23 Classic Films Coming to DVD For The First Time Ever Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment Announces Classics Available Through Online Retailers During the Month of August LOS ANGELES (August 15, 2011) – Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment’s “manufacturing on demand” (“MOD”) program continues to expand with the newest selection of films as part of MGM’s Limited Edition Collection. These 23 films will be available through major online retailers. This group of releases features classics from 1940 to 1995 including performances by Hollywood’s greats – Boris Karloff, Orson Welles, Natalie Wood, Anthony Hopkins and Bill Cosby to name just a few. *** Enjoy your favorite movies from across the decades including: 1940’s Doomed To Die (1940) - Mr. Wong attempts to solve the murder of a shipping tycoon and the theft of contraband bonds. Stars Boris Karloff; Marjorie Reynolds; Grant Withers; Melvin Lang. Directed by William Nigh. Death Valley Rangers (1943) - A succession of stagecoach robberies prompts the citizens of a Death Valley outpost to send for the Trail Blazers, a trio of law-enforcing plainsmen. Stars Ken Maynard; Hoot Gibson; Bob Steele; Linda Brent. Directed by Robert Emmett Tansey. Kid Colter (1945) - A country boy is attacked and left for dead in the mountains, but he manages to survive to get his revenge on the men who tried to kill him. Stars Jeremy Shamos; Jim Stafford; Hal Terrance; Jim Turner; Greg Ward. Directed by David O’Malley. Tomorrow Is Forever (1945) - Claudette Colbert, Orson Welles, George Brent and Natalie Wood star in this moving, romantic drama about a soldier, previously thought lost in action, who returns years later to find his wife remarried. Stars Claudette Colbert; Orson Welles; George Brent; Natalie Wood. Directed by Irving Pichel. 1950’s Raiders of the Seven Seas (1953) - A lusty pirate, Barbarossa (John Payne), escapes from a Spanish prison. With other inmates as crew, he captures a galleon--complete with a Spanish countess (Donna Reed). And, love blooming; he takes on the armada and the garrison in Havana. Stars John Payne; Donna Reed. Directed by Sidney Salkow. The Steel Lady (1953) - When their plane crashes in the Sahara, pilot Mike Monohan (Rod Cameron) and his crew try to reach civilization in an old German Afrika Korp tank they find. What they don't know is that hidden on the tank are diamonds. But sheik Mustapha El Melek (John Abbott) does and he tries any scheme to get them for himself. Stars Rod Cameron; John Abbott; John Dehner; Richard Erdman; Tab Hunter. Directed by Ewald Andre Dupont. Rebel In Town (1956) - An ex-Confederate soldier accidentally kills a small boy after a bank robbery. Later, the boy's father saves the soldier's life. Stars John Payne; Ruth Roman. Directed by Alfred J. Werker. The Broken Star (1956) - Bill Gentry (William Williams), a deputy sheriff meets with resistance when he tries to investigate the murder of a Mexican. However, when he does find the murderer, it turns out to be Frank Smead (Howard Duff), his best friend and a fellow deputy. Stars Howard Duff; Lita Baron; Bill Williams. Directed by Lesley Selander. Outlaw’s Son (1957) - The deserted son of an outlaw gets on the town's bad side after killing a local banker, and years later tries to fit into society by becoming a deputy marshal. Stars Dane Clark; Ben Cooper; Lori Nelson; Ellen Drew. Directed by Lesley Selander. The Iron Sheriff (1957) - Sterling Hayden plays a sheriff faced with continuing moral dilemmas. Should he relate a deathbed confession which falsely implicates his son in a murder? Should he carry out his threat to cold-bloodedly kill the real murderer--or bring him to legal justice? Stars Sterling Hayden; Constance Ford. Directed by Sidney Salkow. Hong Kong Confidential (1958) - In this energetic "B" actioner, Gene Barry portrays a secret agent out to rescue an Arabian prince from Soviet spies. Stars Gene Barry; Beverly Tyler; Allison Hayes. Directed by Edward L. Cahn. 1960’s Master of the World (1961) - In 1848, a fanatical inventor seeks to fly around the world and stop war from his flying airship (the "Albatross")...a cross between a zeppelin and a helicopter. Adapted from two Jules Verne novels-- "Master of the World" and "The Conqueror." Stars Vincent Price; Charles Bronson; Henry Hull; Mary Webster; David Frankham. Written by Richard Matheson. Directed by William Witney. Hero’s Island (1962) - On an island off the Carolina coast, an 18th-century family is being besieged by murderous local fisherman. An outsider (Warren Oates) joins the family, aided by a mysterious stranger who turns out to be Blackbeard the Pirate! Stars James Mason; Kate Manx; Neville Brand; Rip Torn. Directed by Leslie Stevens. One Man’s Way (1963) - Don Murray is wonderful in his portrayal of Norman Vincent Peale in this moving biographical drama based on the life of the world-famous minister, lecturer and best-selling author. Diana Hyland makes her film debut. Stars Don Murray; Diana Hyland; William Windom. Directed by Denis Sanders. The Glory Stompers (1967) - The motorcycle-gang leader of the Black Souls steals the girlfriend of the rival Glory Stompers' leader in a fracas. In revenge, the Glory Stompers go after the Black Souls to get the young woman back, who had nearly been sold into the Mexican white-slave market. Stars Dennis Hopper; Jody McCrea; Chris Noel. Directed by Anthony M. Lanza. It Rains In My Village (1969) - In a rural Yugoslavian village, social and psychological tensions rise when a young swineherder is seduced and abandoned by a schoolteacher, kills his young wife, and his father takes the blame. Stars Annie Girardot; Ivan Paluch; Eva Ras. Directed by Aleksander Petrovic. 1970’s A Quiet Place in the Country (1970) - A popular painter, plagued by nightmares that he and his lover/sales agent are engaging in bizarre, ritualistic, sadistic sexual acts, seeks to escape the city and rent a house in the country. Stars Vanessa Redgrave; Franco Nero; Georges Geret. Directed by Elio Petri. The Revolutionary (1970) - A radical student feels that he has been betrayed by the college association to which he belongs, and thinks more violent actions must be taken in order to alter the existing system. Stars Jon Voight; Seymour Cassel; Robert Duvall. Directed by Paul Williams. Hickey and Boggs (1972) - Bill Cosby and Robert Culp ("I Spy") are united again as private eyes in this Walter Hill-scripted "film noir." Searching for a missing girl, they find themselves involved with vicious criminals and precipitating a string of deaths. Stars Robert Culp; Bill Cosby. Directed by Robert Culp. The Incredible Melting Man (1977) - An astronaut contracts a disease that causes his flesh to melt. In order to stop the rapid deterioration of his flesh is to feed on the flesh of other human beings. Stars Alex Rebar; Michael Alldredge; Burr Debenning; Myron Healey. Directed by William Sachs. 1990’s The Last of the Finest (1990) - An honest, independent-minded Los Angeles cop and his comrades discover sinister forces at work while attempting to bust drug traffickers. Stars Brian Dennehy; Joe Pantoliano; Jeff Fahey; Bill Paxton; Deborra-Lee Furness; Guy Boyd; Henry Darrow. Directed by John Mackenzie. Captain America (1992) - The Red Skull defeats Captain America in 1941, but the super hero is thrown into suspended animation. Captain America is revived 50 years later to face the Red Skull one more time. Stars Matt Salinger; Ronny Cox; Ned Beatty; Darren McGavin; Michael Nouri; Melinda Dillon; Kim Gillingham; Scott Paulin. Directed by Albert Pyun. August (1995) - Set in 1890s North Wales over a long, hot August weekend, the Victorian calm of a household is suddenly upset with the arrival of a London couple who impose their city ways and thoughts on the more rurally based family. An adaptation of Anton Chekhov's play, "Uncle Vanya. Stars Anthony Hopkins; Leslie Phillips; Kate Burton; Gawn Grainger; Rhian Morgan. Directed by Anthony Hopkins.