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

A Lion Is In The Streets (1953) On DVD

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Actor:       James Cagney, Barbara Hale, Anne Francis, Warner Anderson, John McIntire
Director:  Raoul Walsh
Genre:      Drama
Year:        1953
Studio:     Warner Bros.
Length:    88
Released: June 22, 2009
Rating:      Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:     DVD
Misc:         Color
Language:English
Subtitles  :N/A




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In the South, peddler marries school teacher and then starts on a whirlwind rise politically, using hysteria among cotton pickers and small-town folk as his device. His rise is halted when his crooked goings-on are exposed. Based on the novel by Adria Locke Langley.

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Actor:       James Cagney, Barbara Hale, Anne Francis, Warner Anderson, John McIntire
Director:  Raoul Walsh
Genre:      Drama
Year:        1953
Studio:     Warner Bros.
Length:    88
Released: June 22, 2009
Rating:      Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:     DVD
Misc:         Color
Language:English
Subtitles  :N/A


DESCRIPTION:

In the South, peddler marries school teacher and then starts on a whirlwind rise politically, using hysteria among cotton pickers and small-town folk as his device. His rise is halted when his crooked goings-on are exposed. Based on the novel by Adria Locke Langley.

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