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This item is hand signed by Larry Holmes and Ken Norton. This piece comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, a photo of Holmes and Norton signing the piece and 3 tamper resistant holograms affixed to each item (COA, Photo and Item Signed).In the event this photo is sold out, another photo of Larry Holmes and Ken Norton will be sent.
Some of the Old West lives on in a tiny 1932 California town.until machine gun-toting gangsters take refuge there. Future Hopalong Cassidy hero Bill Boyd stars in Men of America as a rancher who defends tiny Paradise Valley against those machine-gunning killers. Vaudeville’s Charles “Chic” Sale, playing the kind of vinegary old-timer that wash is specialty, portrays the aging ex-Pony Express rider named Smokey Joe. From the era when Hollywood often found adventure and romance in The Painted Veil, The Good Earth and other tales set in the exotic Far East comes Roar of the Dragon. Richard Dix stars as a booze-swigging riverboat captain who takes on the burden of commanding Westerners holed up in a Manchurian hotel that’s surrounded by a horde of murderous Tartar bandits. The able cast includes Edward Everett Horton, playing against type in heroic sequences far removed from his familiar light comedies.
One of the very first spin-off sensations, Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve graduated from thorn in Fibber McGee’s side (“You’re a HARRRRD MAN, McGee!”) to his own hit radio sit-com and a series of feature films starring Harold Peary as the befuddled blowhard. As an added treat, viewers can take a gander at the Great Gildersleeve’s guest-starring gig alongside an all-star radio role call in the Lucille Ball/Victor Mature romantic romp Seven Days’ Leave. 2-Disc, 5-Feature Collection.
Accepted into the Los Angeles Police Academy, cadets Chuck O’Flair (Ralph Meeker, Kiss Me Deadly), Harry Whenlon (Jeff Richards, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers) and Russ Hardley (Robert Horton, Wagon Train) pass the rigorous training program, but are soon bored with their humdrum assignments. After a grueling series of tests, they’re transferred to the LAPD’s elite motorcycle squad and begin to patrol the city. So when a routine traffic stop ends in Whenlon’s murder, O’Flair and Hardley set out to track down the killers: two truckers involved in a hijacking ring. One of the last features shot in the semi-documentary style popularized by The Naked City and Dragnet, Code Two is a police procedural highly regarded by motorcycle enthusiasts due to its scenes of vintage Harley Davidsons being put through their paces on off-road trails, obstacle courses and the mean streets of early `50s L.A.
2013 will see the continuation of celebrating Dr Seuss with the theme “Hats Off to Dr. Seuss”, a year long celebration of the 75th Anniversary of “The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins”. Both DVD and Blu-ray will include fan favorites; The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham and Other Stories, The Lorax , How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and Horton Hears A Who!
HBO premieres a four-part showcase for some of the comedy-club circuits most outrageous R-rated comics, hosted by the foremost practitioner of “cringe comedy” and co-star of the HBO series Lucky Louie Jim Norton. Each half-hour edition features an opening routine from Norton, who then introduces 2-3 comics per show, with each show ending with a top club headliner like Artie Lange, Andrew “Dice” Clay, Bill Burr and Patrice Oneal. The series deejay is Lemmy, beloved by fans of heavy metal as the hard-partying singer/bassist for Mot?rhead.