• Western 57 Minutes

Tex Ritter joins a medicine show to get the goods on the gang.

    • Western 76 Minutes

    A classic tale of early California homesteaders and their struggle to establish the timber industry in California's redwood country. Directed by Felix Feist, screenplay by John Twist, and James R. Webb.

      • Western 57 Minutes

      Set at Fort Lowell, Arizona Territory in the 1880's, BOOTS AND SADDLES tells stories of the 5th U.S. Cavalry interacting with the Apache Indians. Directed by Joseph Kane.

        • Action/Adventure 112 Minutes

        OSCAR WINNER. Set in France in 1640. The story of Cyrano, the poetic swordsman who is very cocious of his large nose. He loves Roxanne and she loves Christian. The Cyrano writes letters to Roxanne using Christian's name in this classic love triangle. Directed by Michael Gordon.

          • Comedy 65 Minutes

          Two buddies join the Foreign Legion to help one of them forget a sad love affair. The Foreign Legion is not amused, but the audience will be.

            • Crime 69 Minutes

            Startling expose of the truth behind modern wayward youth in the 40's. A Mystery Science Theater 3000 Pick!

              • Biographical Drama 76 Minutes

              The story of Jackie Robinson, the first black major league baseball player in the 20th century. This film traces his career in the then existing "negro leagues" and subsequently on to the major leagues.

                • Drama 91 Minutes

                Set in Milan, a sultry young photographer meets a mysterious woman and becomes involved in various sexual encounters. She must confront her fears and try to escape the mystic powers of a modern day witch. Groovy 60's setting.

                  • Drama 83 Minutes

                  A woman's struggle for the love of two men and her fight for her life.

                  Starring: Nick Dimitri, Tracy Olsen,Linda Davidson

                    • Musical 93 Minutes

                    As a Victorian waif Shirley Temple refuses to have her spirits dampened by all the hardships that befall her. Lavish Technicolor production. Directed by Walter Lang.

                      • Adventure 97 Minutes

                      Hedy Lamarr, the voluptuous star of Ecstasy, plays an actress who portrays three of the most fascinating women in history. Lamarr is Guenevieve, a saintly countess who tries desperately to save her kingdom; Empress Josephine; and Helen of Troy, the woman whose beauty launched a thousand ships.

                      Starring: Cathy O'Donnell, Terrence Morgan, Cesar Panova

                        • Documentary/War 41 Minutes

                        William Wyler's documentary about the U.S. Army Air Corps in Europe during World War II, it features combat footage, and documents the return of the Memphis Belle and its crew.

                          • Horror/SciFi 96 Minutes

                          Flesh-eating Zombies storm a farmhouse and terrify the occupants in this cult classic from George Romero. A group of people hide from bloodthirsty zombies in a farmhouse. Ben Huss (Duane Jones), Barbra (Judith O'Dea), and five others trapped in a backwoods farmhouse in Pennsylvania cower in fear, as it is converged upon by corpses that come back to life.

                          Starring: Duane Jones, Judith O’Dea, Karl Hardman

                            • Drama 75 Minutes

                            Love between the son and daughter of two long time friends who now hate each other creates conflict. Gable is Twelvetrees approved suitor. The scenery is beautiful. Gable's first non-silent film.

                              • Docudrama 92 Minutes

                              The exciting story of the famous outlaw and revolutionist, Pancho Villa, who was pursued by the armies of both Mexico & the United States. Incredible head-on train collision finale. Directed by Eugenio Martin.

                                • Romance 119 Minutes

                                Quintessential soap opera, with Dunne and Grant as a couple who adopt a baby after their unborn child dies. A real three hankie, ladies matinee special. Directed by George Stevens.

                                  • Action 85 Minutes

                                  The story of five men, deserters who fled the battlefield. Filmed on location in the heart of the Florida Everglades.

                                  Starring: Lin McCarthy, Stephen Courtleigh, Berry Kroeger

                                    • Crime 67 Minutes

                                    Depression-era youths experience bizarre behavior, exaggerated side effects and senseless tragedy while smoking marijuana in this camp classic from the 30's. aka TELL YOUR CHILDREN. CRIME. Directed by Louis Gasnier.

                                      • Action 80 Minutes

                                      Three men trek through the Florida Everglades trying to reach the Gulf of Mexico.

                                        • Action 114 Minutes

                                        Gregory Peck stars as an Ernest Hemingway-like writer and adventurer, who is wounded and presumably dying. As he conjures up tales of his daring expeditions his ever-devoted companion, Susan Hayward, listens steadfastly, hoping to sustain his life. Produced by Darryl F. Zannuck.

                                          • Drama 96 Minutes

                                          An inherited, beat-up farm is the setting of this wonderful story of a family's struggle to make the best of their situation against overwhelming odds. Directed by Jean Renoir.

                                            • Drama 117 Minutes

                                            Gripping melodrama, with Stanwyck bound to her husband by crime she committed long ago. Directed by Lewis Milestone.

                                              • Musical 136 Minutes

                                              Entertainment extravaganza loosely based on the life of composer Jerome Kern. A great excuse for MGM to trot out their fabulous stable of singers and dancers. TECHNICOLOR.

                                                • Drama 83 Minutes

                                                Burt Lancaster is an idealistic young man learning the harsh ways of cow punching country. His hope of living out a peaceful rancher?s dream is smothered by scandalous hearsay about his illegitimate child. Directed by Richard Thorpe.