For six electrifying seasons, no crime series proved more combustible than the Peabody Award-winning Justified. At the explosive center of the action, Western-style, gun-slinging U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) confronts murder, drugs, bank heists, mobsters, crime families, corrupt politicians and even his own tumultuous past â€“ and never backs down. His ultimate adversary is the cunning, complex outlaw Boyd Crowder (Walter Goggins), but the real wild card is Ava Crowder (Joelle Carter), the mysterious woman torn between the two men and both sides of the law. From creator Graham Yost and based on legendary author Elmore Leonardâ€™s crime novella â€œFire in the Hole,â€ it all leads to a perfectly unexpected final showdown. BD Synopsis: For six electrifying seasons, no crime series proved more combustible than Justified. At the explosive center of the action, gun-slinging U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) confronts murder, mobsters, and even his own tumultuous past â€“
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The complete second season of the TV series Wild, Wild West. Whether you grew up with it on the tube, want to erase the memory of 1999's disappointing feature-film adaptation, or are simply discovering it now, The Wild Wild West rocks. This late-'60s TV show has a bit of everything: laughs, drama, action, elements of magic, sci-fi, ghost stories, high- and low-tech gadgets that would do James Bond and MacGyver proud, great music, pretty ladies, outrageous villains, cool clothes... and even Sammy Davis Jr. and Richard Pryor, among other unexpected guests. Droll ladies man and government agent James West (played by tough guy Robert Conrad, wearing pants so tight they reveal his... well, they're really tight) and his sidekick, master of disguises Artemus Gordon (Ross Martin), are back at it for this second season (1966-67), with 28 episodes packaged on seven discs, bringing with them the same delightfully arch tone as before. Headquartered in their well-appointed train car, they embark on a variety of oddball adventures, all of them entitled "The Night of" something (like "...the Flying Pie Plate," "...the Returning Dead," "...the Surreal McCoy," "...the Tottering Tontine," and many more). It's all very tongue-in-cheek; the villains, both familiar (Doctor Miguelito Loveless, colorfully portrayed by "little person" Michael Dunn) and new, are deluded, silver-tongued maniacs camping it up like there's no tomorrow, while the stories, ranging from Loveless' schemes to take over the w...
War, 10-Movie Collection: The Eagle and The Hawk / The Last Outpost / Bengal Brigad / Jet Pilot / Ulzana's Raid / To Hell and Back / In Enemy Country / Raid on Rommel / Battle Hymn / Wake Island
Manufacturer: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
Brand: UNI DIST CORP. (MCA)
The Eagle and the Hawk: This powerful anti-war drama stars Cary Grant and Fredric Marchas as rival pilots with opposing codes of honor during World War I. The Last Outpost: Blending action-adventure with romantic melodrama, this rousing saga follows a British prisoner (Cary Grant) who is rescued from a firing squad by his cellmate (Claude Rains). Wake Island: Based on a true story, this hard-hitting film follows a handful of U.S. Marines holding out against an overwhelming Japanese air, land and sea assault. Bengal Brigade: Set during British India in 1857, Captain Claybourne (Rock Hudson) is faced with restoring his reputation after being harshly disciplined for disobeying orders. To Hell and Back: Audie Murphy, the most decorated American soldier of WWII, plays himself in this gripping, action-packed battle saga featuring amazingly realistic war footage. Battle Hymn: Based on actual events during the Korean War, a remorseful bomber pilot (Rock Hudson) must come to terms with his past after an unthinkable accident. Jet Pilot: Heroic Air Force Colonel Jim Shannon (John Wayne) takes to the skies to save a beautiful Russian lady pilot (Janet Leigh) accused of being a spy. In Enemy Country: Wartime secret agents are on a mission to destroy a deadly new type of torpedo, hidden in a Nazi stronghold in France. Raid on Rommel: A British intelligence officer (Richard Burton) leads a daring attack on the German shore defenses at Tobruk during World War II. Ulzana's Raid: A sc...
Brand New 4K Restoration! Gil Carter (Henry Fonda, My Darling Clementine) and Art Croft (Henry Morgan, Dragnet) ride into a town frustrated by the prevalence of cattle rustlers. Suddenly, word comes that a popular rancher has been murdered, which puts the already enraged town over the edge. When the spiteful mayor forms a posse, Gil and Croft are swept up in their mission - to seek vengeance - even upon those innocent of any wrongdoing. As it becomes clear that bloodlust may win out over rationality, the tension mounts in this masterpiece with its timeless message about the dangers of mob mentality. The great William Wellman (Yellow Sky) directed this classic western, which was nominated for a Best Picture Academy AwardÂ® and featured a stellar cast that includes Dana Andrews (Boomerang) and Anthony Quinn (Across 110th Street).Bonus Features: Audio Commentary by Western Scholar Dick Eulain and William Wellman Jr. | Henry Fonda: Hollywood's Quiet Hero" as seen on Biography on the A&E Network | Restoration Comparison | Trailer Gallery
Classic Americana and avant-garde European cinema sensibilities meet Zen Buddhism and the Bible as master gunfighter and comic mystic EL TOPO (played by writer/director Alejandro Jodorowsky) must defeat his four sharp shooting rivals on an ever increasing bizarre path to allegorical self-enlightenment and surreal resurrection. Released in 1970, Alejandro Jodorowsky's El Topo was the landmark film that began the whole Midnight Movie phenomena of the counterculture crazy 1970's. The film was the most talked about, most controversial quasi-Western head trip ever made, transforming the way risk-taking audiences, seeking mainstream Hollywood alternatives, watched edgy underground films. To say that El Topo became a cult classic is something of an understatement in light of its surprisingly broad acceptance fueled, in part, by ringing endorsements from John Lennon and Yoko Ono that made it a commercial success in its own time.