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

Crosswinds (1951) DVD-R

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Starring John Payne, Rhonda Fleming, Forrest Tucker, Robert Lowery, Alan Mowbray

Directed by Lewis R. Foster



Print: color

Runtime: 95 min.

Genre: adventure

Print Quality: B



In this comedy based on a play by Herb Gardner, a zany, disparate couple tries to beat the

odds and stay together. The man runs a posh private school and cannot see why his lover

prefers teaching in the Lower East Side where they were raised. The two temporarily split,

and each of them has an affair. The experience teaches them that they are meant to be

together. Unfortunately, when the humbled two return to their luxurious apartment, they

again begin arguing. In the heat of anger, the man grabs the gun her father gave him and

fires three shots into the ceiling. With the police sirens encroaching, the woman realizes

that inside, he is still the wild and crazy guy she fell for years before, and romantic bliss

ensues.

 

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Starring John Payne, Rhonda Fleming, Forrest Tucker, Robert Lowery, Alan Mowbray
Directed by Lewis R. Foster

Print: color
Runtime: 95 min.
Genre: adventure
Print Quality: B

In this comedy based on a play by Herb Gardner, a zany, disparate couple tries to beat the
odds and stay together. The man runs a posh private school and cannot see why his lover
prefers teaching in the Lower East Side where they were raised. The two temporarily split,
and each of them has an affair. The experience teaches them that they are meant to be
together. Unfortunately, when the humbled two return to their luxurious apartment, they
again begin arguing. In the heat of anger, the man grabs the gun her father gave him and
fires three shots into the ceiling. With the police sirens encroaching, the woman realizes
that inside, he is still the wild and crazy guy she fell for years before, and romantic bliss
ensues.
 

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