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

Good Luck, Mr. Yates (1943) DVD-R

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Starring Claire Trevor, Jess Barker, Edgar Buchanan, Tom Neal, Albert

Bassermann

Directed by Ray Enright



Print: black/white

Runtime: 70 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



In this drama, set during WW II, a teacher at a military school is derided by

his students because he has not joined the military. The man is deeply

disturbed by their ridicule and disrespect and so pleads with the

draft-board to reconsider his "essential" status and allow him to join. He

is allowed to enlist, but still, because he has a punctured ear-drum, is not

allowed to join. Unable to face his students, the teacher gets a job at a

shipyard, then deceives his students into believing that he is at war by

having a buddy at boot camp forward their letters to him. Soon ugly

rumors begin to circulate amongst the suspicious students. One is that

their teacher went AWOL. The other is that he is really a Nazi spy. The

students' actions threaten to destroy the teacher's new romance with a

female welder. In the end everything comes out hunky-dory when the

teacher proves himself a courageous hero during a shipyard fire.

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Starring Claire Trevor, Jess Barker, Edgar Buchanan, Tom Neal, Albert
Bassermann
Directed by Ray Enright

Print: black/white
Runtime: 70 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

In this drama, set during WW II, a teacher at a military school is derided by
his students because he has not joined the military. The man is deeply
disturbed by their ridicule and disrespect and so pleads with the
draft-board to reconsider his "essential" status and allow him to join. He
is allowed to enlist, but still, because he has a punctured ear-drum, is not
allowed to join. Unable to face his students, the teacher gets a job at a
shipyard, then deceives his students into believing that he is at war by
having a buddy at boot camp forward their letters to him. Soon ugly
rumors begin to circulate amongst the suspicious students. One is that
their teacher went AWOL. The other is that he is really a Nazi spy. The
students' actions threaten to destroy the teacher's new romance with a
female welder. In the end everything comes out hunky-dory when the
teacher proves himself a courageous hero during a shipyard fire.

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