These Imported DVDs and Blu-rays Bring You Titles From Across the Globe!

Imported DVDs and Blu-rays

When it comes to being a film fan these days, the world of cinema is at your fingertips. Literally. Thanks to our assortment of imported titles, we’ve got hard-to-find, region-free (meaning they can play on any DVD/Blu-ray player) from around the globe available right here. Spanning from the dawn of movie-making to the present day, these titles, which often feature engaging special features, will thrill and enchant you!

Here’s just a brief assortment of imported titles currently available:

The War of the Worlds (1953)

H.G. Wells’ timeless tale of a Martian invasion of Earth is vividly brought to the screen in this classic film from producer George Pal. Armed with highly advanced technology that includes flying war machines, force fields, and death rays, the Martians are more than a match for humanity. Is there anything on Earth able to defeat the evil alien attackers? Gene Barry, Ann Robinson, Les Tremayne star.

The Five Pennies (1959)

Danny Kaye stars as jazz great Red Nichols in this biopic that chronicles the stormy life of the ’20s cornet wizard, from his small-town upbringing to his move to New York through his domestic problems and musical triumphs. Barbara Bel Geddes co-stars as Red’s long-suffering wife, and a debuting Tuesday Weld is his polio-stricken daughter. With Louis Armstrong, Bob Crosby, Harry Guardino; tunes include “Good Night, Sleep Tight,” “The Music Goes Round and Round,” “The Battle Hymn of the Republic.”

Jason and the Argonauts (1963)

The Greek mythological tale of Jason and the gods who oversee him is turned into an epic screen fantasy that is arguably special-effects wizard Ray Harryhausen’s finest hour. After he is denied his rightful place on the throne of Thessaly, Jason (Todd Armstrong) battles all manner of enemies–including harpies, the giant statue of Talos come to life, the seven-headed hydra, and an unstoppable army of skeleton warriors–to obtain the prized Golden Fleece. Honor Blackman, Nancy Kovack, Niall MacGinnis co-star; directed by Don Chaffey (“One Million Years B.C.”).

To Sir, With Love (1967)

Sentimental heart-tugger stars Sidney Poitier as a first-year teacher at a rundown East End London secondary school who bucks the traditional educational system, allowing his unruly students to learn through experience and acquire a sense of responsibility. Surprise box-office hit version of E. R. Braithwaite’s 1959 autobiographical novel co-stars Judy Geeson, Christian Roberts, Suzy Kendall, and Lulu (who sings the title tune); written, produced, and directed by James Clavell.

ABBA: The Movie (1977)

Ever wonder what life on tour was like for ABBA? Find out in this lighthearted musical/concert film mix, as a Sydney DJ pursues the Swedish pop foursome across Australia in hopes of landing an exclusive interview. Along the way Anni-Frid, Benny, Björn, and Agnetha perform “S.O.S.,” “Waterloo,” “Mamma Mia,” “The Name of the Game,” “Dancing Queen,” and other ’70s standards. Directed by Lasse Hallström (“My Life as a Dog”).


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