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The Lone Ranger 4-Pack
~ 4 DVD setserial / cliffhanger / western
Left for dead by a gang of desperadoes, the sole survivor of a posse of Texas Rangers is nursed back to health by Tonto, a friendly Indian he had once helped, and sets out to right the wrongs of the West. "The Lost Episodes" "Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear," and enjoy this action-packed compilation of rare and lost footage featuring the most famous Lone Ranger of them all, Clayton Moore, and Tonto.
My Dinner With Andre
~ Videoart house films
The sheer audacity of My Dinner with Andre drew throngs of curious filmgoers who made the film the most talked-about art-house hit of 1981. After all, who'd ever heard of a movie consisting of nearly two hours of nonstop dinner conversation? Ah ... but this isn't just any conversation--it's the kind of mesmerizing, soul-searching, life-affirming exploration that we feel privileged to listen to, and with unobtrusive style, director Louis Malle invites us to eavesdrop to our hearts' and minds' content. The film was written by two New Yorkers at the dinner table, noted playwright-actor Wallace Shawn and well-known stage director Andre Gregory, who essentially play themselves.
Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960)
~ VHSDoris Day Movies
Based on an amusing book by Jean Kerr, wife of famed theatre critic Walter, it is loosely based upon their own misadventures. The film version, produced by Joe Pasternak and directed by Charles Walters, relates the story of husband and wife David Niven and Day who, with their brood of children, decide to relocate to the suburbs after Niven nabs a position as theatre critic with a NYC newspaper. Adjustments are in order for all, and the laughs flow fast and free. Niven almost falls under the spell of seductress Janis Paige but returns to home and hearth by the final reel.