Deanna Durbin

Deanna Durbin, the highest paid actress of the 1940’s. She walked away from Hollywood at age 27, leaving behind a film legacy of classic musicals including the 1936 musical Three Smart Girls.

Deanna Durbin Classics and “Zack Synder’s Justice League” Highlight New Releases

Can't Help Singing

From classic Hollywood to comic books, there are new releases for every taste making their physical media debuts this week. Take a look at the terrific new Blu-ray, DVD and 4K Ultra HD titles that are now available! Can’t Help…

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“Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory,” Mae West Classics and Other New Releases!

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

This week’s new releases include everything from a 50th anniversary edition of a timeless family favorite to Mae West masterpieces, recent theatrical offerings, TV favorites, Hollywood favorites featuring iconic stars, and so much more! Let’s welcome in July with these…

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“The Hunt,” “Doctor Who” and Other Unmissable New Releases!

The Hunt

From a misunderstood satire inspired by The Most Dangerous Game to a season of Doctor Who that changed everything to releases from the Warner Archives and beyond, June rolls on with another incredible batch of new Blu-ray and DVD releases….

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Henry Stephenson: A Lovable Old Gent

What would classics such as Gone with the Wind be without the likes of Thomas Mitchell or Hattie McDaniel? What would It’s a Wonderful Life be like without character actors Beulah Bondi, Henry Travers, Lionel Barrymore, or Samuel S. Hinds?…

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