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Saturday October 25, 2014

Savant's new reviews today are:

Chinese Puzzle

  Cédric Klapisch's third 'Xavier Rousseau' film takes our hero to New York -- but he's still deeply involved in the lives of several women -- two old lovers, an ex-wife and interesting other prospects. The mellowing of the character as he approaches forty suddenly involves juggling children and helping a childless couple conceive. Even if one is new to the series, what begins as a flashy story of trendy international folk soon develops into a romantic drama with a strong emotional draw. With Romain Duris, Audrey Tatou, Cécile De France, Kelly Reilly, Sandrine Holt, Li Jun Li, Linda Chan. In Blu-ray from The Cohen Collection.

Mulholland Falls

  It can't lose -- Nick Nolte, Chazz Palminteri, Michael Madsen and Chris Penn make a formidable team as the LAPD's anti-mob unit, the Hat Squad. Melanie Griffith is the loyal wife and Jennifer Connelly the 'spectacular' call girl. Plenty of gangland action then takes a left turn into an atomic conspiracy with a dying general and a murderous coverup. All the ingredients are first-rate, including director Lee Tamahori. So what happened? Why isn't the movie a classic? Savant has some notes on a longer rough cut once viewed at MGM. In Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.

La dolce vita

  We were all there: wading in the fountain with with Anita Ekberg occupies the same dream space as standing over the subway grating with Marilyn Monroe. Federico Fellini's giant 1960 art house hit exposes Roman decadence while suggesting that its hero Marcello Mastroianni is itching for moral and spiritual rebirth. It's dazzling filmmaking that still keeps its feet on level ground, unless we're talking about flying statues of Jesus. It's also the party that never ends on the Via Veneto -- and the source of the word 'paparazzi'. With a dazzling cast -- Anouk Aimée, Yvonne Furneaux, Magali Noël, Alain Cuny, Audrey McDonald, Adriana Moneta, Laura Betti, Nico, Jacques Sernas, Nadia Gray. In Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection.


The Incredible Melting Man
Region B Blu-ray + PAL DVD

  You Will Believe that a man can become a Human Puddle! A significant 1978 release that showed everywhere with heavy advertising -- this is perhaps the most impressive Meaningless Monster Amuck film ever. The muck angle gets a major workout, what with special makeup effects by Rick Baker that make an unlucky spaceman into the Scary Tallow Fellow, who Waxes Unenthusiastic. Kids hooted and jeered at the gore, making their own pizza-face jokes while the Melting Man's facial features sag lower and lower. Surprisingly entertaining, especially in this exceptionally good transfer. A Dual-Format edition in Region B Blu-ray and PAL DVD from Arrow Video (U.K.).

Hello! Today's Savant news is primarily about special screenings in Los Angeles.

From friend-of-DVD Savant David Strohmaier: In celebration of the Cinerama films Seven Wonders of the World and Search for Paradise, to be released by Flicker Alley on Blu ray this November 18th, Hollywood's Cinerama Dome will present next week a special advance screening of each restored film on the big curved screen.

Seven Wonders of the World: Saturday November 1 at 11:00 AM.  Seven Wonders of the World Trailer

Search for Paradise: Sunday November 2 at 11:00 AM ... (beware daylight savings time)  Search For Paradise Trailer

David adds for locals that a special 70mm screening of 2001: A Space Odyssey will be held that same Sunday afternoon.

The second screening series: On three successive November Friday nights DVD Savant mentor Arianné Ulmer Cipes will be on hand at the L.A. County Museum of Art to introduce six of Edgar G. Ulmer's best pictures. The film series is entitled Ulmer After Expressionism:

On November 7 it's a double bill of femmes fatale: Detour and The Strange Woman;
On November 14, think European art: People on Sunday and The Light Ahead (with Billy Wilder, Fred Zinnemann and Robert Siodmak;
On November 21 horror of the gothic and political kind: The Black Cat and Ruthless.

Thanks for reading -- ! Glenn Erickson

Tuesday October 21, 2014

Savant's new reviews today are:

Audrey Rose

  From Frank De Felitta's best selling novel, this Robert Wise picture is the most confoundingly prestigious/frustrating horror offering of the '70s, a dumber-than Pazuzu Exorcist follow-up that torments a little girl for two hours, for the apparent purpose of getting us to accept the Eastern religious concept of reincarnation. It's not a thriller, it's an infomercial. Fine acting by Marsha Mason and an exceptionally winning performance by Anthony Hopkins only convince this reviewer that all rationality has been revoked. The excellent transfer and encoding will definitely please fans of what I can't help but think is a profoundly ill-conceived movie. In Blu-ray from Twilight Time.

The Hunted

  (1948) Jack Bernhard's minor noir gives us a hardboiled romance clouded by mutual suspicions of betrayal. Preston Foster is the cop who busted his lady love for jewel theft, and the fetching Belita the ice skater who claims she was framed -- and also threatened to kill both Foster and her own attorney. It's a good movie that might have been better if Allied Artists' tiny budget hadn't pulled the ice rink out from under Steve Fisher's promising original screenplay. With a brief but effective acting contribution by Charles McGraw as (what else?) a gravel-voiced cop. In DVD-R from The Warner Archive Collection.


  Jules Dassin films the flip side of his pessimistic Rififi in this brightly colored comic caper comedy set in the exotic city of Istanbul. A gang of crooks trick the nervous Peter Ustinov into sneaking across the rooftops of the fabulous Topkapi Museum, there to snatch a priceless treasure for the greedy-but-inspired temptress Melina Mercouri. The former master of noir doom Dassin seems equally inspired; the amusing performances and the bouyant music of Manos Hadjidakis are guaranteed uppers. The marvelous Ustinov won a second Oscar; also with Robert Morley and terrific location cinematography. In Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.


Werewolf Woman

  La lupa mannara. Savant hasn't reviewed a slimy '70s Italo horror exploitation picture in quite a while, and Rino Di Silvestro's porn-inflected horror spectacle more than fits the bill. Haunted by a lycanthropic ancestor, Annik Borel commits savage werewolf-like acts of murder every eight minutes or so. The movie comes with a sort-of guarantee: to go all feral, she must first see a sex act in progress, be herelf sexually assaulted or 10,000 miles, whichever comes first. Borel is certainly game as she and the makeup man providing the gore go at throats with a passion. But the film's essential artistic ambition is to billboard as much salacious, sleazy nudity in every scene. Is this a slam or a recommendation? With Frederick Stafford, whom Alfred Hitchcock definitely did not advise on Topaz, "I think you need to make a werewolf-sex film someday." In Blu-ray from Rarovideo.


I'm sorry today to note the passing of Robert (Bob) Porfirio, one of the most interesting and talented colleagues from the UCLA Film School. Back then I knew him only in passing, as he was soon busy teaching American Studies at Cal State Fullerton.

With Carl Macek, Bob wrote one of the first serious studies of film noir, The Dark Age of American Film. I knew him best through his many entries in the most influential book in English on the subject, Film Noir, An Encyclopedic Reference to the American Style. Thumb through the book and you'll find that many of the most insightful analyses of individual films carry his initials, B.P.. This was in 1979, way before Film Noir became a household word, and before the advent of home video made it easier to track down old movies. At that early date Bob and his colleagues had already come to the conclusion, still widely accepted, that Noir was a style, not a genre. Bob's film writing is both precise and expressive. He had a knack for communicating intelligence, and could distill the essence of a film in just a couple of paragraphs.

Bob was also a rigorous academic well versed in the refinements of advanced film studies, and had been published in Sight and Sound and Continuum. A few years back I was able to meet him again through Marshall Crawford, a Savant contact who knew Bob much more closely. Bob conducted a successful second career in Real Estate and had a beautiful house in Oceanside; when we got together he was preparing to leave for France to spend more time with one of his daughters. A brilliant man, he was also friendly and generous.

In other news, Criterion's massive The Complete Jacques Tati box has arrived, and just as promised, it lists three versions of his first film Jour de fête, the movie filmed with an experimental color process that the inventor found wouldn't let him strike a viewing print. We'll get the original B&W version, a partly colorized 1964 version and the full-color 1995 release version, when digital tools allowed the original materials to finally be properly combined. At least, I think that's an accurate description of how the story went. I've heard from Savant readers about this for years, and now I'll be able to see it for myself.

In an even lighter mood, if you still like good 'Hijacked Hitler' spoof clips, I can recommend Brad Stevens' Hitler video about Paramount's Blu-ray release of Once Upon a Time in the West. It certainly reflects my experience with the world of Sergio Leone worship. I was starting to feel uncomfortable part-way through, when I thought der Führer might launch into a tirade about the extras on MGM's Leone special editions from ten years back. I guess Adolf and me are still on good terms.

Finally, a link to a strange bit of digital animation on the This Isn't Happiness page ... I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up! nbsp;The little video struck me as a metaphor for, well, lots of things. Whattaya want here, some kind of savant? My son, an advanced computer programmer, told me that digital 'crowd dynamics' scenes like this one are programmed and launched like probability equations. The little figures just do what they do until they come into contact with other items placed in the environment -- the programmer is playing God. He told me about seeing test shots for Lord of the Rings etc, where mis-programmed pixel-people walk around with arms and legs but missing their bodies, etc. Anyway, I was intrigued. It looks especially detailed on a large monitor.

Thanks for reading -- ! Glenn Erickson

  (They Came from Within)   David Cronenberg's first commercial feature is barely more than a softcore porn film, but in conception and execution it's a little masterpiece. All of Cronenberg's main horror themes are here, in an "Invasion of the Body Snatchers"- like tale that makes perfect biological sense. Barbara Steele has an enticing and revealing supporting role. The extras are excellent -- a key reason to consider accessing foreign-produced Blu-rays. A Dual-Format edition in Region B Blu-ray and PAL DVD from Arrow Video UK.

  Billy Wilder's last good movie is an intense, curious critique of Hollywood, a round-up of previous Wilder situations and a strange thriller that stops midway to explain itself through extended flashbacks. It's all to tell the story of a retired legend, a sort of malign Greta Garbo who goes too far to maintain her glorious image. With a terrific cast -- William Holden, Marthe Keller, Hildegard Knef, José Ferrer, Frances Sternhagen and (ulp) Stephen Collins. It's a new restoration of what was once a difficult-to-see title. In Blu-ray from Olive Films.

Yankee Doodle Dandy
  THE most successful all-time patriotic crowdpleaser tells the happy story of George M. Cohan, the toast of Broadway who wrote both songs and plays and performed as well. If he wasn't a legend already, star James Cagney seals the deal in some of the most energy-charged dance scenes ever. The delightful Joan Leslie takes second billing with Walter Huston and Rosemary DeCamp not far behind. With a ton of "Warner Night at the Movies" extras, including impressive newsreels and a frightening WW2 morale propaganda movie that pushes the edge of the format. In Blu-ray (even the cartoon extras) from The Warner Archive Collection.

 (Merci pour le chocolat)   Claude Chabrol rolls out a cultivated mystery about domestic murder -- or the threat of same. Isabel Huppert leads an attractive cast in this low-key tale about a wealthy Swiss family, a famous pianist and his new pupil, babies switched at birth and a quiet, undetected psychopathic killer. Great music from the director's son is here, along with the Chabrol mark of even-handed calm from which dastardly crimes always seems to emerge. And since this is Switzerland, don't forget to drink your chocolate. In Blu-ray from The Cohen Collecion.

True Confessions
  An impressive pairing of actors Robert DeNiro and Robert Duvall elevates this drama of corruption in late- '40s Los Angeles to an unheralded classic. Ulu Grosbard's strong direction highlights a script about brothers dealing with a scandal so big, there's no way to do the right thing without doing terrible harm as well. The supporting cast is magnificent: Charles Durning, Rose Gregorio, Kenneth McMillan, Ed Flanders, Cyril Cusack, Burgess Meredith. It isn't neo-noir, it's period noir of the best kind, inspired by the famous Black Dahlia case. In Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.

Dragonfly Squadron
  This unique disc is the premiere of a 1953 3-D movie that was never publicly exhibited in stereo until a recent restoration by the 3-D Film Archive. John Hodiak is commanding a Korean fighter plane field when hostilities break out, and the North Koreans' Russian tanks are on the way. Barbara Britton is the doctor's wife he's fallen in love with, while other parts are filled by Gerald Mohr, Chuck Connors and Adam Williams. The vintage 3-D has been well restored for this modest but entertaining Cold War pot-boiler. Who's the Commie spy sabotaging the planes? In Blu-ray + 3-D from Olive Films.

Steven Spielberg Director's Collection
  Universal offers new Blu-rays of several Spielberg titles in conjunction with a couple of shows that fans have most likely already bought -- it's like the Alfred Hitchcock Collections, all over again! But the image and sound quality of what's offered is top-rank. Jaws, E.T., Jurassic Park and The Lost World; Jurassic Park 2 are back, but the Blus of Duel and Sugarland Express are new, and the disc of 1941 includes the theatrical cut and the extended (by almost half an hour) preview version, both beautifully restored picture and sound. It's a pricey, tempting package! Blu-ray from Universal Home Entertainment.

The Blob
  Chuck Russell and Frank Darabont had a hit with this remake of the 1958 creep 'n' leap classic. No Steve McQueen this time but the same exact story with the addition of a government conspiracy, a willingness to kill off all the interesting characters, and a surfeit of gory blob attacks. The victims melting and dissolving really look inconvenienced. Twilight Time includes plenty of extras on this '80s favorite that's bound to be an early sell-out, even with the company's thoughtful new policies that discourage scalpers. In Blu-ray from Twilight Time.

October 2014
 My Darling Clementine  Blu-ray  Drum Beat  Billion Dollar Brain  Blu-ray  Run Silent, Run Deep  Blu-ray  The Last of the Unjust  Blu-ray  Edge of Tomorrow: Live. Die. Repeat.  Blu-ray  Iguana  Blu-ray  The Lieutenant Wore Skirts  Arrowsmith  Bloody Mama  Blu-ray  La Bamba  Blu-ray
September 2014
 Chef  Blu-ray  The Vincent Price Collection II: House on Haunted Hill, Return of the Fly, The Raven, The Comedy of Terrors, The Last Man on Earth, Tomb of Ligeia, Dr. Phibes Rises Again  Blu-ray  The Universal Classic Monsters collection: Dracula, DrĂ¡cula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, The Invisible Man, The Bride of Frankenstein, Werewolf of London, Dracula's Daughter, Son of Frankenstein, The Invisible Man Returns, The Invisible Woman, The Mummy's Hand, The Wolf Man, The Ghost of Frankenstein, The Mummy's Ghost, The Mummy's Tomb, Invisible Agent, Phantom of the Opera, Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man, Son of Dracula, House of Frankenstein, The Mummy's Curse, The Invisible Man's Revenge, House of Dracula, She-Wolf of London, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy, Revenge of the Creature, The Creature Walks Among Us  DVD  Che!  Blu-ray  The White Tower  The Young Savages  Blu-ray  Night of the Comet  Region B U.K. Blu-ray  To Be and To Have  The Moonshine War  The Killer Elite  Blu-ray +  Noon Wine  Blu-ray  Brute Force  Region B U.K. Blu-ray  The 'Burbs  Region B (UK) Blu-ray  The Dogs of War  Blu-ray  The Innocents  Blu-ray  Hangmen Also Die!  Blu-ray  Roman Polanski's Macbeth  Blu-ray  Across 110th Street  Blu-ray  Black Sunday  Blu-ray CANCELLED  Black Sabbath  Blu-ray CANCELLED  Ghostbusters  Blu-ray  Ghostbusters II  Blu-ray  Eraserhead  Blu-ray  The Buddy Holly Story  Blu-ray  The Death Kiss  Blu-ray  The Big Operator  Blu-ray  The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden  The Great Race  Blu-ray  Distant Drums  Blu-ray  God's Pocket  Blu-ray  Queen Margot  Blu-ray  Seizure  Blu-ray  The Secret of Santa Vittoria  Blu-ray  Captain America: The Winter Soldier  Blu-ray  Juggernaut  Blu-ray  Vengeance is Mine  Blu-ray  What's New Pussycat  Blu-ray  Follow that Dream  Blu-ray
August 2014
 Man Hunt  Blu-ray  High School Confidential!  Blu-ray  Out of the Clear Blue Sky  7 Faces of Dr. Lao  On the Beach  Blu-ray  Testament  Arch of Triumph  Blu-ray   Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!  Blu-ray  Call Her Savage  Pickpocket  Blu-ray  Out of the Past  Blu-ray  The Unforgiven  Blu-ray  Wildcat Bus  The Essential Jacques Demy: Lola, Bay of Angels, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, The Young Girls of Rochefort, Donkey Skin and Une chambre en ville  Blu-ray  Bankers of God: The Calvi Affair  Blu-ray  Marty  Blu-ray  Performance  Blu-ray  Scanners  Blu-ray
July 2014
 Werner Herzog, The Collection: Even Dwarfs Started Small, The Land of Silence and Darkness, Fata Morgana, Aguirre the Wrath of God, The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser, Heart of Glass, Strozek, Woyzeck, Nosferatu the Vampyre, Fitzcarraldo, Ballad of the Little Soldier, Where the Green Ants Dream, Cobra Verde, Lessons of Darkness, Little Dieter Needs to Fly, My Best Fiend  Blu-ray  Savant Article: Military Boomer Movie Confessions  Dark Crimes Volume Two: Ministry of Fear, You and Me, Undertow, Hollywood Story  Paris Blues  Blu-ray  Born Yesterday  Blu-ray  Witness for the Prosecution  Blu-ray  Hearts and Minds  Blu-ray  Violent Saturday  Blu-ray  The North Star + Armored Attack!  Blu-ray  The Scalphunters  Blu-ray  The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes  Blu-ray  Caught  Blu-ray  Picnic at Hanging Rock  Blu-ray  Woman's World  The Lost Moment  Blu-ray  I Vinti (The Vanquished)  Blu-ray  The Time Machine  Blu-ray  A Hard Day's Night  Blu-ray
June 2014
 Operation Petticoat  Blu-ray  Judex  Blu-ray + DVD  Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid  Blu-ray  L'eclisse  Blu-ray  World on a Wire  Blu-ray  Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison  Blu-ray  All that Heaven Allows  Blu-ray  What Price Hollywood?  Crack-Up  The Train  Blu-ray  The Great Flood  The Man from Laramie  Blu-ray  Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq  Kismet  Blu-ray  The Max Linder Slapstick Symposium Collection  Home of the Brave  Blu-ray  Sullivan's Travels  Region B Blu-ray  Video Nasties: The Definitive Guide  The Nutty Professor 50th Anniversary  Blu-ray  Weekend of a Champion  Bible Quiz
May 2014
 Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?  Prime Cut  Blu-ray  Here Comes the Navy  Red River  Blu-ray  Fate is the Hunter  Blu-ray  Warner World War II Collection: The Big Red One, Where Eagles Dare, The Dirty Dozen, George Stevens D-Day to Berlin (DVD), Memphis Belle, Battle of the Bulge, Defiance  Blu-ray  Two Rode Together  Blu-ray  Johnny Come Lately  Blu-ray  The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou  Blu-ray  The Rodgers & Hammerstein Collection: South Pacific, The Sound of Music, State Fair, The King and I, Carousel, Liliom, Oklahoma!  Blu-ray  Monte Walsh  Blu-ray  Overlord  Blu-ray  Flying Tigers  Blu-ray  Il sorpasso  Blu-ray  The Flying Dutchman  Thunderbirds are GO! &  Thunderbird 6  Blu-ray  Wild at Heart  Blu-ray  Memphis Belle  Blu-ray  Ace in the Hole  Blu-ray + DVD  Midnight Lace  White Zombie  Blu-ray + DVD  A Brief History of Time  Blu-ray  Forever Amber  Sorcerer  Blu-ray  Backlash  All-Region Blu-ray  Nosferatu the Vampyre  Blu-ray  The Wind and the Lion  Blu-ray  The Inspector Lavardin Collection  Blu-ray  Show Boat  Professor Mamlock  Dante's Inferno  The Trials of Muhammad Ali
April 2014
 All the King's Men  Blu-ray  The Revengers  Blu-ray  Young at Heart  Blu-ray  The Freshman  Blu-ray + DVD  Get Carter  Blu-ray  King of the Hill  Blu-ray + DVD  Man Without a Star  All-Region Blu-ray  Broadway Danny Rose  Blu-ray  Disco & Atomic War  The Pawnbroker  Blu-ray  Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation  Blu-ray  Touch of Evil  Blu-ray  Used Cars  Blu-ray  Villain  Double Indemnity  Blu-ray  Wonderwall  Blu-ray  Let the Fire Burn  Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia  Blu-ray  The People versus Paul Crump  Men in War  Blu-ray   Columbia Pictures Film Noir Classics IV: So Dark The Night, Johnny O'Clock, Walk A Crooked Mile, Between Midnight And Dawn, Walk East On Beacon!  Stranger on the Prowl  Blu-ray  Providence  Region 2 DVD  King Kong vs Godzilla  Blu-ray  The Hidden Fortress  Blu-ray + DVD  Riot in Cell Block 11  Blu-ray  The Bamboo Saucer  Blu-ray  Hatari!  Blu-ray
March 2014
 The Killers (1964) Region B Blu-ray  The Eddy Duchin Story  Blu-ray  The Last Days of Sodom and Gomorrah  Cry Danger  Blu-ray  The Front  Blu-ray  The Swimmer  Blu-ray + DVD  Gunfight at the O.K. Corral  Blu-ray  Free and Easy + Estrellados  Roadblock  The Hunchback of Notre Dame  Blu-ray  Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom  Blu-ray  American Hustle  Blu-ray  The Americanization of Emily  Blu-ray  Thief  Blu-ray  Dead Kids Strange Behavior  Blu-ray  Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me Theatrical Review  The Nuisance  Invitation  5 Fingers  ...Et mourir de plaisir (...und vor Lust zu Sterben, Blood and Roses)  Region 2 DVD  Crimes and Misdemeanors  Blu-ray  Tess  Blu-ray + DVD  The Blue Max  Blu-ray  Foreign Correspondent  Blu-ray + DVD  Margin for Error  Jupiter's Darling
February 2014
 Thunderbolt and Lightfoot  Blu-ray  Thirst  Blu-ray  Du Rififi chez les hommes  Blu-ray + DVD  Heart of Darkness   Come Back, Africa - The Films of Lionel Rogosin, Volume 2  Blu-ray  Gravity  Blu-ray  Khartoum  Blu-ray  Savant Q&A Interview: Greg Kintz of The 3-D Film Archive on Man in the Dark  Dusty and Sweets McGee  Thor: The Dark World  Blu-ray  It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World  Blu-ray + DVD  This Woman is Dangerous  The Vincent Price Collection: The Fall of the House of Usher, Pit and the Pendulum, The Haunted Palace, The Masque of the Red Death, Witchfinder General, The Abominable Dr. Phibes  Blu-ray  Million Dollar Baby  Blu-ray  Zulu  Blu-ray  Trans-Europ-Express  Blu-ray
January 2014
 Grey Gardens  Blu-ray  The Lady from Shanghai  Blu-ray  Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)  Blu-ray  Fearless  Blu-ray  Taxi  The Killing Fields  Blu-ray  Throne of Blood  Blu-ray + DVD  Martin Scorsese's World Cinema Project: Touki-Bouki, Redes, A River Called Titas, Dry Summer, Trances, The Housemaid  Blu-ray + DVD  Man in the Dark 3D  Blu-ray + 3-D  I Cannibali  Blu-ray  The Jerry Warren Collection Volume 1: Man Beast, Curse of the Stone Hand, The Wild World of Batwoman  Captain Phillips  Blu-ray  Royal Flash  Blu-ray  Young America  More Than Honey  Blu-ray  Sabata  Blu-ray + Region 2 DVD  Vivacious Lady  Many Wars Ago (Uomini contro)  Blu-ray  Corruption  Blu-ray  Lee Daniels' The Butler  Blu-ray  The Beast of Hollow Mountain  Blu-ray  The Neanderthal Man  Blu-ray  The Big Gundown Region A  Blu-ray  Stella Dallas

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