We are happy to announce seven DVDs from the Grapevine Video collection newly available and offered at a special introductory price for limited time! On special through Monday, April 28th and remember you can save even more when you purchase the DVDs as bundles from our New Release Page.
Our silent DVDs this month include Wallace Beery in CASEY AT THE BAT, Lon Chaney in FLESH AND BLOOD, Thomas Meighan in THE CANADIAN and the surviving footage of BLACK GOLD with Pete Morrison. For sound DVDs this month we have three double features starting with the adventure flicks OMOO-
CASEY AT THE BAT (1927)
Wallace Beery, Ford Sterling, Sterling Holloway & Zasu Pitts make up a great cast for this baseball comedy which is loosely based on the famous poem.
FLESH AND BLOOD (1922)
Irving Cummings directs Lon Chaney, Edith Roberts and Noah Beery in this drama about an escaped convict who plots revenge against the man who framed him. From a tinted print.
THE CANADIAN (1926)
Thomas Meighan and Mona Palma star in this romantic drama about the challenges faced by an honest homesteader and his unlikely wife.
BLACK GOLD (1924)
The surviving footage of this rare Pete Morrison & Peggy Montgomery western which was assembled from fragmented 35mm prints.
First, based on the Herman Melville story, a captain is stricken by a native curse after he steals the eyes of OMOO-
GEORGE O'BRIEN WESTERN DOUBLE FEATURE
First George O'Brien is a HOLLYWOOD COWBOY who sides with Cecilia Park against a gangster's new cattle protection racket. Then O'Brien is a lawyer who rides into a unwelcoming frontier town in LEGION OF LAWLESS, co-
JOHNNY MACK BROWN WESTERN DOUBLE FEATURE #3
First Johnny Mack Brown is a gambler who runs afoul of the mysterious gang running the local protection racket in THE GAMBLING TERROR. Then a whistling Spanish ghost is the prime suspect in a rash of Stagecoach robberies in the WHISTLING HILLS.