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

Diamond Frontier (1940) DVD-R

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Starring Victor McLaglen, John Loder, Anne Nagel, Cecil Kellaway, Philip

Dorn

Directed by Harold D. Schuster



Print: black/white

Runtime: 73 min.

Genre: action/adventure

Print Quality: B



Characterized by some critics as a "South African western", Diamond

Frontier stars Victor McLaglen as ruthless diamond hunter Regan. The

villain's reign of terror as he searches for the precious gems is checked

by Charles Clayton (John Loder), freshly escaped from a brutal penal

colony. A wild escape through the jungle enables Universal Pictures to

exercise its usual prerogative of lifting great chunks of celluloid from its

stock-footage library. Anne Nagel is the faithful heroine who anxious

awaits the falsely-convicted Clayton's return, while Cecil Kellaway plays

the standard comedy-relief mercenary. The primary source for Diamond

Frontier is indicated by the title of the story upon which the screenplay

was based: A Modern Monte Cristo.

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Starring Victor McLaglen, John Loder, Anne Nagel, Cecil Kellaway, Philip
Dorn
Directed by Harold D. Schuster

Print: black/white
Runtime: 73 min.
Genre: action/adventure
Print Quality: B

Characterized by some critics as a "South African western", Diamond
Frontier stars Victor McLaglen as ruthless diamond hunter Regan. The
villain's reign of terror as he searches for the precious gems is checked
by Charles Clayton (John Loder), freshly escaped from a brutal penal
colony. A wild escape through the jungle enables Universal Pictures to
exercise its usual prerogative of lifting great chunks of celluloid from its
stock-footage library. Anne Nagel is the faithful heroine who anxious
awaits the falsely-convicted Clayton's return, while Cecil Kellaway plays
the standard comedy-relief mercenary. The primary source for Diamond
Frontier is indicated by the title of the story upon which the screenplay
was based: A Modern Monte Cristo.

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