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

20,000 Eyes (1961) DVD-R

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Starring Gene Nelson, Merry Anders, James Brown, John Banner, Judith Rawlins

Directed by Jack Leewood



Print: black/white

Runtime: 61 min.

Genre: drama



Having embezzled $100,000 from a client, Nelson, an investment counselor, finds to his horror that the client he stole from, Banner, is a retired gangster. The theft doesn't stay in the dark for long, and soon Nelson is required to raise the stolen money--which went to recoup losses in a South American diamond mine. Nelson has five days to raise the money.

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Starring Gene Nelson, Merry Anders, James Brown, John Banner, Judith Rawlins
Directed by Jack Leewood

Print: black/white
Runtime: 61 min.
Genre: drama

Well-made considering its six-day shooting schedule, this "B"-grade cops 'n robbers drama by Jack Leewood features Gene Nelson as Dan, an ingenious thief living on the edge at the moment. Dan has just cheated a mobster out of some stock in order to use it as collateral on a loan -- and now he has to save himself by replacing the stock with the money its worth. In order to do that, he figures out a complex scheme to steal some diamonds from a display case in a museum, use them to get an insurance sum, and put the real diamonds back before his fake substitutes are found. He co-opts a few people to help him on this plot, and the action begins.

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