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Classic Movies

40 Years of Television: Broadcast Journalism
Forty Years of Television Broadcast Journalism: Relive such classic moments as Bob Hope, an atomic bomb explosion, the spectacular Bel-Air fire, the Rose Parade, enjoy such unforgettable entertainment milestones as "Pantomime Quiz," "Beany and Cecil," "Lawrence Welk," and much, much more.
36-6361 120 min. $ 59.95

Bang The Drum Slowly
Paul Newman, George Peppard and Albert Salmi star in this celebrated 1956 television production of Mark Harris' poignant story of a dying baseball player who wants to play one last season.
36-5623 60 min. $ 19.95

Big Trees
A stunning western set in the High Sierras. Starring Kirk Douglas and Eve Miller.
36-9143 90 min. $ 6.99 ©1953

Bowery Boys Scrapbook
A tribute to the films and lives of the Bowery Boys, also known as the Dead End Kids and the Little Tough Guys including Leo Gorcey and Huntz Hall.
33-4012 75 min. $ 19.95 ©1994 0-9638865-6-8

Charlie Chaplin: Emerging Chaplin
Narrated by Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. An uproarious roller coaster ride of human comedy, this program features Charlie Chaplin during his early days as The Little Tramp. From early films to his stint at Mack Sennett's studios to the silent film classics that audiences have loved for decades, this profile gives you the emergence of a true genius. Includes clips from Kid Auto Races, The Bank, The Tramp, The Floorwalker, The Pawnshop, The Rink, and Easy Street.
36-5799 30 min. $ 19.95 ©1989

Comedy Classics: Bob Hope
Swing to the sound of Les Brown and his orchestra and crack up at the hilarious skits of Bob Hope, the King of Comedy.
33-8005 61 min. $ 14.95 ©1990 0-88149-431-X

36-5863 60 min. $ 19.95

36-4109 97 min. $ 19.95 ©1995
36-4110 101 min. $ 19.95 ©1995
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36-4112 105 min. $ 19.95 ©1995
36-4113 107 min. $ 19.95 ©1995
36-4114 124 min. $ 19.95 ©1995

Courage Of Rin-Tin-Tin
Return to the days of yesteryear when the West was young and Rusty, Rinny and Lt. Rip helped tame the wild frontier.
36-6089 90 min. $ 24.95 ©1984

Death House Testament
36-5860 60 min. $ 19.95

Doctor Dolittle
Rex Harrison is unforgettable as the veterinarian who discovers he can talk to the animals. Based on the Hugh Lofting series of children's books.
36-4066 145 min. $ 14.98 ©1967

Golden Age of Silent Films
Your series host will introduce each film along with inside information about each film and its glamorous stars. Original music and sound effects have been added to bring back the authentic "old time nickelodeon" feeling. This seven tape set includes: "The Mark of Zorro" starring Douglas Fairbanks; "Blood and Sand" starring Rudolph Valentino; "The General" starring Buster Keaton; "The Gold Rush" starring Charlie Chaplin; "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" starring Lon Chaney; "Pollyanna" starring Mary Pickford; and "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" starring John Barrymore.
36-4106 618 min. $ 89.95 ©1996

His Girl Friday
36-4146 94 min. $ 29.95 ©1939

Hollywood's Hottest Stunts
50-4084 30 min. $ 12.99 ©1990

This program can assist you in building your receptionist skills. Both volumes cover techniques to help make you a more effective and satisfied receptionist.
36-4136 20 min. $ 9.99 ©1929
36-4140 24 min. $ 9.99 ©1927
36-4139 20 min. $ 9.99 ©1928
36-4137 20 min. $ 9.99 ©1928
36-4138 20 min. $ 9.99 ©1929

It's a Wonderful Life
Frank Capra's classic tale of hope and joy. Uncut, original version starring Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed.
36-9144 130 min. $ 16.95

Lassie: The Painted Hills
Splendid family entertainment starring Lassie, America's favorite collie. Also starring Paul Kelly, Bruce Cowling and Gary Gray.
10-9142 70 min. $ 7.95 ©1955

Laurel and Hardy - Liberty
In escaping from prison the boys get their pants mixed up while hastily changing to street clothes in the back seat of a fleeing motorcar.
36-4073 20 min. $ 9.95 ©1929

Laurel and Hardy - Their Purple Moment
Their Purple Moment pivoted on the concept that every husband was expected to pony up the contents of his pay envelope immediately upon entering the house on payday, and woe be it to he who holds back a couple of bucks from the little woman.
36-4072 21 min. $ 9.95 ©1928

Laurel and Hardy - You're Darn Tootin'
The boys playing in the local band and through a series of apparently logical steps of progression, this seemingly normal world suddenly erupts into sidewalk kicking contests, belly punching and finally, and entire citizenry gone mad.
36-4074 20 min. $ 9.95 ©1929

Laurel and Hardy: Big Business
As the boys favorite foil, James Finlayson took rudimentary sales resistance to new heights. As a simple "no" evolves into the total destruction of Stan's and Babe's car, their christmas tree -- and Fin's comfortable home.
36-4075 21 min. $ 9.95 ©1929

Laurel and Hardy: Double Whoopee
Stan and Babe arrive as last minute replacements as a Doorman and Footman at a swank New York hotel.
36-4077 20 min. $ 9.95 ©1929

Laurel and Hardy: That's My Wife
That's My Wife confirms the nearly full development of Stan and Babe's screen personas and demonstrates that they truly mastered the art of silent film comedy. It seems the real Mrs. Hardy has given Babe and ultimatum. Either Stan leaves, or she leaves. Naturally she leaves.
36-4078 20 min. $ 9.95 ©1929

Laurel and Hardy: They go Boom!
The boys are of course, joined by oversensitive Charlie Hall, in his traditional role as the unforgiving landlord. This time Babe is sneezing and wheezing while fighting the dreaded runny nose.
36-4076 21 min. $ 9.95 ©1929

Laurel and Hardy: Battle of the Century
The first reel is comprised of an hysterical bout between the emaciated Stan and real-life champion weightlifter, Noah Young. Of particular note is an unbilled extra sitting in the front row of the crowd who is easily recognizable as the young Lou Costello in perhaps his earliest screen appearance! The beginning of the second reel is still missing. It featured insurance sales man Eugene Pallette who sells Ollie a policy on Stan, which pays off should he injure himself. Naturally, Stan begins to fall down a lot as they traverse the streets of Hal Roach Studios, finally running into the surly Charlie Hall, who blames banana-eating Babe for the peel on which he has just fallen! (The missing sequence is represented on the second complete version of the film presented on this tape by rare surviving stills and the original script.) You know the rest, of course, the greatest pie fight in the history of movies. Copyright 1928.
36-4126 28 min. $ 9.95 ©1995

Laurel and Hardy: Early to Bed
The boys apparently broke; bumming in the park with their little dog. But, a ray of hope: Babe reads a letter, and his face lights up. "I am very rich" he confides to Stan. In fact, he's inherited a fortune. Stan begins to cry, what's to become of him? No problem, Hardy simply makes him his butler and keeper, as we quickly learn. For Ollie becomes a confirmed night person, and with just enough Prohibition-Era champagne to put an "edge" on. Butler Stan tries to get the playful Ollie in the rack before dawn, but with little success. Stan tries to quit, but Ollie says no. So, Stan sets out to get fired. Comedy results. Copyright 1928.
36-4125 20 min. $ 9.95 ©1995

Laurel and Hardy: Habeas Corpus
In a late-night meeting, the boys are confronted by the traditional Mad Scientist, much to Stan's amazement. The scientist offers the deal: Five "big ones" for digging up a stiff and delivering it to the Professor's house for a little nocturnal experimentation. The boys exit, and the gang from the loony bin arrive to pick up the Professor. Our heroes are off to a nearby cemetery to perform their little excavation, but with a detective sent to scare them away, a nervous bat, and a wandering turtle, all they manage to do is tear down the wall, break Ollie's toe, and escape with the detective safely tucked away in a body bag! Copyright 1929.
36-4127 20 min. $ 9.95 ©1995

Laurel and Hardy: Sugar Daddies
One of those hilarious flapper-era swipes at the antics of the newly rich, in which Oilman Jimmy, James Finlayson, wakes up married to some old trollop, who, with her weight-lifter brother (Noah Young), plans to grab fifty grand to "go away". Lawyer Stanley joins Butler Ollie to try and work things out, but soon, panic ensues, and in an effort to escape from gun-wielding Noah, the boys assume the crazy "Stan in drag riding on the back of Jimmy" routine they were to use again in 1931's "Chickens Come Home" in order to escape. Copyright 1927.
36-4124 19 min. $ 9.95 ©1995

Laurel and Hardy: Two Tars
A minor construction project is underway, and traffic is backed up for miles. Being take charge kind of guys, our sailors pull out of the long line of traffic and try to pass, but to no avail.
36-4079 20 min. $ 9.95 ©1929

Laurel and Hardy: Unaccustomed As We Are
Their first "All-Talking Comedy" as it would be billed by MGM. The boys are embroiled in one of the knock-down drag-out domestic disputes for which they became famous, thanks to Stan being brought home by Babe for dinner with the little woman, unannounced. Co-starring Thelma Todd and Mae Busch. Copyright 1929. Includes the silent version.
36-4122 39 min. $ 14.95 ©1995

Little Princess
In one of her most endearing roles, Shirley Temple shines as America's Favorite child star in this heartwarming feature film about a little girl banished to an old basement of a boarding school when it is learned that her father may be dead. This film will charm the entire family. Also stars Ian Hunter, Anita Louise and Caesar Romero.
10-9115 93 min. $ 14.95 ©1991 1-56371-011-0

Love Affair
One of the finest films to emerge from that incredible year of 1939, which by all historical analysis was likely the greatest year in the history of motion pictures, was the romantic "Love Affair." Unseen in almost fifty years and rescued at the very verge of decomposition, this is a true classic of the Golden Age. Starring Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer.
36-4132 87 min. $ 9.95 ©1994

Misadventures of Buster Keaton
The misadventures of Buster Keaton is a feature length classic filled with scene after scene of Keaton's trademark perfect timing. The original nitrate prints have been locked away in cold storage since the early '50s. This is the first in a series of pristine Buster Keaton "talkies" that have never before been released on videocassette.
36-4025 65 min. $ 19.95

My Man Godfrey
36-4145 94 min. $ 29.95 ©1936

Nothing But a Man
Set in the 1960's, this is an uplifting love story about a man and a woman whose bond overcomes racial and class barriers. This ground-breaking American classic was voted into the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress in 1994. Black & White.
36-4026 92 min. $ 19.95 ©1964 1-56501-240-2

Red Balloon
1956 children's classic about a little boy who makes friends with a magical red balloon that follows him everywhere. Won an Oscar for Best Screenplay, and was named Best Film of the Decade by the American Film Festival.
36-4131 34 min. $ 14.95 ©1956 0-7800-1766-8

Rin-Tin-Tin Hero of The West
The best friend Justice ever knew, now in Color for the whole family!
36-6088 75 min. $ 24.95 ©1985

Roping Fool
Will Rogers, the legendary Vaudeville comedian and Wild West show performer, stars in his most famous role. This original, uncut motion picture classic captures the wizardy, suspense and humor that typify the Will Rogers legend. The film features the pioneering use of slow-motion to detail many spectacular rope tricks, including Will Rogers' world famous "three rope catch", a stunt you have to see to believe. This is a reproduction from the original 1925 film print.
36-4108 20 min. $ 14.95 ©1987

Star is Born
The original and the best! The poignant, dramatic story about an aging Hollywood star, whose career is beginning to decline while his young actress wife reaches super-stardom. Starring Frederic March and Janet Gaynor.
36-4037 116 min. $ 14.95 ©1937

Third Man
36-4144 102 min. $ 29.95 ©1949

36-5864 60 min. $ 19.95

Individual occupations correspond to standard occupational classification titles found in many other sources of career information. Each tape contains descriptions of occupations within a broad segment of the work world.
36-4033 690 min. $ 39.95 ©1994 1-56202-835-9
36-4048 360 min. $ 19.95 ©1994 1-56202-703-4
13-8147 50 min. $ 16.95 ©1993
36-5862 60 min. $ 19.95

Acclaimed author and respected consultant Noelle Nelson, Ph.D, has helped attorneys at the nation's top law firms win cases and maximize jury awards. Learn what it takes to prepare for that important litigation and to present yourself and your witness in a credible manner.
36-4047 150 min. $ 29.99
36-4015 182 min. $ 29.99 ©1961 1-56480-198-5

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