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THE ACTRESS
Spencer Tracy, Jean Simmons, Teresa Wright. From the great Hollywood director George Cukor comes this screen adaptation of Ruth Gordon's autobiographical play "Years Ago," on video for the first time. It's the story of a seventeen-year-old girl who yearns to be an actress against her father's wishes. (1953) (90min)
ADA
Susan Hayward, Dean Martin, Ralph Meeker. In this classic tale of Depression-era corruption and power in the South, a good old country boy is plucked out of obscurity by a crooked party boss and elected governor but soon discovers that he's only a puppet. (1961) (108min)
ADAM HAD FOUR SONS (B&W)
Ingrid Bergman, Warner Baxter. A stirring family saga about a man who hires a governess to raise his four young boys after his wife dies. The magnificent cast also includes Fay Wray, Susan Hayward and June Lockhart. (1941) (81 min.)
ADAM'S RIB (B&W)
Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Tom Ewell, Judy Holliday. One of the screen's great classics. The team of Tracy and Hepburn play husband and wife lawyers on opposite sides of the same case. George Cukor directed this extremely witty and clever film that is arguably the best by the great screen duo. (1949) (101 min.)
ADMIRABLE CRICHTON
KENNETH MORE,DIANE CILENTO, CECIL PARKER. A SERVANT IS STRANDED WITH HIS ARISTOCRATIC EMPOLYERS ON A REMOTE ISLAND (1957) (94min)
ADVENTURE
Clark Gable, Greer Garson, Joan Blondell. Librarian Garson meets and marries roustabout merchant mariner Gable on shore leave. (1945) (125 min.)
ADVENTURE IN SAHARA
C. Henry Gordon, Paul Kelly, Lorna Gray . From the new Samuel Fuller collection comes this gripping thriller based upon one of his stories. It's set in a French Foreign Legion outpost where the sadistic captain is about to be cast out by his men. (1938) (56min)
ADVISE AND CONSENT
Henry Fonda, Charles Laughton, Don Murray. When the President makes an unpopular choice for the new Secretary of State, the wheels of political intrigue begin to turn. This leads to blackmail, scandal and more in this exciting drama. (1962) (139 min.)
THE ADVENTURES OF DON JUAN
Errol Flynn, Vivica Lindfors, Robert Douglas, Alan Hale. After being disgraced in England, Don Juan returns home to Spain and tries to win the hand of the Queen in this swashbuckling, action-packed film. Winner of an Oscar for Best Costume Design. Look for Raymond Burr in an early screen role. (1949) (111 min.)
THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN
Mickey Rooney, William Frawley. One of the earliest and best versions of Mark Twain's journey through 19th-century American society with a boy and a man on a raft. (1939) (89 min.)
THE ADVENTURES OF MARCO POLO
Gary Cooper, Sigrid Gurie, Basil Rathbone, George Barbier. A lavish production of the famous explorer's life with Cooper in the lead and Rathbone as the villain. Watch for Lana Turner ... she's one of the handmaidens! (1938) (100 min.)
THE ADVENTURES OF MARK TWAIN
Fredric March, Alexis Smith, Donald Crisp, Alan Hale. The classic story about the life and times of the great writer and humorist. An outstanding performance by Fredric March that portrays the man behind the myth. (1944) (130 min.)