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

Stranger on the Run (1967) DVD-R

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Henry Fonda, Anne Baxter, Michael Parks, Dan Duryea, Sal Mineo


Directed by Don Siegel


Print: Color

Runtime: 1h 37min

Genre: Drama

Language: English



In search of a woman, the washed-up alcoholic vagabond and former convict, Ben Chamberlain, ends up in a god-forsaken and dusty railhead town, where Sheriff McKay and his trigger-happy deputies rule with a heavy hand. Under those circumstances, the drifter who thirsts for answers, and above all, redemption, will begin his investigation, only to soon find himself wrongfully accused of murder. Inevitably, as Ben runs for cover in the rough wilderness, an angry posse of hateful gunslingers will hunt him down before he reaches the borders. Can Ben make it out alive?


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Stranger on the Run (1967) DVD-R

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Henry Fonda, Anne Baxter, Michael Parks, Dan Duryea, Sal Mineo
Directed by Don Siegel
Print: Color
Runtime: 1h 37min
Genre: Drama
Language: English

In search of a woman, the washed-up alcoholic vagabond and former convict, Ben Chamberlain, ends up in a god-forsaken and dusty railhead town, where Sheriff McKay and his trigger-happy deputies rule with a heavy hand. Under those circumstances, the drifter who thirsts for answers, and above all, redemption, will begin his investigation, only to soon find himself wrongfully accused of murder. Inevitably, as Ben runs for cover in the rough wilderness, an angry posse of hateful gunslingers will hunt him down before he reaches the borders. Can Ben make it out alive?

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