CLASSIC RANK SAMPLER VOLUME 1 [DVD] 
The Seekers, Ferry To Hong Kong, Robbery Under Arms, The Black Tent
4 Disc Set!
Philip Wayne decides to build a settlement in New Zealand during the 1820s. This he does with his wife and a few faithful followers. They find the most exotic wilderness ever! All is well until he falls for the charms of a Maori chieftain’s wife. His actions lead to a revenge attack.
DVD | 1 DISC | 91 minutes | 1954 | Color | Not Rated | English language | English subtitles | 1.37:1 / 4×3 | Dolby Digital 2.0 | Region 1
Ferry To Hong Kong:
Orson Welles (star and director of the critically acclaimed “Citizen Kane”) stars as Captain Hart in this sea-bound adventure. When his ship is forced to accept a deportee of the Hong Kong government, Mark Conrad (Curt Jurgens), Captain Hart’s nose is put out of joint. After consistently trying to rid his ship of this unwanted passenger, he finds himself being more and more upstaged by him. Conrad attracts the attention of a glamorous schoolteacher and her pupils, and not only does his carefree attitude alter; he becomes the hero when the Captain is injured. Pirates, typhoons, shipwrecks and an all-star cast keep this film action-packed.
DVD | 1 DISC | 104 minutes | 1959 | Eastman Color | Not Rated | English language | 2.35:1 / 4×3 Letterbox / CinemaScope | Dolby Digital 2.0 | Region 1
Robbery Under Arms:
Based on the classic adventure novel by Rolf Boldrewood, and set in the nineteenth century outback, this is the story of the biggest cattle-rustling coup in Australian history and the men who planned and executed it. Having shared the proceeds, they go their separate ways. Fate, however, has other ideas and they are brought together in a violent climax.
DVD | 1 DISC | 101 minutes | 1957 | Eastman Color | Not Rated | English language | 1.33:1 / 4×3 | Dolby Digital 2.0 & 5.1 Enhanced | All Regions
The Black Tent:
In the final, grim days of the mid-1942 British Retreat through Libya, a young British Army officer Captain David Holland was posted as missing and later presumed dead. His country mansion and great estates in England are inherited by his younger brother Charles. Evidence emerges that David may still be alive, so Charles sets out in search of his older brother, only to uncover the great mystery of David’s life, love and ultimate honor. Filmed on location in Libya this classic tale of post war heroism provides an interesting and timely glimpse into the Bedouin culture and the struggle to reconcile life after the war.
DVD | 1 DISC | 94 minutes | 1956 | Color | Not Rated | English language | English subtitles | 1.78:1 / 16×9 Anamorphic | Dolby Digital 2.0 & 5.1 Enhanced | Region 1
George H. Brown Earl St. John
|Dimensions||0.00000000 × 0.00000000 × 0.00000000 in|