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Classic DVDs, Blu-rays, and CDs for sale at bargain prices. Discs, cases, artwork, booklets, and slipcases as new. Postage at cost. Payment via PayPal.

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BUSTER KEATON: THE SHORTS COLLECTION 1917-1923. Thirty-two classic comedy shorts: all nineteen of Keaton’s two-reelers, plus all thirteen of Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle’s two-reelers featuring Keaton. Kino. Five-disc set, slipcased. Region 1. Retail Price: $45. Sale Price: $20.​



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. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $40. Sale Price: $15.​



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. Three-disc set, slipcased. Out of print. Region 2. Retail Price: $32. Sale Price: $10.​



AVANT-GARDE DOUBLE FEATUIRE: SALOME: AN HISTORICAL PHANTASY. American, 1922. Multi-tinted. Directed by Charles Bryant and Alla Nazimova. With Nazimova, Mitchell Lewis. Plus LOT IN SODOM. American, 1933. Directed by James Sibley Watson, Jr., and Melville Webber. With Friederich Haak, Hildegarde Watson. Image Entertainment. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $160. Sale Price: $10.​



BUSTER KEATON ULTIMATE EDITION DOUBLE FEATURE: OUR HOSPITALITY. American, 1923. Multi-tinted. Directed by Buster Keaton and Jack Blystone. With Buster Keaton, Joe Roberts, Natalie Talmadge. Carl Davis score. Plus HOSPITALITY (Keaton’s alternate-cut work print of Our Hospitality), documentary, and THE IRON MULE (1925). Kino. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $45. Sale Price: $8.​



BUSTER KEATON ULTIMATE EDITION DOUBLE FEATURE: GO WEST. American, 1925. Directed by Buster Keaton. With Buster Keaton, Brown Eyes. Plus BATTLING BUTLER. American, 1926. Tinted. Directed by Buster Keaton. With Buster Keaton, Sally O’Neil, Francis McDonald. Kino. Two-disc set. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $80. Sale Price: $8.​



THE BIG PARADE. American, 1925. Multi-tinted sequences. Hand-colored shot. Directed by King Vidor. With John Gilbert, Renee Adoree. 4K restoration. Plus trailer, commentary by King Vidor, and M-G-M STUDIO TOUR (1925). Warner. Region 1. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $7.​



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, and 106-page book in French. Superior to the newer black-and-white Blu-ray restoration. Arte. Slipcased. Region 2. Retail Price: $32. Sale Price: $10.​



BUSTER KEATON ULTIMATE EDITION DOUBLE FEATURE: STEAMBOAT BILL, JR. American, 1928. Directed by Chas. F. Reisner. With Buster Keaton, Marion Byron, Ernest Torrence. Plus STEAMBOAT BILL, JR. (export version, with alternate takes and different camera angles). Kino. Two-disc set. Region 1. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $7.​



ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT. American, 1930. Directed by Lewis Milestone. With Louis Wolheim, Lewis Ayres. (A silent version was made at the same time. It is not on this DVD, but I am including it here on a separate DVD-R). Kino. Out of print. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.



THE BIG TRAIL DOUBLE FEATURE: THE BIG TRAIL. American, 1930. 70mm Grandeur. Directed by Raoul Walsh. With John Wayne, Marguerite Churchill. Plus 35mm version and trailers. Fox. Out of print. Two-disc set, slipcased. Region 1. Retail Price: $45. Sale Price: $10.​



THE 39 STEPS. British, 1935. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. With Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll. Plus documentary, audio interview, Lux Radio Theatre adaptation, and booklet. Criterion Collection. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $8.



STAGECOACH. American, 1939. Directed by John Ford. With Claire Trevor, John Wayne, Andy Devine, John Carradine, Thomas Mitchell, George Bancroft. Plus trailers. Warner. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.​



FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT. American, 1940. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. With Joel McCrea, Laraine Day, Herbert Marshall, George Sanders, Albert Basserman. Superior transfer. Plus documentary and trailer. Warner. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $10.​



DOUBLE INDEMNITY. American, 1944. Directed by Billy Wilder. With Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, Edward G. Robinson. Plus trailer and 8-page booklet. Universal. Region 2. Retail Price: $12. Sale Price: $5.​



NOTORIOUS. American, 1946. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. With Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains. 4K restoration. Plus two commentaries, four documentaries, interview, newsreel with Hitchcock and Bergman, Lux Radio Theatre adaptation, trailers, and booklet. Criterion Collection. Region 1. Two-disc set. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $10.



PSYCHO II. American, 1983. Technicolor. Panavision. Directed by Richard Franklin. With Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles. “It’s twenty-two years later, and Norman Bates is coming home.” Universal. Region 1. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $5.​



PSYCHO III. American, 1986. Technicolor. Panavision. Directed by Anthony Perkins. With Anthony Perkins, Diana Scarwid. Remnant of sticker on rear panel of case. Universal. Blu-ray A. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $5.​



DAS GHETTO THERESIENSTADT: TAUSCHUNG UND WIRKLICHKEIT (GHETTO THERESIENSTADT: DECEPTION AND REALITY). German, 1997. Directed by Irmgard von zur Muhlen. Documentary on the Nazi concentration camp Theresienstadt, transit camp to the death camps. Contains surviving footage of Kurt Gerron’s never-released Theresienstadt (1945), designed to deceive the outside world into believing that the camp was merely a retirement home. Oracle. Out of print. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.​





Silent Cinema



INTOLERANCE: LOVE’S STRUGGLE THROUGHOUT THE AGES. American, 1916. Multi-tinted. Directed by D. W. Griffith. With Lillian Gish, Mae Marsh, Robert Harron. Introduced by Orson Welles. Plus excerpts from Cabiria (1914), The Last Days of Pompeii (1914), and The Fall of Babylon (1916). Kino. Region 1. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $5.

THE NAVIGATOR: ULTIMATE EDITION. American, 1924. Multi-tinted. Hand-colored shot. Directed by Donald Crisp and Buster Keaton. With Buster Keaton, Kathryn McGuire. Plus documentary, commentary. Kino. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.



DAS WACHSFIGURENKABINETT (WAXWORKS
). German, 1924. Multi-tinted. Directed by Paul Leni. With Wilhelm Dieterle, Emil Jannings, Conrad Veidt, Werner Krauss. Plus REBUS-FILM NR. 1 (Paul Leni, 1925, avant-garde crossword puzzle!). Kino. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.



THE THIEF OF BAGDAD: AN ARABIAN NIGHTS FANTASY. American, 1924. Multi-tinted. Directed by Raoul Walsh. With Douglas Fairbanks, Snitz Edwards, Julanne Johnston, Sojin, Anna May Wong. Introduced by Orson Welles. Plus special-effects footage, outtakes. Kino. Region 1. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $5.



SEVEN CHANCES: ULTIMATE EDITION. American, 1925. Tinted. Technicolor prologue. Directed by Buster Keaton. With Buster Keaton, Ruth Dwyer. Plus A BRIDELESS GROOM (1947, Three Stooges), HOW A FRENCH NOBLEMAN GOT A WIFE (1904, Edison), two documentaries, commentary. Kino. Slipcased. Blu-ray. Region A. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $8.



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. English intertitles. Kino. Region 1. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $4.



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. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $5.



Classics



DISHONORED. American, 1931. Directed by Josef von Sternberg. With Marlene Dietrich, Victor McLaglen, Gustav von Seyffertitz, Warner Oland. Universal. Out of print. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $4.



HALLELUJAH I’M A BUM. American, 1933. Directed by Lewis Milestone. With Al Jolson, Harry Langdon. Plus trailer. MGM. Region 1. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $5.



THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS.
American, 1942. Directed by Orson Welles. With Joseph Cotton, Dolores Costello, Anne Baxter, Tim Holt, Agnes Moorehead. Warner. Region 1. Retail Price: $17. Sale Price: $4.



SUNSET BLVD. American, 1950. Directed by Billy Wilder. With William Holden, Gloria Swanson, Erich von Stroheim. Plus three documentaries, trailer, commentary. Paramount. Region 2. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $4.



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



THE SEARCHERS. American, 1956. Technicolor. VistaVision. Directed by John Ford. With John Wayne, Jeffrey Hunter, Vera Miles, Ward Bond, Natalie Wood. Plus documentaries, trailer. Warner. Region 1. Retail Price: $17. Sale Price: $4.



TOUCH OF EVIL. American, 1958. Wide screen. Directed by Orson Welles. With Charlton Heston, Janet Leigh, Orson Welles. Restored to Welles’ vision. Plus Welles’ 58-page memo, trailer. Universal. Region 1. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $5.



FALSTAFF (CHIMES AT MIDNIGHT). Spanish-Swiss, 1965. Wide screen. Directed by Orson Welles. With Orson Welles, Jeanne Moreau, Margaret Rutherford, John Gielgud. Plus trailer. Mr Bongo. Out of print. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. 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. Two-disc set, slipcased. Region 2, 4, 5. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $4.​



French Cinema



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, and trailers. Studio Canal. Region 2. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $7.



LA PEAU DOUCE (SOFT SKIN).
French, 1964. Wide screen. Directed by Francois Truffaut. With Jean Desailly, Francoise Dorleac. Plus introduction, Truffaut interview, Dorleac documentary, trailers. French dialogue with English subtitles. Tartan. Out of print. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $4.



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. Region 1. Retail Price: $24. Sale Price: $10.



German Cinema



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 dialogue with no subtitles. Plus trailer. Ufa. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $4.



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. 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. 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 and trailers. German dialogue with no subtitles. Ufa. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.



F.P.1 ANTWORTET NICHT (F.P.1 DOESN’T ANSWER).
German, 1932. Directed by Karl Hartl. With Hans Albers, Sybille Schmitz, Peter Lorre. German dialogue with no subtitles. Black Hill. Region 2. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $5.



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. 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. Region 2. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $5.



GÖRING: EINE KARRIERE
(GÖRING: A CAREER). German, 2006. Wide screen. B&W/Color. Directed by Jorg Mullner. Definitive Hermann Göring documentary. German narration and dialogue with no subtitles. 135 mins. Plus 60 mins. of Göring’s rare home movies. Polar Film. Two-disc set. Out of print. Region 0 (PAL). Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $4.



HEIMAT DEUTSCHLAND 1933-1945. German, 2007. Documentary directed by Michael Kuball. The Nazi era in never-before-seen home movies, many in gorgeous Agfacolor. German narration with no subtitles. Arte. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. 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. Region 1. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $10.



Danish Cinema



ORDET (THE WORD). Danish, 1955. Directed by Carl Th. Dreyer. With Henrik Malberg, Emil Hass Christensen. Criterion Collection. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $15.



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. 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. Five-disc, slipcased set. Region 2. Retail Price: $43. Sale Price: $10.



Japanese Cinema



FUKURO NO SHIRO (OWLS’ CASTLE). Japanese, 1999. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Masahiro Shinoda. With Kiichi Nakai, Mayu Tsuruta. Japanese dialogue with English subtitles. Plus documentary. Pony Canyon. Region 2 (NTSC). Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $5.



British Cinema



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



REPULSION.
British, 1965. Wide screen. Directed by Roman Polanski. With Catherine Deneuve. Plus documentary, trailer, booklet. Anchor Bay. Region 2. Retail Price: $12. Sale Price: $4.



Classic Animation from Studio Ghibli



GEDO SENKI (TALES FROM EARTHSEA). Japanese, 2006. Fujicolor. Wide screen. Directed by Goro Miyazaki. Japanese dialogue with English subtitles. Plus documentary, storyboards, trailers. Studio Ghibli. Two-disc set. Region 2 (NTSC). Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $4.​



Concert DVDs; Blues,

Bluegrass, and Rock ‘n’ Roll CDs



ROLLING STONES: VOODOO LOUNGE. 25 November 1994 concert in Miami, Florida, broadcast live on pay-per-view television. Special guests Sheryl Crow, Robert Cray, Bo Diddley. Image Entertainment. Region 1. DVD. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $5.



CHER: LIVE IN CONCERT. American, 1999. Broadcast on HBO. Plus many extras. HBO. DVD. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $4.



CHER: THE FAREWELL TOUR.
American, 1999. Wide screen. Broadcast on HBO. Plus extra songs, music video, documentary, interviews. Image Entertainment. DVD. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $50. Sale Price: $4.



T-BONE WALKER: THE COMPLETE IMPERIAL RECORDINGS, 1950-1954. 52 essential recordings from the glory years of the great Texas blues guitarist. EMI Records. Two-disc CD set. Out of print. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $5.



THE ESSENTIAL BLUES COLLECTION: THE VERY BEST OF JIMMY REED.
The most popular Chicago blues artist of the ‘50s and ‘60s. Rhino. CD. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.



HOUND DOG TAYLOR AND THE HOUSEROCKERS.
First album from Chicago’s blues and boogie slide guitarist. Alligator Records. CD. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.



ROBERT LOCKWOOD, JR.: DELTA CROSSROADS.
Lockwood traveled and performed with Robert Johnson in the ‘30s. In this, his last album, he includes a tune Johnson wrote but never recorded. Telarc Blues. CD. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $5.



STONEY LONESOME: LOVE’S LAST REQUEST.
Classic and contemporary bluegrass. Stoney Lonesome. CD. Retail Price: $7. Sale Price: $4.



CHUCK BERRY: LIVE AT THE FILLMORE AUDITORIUM.
Rock ‘n’ roll and blues from the legendary Chuck Berry in 1968. Rebound Records. CD. Retail Price: $8. Sale Price: $4.
 

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