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VCR: Betty Boop in Musical Mountaineers VCR Tape 1982$5.99
Vintage Betty Boop in Musical Mountaineers VCR Tape 1982
Betty in blunderland-Stop that noise-Swat the fly 30 minutes fully aninated cartoons
VHS A Bug’s Life 1998$4.99VHS A Bug’s Life 1998
There was such a magic on the screen in 1995 when the people
at Pixar came up with the first fully computer-animated film, Toy Story. Their
second feature film, A Bug’s Life, may miss the bull’s-eye but Pixar’s target is so lofty,
it’s hard to find the film anything less than irresistible.
Brighter and more colorful than the other animated insect movie of 1998 (Antz),
A Bug’s Life is the sweetly told story of Flik (voiced by David Foley), an ant searching for better ways to be a bug.
His colony unfortunately revolves around feeding and fearing the local grasshoppers (lead by Hopper, voiced with gleeful
menace by Kevin Spacey). When Flik accidentally destroys the seasonal food supply for the grasshoppers
he decides to look for help (“We need bigger bugs!”). The ants, led by Princess Atta (Julia Louis-Dreyfus),
are eager to dispose of the troublesome Flik. Yet he finds help–a hearty bunch of bug warriors–and brings them back to the colony.
Unfortunately they are just traveling performers afraid of conflict.
As with Toy Story, the ensemble of creatures and voices is remarkable and often inspired.
Highlights include wiseacre comedian Denis Leary as an un-ladylike ladybug, Joe Ranft as
the German-accented caterpillar, David Hyde Pierce as a stick bug, and Michael McShane as a
pair of unintelligible pillbugs. The scene-stealer is Atta’s squeaky-voiced sister, baby Dot
(Hayden Panettiere), who has a big sweet spot for Flik.
More gentle and kid-friendly than Antz, A Bug Life’s still has some good suspense and a wonderful
demise of the villain. However, the film–a giant worldwide hit–will be remembered for its most creative
touch: “outtakes” over the end credits à la many live-action comedy films. These dozen or so scenes (both “editions” of
outtakes are contained here) are brilliant and deserve a special place in film history right along with 1998’s
other most talked-about sequence: the opening Normandy invasion in Saving Private Ryan.The video also contains Pixar’s delightful Oscar-winning short, Geri’s Game. Box art varies.Color-95 mins– The case show wear-
VHS Antz 1998$2.99VHS Antz 1998
Woody Allen as a worker ant with an inferiority complex? Sylvester Stallone as an affable
soldier ant who discovers that digging tunnels is cool? The animation playground we all
knew so well is turning into a theme park full of in-jokes for grownups. Antz explores age-old
topics (one person–err, insect–can make a difference, individuality and social responsibility must
exist side by side, war is hell) with comic asides and Woody Allen’s funniest quips this side of PG (adults will chuckle
at the socialist slogans bandied about as he campaigns for workers’ rights). Sharon Stone voices the rebellious
princess with a fun-loving streak that doesn’t quite overcome her royal bearing and court training, but she can learn.
Gene Hackman is all teeth (ants have teeth?) and menacing grins as the Army general plotting insect-icide.
This bug’s-eye view of life on Earth gives Allen’s neurotic nonconformist an epic adventure of microscopic
proportions: a devastating war with a termite colony, an odyssey to the fabled land of plenty (a picnic ground),
and a race to save his fellow workers from certain death. Other voices include Anne Bancroft as the Queen, Christopher
Walken, Jennifer Lopez, Danny Glover, Dan Aykroyd, Jane Curtin, and John Mahoney. The computer animation isn’t exactly
realistic but feels as solid and contoured as puppet animation with the smoothness and slickness of traditional cel cartoons,
and the character designs and animation offer a marvelous range of expressions. The PG rating includes a gritty battle
sequence that may frighten youngsters.Color-93 mins– The case show wear-
VHS Beauty and the Beast (A Walt Disney Classic) 1991$5.99VHS Beauty and the Beast (A Walt Disney Classic) 1991
The film that officially signaled Disney’s animation renaissance (following The Little Mermaid) and the only animated feature
to receive a Best Picture Oscar nomination, Beauty and the Beast remains the yardstick by which all other animated
films should be measured. It relates the story of Belle, a bookworm with a dotty inventor for a father;
when he inadvertently offends the Beast (a prince whose heart is too hard to love anyone besides himself),
Belle boldly takes her father’s place, imprisoned in the Beast’s gloomy mansion. Naturally, Belle teaches the Beast to love.
What makes this such a dazzler, besides the amazingly accomplished animation and the winning coterie of supporting characters
(the Beast’s mansion is overrun by quipping, dancing household items) is the array of beautiful and hilarious songs by composer
Alan Menken and the late, lamented lyricist Howard Ashman. (The title song won the 1991 Best Song Oscar, and Menken’s score
scored a trophy as well.) The downright funniest song is “Gaston,” a lout’s paean to himself (including the immortal line,
“I use antlers in all of my de-co-ra-ting”). “Be Our Guest” is transformed into an inspired Busby Berkeley homage.
Since Ashman’s passing, animated musicals haven’t quite reached the same exhilarating level of wit, sophistication, and pure joy.
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VHS Disney’s Beauty and the Beast – The Enchanted Christmas 1997$2.99VHS Disney’s Beauty and the Beast – The Enchanted Christmas 1997
Obviously the Disney suits gave more than two figs about the legacy from the first Beast film,
as they reassembled the former cast and spent some cash on production and tune-smithing for this
straight-to-video effort. The events unfold between the time in the first film where Belle bartered
herself to the Beast and her later return to the village to save her father. So the Beast’s heart
still hasn’t been melted yet, and he’s susceptible to the inky persuasions of Forte (Tim Curry),
a malevolent pipe organ (and former music teacher to the prince). Belle is still trying to win over
the Beast and decides that bringing Christmas to the castle will be the way to do it. Please control
that gag reflex for this does work remarkably well, and though entirely unnecessary
and certainly not a complement to the original, it doesn’t tarnish its good name.. Color-72 mins– The case show one area cut and show wear-
VHS Flipper 1996$2.99VHS Flipper 1996
The 1963 film that inspired a popular television series about a chatty,
lovable dolphin gets a sunny makeover in this 1996 update. Elijah Wood plays Sandy,
a bleak adolescent from Chicago struggling with the recent divorce of his parents and wanting
only to immerse himself in familiar comforts. Instead, Sandy is sent to Coral Key, an island off Australia,
to spend a summer with his Uncle Porter (Paul Hogan), a benevolent old fisherman. The sights and pleasures of
the island, including a pretty neighbor named Kim (Jessica Wesson), aren’t enough to shake off Sandy’s gloomy
outlook. But when he meets Flipper while boating with Porter, his morale improves considerably, then gets another
boost when Flipper develops a loyal attachment to him. A subplot about a crooked charter-boat company dumping
toxic waste off the coast feels like a necessary evil, just to give the screenwriter something to do. Other than that,
the film is quite fun and charming, and Hogan is a pleasure to see with his cracker-barrel wisdom. Great fun all around
for ages 6 and up. Color-36 mins-The case show wear–
VHS Free Willy 1993$3.99VHS Free Willy 1993
Some of us will never understand why this boy-and-his-whale tale became the hit family
film of 1993 and one of the bestselling videos of all time. But it is easy to see how clever
marketing and a tear-jerking story could touch the hearts of kids and parents the world over,
especially because the endangered Orca whale named Willy is such a majestic creature. The story
couldn’t be more conventional–it’s like Old Yeller and The Black Stallion with a big sea mammal–but
as the boy who comes to Willy’s aid against the whale’s exploitative owner, young Jason James Richter
gives an appealing performance with which children can readily identify. After two sequels and an animated
television series, this popular film also had a happy real-life ending: Keiko the whale (who plays Willy)
recovered from failing health and was gradually trained to survive outside of captivity-color 112 min case shoe wear and the cover booklet is missing
VHS Free Willy 2 1995$12.99VHS Free Willy 2 1995
Psst: don’t tell anybody, but this time the whale, and all of his whale pals and relatives,
are either computer-generated images or old-fashioned miniatures (models).
The humans in this film are reasonably real, however, including Jason James Richter,
returning to his role as the former delinquent whose advocacy for an imprisoned orca turned
his life around in Free Willy. You may recall that Willy jumped the aquarium fence, so to speak,
at the end of that 1993 family movie, and regrouped in open seas with the pod from which he had been
cruelly snatched. This 1995 sequel again finds Willy in trouble at the hands of the civilized world,
this time due to an oil slick and explosion that may very well kill him or cause him to be locked away again.
Meanwhile, Richter’s growing character has other problems, including a troublesome half-brother and the rumblings
of puppy love. One way in which this film is superior to its predecessor is a greater range of visual opportunities, i.e.,
shooting out on the ocean instead of in the whale hero’s old tank. Of course, it helps that master cinematographer László Kovács
(Five Easy Pieces) is behind the camera. Followed by another sequel- Color-98 mins-case show wear
VHS Get on the Bus Washington D. C.$6.99
VHS Get on the Bus Washington D. C. On October 16 1996 The one year anniversary of the millionman march.Direcctor Spike Lee invites you to lift your head raise your voice and get on the bus 13 a bus trip beginning in Los Angeles and the passengers, all from vastly divergent ages, backgrounds, and beliefs, getting to know one another and discussing their respective reasons for making the trip. The group, including a gay couple, a father and his son, a cop, and an actor, each confront the hostilities and prejudices they have faced as well as the ones they hold within themselves. And along the road they encounter incidents that bring into sharp focus the need they feel to acknowledge their heritage and shared struggle. Frequently entertaining in its rapid pace and cutting dialogue, this small but ambitious effort is sure to provoke debate even as it entertains.
VHS Muppet Treasure Island 1996$5.99VHS Muppet Treasure Island 1996
Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic pirate tale takes on a life of its own in the hands of the hilarious Muppets(TM)!
MUPPET TREASURE ISLAND(TM) — the Muppets‘ very first action-adventure — is the fun-packed, music-filled,
high-seas swashbuckler the entire family will enjoy over and over. It all begins when young Jim Hawkins inherits
a long-lost map to a pirate’s treasure. Jim hires the great ship Hispaniola where he meets the good Captain Smollett
(Kermit the Frog) and the evil yet charming Long John Silver (Tim Curry). With adventure in their hearts and treasure
chests of gold in their eyes, they set sail on the bounding main only to discover danger at every turn — including
Benjamina Gunn (Miss Piggy), Treasure Island’s worshipped love goddess who’s dressed to kill! Featuring a rollicking
musical score by Academy Award(R)-winning Hans Zimmer (THE LION KING, 1994), MUPPET
TREASURE ISLAND is a real gem that “explodes with wit, weirdness, and wildy inventive fun.” (New York Post) Color-100 mins.
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VHS The Land Before Time IV – Journey Through the Mists 1996$3.99VHS The Land Before Time IV – Journey Through the Mists 1996
Littlefoot and the gang meet a shy newcomer, Ali, but the pleasantries stop there.
There’s a dire environmental theme to this third sequel in the series, in which the
world’s weather changes beyond the Great Valley, and what had been dry land is now a
“land of mists.” The shift brings new creatures who push out older inhabitants, and
Littlefoot sees these radical changes for himself when he has to venture into the area
to find a medicinal flower for his sick grandfather. While the animation is slow and contained
the way direct-to-video cartoon releases
often are, the story is sound and the now-familiar characters are memorable. –Color- 74 mins case show wear
VHS The Land Before Time VI – The Secret of Saurus Rock 1998$3.99VHS The Land Before Time VI – The Secret of Saurus Rock 1998
Ten years and six films (most released straight to video) have made
these plucky dinosaurs favorites among the younger set. This new adventure is, well, pretty
much like all the others. Littlefoot hears the story of a legendary dinosaur that defended the
land years before and is praised by the mysterious land form known as Saurus Rock. When a strange
brontosaurus named Doc wanders through town, Littlefoot is convinced he is the legend. Same old fare:
earthshakes, mean old “sharptooths” (T-Rexes), lots of screaming, and a lesson learned. Only three songs.
The biggest surprise is Kris Kristofferson as the voice of Doc.This is the sixth “The Land Before Time” movie. color 77 mins– case show wear
VHS The Lion King 1994$6.99VHS The Lion King 1994
Wild Africa is the setting for this animated tale of a young lion cub whose evil uncle usurps his father’s
crown and lets hyenas overrun the kingdom. Dodging danger and befriending some oddball characters, the cub wanders
until the day he’s ready to return. Songs by Elton John and featuring the voices of Whoopie Goldberg, Cheech Marin,
James Earl Jones, Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane and Jeremy Irons. Academy Award Nominations: 4, including 3 for Best Original Song.
Academy Awards: 2, including Best Original Score and Best Original Song (Elton John and Tim Rice: “Can You Feel the Love Tonight”).
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VHS The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride 1998$9.99VHS The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride 1998
The story is stunning and picks up basically where TLK left off. Simba and Nala’s daughter,
Kiara, is being raised to become the future queen. In the meantime, she encounters a cub from a tribe
of outsiders named Kovu, and they immediatly become friends. However, both of their families stand in the way
of their friendship continuing, and they never see each other again until they are adults – and that’s where things
really get interesting! Zira, the leader of the outsiders and Scar’s mate, is trying to kill
Simba, and Kovu figures into the plan. In the end, both tribes clash in all out war. You’ll just have
to watch to see how the story ends.Color 76 min Case show wear
VHS The Muppet Christmas Carol 1992$3.99VHS The Muppet Christmas Carol 1992
Charles Dickens’ classic holiday story sparkles with humor
and whimsy in the hands of the always hilarious Muppets! Michael Caine stars as penny-pinching Ebenezer Scrooge
in a performance that’s anything but “bah humbug!” Alone on Christmas Eve, Scrooge is visited by ghosts who transport
him to his past, present, and future — and it’s not a pretty sight! But along the way he comes upon poor, kind, humble
Bob Cratchit (Kermit the Frog) and his family, including Tiny Tim who teaches Scrooge the true meaning of Christmas.
Complete with original music and dazzling special effects, this heartfelt holiday movie
is exceptional entertainment your family will enjoy for every Christmas to come.Color- 89 mins-the case show wear-
VHS Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas 1993$9.99VHS Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas 1993
For those who never thought Disney would release a film in which Santa Claus is kidnapped and tortured, well,
here it is! The full title is Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, which should give you an idea of the
tone of this stop-action animated musical/fantasy/horror/comedy. It is based on characters created by Burton, the
former Disney animator best known as the director of Pee-wee’s Big Adventure, Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands,
and the first two Batman movies. His benignly scary-funny sensibility dominates the story of Halloweentown resident
Jack Skellington (voice by Danny Elfman, who also wrote the songs), who stumbles on a bizarre and fascinating
alternative universe called … Christmastown! Directed by Henry Selick (who later made the delightful
James and the Giant Peach), this PG-rated picture has a reassuringly light touch. As Roger Ebert noted
in his review, “some of the Halloween creatures might be a tad scary for smaller children, but this is the kind
of movie older kids will eat up; it has the kind of offbeat, subversive energy that tells them wonderful things are
likely to happen.” Color-76 mins– the case show wear
VHS Walt Disney’s Masterpiece Pinocchio 1993$7.99VHS Walt Disney’s Masterpiece Pinocchio 1993
Walt Disney’s second full-length animated feature is a timeless,
breathtakingly beautiful classic. Based on an 1800s story by Carlo Collodi, it stars Jiminy Cricket
(voiced by Cliff Edwards) as a vagabond insect who spends a rainy night at the shop of toymaker Geppetto.
The Blue Fairy brings a marionette to life after Geppetto wishes on a star for a son, and Jiminy Cricket
is appointed the new boy’s conscience. He has a devil of a time keeping up as Pinocchio is willingly lured
through various forms of temptation, the most frightening of which leads him to Pleasure Island, where he drinks,
smokes, and is almost turned into a jackass. This sequence, as well as Pinocchio’s brave rescue of Geppetto from
the belly of a whale, ranks among the most memorable in the history of animation. With such songs as “When You
Wish Upon a Star,” this is about as magical as cinema can get, a sublimely beautiful coming-of-age story for all
to treasure.Color- 88 mins– The case show wear-
VHS Willy Wonka & Chocolate Factory 1971$3.99VHS Willy Wonka & Chocolate Factory 1971
Having proven itself as a favorite film of children around the world, Willy
Wonka & the Chocolate Factory is every bit as entertaining now as it was when
originally released in 1971. There’s a timeless appeal to Roald Dahl’s classic
children’s novel, which was playfully preserved in this charming musical, from
the colorful carnival-like splendor of its production design to the infectious
melody of the “Oompah–Loompah” songs that punctuate the story. Who can forget those diminutive Oompah–Loompah
workers who recite rhyming parental warnings (“Oompah–Loompah, doopity do…”)
whenever some mischievous child has disobeyed Willy Wonka’s orders to remain orderly? Oh,
but we’re getting ahead of ourselves … it’s really the story of the impoverished Charlie Bucket,
who, along with four other kids and their parental guests, wins a coveted golden ticket to enter the
fantastic realm of Wonka’s mysterious confectionery. After the other kids have proven themselves to
be irresponsible brats, it’s Charlie who impresses Wonka and wins a reward beyond his wildest dreams.
But before that, the tour of Wonka’s factory provides a dazzling parade of delights, and with Gene Wilder
giving a brilliant performance as the eccentric candyman, Wonka gains an edge of menace and madness that nicely
counterbalances the movie’s sentimental sweetness. It’s that willingness to risk a darker tone–to show that even
a wonderland like Wonka’s can be a weird and dangerous place if you’re a bad kid–that makes this an enduring family classic.
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VHS;Drama Harry & Son (VHS 1984)$4.99
Harry & Son (VHS 1984)
Harry Keach has been widowed for two years and works as a bulldozer operator on a construction crew. Despite having a strong work ethic, that working life is cut short when health issues lead to him no longer being able to do the job. Harry has a strained relationship with his two grown children: Nina, who, with her insurance salesman husband, seems more concerned about what they can receive in material possessions through her relationship with Harry; and Howard, who still lives with Harry. Howard is an aspiring writer, but as a person who lives in the here and now would rather hang out having fun than find work in a steady job when he isn’t writing. Despite Harry loving Howard and Howard loving Harry, the strain in their relationship is brought to the fore as Howard can work but won’t while Harry wants to work but can’t. Especially while they still live together, the two have to come to a new understanding as they move into the next phase of their respective lives, Howard’s which includes his on-again, off-again relationship with girlfriend Katie Wilowski, that off again status due to Katie being pregnant with another man’s child, and Harry’s which includes Howard’s want for him to start thinking about women again
Director: Paul Newman
Writers: Ronald Buck & Paul Newman
Stars: Paul Newman, Robby Benson and Ellen Barkin
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VHS:A Girl of the Limberlost Adapted from GENE STRATTON PORTER”S classic book$4.99
VHS:A Girl of the Limberlost Adapted from GENE STRATTON PORTER”S classic book
A poor farm girl struggling to attend high school in the rural Indiana of 1908
finds encouragement in a lively older woman, despite opposition from her mother.
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VHS:Action Black Moon Rising Tommy Lee Jones & Linda Hamilton$4.99
VHS: Black Moon Rising Tommy Lee Jones & Linda Hamilton
Based on a story by John Carpenter. Black Moon Rising screams across the screen with the power and fury of tornado. It’s a supercharged adventure that puts the pedal to the metal and never lets up. When a sophisticated high tech automobile containing valuable secrets is stolen by a car theft ring, it’s up to Quint, a shrewd goverment “thief” to get it back. Determined to get the job done at any price, what goes down is hell on earth. Black Moon Rising is a uniquely explosive movie that will take you on the ride of your life.
….?1994 Starmaker Entertainment Inc….cover shows some wear, but in overall good used condition….
VHS:Action The Falcon & The Snowman$4.99
The Falcon & The Snowman
The true story of a disillusioned military contractor employee and his drug pusher childhood friend who became walk-in spies for the Soviet Union.
Christopher Boyce (Hutton) and Daulton Lee (Penn) were boyhood friends. As we meet them in their early twenties, Boyce has just quit the seminary, much to his father’s disappointment and has just taken a job at TRW. He is soon promoted to dealing with the company’s top-secret defense files, where he finds out about the CIA’s tampering with elections overseas. Lee is a runaway paroled heroin addict, kept on the run between the US and Mexico by the law and his narcotics deals.
Boyce is driven by ideological disillusionment. Lee by greed and the need for excitment-together they enter the dangerous, deadly game of selling national secrets to the Russians. With each operation, the stakes get higher the risks loom larger. Until the Falcon and the Snowman find that the game has no winners.
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Director: John Schlesinger
Writers: Robert Lindsey (book), Steven Zaillian
Stars:Timothy Hutton, Sean Penn and Pat Hingle
VHS:Adventure Tall Tale a Terrific Adventure 1996$5.99
VHS Tall Tale a Terrific Adventure 1996
Set at the turn of the last century, Pecos Bill,
John Henry and Paul Bunyan blaze a legendary trail across America as they save a young boy and
his family whose home is threatened by a greedy robber baron – Color 97 mins case show wear-
VHS:Air Force One Harrison Ford$4.99
VHS: Air Force One Harrison Ford
Breathtaking, gripping, nail biting, edge of your seat entertainment.
The fate of the nation rests on the courage of one man. Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman and Glenn Close….gripping thriller about an uncompromising U.S. President who has just told the world he will not negotiate with terrorists. When Russian neo-nationalists hijack Air Force One, the world’s most secure and extraordinary aircraft, the President is faced with a nearly impossible decision…give into the terrorist demands or sacrifice not only the country’s diginity but the lives of his wife and daughter. Buckle up for a wild ride…
….?1997 Beacon Communications Corp…..cover shows some wear, but in overall good used condition….
VHS:Anaconda it will take your breath away$4.99
VHS: Anaconda it will take your breath away
In the search for a lost civilization, they stumble onto a discovery that will literally take your breath away. It’s a slick, scary, funny creature feature…beautifully photographed…splendidly acted…
Wife, Mother, Victim, Until NOW…Francine Hughes has gone from homemaker to arsonist…from loving wife to murderess. By her own admission she set fire to her house and ex-husband. Can she possibly be innocent? On trial for her life, she testifies about a life that could be any woman’s. Imprisoned in a marriage with a man she never really knew…beaten senseless by a husband with uncontrolled rage…humiliated in front of three children too young to understand…shuffled around by authorites powerless to help her. She is lonely, angry and desperate. Because she knows that any day she could be killed. ?1995 Anchor Bay Entertainment, Inc….cover shows some wear, but in overall good used condition….
VHS:Bach and Broccoli$4.99
VHS Bach and Broccoli
Actors: Mah?e Paiement, Doris Blanchet-Vasiloff, Denis Bernard, V?ronique Lavoie, France Arbour
Directors: Andr? M?lan?on
Writers: Andr? M?lan?on, Bernadette Renaud
Producers: Ann Burke, Jean-Pierre Fauteux, Lennard Wells, Rock Demers
Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Live, NTSC
Rated: G (General Audience)
Number of tapes: 1
Studio: Family Home Ent
VHS Release Date: April 27, 1994
Run Time: 96 minutes
An orphan girl named Fanny is forced to live with her bachelor uncle.
When he puts his foot down at her pet skunk Broccoli the authorities decide
to place Fanny in a foster home, until he realizes how empty his life will be without her.
VHS:Blue Thunder 1983$4.99
Actors: Roy Scheider, Warren Oates, Candy Clark, Daniel Stern, Paul Roebling
Directors: John Badham
Writers: Dan O’Bannon, Dean Riesner, Don Jakoby
Producers: Andrew Fogelson, Gordon Carroll, Gregg Champion, Phil Feldman
Format: Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
Rated: R (Restricted)
Number of tapes: 1
Studio: Sony Pictures
VHS Release Date: May 15, 1995
Run Time: 109 minutes
Suspense in a void” is how critic Pauline Kael described this action-packed hit from 1983. In other words, this is one of those flashy, superbly crafted high-tech thrillers in which the star is a machine, while intelligent plotting and human characters are a lesser priority. The machine in question is Blue Thunder–a heavily armored prototype helicopter that is secretly being tested for use in a devious government conspiracy. Roy Scheider plays the police pilot who catches on to the nefarious plot and takes to the skies against an evil army colonel (Malcolm McDowell) who will defend his coconspirators at any cost. Director John Badham was a hot property in the early ’80s (he directed WarGames the same year), and Blue Thunder served as the popular model for many formulaic action thrillers to follow. That doesn’t make it a great movie, but with a fine cast (including Daniel Stern in a memorable supporting role) and a dazzling aerial chase among big-city skyscrapers, Blue Thunder qualifies as slick entertainment. –Jeff Shannon
VHS:Comedy Be Big Starring Stan LAUREL & Oliver HARDY$4.99
“Be Big” Starring Stan LAUREL & Oliver HARDY
A brilliant gag-filled bonanza as stan and Ollie ditch their wives to go downtown
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VHS:Comedy Jack Benny Show-Double Episode$4.99
Jack Benny Show-Double Episode
Jack Benny , “star of stage, radio, television, and now rehearsing for Tarzan of the Apes”, stars in two of his greatest hit TV shows from 1954.
In “Vaudeville”, Jack has a golf date with Bing Crosby and George Burns who take a hysterical trip to the past when all three stars were struggling for success on the song n dance circuit. These three great entertainers flash back to the 20s and 30s to perform the skits of the really, really old days.
In “Jam Session” Kirk Douglas, Fred MacMurray, Dick Powell and singer Tony Martin attempt to form a crazy neighborhood band featuring that fiddling fool, the genuis musician “Jack Benny”
Jack Benny’s first television show has been long awaited by the citizen’s of U-turn and was welcomed with hearty laughs and much merriment…
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VHS:Comedy Kelloggs pop-tarts Comedy Video IMPROV Paula Poundstone$4.99
Kelloggs pop-tarts Comedy Video IMPROV Paula Poundstone
Here is a VHS from Kelloggs Pop-Tarts
From the Improv!
Featuring Paula Poundstone, Anthony Griffith, Doug Kehoe, Marty Putz, Jeff Stilson
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