Available Now: Franz Schubert: "Der Tod und das Madchen" (String Quartet in D minor op. posth. D 810 "Death and The Maiden") / String Quartet in C minor op. posth. D 703) - Vienna Master Series Digital Classic
Condition: NEW! No scratches, no skips. Plays good. No torn or ripped pages.
To order, click “Add To Cart” below and follow the instructions thereafter:
Featured Cartoon: Captain America – Marvel Superheroes 1966 Cartoons
Captain America is a fictional character, a superhero that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in Captain America Comics #1 (March 1941), from Marvel Comics' 1940s predecessor, Timely Comics, and was created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. Over the years, an estimated 210 million copies of "Captain America" comic books have been sold in a total of 75 countries. For nearly all of the character's publication history, Captain America was the alter ego of Steve Rogers, a sickly young man who was enhanced to the peak of human perfection by an experimental serum in order to aid the United States war effort. Captain America wears a costume that bears an American flag motif, and is armed with an indestructible shield that can be thrown as a weapon.
AVAILABLE NOW: The Doors (Special Edition) (1991) DVD
To order, click “Add To Cart” below and follow the instructions thereafter: NEW! Item in Excellent Condition!
No scratches, no skips.
Thanks in large part to its meticulous re-creation of the late 1960s and early 1970s rock scene and the uncannily authentic performance by Val Kilmer as legendary Doors front man Jim Morrison, Oliver Stone's hypnotic film biography is standing the test of time. Capturing the carefree mood of the Age of Aquarius, the film charts the meteoric rise of the Doors on the California club circuit (including a memorable scene showing the creation of the hit "Light My Fire"), and chronicles the band's exploits with hallucinogenics and Morrison's battles against charges of public indecency on stage. Kilmer's performance is hauntingly perfect, and performances by Meg Ryan, Kathleen Quinlan, and Kyle MacLachlan are similarly impressive. The movie doesn't fully probe the depths of Morrison's character, but as a portrait of excess it is vividly true to the spirit of the self-destructive poet known to his fans as "The Lizard King." "--Jeff Shannon"