COLUMBIA CLASSICS: Edward G. Robinson in I Am the Law

Three more from Sony's Columbia Classics line are on their way with Edward G. Robinson highlighting this wave in I Am the Law (1938).Click here to read the full story.

WARNER ARCHIVE: The Oklahoma Kid & More in Cagney Wave

Three James Cagney films make up this week's Warner Archive releases.

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OLIVE: Johnny Come Lately & Love Happy - DVD & Blu in May

Dormant for some time, Olive Films is back with two releases scheduled for May 6thJohnny Come Lately (1943) and Love Happy (1949) on both DVD and Blu-Ray.

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FOX ARCHIVES: Betty Grable, Alice Faye & Joan Bennett in Latest Wave

Three more sought-after titles, with top-notch leading ladies, have been confirmed for release by Fox as part of their Cinema Archives line. Click here to read the full story.

BLU CRITERION: Red River, Ace in the Hole in May

Criterion has scheduled May street dates for their Blu-Ray / DVD Combo's of Howard Hawks' Red River (1948) and Billy Wilder's Ace in the Hole (1951). Click here to read the full story.

WARNER ARCHIVE: What Price Hollywood? & Shemp Vitaphone Collection

An early George Cukor drama, What Price Hollywood? (1932) starring Constance Bennett, has been announced by Warner as part of their Archive line. Click here to read the full story.

Francis the Talking Mule - The Complete Collection in April

A rare non-MOD, non-Blu-ray release coming from Universal as they have announced Francis the Talking Mule - The Complete Collection for release on April 29th. Click here to read the full story.

TIMELESS: Gene Autry Collection, Vol. 6

More Gene Autry from Timeless Media as they have announced Gene Autry Collection, Vol. 6 for release on May 6th.

Two of the four titles are making their DVD debut (Barbed Wire & Winning of the West) and bonus features are expected, but have yet to be announced.

The 2-disc set will retail for $16.97, but is available at for only $14.99.

Gene Autry is the only entertainer with all five stars on Hollywood's Walk of Fame, one each for Radio, Recording, Motion Pictures, Television and Live performance. He was the silver screen's first singing cowboy and is credited with creating the genre of the musical B Western.

As the star of 89 feature films, Gene brings music, comedy and action to each of his roles. Now, for the first time on DVD, Gene Autry's rollicking big screen adventures and unforgettable tunes are brought home in these Western classics, fully restored and uncut from Autry's personal film archives.

The Strawberry Roan (1948, 79 min.)
In Gene Autry's first color picture, Champion stars in the title role as a wild stallion who becomes a legend of the West. More exciting than any manhunt is the furious pursuit of an outlaw stallion, branded a killer, and the two-fisted cowboy who fights off a gun-crazed posse to win justice for the noble animal. Filmed in magnificent Cinecolor against the beauty of Arizona landscapes, The Strawberry Roan combines thrill-filled action with a tender story of loyalty and includes five great Western songs!

Rim of the Canyon (1949, 70 min.)
Gene Autry's horse Champion is stolen by three escaped convicts, two of whom had been captured twenty years earlier by Gene's father, City Marshal Steve Autry (Gene in a dual role) after the theft of $30,000 from "Big Tim" Hanlon, a bonanza king. Gene traces the convicts to the ghost town where they stashed the money and finds schoolteacher Ruth Lambert, who claims to have talked to Big Tim, long believed dead. Loco John, a prospector, warns Gene that the killers are in the area.

The convicts storm into town, cannot find the money and blame Gene. A slugfest follows, with Gene and his friends hunted through the spooky buildings. Gene recovers his horse and a gun and shoots down one of the convicts, while an angry Champion tramples another to death. Big Tim, who is really alive, recovers the stolen $30,000, leaving Gene and Ruth talking about romance.

Barbed Wire (1952, 62 min.)
In 1878, Gene Autry is a cattle buyer who tries to settle a battle between the cattlemen and homesteaders, when the latter are worked up into a feverish pitch by unscrupulous landowner Steve Rutledge.

Winning of the West (1953, 58 min.)
Territorial Ranger Gene Autry is ordered to protect crusading publisher John Randolph and printer Smiley Burnette from some unscrupulous crooks who are using Indian raids as a cover-up for their bandit activities. When Gene's outlaw brother kills Randolph, Gene is suspected of being reluctant to capture him.

FOX ARCHIVES: 5 Fingers & The Great Profile

A James Mason thriller and "The Great Profile" lampoons himself in this week's Fox Cinema Archives wave. Click here to read the full story.

WARNER ARCHIVE: Film Noir, Brother Rat and More in Mammoth Wave

Today, in their most prolific wave in almost two years, Warner announced nine new-to-DVD titles as part of their Archive line. Click here to read the full story.

FOX ARCHIVES: Follow the Sun & The Pride of St. Louis

Two sports biopics make up this week's wave from Fox's Cinema Archives line. Click here to read the full story.