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

Hand to Hand (The Star and the Story 5/14/55) DVD-R

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Henry Fonda, Zachary Scott, Larry Crane, Lou Krugman, Harry Bartell


Directed by Reginald Le Borg


Print: Black and White

Runtime: 30min

Genre: Drama

Language: English



Zachary Scott was never a huge Hollywood star but he was very capable and played wonderful cads as well as heroes. Here, however, he's both miscast and the script is weak--too weak to make this one worth seeing.

Scott plays Carlos, a famous aging bullfighter who's lost his edge. As a publicity stunt, he's returned to his old home town where he'll appear in the ring with his brother--an up and coming matador. What follows is pretty dumb and unconvincing.

Zachary Scott plays a Hispanic bullfighter and the story is badly written. Need I say much more?! The bottom line is that the show is never convincing and ends very poorly. Not quite terrible...but close!


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Henry Fonda, Zachary Scott, Larry Crane, Lou Krugman, Harry Bartell
Directed by Reginald Le Borg
Print: Black and White
Runtime: 30min
Genre: Drama
Language: English

Zachary Scott was never a huge Hollywood star but he was very capable and played wonderful cads as well as heroes. Here, however, he's both miscast and the script is weak--too weak to make this one worth seeing. Scott plays Carlos, a famous aging bullfighter who's lost his edge. As a publicity stunt, he's returned to his old home town where he'll appear in the ring with his brother--an up and coming matador. What follows is pretty dumb and unconvincing. Zachary Scott plays a Hispanic bullfighter and the story is badly written. Need I say much more?! The bottom line is that the show is never convincing and ends very poorly. Not quite terrible...but close!

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