The last desperate fight that changed the course of history. Five months after D-Day most American soldiers think the German army is broken. The Germans think otherwise. In an attempt to buy time to fill the skies with their invincible new jets they launch one fast furious offensive: the Battle of the Bulge. For this epic recreation of one of World War II's most crucial confrontations director Ken Annakin (The Longest Day) captures the explosive action of massive f
Lulu Belle (1948)
An unmissable compendium of 8 classic musicals in one bumper DVD box set! Includes: 1. On The Avenue (Dir. Roy Del Ruth 1937) 2. Sun Valley Serenade (Dir. H. Bruce Humberstone 1941) 3. Daddy Long Legs (Dir. Jean Negulesco 1955) 4. The Gang's All Here (Dir. Busby Berkeley 1943) 5. Second Fiddle (Dir. Sidney Lanfield 1939) 6. Orchestra Wives (Dir. Archie Mayo 1952) 7. Dolly Sisters (Dir. Irvin Cummings 1945) 8. Pin Up Girl (Dir. H. Bruce Humberstone 1944)
In 1941, cynical Johnny Williams, a reckless and self-seeking newsreel cameraman, is detained by military officials in Japaneseoccupied China. They offer him a tempting sum of money to spy for them. He manages to escape with an American couple, and the trio wind up in Mandalay, where he is captivated by a beautiful Chinese woman, Haoli Young. Haoli warns Johnny about his association with the Japanese and the dubious company he keeps. But in spite of her suspicions they fall in love. One da.
While Gene Morrison's band (the Glenn Miller Band) is on tour, trumpet player Bill Abbot (George Montgomery) falls for a girl in the audience, Connie Ward (Ann Rutherford). When they elope, no one's more surprised than Abbot's girlfriend, Jaynie Stevens (Lynn Bari). As the musicians blow hot on the bandstand, their wives are engulfed in enough flammable jealousy and dirty tricks to break up the band. Now, Connie must prove her love for Bill, as well as try to get the band back together.o
United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Mono ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Black & White, Interactive Menu, Remastered, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Dance hall gal Lil (Marie Windsor) is a very versatile woman - she can sing, she can ride, she plays cards and she knows how to forge - all of which make her attractive to several gentlemen, including secret service agent Tom Horn (George Montgomery). Horn's been sent West to round up a gang of counterfeiters. He starts by gaining the confidence of one of the ringleaders, Lil, and she leads him to Logan (Rod Cameron), the brains behind the operation. When Lil finds out that Horn is a Fed, she's tempted to fill him full of holes. The only problem is, he's taken her heart. ...Dakota Lil
United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Mono ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Remastered, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Swashbuckling romantic adventure from 1951 set in 19th Century France, picking up where the Alexander Dumas original leaves off. The sword of the Count of Monte Cristo is not only valuable in itself, but the engraved symbols provide clues to the whereabouts of his missing fortune. The country's conniving chief minister will stop at nothing to gain possession of the sword. But he is challenged by an officer loyal to Emperor Louis Napoleon. Aiding the officer is a beautiful countess, leading a double-life as a masked vigilante. George Montgomery, Rita Corday, William Conrad and Rhys Williams star in an action-packed battle of wits written and directed by Maurice Geraghty. ...The Sword of Monte Cristo (1951)
Bank robber Will Sabre (George Montgomery) is looking to leave his life of crime behind in favor of marrying his sweetheart, Judy (Ann Robinson). But Sabre's gang, led by Dunsten (Steve Brodie), has no intention of letting go of such a skilled shooter. When he rejects the demands to rejoin their ranks, these cruel crooks promptly use their next heist to frame the innocent Sabre. To save his reputation and future, he must set out to capture his former cohorts -- with the law in hot pursuit.
It's Hep! It's Hot! It's Hilarious! Fabulous swing music and memorable tunes infuse this Oscar nominated film about the lives of the women behind the musicians in a famous big band. While Gene Morrison's band (the Glenn Miller Band) is on tour trumpet player Bill Abbot (George Montgomery) falls for a girl in the audience Connie Ward (Ann Rutherford). When they elope no one's more surprised than Abbot's girlfriend Jaynie Stevens (Lynn Bari). As the musicians blow hot on the bandstand their wives are engulfed in enough flammable jealousy and dirty tricks to break up the band. now Connie must prove her love for Bill as well as try to get the band back together.
The story revolves around one-eyed marshal Clay Black Patch Morgan (Montgomery). The marshal is delighted to find out that his old buddy Hank Danner (Leo Gordon) is riding into town, but less than thrilled to learn that Danner is now a wanted outlaw. Reluctantly throwing his friend into jail, Morgan sets off a chain reaction of terror, beginning with a jailbreak engineered by crooked saloonkeeper Frenchy De Vere (a particularly vicious performance by Sebastian Cabot) and culminating in a showdown between the marshal and Danner's young protg Flytrap (Tom Pittman).
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