Wednesday, November 2, 2016

NEW WEBSITE LAUNCHED!

We are really excited about our new website. Formerly Nostalgia Merchant we are slowly moving to My Video Classics. The site has been totally rebuilt by CI Design. The web address is now myvideoclassics.com, but we have all the wonderful Classic TV shows and rare movies still available. Plus we are now adding new releases almost daily. The new website is fully responsive, easily searchable to find your favorites and easy to shop. In addition myvideoclassics.com is totally secure and checked for security continuously by GoDaddy and the secure seal is located on the site to assure your information is kept secure. Come browse, you will really enjoy spending time at myvideoclassics.com. Oh, one more thing, in addition to hundreds of movies and TV shows, we have over 125 classic movie serials.

Thursday, July 28, 2016

An Affectionate Look at George Burns

                                                    An Affection Look at George Burns
An Affectionate Look at George Burns


Wayne and Shuster take a look at the greatest straight man that ever lived, George Burns. He made a huge success of talking about what a failure he was. This documentary is jam-packed with wonderful clips of the Burns and Allen TV Show and movies. You will also see George and his pals in clips from numerous guest appearances on television. Jack Benny, Eddie Cantor, Bobby Darin, Carol Channing and many others. And of course, the story would not be complete without Gracie with the story of her early years in movies. Available on DVD from Nostalgia Merchant.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Affectionate Look at the Marx Brothers

Affectionate Look at the Marx Brothers

Affectionate Look at the Marx Brothers

Wayne and Shuster take a look at the famous comedy team and their film classics. The film also explores the early lives of the trio before they became superstars. Very nice docu-drama style film with plenty of action-laughed-packed clips from the Marx Brothers famous movies. You will especially enjoy the football clips in this film. Available from Nostalgia Merchant.

TV Variety Shows - Vol. 4

TV Variety Shows - Vol. 4

TV Variety Shows - Vol. 4

TV Variety Shows - Vol. 4 - Another rare collection of TV Variety shows from the early 1950s. Included in this set are game shows, musical variety, daytime family shows and more. There's even a wonderful, early patriotic special from Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. Be sure to check out our previous three volumes of TV Variety Shows. Available from Nostalgia Merchant.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Lock-Up

Lock-Up

Lock-Up

This rare TV classic from the 1950s dramatizes how innocent citizens can be accused and punished for serious crimes. The inspiration for these episodes came from the personal files and case histories of prominent, Philadelphia lawyer, Herbert L. Maris. Starring MacDonald Carey each half hour episode portrays the attorney as a man who has devoted his life to saving the innocent.  Purchase and view titles at Nostalgia Merchant.


The Gray Ghost - Vol. 1

The Gray Ghost - Vol. 1
The Gray Ghost - Vol.1

The Gray Ghost was based on the real-life military career of the legendary Confederate hero Major John Singleton Mosby, whose daring exploits and elusive raids of the Yankee forces in Virginia earned him the nick name “Gray Ghost.” This rare TV classic was devoted to duty, honor and love of country. Tod Andrews starred as Major Mosby. Also starring Phil Chambers. 1957-58.
The Gray Ghost only lasted one season. Volume One includes the Trailer Promo and three complete episodes. URGENT: This rare TV Classic could be withdrawn at any time and could be banned forever due to it’s politically incorrect content dealing with the Confederacy, the Confederate (Rebel)flag, and because it honors a Civil War hero. These episodes are excellent quality film transfers. Available from Nostalgia Merchant.

War of the Worlds

War of the Worlds Collection

War of the Worlds Collection

The Night America Trembled! The War of the Worlds was made famous by Orson Wells on his Mercury Theatre on the Air. It was performed as a Halloween episode of the series on October 30, 1938, and aired over the Columbia Broadcasting System. Directed and narrated by actor Orson Welles, the episode was an adaptation of H. G. Wells’ novel The War of the Worlds. This collection includes that original radio broadcast on compact disc, two film versions, as well as four more classic science-fiction movies. View titles and purchase from Nostalgia Merchant.