Great Releases from Olive Films Are Available at $10 Each!

For a limited time, the following titles from Olive Films are available for just $10! You’ll love these undisputed film classics at a popular price point! Take a look at some of the titles spanning from the 1930s to the 2000s included in these savings.

Johnny Guitar (1954)

Tough dancehall girl Vienna (Joan Crawford) opens a gaming hall on the outskirts of an Arizona town whose residents─led by a rancher (Mercedes McCambridge) who blames Vienna’s outlaw lover (Scott Brady) for her brother’s death─try to shut her down. Into this frontier feud rides Johnny Guitar (Sterling Hayden), a mysterious wanderer from Vienna’s past. Director Nicholas Ray’s cult western co-stars Ward Bond, Ernest Borgnine, John Carradine.

Santa Fe Stampede (1938)

A prospector finds gold and invites his old pals the Three Mesquiteers (John Wayne, Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune) to share in his good fortune. When the trio arrives, though, their friend is found dead and Wayne is framed for murder (again)! William Farnum, June Martel co-star.

The Quiet Man (1952)

Director John Ford’s Oscar-winning rouser stars John Wayne as Irish-born, American-raised ex-boxer Sean Thornton. Returning to Ireland to claim his family’s estate, Sean falls for and weds feisty village beauty Mary Kate Danaher (Maureen O’Hara). But after he’s branded a coward for refusing to fight her ruffian brother Red (Victor McLaglen) for her dowry, Sean finally relents and takes on Red in a classic screen brawl. With Barry Fitzgerald, Mildred Natwick, Ward Bond.

Birdman of Alcatraz (1962)

Burt Lancaster offers up a bravura effort in this highly fictionalized biographical portrait of Robert Stroud, the hardcase federal inmate who, in 1920, took up bird care as a hobby in Leavenworth (despite the title) and spent a life sentence in prison becoming a self-taught–and eminent–ornithologist. Remarkable study co-stars Karl Malden, Thelma Ritter, Betty Field, Telly Savalas, Edmond O’Brien; John Frankenheimer directs.

Foxy Brown (1974)

When her undercover cop lover is killed by the mob, Foxy Brown (Pam Grier) doesn’t just get angry. Posing as a call girl to infiltrate the killers’ escort agency, she vows to bring down their operations from within…and when her cover’s blown, she lines up a posse of radicals for a bloody showdown. Blaxploitation favorite co-stars Antonio Fargas, Peter Brown, Kathryn Loder, Terry Carter; Jack Hill directs.

Flying Tigers (1942)

The heroic true exploits of the Flying Tigers─the American Volunteer Group of pilots who flew against Japanese forces for China in the days before Pearl Harbor─inspired this patriotic drama that was star John Wayne’s first entry in the war genre. The exciting dogfight scenes are a highlight; with Paul Kelly, John Carroll, Anna Lee.

King: The Martin Luther King Jr. Story (1978)

During one of the most turbulent times in American history, one man stood out as a leader for brotherhood and non-violence. Paul Winfield delivers a dynamic central performance in this acclaimed TV miniseries depicting the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., from his first peaceful protests against segregation to his tragic assassination. Powerful ensemble includes Cicely Tyson, Ossie Davis, Howard E. Rollins, Jr., Roscoe Lee Browne, Dolph Sweet.

The Running Man (1987)

The Running Man” is the top-rated TV show in the future, where condemned criminals fight for survival. Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as a military pilot, wrongly accused of the massacre of innocent civilians, who finds himself its latest contestant. Can he defeat a series of bizarre adversaries, clear his name, and take down the show’s smarmy emcee (Richard Dawson)? With Maria Conchita Alonso, Jesse Ventura, and Yaphet Kotto; based on a story by Stephen King.

Bound (1996)

Intense, erotic crime thriller with Gina Gershon as Corky, an ex-con who, after having a sexual liaison with neighbor Violet (Jennifer Tilly), joins forces with her to dupe gangster boyfriend Caesar (Joe Pantoliano) out of $2 million in laundered loot. Stylish, sizzling suspenser from the Wachowski Siblings features titillating sex scenes and plenty of plot twists. Co-stars Christopher Meloni.

Return to Me (2000)

It’s love at first sight when Chicago architect David Duchovny, whose wife died in an auto accident, meets waitress Minnie Driver in her family’s Irish-Italian restaurant. What neither realizes is that Driver received Duchovny’s wife’s heart in a transplant operation, and the news threatens their blossoming romance. Director/co-writer/co-star Bonnie Hunt’s winsome comedy also features Carroll O’Connor, Robert Loggia, James Belushi.

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