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    Pollyanna DVD 1973 (Original)

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    Pollyanna DVD 1973 (Original)

    When Pollyanna is orphaned, she’s sent to live with her crotchety Aunt Polly. Pollyanna discovers that many of the people in her aunt’s New England home town are as ill-tempered as her aunt. But Pollyanna’s incurable optimism – exemplified by her “glad game,” in which she looks for the bright side of every situation – brings a change to the staid old community.
    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.

    $22.99
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    Pollyanna (Original)

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    Pollyanna (Original)

    When Pollyanna is orphaned, she’s sent to live with her crotchety Aunt Polly. Pollyanna discovers that many of the people in her aunt’s New England home town are as ill-tempered as her aunt. But Pollyanna’s incurable optimism – exemplified by her “glad game,” in which she looks for the bright side of every situation – brings a change to the staid old community.
    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.

    $17.99
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    How Could You, Jean? (1918)

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    How Could You, Jean? (1918)

    $25.00
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    Pollyanna (1920)

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    Pollyanna (1920)

    When Pollyanna is orphaned, she’s sent to live with her crotchety Aunt Polly. Pollyanna discovers that many of the people in her aunt’s New England home town are as ill-tempered as her aunt. But Pollyanna’s incurable optimism – exemplified by her “glad game,” in which she looks for the bright side of every situation – brings a change to the staid old community.

    $25.00
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    Secrets (1933)

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    Secrets (1933)

    Mary Pickford’s final film, Secrets (1933) was a fitting swan song, offering Pickford’s best performance in a talking film, in a bravura role that takes her character from flirtatious girlhood through maturity and old age. It’s a much better performance than her Oscar-winning one in her first talkie Coquette (1929), which today looks hammy and stilted. Based on a popular 1922 Broadway play by Rudolph Besier and Mary Edginton, Secrets is the story of the marriage of Mary and John Carlton, played by Pickford and Leslie Howard. Mary, the headstrong daughter of a New England shipping magnate, elopes to California in the 1860s with her father’s employee. The young pioneers face many hardships both on the journey west and after their arrival, as they create a life, a family and a future together. Years later, John gets involved in politics, and some of the couple’s secrets emerge, threatening the marriage and his career.

    $25.00
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    Through The Back Door (1921)

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    Through The Back Door (1921)

    A young Belgian girl (Mary Pickford), raised by her longtime nanny, flees Europe at the advent of World War I and travels to America to find her real mother. This 1921 melodrama, co-directed by Alfred E. Green and Jack Pickford, also stars Gertrude Astor, John Harron, Helen Raymond and Adolphe Menjou.

    $25.00
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    The Little American (1917)

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    The Little American (1917)

    A young American has her ship torpedoed by a German U-boat but makes it back to her ancestral home in France, where she witnesses German brutality firsthand.

    $25.00
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