Descriptive Video Tape Catalog
(Updated May 2012)
Family and Children
Vibrant animated Disney production based on Edgar Rice Burroughs' classic character, Tarzan. Deep within the African jungle, a mother gorilla finds an orphaned boy and adopts him as her own. He grows up with the animals, but with the sudden appearance of his own kind, including the beautiful Jane, two worlds are about to become one. Rated G. 1999. DV 253.
Telegrams from the Dead
From 1850 to 1890, a belief in spiritualism gripped the country. Abraham Lincoln, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Frederick Douglass are just a few of the people who followed the "discoveries" of the spirit world as "revealed" through thousands of mediums. Closed Captioned. Not Rated. DV 114.
Telephone: The American Experience
Have you ever heard of a "harmonic telegraph"? That's what Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Watson originally called the telephone. This is the story of the invention that forever changed the way the world interacts. Closed Captioned. Not Rated. DV 205.
The Tell-Tale Heart
In this harrowing adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic horror story, a shy and reclusive bachelor in tenth century Paris is driven by jealous rage to an act of brutal violence. He manages to cover up his crime, but then finds himself hounded to the brink of madness by guilt over what he has done. Not Rated. 1962. DV 486.
The Ten Commandments
This great epic tells the story of Moses, the Pharaoh's favorite, who turned his back on a privileged life to lead his people to freedom. Charlton Heston and Yul Brynner head an all-star cast. Two video set. Closed Captioned. Rated G. 1956. DV 115.
Ten to Midnight
A high tension police thriller in which Charles Bronson stars as a cop who goes after a killer who has discovered how to commit the “perfect” murder. Contains violence, strong language, and nudity. Rated R. 1983. DV 247.
Steven Spielberg directed this tale of Viktor Navorski, an Eastern European who arrives at New York's Kennedy Airport just as his homeland has fallen to a coup. Without a valid citizenship, he is forced to take indefinite residence in the airport's expansive International Arrivals Terminal. Loosely based on a true story. Stars Tom Hanks, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Stanley Tucci. Contains strong language. Rated PG-13. 2004. DV 528.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Arnold Schwarzenegger is the Terminator, a cyborg that has been reprogrammed and sent back in time to protect a boy destined to lead the freedom fighters of the future. Contains violence, strong language, and nudity. Closed Captioned. Rated R. 1991. DV 116.
Terms of Endearment
Shirley McLaine and Debra Winger are unforgettable as mother and daughter locked in a turbulent relationship over thirty years. Winner of five Academy Awards. Closed Captioned. Rated PG. 1983. DV 117.
That Uncertain Feeling
To their friends and the society press, Jill and Larry Baker are known as the Happy Bakers. But their marriage is threatened by a recurring case of hiccups and an eccentric pianist. Stars Merle Oberon, Melvyn Douglas, and Burgess Meredith. Not Rated. 1941. DV 487.
Theatre of Blood
A second-rate actor murders his critics in Shakespearean style to get revenge for bad reviews. This British horror film has some brilliantly funny moments. Stars Vincent Price and Diana Rigg. Contains violence. Rated R. 1973. DV 343.
There’s Something About Mary
Due to an unfortunate accident, Ted misses going to his prom with the girl of his dreams, Mary. Contains strong language and sexual situations. Rated R. 1998. DV 238.
The Third Man
Holly Martins is an alcoholic pulp writer come to visit his old friend Harry Lime, but when he first arrives in Vienna, Lime's funeral is underway. From Lime's girlfriend and an occupying British officer, Martins learns of allegations of Lime's involvement in racketeering, which Martins vows to clear from his friend's reputation. Starring Orson Welles and Joseph Cotten. Not Rated. 1949. DV 129.
Three Came Home
Held by the Japanese during World War II, an American woman struggles to keep herself and her little boy alive. This is a compelling drama about courage and unexpected friendship in the face of adversity. Stars Claudette Colbert. Not Rated. 1950. DV 344.
Three Men and a Baby
The arrival of a baby drastically changes the lives of three bachelors. Starring Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson. Closed Captioned. Rated PG. 1987. DV 118.
A tale of poker buddies, Marvin and Harry, whose Thursday poker game ends abruptly, prompting the friends to use the game as a pretext to get away from their failing marriages for a little fun. Stars Gene Wilder, Bob Newhart, Ellen Burstyn, Cloris Leachman and Rob Reiner. Rated PG. 1974. DV 382.
Till the Clouds Roll By
This delightful musical biography of songwriter Jerome Kern fills the screen with an all-star cast including Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Lena Horne, Dinah Shore and Van Heflin. Not Rated. 1946. DV 345.
Starring Piper Laurie and Mel Gibson. Lush, well meaning chronicle of the relationship between an older woman and a younger, retarded man. Based on the Colleen McCullough novel. Not Rated. 1979. DV 135.
A Time to Die
Toward the end of World War II, S.S. troops torture an American spy and brutally murder his wife and her entire village. After the war and hell-bent on vengeance, he sets out to hunt the killers down, one by one. Starring Rex Harrison, Rod Taylor and Edward Albert Jr. Contains violence, strong language, and nudity. Rated R. 1983. DV 346.
To Kill a Mockingbird
Academy Award winner Gregory Peck stars in this classic, coming-of-age story about a single father who is a lawyer confronting racism in a small Alabama town in the 1930s. Not Rated. 1962. DV 148.
Tom Cruise is a daring young flyer who's out to become the best at the Navy's fighter weapons school. Closed Captioned. Rated PG. 1986. DV 119.
Stuck in limbo after they're killed in a car crash, a couple of Manhattan socialites decide to earn their way into heaven by liberating their stern banker from his straight-laced spouse and teaching him how to enjoy life. Cary Grant and Constance Bennett star with Roland Young in this classic comedy. Not Rated. 1937. DV 538.
When a beautiful young woman is murdered by mistake, her spirit persuades Cosmo Topper to help her solve the crime and prevent the killer from striking again. Stars Joan Blondell and Roland Young. Not Rated. 1941. DV 347.
Set in the year 2084, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone star in a mindbending, nightmarish conspiracy that involves a Martian mining colony ruled by a terrorizing dictator who can alter reality. Contains violence, strong language, and nudity. Closed Captioned. Rated R. 1990. DV 120.
Family and Children
This computer-animated Disney film brings to life a child's room full of toys. Woody, a take charge, pull-string cowboy and Buzz, a flashy space ranger ignite a toy land rivalry until the duo join forces to escape the evil plans of a toy-torturing boy named Sid. Closed Captioned. Rated G. 1995. DV 125.
Toy Story 2
Family and Children
In this Disney computer-animated sequel to Toy Story, Andy is away at summer camp when Woody is toynapped by Al, a greedy collector. Buzz Lightyear, Mr. Potato Head, Hamm, Rex and Slinky Dog spring into action in a thrilling and hilarious rescue mission. Featuring the original voice cast, headed by Tom Hanks as Woody and Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear. Closed Captioned. Rated G. 1999. DV 356.
Film version of Charles Portis's novel about an over-the-hill marshal who helps a fourteen-year-old track down her father's killer. Starring John Wayne. Closed Captioned. Rated PG. 1969. DV 121.
Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as a special agent whose secret life is revealed when he and his wife find themselves in the clutches of international terrorists in this exhilarating mix of nonstop action and romantic comedy. Contains violence and strong language. Closed Captioned. Rated R. 1994. DV 122.
Can a cattleman’s daughter become the “Oil Queen” and still remain true to her heritage and herself? Set at the height of the Oklahoma oil boom in the 1920s, this explosive drama stars Susan Hayward and Robert Preston. Not Rated. 1949. DV 348.
This two-tape set includes two episodes of Twilight Zone. In “Dust”, the father of a man guilty for running over a child while drunk, buys a bag of magic dust to save his son. In “A Game of Pool”, a pool player challenges the dead champion to a game, the bet is life or death. He wins, but now has to be challenged for eternity. Not Rated. DV 262.
Comedy about genetically designed twins who discover each other's existence at the age of 35. They meet and set off on a hilarious cross-country adventure to find their mother. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny Devito. Rated PG. 1988. DV 235.
Two Weeks Notice
Sandra Bullock plays a brilliant but neurotic attorney, and Hugh Grant, her charming, irresponsible, and fabulously wealthy client. They cannot seem to get along until they finally realize what they cannot get along without is each other. Rated PG. 2002. DV 507.
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