Film Critic, John Douglas says sit back and watch a classic in the comfort of your home on DVD!
"The Big Trail" (1930) Directed by Raoul Walsh, with John Wayne and Marquerite Churchill . A wagon train scout guides settlers west while looking for two men who killed his friend.
First starring role for John Wayne
Shot in 70mm, a wide screen format
Looks very authentic
"The Old Mill" (1937) Directed by Wilfred Jackson. An animated short depicting a storm at an old mill.
A Walt Disney "Silly Symphony"
Brilliant animation which is set to music like "Fantasia"
"Nuts in May" (1976) Directed by Mike Leigh, with Alison Steadman and Roger Sloman. Two twits go camping in this British comedy.
Mike Leigh is one of the best directors ever
Allows for improvisation in his films
One of the funniest films ever