Relive the glory and fame of a true American idol and the world's first superstar!
Boxed set includes 100 songs from 1953-1975 in chronological order to reveal a musical portrait of the man.
First-rate sound quality and an 80-page booklet of photos, liner notes & discography make this 4-disc set a must-have for every Elvis fan.Click here to see our entire Elvis Presley collection!
The King's debut album was the first rock ’n’ roll album ever to make it to #1 on the Billboard chart, where it spent 10 weeks back in 1956!
The ground-breaking release has since ranked on Rolling Stone’s list of the greatest albums of all time, and also in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. It was certified Gold on November 1, 1966 and certified Platinum on August 8, 2011.
This re-release contains 12 tracks, including “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Tutti Frutti,” “I Got A Woman,” and 9 more essential Elvis tunes. A must-have for fans and music lovers of all ages.Click here to see our entire Elvis Presley collection!
It is an amazing tale of innovation, determination, and loyalty.
Come along for the ride that began in 1917, when the first Ford truck was produced. Explore their pivotal role in shaping and expanding America through two World Wars, the postwar boom, and how Ford trucks still keep America rolling.
DVD combines rare images from the Ford archives with stunning footage, as well as segments with journalists, Ford executives, historians, and of course, owners.
Take a trip through every world tour and Beatles movie with this in-depth documentary. Revisit the Fab Four's formation in the 60s, travel through Sgt. Pepper's psychedelia, and wind up at their final appearance.
Loaded with rare footage, it's perfect for Beatles buffs and rock & roll collectors.Click here to see our entire Beatles collection!
For over 20 years, Red Skelton entertained audiences with a host of hilarious characters, including Clem Kadiddlehopper, Freddie the Freeloader, George Appleby, and many more.
DVD includes 4 never-before-released episodes, digitally remastered and in color!
Features guest stars Tim Conway, John Wayne, Boris Karloff, Vincent Price, Milton Berle, and Ed Sullivan; plus exclusive interviews with Bobby Rydell and Vicki Lawrence.
Six million men and women served in the US Armed Forces, with 400,000 casualties, making WWII the most significant event of the entire 20th century.
Set of DVDs includes programming hosted by Walter Cronkite. Hear first-hand accounts from the soldiers, sailors, marines and airmen-heroes all--who entered the war after Japan's surprise attack on Pearl Harbor.
A small reminder of the great sacrifices made by our parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles & cousins in lands they never heard of, but where many of them are laid to rest.
Witness the crucial moments that turned the tide of WWII!
From the pivotal engagements to the heroic soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of democracy, this gripping chronicle is a treasure trove of US military combat footage.
DVD set includes rare color footage of the Battle of Midway and Iwo Jima, live action footage, original theatrical newsreels, and rousing propaganda films produced to rally the spirits of Americans on the home front.
75th Anniversary Edition!
The Japanese Empire's surprise attack on Pearl Harbor was the catalyst to America's entry into World War II.
Commemorative edition includes a DVD set of the (restored) rare film, "Crusade in the Pacific," which documents the entire Pacific campaign. Also included is a companion book with over 100 archival black & white and color photos.
A must-have for historians young or old.
The man WAS late-night television. This never-before-released series of full, unedited shows celebrates the enduring legacy of Johnny Carson.
Classic sketches (Carnac The Magnificent) and interesting segments (Animal Hijinks With Joan Embry), interviews with the biggest names of the day, witty banter with Ed McMahon and Doc Severinson, and of course, those must-see opening monologues!
24 episodes including commercials and bonus clips, featuring Dean Martin, Bob Hope, Paul McCartney, Sean Connery, Lucille Ball, Vincent Price, Richard Pryor, David Brenner, Muhammad Ali, Ronald Reagan, Buddy Rich, and many more!
Six months after their triumphant live appearance on American TV, the Beatles returned to the US for their first North American tour.
Starting on August 19, 1964 in San Francisco, the group traversed the country, playing to throngs of fans and causing mass hysteria everywhere they went.
By the tour's end, they had performed 32 shows at 25 venues and 24 cities--all in just 31 days that changed the world.Click here to see our entire Beatles collection!
When this NBC special aired in 1983, it immediately became a landmark cultural event. Michael Jackson moonwalked... the Tops battled the Temps... and Diana Ross reunited with The Supremes!
Brand new extended version is a DVD set that includes the unedited broadcast, featuring the biggest groups of the 60s and 70s; plus Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye rehearsal footage, a behind-the-scenes look at the Motown songwriters, and a moving tribute to Berry Gordy Jr. Sit in on interviews with Smokey Robinson, Martha Reeves, and many more.
Deluxe collector's edition includes a copy of the Motown 25 program, and a sound featurette entitled "Heard It Through The Grapevine."
World War II was one of the most devastating conflicts in history and its effects are still felt around the world. This new collection from the US National Archives takes you back to that time when the American spirit shone bright even through the blackest nights.
Find out what Patton, MacArthur, Eisenhower, and Bradley were like before they became great war leaders, see startling footage from the battle lines, and hear inspiring stories of Americans on the home front.
This set contains 32 movies, including three of renowned director John Huston's most controversial war films.