GIVEAWAY: 15 movies {action, sci-fi, war favorites} on DVD! {ends 5/29}

Mill Creek Entertainment recently released three collections of DVDs (with 5 movies on each collection) and one of my lucky readers has a chance to win ALL three!

About the collections:
Action Adventures - 5 Western Classics:

GIVEAWAY: 15 movies {action, sci-fi, war favorite
One-Eyed Jacks
(1961) Color Not Rated
Marlon Brando, Karl Malden, Slim Pickens

A pair of bandits makes off with the gold from a bank heist but an opportunity arises where one man takes the gold for himself, leaving his partner to take the blame and face imprisonment in Mexican jail. Escaping from prison many years later, the wronged bandit searches for his former partner to exact his revenge upon him. The bandit finds his former partner has become a respected sheriff in California and the man still wishes to eliminate the man he betrayed.

Dan Candy’s Law
(1973) Color Rated PG
Donald Sutherland, Kevin McCarthy, Chief Dan George

Dan Candy (Donald Sutherland) is a Canadian Mountie searching for the Native American who murdered his partner. His relentless pursuit of the killer ends up placing him in extreme peril when the hunter becomes the hunted.

Gone with the West
(1978) Color Rated R
James Caan, Sammy Davis Jr., Stephanie Powers

Enlivened by star turns from James Caan and Sammy Davis, Jr. we follow the tale of a not-so-reputable hero, Jud McGraw and a less-than-innocent Indian maid, known as Little Moon. They have both come to the deserted town of Black Miller to settle old scores. Out of the smoldering cinders of the town love finds a way in this delightful romantic western.

(1970) Color Not Rated
Clint Walker, Barry Sullivan, Kathryn Hays

Dave Harmon (Clint Walker) is a U.S. Marshal is sent to the territory of Yuma to bring justice to an otherwise lawless land. All previous marshals have been run out of the territory, mainly due to the actions of Arch King, a man who only works by his laws. The new marshal is set up for shooting a man and it appears that King and some U.S. soldiers are involved in the plot. Harmon is forced to defend himself and expose the corruption in Yuma.

Colorado Sundown
(1952) B&W Not Rated
Rex Allen, Slim Pickens, Mary Ellen Kay

The heirs to a Colorado ranch look to exploit their timber interests on the ranch at the expense of the cattle ranchers in the area. The heirs are shocked to discover their recently deceased father has also left the ranch to two other relatives. Not wanting to share their newfound wealth or have them discover their plans, the evil siblings decide to eliminate their relatives, just as they had done with an inquisitive forest ranger. What the devious duo didn’t expect to contend with is ranch foreman Rex Allen arriving with his boss, one of the relatives, who uncovers their plans and looks to stop them.

Sci-Fi Cinema - 5 Futuristic Films:

Sci-Fi Cinema - 5 Futuristic Films
Hands of Steel
(1986) Color Rated R
John Saxon, Daniel Greene, Janet Agren

An international industrialist is determined to stop the interference of a world-leading ecological scientist. The industrialist hopes to continue his profitable, but environmentally unsafe practices, by sending his cyborg assassin to kill him. His plans take a turn when the cyborg’s human side takes control and he refuses to kill the scientist, thus threatening to expose the evil man’s enterprises.

Laser Mission
(1990) Color Rated R
Brandon Lee, Ernest Borgnine, Debi Monahan

Kidnapped by Soviet agents, Professor Braun (Ernest Borgnine) is forced to work on a powerful laser weapon that could be used to enslave the world. The CIA decides to send agents Michael Gold (Brandon Lee) and Alissa (Debi Monahan) into Cuba to retrieve the scientist and a cache of diamonds being used to build the weapon.

Abraxas - Guardian of the Universe
(1990) Color Rated R
Jesse Ventura, Sven Ole-Thorsen, Marjorie Bransfield, Damian Lee, Jerry Levitan, Ken Quinn

An alien fugitive arrives on Earth hoping to evade detection from the authorities sent to find him. What he didn't factor in his plans was the determination of the agent dispatched to retrieve him, Abraxas (Ventura). Complicating this situation is the fugitive taking up with an Earth woman and impregnating her with what could be a dangerous alien/human hybrid.

(1989) Color Rated PG-13
Bill Paxton, Mark Hamill, Ben Kingsley, F. Murray Abraham

In the near future when the Earth has suffered an environmental disaster, a fugitive has been captured by a pair of cops with the intent of bringing him in for the huge reward. A bounty hunter learns of the capture and takes the fugitive from the officers, to claim the reward himself, and escapes with his prisoner into the slipstream, a region of howling winds that encircle the Earth, with the cops hot on his trail.

The Firing Line
(1991) Color Not Rated
Reb Brown, Shannon Tweed, Michael Monty

This action film features Reb Brown as Mark Hardin, a Pentagon advisor working in a South American country. After witnessing the execution of a rebel leader without a trial, he discovers a covert group of American servicemen have been perpetrating the atrocities on the rebels. His questioning the actions of his fellow advisors brings him no answers and just gets him tortured by his own men. Escaping from his captors, he is forced on the run with an innocent woman (Shannon Tweed) in tow. Mark and the woman team up with the very rebels he was brought in to help capture in order to fight back.

War Favorites - 5 Classic Action Films:

War Favorites - 5 Classic Action Films giveaway
This is the Army
(1943) Color Not Rated
Ronald Reagan, George Murphy, Joan Leslie

In this Oscar-winning film, a musical is put on for the servicemen fighting in World War I and a soldier who performed in the show heads off to war, where he is wounded and is forced to give up his career as a performer and become a producer. When World War II breaks out, the cast of the original musical decide to stage a new version for the servicemen heading off to fight. The producer’s son, soon to be heading off to battle, is torn by his love for his fiancĂ©e and his call to duty so he refuses to marry her until after the war.

Go For Broke
(1951) B&W Not Rated
Van Johnson, Lane Nakano, George Miki

In this Oscar-nominated film, a group of Japanese-American volunteers is organized into the 442nd Regimental Combat Team for deployment into the European theatre of operations. Led by Lt. Mike Grayson, a bigoted Texan with no faith in the skills or conviction of the men under his command, the recruits train hard to prove themselves to their commander, the army and themselves.

Blood on the Sun
(1945) B&W Not Rated
James Cagney, Sylvia Sidney, Porter Hall

This Oscar-winning film begins prior to the outbreak of World War II. Nick Condon (James Cagney), the American editor of a Tokyo newspaper, suspects the Japanese military is responsible for the deaths of his two friends. Discovering information about the “Tanaka Plan”, a Japanese military outline for world conquest, Condon vows to secure the document and get it into the hands of the American military at any cost. Teaming up with a half-Chinese woman, Condon sets out to secure the plans in spite of the problems brought upon him by the Tokyo police, the Japanese High Command, and the traitorous actions of a fellow journalist.

(1947) Color Not Rated
James Stewart, Lloyd Bridges, Robert Lowery

The documentary chronicles the exploits of the P-47 Thunderbolt pilots of the "Fighting Gamecocks" of the 65th Fighter squadron, 57th Fighter Group. Based on the island of Corsica off the northwest coast of the Italian boot, they flew from behind the enemy's flank. As part of "Operation Strangle," they continuously attacked highways, bridges, ammo dumps, railroads and just about anything that moved to choke off the flow of supplies to the Axis front line.

Combat America
(1943) Color Not Rated
Clark Gable, Bob Hope, Frances Langford

This documentary was produced in 1943 under the guidance of then Army Air Force Lieutenant Clark Gable. This film features a single 8th Air Force B-17 crew from the 351st Bombardment Group based in England. The documentary follows the ground and aircrew from their training through a series of bombing missions over Europe.


Enter via the widget below. One winner will win all three movie collections, for a total of 15 movies!

Giveaway will end on Monday, May 29th, at 11:59pm EST, and winner will be notified the next day via email, and have 24 hours to respond, or an alternate winner will be chosen.

U.S. residents only, please.

Good luck!

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