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THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD
Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Basil Rathbone. One of the most wonderfully entertaining movies ever made, this all-time classic is about Robin and his merry men of Sherwood Forest who rob from the rich to give to the poor. Prince John, the Sheriff of Nottingham and Little John come to life. CC. (1938) (105 min.)
THE ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
Basil Rathbone, Ida Lupino, Nigel Bruce. Professor Moriarty is trying for the theft of the century - the Crown Jewels! Can Holmes discover his plan in time to stop him? CC. (1939) (83 min.)
AFFAIR IN TRINIDAD
Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford, Alexander Scourby. Rita plays a dancer at a cafe owned by her husband in Trinidad. When he's murdered by an international spy, her brother-in-law helps her try to track down the killer. (1952) (98 min.)
AFFAIRS OF ANATOL
Wallace Reid, Gloria Swanson. Cecil B Demille directs this tale of a man whose misfortunes with various women lead him back to his estranged wife. (1921) (117min)
AFTER THE THIN MAN
William Powell, Myrna Loy, James Stewart. One of Nora's relatives is a killer, but who is it? A timeless mystery classic with Nick and Nora Charles and their faithful dog Asta. (1936) (113 min.)
AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER
Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr, Richard Denning. You bet it's an affair to remember, especially when Mr. Smooth is involved. Cary is engaged to the heiress of a fortune, but while cruising to New York on a luxury liner, he falls for Deborah. Will he be able to give up his playboy lifestyle? CC. (1957) (115 min.)
THE AFFAIRS OF DOBIE GILLIS
Debbie Reynolds, Bobby Van, Hans Conreid. The musical romance that sparked the creation of that lovable character Dobie Gillis. Filled with big-band tunes, and the great song and dance numbers of the era. (1953) (74 min.)
THE AFRICAN QUEEN
Humphrey Bogart, Katharine Hepburn, Robert Morley. John Huston's magnificent film about a spinster and a drunkard battling their way down the Congo during WWI, fighting the Germans and each other. Bogie won an Oscar and Kate is just wonderful. Adapted by James Agee from C.S. Forester's novel. (1951) (105 min.)
AGES OF MAN
John Gielgud. This Emmy-winng one-man performance was originally broadcast on CBS in 1966. It features a selection of Shakespearean soliloquies and sonnets that explore the journey of life from birth to death. (1966) (104min)
THE AGATHA CHRISTIE HOUR Set 1
Maurice Denham, Nicholas Clay, John Nettles. From the BBC comes this compilation of mysteries involving lesser-known Christie heroes and heroines who solve crimes of the heart as well as puzzling cases of larceny and murder. The titles include: "√Źn a Glass Darkly,""The Girl in the Train,""The Case of the Middle-Aged Wife," and "The Fourth Man." (1982) (257min)
AH, WILDERNESS
Wallace Beery, Lionel Barrymore, Aline MacMahon, Eric Linden. A movie adaptation of the celebrated stage comedy by Eugene O'Neill which chronicles life in a small New England town. (1935) (98 min.)
AL CAPONE (B&W)
Rod Steiger, Fay Spain, Martin Balsam. The Prohibition Era had many leaders, but none was more powerful than Big AI. Rod is great as the Chicago mobster who became the king of crime. (1959) (104 min.)