(1944) Anne Baxter
Based on the true story of the five famous Sullivan Brothers who effected
Naval history forever.
of the Field
(1963) Sidney Poitier
Sidney Poitier won an Academy Award for his performance in this endearing
Green Was My Valley
(1941) Maureen O'Hara, Roddy McDowell, Walter Pidgeon, Donald Crisp
Up against such films as "Citizen Kane" with Orson Welles for the 1941 Academy Awards it won Best Picture. This film also won Oscars for Best Director (Ford), Best Supporting Actor (Donald Crisp), Best Art Direction, and Best Cinematography;
Based on the novel by Richard Llewellyn, the film focuses its colorful story on 10-year-old Huw (Roddy McDowall), youngest of seven children to Mr. and Mrs. Morgan (Donald Crisp, Sarah Allgood), a tough weathered couple who've seen the best and worst of times in their South Wales mining town. This heartwarming sentimental classic is a masterpiece, richly told revealing the culture and enviroment the people of this Welsh mining town had to face, their daily struggles, losses, family loyalty, integrity, honor and endurance.
Hell and Back
(1955) Audie Murphy
A very unique war movie. Audie Murphy plays himself in his own true story based on his real-life experience and heroism during his command in WWII. Nothing short of awesome. A good, patriotic film. Griping, and inspiring giving the war a human face. One of the best of the WWII films.
Kill a Mockingbird
(1962) Gregory Peck
Based on the novel by Harper Lee, Gregory Peck won an Oscar for his role as a lawyer in a backward southern town, who finds himself defending a black man he believes is innocent of the charges of rape. Peck must find the crucial evidence and convince angry lynch mob of this man's innocence - or his client will surely die. Justice and injustice, racial predjudice and integrity are masterfully laid out for the viewer to ponder and love. Add this classic to your video favorites.
of Our Lady of Fatima
(1952) Gilbert Roland
The film depicts the true and publically documented story of the three
young shepherd children to whom the Blessed Mother appeared to in a field
while herding their sheep in 1906. The suffering they endured at the hands
of the athiestic authorities and even their own families and friends when
their secret is discovered. The special effects for 'The Miracle
of the Sun' seen by over 75,000 people who heard of the miracle prediction
and came to witness it as they packed the small hilly field where Our Lady
had been appearing to the children. The miracle was seen by both
the faithful and unbelievers alike and which even made headlines in the
communist paper O SECULO!
Song of Bernadette
(1943) Jennifer Jones, Vincent Price, Charles Bickford
Jennifer Jones in this her first major cinematic performance won the Oscar for Best Actress of 1943.
Based on the true story of the Lourdes Apparition of the Blessed Mother
to a simple french peasant girl.
(1956) Ingrid Bergman, Yul Brynner
A gripping ~ very believable story based on a play by Marcelle Maurette
and Guy Bolton.
Anastasia was rumored to be the only survivor of the Bolsheviks' murderous
attack on the czar's family. Yul Brynner tries to capitalize on the rumor
by materializing the missing heir to the family's fortune. The story has
a familiar hint of "My Fair Lady" when the chemistry between Yul and Ingrid
begin to mix.
(1941) Cary Grant, Irene Dunne
Heartmelting! Is the only way to describe this great film! charming
Cary Grant & the endearing Irene Dunne are the perfect match in this
bittersweet drama about a man & woman who fall in love, get married
and realize they can't have children. The idea of adoption is rejected
by Grant who has his mind made up...well almost! The story has alot of
good humor and sentimentality, as well as it's heartwrenching moments.
You'll be so caught up, there won't be a dry eye in the place by the time
(1944) Jane Fontaine, Orson Welles
A dark mysterious love story based on the book by Charlotte Brontë.
Joan Fontaine is wonderful as the shy but intelligent rather 'plain Jane'
who answers an ad for a governess to the daughter of a brooding and mysterious
widower Rochester played by Orson Welles. The mystery is enhanced by the
ancient castle and moorish setting complete with fog and candlelight!
Hunt for Red October
(1990) Sean Connery, Alec Baldwin
A thrilling submarine cat and mouse game between a renegade russian nuclear sub commander who defects from the Soviet Union - sub, crew and all - and a U.S. sub sent out to destroy them before they reach the shores of the U.S.
(1987) Peter Falk, Fred Savage, Cary Elwes, Mandy Patinkin
A wacky and hillarious mideviel story read by a loving grampa (Columbo's Falk) to his bored and spoiled grandson (Fred Savage) who is home sick with the flu. In the end love conquers all.
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