Feature Films

3-D Rarities3-D Rarities

Collection
(1922-1962)
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It has taken over 30 years for the 3-D Film Archive to assemble and restore the material in 3-D Rarities, an eye-popping collection of ultra-rare and long-lost movies, which Flicker Alley and the 3-D Film Archive are proud to present here for the first time on Blu-ray.

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Along Came JonesAlong Came Jones

Comedy
(1945)
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Newly transferred and restored
First time on Blu-Ray!


Based on the 1943 novel The Useless Cowboy by Alan Le May, Jones has great fun with the conventional movie Western, bolstered by an amusing script courtesy of Nunnally Johnson (who wrote Cooper’s previous Casanova Brown). Directed by Stuart Heisler (The Glass Key), this sprightly comedy-western was the only time the Oscar® winning Cooper added “producer” to his lengthy list of classic movie credits.

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Another Man's Poison


Another Man's Poison

Crime/Drama
(1951)
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Newly transferred and restored.
First time on Blu-Ray!

In her first role since starring as Margo Channing in the Academy Award®-winning All About Eve (Best Picture, 1950), Bette Davis plays mystery writer Janet Frobisher, a cold and conniving woman who will stop at nothing to get what she wants
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At Best DerivativeAt Best Derivative
(2-DVD Deluxe Edition)

Comedy
(2009)
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A band of fledgling criminals plan to sell the story/movie rights to a crime they have yet to commit.

A self-conscious farce comedy that sets out to prove that it is always best to be yourself, even when “yourself” is a pathetic loser with no chance at any real accomplishment.

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BuffaloBuffalo

Drama
(2015)

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"William C. McCallum's role is reminiscent of Robert Duvall's work in its simplicity and honesty."- Los Angeles DIY Film Festival.

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Casanova BrownCasanova Brown

Comedy
(1944)
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Newly transferred and restored.
First time on Blu-Ray!


Directed by Sam Wood (who made four films with star GAry Cooper, including Yankees and For Whom the Bell Tolls), Casanova Brown boasts a hilarious script co-authored by Nunnally Johnson and by none other than character actor Thomas Mitchell! It’s truly an old-fashioned kind of comedy—irresistible fun that will make you laugh and cry.

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Citizen WellesCitizen Welles

The Stranger (1946)
The Trial
(1963)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Includes an original documentary co-produced by Intermission Productions, Ltd. and Emphasis Entertainment Group, narrated by noted Welles historian Richard France, which provides insight into the making of The Stranger & The Trial, including a behind-the-scenes look at the DVD restoration process

 

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The CliffhangerThe Cliffhanger
(2-DVD Deluxe Edition)

Suspense
(2003)
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When the mysterious Iris Peterson arrives at a rundown hotel in Chicago, she seems to have come at the will of some outside force. Soon memories of a perverse family secret put into motion a series of nefarious events that pull a vast array of characters into a web of deadly intrigue.

 

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Cool ApocalypseCool Apocalypse

Comedy
Drama
(2015)
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A tale of modern love in the vein of Richard Linklater and Eric Rohmer: the plot intertwines the stories of two very different relationships – one of which is about to begin and the other of which has just ended.

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Crime Of PassionCrime Of Passion

Crime/Drama
(1957)
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Newly transferred and restored in original aspect ratio (1.85:1)
First time on Blu-Ray!


Written by Jo Eisinger (Gilda, Night and the City) and co-starring Raymond Burr (Perry Mason), Crime of Passion delivers the goods with noir favorites Barbara Stanwyck and Sterling Hayden in top form.

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DecomposedDecomposed

Drama
(2009)
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Dennis (Jordon Hodges) thinks the cheap engagement ring he bought for his fiancé Melissa (Susan Redman) may have triggered her to leave him and get engaged to another man.

Three months later, as Dennis still searches for a better ring, he learns Melissa has died. To get the closure he needs, Dennis concocts a plan to dig her up and compare rings to ultimately learn how much love costs.

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Down Three Dark StreetsDown 3 Dark Streeets

Crime/Drama
(1954)
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Newly transferred and restored.
First time on Blu-Ray!


When FBI agent Zack Stewart is gunned down in the line of duty, supervisor John ""Rip"" Ripley (Broderick Crawford) takes over his caseload.

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Five Steps To DangerFive Steps To Danger

Crime/Drama
(1957)
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Restored from the original camera negative and presented in 1.85:1 original aspect ratio.
First time on any home video format!


Based on Donald Hamilton's "The Steel Mirror" (serialized in The Saturday Evening Post in 1948), 5 Steps to Danger stars film noir icon Sterling Hayden (The Asphalt Jungle) as a Hitchcockian hero innocently up to his neck in intrigue and danger. Ruth Roman, no stranger to noir films herself (The Window), is Hayden's love interest: a woman whose suspicious background makes her someone difficult to trust.

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He Walked By NightHe Walked By Night
Special Edition

Crime/Drama
(1948)
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Newly transferred and restored.
First time on Blu-Ray!


Visually stunning, cinematographer John Alton’s brilliant use of light and shadows shine in this groundbreaking police procedural that paved the way for the TV series Dragnet; which itself spawned an entire sub-genre of television crime-dramas that are still popular to this day.

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HomeboundHomebound

Drama
(2014)

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"Homebound... an emotional gem.. authentic, an accomplishment very few films can claim these days."
-
Cinelinx.

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John Alton Film Noir CollectionJohn Alton Film Noir Collection

Crime/Drama
(1947/48)
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T-Men / Raw Deal / He Walked by Night - The ClassicFlix Restorations!


No other individual defines the foreboding film style known as noir more than John Alton, the Academy Award®-winning cinematographer (An American in Paris) who established his reputation as one of the movie industry's finest by plying his unique talents in the arena of B-movies.

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The Killer is LooseThe Killer is Loose

Crime/Drama
(1956)
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Newly transferred and restored.
First time on Blu-Ray w/Original 1.85:1 Ratio!


Detective Sam Wagner's job is never easy. Even an average day proves stressful for him and his family. But this is no ordinary day for Wagner (Joseph Cotten) or his wife Lila (Rhonda Fleming).

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The Last Will and Testament of Marlboro PatchThe Last Will and Testament of Marlboro Patch

Comedy
(2003)
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A hilarious coming of age story about a socially awkward twenty-year-old librarian from rural New Hampshire. When Marlboro attempts to uncover the mystery behind his father's death he stumbles into a world of secrets and deception, espionage and the FBI, twelve-step programs and militiamen, love, friendship, and family… All culminating in a sunrise shootout unlike anything he ever imagined.

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LostLost

Comedy
(1996)
Not Rated

Limited VHS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Underground film star Uncle Alice leads a way-beyond-low-budget misadventure about a good-natured ditz having the worst day of her life.

From the moment she opens her eyes to the time she ends up wandering the streets in a pink gorilla costume, Mitzi is so happy go lucky, she doesn't even realize what's happening to her. To Mitzi, its just another day LOST.

VHS Limited Edition.

 

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LuckyLucky

Comedy
Drama
Romance
(2011)
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"I mean it when I say that LUCKY is a near masterpiece of indie filmmaking."
~ Maverick Movie Awards

Moving from relationship to relationship over the past four years, Henry struggles to meet the right woman for him.

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The Man Who Cheated HimselfThe Man Who Cheated Himself

Crime/Drama
(1950)
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Newly transferred and restored.
Blu-Ray/DVD Combo!


Blinded by love, homicide lieutenant Ed Cullen (Lee J. Cobb, fresh off originating the role of Willy Loman on Broadway in Death of a Salesman) goes to great lengths to cover up a murder.

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The Man Who Watched Trains Go ByThe Man Who Watched Trains Go By

Crime/Drama
(1952)
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Newly transferred and restored.
First time on Blu-Ray!


This taut and suspenseful classic, shot in Technicolor, also benefits from beautiful location shooting in both the Netherlands and "The City of Light.”

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Masterworks of American Avant-garde Experimental Film 1920-1970Masterworks of American Avant-garde
Experimental Film

Collection
(1920-1970)
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This breathtaking collection includes 30 films, restored to pristine high-definition, from some of the foremost experimental filmmakers of the 20th century.

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Meter GirlsMeter Girls

Comedy
(1998)
Not Rated

Limited VHS

 

Telly Award

 

 

The feel-good hooker musical of the year! Get ready for the high-spirited hijinks of three working gals on the loose in the big city, with men on their minds! Featuring music by Jilly Idle and wacky original songs, METER GIRLS is a fun-filled story of girls gone wild in a mod, mod world.

VHS Limited Edition.

 

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Miss Annie RooneyMiss Annie Rooney

Comedy
Drama
(1942)
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Newly transferred and restored.
First time on Blu-ray & DVD.

Shirley Temple stars in the title role of Miss Annie Rooney and displays all the endearing charms that made her America’s little sweetheart. Along the way, Annie jitterbugs a path straight into the heart of Marty (Our Gang alum Dickie Moore) who may fulfill the hopes of both Annie and her father.

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Most Dangeous GameThe Most Dangerous Game
(
Blu-ray Edition)

Adventure
(1932)
Not Rated

Glow The Headhunter (1931)
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The Most Dangerous Game and Gow, The Headhunter (Cannibal Island) to Blu-ray for the first time in new digital editions produced by film historian, David Shepard. The two features on this Blu-ray publication honor the extraordinary lives of filmmaking team Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack as their distant, difficult and dangerous productions evolved from pure documentary (Grass), through semi-documentary (Chang) and semi-fiction (The Four Feathers), to their fictional apogee in King Kong (1933).

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Raw DealRaw Deal
Special Edition

Crime/Drama
(1948)
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Newly transferred and restored.
First time on Blu-Ray!


Dennis O’Keefe, star of the earlier T-Men, contributes a first-rate performance as the determined Joe, with Marsha Hunt (Pride and Prejudice) as Ann and Oscar® winning actress Claire Trevor (Key Largo) as the fiercely loyal Pat. Raw Deal also features a suitably slimy Raymond Burr as Rick. Raw Deal is film noir at its finest!

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ShitcagoShitcago

Comedy
Drama
(2015)
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"..undoubtedly one of the most Chicago-centric movies ever made."
-Michael Glover Smith, Cine-File Chicago

“...arthouse film lovers will be reminded of the films of Jim Jarmusch and Richard Linklater ... but not for long, as the film quickly shows a charm all of its own.”
-Mike Haberfelner, ReSearch My Trash

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T-Men Special EditionT-Men Special Edition

Crime/Drama
(1947)
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Newly transferred and restored
First time on Blu-Ray!


A major box office success upon its release, T-Men holds a special place in film noir canon not only as director Anthony Mann’s breakout film, but as the initial pairing of the filmmaker and cinematographer John Alton.

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Tomorrow Is ForeverTomorrow Is Forever

War/Drama
(1946)
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Newly transferred and restored
First time on Blu-Ray!


With a screenplay by Lenore Coffee (Four Daughters), Tomorrow is Forever provided an incredible acting showcase for “Renaissance man” Orson Welles as the enigmatic Kessler and Claudette Colbert as Elizabeth, a woman determined not to let another war tear her family apart.

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Too Late For TearsToo Late For Tears

Crime/Drama
(1949)
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When a pair of film noir icons like Lizabeth Scott and Dan Duryea collide, sparks are sure to fly. Jane Palmer (Scott) and her husband Alan (Arthur Kennedy) mysteriously have $60,000 literally dropped in their laps.

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Two For The Show

Two for the Show (DVD/CD)

Drama
(2016)
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“Sincere & emotional drama, hits you right in the heart!” – Neal Damiano, Top 10 Films

A one-night stand gone wrong at a High School reunion, when a man comes into town to see his dying father for the last time and encounters an abused woman..

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Woman On The RunWoman On The Run

Crime/Drama
(1950)
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A lost gem rediscovered! Thanks to the efforts of the Film Noir Foundation, this terrific 1950 film noir, the only American print of which was burned in a 2008 fire, has been rescued and restored to its original luster.

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You Only Live OnceYou Only Live Once

Crime/Drama
(1937)
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Newly transferred and restored.
First time on Blu-Ray!


A haunting masterpiece, "You Only Live Once" was director Fritz Lang's second American effort (after "Fury") and a forerunner to numerous "criminal lovers on the run" films like "Gun Crazy" and "Bonnie and Clyde".

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