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May 272014


Big Sky Time on Blu-ray

LONGMIRE SEASON ONE & TWO (2012-13) Got a hankering for murder cases under big skies in breathtaking 1080p high definition? Then saddle up to this Blu-ray disc collection of A&E’s hit mystery series based on Craig Johnson’s best-selling novels that’s just in time for the premiere of Season 3! Long shadows of secrets and murder hang over Absaroka County, Wyoming, jurisdiction of the tough and brooding Sheriff Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor) who’s been struggling since his wife’s death a year ago. At the urging of his attorney daughter, Cady (Cassidy Freeman), Walt knows he must turn his life around. Aided by a new female deputy, Vic (Katee Sackhoff) and his oldest friend, Henry Standing Bear (Lou Diamond Phillips), he becomes re-energized about his job and runs for re-election ­ even though his ambitious younger deputy Branch (Bailey Chase) is a rival candidate. The unraveling truth about Walt’s wife’s death will astonish the stoic lawman and his daughter. Special Features include: The Camera’s Eye: Realizing the World of Longmire, Longmire Justice: Exploring the Cowboy Detective, Extended Episodes of Sound and Fury and Election Day with Intros by Executive Producers and Testing Courage: The Storm Defines The Man Featurette

Kwai Chang Caine ­ And Son!

KUNG FU: THE LEGEND CONTINUES THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON (1993-94) When we last saw Kwai Chang Caine, in “Kung Fu: the Movie,” he was united with the son he never knew he had in turn-of-the-century Wild West. Now, the son of that son, also named Kwai Chang Caine (David Carradine), must emerge from seclusion to save the son he thought lost. Like his legendary namesake, this Caine is also a warrior monk, operating a Shaolin temple in Northern California. After an evil priest, Tan (Ernest Abuba), destroys the temple, Caine and his young son, Peter (Nathaniel Moreau) each believe the other has perished. The two embark on very different paths ­ Caine wanders the Earth, while Peter (Chris Potter) becomes a cop. When fate brings the two together, they work to overcome their differing philosophies to battle Tan, and then help the innocent and bring justice to the new Wild West ­ 90s urban America. Please note the series’ pilot movie is presented here in its international release version, and contains brief nudity.

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MEN OF THE FIGHTING LADY (1954) Based on events published in the Saturday Evening Post ­ — James A. Michener’s “The Forgotten Heroes of Korea” and Commander Harry Burns’ “The Case of the Blind Pilot” — “Men of the Fighting Lady” vividly depicts the unforgettable men caught up in the quagmire of the Korean Police Action viewed at 20,000 feet soaring at supersonic speeds. Panther Squadron flies out from an aircraft carrier, carrying out the same railroad run over and over. Two veterans preach very different philosophies to the tyro top guns ­ — one pushes for grit and glory (Frank Lovejoy), the other for savvy and safety (Keenan Wynn). Two of their charges, Lt. Howard Thayer (Van Johnson) and Ens. Kenneth Schecter (Dewey Martin), take away two very different lessons when one of the vets demonstrates the true meaning of heroism and sacrifice. While their Commander (Walter Pidgeon) sagely guides them, the writer (Louis Calhern as James Michener) observes it all.


SARAH SILVERMAN: WE ARE MIRACLES (2013) Dubbed “the most outrageously funny woman alive” by Rolling Stone, Emmy-winning comedian and actress Sarah Silverman stars in her first HBO Comedy special live from Los Angeles. The one-hour set shows that Silverman is still testing the limits of comedy, delivering shocking jokes, off-kilter observations and total non sequiturs that keep viewers on their toes and in hysterics. Filmed in front of an intimate audience of 39, “Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles” takes aim at such subjects as pornography, religion, government, self-examination, and the miracle of existence.

CRISIS HOTLINE: VETERANS PRESS 1 (2014) Today, more soldiers are lost to suicide than on the battlefield. After serving their country overseas, many military veterans in their darkest moments turn to the unique services of the Veterans Crisis Line to help with traumas like post-traumatic stress, depression, homelessness and drug dependence. This 40-minute documentary is an intimate look at the vital work of several responders who provide life-saving intervention and desperately needed referrals through the 24-hour Veterans Crisis Line, which provides support and hope to active and retired service members. Directed by Ellen Goosenberg Kent (Wartorn: 1861-2010, Alive Day Memories: Home from Iraq), and produced by Dana Perry (Boy Interrupted), the film focuses on the intense, and at times chilling, calls received by the crisis line and the dedicated work of the responders and rescue coordinators who help distraught veterans find reasons to live.

<span style=”color: red; font-family: Verdana; font-size: small;”>NOTE: These DVDs are Manufactured on Demand (MOD); to order, fans must visit <a href=”http://www.WarnerArchive.com” target=”blank”><b>The Warner Archive Collection,</b></a> <a href=”http://www.wbshop.com/” target=”_blank”><b>WB Shop.com,</b></a> Amazon or Barnes & Noble.</span>

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