Batgirl New 52 Flying With Bats Juniors Turquoise T-Shirt from Warner Bros.

The New 52 is a revamp and relaunch by DC Comics of its entire line of ongoing superhero comics, in which all existing titles were cancelled and 52 new series debuted with brand new #1 issues! There’s never been a better time to be a DC fan! This 100% cotton t-shirt is 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.

Rage In Heaven from Warner Bros.

W.S. Van Dyke directs Ingrid Bergman, George Sanders and Robert Montgomery in a gripping psychological thriller from the pen of celebrated English author Christopher Isherwood. Montgomery plays British steel mill owner Philip Monrell, whose outward charm and flippancy conceal a terrible secret, while Sanders plays Ward Andrews, the best friend Philip hides behind. But when Philip marries Stella Bergen (Bergman), he becomes obsessed with the belief that Ward is trying to steal Stella away from him. An obsession that soon turns to twisted, murderous intent.With the two leading men swapping type (Montgomery as the insouciant cynic with the sinister streak, Sanders as the amiable, self-effacing wit), Rage in Heaven’s examination of murderous envy and jealousy takes on deeper layers as the viewer’s own assumptions about character and intent are called into question.

Joan Of Paris from Warner Bros.

Sometimes, all you have to fight with is your courage and your character. Under the brutal martial law of Nazi-occupied France, many risked their lives to help keep the world free from Nazi domination. This is the story of one such woman. A simple barmaid named Joan (Michele Morgan) sacrifices her own safety to help five fugitive British airmen escape from France. From the time the airmen make their rendezvous with a British agent in a Paris church, they become the desperate quarry of the unrelenting Nazi Gestapo. Now, Joan must devise a means of escape for the men and finds herself falling in love with the squadron leader (Paul Henreid). Taut suspense holds you to the harrowing conclusion of this wartime drama.

Panama Hattie from Warner Bros.

Hattie Maloney (Ann Sothern) is a gaudy, good-hearted nightclub singer who tends to love above her station. This time, it’s pedigreed officer Dick Bulliet (Dan Dailey, Jr.), and it’s for real. But there’s one little problem: he’s got a small daughter so ladylike she makes Emily Post look like Tugboat Annie – and she’s not impressed with Hattie’s bangles and bows. And Hattie’s got a trio of protectors, three goofball gobs who think that maybe Hattie’s too good for Dick.This World War II musical sparkles with Cole Porter numbers like “Just One of Those Things,” classic buffoonery from Red Skelton, Ben Blue and Rags Ragland as Hattie’s spy-hunting sailor pals and – last but not least – the screen debut of Miss Lena Horne. Can a salt-of-the-earth gal capture a society guy? Of course she can – and getting there is half the fun!