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    DVD Discovery: ‘Among The Missing’

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    Rare Finds On DVD

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    Marx Brothers Rarities—And A Secret Bonus Disc

    'The Marx Brothers TV Collection' from Shout! Factory is simply marvelous. This three-disc DVD set is a trip to a time when it was commonplace to see the greats of show business on television.

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    DVD Screenings: From Paul Muni To John Wayne

    I’ve been exploring a variety of recent DVD releases, including Howard Hawks’ 'Red River,' Joseph Losey’s 'Stranger on the Prowl,' and a World War II oddity called 'The Boy from Stalingrad.'

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    Rekindling Early TV Memories

    Some recent DVD releases, Burr Tillstrom’s long-running "Kukla, Fran & Ollie" and "Here’s Edie" starring the memorable Edie Adams’, have enabled me to revisit my childhood and it’s been a blissful time trip.

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    Underrated Hitchcock

    "Foreign Correspondent" is one of my all-time favorites and it’s been given deluxe treatment in a terrific new Blu-ray/DVD release from The Criterion Collection.

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    Confessions Of An Anglophile: Downton Abbey – Season 4 On DVD

    GUEST COLUMN by Alice Maltin — When I was young, I dreamed of living in a castle. You do that sort of thing when you grow up in a small, one-bedroom apartment in the Bronx. Well, I did, anyway. I escaped through my imagination into “The Queen Game.”

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    The Lion Roars—For Short Subjects

    ("Gypsy Night"—1935) Warner Archive has made my life a bit easier by collecting 36 MGM one- and two-reelers in a three-disc DVD set called "Classic Shorts from the Dream Factory Volume 2 (1929-1946)."

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