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Thu Oct 16 17:59:09 2014 UTClccn-n860755370.10Holiday family classics 39 features and shorts0.161.00Maurice Evans presents Shakespeare's Hamlet in its entirety45783484Henry_Edwards_(actor)n 860755371894500lccn-n83026976Hicks, Seymour1871-1949prfactlccn-no96032034Calthrop, Donald1888-1940actlccn-n82225093Seyler, Athenelccn-nr2007011686Glynne, Maryactviaf-120183894Cochran, Robertactlccn-no90018162Hagen, Julius1884-1940prolccn-no93035748Everest, Barbara1890-1968lccn-no93007769Asche, Oscar1871-1936actviaf-120183873Mear, H. Fowlerscefast-1109428Scrooge, Ebenezer (Fictitious character)Edwards, Henry1883-1952DramaFilm adaptationsChristmas storiesFictionMotion picturesChristmas filmsScrooge, Ebenezer (Fictitious character)Ghost playsChristmas storiesMisersEnglandChristmasManners and customsDickens, Charles,England--LondonPoor familiesSick childrenChristmas playsAvariceSpiritsRedemptionGenerosityZombiesFilm adaptationsMurderGuardian angelsSanta ClausChristmas stories, EnglishHolidaysNativity of Jesus ChristGreat BritainJesus ChristDollsCovensEnglish fictionMonstersSculptorsMotion picturesGhouls and ogresWerewolvesReformatories for womenGhostsMedicine--ResearchMoroccoPoisoningVampiresHaunted housesMan-woman relationshipsDeathNovello, Ivor,BatsWomenScientistsWitchesDracula, Count (Fictitious character)Divorced women188219521935193819391947197819861989199119921993199519961998199920002002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220136402670791.4372PN1997ocn767585587ocn021183373ocn038045821ocn052384054ocn027365728ocn210090348ocn228142319ocn047809341ocn029788819ocn76245903138141ocn051071368visu19350.14Edwards, HenryScroogeDramaFilm adaptationsMotion picturesChristmas storiesThe classic Charles Dickens tale of the cold hearted miser who is reformed by the ghosts of Christmas401ocn707509620visu20100.10Holiday family classics 39 features and shortsDramaBeyond tomorrow (a.k.a. Beyond Christmas): Three wealthy men decide to share their Christmas with some less fortunate people. They settle on two down-and-outers, a man and a woman who then fall in love381ocn767585587visu20110.10Holiday collector's setDramaScrooge: the classic story of a miserable miser and the joy he rediscovers about the holidays372ocn048219138visu20000.13A classic ChristmasScrooge: a miser hasn't a good word for Christmas, though his impoverished clerk Cratchit and nephew Fred are full of holiday spirit. But in the night, Scrooge is visited by spirits who change his mind241ocn057187910visu20040.18JuggernautDramaFilm adaptationsA doctor is forced to give up his research for lack of funds, then he gets an offer of money from a millionaire's wife-- if he'll help her murder her husband152ocn058434546visu19350.16Dickens, CharlesA Christmas carolFictionDramaChristmas filmsFilm adaptationsChristmas storiesScrooge: Tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge and his redemption at Christmas121ocn124504189visu20060.10The Christmas collection102ocn027365728visu19860.10Scrooge based on A Christmas carol by Charles DickensThe familiar story of greedy old man Ebenezer Scrooge, who has a change of heart on Christmas eve when three spirits show him his lonely past and future91ocn052384054visu19930.10Holiday 2-pack Scrooge & It's a wonderful lifeChristmas storiesScrooge: The Charles Dickens novel and all its characters are brought to life in this story of a cold hearted miser who is reformed by the ghosts of Christmas. It's a wonderful life: A man contemplating suicide on Christmas eve learns what the world would be like without him, and of course, changes his mind91ocn844771912visu20120.10Holiday collectionDramaA star shall rise: Raymond Burr and other well-known actors are features in this story of the Three Wise Men, their discussion, and eventual journey to Bethlehem to see the Newborn King61ocn042427977visu19910.16Christmas movie classicsIn the first feature a man is prevented from committing suicide by a guardian angel who shows him the good he has done in his life. A cold hearted miser is shown the error of his ways by the ghosts of Christmas in Scrooge61ocn434932388visu20090.10Christmas classicsDrama51ocn210090348visu20050.47JoseĢ Ferrer in Cyrano de BergeracCyrano de Bergerac: In 17th-century Paris, a long-nosed poet and swordsman helps his handsome friend win the girl he himself loves51ocn241437389visu20050.10Holiday family collection 4 movie classicsDramaSanta Claus conquers the Martians: Martians kidnap Santa Claus and demand that he make toys for the unhappy Martian children41ocn670433261visu20070.19Christmas magic31ocn858861088visu20120.25Woman haterDramaAn English aristocrat believes that all women are fortune hunters out to ensnare a man. So, when a lovely continental actress visits London and proclaims that all men are boring, he sets out to prove that she is only seeking publicity. He invites her to his home to prove that he is right and she discovers his plan and outwits him. He is forced to admit that he still hates all women - except one31ocn228142319visu20070.26Nostalgic Christmas Scrooge, The little lamb, A present for Santa [Claus], Howdy Doody ChristmasOn Christmas Eve, the ghost of Jacob Marley, Scrooge's late business partner, comes to haunt old Scrooge and give him glimpses into his past, present and future. Frightened by the visions he sees, Scrooge wakes up a new man, vowing to change his miserly ways forever21ocn754654486visu20050.14Horror classicsFictionDramaMotion picturesCollection of 4 horror movies11ocn423349419visu19351.00A Christmas carolDrama11ocn212783904visu20070.10Family collectionCyrano de Bergerac: In 17th-century Paris, a long-nosed poet and swordsman helps his handsome friend win the girl he himself loves212ocn271342655visu20060.59Silent BritainHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcA journey through the first three decades of British cinema, when the cinema was silent and hugely popular. Cecil Hepworth's Rescued by Rover was re-shot twice as the original negative wore out, while The Battle of the Somme released in 1916, was watched by an estimated 20 million people. Britain had its share of glamorous starlets and leading men including Ivor Novello, Betty Balfour, Henry Edwards and Chrissie White and Blair, the world's first canine movie star, who lit up the screens. Fully illustrated throughout with film clips from the first British sex comedy in 1898 to Britain's first talkie in 1929-- Hitchcock's Blackmail41ocn026623374book19381.00Maurice Evans presents Shakespeare's Hamlet in its entiretyThu Oct 16 15:01:04 EDT 2014batch13952