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A cold-blooded killer (Johnny Cash) poses as a door-to-door guitar instructor to take a bank managers family hostage and hold them for a ransom. Watch for a young Ron Howard, who almost steals the show.
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The Green Glove
A down-on-his-luck veteran (Glenn Ford) returns to post WWII France to recover a jewel-encrusted holy relic stolen by the Nazis. His quest leads him down a deadly trail involving an alluring tour guide, Nazi collaborators, and murder!
The Extraordinary Voyage
A documentary that chronicles the cinematic journey of the iconic film A Trip to the Moon.
Boss of Big Town
After his assistant is murdered, a crusading city official (John Litel) pretends to be a government stooge to shut down a gang of racketeers. He believes the big boss is a man inside the city government and is determined to flush him out!
The Tree in a Test Tube
Laurel and Hardy demonstrate the uses of wood in this World War II propaganda film.
A re-enactment of the true account of ace fighter pilot Charles O'sullivan
History Rediscovered: The Battle of Britain
Frank Capra's documentary The Battle of Britain traces the fate of the British after the fall of France and the dark days of "The Blitz."
The Flying Deuces
Laurel and Hardy bring their antics to France in this comedy classic. Unlucky in love, Olly wants to kill himself, but instead joins the Foreign Legion with his pal, Stan. When the bumbling pair gets sentenced to a firing squad, they manage to escape in a biplane that neither knows how to fly!
History Rediscovered: War Comes to America
The seventh and final film in Frank Capra's Why We Fight series, War Comes to America is one of history's great propaganda movies. It traces America's struggle to remain neutral in the face of growing world chaos.
The Nazi's plan to eliminate an entire race of people nearly succeeded because thousands of ordinary people simply went about their business. Yet in the midst of darkness shone a light. In fact, many lights. This compelling documentary takes viewers to the Netherlands where a number of Dutch Jews relive the terrifying ordeal they experienced at the hands of the Nazis and the daring accounts of those Hidden Heroes who risked their lives to save them. For the rescuers and the rescued alike, it is a powerful emotional reconnection with a time and a place that holds the conflicting memories of terror and hope.
1970 Biography, Comedy
Larry, Moe and Curly Joe have retired and decide to travel. First it’s a camping trip to Yellowstone Park. Then they mount up their RV and it’s on to the lakes in Idaho where Larry tries everything to catch a fish!
They Made Me a Killer
A down-on-his-luck grease monkey (Robert Lowery) unwittingly becomes the getaway driver for a violent bank heist and is framed for murder!
History Rediscovered: Report from the Aleutians
John Huston's acclaimed documentary shows the struggle of American forces to dislodge the Japanese from the island of Kiska. Huston's portrait of ordinary G.I. Joes courageously facing opposition earned him an Oscar nomination in 1944.
An oilman (Lew Ayres) guns down a fugitive suspected of stealing the company payroll, but he might have killed the wrong man. When he sets out to uncover the truth, he becomes the hunted fugitive, wounded and wanted for murder!
Shot Down over the Soviet Union
2003 History, Biography
Was it the intention of the chief military staff of the US Air Force to unleash the third world war in the 50s? Was the development of the CIA spy plane, U2, an attempt by the US government to regain control over war threatening missions flown by the US Air Force? Shot down over the Soviet Union presents previously undisclosed documents, film footage and contemporary witnesses reports that provide us with an authentic image of the dramatic events of the 50s.
History Rediscovered: Divide and Conquer
The third installment in Frank Capra's Why We Fight propaganda film series, Divide and Conquer brilliantly presents the Nazi conquest of Western Europe in 1940, as Germany employs the Blitzkrieg with devastating effect.
From the streets of Bristol to the taverns of London and beyond, docoBANKSY finds the truths and explores the impact that the world’s most famous graffiti artist has had on the art world, on the expression of protest and satire, and on the perception of what you can do with a spray can and a stencil.
The Amazing Transparent Man
An expert safecracker becomes transparent after a power-hungry mad scientist subjects him to atomic rays! When the invisible thief starts cleaning out bank vaults all over town, will anyone be able stop the Amazing Transparent Man?
Huxley on Huxley
In the conservative 1950s, the Huxley home was the center of Hollywood's artistic and intellectual avant-garde. The provocative writing of Aldous Huxley (Brave New World) would have a major influence on contemporary cultural history.