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

Joan of Ozark (1942) DVD-R

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Starring Judy Canova, Joe E. Brown, Eddie Foy Jr., Jerome Cowan,

Alexander Granach

Directed by Joseph Santley



Print: black/white

Runtime: 82 min.

Genre: comedy

Print Quality: B



Ozark thrush Judy Hull inadvertently shoots a pigeon carrying a message

from a secret Nazi spy nest in the United States, and becomes a national

heroine. Philip Munson ,head of the spy ring with headquarters in a

secret room at the "Club 76", which he operates, receives orders from

the Gestapo to immediately liquidate her as an object lesson to all

Americans who might try to emulate her. When theatrical agents Cliff Little

and Eddie McCabe come to Munson's office with Marie Lamont , a dancer

they are trying to promote, Munson conceives a scheme whereby Judy

will be brought to him, rather than him going to the Ozarks to liquidate

her. He tells Little and McCabe that if they will produce the now-famous

Judy Hull as an entertainer at his club, he might be interested in making a

deal to employ their client.

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Starring Judy Canova, Joe E. Brown, Eddie Foy Jr., Jerome Cowan,
Alexander Granach
Directed by Joseph Santley

Print: black/white
Runtime: 82 min.
Genre: comedy
Print Quality: B

Ozark thrush Judy Hull inadvertently shoots a pigeon carrying a message
from a secret Nazi spy nest in the United States, and becomes a national
heroine. Philip Munson ,head of the spy ring with headquarters in a
secret room at the "Club 76", which he operates, receives orders from
the Gestapo to immediately liquidate her as an object lesson to all
Americans who might try to emulate her. When theatrical agents Cliff Little
and Eddie McCabe come to Munson's office with Marie Lamont , a dancer
they are trying to promote, Munson conceives a scheme whereby Judy
will be brought to him, rather than him going to the Ozarks to liquidate
her. He tells Little and McCabe that if they will produce the now-famous
Judy Hull as an entertainer at his club, he might be interested in making a
deal to employ their client.

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