.


Gone with the Wind: Bonus Material  1939  4.0 ★ Classic Movies
The bonus features for the sweeping, epic tale of "Gone with the Wind" includes the documentary "The Making of a Legend" produced by David O. Selznick's sons, and narrated by Christopher Plummer; a documentary on the movies released in 1939, "Hollywood's Greatest Year"; a new documentary chronicling how the movie continues to influence generations of filmmakers and actors; interviews with cast members; the TV special "Moviola: The Scarlett O'H...


Gone with the Wind  1939  4.0 ★ 233 mins Classics Rated: G
Margaret Mitchell's sweeping Civil War saga remains (adjusted for inflation) the highest-grossing movie of all time and one of the greatest examples of storytelling ever committed to celluloid. Vivien Leigh's tempestuous Scarlett O'Hara and Clark Gable's handsome rogue Rhett Butler bicker and battle from antebellum plantations to the streets of postwar Atlanta. Brilliantly restored on DVD with vibrant colors and rich sound.


Only Angels Have Wings Nominated For/Won Awards 1939  3.5 ★ 121 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
A macho group of pilots brave the rugged Andes in director Howard Hawks's film about daredevil Geoff Carter's (Cary Grant) air-delivery outfit. Carter's men must be ready to face danger on every flight, so when pilot Barthelmess (Bat McPherson) makes a tragic error, he's cast off by his fellow pilots. Barthelmess's wife, Judith (Rita Hayworth), tries to seduce Geoff, but Geoff is intrigued by stranded showgirl Bonnie Lee (Jean Arthur).


Gone with the Wind: Bonus Material: Disc 1  1939  4.1 ★ 125 mins Classic Movies Rated: G
Even hard-to-please Scarlett would appreciate this bonus disc, which includes "The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind," the acclaimed 1989 documentary by Selznick's sons and narrated by Christopher Plummer; "Restoring a Legend," a revealing look at Warner Bros.' restoration and Ultra-Resolution process; footage from the 1939 Atlanta and 1961 Civil War Centennial Atlanta premieres; and "The Old South," a historical 1940 theatrical short.


Gone with the Wind: Bonus Material: Disc 2  1939  3.9 ★ 125 mins Classic Movies Rated: G
The actors of David O. Selznick's classic get the spotlight in this bonus DVD, which includes the featurette "Melanie Remembers: Olivia de Havilland Recalls Gone with the Wind"; "Clark Gable: A King Remembered," a portrait of the MGM leading man's career; "Vivien Leigh: Scarlett and Beyond," a revealing look at Leigh's tumultuous life, hosted by Jessica Lange; mini-bios of prominent cast members; five theatrical trailers; and more.


Stagecoach  1939  3.6 ★ 96 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
With rumors buzzing about a potential Indian raid, a mélange of troubled passengers climbs aboard the Overland Stage headed for Lordsburg. En route they run into the Ringo Kid (John Wayne), a notorious outlaw who's bolted from jail seeking vengeance on the men who framed him for murder. But the true threat looms down the road, where marauding Apaches could strike without warning. Will the travelers band together -- or unravel under the pr...


Gone With the Wind: Disc 2  1939  4.2 ★ 233 mins Classics Rated: G
Director Victor Fleming's 1939 epic adaption of Margaret Mitchell's novel of the same name stars Vivien Leigh as self-absorbed, headstrong Scarlett O'Hara, a Southern Belle who meets her match in Rhett Butler just as the Civil War breaks out.


Gone with the Wind Nominated For/Won Awards 1939  4.2 ★ 233 mins Classics Rated: G
Director Victor Fleming's 1939 epic adaption of Margaret Mitchell's novel of the same name stars Vivien Leigh as self-absorbed, headstrong Scarlett O'Hara, a Southern Belle who meets her match in Rhett Butler just as the Civil War breaks out.


The Hunchback of Notre Dame Nominated For/Won Awards 1939  3.5 ★ 115 mins Drama Rated: NR
Overcome by lust, High Justice Frollo (Cedric Hardwicke) -- a religious fraud -- dispatches deformed bell-ringer Quasimodo (Charles Laughton) to kidnap winsome gypsy Esmeralda (Maureen O'Hara). But Quasimodo is thwarted and pays for his crime with a public flogging. Esmeralda offers him comfort, and her kindness kindles his passion. When she's later falsely convicted of murder and condemned to death, only the love-struck Quasimodo can save her.


Gone with the Wind  1939  4.0 ★ 233 mins Classics Rated: G
Margaret Mitchell's sweeping Civil War saga remains (adjusted for inflation) the highest-grossing movie of all time and one of the greatest examples of storytelling ever committed to celluloid. Vivien Leigh's tempestuous Scarlett O'Hara and Clark Gable's handsome rogue Rhett Butler bicker and battle from antebellum plantations to the streets of postwar Atlanta. Brilliantly restored on DVD with vibrant colors and rich sound.


Stagecoach Nominated For/Won Awards 1939  3.9 ★ 99 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR RT:100%
With rumors buzzing about a potential Indian raid, a mélange of troubled passengers climbs aboard the Overland Stage headed for Lordsburg. En route they run into the Ringo Kid (John Wayne), a notorious outlaw who's bolted from jail seeking vengeance on the men who framed him for murder. But the true threat looms down the road, where marauding Apaches could strike without warning. Will the travelers band together -- or unravel under the pr...


Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Nominated For/Won Awards 1939  3.9 ★ 129 mins Classics Rated: NR
When idealistic junior senator Jefferson Smith (James Stewart) arrives in Washington, D.C., he's full of plans and dazzled by his surroundings -- qualities he retains despite widespread corruption among his cynical colleagues. Jean Arthur puts in a sharp performance as Smith's streetwise secretary, who helps him navigate his way through Congress, in this Academy Award-winning classic from director Frank Capra.


Only Angels Have Wings Nominated For/Won Awards 1939  3.5 ★ 121 mins Classics Rated: NR
A macho group of pilots brave the rugged Andes in director Howard Hawks's film about daredevil Geoff Carter's (Cary Grant) air-delivery outfit. Carter's men must be ready to face danger on every flight, so when pilot Barthelmess (Bat McPherson) makes a tragic error, he's cast off by his fellow pilots. Barthelmess's wife, Judith (Rita Hayworth), tries to seduce Geoff, but Geoff is intrigued by stranded showgirl Bonnie Lee (Jean Arthur).


Gone with the Wind Nominated For/Won Awards 1939  4.2 ★ 233 mins Classic Movies Rated: G RT:95%
Director Victor Fleming's 1939 epic adaption of Margaret Mitchell's novel of the same name stars Vivien Leigh as self-absorbed, headstrong Scarlett O'Hara, a Southern Belle who meets her match in Rhett Butler just as the Civil War breaks out.


Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Nominated For/Won Awards 1939  4.0 ★ 129 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR RT:97%
When idealistic junior senator Jefferson Smith (James Stewart) arrives in Washington, D.C., he's full of plans and dazzled by his surroundings -- qualities he retains despite widespread corruption among his cynical colleagues. Jean Arthur puts in a sharp performance as Smith's streetwise secretary, who helps him navigate his way through Congress, in this Academy Award-winning classic from director Frank Capra.


The Hunchback of Notre Dame Nominated For/Won Awards 1939  3.6 ★ 115 mins Dramas Rated: NR
Overcome by lust, High Justice Frollo (Cedric Hardwicke) -- a religious fraud -- dispatches deformed bell-ringer Quasimodo (Charles Laughton) to kidnap winsome gypsy Esmeralda (Maureen O'Hara). But Quasimodo is thwarted and pays for his crime with a public flogging. Esmeralda offers him comfort, and her kindness kindles his passion. When she's later falsely convicted of murder and condemned to death, only the love-struck Quasimodo can save her.


Stagecoach Nominated For/Won Awards 1939  3.9 ★ 99 mins Classics Rated: NR
With rumors buzzing about a potential Indian raid, a mélange of troubled passengers climbs aboard the Overland Stage headed for Lordsburg. En route they run into the Ringo Kid (John Wayne), a notorious outlaw who's bolted from jail seeking vengeance on the men who framed him for murder. But the true threat looms down the road, where marauding Apaches could strike without warning. Will the travelers band together -- or unravel under the pr...


Stagecoach  1939  3.6 ★ 96 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
With rumors buzzing about a potential Indian raid, a mélange of troubled passengers climbs aboard the Overland Stage headed for Lordsburg. En route they run into the Ringo Kid (John Wayne), a notorious outlaw who's bolted from jail seeking vengeance on the men who framed him for murder. But the true threat looms down the road, where marauding Apaches could strike without warning. Will the travelers band together -- or unravel under the pr...


Stagecoach: Bonus Material  1939  3.9 ★ 120 mins Classics Rated: NR
The bonus material for this classic John Wayne western includes feature-length profiles of Wayne and director John Ford, the documentary "Stagecoach: A Story of Redemption" and more.


This Above All / Second Honeymoon  1937  3.0 ★ 192 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Hollywood legend Tyrone Power showcases both his dramatic and his comedic acting skills with performances in these two classics. In This Above All, a conscientious objector (Power) dates a wealthy young woman (Joan Fontaine) after deserting the British army; then, in Second Honeymoon, a newlywed (Loretta Young) quickly becomes bored with her executive husband (Lyle Talbot) when she runs into her charismatic first spouse (Power).


Lost Horizon Nominated For/Won Awards 1937  3.6 ★ 134 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR RT:100%
In Frank Capra's classic based on the James Hilton novel, plane-crash survivors are led through the Himalayas to Shangri-La, a village without hate or crime where no one ages. Robert Conway (Ronald Coleman) is chosen to succeed Shangri-La's High Lama and falls for Sondra (Jane Wyatt), but his brother convinces him to leave on an ill-fated trek. When Conway ends up in England with amnesia, will he manage to go back and fulfill his destiny?


Make Way for Tomorrow  1937  3.6 ★ 92 mins Classics Rated: NR
After losing their home to foreclosure, devastated Barkley (Victor Moore) and his wife, Lucy (Beulah Bondi), must part ways because not one of their grown children has room for them both. As the elders try to fit in with their kids' families, they struggle with loneliness. Directed by Leo McCarey and based on a novel by Josephine Lawrence, this moving drama also stars Fay Bainter, Thomas Mitchell and Porter Hall.


Make Way for Tomorrow  1937  3.6 ★ 92 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR RT:100%
After losing their home to foreclosure, devastated Barkley (Victor Moore) and his wife, Lucy (Beulah Bondi), must part ways because not one of their grown children has room for them both. As the elders try to fit in with their kids' families, they struggle with loneliness. Directed by Leo McCarey and based on a novel by Josephine Lawrence, this moving drama also stars Fay Bainter, Thomas Mitchell and Porter Hall.


The Hurricane  1937  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
John Hall stars as Terangi, a Pacific island native wrongly imprisoned in Tahiti, who struggles to regain his freedom. His objective: to return to his home island and to his loyal and beautiful wife, Marama (Dorothy Lamour). Helmed by legendary director John Ford, this salty South Seas epic still packs plenty of romance and daring-do, along with a spectacular storm sequence that at the time set the standard for Hollywood visual effects.


Lost Horizon Nominated For/Won Awards 1937  3.6 ★ 134 mins Classics Rated: NR
In Frank Capra's classic based on the James Hilton novel, plane-crash survivors are led through the Himalayas to Shangri-La, a village without hate or crime where no one ages. Robert Conway (Ronald Coleman) is chosen to succeed Shangri-La's High Lama and falls for Sondra (Jane Wyatt), but his brother convinces him to leave on an ill-fated trek. When Conway ends up in England with amnesia, will he manage to go back and fulfill his destiny?


The Hurricane  1937  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
John Hall stars as Terangi, a Pacific island native wrongly imprisoned in Tahiti, who struggles to regain his freedom. His objective: to return to his home island and to his loyal and beautiful wife, Marama (Dorothy Lamour). Helmed by legendary director John Ford, this salty South Seas epic still packs plenty of romance and daring-do, along with a spectacular storm sequence that at the time set the standard for Hollywood visual effects.


This Above All / Second Honeymoon  1937  3.0 ★ 192 mins Classics Rated: NR
Hollywood legend Tyrone Power showcases both his dramatic and his comedic acting skills with performances in these two classics. In This Above All, a conscientious objector (Power) dates a wealthy young woman (Joan Fontaine) after deserting the British army; then, in Second Honeymoon, a newlywed (Loretta Young) quickly becomes bored with her executive husband (Lyle Talbot) when she runs into her charismatic first spouse (Power).


The Hurricane Nominated For/Won Awards 1937  3.1 ★ 103 mins Classics Rated: R
After being unjustly imprisoned, South Pacific islander Jon Hall escapes in an effort to reunite with his bride (Dorothy Lamour). As Hall eludes the law, he must also combat a vicious typhoon that contains some jolting effects, even by today's standards. Director John Ford (famous for his classic Westerns) proves he can handle the elements anywhere, including the storm-tossed high seas.


Classic Cinema: Mickey Rooney Triple Feature  1936  3.0 ★ 283 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Pint-sized dynamo Mickey Rooney, one of the biggest box office stars of the late 1930s and early '40s, is featured here in three gems that will keep you laughing. In Little Lord Fauntleroy, Rooney assists the titular character. In Love Laughs at Andy Hardy, Andy (Rooney) returns to college after serving in World War II. And in The Big Wheel, Rooney's a race-car driver who seems to take after his dad … who died on the track!


Theodora Goes Wild / Together Again  1936  3.1 ★ 193 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Five-time Oscar nominee Irene Dunne headlines this screwball comedy double bill alongside a cast of Hollywood heavyweights, including Melvyn Douglas and frequent collaborator Charles Boyer. In the first film, Dunne stars as a prim schoolteacher who writes a steamy novel that sends shockwaves through her small town. In the second, Dunne plays a widow who falls for an eccentric artist (Boyer) hired to fashion a statue of her late husband.


Classic Cinema: Mickey Rooney Triple Feature  1936  3.0 ★ 283 mins Classics Rated: NR
Pint-sized dynamo Mickey Rooney, one of the biggest box office stars of the late 1930s and early '40s, is featured here in three gems that will keep you laughing. In Little Lord Fauntleroy, Rooney assists the titular character. In Love Laughs at Andy Hardy, Andy (Rooney) returns to college after serving in World War II. And in The Big Wheel, Rooney's a race-car driver who seems to take after his dad … who died on the track!


Theodora Goes Wild / Together Again  1936  3.1 ★ 193 mins Classics Rated: NR
Five-time Oscar nominee Irene Dunne headlines this screwball comedy double bill alongside a cast of Hollywood heavyweights, including Melvyn Douglas and frequent collaborator Charles Boyer. In the first film, Dunne stars as a prim schoolteacher who writes a steamy novel that sends shockwaves through her small town. In the second, Dunne plays a widow who falls for an eccentric artist (Boyer) hired to fashion a statue of her late husband.

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