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NEW LIST OF CLASSIC DVDs & BLU-RAYS FOR SALE, INCLUDING CRITERION, MASTERS OF CINEMA, DISNEY TREASURES (1 Viewer)

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Classic DVDs and Blu-rays for sale at bargain prices. Discs, cases, artwork,

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THE UNDESIRABLE. Hungarian, 1914. Multi-tinted. Directed by Mihaly Kertesz (later Michael Curtiz). With Masri Jaszai. Olive. DVD. Region 1. $5.



THE COVERED WAGON.
American, 1923. Directed by James Cruze. With J. Warren Kerrigan, Lois Wilson. . Kino. DVD. Region 1. $5.



TOD BROWNING DOUBLE FEATURE: DRIFTING
. American, 1923. Multi-tinted. With Priscilla Dean, Wallace Beery. Plus WHITE TIGER. American, 1923. With Priscilla Dean, Raymond Griffith.. Kino. DVD. Region 1. $5.



STRIKE.
Soviet Union, 1925. Directed by Sergei Eisenstein. Brilliant debut feature, very nearly avant-garde. English intertitles. Image Entertainment. DVD. Region 1. $5.



MASTER OF THE HOUSE.
Danish, 1925. Directed by Carl Th. Dreyer. With Johannes Meyer. English intertitles. BFI. DVD. Region 2. $9.



YOU NEVER KNOW WOMEN.
American, 1926. Multi-tinted. Directed by William A. Wellman. With Florence Vidor, Clive Brook. Kino. DVD. Region 1. $8.



BEGARS OF LIFE.
American, 1928. Directed by William A. Wellman. With Wallace Beery, Louise Brooks. Kino. DVD. Region 1. Out of print. $8.



PICCADILLY.
British, 1929. Multi-tinted. Directed by E. A. Dupont. With Anna May Wong in her greatest role. BFI. DVD. Region 2. $9.



THE FRONT PAGE.
American, 1931. Directed by Lewis Milestone. With Adolphe Menjou. As visually dazzling as Milestone’s All Quiet on the Western Front. Kino. DVD. Region 1. $5.



DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE DOUBLE FEATURE:
American, 1931. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. With Fredric March and the correctly pronounced JEE-kul. Plus American, 1941. Directed by Victor Fleming. With Spencer Tracy and Ingrid Bergman. Warner. DVD. Region 1. $5.



GORDON OF GHOST CITY.
American, 1933. Directed by Ray Taylor. With the great Buck Jones. Twelve-chapter Universal serial. 2K restoration. VCI. DVD. Region 1. $10.



BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN.
American, 1935. Directed by James Whale. With Karloff, Elsa Lanchester. Universal. DVD. Region 2. $5.



A NIGHT AT THE OPERA.
American, 1935. Directed by Sam Wood. With the Marx Bros., Margaret Dumont. Warner. DVD. Region 1. $5.



FURY.
American, 1936. Directed by Fritz Lang. With Spencer Tracy. Warner. DVD. Region 1. $5.



MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON.
American, 1939. Directed by Frank Capra. With Jean Arthur, James Stewart. Columbia. DVD. Region 1. $5.



THE MALTESE FALCON.
American, 1941. Directed by John Huston. With Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor. Warner. DVD. Region 1. $5.



CASABLANCA.
American, 1942. Directed by Michael Curtiz. With Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman. Warner. DVD. Region 2. $5.



RAW DEAL.
American, 1948. Directed by Anthony Mann. Cinematography by John Alton. With Dennis O’Keefe. Classic Flix. DVD. Region 1. $7.



SUNSET BLVD.
American, 1950. Directed by Billy Wilder. With William Holden, Gloria Swanson. Paramount. DVD, slipcased. Region 1. $6.



TOKYO STORY.
Japanese, 1954. Directed by Yasujiro Ozu. With Chishu Ryu, Setsuko Hara. English subtitles. Criterion Collection. DVD. Region 1. $7.



BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK.
American, 1955. Eastman Color. CinemaScope. Directed by John Sturges. With Spencer Tracy, Robert Ryan. Warner. DVD. Region 1. $7.



KISS ME DEADLY.
American, 1955. Wide screen. Directed by Robert Aldrich. With Ralph Meeker. MGM. DVD. Region 1. $7.



THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER.
American, 1955. Wide screen. Directed by Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters, Lillian Gish. Criterion Collection. DVD. Region 1. $10.



THE SEVENTH SEAL.
Swedish, 1957. Directed by Ingmar Bergman. With Gunnar Bjornstrand, Max von Sydow. English subtitles. Criterion Collection. DVD. Region 1. $8.



WILD STRAWBERRIES.
American, 1957. Directed by Ingmar Bergman. With Victor Sjostrom. English subtitles. Criterion Collection. DVD. Region 1. $8.



JAILHOUSE ROCK.
American, 1957. CinemaScope. Directed by Richard Thorpe. With Elvis Presley. Warner. DVD. Region 1. $5.



KING CREOLE.
American, 1958. VistaVision. Directed by Michael Curtiz. With Elvis Presley, Carolyn Jones, Walter Matthau. Paramount. DVD. Region 1. $5.



THE MAGICIAN.
Swedish, 1958. Directed by Ingmar Bergman. With Max von Sydow, Ingrid Thulin Tartan. DVD. Region 2. $5.



AKIRA KUROSAWA SAMURAI DOUBLE FEATURE: YOJIMBO.
Japanese, 1961 Tohoscope. With Toshiro Mifune. English subtitles. Plus SANJURO. Japanese, 1962. Tohoscope. With Toshiro Mifune. English subtitles. Criterion Collection. DVD, slipcased. Region 1. $15.



A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS.
Italian-Spanish, 1964. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Sergio Leone. With Clint Eastwood. MGM. DVD, slipcased. Region 2. $5.



FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE.
Italian-Spanish, 1965. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Sergio Leone. With Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef. MGM. DVD, slipcased. Region 2. $5.



THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY. Italian-Spanish, 1966. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Sergio Leone. With Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef. Kino. DVD. Region 1. $5.



LE SAMOURAI.
French- Italiasn, 1967. Eastmancolor. Wide screen. Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville. With Alain Delon. English subtitles. Criterion Collection. DVD. Region 1. $8.



SHAME
Swedish, 1968. Directed by Ingmar Bergman. With Max von Sydow, Liv Ullmann. English subtitles. MGM. DVD. Region 1. Out of print. $7.



L’ARMEE DES OMBRES.
French-Italian, 1969. Eastmancolor. Wide screen. Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville. With Lino Ventura, Paul Meurisse, Simone Signoret. English subtitles. BFI. DVD. Region 1. $8.



THE CREMATOR.
Czechoslovakian, 1969. Wide screen. Directed by Juraj Herz. With Rudolf Hrusinsky. Masterpiece from the Czech New Wave! English subtitles. Criterion Collection. DVD. Region 1. $10.



THAT’S THE WAY IT IS.
American, 1970. Metrocolor. Panavision. Directed by Denis Sanders. Elvis Presley concert documentary. Plus ELVIS: THAT’S THE WAY IT IS. American, 2000. Metrocolor. Panavision. Reconstruction of the original release, using alternate takes and discarded material to create a different and much more complete concert. Warner. DVD, slipcased. Region 1. $7.



FANNY AND ALEXANDER.
Swedish, 1982. Eastmancolor. Wide screen. Directed by Ingmar Bergman. With Kristina Adolphsonm. Theatrical release. English subtitles. Plus 1983 four-episode complete made-for-Swedish-television version. English subtitles. Criterion Collection. DVD, slipcased. Region 1. $10.



O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU?
American, 2000. Deluxe Color. Panavision. Directed by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen. With George Clooney. Universal. DVD. Region 2. $5.



Walt Disney Treasures



WALT DISNEY TREASURES: MICKEY MOUSE IN BLACK AND WHITE.
Four volumes, two discs in each volume, tons of extras, many Easter eggs, collectible art print. Every theatrical Mickey Mouse cartoon ever made! Disney. DVD. Two-disc set. Limited, numbered edition. Each volume comes in a special silver metal can. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $120. Sale Price: $50.



WALT DISNEY TREASURES: MICKEY MOUSE IN BLACK AND WHITE: VOLUME TWO.
Four volumes, two discs in each volume, tons of extras, many Easter eggs. collectible art print. Every theatrical Mickey Mouse cartoon ever made! Disney. DVD. Two-disc set. Limited, numbered edition. Each volume comes in a special silver metal can. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $120. Sale Price: $50.



WALT DISNEY TREASURES: MICKEY MOUSE IN LIVING COLOR: VOLUME TWO.
Four volumes, two discs in each volume, tons of extras, many Easter eggs, collectible art print. Every theatrical Mickey Mouse cartoon ever made! Disney. DVD. Two-disc set. Limited, numbered edition. Each volume comes in a special silver metal can. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $120. Sale Price: $50.



WALT DISNEY TREASURES: SILLY SYMPHONIES.
Two volumes, two discs in each volume, tons of extras, many Easter eggs, collectible art print. Every Silly Symphonies cartoon ever made! Disney. DVD. Two-disc set. Limited, numbered edition. Each volume comes in a special silver metal can. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $120. Sale Price: $50.



WALT DISNEY TREASURES: MORE SILLY SYMPHONIES: VOLUME TWO.
Two volumes, two discs in each volume, tons of extras, many Easter eggs, collectible art print. Every Silly Symphonies cartoon ever made! Disney. DVD. Two-disc set. Limited, numbered edition. Each volume comes in a special silver metal can. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $120. Sale Price: $50.



WALT DISNEY TREASURES: THE COMPLETE PLUTO.
Two volumes, two discs in each volume, tons of extras, many Easter eggs, collectible art print. Every theatrical Pluto cartoon ever made! Disney. DVD. Two-disc set. Limited, numbered edition. Each volume comes in a special silver metal can. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $180. Sale Price: $50.



WALT DISNEY TREASURES: THE COMPLETE PLUTO: VOLUME TWO.
Two volumes, two discs in each volume, tons of extras, many Easter eggs, collectible art print. Every theatrical Pluto cartoon ever made! Disney. DVD. Two-disc set. Limited, numbered edition. Each volume comes in a special silver metal can. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $180. Sale Price: $50.



WALT DISNEY TREASURES: THE CHRONOLOGICAL DONALD.
Four volumes (of which I have the first three), two discs in each volume, tons of extras, many Easter eggs, collectible art print. Every theatrical Donald Duck cartoon ever made! Disney. DVD. Two-disc set. Limited, numbered edition. Each volume comes in a special silver metal can. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $90. Sale Price: $50.



WALT DISNEY TREASURES: THE CHRONOLOGICAL DONALD: VOLUME TWO.
Four volumes (of which I have the first three), two discs in each volume, tons of extras, many Easter eggs, collectible art print. Every theatrical Donald Duck cartoon ever made! Disney. DVD. Two-disc set. Limited, numbered edition. Each volume comes in a special silver metal can. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $90. Sale Price: $50.



Blu-rays



DEUX HOMMES DANS MANHATTAN (TWO MEN IN MANHATTAN).
French, 1959. Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville. With Pierre Grasset, Jean-Pierre Melville. French noir shot on location in New York. French dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus interview, trailers. Cohen. Blu-ray. Region A. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $10.



ELVIS.
American-Australian, 2022. Color. Panavision. Directed by Baz Luhrmann. With Austin Butler, Tom Hanks. Plus documentaries. Warner. Blu-ray + DVD dual edition. Two-disc set. Slipcased. Region A/1. Retail Price: $29. Sale Price: $10.



Eureka! Masters of Cinema



PHANTOM.
German, 1922. Multi-tinted. Directed by F. W. Murnau. With Alfred Abel, Lya de Putti. Plus DIE FINANZEN DES GROSSHERZOGS (THE GRAND DUKE’S FINANCES). German, 1924. Multi-tinted. Directed by F. W. Murnau. With Harry Liedtke, Max Schreck. German intertitles with optional English subtitles. Plus David Kalat commentary, 40-page booklet. Eureka! Masters of Cinema. DVD. Out of print. Region 2. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $10.



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: $8.



Criterion Collection



LE QUAI DES BRUMES (PORT OF SHADOWS). French 1938. Directed by Marcel Carne. With Jean Gabin, Michele Morgan, Michel Simon. Poetic-realism classic from Marcel Carne and Jacques Prevert. French dialogue with optional English subtitles. Restored. Plus trailer, 32-page booklet. Criterion Collection. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $8.



LE CORBEAU (THE RAVEN).
French, 1942. Directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot. With Pierre Fresnay. French dialogue with optional English subtitles, Plus interviews, trailer, 16-page booklet. Criterion Collection. DVD. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $66. Sale Price: $7.



MINISTRY OF FEAR.
American, 1944. Directed by Fritz Lang. With Ray Milland, Dan Duryea. Film-noir classic! 2K restoration. Plus interview, trailer, booklet. Criterion Collec-tion. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $9.



QUAI DES ORFEVRES.
French, 1947. Directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot. With Louis Jouvet, Simone Renant, Bernard Blier, Suzy Delair. French dialogue with optional English subtitles. Classic film noir! Plus 1971 interviews with Clouzot and cast, trailer, booklet. Criterion Collection. DVD. Region A. Retail Price: $60. Sale Price: $9.



NIGHT AND THE CITY.
American-British, 1950. Directed by Jules Dassin. With Richard Widmark, Gene Tierney. Classic film noir! Restored. Plus commentary, interviews, trailer, booklet. Criterion Collection. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $40. Sale Price: $9.



RASHOMON.
Japanese, 1950. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. With Toshiro Mifune, Takashi Shimura. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus introduction, commentary, documentary, trailer, 28-page booklet. Criterion Collection. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $10.



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: $7.



LE SALAIRE DE PEUR (THE WAGES OF FEAR).
French, 1953. Directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot. With Yves Montand, Charles Vanel. Restored. French dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus interviews, documentaries, 24-page booklet Criterion Collec-tion. DVD. Two-disc set. Region 1. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $9.



TOUCHEZ PAS AU GRISBI (HANDS OFF THE LOOT!).
French, 1954. Directed by Jacques Becker. With Jean Gabin, Lino Ventura, Jeanne Moreau. Noir at its best! French dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus interviews, documentary, trailer. Criterion Collection. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $40. Sale Price: $9.



SEVEN SAMURAI.
Japanese, 1954. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. With Toshiro Mifune, Takashi Shimura. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Magnificent samurai epic! Restored. Plus commentaries, trailers, documentaries, two-hour Kurosawa interview, 56-page booklet. Criterion Collection. DVD. Three-disc set, slipcased. Region 1. Retail Price: $50. Sale Price: $10.



THRONE OF BLOOD.
Japanese, 1958. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. With Toshio Mifune, Isuzu Yamada. Macbeth in feudal Japan! Restored. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus commentary, trailer, 16-paqge booklet. Criterion Collection. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $10.



KAKUSHI TORIDE NO SAN-AKUNIN (THE HIDDEN FORTRESS).
Japanese, 1959. Tohoscope. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. With Toshiro Mifune, Misa Uehara. Action-adventure epic! Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Restored. Plus interview, trailer, booklet. Criterion Collection. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $9.



SEPPUKU (HARAKIRI).
Japanese, 1962. Shochiku GrandScope. Directed by Masaki Kobayashi. With Tatsuya Nakadai. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus Donald Richie introduction, Kobayashi interview, additional interviews, trailer, 32-page booklet. Criterion Collection. DVD. Two-disc set. Region 1. Retail Price: $40. Sale Price: $9.



HIGH AND LOW.
Japanese, 1963. Hand-colored sequence. Tohoscope. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. With Toshio Mifune. Film-noir thriller! Luminous restoration. Criterion Collec-tion. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $10.



KAGEMUSHA.
Japanese-American, 1980. Eastmancolor. Panavision. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. With Tatsuya Nakadai. Action-adventure epic! Restored. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus commentary, trailers, documentaries (on Lucas, Coppola, and Kurosawa, and on Kurosawa’s paintings and storyboards), Kurosawa’s Suntory Whiskey commercials, 48-page booklet. Criterion Collection. DVD. Two-disc set. Region 1. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $10.



Silent Cinema



PIONEERS: FIRST WOMEN FILMMAKERS—THE FORGOTTEN FILMS OF WRITER & DIRECTOR JULIA CRAWFORD IVERS. THE INTRIGUE. American, 1916. Multi-tinted. With Lenore Ulrich. Plus THE MAJESTY OF THE LAW. (American, 1915, multi-tinted), A SON OF ERIN (American, 1916, multi-tinted), and BEN BLAIR (American, 1916, multi-tinted). All restored. Plus commentary, booklet essay. Kino DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $8.



DIE SPINNEN (THE SPIDERS).
Fritz Lang’s two-part exotic adventure epic: DIE SPINNEN: ERSTES ABENTEUER—DER GOLDENE SEE (THE SPIDERS: EPISODE ONE—THE GOLDEN SEA) and DIE SPINNEN: ZWEITES ABENTEUER—DAS BRIL-LANTENSCHIFF (THE SPIDERS: EPISODE TWO—THE DIAMOND SHIP). German,

1919 and 1920. With Carl de Vogt, Lil Dagover. Restored. English intertitles. Kino DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $9.



THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME.
American, 1923. Multi-tinted. Directed by Wallace Worsley. With Lon Chaney, Patsy Ruth Miller. Plus Michael F. Blake commentary, 18-page booklet with Michael F. Blake essay and original 1923 souvenir program, original 3-D stills and two pairs of 3-D glasses., footage of Chaney on the set. Image Entertainment. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $50. Sale Price: $8.



POIL DE CAROTTE (CARROT TOP).
French, 1926. Multi-tinted sequences. Directed by Julien Duvivier. With Henry Krauss, Charlotte Barbier-Krauss, Andre Heuze. French intertitles with optional English subtitles. Plus introduction, documentaries. Arte France. DVD. Region 0 (NTSC). Retail Price: $35. Sale Price: $7.



LE MYSTERE DE LA TOUR EIFFEL (THE MYSTERY OF THE EIFFEL TOWER).
French, 1928. Directed by Julien Duvivier. With Tramel, Gaston Jacquet. Dutch intertitles with no subtitles. Filmmuseum. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $22. Sale Price: $5.



MENSCHEN AM SONNTAG (PEOPLE ON SUNDAY).
German, 1929. Avant-garde semi-documentary classic from Robert Siodmak, Edgar G. Ulmer, Billie Wilder, and Fred Zinnemann. German intertitles with optional English suntitles. Plus documentary, 12-page booklet. BFI. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $22. Sale Price: $7.



AU BONHEUR DES DAMES (THE LADIES’ PARADISE).
French, 1930. Directed by Julien Duvivier. With Dita Parlo, Ginette Maddie. French intertitles with optional English subtitles. Plus introduction, documentaries. Arte France. DVD. Region 0 (NTSC). Retail Price: $60. Sale Price: $7.



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: $4.



Serials



GANG BUSTERS. American, 1942. Directed by Ray Taylor and Noel Smith. With Kent Taylor. Thirteen-chapter Universal serial. 4K restoration. VCI. DVD Region 1. Retail Price: $25.00. Sale Price: $10.



Classics



THE COCOANUTS. American, 1929. Directed by Joseph Santley and Robert Florey. With The Marx Brothers, Margaret Dumont. Image Entertainment. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $4.



ANIMAL CRACKERS.
American, 1930. Directed by Victor Heerman. With The Marx Brothers, Margaret Dumont. Image Entertainment. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $4.



MONKEY BUSINESS.
American, 1931. Directed by Norman McLeod. With The Four Marx Brothers, Thelma Todd. Image Entertainment. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $4.



HORSE FEATHERS.
American, 1932. Directed by Norman McLeod. With The Four Marx Brothers, Thelma Todd. Image Entertainment. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $4.



DUCK SOUP.
American, 1933. Directed by Leo McCarey. With The Four Marx Brothers, Margaret Dumont. Image Entertainment. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $4.



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: $3.​



DUMBO. American, 1941. Technicolor. Produced by Walt Disney. Animation. Plus documentary, cartoon, music videos. Disney. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $3.​



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: $3.​



MR. & MRS. SMITH.
American, 1941. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. With Carole Lombard, Robert Montgomery. Plus documentary. Warner Archive. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $13. Sale Price: $6.



MONSIEUR VERDOUX.
American, 1947. Directed by Charles Chaplin. With Charles Chaplin, Martha Raye. A Chaplin masterpiece. Plus introduction, documentary trailers. MK2 / Warner. DVD. Slipcased. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.



THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE.
American, 1948. Directed by John Huston. With Humphrey Bogart, Walter Huston, Tim Holt. Restored. Plus two documentaries, commentary, eight Bogart trailers, newsreel, short, two cartoons, Warner. DVD. Two-disc set. Region 1. Retail Price: $12. Sale Price: $5.



THE ASPHALT JUNGLE.
American, 1950. Directed by John Huston. With Sterling Hayden, Louis Calhern, Sam Jaffe, Marilyn Monroe. Classic film noir! Introduction by Huston, commentary, trailer. Warner. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $7.



SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN.
American, 1951. Directed by Gene Kelly. With Gene Kelly, Donald O’Connor, Debbie Reynolds. Warner. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $4.



LIMELIGHT.
American, 1952. Directed by Charles Chaplin. With Charles Chaplin, Claire Bloom. Chaplin’s last masterpiece. Plus introduction, documentary deleted scene, uncompleted short, home movies, trailers. MK2 / Warner. DVD. Slipcased. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.



TO CATCH A THIEF.
American, 1955. Technicolor. VistaVision. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. With Cary Grant, Grace Kelly. Plus commentary, interviews, five documentaries, interactive travelogue, trailer. Paramount. DVD. Two-disc set. Region 1. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $6.



THE WRONG MAN.
American, 1956. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. With Henry Fonda, Vera Miles. Hitchcock noir! Plus documentary, trailer. Warner. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $5.



THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE. American, 1962. Wide screen. Directed by John Ford. With John Wayne, James Stewart, Vera Miles, Lee Marvin, Edmond O’Brien. One of the all-time greatest westerns! Plus trailer. Paramount. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $12. Sale Price: $5.​



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



UNFORGIVEN.
American, 1991. Technicolor. Panavision. Directed by Clint Eastwood. With Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman, Richard Harris. Plus four documentaries, trailer. Warner. DVD. Two-disc set. Slipcased. Region 1. Retail Price: $13. Sale Price: $5.



MEMENTO.
American, 2000. Color. Panavision. Directed by Christopher Nolan. With Guy Pearce, Joe Pantoliano. Diabolical thriller! Plus commentary, two documentaries, Christopher Nolan interview, trailer. Goldwyn. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $7.



ATLANTIS: THE LOST EMPIRE.
American, 2001. Color. Wide screen. Delightful Walt Disney Pictures animation. Plus commentary, deleted scene, and more. Disney. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $3.



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: $3.



LINCOLN.
American, 2012. Deluxe Color. Panavision. Directed by Steven Spielberg. With Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field, Hal Holbrook, Tommy Lee Jones.. Plus trailer. Buena Vista. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $5.



Studio Ghibli



TONARI NO TOTORO (MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO). Japanese, 1988. Fujicolor. Wide screen. Directed by Hayao Miyazaki. Classic Studio Ghibli animation. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus storyboards, documentaries, trailers. Studio Ghibli. DVD. Two-disc set. Region 2. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $6.



American Cinema



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: $3.



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: $3.



THE KITE RUNNER.
American-Chinese-British, 2007. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Marc Forster. With Khalid Abdalla, Homayoun Ershadi. “Astonishingly affecting perfor-mances.” Paramount. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $3.



British Cinema



SCROOGE. British, 1935. Directed by Henry Edwards. With Seymour Hicks, Donald Calthrop. A Christmas Carol! Image Entertainment. DVD. Out of print. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.



THE ROGER MOORE 007 COLLECTION VOL 2: MOONRAKER.
British, 1979. Technicolor. Panavision. Directed by Lewis Gilbert. With Roger Moore as James Bond, Richard Kiel as Jaws. FOR YOUR EYES ONLY. British, 1981. Technicolor. Panavision. Directed by John Glen. With Roger Moore as James Bond. OCTOPUSSY. British, 1983. Technicolor. Panavision. Directed by John Glen. With Roger Moore as James Bond. A VIEW TO A KILL. British, 1985. Technicolor. Panavision. Directed by John Glen. With Roger Moore as James Bond, Christopher Walken. MGM. DVD. Four-disc set, slipcased. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $5.



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: $3.



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: $3.



Chinese Cinema



As six 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.



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: $4.



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: $4.



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: $4.



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: $4.



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: $4.



YE YAN (THE BANQUET).
Chinese, 2006. Technicolor. Super 35 wide screen. Directed by Feng Xiaogang. With Ziyi Zhang, Ge You. Dazzling martial arts reimagining of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Plus documentary, trailer. Mandarin dialogue with optional English subtitles. Metrodome. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $10. Sale Price: $4.



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: $3.



YANG MEN NU JIANG ZHI JUN LING RU SHAN (LEGENDARY AMAZONS).
Chinese, 2011. Color. Wide screen. Directed by Frankie Chan. With Cecelia Cherung, Richie Jen. Mandarin dialogue with English subtitles. Action epic set in ancient China. Plus commentary, documentary, trailers. Cine Asia. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $25. Sale Price: $3.



XUEHUA YU MISHAN (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: $3.



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: $5.



LE JOUR SE LEVE (DAYBREAK).
French, 1939. Directed by Marcel Carne. With Jean Gabin, Jules Berry, Arletty. Poetic-realism classic from Marcel Carne and Jacques Prevert. French dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus interviews, documentary, trailer. Studio Canal. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $7.



DU RIFIFI CHEZ LES HOMMES (RIFIFI).
French, 1955. Directed by Jules Dassin. With Jean Servais. Noir perfection! French dialogue with English subtitles. Stunning restoration. Plus Dassin interviews, trailer. Arrow. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $7.



BOB LE FLAMBEUR (BOB THE GAMBLER).
French, 1956. Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville. With Isabel Corey, Duchesne. Classic film noir! French dialogue with English subtitles. Plus introduction. Optimum/Studio Canal. DVD. Out of print. Region 2. Retail Price: $12. Sale Price: $5.



LE DOULOS (THE FINGER MAN).
French, 1962. Wide screen. Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville. With Jean-Paul Belmondo, Serge Reggiani. French noir classic! French dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus commentary, introduction, interview, trailer. BFI. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $15. Sale Price: $5.



LE CERCLE ROUGE (THE RED CIRCLE).
French-Italian, 1970. Eastmancolor. Wide screen. Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville. With Alain Delon, Yves Montand. Classic neo-noir! Plus introduction, commentary, interview, trailer. BFI. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $7.



UN FLIC (A COP
). French, 1972. Wide screen. Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville. With Alain Delon, Catherine Derneuve. French noir classic! French dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus trailer. Studio Canal / Anchor Bay. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $8.



LE DERNIER METRO (THE LAST METRO).
French, 1980. Fujicolor. Wide screen. Directed by Francois Truffaut. With Catherine Deneuve, Gerard Depardieu. French dialogue with English subtitles. Plus interviews, commentary, deleted scene, trailer. Tartan. DVD. Region 2. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $6.



CYRANO DE BERGERAC.
French, 1990. Color. Panavision. Directed by Jean-Paul Rappeneau. With Gerard Depardieu, Jacques Weber, Anne Brochet. Finest performance of Depardieu’s career. Plus trailer. MGM. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $38. Sale Price: $7.



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: $3.



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: $3.



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: $3.



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: $3.



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: $3.



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: $3.



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: $3.



Italian Cinema



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: $3.



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: $3.



Japanese Cinema



GENBAKU (CHILDREN OF HIROSHIMA).
Japanese, 1952. Directed by Kaneto Shindo. With Nobuko Otowa, Tsuneko Yamanaka. The legacy of the atomic bomb. Japanese dialogue with English subtitles. Asmik Ace. DVD. Out of print. Region 2 (NTSC). Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $6.



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: $4.



RAN.
French-Japanese, 1985. Eastmancolor. Panavision. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. With Tatsuya Nakadai. King Lear in feudal Japan. Kurosawa’s greatest master-piece! Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus commentaries, trailers. Studio Canal. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $10.



YUME (DREAMS).
Japanese-American, 1990. Eastmancolor. Panavision Super 35. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. With Martin Scorsese as Vincent Van Gogh. Visionary, deeply personal series of eight episodes on war and nuclear power. Mainly Japanese dialogue with English subtitles. Warner. DVD. Region 1. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $8.



POM POKO.
Japanese, 1994. Fujicolor. Wide screen. Directed by Isao Takahata. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Classic Studio Ghibli animation. Japanese dialogue with optional English subtitles. Plus storyboards, documentaries, trailers. Studio Ghibli. DVD. Two-disc set. Region 2. Retail Price: $30. Sale Price: $6.



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: $3.



Russian Cinema



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: $4.



Swedish Cinema



AUS DEM LEBEN DER MARIONETTEN (FROM THE LIFE OF THE MARIONETTES). West German–Swedish, 1980. Color sequences. Directed by Ingmar Bergman. With Robert Atzorn, Heinz Bennent. German dialogue with English subtitled. Made in Germany during Bergman’s Swedish tax exile. Plus trailer. Tartan. DVD. Region Free. Retail Price: $20. Sale Price: $6.



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: $3.



Blues CDs



JIMMY McCRACKLIN: BLUES BLASTERS BOOGIE. Ninety-eight classic tracks (1945-1955) by the legendary California singer-songwriter. His instrument, the piano; his band, the Blues Blasters! One of Bob Dylan’s favorite blues and R&B artists. Fully annotated. JSP Records. CD. Four-disc set, slipcased. Retail Price: $29. Sale Price: $9.
 

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