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

The Staring Match (Studio One in Hollywood 6/17/57) DVD-R

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Lonny Chapman, James Daly, Betty Furness, James Gregory, Margaret Hamilton




Print: Black and White


Runtime: 1h


Genre: Drama


Language: English




A small town congregation prays for rain and a man, played by James Daly, appears at the entrance of their church and claims he is an angel sent to help the town. The angel is dressed in a white suit and is carrying a fancy white cane. Dressed in white he looks the part. A short time later another man appears at the entrance dressed in black also claiming to be an angel sent to help the town. He is not as good looking as are his clothes. The congregation is up in arms about whom to believe is the angel and which one could be the devil. A wrestling match is voted on to decide whom to believe but the two "angels" will not agree to wrestling each other. A staring match is suggested and a staring match begins. Great story and a surprising ending.


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Lonny Chapman, James Daly, Betty Furness, James Gregory, Margaret Hamilton

Print: Black and White
Runtime: 1h
Genre: Drama
Language: English

A small town congregation prays for rain and a man, played by James Daly, appears at the entrance of their church and claims he is an angel sent to help the town. The angel is dressed in a white suit and is carrying a fancy white cane. Dressed in white he looks the part. A short time later another man appears at the entrance dressed in black also claiming to be an angel sent to help the town. He is not as good looking as are his clothes. The congregation is up in arms about whom to believe is the angel and which one could be the devil. A wrestling match is voted on to decide whom to believe but the two "angels" will not agree to wrestling each other. A staring match is suggested and a staring match begins. Great story and a surprising ending.

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