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    In Old Chicago DVD 1937 (Original)

    The O’Leary brothers — honest Jack and roguish Dion — become powerful figures, and eventually rivals, in Chicago on the eve of its Great Fire.
    This is 100% Genuine product.
    Region: 2
    Important: A lot of DVD players around now are region free – which play any DVD region. It completely depends on what DVD player you have.
    We actually have a number of regular customers based in the US, Canada and Australia who never have problems with our region 2 discs.

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    Betsy Ross (1917)

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    Betsy Ross (1917)

    Revolutionary War heroine Betsy Ross finds herself in competition with her sister for the affections of a British soldier.

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    The Harvester (1936)

    In a small town in Indiana in the 1890s, the domineering and ambitious Mrs. Biddle arranges a marriage between her spoiled daughter Thelma and the town’s prize catch, harvester David Langston, who is wedded to the soil. David is friends with orphan Ruth Jameson and, although she is in love with him, he eventually gives in to the machinations of Mrs. Biddle and consents to marry Thelma. Meanwhile, technological advances come to town, including its first gasoline buggy, galvanic battery, and metal bathtub fitted with running water. When Mrs. Biddle tries to convince David to give up the farming life and join her husband in real estate, Mr. Biddle, hen-pecked and dissatisfied with city life, warns David against selling his farm.

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    Mind Your Own Business (1936)

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    Mind Your Own Business (1936)

    Nature reporter Orville Shanks retreats to the woods for material for his “Our Wild Friends” column and to volunteer for his favorite cause, the Boy Scouts. When Orville’s editor, Crane, orders him to spice up his column, Orville’s wife Melba writes a gossip column using animals as metaphors for people. Crane loves Melba’s article and gives Orville a raise, and the column becomes a hit.

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    Call It a Day (1937)

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    Call It a Day (1937)

    The various members of the middle-class Hilton family have a series of romantic misadventures during one eventful day.

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    Go West Young Man (1936)

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    Go West Young Man (1936)

    Mavis Arden (Mae West) is a sensational movie star. Her following spans the world and her personal appearance tours prove her popularity. On her way home from one such appearance, Arden’s car breaks down. She orders her publicity man (Warren William) to find her a place to stay, suspicious that he planned the break down to keep her away from a man. However, she soon finds herself mooning over an attractive repairman in town (Randolph Scott) and listening to his ideas about inventing equipment for film.

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    Joy of Living (1938)

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    Joy of Living (1938)

    Broadway star Margaret Garrett has spent her whole life working to support her sponging relatives. When she meets carefree Dan Webster, she learns how to have fun for the first time.

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    Gold Diggers of 1935 (1935)

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    Gold Diggers of 1935 (1935)

    Romance strikes when a vacationing millionairess and her daughter spend their vacation at a posh New England resort.

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    The Gay Divorcee (1934)

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    The Gay Divorcee (1934)

    Guy Holden falls for Mimi Glossop without knowing she’s married. She’s trying to get a divorce, so her dizzy aunt and incompetent lawyer hire a professional correspondent to pose as her lover. When Guy unknowingly gives Mimi the code phrase, she thinks he’s the faux beau; and she confuses his genuine interest for part of the act.

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