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  • North & South (DVD)

    Today $24.00
    Richard Armitage Fans REJOICE!

    Jan 9, 2015

    swubbindee  from Florence, AL, Rating:5.0

    Love this movie. It's beautifully filmed and acted.

  • Murder 101/Gypsy Warriors

    Jan 14, 2015

    gingerraye  from Holton, Kansas, Rating:5.0

    These movies have two of my favorite actors. They gave a great performance and movie kept me interested till the end. Another value is that you get two movies for the price of one. I would recommend these movies to my friends and family.

  • Great kids movie for the family to watch

    Jan 18, 2015

    thomas h. Rating:4.0

    Whole family enjoyed this movie. Plus I got it at a great price

  • Jan 24, 2015

    Jay L. Rating:5.0

    Brings back great memories for a great prive

  • Operation Petticoat DVD

    Jan 11, 2015

    DocBVN71  from Colubums, Ohio, Rating:5.0

    One of the classic 1960 era comedies with two of Hollywoods great male actors. Cary Grant is terrific as the straight man to Tny Curtis's con-guy approach. Story starts out as a recollection of the history of a WW II submarine that is about to be decommisioned. Curtis is the current captain responsible for taking the sub to disposal. He opens the ship's log and begins reviewing the entries Grant made during the war. As the recollection goes back, Curtis is introduced as a new arriving junior officer assigned to the sub as a result of a strange set of circumstances. During his assignment he goes about his duties more like it's a regular day-to-day job where he's trying to not only milk it for everything he can, but doing such without actually working or being responsible for anything. As a die-in-the-wool con artist, he goes from one scam to another, creating laughs along the way. All the while Grant as his sub commander is looking forward to the day he can unload Curtis from his comman...

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