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Strangers On A Train (1951)

No Time For Sergeants (1958)

Dark Passage (1947)

 Forbidden Planet (1956)

Larceny, Inc. (1942)

North By Northwest (1959)

On Borrowed Time (1939)

Topper (1937)

Sirocco (1951)
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November 21, 2018

 


Classic Movie Questions

In my weekly column, Classic Movie Questions, I receive dozens of questions from readers who are looking for forgotten classic film's.
It may be one they saw years ago, or heard about from a friend. They may know a star from the film or a part of the title and want to
find more information, and if it is available on video or airing soon on cable TV. They want to enjoy this film again, and share it with a friend.
Well if you have a film you have been searching for, just send me all the information you have, and I will try my best to find that film,
and I may even write a review on it for the web site and/or my newspaper column. E-mail your questions 

Classic Movie Search

Once you know the title of the movie your wondering about, you can ask us to find a copy on DVD for you to see with family and friends.
We have contacts with many film libraries, collectors and stores around the country. We're here to contact them for you and have found
classic title for people around the US and even in the UK.  If we find your movie we charge a small search fee of $5.00, plus the cost of the video and S&H.
If we can't find the video, there is no charge for us searching for you. You can pay for your video and fees with a check, money order or with your
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E-mail your video search If we can't find a copy for you we may be able to find the movie you are looking for
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