Travel back in time with these yesteryear classics that are now available!
|The Virginian: The Final Season||Manhunt Of Mystery Island||Lord Of The Flies|
A small-town judge (Lionel Barrymore) has to juggle his re-election bid with the toils of his adolescent kids (Mickey Rooney, Cecilia Parker) in the first “Hardy Family” entry “A Family Affair” (1937). “Judge Hardy’s Children” (1938) give the jurist (Lewis Stone) concerns as he visits Washington, D.C. Fay Holden, Ann Rutherford co-star. “Love Finds Andy Hardy” (1938) as he tries to juggle the attentions of Judy Garland and Lana Turner. “The Hardys Ride High” (1939), particularly Aunt Milly (Sara Haden), when they inherit a large estate. “Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever” (1939) as he crushes on pretty new drama teacher Helen Gilbert. As the judge handles a divorce, the couple’s daughter (Donna Reed) is in for “The Courtship Of Andy Hardy” (1942). Andy takes the plunge for a debuting Esther Williams in “Andy Hardy’s Double Life” (1942). College freshman Andy goes for a double major–cute twins–in “Andy Hardy’s Blonde Trouble” (1944). The series regulars reunited to return to Carvel for “Andy Hardy Comes Home” (1958). Five-disc set also includes “Love Laughs At Andy Hardy.”
Six decades after the United States dispatched troops to Korea, soldiers remain in country even as the hostile division of the nation again threatens to explode into violence. Learn how the tensions between North and South Korea began, and how those conflicts led to American involvement in the 1950-53 war, with this series of documentaries that features vivid archival footage and penetrating analysis of how the heavy combat took its toll on succeeding generations.