Return of the Shopping List

The Quiet Man (60th Anniversary Special Edition) [Blu-ray]Return of the Gunfighter

Classic movies & entertainment new on disc the week of Jan 22:

Speakeasy Shopping List returns with lots of John Wayne releases & more…

The Quiet Man: 60th Anniversary Special Edition

The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)Indiscreet [Blu-ray]It's in the Bag [Blu-ray]

The Seven-Per-Cent Solution

Morella’s Blood Vision: 3 Bone Chilling Chillers — Zombieso (I Eat Your Skin), Blood Stalkers, and The Blood Seekers.

Sci-Fi Trash-O-Rama — The Flying Saucer Mystery, Creature of Destruction, and UFO – Target Earth.

The New FrontierFrontier Horizon [Blu-ray]King of the Pecos [Blu-ray]

King of the Pecos

Frontier Horizon

The New Frontier

It’s in the Bag


The Incubus

Ghost of Rashmon Hall (1947)WWII: Frank Capra's Why We Fight

The Ghost of Rashmon Hall

WW2:Frank Capra’s Why We Fight

Warner Archive releases:
Tip on a Dead Jockey, The Illustrated Man, Dead End Kids, Return of the Gunfighter,Angels in the Outfield, Green Pastures, more here 

ALPHA releases out this week at
Behind the Green Lights, The Wiretapper, The World Gone Mad, Leon Errol Comedy Collection, Beast of Borneo,further volumes of Golden Age of TV, Medic, a Bela Lugosi doc, much more here

grapevine releases:
SOS Coast Guard, Dynamite Dan, The Final Extra, Griffith’s Abraham Lincoln, more here

feel free to leave your picks, pans, anything new to recommend from the last few weeks that you picked up

2 thoughts on “Return of the Shopping List”

    1. It was a docu-educational film made to basically explain what was going on in WW2, and mostly to gain support for the US entering the war, using the enemy’s original propaganda films against them and linking the fight to American values and freedom (though not really the whole picture because, as many Hollywood projects did back then, it goes light on the horrors of Soviet Communism, since they were fighting the Nazis, and so were technically on “our” side ). I have & have seen it a number of times as a history buff, and just on a filmmaking level its very interesting to see a director of that caliber handle the message & material. Hope that helps



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