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Fox Cinema Archives Debuts Today With 15 Classics On DVD For The First Time Ever



Arrangement with Allied Vaughn Makes Never-Before-Released DVDs
Available on Major Retailers’ Websites

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment today debuted Fox Cinema Archives, a new manufacture-on-demand (MOD) series for film aficionados and collectors that goes deep into the studio’s vault to bring some of its most classic films featuring some of the biggest stars of the twentieth century to DVD for the first time.

Starting today movie lovers can purchase a wide variety of films from the Fox Cinema Archives series at major top-tier retailers with more titles to become available in the coming months. The first wave of titles includes:

Dangerous Years (1948), 63 min.
After a botched robbery, a district attorney prosecutes a teenage boy he doesn’t realize is his own son.

Fraulein (1958), 97 min.
A shy German girl helps the Allies during WWII and is helped in return by a kindly American officer at the war’s end.

Love is News (1937), 77 min.
A beautiful heiress has a scheme to embarrass a handsome gossip columnist played by Hollywood idol Tyrone Power.

Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell (1951), 88 min.
A 50 year-old claiming to be 77 checks into a dreary senior citizen’s home and infects the residents with his youthful energy making them realize that you’re never too old to have fun.

My Wife’s Best Friend (1952), 87 min.
When a man confesses to his wife that he has been unfaithful, she imagines all the different ways that historical figures such as Cleopatra and Joan of Arc might handle the situation.

Rings on Her Fingers (1942), 86 min.
In this romantic comedy, a pair of swindlers convince a young girl to pretend to fall in love with a man they believe is a millionaire, but the plan backfires.

Suez (1938), 98 min.
This epic adventure of the building of the Suez Canal tells the story of the engineer who attempts to create the canal that will connect the Mediterranean and Red Seas.

Diplomatic Courier (1952), 98 min.
Diplomatic Courier is a Cold War spy tale about an agent who must hunt down vital information about Russia’s plans to invade Yugoslavia

They Came to Blow Up America (1943), 73 min.
An American FBI agent of German heritage infiltrates a Nazi bund and foils acts of sabotage.

Way of a Gaucho (1952), 90 min.
After inadvertently killing a man, an Argentinian gaucho signs on with the army in order to avoid a jail sentence, then soon after forms a band of outlaws.

Claudia (1943), 92 min.
A fairly frank depiction of the day-to-day troubles of a child-like bride in the 1940s.

The Foxes of Harrow (1947), 118 min.
In 1820, a New Orleans adventurer woos his way to the top of Louisiana society.

Kidnapped (1938), 90 min.
A young heir falls into the hands of kidnappers on his travels to Scotland to take over the family fortune and is saved by a dubious renegade.

Frontier Marshal (1939), 71 min.
When Wyatt Earp becomes the Marshal of Tombstone, Arizona, he attempts to quiet the rowdy town. He’s successful with the exception of Curly Bell and his gang, who kill Doc Holliday, forcing the Marshal to settle the score.

Life Begins at Eight-Thirty (1942), 84 min.
A young disabled girl and her composer boyfriend try to revive the stage career of her alcoholic father.

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