Front Page Detective
DVD includes three complete episodes of the 1951-1952 lost TV classic which aired on the DuMont Television
Network. This rare drama series stars Edmund Lowe as star-reporter-turned-detective David Chase.
Mr & Mrs. North 4-DVD Collector's Set
As a forerunner to "McMillan & Wife" and "Hart to Hart", "Mr. & Mrs. North" features the
sophisticated husband-and-wife team of Jerry and Pamela North from Greenwich Village, who investigate various crimes
and solve them before the police do. Jerry (Richard Denning), a mystery magazine publisher, and Pamela (Barbara Britton), who
maintains the more aggressive lead to Denning's reluctant follower, are also amateur sleuths. And, like the aforementioned TV shows,
while crime and murder are being solved, a touch of humor always permeates the proceedings. "Mr. & Mrs. North" was produced by
John W. Loveton and seen on CBS from 1952 to 1953 and on NBC in 1954.
Silver Screen Legends: Hedy Lamarr
Four-Disc Collector's Set. Hedwig Eva Marie Kiesler was born in Vienna on November 9, 1913. One
of the most beautiful women in film, Hedy began her career in 1930 in Czech and German films. She caused an international sensation
by appearing nude and the resulting notoriety got her called to Hollywood where she was signed by MGM. She appears here in four
Algiers (Drama; Film Noir; Mystery) — Beautiful Gaby falls under the spell of notorious
jewel thief Pepe LeMoko, ruler of the mysterious Casbah.
The Strange Woman (Drama; Film Noir; Thriller) — A woman in a coastal town in Maine uses
her beauty to get what she wants. When her drunken father dies, she improves her situation and marries a man with money… but
does not change her ways.
Dishonored Lady (Crime; Drama) — A fashion editor decides the pressure of her work is too
much, moves to a small town and changes her identity.
Let’s Live A Little (Comedy; Romance) — An advertising agent is pursued by one of his
clients who is also his former fiancée. But when his new client, a psychiatrist, turns out to be a woman, he’s not sure if he needs
romance or analysis.
My Little Margie, Vols. 1 & 2
2-DVD Collector's Set. "My Little Margie" premiered on CBS as the summer replacement for "I Love Lucy"
on June 16, 1952. Set in New York City, the series stars Gale Storm as 21-year-old Margie Albright and former silent film star Charles
Farrell as her widowed father, 50-year-old Vern Albright. They share an apartment at the Carlton Arms Hotel. Vern Albright is the
vice-president of the investment firm of Honeywell and Todd. Roberta is Vern's girlfriend, and Margie's boyfriend is Freddy Wilson. Mrs.
Odetts is the Albrights' next-door neighbor and Margie's sidekick in madcap capers reminiscent of Lucy and Ethel in "I Love Lucy".
Betty White in "Life with Elizabeth" and "Date with the Angels"
6-Disc Collector's Set. "Life with Elizabeth" aired from October 7, 1953 to September 1, 1955. It stars Betty
White as Elizabeth and Del Moore as her husband Alvin; Jack Narz is the on-camera announcer and narrator. Betty White received her first
Primetime Emmy Award for her work on this series. The plot revolves around Elizabeth and Alvin, an ordinary suburban couple that inevitably gets
into predicaments. In the end, Alvin, in variable degrees of frustration, would say, "I shall leave you at this point, Elizabeth" and would walk
out of sight. The announcer would say, "Elizabeth, aren't you ashamed?" She would slowly nod, but then, with a slightly devilish grin, would
vigorously shake her head to indicate she wasn't. "Date with the Angels" aired on ABC from May 10, 1957 to January 29, 1958. The series, which
stars Betty White and Bill Williams, revolve around young Los Angeles newlyweds Vicki Angel and her insurance salesman husband Gus Angel who get
themselves and their friends and neighbors into various comedic situations and antics. Richard Deacon plays neighbor Roger Finley.
The Best of Mahalia Jackson Sings, Vol. 1
2-Disc Collector's Set. This digitally remastered DVD/CD combination includes 17 tracks as well as a CD of musical
performances from her TV show "Mahalia Jackson Sings". The performances on this DVD are culled from the "Mahalia Jackson Sings" program, broadcast
in 1961, the year she sang at President Kennedy's inauguration.
Sherlock Holmes Box Set - 6 DVDs
Enjoy 30+ Digitally Restored Programs of the All-Time Classic Sleuth! Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes has
remained in the spotlight for nearly 160 years, first on paper, and later in movies with Holmes’s first appearance in arcade Mutoscope
machines in 1900. Watch it, plus 30 more classic Sherlock Holmes movies, shows, parodies and more in this 6-DVD collector’s set.
Dick Tracy Box Set - 6 DVDs
Enjoy 23 Classic Programs of the All-Time American Detective! See more than 11 hours of classic Dick Tracy films,
serials and TV shows in this special 6-DVD collection! Watch a 15-film serial from 1937, 4 full-length films from the 1940’s and see rare
episodes from the 1950 TV series. Includes stars Ralph Byrd and Boris Karloff!
The Adventures of Robin Hood Box Set - 6 DVDs
Enjoy 26 Digitally Restored Episodes of the Classic Show! Classic television at its finest! Relive the adventures
of Robin Hood, Little John, Maid Marian and the Merry Men as they defend the villagers against evil Prince John and Sheriff of Nottingham.
Watch 26 episodes of The Adventures of Robin Hood in this special 6-DVD collector’s set — more than 10 hours of entertainment for the whole
Classic Episodes of the Lawrence Welk Show: Volumes 1-4 - DVD
The Lawrence Welk Show, the longest-running televised American musical variety show, first aired locally in
Los Angeles from 1951 to 1955, broadcast from the since-demolished Aragon Ballroom in Venice Beach. The show made its national television
debut on July 2, 1955, and was produced at the Hollywood Palladium for 23 of its 27 years on the air. The only seasons not taped there were
1965-66 and 1976-77 at the Hollywood Palace, and at CBS Television City from 1977 to 1979. The Lawrence Welk Show remains a family
favorite and can still be seen today on many PBS stations.
Jacques Cousteau's Voyage to the Edge of the World - DVD
On his ship, Calypso, as well as in a submarine, Jacques Cousteau and his crew sail from South America and travel to
Antarctica. They explore islands, reefs, icebergs, fossils, active volcanic craters, and creatures of the ocean never before seen. This
voyage took place in 1975, and Captain Cousteau became one of the first explorers ever to dive beneath the waters of the frozen South Pole.
This DVD includes the original theatrical movie trailer as well. A true classic.
That Show with Joan Rivers, Vols. 1-3 - DVD
Joan's groundbreaking half-hour show from the late 1960s features a guest celebrity and an "expert" guest tackling a
particular subject-of-the-day. Joan would mix up a regular subject with an unlikely celebrity, delivering 300 words a minute, hilariously
tearing into everything from her own life to nudism to even buying a new car! "That Show" is a virtual time capsule of subject matters and
personalities of the day, available to the public for the first time in over two decades!
People Are Funny
16 Episodes on 3 DVDs. This long-running American radio and television game show
involved stunts and audience participation, calculated to reveal the humorous side of human
nature. After contestants were sent from the studio to perform a task in public, the audience
was let in on the secret of how the participant was being tricked. Receiving Emmy nominations in
1955 and 1956, "People Are Funny" was the first game show to air repeats during its last season.
For those early TV viewers who wanted their fun simple and down to earth, "People Are Funny" was
for them — and who could ask for a more personable host than Art Linkletter?
Groucho Marx TV Classics: 3-Disc Collector's Set
This special 3-disc set includes the best of
Groucho Marx! See Groucho in 16 episodes of the 1950s game show "You Bet Your Life", 2 episodes
of "The Hollywood Palace", a rare episode of the lost game show "Anybody Can Play" and much
Tales from the Three Stooges: 3-Disc Collector's Set
This Collector's Edition 3-Disc Set celebrating the Three
Stooges' 75th Anniversary includes Tales from the Three Stooges Vols. 1 & 2
as well as bonus features! Includes shorts Brideless Groom, Disorder in the
Court, Malice in the Palace, and Sing a Song of Six Pants, TV
commercials, trailers, color cartoons and more!
Sing-A-Long: Beatlesongs - DVD
Introduce a whole new generation of fans to the
best-selling band in history, while helping them learn to read and speak English in a fun
and interactive way, with Sing-a-Long Beatlesongs! An on-screen "bouncing ball"
visually indicates the rhythm of each song and helps kids and adults learn the
lyrics. Superimposed over classic Fleischer and other animation shorts, the DVD features
some of the band's greatest songs, including "Yesterday", "Penny Lane", "Good Day
Sunshine", "Help", "Michelle", "We Can Work It Out", "Ticket to Ride", "Paperback
Writer", "Let It Be" and "Hey Jude". Historic footage of The Beatles is also featured.
Synergy Entertainment is a self-distributed label
with a large catalog of classic audio and video titles, beautifully packaged and
For the fans of Bluegrass, and the artists covered in our
Grass Series, there is a nice selection of
traditional, acoustic renditions, by top notch Nashville musicians, of music by
Elvis, Johnny Cash, the Eagles, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Grateful
Dead, and more.
Film fans can find bonus feature film DVDs
packaged with audio CDs. For the fans of horror films, there is Festival of Fright, a
70-minute program of rare trailers of great horror films.