Monday, March 21, 2016

ZORRO COMPLETE SERIES GUY WILLIAMS DVD


Zorro is an American action-adventure western drama series produced by Walt Disney Productions. Based on the well-known Zorro character created by Johnston McCulley, the series premiered on October 10, 1957 on ABC. The final network broadcast was July 2, 1959. Seventy-eight episodes were produced, and 4 hour-long specials were aired on the Walt Disney anthology series between October 30, 1960 and April 2, 1961.

Sunday, March 6, 2016

BAT MASTERSON (1958-1961) COMPLETE SERIES ON 9 DVD'S 108 Complete Episodes (in original broadcast order)

BAT MASTERSON  (1958-1961)
COMPLETE SERIES ON 9 DVD'S
108 Complete Episodes (in original broadcast order) 



  
Bat Masterson carried a gold topped cane, wore a derby, and clothes that were more suited for an eastern city than in Tombstone, Arizona. He was a professional gambler, a scout, an Indian fighter and a lawman. He used his cane and his 'wits' before resorting to his gun.
The series is based upon the legend created by the real William Bartley "Bat" Masterson.   Starring Gene Barry!  Complete series on DVD, 108 episodes in original broadcast order!


FATHER KNOWS BEST TWO 1977 TV REUNION FILMS FATHER KNOWS BEST REUNION & FATHER KNOWS BEST: HOME FOR CHRISTMAS DVD



FATHER KNOWS BEST

TWO 1977 TV REUNION FILMS

FATHER KNOWS BEST REUNION & FATHER KNOWS BEST: HOME FOR CHRISTMAS DVD


Father Knows Best Reunion (1977) was one of the most beloved situation comedies of the 1950s. Happily, all the cast members of the original FKB were still around to show up in this TV-movie reunion. On the occasion of the 35th anniversary of Jim and Margaret Anderson (Robert Young and Jane Wyatt), the Anderson kids interrupt their busy adult schedules to attend the festivities. To bring you up to date, Betty (Elinor Donahue), aka "Princess," is now a widowed mother; Kathy (Laurin Chapin), better known as "Kitten," is a single woman dating an older man; and Bud (Billy Gray) is a motorcycle racer. Intended as the pilot for a new series, Father Knows Best posted good ratings when it was first telecast May 15, 1977, but sponsor and network interest were not forthcoming.



Father Knows Best: Home for Christmas (1977) was the second of three TV pilot films for a proposed (and abandoned) revival of the 1950s sitcom classic Father Knows Best. Robert Young, Jane Wyatt, Elinor Donahue, Billy Gray and Laurin Chapin reprise their old TV roles as the Anderson family. Jim and Margaret Anderson (Young and Wyatt), facing the prospect of celebrating Christmas alone, are further depressed by the possibility of having to sell their home. Their children Betty, Bud and Kathy (Donahue, Gray and Chapin), now grown and pursuing their own lives, drop what they're doing to rally around their parents. Father Knows Best: Home for Christmas was slightly more realistic than its 1950s inspiration, but Sentiment wins out over Truth once more.

FATHER KNOWS BEST 2 REUNION FILMS $14.99

THE MILLIONAIRE 1950'S TV Series on DVD

The Millionaire, a television drama anthology series ( January 19, 1955—September 28, 1960), explored the ways unexpected wealth changed life for better or for worse. The show became a five-season hit thanks in large part to a twist that also made it a bit of a cult classic in the years that followed its life in the so-called "Golden Era" of U.S. television. The show centered around the stories of unknown people who were given, seemingly out of nowhere, one million dollars from a benefactor who insisted they never know him.  
He was John Beresford Tipton, sketched as a semi-retired industrialist and shown obscured by one of his high-backed leather chairs, viewers seeing only his right arm as he reached for a cashier's check for one million dollars, each week, and handed it to his executive secretary, a mild-mannered, good-humored, but no-nonsense man named Michael Anthony. It was Anthony's job to travel and deliver that check to its intended recipient, staying only long enough to present the gift and then, customarily, leaving the recipient's life forever.



Sunday, April 14, 2013

SKARY RELIGIOUS FILMS VOLUME 1 DVD

 
SKARY RELIGIOUS FILMS
VOLUME 1
DVD
 
Incredibly BIZZARE collection of four (4) religious brainwash film shorts from the 1970's. They combine everything that is wrong about the teaching of morals to the community, yet they are inspiringly humorous as they are depressing as HELL!
 
 
 
Cipher In The Snow, 24 minutes, tells the story of a young boy who is
reduced to a total ZERO by his abusive stepfather, teachers, classmates,
etc. He is so ignored that he just DIES one day getting off the bus.
Teachers, parents and everyone else in turn start blaming themselves for
the poor boy's demise. Included is a real emotional scene where the boy is
beat up by some classmates who don't want him to help them with their
snowman. The boy then waits until they all leave and creates a sad face
for the snowman with COINS and a piece of SPEARMINT GUM. Truly a priceless
moment in cinema!
 
 
 
The Trophy Case, 25 minutes, tells the story of a 70's teenager (looks a
lot like Shaun Cassidy, no bargain there!) and his struggles with his rich
father. Some kind of morals are taught herein, as the father insists the
boy be more like himself....also included is some classic depression
soundtrack (like a bad Paul Williams scored film) and some cool drug abuse
scenes and an attempted 7-11 robbery. Campy, yet chic!
 
 
 
The Drop Card, 15 minutes, tells the story of a young Italian girl who
moves away from home to college. This coming of age tripe gets extremely
goofy when the whole theme focuses on her attempt to get her SPEECH 101
class dropped from her schedule. Her professor (who looks a lot like a
sexual predator) refuses to sign her Drop Card and harasses her to no end.
Has a nice entertaining ending that involves PIZZA DOUGH. Love this one
and it's depressing college life and true BELIEVE IN YOURSELF mantra....
 
 
 
 
IN ONE BLINDING MOMENT, 17 minutes, tells the story of a young boy on his
way to SHOW AND TELL at school. Along the way comes a speeding delinquent
teenager (got to love those JD's!) who runs over the boy at incredibly
high speed. Film focuses on the dead boy's parents hatred against the boy
who killed their son. They even verbally assault the kid on the way into
court! They then miraculously have a change of heart overnite and decide
to invite the boy who killed their son into their home and bake him a
homemade cake! A TRUE CLASSIC.....you'll need two boxes of tissues for
this one....either to wipe your tears or to catch your phlegm from
laughing so hard!

CLICK HERE TO ORDER $14.99 ON DVD TODAY!
 

Sunday, January 20, 2013

TOPPER

1953-1955

ORIGINAL SERIES - 54 EPISODES

6 DVD SET




Topper is the tale of a bank executive, Cosmo Topper, who moves into a new home only recently vacated by its charming tenants, who have died in a skiing accident. They are now ghosts, and reveal themselves to Topper now and again to make and mar his fortunes.

A witty and sophisticated comedy, adapted for television from the film series.



TOPPER
$24.99

CLICK HERE TO ORDER

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Circus Boy Complete Series on Dvd

Circus Boy

Complete 1956 - 1958 T.V. Series

49 Episodes on 10 DVD's

Circus Boy was a primetime series that ran from 1956-1958 and starred

future Monkee "Mickey Dolenz" as Corky. After his parents "The Flying Falcons" are

killed in a tragic high wire accident, young Corky is adopted by his Uncle, Joy the Clown

and his whole circus family. Young Corky finds his place as water boy to "Bimbo" the elephant.

Corky rode his baby elephant Bimbo, dealt with his adolescent problems, and helped the adults

with the circus as the show moved from town to town each week.







Circus Boy Complete Series on Dvd

$49.99 @ skaryguyvideo.com click here!