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

Young Blood (1932) On DVD

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Actor :    Hank Bell, Earl Dwire, Fern Emmett, Helen Foster, Si Jenks
Director: Phil Rosen
Genre:    Western
Year:       1932
Studio:    Alpha Video
Length:     56
Released: September 27, 2005
Rating:       Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:     DVD (NTSC/Region 1)
Misc:          NTSC, Black & White
Language: English
subtitles:  N/A





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Bob Steele is a wild west Robin Hood, torn between a life of crime and a Life with his love.

Feared as "Nick the Kid" by merchants of Grass Valley, he heads a gang that includes pals Blackie, Ed, Hank - and the town's sheriff! After the gang robs the local stage and steals the jewels of the visiting Countess Lola Montaine, Nick becomes determined to turn over a new leaf and go straight.

Sheriff Sharpe and the gang have other ideas, and won't let him go that easy.

The sheriff falls in love with the Countess and wants to return the jewels to her himself. He intends to arrest Nick as the thief, but the Kid turns the tables on the duplicitous sheriff by tricking him into signing a confession. With quick thinking and quicker shooting (and the help of the Countess pet monkey!), Nick fights to bring justice to Grass Valley.

In YOUNG BLOOD, a villainous character who proved to be the scourge of a small town attempts to put a life of crime behind him. But the sheriff of the town has other plans, and aims to frame the former gang member for robbery. With the newly crime-free man suddenly finding himself on the right side of the law, and a man who is supposed to uphold the law heading in the other direction, the former criminal faces a tough time proving his innocence in this action-packed western from 1933.










































































































































































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Actor :    Hank Bell, Earl Dwire, Fern Emmett, Helen Foster, Si Jenks
Director: Phil Rosen
Genre:    Western
Year:       1932
Studio:    Alpha Video
Length:     56
Released: September 27, 2005
Rating:       Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:     DVD (NTSC/Region 1)
Misc:          NTSC, Black & White
Language: English
subtitles:  N/A


DESCRIPTION:

Bob Steele is a wild west Robin Hood, torn between a life of crime and a Life with his love.

Feared as "Nick the Kid" by merchants of Grass Valley, he heads a gang that includes pals Blackie, Ed, Hank - and the town's sheriff! After the gang robs the local stage and steals the jewels of the visiting Countess Lola Montaine, Nick becomes determined to turn over a new leaf and go straight.

Sheriff Sharpe and the gang have other ideas, and won't let him go that easy.

The sheriff falls in love with the Countess and wants to return the jewels to her himself. He intends to arrest Nick as the thief, but the Kid turns the tables on the duplicitous sheriff by tricking him into signing a confession. With quick thinking and quicker shooting (and the help of the Countess pet monkey!), Nick fights to bring justice to Grass Valley.
In YOUNG BLOOD, a villainous character who proved to be the scourge of a small town attempts to put a life of crime behind him. But the sheriff of the town has other plans, and aims to frame the former gang member for robbery. With the newly crime-free man suddenly finding himself on the right side of the law, and a man who is supposed to uphold the law heading in the other direction, the former criminal faces a tough time proving his innocence in this action-packed western from 1933.

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