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VHS: The Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All (VHS, 1995) This heartwarming drama uses an interview/ flashback structure to chronicle the life of a Confederate captain's wife, from their early courtship through the present day. Based on the novel by Alan Gurganus.
VHS: Last of the Dogmen (VHS, 1996) A bounty hunter on the trail of three escaped convicts makes a startling discovery deep in the Rockies. He finds evidence of a Native American tribe thought to have been decimated a century ago, and with the help of an anthropologist he races to save...
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VHS: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (VHS, 1996) What bear could be more loveable than the honey-eating, huggably pudgy, sweet-hearted Winnie-the Pooh? Certainly his owner and best friend, Christopher Robin, can't find one! Enjoy the adventures of Pooh bear and his pals in this animated adaptation...
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VHS: Mickey's House of Villains (VHS, 2002) Mickey Mouse must do battle with Disney's entire pantheon of villains in this feature length adventure. The nefarious Jafar has teamed up with Cruella, Hades, Ursula, Captain Hook, and Maleficent to take over the House of Mouse and turn it into the...
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VHS: Monsters, Inc. (VHS, 2002, Clam Shell) Intelligent, funny, adorable, and beautifully animated, MONSTERS, INC. will delight fans of SHREK and TOY STORY, while drawing a new audience of curious, kid-friendly viewers. Billy Crystal and John Goodman make a fiercely funny comedic team as job...
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VHS: Child of Glass (VHS, 1987) When Alexander and his family move into an old southern mansion, they discover strange forces and unsolved mysteries lurking there. Soon Alexander is knee-deep in an adventure involving witchcraft, a lost fortune in diamonds and an encounter with a...
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VHS: How the Grinch Stole Christmas (VHS, 1990) With the talents of Chuck Jones, Boris Karloff, and Dr. Seuss combined, there was almost no way this could be anything but an instant classic. Watched regularly every holiday season and beloved by children and cynical adults alike, this animated gem...
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VHS: Dead Poets Society (VHS, 1995) An unconventional New England prep school teacher inspires his students with poetry and encourages them to embrace life. Academy Award Nominations: 4, including Best Picture, Best Actor--Robin Williams, Best (Original) Screenplay. Academy Awards:...
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VHS: Ghostbusters (VHS, 1995, Slipsleeve) When Dr. Peter Venkman (Bill Murrary) and his Columbia University colleagues (Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson) are kicked out of their prestigious academic posts, they start a private practice as professional ghost-catchers. Although the...
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VHS: It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (VHS, 1996, Clamshell) All of the Peanuts gang dress up for the enchanting night of Halloween. All, that is, except for Linus, who firmly believes that this year the Great Pumpkin will finally visit his humble pumpkin patch.
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