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Where can I download these ?

Sat May 04, 2013 11:21 am

I say, anyone here know of classic films website of where I can download these rare 50's and 60's flicks (must be in 4:3 ratio) . Been trying for years to find them :wink:

Storm Warning (1951) ... Starring Ginger Rogers, Doris Day and Ronald Reagen
Seance on a Wet Afternoon (1964) ... Starring Sir Richard Attenborough
Operation Crossbow (1965) ... Starring Sophie Loren and George Peppard
The Fox (1967) ... Starring Ann Heywood, Sandy Dennis
Them ! (1954)
The Ship that Died of Shame (1955) ... Sir Richard
Arsenic and Old Lace (!940) (Colorised Version)

Re: Where can I download these ?

Sat May 04, 2013 2:36 pm

Robt - YES! - Amazon instant download...not all of them are available but you can purchase the others on DVD!

Storm Warning 1951 - instant download
http://www.amazon.com/Storm-Warning/dp/ ... rning+1951

Seance on a Wet Afternoon 1964 - purchase only
http://www.amazon.com/Seance-Wet-Aftern ... rnoon+1964

Operation Crossbow - 1965 - purchase only
http://www.amazon.com/Operation-Crossbo ... ssbow+1965

The Fox 1967 - purchase only
http://www.amazon.com/Fox-Sandy-Dennis/ ... e+Fox+1967

Them! 1954 - instant download
http://www.amazon.com/Them/dp/B001QE9WJ ... =Them+1954

The Ship That Died of Shame - 1955 - purchase only
http://www.amazon.com/Ship-That-Died-Sh ... d+of+Shame

The only version of Arsenic and Old Lace I could find was the black and white version from 1944 - not the 1940 colorized version. Sorry about that.

Arsenic and Old Lace - instant download
http://www.amazon.com/Arsenic-and-Old-L ... p_t_2_8SYA

Re: Where can I download these ?

Wed May 08, 2013 8:42 am

He maybe wanting to download free too.

Re: Where can I download these ?

Thu May 09, 2013 8:37 am

Well, with Amazon Prime, for 79 bucks a year, you get free streaming of most movies, including in full, true HD if they have it, free shipping on all their products, and a free book every month to loan for your Kindle.

Pretty good! Closest thing to free movies. Of course, with classics, they are around, too, with no strings attached at all. Just have to look around, I guess. Some are on YouTube. There is also an archive, but I think those films are quite a bit older.

rjm