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Third Man On The Mountain

Review Based on a true story, here is the thrilling, critically acclaimed account of Rudi Matt (James MacArthur), a young kitchen worker who is determined to conquer the Citadel -- the jagged, snowcapped peak that claimed his father's life. Encouraged by both a famed English climber (Michael Rennie) and the youth's devoted girlfriend (Janet Munro), Rudi goes through a grueling training period before he is ready to face the incredible dangers of the killer mountain. Shot on location in Zermatt, Switzerland, and featuring spectacular scenery and an outstanding cast, THIRD MAN ON THE MOUNTAIN is one of the finest adventure films of all time!
Those Calloways

Review Real-life father and daughter John and Hayley Mills star in the swashbuckling romp The Truth About Spring. Tommy Tyler (John Mills), an easy-going Caribbean sailor, is searching for sunken treasure with his tomboy daughter, Spring (Hayley Mills). Things get complicated in their houseboat when a young, wealthy lawyer (James MacArthur) sets sail with them in search of adventure, riches… and maybe even love.

When sold by Amazon.com, this product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.

This product is expected to play back in DVD Video "play only" devices, and may not play in other DVD devices, including recorders and PC drives.


In Search Of The Castaways

Review One of Disney's biggest and most fondly remembered hits, the spectacular screen version of the literary classic SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON is full of breathtaking South Seas scenery, hundreds of exotic animals, and treacherous pirates. This heroic tale chronicles the courageous exploits of the Robinson family after they are shipwrecked on a deserted island. Using teamwork and ingenuity, they skillfully overcome the obstacles of nature and transform their new home into a "civilized" community. But the ultimate challenge lies ahead when a band of cutthroat pirates threaten to destroy the Robinson's Makeshift paradise. Capture the thrills, romance, and fun of this unforgettable Disney film!|The film was based on the book by Johann Wyss, written to preserve the tales he and his sons made up while imagining themselves in Robinson Crusoe's predicament. Not originally intended for publication, the narrative was later edited and illustrated by Wyss' descendants.|Filmed on the Caribbean island of Tobago, the motion picture's lavish preproduction planning and on-location shooting (22 weeks) resulted in a budget that exceeded $4 million, but the extraordinary box office returns, subsequent popular reissues, and release on home video in 1982 has made it one of Disney's top-grossing films.|There was one problem with the filming location of Tobago: it had no animals. Tropical birds, gulls, ostriches, snakes, tigers, zebras, baby elephants, and monkeys were all flown to the island, along with 14 animal trainers.|One afternoon the flamingos Disney "hired" for the film took off from Tobago and headed south to British Guiana. Fortunately, they returned the next day at feeding time.
The Island at the Top of the World (30th Anniversary Edition)

Review For young medical school students, the frenzied, sleepless, all-important year of interning can seem like a lifetime. Co-writer/director David Swift (How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and The Parent Trap) and an all-star cast bring the drama of the lives and loves, successes and failures of these young doctors and their hectic days and crazy nights into sharp detail. The young doctors, their medical supervisors, and lovers (portrayed by Michael Callan, Nick Adams, Cliff Robertson, and Haya Harareet, Buddy Ebsen, Telly Savalas, James MacArthur, Suzy Parker, Stefanie Powers, Anne Helm and Katharine Bard) struggle to save lives, and fight prejudice and controversy in this precursor to a television staple: the hospital drama. Newly remastered.

When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.

This product is expected to play back in DVD Video "play only" devices, and may not play in other DVD devices, including recorders and PC drives.


Treasure Of Matecumbe

Review Based on a true story, here is the thrilling, critically acclaimed account of Rudi Matt (James MacArthur), a young kitchen worker who is determined to conquer the Citadel -- the jagged, snowcapped peak that claimed his father's life. Encouraged by both a famed English climber (Michael Rennie) and the youth's devoted girlfriend (Janet Munro), Rudi goes through a grueling training period before he is ready to face the incredible dangers of the killer mountain. Shot on location in Zermatt, Switzerland, and featuring spectacular scenery and an outstanding cast, THIRD MAN ON THE MOUNTAIN is one of the finest adventure films of all time!
Johnny Tremain

Review Real-life father and daughter John and Hayley Mills star in the swashbuckling romp The Truth About Spring. Tommy Tyler (John Mills), an easy-going Caribbean sailor, is searching for sunken treasure with his tomboy daughter, Spring (Hayley Mills). Things get complicated in their houseboat when a young, wealthy lawyer (James MacArthur) sets sail with them in search of adventure, riches… and maybe even love.

When sold by Amazon.com, this product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.

This product is expected to play back in DVD Video "play only" devices, and may not play in other DVD devices, including recorders and PC drives.


The Great Locomotive Chase

Review One of Disney's biggest and most fondly remembered hits, the spectacular screen version of the literary classic SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON is full of breathtaking South Seas scenery, hundreds of exotic animals, and treacherous pirates. This heroic tale chronicles the courageous exploits of the Robinson family after they are shipwrecked on a deserted island. Using teamwork and ingenuity, they skillfully overcome the obstacles of nature and transform their new home into a "civilized" community. But the ultimate challenge lies ahead when a band of cutthroat pirates threaten to destroy the Robinson's Makeshift paradise. Capture the thrills, romance, and fun of this unforgettable Disney film!|The film was based on the book by Johann Wyss, written to preserve the tales he and his sons made up while imagining themselves in Robinson Crusoe's predicament. Not originally intended for publication, the narrative was later edited and illustrated by Wyss' descendants.|Filmed on the Caribbean island of Tobago, the motion picture's lavish preproduction planning and on-location shooting (22 weeks) resulted in a budget that exceeded $4 million, but the extraordinary box office returns, subsequent popular reissues, and release on home video in 1982 has made it one of Disney's top-grossing films.|There was one problem with the filming location of Tobago: it had no animals. Tropical birds, gulls, ostriches, snakes, tigers, zebras, baby elephants, and monkeys were all flown to the island, along with 14 animal trainers.|One afternoon the flamingos Disney "hired" for the film took off from Tobago and headed south to British Guiana. Fortunately, they returned the next day at feeding time.
Follow Me, Boys!

Review For young medical school students, the frenzied, sleepless, all-important year of interning can seem like a lifetime. Co-writer/director David Swift (How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and The Parent Trap) and an all-star cast bring the drama of the lives and loves, successes and failures of these young doctors and their hectic days and crazy nights into sharp detail. The young doctors, their medical supervisors, and lovers (portrayed by Michael Callan, Nick Adams, Cliff Robertson, and Haya Harareet, Buddy Ebsen, Telly Savalas, James MacArthur, Suzy Parker, Stefanie Powers, Anne Helm and Katharine Bard) struggle to save lives, and fight prejudice and controversy in this precursor to a television staple: the hospital drama. Newly remastered.

When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.

This product is expected to play back in DVD Video "play only" devices, and may not play in other DVD devices, including recorders and PC drives.



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