Classic entertainment new to DVD / BD this week of DEC 11:
I Escaped From The Gestapo
God’s Gift to Women
It’s Tough to be Famous
other new releases:
DJANGO Double Feature: Django Kills Silently / A Pistol for Django
DJANGO Double Feature: Man Called Django / Django and Sartana’s Showdown in the West
Some Dollars for Django 4 movie set
The Story of Film: An Odyssey
Mark of the Gun (a long lost western)
Omnibus: James Agee’s Mr. Lincoln and the Civil War
The Wild Geese
Gunsmoke 7 vol 1
Ultimate Buster Keaton 15 discs
Babes in Toyland
Three sound films
THE LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE (1936)
Frank Coghlan Jr. is a youngster who runs away from his schoolhouse to look for work in New York. However in the big city he only finds himself tangled up in a crime.
REG’LAR FELLERS (1941)
Based on the Gene Byrnes comic strip, the gangs big screen adventure is packed with plenty of laughs and great child talent. Included is the Reg’lar Fellers animated short: Happy Days.
DIXIE JAMBOREE (1944)
Criminals, entertainers, and mistaken identity on the last show boat on the Mississippi. Lots of great songs and popular stars in this fun musical.
& Four new silent titles
CHRISTUS (1914) early Italian drama tells the story of Christ, from a lovely hand-painted print.
THE BARGAIN (1914) William S. Hart is a bandit trying to mend his wicked ways for the woman he loves, in this early feature. Tinted
BRAVEHEART (1925) Rod La Rocque is the Indian Braveheart who attends law school to fight for his tribe.
FINE MANNERS (1926)
Gloria Swanson and Eugene O’Brien star in this romantic tale of two unlikely New Yorkers in love