Dune on VHS. Movie starring Kyle MacLachlan, Virginia Madsen, Francesca Annis, Leonardo Cimino, Brad Dourif, José Ferrer, Max Von Sydow, Linda Hunt, Sting. Directed by David Lynch. 1984.
A Place Beyond Your Dreams. A Movie Beyond Your Imagination.
From the VHS box (sealed):
The long-awaited film version of Frank Herbert’s classic science fiction epic, Dune, explodes on the screen with dazzling special effects, unforgettable images and powerful performances.
The saga of intergalactic warrior Paul Atreides and his messianic rise to leadership features an all-star cast including Jose Ferrer, Max Von Sydow, Oscar-winner Linda Hunt and rock legend, Sting.
This monumental Dino De Laurentiis presentation is directed by Davis Lynch with photography by Academy Award winner Freddie Francis, music by Grammy-winner Toto and incredible monster creations by E.T.’s Carlo Rimbaldi. Visit an unbelievable world beyond time and space, and experience the ultimate adventure that goes beyond the imagination.
The Big Brawl aka Battle Creek Brawl on VHS. Starring Jackie Chan, Kristine DeBell, José Ferrer, Mako. With Rosalind Chao, H.B. Haggerty, Ron Max, Directed by Robert Clouse. 1980.
From the box:
Chan — whose Asian films became a bigger box-office draw than Lee’s — plays Jerry Kwan, the fun-loving, Americanized son of a tradition-bound Asian family operating a restaurant in Depression era Chicago. But Chan would rather fight than cook, using the skills taught to him by his uncle and mentor (Mako). And fight he does, whether he’s setting gangland Chicago on its pin-stripped keester or battling his way through a fabulously frantic roller-skating tournament that makes professional Roller Derby look like a Sunday stroll in the park.
The hard-hitting fun intensifies when a gangland patriarch (José Ferrer) blackmails Chan into representing him at the annual Battle Creek, Texas, strongmen’s slugfest where the brawling breaks out before the national anthem ends.
One by one, Chan outwits and outfights a series of Goliaths who look mean enough to sprinkle nails on their morning cornflakes. But these behemoths are only a warm-up for the mayhem that awaits Chan when he is lured into the town’s theater — and a special seat is reserved for you to witness the no-holds-barred conclusion.