Doorway To Hell, The from Warner Bros.

Mob boss Louie Ricarno is leaving “the game,” quitting the beer-running rackets and settling down in Florida to write his memoirs and live the good life with his new bride. Yet Ricarno’s past returns to spoil his happiness, plunging him back into an underworld of violence and payback. Top-billed Lew Ayres, just two months removed from his success in All Quiet on the Western Front, plays Ricarno in a machine-gunning Pre-Code saga directed by Archie Mayo (The Petrified Forest). Adding extra excitement is James Cagney in his second film, giving a live-wire portrayal as a trusted mob lieutenant who secretly romances the boss’ wife. Billed sixth but given much screen time in the film’s first hour, Cagney confidently serves notice of an actor on the rise. Barely six months later, he would lay claim to stardom in his fourth film, the seminal gangster classic The Public Enemy.

Mothers Cry from Warner Bros.

During Hollywood’s Golden Era, Lenore J. Coffee made her name as the screenwriter of such powerful women-centered melodramas as Four Daughters and The Great Lie. This early talkie scripted by Coffee falls in that celebrated genre, with a story that had moviegoers rooting for a courageous woman confronted by hardship. Mary Williams (Dorothy Peterson in her film debut) is a struggling widow who devotes her life to her four children. But trouble lies ahead for all four – including her oldest, Danny (Edward Woods, also debuting), a conniving thug who has tormented his family since childhood. Woods’ next role would be a star-maker.for someone else. He was cast as the lead in The Public Enemy, with James Cagney playing his pal, until director William A. Wellman, impressed by Cagney’s screen presence, told the actors to swap roles.

Superman Vs. The Elite (Blu-ray) from Warner Bros.

The Elite, a team of super-powered antiheroes, is renowned for killing their enemies. Despite the acclaim and approval the Elite enjoy, Superman knows they are in the wrong, creating more harm than good by their methods. Tensions between them finally culminate in a mass showdown on Jupiter’s moons, when Superman is forced to prove that violence is never a positive.

The Strange History Of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell from Warner Bros.

Suspenseful, deeply engaging and heart-wrenching, The Strange History of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell illustrates the tumultuous evolution of a controversial policy which fostered hate and intolerance within the military – and undermined the very freedoms American soldiers fight for – by forcing gay and lesbian soldiers to lie and live in secrecy. In 1993, President Bill Clinton, trying to deliver on his election promise of lifting the ban on gays in the military, encountered vehement opposition that resulted in the compromise legislation, known as “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”

Chips: The Complete First Season (Repackage/Stack Hub) from Warner Bros.

Where the rubber meets the road and the bad guys meet the badge — that’s where you’ll find California Highway Patrol motorcycle officers Jon (Larry Wilcox) and Ponch (Erik Estrada). Set in the sun-drenched sprawl of Los Angeles, CHiPs combines action, heroics and fun in 22 Season One episodes whose event-packed storylines range from freeway gridlock (let’s use a circus elephant to tow that broken-axled truck!) to wild roadway pursuits (who’s that beautiful woman lead-footing a Rolls Royce?), from spilled onions (crying time, fellas) to pure venom (an overturned van loaded with…sssnakes!). Attention all units: Report now for arresting entertainment!Special Features: Introduction: Introduction and Trivai Tidbits with Erik Estrada on select episodes. Introduction: Introduction and Trivia Facts on select episodes by Erik Estrada. Introduction: Introduction and Trivia Facts on select episodes by Erik Estrada. Introduction: Introduction and Trivia Facts on select episodes by Erik Estrada. Introduction: Introduction and Trivia Facts on select episodes by Erik Estrada. Featurette: The Ride Out of Spanish Harlem: A Retrospective Featurette with Erik Estrada Introduction: Introduction and Trivia Facts on select episodes by Erik Estrada.

Empire Of The Sun (Blu-Ray Book) (Blu-ray) from Warner Bros.

Based on J. G. Ballard’s autobiographical novel, tells the story of a boy, James Graham, whose privileged life is upturned by the Japanese invasion of Shanghai, December 8, 1941. Separated from his parents, he is eventually captured, and taken to Soo Chow confinement camp, next to a captured Chinese airfield. Amidst the sickness and food shortages in the camp, Jim attempts to reconstruct his former life, all the while bringing spirit and dignity to those around him.

The Lord Of The Rings Exclusive “One Does Not Simply Walk Into Mordor” Women’s Relaxed Fit T-Shirt from Warner Bros.

This EXCLUSIVE The Lord of the Rings “One Does Not Simply Walk into Mordor” t-shirt features the classic line delivered by Boromir in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. This 100% cotton black t-shirt features a striking, smoking image of Mordor. Available in women’s sizes.Please note: Unlike our women’s fitted t-shirts, this women’s relaxed fit t-shirt runs true to size.

Deluminator Prop Replica From Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows By Noble Collection from Warner Bros.

This is an authentic prop replica of the Deluminator that was left to Ron Weasley in Dumbledore’s will. Inspired from the prop in the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows films, the Deluminator lights up and measures approximately 4 inches long.

Chips: The Complete Second Season (Repackage/Stack Hub) from Warner Bros.

Can’t drive 55? There’s a ticket with your name on it – sign here, please. Just jumped three freeway lanes and endangered everyone in your path? Pull it over, pal, and dig out that license and registration. California Highway Patrol motorcycle officers Jon Baker and Francis “Ponch” Poncherello are on patrol. Erik Estrada and Larry Wilcox return as Ponch and Jon, and the action and fun are ready to roll in 22 road- ripping episodes. Also returning: Robert Pine as amiable Sgt. Getraer. Strap on helmets and goggles for a deadly chain-reaction crash, the appearance of a nettlesome TV -news crew, Ponch’s disco dancing, Halloween patrol and a caped biker daredevil. Remember: safety first. And always signal before turning.

The Lord Of The Rings Exclusive “One Does Not Simply Walk Into Mordor” Adult T-Shirt from Warner Bros.

This EXCLUSIVE The Lord of the Rings “One Does Not Simply Walk into Mordor” t-shirt features the classic line delivered by Boromir in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. This 100% cotton black t-shirt features a striking, smoking image of Mordor. Available in adult sizes.

The Lord Of The Rings Legolas Greenleaf&Trade; Juniors T-Shirt from Warner Bros.

This Lord of the Rings t-shirt is 100% cotton and features Legolas with bow and arrow against a black background. Available in women’s sizes. Please note: This is a slim-cut Juniors size t-shirt style that runs smaller for a more fitted look. For a looser fit, we recommend that you order a size up.

The Lord Of The Rings Legolas Greenleaf&Trade; Women’s Relaxed Fit T-Shirt from Warner Bros.

This Lord of the Rings t-shirt is 100% cotton and features Legolas with bow and arrow against a black background. Available in women’s sizes.Please note: Unlike our women’s fitted t-shirts, this women’s relaxed fit t-shirt runs true to size.