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As seven of Zhang Yimou’s finest pictures appear on this list, it is perhaps not

inappropriate to mention that Zhang is considered by many to be the world’s

greatest living film director and one of cinema’s finest pictorial stylists.



THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME.
American, 1932. Directed by Ernest B. Schoedsack and Irving Pichel. With Joel McCrea, Fay Wray, Leslie Banks, Robert Armstrong. Plus commentary and 6-page booklet. Criterion Collection. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $12.



SEVEN.
American, 1995. Color. Wide screen. Directed by David Fincher. With Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman. New Line Cinema. Blu-ray. Region A. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: 6.



KYUA (CURE).
Japanese, 1997. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa. With Koji Yakusho. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Superb crime thriller. Plus director interviews, trailer, 24-page booklet. Eureka! Masters of Cinema. Blu-ray. Region B. Plus DVD (Region 2). Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $13.



THE PRESTIGE.
American, 2006. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Christopher Nolan. With Hugh Jackman, Christian Bale, Michael Caine, David Bowie. Pure magic! Plus two documentaries. Touchstone. Blu-ray. Region A. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $6.



HAIL, CAESAR!
American, 2016. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen. With Josh Brolin, George Clooney. Plus four documentaries. Universal. Blu-ray. Region A. Plus DVD (Region 1). Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $8.



DAS INDISCHE GRABMAL: I. TEIL—DIE SENDUNG DES YOGHI (THE INDIAN TOMB: FIRST PART—THE MISSION OF THE YOGI).
Plus DAS INDISCHE GRABMAL: II. TEIL—DER TIGER VON ESCHNAPUR (THE INDIAN TOMB: SECOND PART—THE TIGER OF BENGAL). German, 1921. Multi-tinted. Written by Fritz Lang and Thea von Harbou. Directed by Joe May. With Conrad Veidt, Olaf Fonss, Mia May, Bernhard Goetzke. English intertitles. Image Entertainment. DVD. Region 1. Out of print. Retail Price: $50. Sale Price: $10.



THE WOMAN IN RED.
American, 1984. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Gene Wilder. With Gene Wilder, Kelly Le Brock, Gilda Radner. Radner is hilarious! MGM. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $7.



OUT OF AFRICA.
American-British, 1985. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Sydney Pollack. With Meryl Streep, Robert Redford, Klaus Maria Brandauer. Based on the books of Isak Dinesen (Karen Blixen). Plus director commentary, trailer. Universal. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $4.



HONG GAO LIANG (RED SORGHUM).
Chinese, 1988. Eastmancolor. Wide screen. Directed by Zhang Yimou. With Gong Li, Jing Wen. Mandarin dialogue with optional English subtitles. Drakes Avenue. DVD. Region 0 (PAL). Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $8.



JU DOU.
Chinese-Japanese, 1990 . Technicolor. Directed by Zhang Yimou and Yang Fengliang. With Gong Li, Li Baotian. Mandarin dialogue with optional English subtitles. MagicPlay. DVD. Region 0 (NTSC). Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $8.



DA HONG DENG LONG GAO GAO GUA (RAISE THE RED LANTERN).
Hong Kong–Chinese-Taiwanese, 1991. Eastmancolor. Wide screen. Directed by Zhang Yimou. With Gong Li, He Saifai. Mandarin dialogue with optional English subtitles. Era. Slipcased. DVD. Region 0 (NTSC). Out of print. Retail Price: $65. Sale Price: $8.



QIU JU DE GUAN SI (THE STORY OF QIU JU).
Hong Kong–Chinese, 1992. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Zhang Yimou. With Gong Li, Lei Kesheng. Mandarin dialogue with optional English subtitles. Sony. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $8.



HUOZHE (TO LIVE).
Hong Kong–Chinese, 1994. Color. Panavision. Directed by Zhang Yimou. With Ge You, Gong Li. Mandarin dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus trailer. MGM. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $23. Sale Price: $8.



YAO A YAO, YAO DAO WAIPO QIAO (SHANGHAI TRIAD).
Chinese-French, 1995. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Zhang Yimou. With Gong Li, Li Baotian. Mandarin dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus trailers. Sony. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $5.



FEAST OF JULY.
British-American, 1995. Color. Wide screen. Merchant Ivory Production directed by Christopher Menaul. With Tom Bell, Gemma Jones. Touchstone. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $8.



SEVEN YEARS IN TIBET.
American-British, 1997. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud. With Brad Pitt, David Thewlis. Plus documentary, trailers. Mandalay. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $5.



THE WINGS OF THE DOVE.
American-British, 1998. Directed by Iain Softley. With Helena Bonham Carter, Linus Roache. From the Henry James novel. Touchstone. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $8.



THE GOLDEN BOWL.
British-French-American, 2000. Color Wide screen. Merchant Ivory Production directed by James Ivory. With Kate Beckinsale, James Fox, Anjelica Huston, Nick Nolte, Uma Thurman. From the Henry James novel. Plus documentary, Merchant Ivory promo. Touchstone. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $24. Sale Price: $8.



A.I.: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE.
American-British, 2001. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Steven Spielberg. With Hayley Joel Osment, Jude Law. Astonishing achievement! Plus second disc full of extras. Warner. Two-disc set. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $11. Sale Price: $5.



MAN CHENG JIN DAI HUANG JIN JIA (CURSE OF THE GOLDEN FLOWER).
Chinese–Hong Kong, 2006. Color. Super 35 wide screen. Directed by Zhang Yimou. With Chow Yun Fat, Gong Li. Mandarin dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus three documentaries. Universal. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $5.



ELIZABETH: THE GOLDEN AGE.
British-American-French-German, 2007. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Shekhar Kepur. With Cate Blanchett, Geoffrey Rush. Lavish study of the Virgin Queen and Walter Raleigh. Plus four documentaries. Universal. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $5.



THE KITE RUNNER.
American-Chinesae-British, 2007. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Marc Forster. With Khalid Abdalla, Homayoun Ershadi. “Astonishingly affecting performances.” Paramount. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $5.



AOKI OKAMI: CHI HATE UMI TSUKIRU MADE (GENGHIS KHAN: TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH AND SEA).
Japanese, 2007. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Shin’ichiro Sawai. With Takashi Sorimachi, Rei Kikukara. Stunning historical epic. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus documentaries. Revolver. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $5.



THE LADY.
British-French-Thai, 2011. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Luc Besson. With Michelle Yeoh, David Thewlis. Moving account of Aung San Suu Kyi’s long fight for Burmese freedom. Plus documentaries. Entertainment in Video. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $10. Sale Prtice: $5.



LEGENDARY AMAZONS.
Chinese, 2011. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Frankie Chan. With Cecelia Cherung, Richie Jen. Mandarin dialogue with English subtitles. Blockbuster action epic set in ancient China. Plus commentary, documentary, trailers. Cine Asia. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $5.



Eureka! Masters of Cinema



LENI RIEFENSTAHL DOUBLE FEATURE: DER HEILIGE BERG (THE HOLY MOUNTAIN).
German, 1926. Multi-tinted. Directed by Dr. Arnold Fanck. With Leni Riefenstahl, Louis Trenker. German intertitles with optional English subtitles. Plus Ray Muller’s definitive three-hour Riefenstahl documentary, DIE MACHT DER BILDER: LENI RIEFENSTAHL (THE POWER OF IMAGES: LENI RIEFENSTAHL / THE WONDERFUL HORRIBLE LIFE OF LENI RIEFENSTAHL) (German, 1993). English narration, German dialogue with English subtitles. Plus booklet. Eureka! Masters of Cinema. DVD. Two-disc set. Region 2. Retail Price: $22. Sale Price: $10.



Criterion Collection



IKIRU (TO LIVE). Japanese, 1952. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. With Takashi Shimura. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus commentary, two documerntaries, trailer. Criterion Collection. DVD. Two-disc set. Region 1. Retail Price: $22.50. Sale Price: $8.



ORDET (THE WORD). Danish, 1955. Directed by Carl Th. Dreyer. With Henrik Malberg, Emil Hass Christensen. Criterion Collection. DVD. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $8.



Silent Cinema



NELL SHIPMAN DOUBLE FEATURE: BACK TO GOD’S COUNTRY. Canadian, 1919. Multi-tinted. Directed by David M. Hartford and Nell Shipman. With Nell Shipman, Charles Arling, Wheeler Oakman. Plus SOMETHING NEW. American, 1920. Tinted. Directed by Nell Shipman and Bert Van Tuyle. With Nell Shipman, Bert Van Tuyle. Image Entertainment. DVD. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $40. Sale Price: $5.​



BUSTER KEATON TRIPLE FEATURE: THREE AGES. American, 1923. Directed by Buster Keaton and Eddie Cline. With Buster Keaton, Margaret Leahy, Wallace Beery. Plus COLLEGE. American, 1927. Directed by James W. Horne. With Buster Keaton, Anne Cornwall, Harold Goodwin. Plus STEAMBOAT BILL, JR. American, 1928. Directed by Chas. F. Reisner. With Buster Keaton, Marion Byron, Ernest Torrence. Cinema Club. DVD. Three-disc set, slipcased. Out of print. Region 2. Retail Price: $32. Sale Price: $4.​



NANA. French, 1926. Multi-tinted. Directed by Jean Renoir. With Catherine Hessling, Werner Krauss, Jean Angelo. French intertitles with no subtitles. Plus Renoir introduction, alternate ending, documentaries, 106-page book in French. Arte. DVD. Slipcased. Region 2. Retail Price: $32. Sale Price: $6.​



APRIL FOOL. American, 1926. Directed by Nat Ross. With Alexander Carr, Baby Peggy, Mary Alden, Snitz Edwards. Grapevine. DVD-R. Region 1. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $4.



DIE LIEBE DER JEANNE NEY (THE LOVE OF JEANNE NEY). German, 1927. Directed by G. W. Pabst. With Edith Jehanne, Uno Henning, Fritz Rasp, Brigitte Helm. Plus commentary and American release, THE LOVES OF JEANNE NEY. German intertitles with optional English subtitles. Kino. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $9.



THE LODGER: A STORY OF THE LONDON FOG. British, 1927. Multi-tinted. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. With Ivor Novello, June, Marie Ault. Plus commentarty, two documentaries, radio adaptation, Hitchcock interviews. MGM. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $5.​



POTOMOK CHINGIS-KHANA (STORM OVER ASIA: THE HEIR TO GENGHIS KHAN). Soviet Union, 1928. Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin. With Valeri Inkizhanov. Russian intertitles with English subtitles. Image Entertainment. DVD. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $5.



DIE FRAU, NACH DER MAN SICH SEHNT (THE WOMAN ONE LONGS FOR).
German, 1929. Directed by Kurt Bernhardt. With Marlene Dietrich, Fritz Kortner, Uno Henning. German intertitles with no subtitles. Plus trailer. Ufa. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $4.



MODERN TIMES.
American, 1936. Directed by Charlie Chaplin. With Charlie Chaplin, Paulette Goddard. Plus introduction, documentary, deleted scenes, three shorts, trailers. MK2 / Warner. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $5.



Classics



FRANKENSTEIN. American, 1931. Directed by James Whale. With Colin Clive, May Clarke, John Boles, Boris Karloff. Plus documentaries, commentary, short subject, trailer. Universal. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $5.



SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS. American, 1937. Technicolor. Produced by Walt Disney. Animation. Plus documentary, music video, and more. Disney. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.​



FANTASIA. American, 1940. Technicolor. Produced by Walt Disney. Animation Plus unused sequences and more unseen footage. Disney. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $27. Sale Price: $5.​



DUMBO. American, 1941. Technicolor. Produced by Walt Disney. Animation. Plus documentary, cartoon, music videos. Disney. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.​



BAMBI. American, 1942. Technicolor. Produced by Walt Disney. Animation. Plus documentaries (Walt’s story development meetings), deleted sequences, and more. Plus trailers. Disney. DVD. Two-disc set. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.​



THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW.
American, 1944. Directed by Fritz Lang. With Edward G. Robinson, Joan Bennett, Raymond Massey, Dan Duryea. MGM. DVD. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $50. Sale Price: $7.



DOUBLE INDEMNITY. American, 1944. Directed by Billy Wilder. With Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, Edward G. Robinson. Plus trailer, 8-page booklet. Universal. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $8. Sale Price: $4.​



THE TRAGEDY OF OTHELLO.
Moroccan-Italian, 1951. Directed by Orson Welles. With Orson Welles, Micheal Mac Liammoir, Suzanne Cloutier. Gorgeous 1995 restoration from the original 35mm camera negative. Plus documentary. Image Entertainment. DVD. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.



THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE.
American, 1962. Wide screen. Directed by John Frankenheimer. With Frank Sinatra, Laurence Harvey, Janet Leigh, Angela Lansbury, James Gregory. Plus John Frankenheimer commentary, interviews, trailer. MGM. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $5.



THE ROGER MOORE 007 COLLECTION VOL 2: MOONRAKER.
British, 1979. Technicolor. Panavision. Directed by Lewis Gilbert. With Richard Kiel as Jaws. FOR YOUR EYES ONLY. British, 1981. Technicolor. Panavision. Directed by John Glen. OCTOPUSSY. British, 1983. Technicolor. Panavision. Directed by John Glen. A VIEW TO A KILL. British, 1985. Technicolor. Panavision. Directed by John Glen. With Christopher Walken. MGM. DVD. Four-disc set, slipcased. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $8.



JFK: DIRECTOR’S CUT.
American, 1991. Technicolor. Panavision. Directed by Oliver Stone. With Kevin Costner, Kevin Bacon, Tommy Lee Jones, Sissy Spacek, Joe Pesci, Gary Oldman, Donald Sutherland, Edward Asner, Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau. Plus Oliver Stone commentary, deleted scenes, documentary, interview, trailer. Warner. Blu-ray. Region Free ABC. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $10.



JFK: DIRECTOR’S CUT.
American, 1991. Technicolor. Panavision. Directed by Oliver Stone. With Kevin Costner, Kevin Bacon, Tommy Lee Jones, Sissy Spacek, Joe Pesci, Gary Oldman, Donald Sutherland, Edward Asner, Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau. Director’s cut, plus Oliver Stone commentary, deleted scenes, documentary, interview, trailer. Warner. DVD. Two-disc set. Region 1. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $5.



FANTASIA 2000.
American, 1999. Technicolor. Wide screen. Produced by Walt Disney Studios. Dazzling animation sequel to the 1940 classic! Plus Roy Disney introduction and commentary, two animated shorts. Disney. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $5.



THE NINTH GATE.
French-Spanish, 1999. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Roman Polanski. With Johnny Depp, Lena Olin, Frank Langella. Plus Roman Polanski commentary, documentary, trailer. Universal. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $5.



KING KONG. New Zealand–American, 2005. Technicolor. Super 35 wide screen. Directed by Peter Jackson. With Naomi Watts, Jack Black, Adrien Brody. Plus over three hours of extras. Universal. DVD. Two-disc set, slipcased. Regions 2, 4, 5. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $4.​



ALEXANDER REVISITED: THE FINAL CUT. American-British-German-Dutch-French, 2007. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Oliver Stone. With Colin Farrell, Angelina Jolie, Anthony Hopkins, Christopher Plummer. Longer than the director’s cut of Stone’s 2004 Alexander epic. Warner. DVD. Two-disc set. Region 1. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $7.



Studio Ghibli Animation



HEISEI TANUKI GASSEN PONPOKO (POM POKO).
Japanese, 1994. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Isao Takahata. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Classic Studio Ghibli animation. Plus storyboards, trailers. Optimum. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $8.



KAZE TACHINU (THE WIND RISES).
Japanese, 2013. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Hiyao Miyazaki. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Classic Studio Ghibli animation. Plus storyboards, trailers, optional English-language version. Studio Canal. DVD. Slipcased. Region 2. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $8.



American Cinema



INGLORIOUS BASTARDS. American, 1977. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Enzo G. Castellari. With Fred Williamson, Bo Svenson. Second World War extravaganza. Plus conversation with Quentin Tarantino and Enzo Castellari. Optimum. DVD. Region 2. Retail price: $15. Sale Price: $4.



THE DAY AFTER.
American, 1983. Color. Directed by Nicholas Meyer. With Jason Robards. The unthinkable: nuclear Armageddon! Fremantle. DVD. Region 0 (PAL). Retail price: $12. Sale Price: $4.



LARA CROFT TOMB RAIDER: THE CRADLE OF LIFE.
American, 2003. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Jan De Bont. With Angelina Jolie. “This cradle rocks!” Plus commentary, deleted scenes, documentaries, screen test, music videos. Paramount. DVD. Region 1. Retail price: $15. Sale Price: $4.



DEFIANCE.
American, 2008. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Edward Zwick. With Daniel Craig, Live Schreiber, Jamie Bell. Intense, charismatic Daniel Craig performance. Plus director’s commentary, documentary Momentum. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $5.



SALT.
America, 2010. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Phillip Noyce. With Angelina Jolie. Superb Cold War–conspiracy thriller. Plus director commentary, two documentaries. Sony. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $7. Sale Price: $4.



WAR HORSE.
American, 2012. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Steven Spielberg. With Emily Watson, David Thewlis. Epic First World War adventure. Plus documentary. Touchstone. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $5.



CLOUD ATLAS.
American, 2012. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Lana Wachowski, Tom Tykwer & Andy Wachowski. With Tom Hanks, Halle Berry. Plus documentary. Warner. DVD. Region 2. Retail price: $15. Sale Price: $7.



British Cinema



THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH. British, 1934. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. With Leslie Banks, Edna Best, Peter Lorre, Nova Pilbeam. Carlton. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $4.



DEATH AND THE MAIDEN.
British-French, 1994. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Roman Polanski. With Sigourney Weaver, Ben Kingsley. Plus trailer. New Line. DVD. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $98. Sale Price: $6.



NOTTING HILL.
British-American, 1999. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Roger Michell. With Julia Roberts, Hugh Grant. Plus ABOUT A BOY. British-American-French-German, 2002. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Chris Weitz & Paul Weitz. With Hugh Grant, Nicholas Hoult. Universal. DVD. Two-disc set, slipcased. Out of print. Region 2. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $4.



NEVER LET ME GO.
British, 2010. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Mark Romanek. With Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley. Plus documentaries. English boarding school’s chilling secret: genetically engineered clones raised to be organ donors. Fox. DVD. Region 1. Retail price: $15. Sale Price: $4.



Chinese Cinema



WO HU CANG LONG (CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON).
Taiwanese–Hong Kong–American-Chinese, 2000. Technicolor. Super 35 wide screen. Directed by Ang Lee. With Chow Yun Fat. Mandarin dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus commentary, two documentaries, interview, trailers. Columbia Tristar. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $6.



HUO YUAN JIA (FEARLESS).
Chinese-American-Hong Kong, 2002. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Ronny Yu. With Jet Li, Nakamura Shidou. Terrific choreography. Mandarin, Japanese, and English dialogue with optional English subtitles. Universal. DVD. Regions 2, 4. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $5.



LONG MEN FEI JIA (FLYING SWORDS OF DRAGON GATE).
Chinese, 2011. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Tsui Hark. With Jet Li, Zhou Xun. Mind-blowing action! Mandarin dialogue with optional English subtitles. Revolver. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $5.



SNOW FLOWER AND THE SECRET FAN.
Chinese, 2011. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Wayne Wang. With Gianna Jun, Li Bing Bing. From the director of The Joy Luck Club. Mandarin dialogue with optional English subtitles. Fox. DVD. Region 2. Retail price: $15. Sale Price: $4.



French Cinema



LA REGLE DU JEU (THE RULES OF THE GAME).
French, 1939. Directed by Jean Renoir. With Nora Gregor, Paulette Dubost, Jean Renoir. French dialogue with English subtitles. BFI. DVD. Out of print. Region 2. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $7.



JEUX INTERDITS (FORBIDDEN GAMES). French, 1952. Directed by Rene Clement. With Georges Poujouly, Brigitte Fossey. French dialogue with English subtitles. Plus interviews, alternate opening, alternate ending, trailers. Studio Canal. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $6.



BELLE DE JOUR: 40TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION.
French, 1967. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Luis Bunuel. With Catherine Deneuve. French dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus commentary, documentary, trailer, 16-page booklet. Optimum. DVD. Slipcased. Region 2. Out of print. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $8.



LE RETOUR DE MARTIN GUERRE (THE RETURN OF MARTIN GUERRE).
French, 1982. Fujicolor. Wide screen. Directed by Daniel Vigne. With Gerard Depardieu, Nathalie Baye. French dialogue with English subtitles. Fox Lorber. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $24. Sale Price: $5.



INDOCHINE. French, 1992. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Regis Wargnier. With Catherine Deneuve, Vincent Perez. French and Vietnamese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Visually stunning. Arrow. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $7.



LES TRIPLETTES DE BELLEVILLE (BELLEVILE RENDEZ-VOUS). French-Canadian-Belgian-British, 2003. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Sylvain Chomet. French dialogue with optional English subtitles. Dark, twisted, endlessly inventive animation. Plus documentary, interview, trailer. Tartan. DVD. Region 0 (PAL). Retail Price: $12. Sale Price: $6.



UN VIE DE CHAT (A CAT IN PARIS). French, 2010. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Alain Gagnol & Jean-Loup Felicioli. French dialogue with optional English subtitles. Academy Award–nominated animation. Plus optional English-language version. Soda Pictures. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $7.



German Cinema



STURME UBER DEM MONTBLANC (STORM OVER MONT BLANC).
German, 1930. Directed by Dr. Arnold Fanck. With Sepp Rist, Leni Riefenstahl, Ernst Udet. German dialogue with no subtitles. Plus feature-length documentary on Mont Blanc. 101 Pixel. DVD. Two-disc set. Region 2. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $4.



MADCHEN IN UNIFORM (GIRLS IN UNIFORM).
German, 1931. Directed by Leontine Sagan. With Emilia Unda, Dorothea Wieck, Hertha Thiele. German dialogue with no subtitles. Kinowelt. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $26. Sale Price: $4.



DER KONGRESS TANZT (CONGRESS DANCES). German, 1931. Directed by Erik Charell. With Lilian Harvey, Willi Fritsch, Conrad Veidt. Plus documentary, trailers. German dialogue with no subtitles. Ufa. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $4.



SOS EISBERG (SOS ICEBERG).
German, 1933. Directed by Dr. Arnold Fanck. With Leni Riefenstahl, Ernst Udet, Gustav Diessl, Sepp Rist, Gibson Gowland. German dialogue with no subtitles. Plus trailers. Ufa. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $32. Sale Price: $4.



DIE GOLDENE STADT. German, 1942. Agfacolor. Directed by Veit Harlan. With Kristina Soderbaum, Eugen Klopfer. German dialogue with no subtitles. Black Hill. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $4.



Italian Cinema



THE LEOPARD.
Italian-French, 1963. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Luchino Visconti. With Burt Lancaster, Alain Delon, Claudia Cardinale. Italian dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus commentary, Claudia Cardinale interview, trailer. BFI. DVD. Out of print. Region 2. Retail Price: $28. Sale Price: $7.



CRISTO SI E FERMATO A EBOLI (CHRIST STOPPED AT EBOLI).
Italian-French, 1979. Color. Directed by Francesco Rosi. With Gian Maria Volonte. Neo-realist classic, the exile of anti-fascist intellectual Carlo Levi. Italian dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus portrait of director Rosi. Infinity Arthouse. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $7.



UN TE CON MUSSOLINI (TEA WITH MUSSOLINI).
Italian-British, 1999. Technicolor. Wide screen. Directed by Franco Zefferelli. With Cher, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright, Maggie Smith, Lily Tomlin. English and subtitled Italian dialogue. Universal. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $4.



Japanese Cinema



KAGEMUSHA (KAGEMUSHA: THE SHADOW WARRIOR).
Japanese, 1980. Eastmancolor. Panavision. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. With Tatsuya Nakadai, Tsutomu Yamazaki. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Fox. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $8.



GOJOE.
Japanese, 2006. Color Wide screen. Directed by Sogo Ishii. With Ryu Daisuke, Tadanobu Asano. Spectacular choreography and cinematography. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Optimum. DVD. Region 2. Retail price: $15. Sale Price: $6.



Korean Cinema



THE LEGEND OF THE SHADOWLESS SWORD.
South Korean, 2006. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Kim Young Jun. With Lee Seo Jin, Yoon Soy. Korean dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus documentary, music video, trailer. New Line. DVD. Region 2. Retail price: $15. Sale Price: $6.



Russian Cinema



DETSTVO GORKOVO (THE CHILDHOOD OF MAXIM GORKY). Soviet Union, 1938. Directed by Mark Donskoi. With Aleksi Lyarsky, Varvara Massalitinova. Russian dialogue with English subtitles. Plus MOSCOW CLAD IN SNOW (1908). Image Entertainment. DVD. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $39. Sale Price: $5.



VOYNA I MIR (WAR AND PEACE): 5 DISC COLLECTOR’S EDITION.
Soviet Union, 1965-1967. Directed by Sergei Bondachuk. With Liudmila Savelyeva, Sergei Bondarchuk, Vyacheslav Tikhonov. PART ONE: ANDREI BOLKONSKY. PART TWO: NATACHA ROSTOVA. PART THREE: THE YEAR 1812. PART FOUR: PIERRE BEZUKHOV. Cinema’s definitive historical spectacle. Breathtaking battle sequences. Russian dialogue with English subtitles. Plus interviews; making-of, Sergei Bondarchuk, and Leo Tolstoy documentaries; trailers. Artificial Eye. DVD. Five-disc, slipcased set. Region 2. Retail Price: $43. Sale Price: $7.



Swedish Cinema



UNDERGANGENS ARKITEKTUR (ARCHITECTURE OF DOOM). Swedish, 1989. Color. Directed by Peter Cohen. Masterful documentary on the Nazi philosophy of beauty through violence. Swedish dialogue with English subtitles. First Run. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $5.



Television Series



THE LONE RANGER: VOLUME ONE. American, 1949-1956. The Lone Ranger rides again, with Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels. Four color episodes from 1956 plus the series’ first two 1949 debut episodes, which relate the masked man’s origins. Rhino. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $5.

 

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