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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

The Iron Glove (1954) DVD-R

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Starring Robert Stack, Ursula Thiess, Richard Wyler,

Charles Irwin and Alan Hale Jr. 

Directed by William Castle



Print: black/white

Runtime: 77 min.

Genre: adventure

Print Quality: B


Robert Stack stars with Ursula Theiss (the wife of Robert Taylor) in the Columbia costumer The Iron Glove. Stack, an 18th century Scots adventurer, swashes and buckles on behalf of self-styled Prince James (Richard Stapley). Our hero insinuates himself into the court of King George I, the better to install the man known as "The Old Pretender" into the British throne. Supporting actor Alan Hale Jr. goes through many of the motions of his late father in support of Errol Flynn wannabe Stack. The Iron Glove puts the lie to the rumor (perpetuated by The Untouchables) that Robert Stack was constitutionally incapable of smiling.

 

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Starring Robert Stack, Ursula Thiess, Richard Wyler,
Charles Irwin and Alan Hale Jr. 
Directed by William Castle

Print: black/white
Runtime: 77 min.
Genre: adventure
Print Quality: B

Robert Stack stars with Ursula Theiss (the wife of Robert Taylor) in the Columbia costumer The Iron Glove. Stack, an 18th century Scots adventurer, swashes and buckles on behalf of self-styled Prince James (Richard Stapley). Our hero insinuates himself into the court of King George I, the better to install the man known as "The Old Pretender" into the British throne. Supporting actor Alan Hale Jr. goes through many of the motions of his late father in support of Errol Flynn wannabe Stack. The Iron Glove puts the lie to the rumor (perpetuated by The Untouchables) that Robert Stack was constitutionally incapable of smiling.
 

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