Over 28 Hours of America's Most Beloved Leading Men of the Silver Screen!
Enjoy the legendary actors from the Golden Age of Cinema in award-winning films such as “Life with Father”, “Royal Wedding”, “ Made for Each Other”, and “This is the Army”. All twenty films star talented, distinguished and unforgettable men such as Cary Grant, Charlton Heston, Fred Astaire, Peter Lawford, Fred MacMurray, Burgess Meredith, Gary Cooper, Ronald Reagan and Orson Welles.
Constantine and the Cross
Starring Cornel Wilde, Christine Kaufmann, Belinda Lee
(1962) Color - NR
Cornel Wilde portrays the Roman emperor Constantine, whose rise to the throne was through many battles and also political maneuverings.
The Night America Trembled
Starring Warren Beatty, Vincent Gardenia, Warren Oates
(1957) B&W - NR
This film centers on the tale of the 1938 Halloween night radio broadcast of The Mercury Theater’s “The War of The Worlds”.
The Animal Kingdom
Starring Leslie Howard, Ann Harding, Myrna Loy
(1932) B&W - NR
A publisher decides it’s time to settle down with a woman of high society even though he loves another. Wishing for a change, the publisher decides to look up his former love to see if there is a chance at a loving relationship.
The Pied Piper of Hamelin
Starring Van Johnson, Claude Rains, Jim Backus
(1958) Color - NR
When a mysterious piper shows up and promises to rid the town of the pests for a fee, the town elders refuse to pay the piper his fee, so he takes drastic measures to punish the people of Hamelin.
That Uncertain Feeling
Starring Merle Oberon, Melvyn Douglas, Burgess Meredith
(1941) B&W - NR
After developing a case of hiccups, a married woman visits a psychiatrist. The psychiatrist believes the hiccups are caused by marital problems which are believed to be a result of his inattentiveness.
Life with Father
Starring William Powell, Irene Dunne, Elizabeth Taylor
(1947) B&W - NR
Mr. Day, a stockbroker, tries to run his house as efficiently as his firm does, but finds his home truly run by his loving, but simple, wife. His four sons are all involved with different interests that seem to add to the father’s frustrations.
This is the Army
Starring Ronald Reagan, George Murphy, Joan Leslie
(1943) Color – NR
A musical is put on for the servicemen fighting in World War I and a soldier who performed in the show heads off to war, where he is wounded and is forced to give up his career as a performer and become a producer.
The Amazing Adventure
Starring Cary Grant, Mary Brian, Peter Gawthorne
(1937) B&W - NR
Ernest, has just inherited a fortune but is miserable. In an attempt to break this feeling of boredom, he wages with his friend that he can learn a living for one year without touching any of his inheritance.
Starring Fred MacMurray, Raymond Burr, Claire Trevor
(1950) B&W - NR
A gang has been smuggling drugs from Mexico and two government agents working on the case set out to break up the ring.
A Bolt of Lightning
Starring Charlton Heston, Rita Vale, Anne Seymour
(1951) B&W - NR
The story of a Boston attorney and American patriot who contested the right of British troops to search colonists' homes during The Revolutionary War.
A Tattered Web
Starring Lloyd Bridges, Frank Converse, Broderick Crawford
(1971) Color - NR
A police sergeant discovers that his son-in-law is cheating on his daughter, so he confronts the other woman to resolve the situation.
Target of an Assassin
Starring Anthony Quinn, John Phillip Law, Sandra Prinsloo
(1976) Color - PG
A nurse is caring for a politician, who survived an assassination attempt. Diagnosed with a terminal illness and concerned for his family, the nurse kidnaps him in hopes that the ransom will provide for his family after he’s gone.
Starring John Ireland, Lon Chaney Jr., Dorothy Malone
(1952) B&W – NR
A Civil War soldier vows never again to use a gun after seeing the horrors of the war. Soon after, he discovers a local rancher is forcing other landowners off their property and that’s when the former soldier decides that enough is enough.
Starring Fred Astaire, Jane Powell, Peter Lawford
(1951) Color – NR
A brother and sister dance team is invited to England to perform at the same time as the royal wedding of Princess Elizabeth.
Made for Each Other
Starring James Stewart, Carole Lombard, Charles Coburn
(1939) B&W – NR
Young attorney John Mason and his bride Jane face a tough first year of marriage. Facing disapproval of their marriage by his boss and his mother, the couple strives to make things work in spite of financial and family problems.
Starring Gary Cooper, Lili Damita, Ernest Torrence
(1931) B&W – NR
A youthful Cooper portrays Clint Belmet, a trail guide facing a jail term on false charges. To avoid arrest, Clint finds French-born Felice and asks to pose as her fiancé.
The Lady Says No
Starring Joan Caulfield, David Niven, James Robertson Justice
(1952) B&W - NR
A woman author writes a best-selling book that bashes men and is surprised when a Life Magazine photographer attempts to woo her.
Starring Farley Granger, Shelley Winters, Lon Chaney Jr.
(1951) B&W - NR
Young newlyweds Bill and Kate take in a stray dog named Archie. Archie is really a trained dog for two rival gangs of criminals that throw our newlyweds and their adopted dog into the middle of the mix.
Port of New York
Starring Yul Brynner, Scott Brady, Richard Rober
(1949) B&W – NR
In order to stop drug smugglers, a group of agents goes undercover to infiltrate the gang, which places them in greater peril the closer they get to the ringleader.
David and Goliath
Starring Orson Welles, Eleonora Rossi Drago, Ivica Pajer
(1960) Color – NR
When no one will take up Goliath’s challenge, young David, armed with only a sling and some stones, sets off to battle the monstrous Goliath.