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SEVEN NEW DVDs AVAILABLE!
ON SPECIAL FOR A LIMITED TIME!
We are pleased to announce seven new DVDs from the Grapevine Video collection offered at a special introductory price for a limited time. This month we start with two stand out foreign silent films including the 1913 THE STUDENT OF PRAGUE this early German horror film is directed by Stellan Rye and stars Paul Wegener. Next we have Sergei Eisenstein's acclaimed propaganda film BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN. Then we have Douglas Fairbanks and Constance Talmadge in THE MATRIMANIAC, a lighthearted romantic comedy about a pair of lovers' hilarious attempt to elope. Finally its D.W. Griffith directs W.C. Fields and Carol Dempster in the comedy SALLY OF THE SAWDUST. For sound films we begin with Frank Buck's BRING 'EM BACK ALIVE, see the famed naturalist gathering wild animals from Malayan jungles. Then we have ARKANSAS JUDGE a small town drama starring the musical Weaver Brothers and Elviry who are joined by co-
All seven DVDs will be offered at the special introductory price for just ten days and remember if you purchase the titles as a bundle from our New Release Page you'll save even more! So don't miss out, be sure to get your order in today because the sale pricing is only good through Monday, April 13th. More Details below!
THE STUDENT OF PRAGUE (1913)
Stellan Rye directs Paul Wegener, John Gottowt and Grete Berger in this early German horror film. A student deals with a mysterious stranger for a fortune in gold, but he doesn't anticipate the true cost of this dark bargain.
THE MATRIMANIAC (1916)
Paul Powell directs Douglas Fairbanks and Constance Talmadge in this light-
BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN (1925)
Sergei Eisenstein's much acclaimed propaganda film in which he pioneered the use montage. A dramatized telling of the 1905 mutiny aboard the Russian battleship Potemkin which leads to the sailors becoming heroes to Odessa.
SALLY OF THE SAWDUST (1925)
D.W. Griffith directs Carol Dempster, and W.C. Fields in this comedy about a circus performer and his ward. A shrewd trickster is seeking the best future for his young ward but doubts her stern grandfather is good for anyone..
ABRING 'EM BACK ALIVE (1932)
Celebrated naturalist Frank Buck narrates and stars in this expedition film to the Malayan jungles where he works to capture rare animals. Includes several staged animal fights that are not for the faint of heart.
A GENE AUTRY DOUBLE FEATURE
Gene Autry in two exciting westerns full of action, music and laughs! BOOTS AND SADDLES & ROOTIN’ TOOTIN’ RHYTHM. With co-
ARKANSAS JUDGE (1941)
The Weaver Brothers and Elviry are joined in this dramatic outing by Roy Rogers! A small town drama about the damage gossip and slander can cause. With a dash of music added from the Weavers and Roy Rogers.
DVDs ON SALE THROUGH MONDAY APRIL 13TH.
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Jack & Jason Hardy