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

The Stranger (1973) DVD-R

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Starring Glenn Corbett, Cameron Mitchell, Sharon Acker, Lew Ayres, George Coulouris


Directed by Lee H. Katzin




Print: Color

Runtime: 100 min

Genre: Sci-Fi



TV series pilot (series never launched). After a freak mishap, an astronaut finds himself on an almost precise copy of Earth (right down to the Plymouth cars). However, this planet has three moons, and is run by an Orwellian government called The Perfect Order, who seek out and crush all dissidents either by outright assassination or by having them treated at "Ward E." Hunted and alone, the story traces the astronaut's efforts to evade capture and return home.


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Starring Glenn Corbett, Cameron Mitchell, Sharon Acker, Lew Ayres, George Coulouris
Directed by Lee H. Katzin

Print: Color
Runtime: 100 min
Genre: Sci-Fi

TV series pilot (series never launched). After a freak mishap, an astronaut finds himself on an almost precise copy of Earth (right down to the Plymouth cars). However, this planet has three moons, and is run by an Orwellian government called The Perfect Order, who seek out and crush all dissidents either by outright assassination or by having them treated at "Ward E." Hunted and alone, the story traces the astronaut's efforts to evade capture and return home.

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