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11/22/63

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Warner Bros    11/22/63
11.22.63 hurtles viewers deep into the unpredictable darkness of the American dream. James Franco stars as Jake Epping, a high school teacher at a loss with his life, who wants to make a difference and do something meaningful. Encouraged by his ailing friend (Chris Cooper), Jake journeys back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The story transports audiences into the world of 1960s Texas as Jake explores the multiple mysteries surrounding the alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. But Jake's mission faces threats not only from Oswald, but from Sadie, a beautiful librarian he falls in love with, and from the Past itself... which doesn't want to be changed. And if the Past doesn't want to be changed, it will push back -- often violently. With something for everyone, this edge-of-your seat mystery offers an epic and emotional thrill ride

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36 Hours

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It's 1950. Maj. Jefferson Pike is in an Allied military hospital, under the care of an American doctor. Pike is an amnesiac, and if he could recount the details of D-Day, his last memory, perhaps it would unlock his mind. Only it's really 1944, and Pike is deep in German territory in a faux hospital built just for him.James Garner does a heroic star turn as increasingly suspicious Pike, and Rod Taylor makes a canny opponent as the duplicitous Doktor in a tense cat-and-mouse, twist-filled wartime thriller. The Nazis have only 36 Hours to pull off their elaborate ruse and get the D-Day plans out of Pike. But if that doesn't work, they will use any means necessary.

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36 Hours

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Warner Bros    36 Hours
It's 1950. Maj. Jefferson Pike is in an Allied military hospital, under the care of an American doctor. Pike is an amnesiac, and if he could recount the details of D-Day, his last memory, perhaps it would unlock his mind. Only it's really 1944, and Pike is deep in German territory in a faux hospital built just for him.James Garner does a heroic star turn as increasingly suspicious Pike, and Rod Taylor makes a canny opponent as the duplicitous Doktor in a tense cat-and-mouse, twist-filled wartime thriller. The Nazis have only 36 Hours to pull off their elaborate ruse and get the D-Day plans out of Pike. But if that doesn't work, they will use any means necessary.

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4 Film Favorites: Batman Collection

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Warner Bros    4 Film Favorites: Batman Collection
Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever, Batman & Robin

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4 Film Favorites: Final Destination Collection

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Warner Bros    4 Film Favorites: Final Destination Collection
Includes Final Destination, Final Destination 2, Final Destination 3 and The Final Destination.

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4 Film Favorites: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Collection

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Warner Bros    4 Film Favorites: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Collection
Cowabunga, Dudes!Blu-ray Collection Includes All 4 Films with Radical Extras and Collectibles!Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Turtles in Time, and TMNT.Plus Awesome Collector's Items: Comic Book, Sketch with Co-Creator Peter Laird's Autograph, Radical Beanie Hat, 8 TMNT Character Cards, All 4 Movies!

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4 Film Favorites: The Matrix Collection

Warner Bros 4 Film Favorites: The Matrix Collection

Warner Bros    4 Film Favorites: The Matrix Collection
THE MATRIX Perception: Our day-in, day-out world is real. Reality: That world is a hoax, an elaborate deception spun by all-powerful machines of artificial intelligence that controls us. Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne lead the fight to free humankind in the see-and-see-again cyberthriller written and directed by the Wachowskis.MATRIX RELOADED In the second chapter of the Matrix trilogy, Neo (Keanu Reeves), Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) and Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) continue to lead the revolt against the Machine Army. In their quest to save the human race from extinction, they gain greater insight into the construct of The Matrix and Neo's pivotal role in the fate of mankind.MATRIX REVOLUTIONS Neo. Trinity. Morpheus. They and other heroes stand on the brink of victory or annihilation in the epic war against the Machines in the stunning final chapter of The Matrix trilogy. For Neo, that means going where no human has dared - into the heart of Machine City and into a cataclysmic showdown with the exponentially more powerful renegade program Smith. For writer-directors the Wachowskis and producer Joel Silver, that means soaring beyond the amazing visual inventiveness of the first two films. The revolutions is now: The Matrix Revolutions.

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42Nd Street

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Warner Bros    42Nd Street
Meet a dewy-eyed ingenue, a gee-whiz tenor, stuck-up stars, hard-up producers, brassy blondes and "shady ladies from the `80s." They're all denizens of 42nd Street, belting out ageless Harry Warren/Al Dubin songs and tapping out Busby Berkeley's sensational Depression-lifting production numbers.The put-on-a-show plot spins merrily, full of snappy banter and new faces Ruby Keeler (her movie debut), Dick Powell and Ginger Rogers. The showstopping numbers ("Shuffle Off to Buffalo," "You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me" and the title tune) still dazzle. 42nd Street shows that good times never go out of style.

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5 Film Collection Dirty Harry

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Warner Bros    5 Film Collection Dirty Harry
The Dirty Harry giftset includes all 5 hit titles of one of the most famous cops ever to hit the big screen. They include: Dirty Harry, Dead Pool, The Enforcer, Magnum Force, and Sudden Impact. Special Features: DISC 1: DIRTY HARRY INCLUDES: Commentary by Richard Schickel 2 Featurettes - Dirty Harry's Way and Dirty Harry: The Original Interview and Trailer Galleries DISC 2: MAGNUM FORCE INCLUDES: Commentary by John Milius 2 Featurettes - The Hero Cop: Yesterday and Today and A Moral Right: The Politics of Dirty Harry Trailer Gallery DISC 3: THE ENFORCER INCLUDES: Commentary by James Fargo 2 Featurettes - Harry Callahan/Clint Eastwood: Something Special in Films and The Business End: Violence in Cinema Trailer Gallery DISC 4: SUDDEN IMPACT INCLUDES: Commentary by Richard Schickel Featurette The Evolution of Clint Eastwood Trailer Gallery DISC 5: THE DEAD POOL INCLUDES: Commentary by David Valdes and Jack N. Green Featurette The Craft of Dirty Harry Trailer Gallery

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A Christmas Carol

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Warner Bros    A Christmas Carol
A classic that's as integral a part of Christmas as lighted trees and mistletoe. Reginald Owen and Gene Lockhart star in this rewarding holiday treat.

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A Fine Pair

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Warner Bros    A Fine Pair
Rock Hudson becomes hooked on crime and Claudia Cardinale in this breezy comedy caper. When Esmeralda Marini (Cardinale) pays a surprise visit to NYC police captain Mike Harmon (Hudson), the uptight cop agrees to help her as a favor to her father, an old friend he hasn't seen in years. She explains that she wants to break into an Austrian villa and return gems stolen by a friend, but Mike has no idea it's all a con to rob the house herself. As the thrill of adventure loosens him up and he offers to become her partner, Mike must find a way to keep Esmeralda a crook when she decides to quit and go honest. The rarely seen reteaming of Hudson and Cardinale, who had starred together in Blindfold (1965), A Fine Pair was shot on location in Salzburg, Rome, the Tyrol, and New York, and features a bubbly, infectious score composed by Ennio Morricone.

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A Girl In Every Port

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Warner Bros    A Girl In Every Port
Groucho Marx's last leading role sees him deploying all his patented patter and double-talk as a Navy lifer out to save a pal from his "inherited" racehorse. Navy seaman Benny Linn (Marx) is flabbergasted when his pal, Navy seaman Tim Dunnovan (William Bendix), squanders his inheritance on Little Erin, a horse he's never seen. Talking their put-upon superior into granting them five days leave in order to unswindle Dunnovan, Benny sets to shore with purpose and chicanery in mind. Tracking down the horse's trainer (Gene Lockhart), the salts discover their seemingly lame horse has a secret twin - Little Shamrock - owned by lovely carhop Jane Sweet (Marie Wilson). In short order, we have fake Southern gentlemen, switched and double-switched equines, angry gangsters, stumbling saboteurs and one henpecked businessman (Don DeFore), who may just be Jane's true love. In order to save the day, it's time for Groucho to ride!

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A Girl In The River: The Price Of Forgiveness

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Warner Bros    A Girl In The River: The Price Of Forgiveness
The 2016 Academy Award® Winner for Best Documentary Short, this documentary follows the story of Saba, a young woman from the Punjab region of Pakistan, who was shot and left for dead by her father and uncle after marrying Qaiser, a man once promised to her by her family. Told through the lens of a true love story, the film is a scathing examination of the contradictions between modernism and tradition within Pakistani society, as Saba struggles with pressures to "forgive" the relatives who tried to kill her - a pronouncement that would set them free. In this masterful work of high-risk journalistic storytelling, award-winning filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy (Saving Face) uncovers the complex and violent forces faced by women in Pakistan, particularly as it relates to human rights and family honor.

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A Global Affair

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Warner Bros    A Global Affair
Bob Hope raises laughter and babies in this breezy light comedy costarring Mich?le Mercier, Yvonne De Carlo, Robert Sterling and Golden Globe® nominee Lilo Pulver. Having made a speech declaring every child deserves a good life, United Nations official Frank Larrimore (Hope) is put in charge of a baby girl found abandoned in UN headquarters. Agreeing to care for the tot until a suitable home is found, the bachelor is assigned to place her in the country he feels is most deserving. Pursued by a bevy of beauties who've been sent by their homelands to woo him, Frank attempts to put foreign affairs behind him while doing what's best for the baby. Directed by Jack Arnold (The Mouse That Roared) and cowritten by Charles Lederer (HIs Girl Friday), A Global Affair also features appearances by Today anchor Hugh Downs, Olympic champion Rafer Johnson and United States Ambassador to the UN Adlai Stevenson in his first big screen role.

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A Lady's Morals

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Warner Bros    A Lady's Morals
This decorous if provocatively titled meeting of two songbirds stars Metropolitan Opera soprano Grace Moore ("The Tennessee Nightingale") in her film debut portraying legendary 19th-century diva Jenny Lind ("The Swedish Nightingale"). A Lady's Morals is a prime example of highbrow-meets-hokum fluff from the early sound era. Bringing Moore's vibrant voice and charming poise to the screen was an ambitious attempt to launch a new film star and give the new audio technology an exciting workout. The Irving Thalberg production directed by Sidney Franklin is worth the gamble alone for Moore's elegant, clarion-toned Donizetti and Bellini arias. If the plot's fictions (swoony composer Reginald Denny faces blindness as a result of his infatuation) creak, its one biographical nod - Lind's intersection with showman P.T. Barnum - hits a high note when Wallace Beery barnstorms in near the end. Not a success in its day, this pleasant curio is a harbinger of the acclaim that a switch of studios (plus an Oscar® nomination for One Night of Love) brought Moore three years later.

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A Mighty Wind

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Warner Bros    A Mighty Wind
In A Mighty Wind, director Christopher Guest reunites the team from Best in Show and Waiting for Guffman to tell the story (cowritten by Eugene Levy) of '60s-era folk musicians who, inspired by the death of their former manager, get back on the stage for one concert in New York City's Town Hall. Levy and Catherine O'Hara are Mitch and Mickey, once the sweethearts of folk music until their bitter separation; Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer are classic folk trio The Folksmen; and Parker Posey, John Michael Higgins and Jane Lynch anchor a color-coordinated, harmonizing "neuftet"- The New Main Street Singers. Joining the musicians are Bob Balaban, Ed Begley Jr., Jennifer Coolidge, Paul Dooley, Michael Hitchcock, Don Lake, Larry Miller, Jim Piddock, Deborah Theaker and Fred Willard, who all work to revive folk music in this uniquely touching comedy.

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A Patch Of Blue from Warner Bros.

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Warner Bros    A Patch Of Blue from Warner Bros.
Academy Award winners Sidney Poitier and Shelley Winters--who delivers an Oscar-winning performance--star with Elizabeth Hartman in this tender story of an abused blind girl who only dreams of finding A Patch of Blue.Blind Selina D'Arcy (Hartman) lives a life of servitude with her mother, Rose-Ann D'Arcy (Winters), who's a prostitute and grandfather who's an alcoholic until the day she goes to the park to string beads for extra cash. There she meets the first kind person she has ever known, Gordon Ralfe (Poitier). The two quickly develop a deep bond, but Rose-Ann--who can see only bad in any man--tries to separate her daughter from the African American Gordon, believing that a life of prostitution would be better for Selina than happiness with a Black man.

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A Stranger Is Watching

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Warner Bros    A Stranger Is Watching
They don't see him, but he's there. A stranger is watching. plotting. planning. and anticipating every move they make. Then he strikes. He imprisons a little girl and a famous reporter in the dank maze of tunnels beneath New York's Grand Central Station. The kidnapper is a remorseless psychopath who wants to collect a ransom, then murder his captives. His victims' only hope is their own wits - and the aid of the dazed and desperate homeless people who roam this urban netherworld.Kate Mulgrew is heartrendingly believable as the reporter, and Rip Torn gives a harrowing performance as the kidnapper in this nightmarish shocker based on the Mary Higgins Clark suspense novel and directed by Sean S. Cunningham (Friday the 13th). A Stranger Is Watching: You won't be able to look away.

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A Very Honorable Guy

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Warner Bros    A Very Honorable Guy
Joe E. Brown must choose between his word and his life in the rollicking comedy A Very Honorable Guy. Every citizen on Broadway knows "Feet" Samuels (Brown) as an honest-but-unlucky gambler. So when he winds up owing $500 to a gangster known as the Brain (Alan Dinehart), it never crosses his mind to welch. Dumped by Hortense (Alice White), his gold-digging girlfriend, "Feet" decides he has nothing to live for and sells a mad doctor (Robert Barrat) his body for $1,000 cash. Agreeing to bump himself off in a month, "Feet" goes on a gambling spree and ends up winning a fortune. So when his time is up and Hortense agrees to get married, "Feet" is forced to choose between his word and his life in this rollicking farce, based on story by Damon Runyon.

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A Warm December

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Warner Bros    A Warm December
A new city, a new life. Dr. Matt Younger has a lot to look forward to during his stay in London. As it turns out, events exceed his hopes. This lonely American widower receives a new chance at love.Sidney Poitier plays Younger and directs this tender story of unexpected love and the shadow that hangs over it. Willowy Esther Anderson is Catherine, a stranger who seeks Younger's help in eluding a man and mysteriously slips away. Why is someone stalking her? What connects her to the man with the scarred face? The answers, like the romantic feelings between Younger and Catherine, unfold bit by bit. Filmed largely in and around glorious London, A Warm December becomes a bewitching travelogue of two hearts.

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A Woman's Face

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Warner Bros    A Woman's Face
When Anna Holm looks at aristocratic Torsten Barring, she sees romance. When Torsten looks at her, he sees horror: a web of scar tissue that twists her face into a grotesque mask. Eager to win Torsten's love, Anna endures 12 plastic surgeries and emerges a beauty. Lovely, says Torsten, but could you do just one more favor? Murder the little boy who stands between me and a vast inheritance. Joan Crawford takes a role Ingrid Bergman played in the original Swedish version and vividly makes it her own in this Hollywood remake pitch-perfectly directed by George Cukor.

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About Face

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Warner Bros    About Face
The mirthful military-school comedy Brother Rat gets a spirited musical makeover as About Face, starring velvet-voiced Gordon MacRae and comedy pros Eddie Bracken and Dick Wesson as conniving cadets who mix their reveille revelry with song, dance and parade-splashy Technicolor®. Their romantic maneuvers aren't quite regulation: Bracken is secretly married to Phyllis Kirk, with a baby due soon; Wesson eyes pretty new arrival Virginia Gibson, unaware she's the colonel's daughter; and MacRae schemes to keep a lieutenant from beating his time with local beauty Aileen Stanley, Jr. Buoyed by bouncy tunes by Charles Tobias and Peter De Rose, they merrily outflank their superiors and woo their women. Meanwhile, a pint-sized prot?g? of Eddie Cantor steals the show as a put-upon plebe who performs the nutty novelty number "I'm Nobody." Movie-debuting 19-year-old Joel Grey instantly puts the viewer - and About Face - in his pocket. As The New York Times reviewer proclaimed, he "rates a snappy salute" - and became somebody to watch.

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About Schmidt

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Warner Bros    About Schmidt
Warren Schmidt is about to experience a bittersweet slice of life. Newly retired, he and his wife Helen have big plans to see America - but an unexpected twist changes everything. Now Schmidt is determined to stop his daughter's wedding to an underachieving waterbed salesman. From meeting the groom's eccentric parents to sponsoring a Tanzanian foster child, Schmidt sets off on his mission...and gets lost along the road to self-discovery.

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Accountant, The

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Warner Bros    Accountant, The
Christian Wolff (Ben Affleck) is a math savant with more affinity for numbers than people. Behind the cover of a small-town CPA office, he works as a freelance accountant for some of the world's most dangerous criminal organizations. With the Treasury Department's Crime Enforcement Division, run by Ray King (J.K. Simmons), starting to close in, Christian takes on a legitimate client: a state-of-the-art robotics company where an accounting clerk (Anna Kendrick) has discovered a discrepancy involving millions of dollars. But as Christian uncooks the books and gets closer to the truth, it is the body count that starts to rise. Special Features: Inside the Man - Uncover the secrets behind a unique action movie hero.

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Ace Of Aces

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Warner Bros    Ace Of Aces
Sculptor "Rocky" Thorne (Richard Dix) is branded a coward by his fianc?e Nancy Adams (Elizabeth Allan) as the United States enters World War 1. Rocky enlists into service and trains as an aviator to prove his worth to Nancy. Wounded during his first aerial engagement, Rocky's attitude towards the war changes and the heat of battle turns him into a cold-blooded killing machine. With the instability in Europe foreshadowing the beginnings of World War 11, Ace of Aces is timely as it tackles the horrors of war and how it transforms the participants. As Rocky abandons his principles and embraces the darkness, Nancy discovers the high price paid by the young men and women involved. The film also stars Ralph Bellamy, Theodore Newton and, in an uncredited role, the first of a handful of acting roles, William Cagney (younger brother of James).

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Act One

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Before he was an award-winning playwright, screenwriter and director, Moss Hart was a poor, stage-struck Brooklyn dreamer who, after years of writing submissions, rejections galore and sheer persistence, finally grasped the brass ring. He chronicled the sweatiness and sweetness of his first success in the colorful 1959 memoir Act One, which quickly became one of the signature books about the theater. Veteran studio head and Sunrise at Campobello author Dore Schary lovingly adapted it for film in this shrewdly cast recounting of how fledgling Hart (effectively earnest George Hamilton) teamed with Broadway legend George S. Kaufman (a marvelously dry Jason Robards, Jr.) to write the 1930 Hollywood satire Once in a Lifetime. Featuring Jack Klugman, George Segal, Eli Wallach, Sam Levene, Bert Convy (as heartthrob actor Archie Leach, later Hollywood-bound as Cary Grant) and a sprightly score by Skitch Henderson, Act One is a warm, deeply felt valentine to the stage and the shaky but starry launch of the career of one of its leading lights.

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Adventure In Baltimore

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Warner Bros    Adventure In Baltimore
A genteel ladies' art institute is definitely no place for a free thinker. So the school boots independent-minded Dinah Sheldon (Shirley Temple) back to Baltimore. There, the scandalized townsfolk don't know which is more shocking, that Dinah is a suffragist or that she painted her beau (Temple's then-husband, John Agar) in - gasp! - nothing but a loincloth and a manly expression. Thank goodness there`s one person Dinah can depend on: her understanding father, Andrew (Robert Young), an Episcopalian minister. But Andrew is up for promotion to bishop, and an unconventional daughter is scarcely resume material. especially when Dinah's scuffle with ruffians lands her in jail. Thirteen years before Adventure in Baltimore, when Temple was the most famous child actor in the world, she and Young had made engaging costars in Stowaway. That rapport is again evident in this charming period piece that evokes a by gone America.

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Adventures Of Batman

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Warner Bros    Adventures Of Batman
The Adventures of Batman was an American animated television series produced by Lou Schiemer's Filmation studios. The shorts were broadcast as part of The Batman/Superman Hour in 1967. Over-the-top characters and catchy dramatic music cues gave this version of Batman a realistic look and feel-by cartoon standards of the day.

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