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Infra-Man | Blu Ray | (14/01/2019)
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God bless the brilliance of Danny Lee (THE KILLER/ THE UNTOLD STORY) who emerged onto the Shaw Brothers scene with such outlandish fantasies as MIGHTY PEKING MAN (1977) and THE SUPER INFRAMAN (1975) - a tale of futuristic heroism and spandex costumes that could only have been dreamed up during the golden age of Hong Kong cinema. Featuring the sort of ambition that puts most superhero flicks to shame, this is a brilliant bicep-flexing bout of good vs. evil - as a costumed Chinese patriot takes the fight to a city-destroying mega-villain. Undoubtedly one of the finest Far Eastern action flicks of all-time, THE SUPER INFRAMAN makes its UK debut in a muscular HD transfer that could only have come from the Oriental-cinema obsessives at 88 Films! Extras: RESTORED UNCUT HD TRANSFER in Original 2.35:1 Aspect Ratio Uncompressed English & Chinese Audio English Subtitles Reversible Behind the Scenes Stills Gallery
The Dick Cavett Show - John And Yoko Collection | DVD | (08/02/2019)
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John Lennon and Yoko Ono appeared on The Dick Cavett Show three times. Clearly they enjoyed their time with Cavett as these television interviews stand out as their most relaxed and in-depth. They even cast him in one of their films. The September 11 1971 show is notable as the first American television interview John gave after the breakup of The Beatles. So comfortable were the Lennons that after the show was over they continued talking with Cavett. The additional portions of that first interview were shown as part of The Dick Cavett Show on September 24 1971. During that visit they'd discussed coming back and giving a live performance. True to there word for their appearance on Cavett's show on May 11 1972 they returned with Elephants Memory and each sang one song.
The Dick Cavett Show - Ray Charles Collection | DVD | (08/02/2019)
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'Genius' is a word that is often used too casually. That's certainly not the case with Ray Charles. The word was so appropriate in his case that it became his nickname. 'The Genius' was a guest on The Dick Cavett Show three times including one where he was Cavett's only guest. As a performer and conversationalist his magnetism is in full force. Ray speaks candidly about his life and career and performs 14 songs over 3 episodes.