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Elv1s: 30 #1 Hits

Elvis Presley

52nd Street

Billy Joel

Walt Disney: The Triumph of the American Imagination

Neal Gabler

A Thousand Lives: The Untold Story of Jonestown

Julia Scheeres

Big

Starring Tom Hanks, Elizabeth Perkins and Robert Loggia, and directed by Penny Marshall

Midnight in Paris

Starring Owen Wilson, Kathy Bates, Adrien Brody and Carla Bruni, and directed by Woody Allen

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Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me / Mac Davis

At his commercial peak in the mid-1970s, Mac Davis was one of America’s most popular entertainers, a “countrypolitan”-styled singer and actor who found considerable success in both fields. He also wrote music for artists like Glen Campbell, Bobby Goldsboro, Lou Rawls and Kenny Rogers & the First Edition

Milli Vanilli: Greatest Hits

Nearly a decade after Boney M called it quits, the man behind the band, Frank Farian, put together a musically similar duo that became more successful (and infamous) than anyone expected. This collection features the most popular tracks from Milli Vanilli, whose recordings are now out of print in the U.S. and yet in high demand. It features “Blame It on the Rain,” “Girl You Know It’s True,” “Baby Don’t Forget My Number” and more.

The Real James Dean

Author Peter L. Winkler brings us the first book of its kind: a rich collection spanning six decades of writing in which many of the people whose lives were touched by James Dean recall their indelible experiences with the Hollywood legend in their own words.

The Flintstones

The creative team of Hanna-Barbera was the genius behind the first adult-targeted cartoon and longest-running series of its genre. The family shenanigans of Fred, Wilma, Barney, Betty and their kids were fresh and groundbreaking for the day — the notion of a “modern” cave society using dinosaurs, stone and wood in outrageously inventive ways.

Open Heart

Facing emergency heart surgery and his own mortality, Nobel Peace Prize-winning author and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel reflects on his life. Emotions, images, faces and questions flash through his mind. His family before and during the unspeakable Event. The gifts of marriage and children and grandchildren that followed.

The Essential Johnny Mathis

One of the last and most popular in a long line of traditional male vocalists who emerged before the rock-dominated 1960s, Johnny Mathis concentrated on romantic readings of jazz and pop standards for the ever-shrinking adult contemporary audience of the ’60s and ’70s.

Celebrity Birthdays

1897 – Nobel Prize-winning novelist William Faulkner (“‘The Sound and the Fury,” “As I Lay Dying”) (d. 1962)

1929 – Retired Emmy-winning TV journalist-host Barbara Walters, the first woman to co-anchor a network evening news broadcast

1944 – Oscar and Golden Globe-winning actor Michael Douglas (“The Streets of San Francisco,” “The China Syndrome,” “Romancing the Stone,” “Wall Street,” “The War of the Roses,” “Falling Down,” “The American President,” “Wonder Boys,” “Last Vegas”)

1947 – Supermodel-actress Cheryl Tiegs, remembered for adorning covers of the “Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue” and for her 1978 “Pink Bikini” poster, which became an iconic image of 1970s pop culture

1951 – Actor Mark Hamill, best known for playing Luke Skywalker in the “Star Wars” movies

1952 – Actor Christopher Reeve, who was paralyzed in a 1995 horse-riding accident (“Superman,” “Somewhere in Time,” “Deathtrap,” “The Remains of the Day”) (d. 2004)

1961 – Actress Heather Locklear (“TJ Hooker,” “Melrose Place,” “Spin City”)

1968 – Grammy-winning actor-rapper Will Smith (“The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” “Independence Day,” “Men in Black,” “Ali,” “I, Robot,” “I Am Legend,” “Hancock,” “After Earth,” “Suicide Squad”)

1969 – Oscar-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones (“The Mask of Zorro,” “Entrapment,” “Traffic,” “Chicago,” “Oceans Twelve,” “The Terminal”)

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The Partridge Family

C’mon, get happy! TV’s favorite family of rock n’ rollers are back on the bus and ready to groove to the songs you remember: “I Think I Love You,” “I Woke Up In Love,” and “Somebody Wants To Love You.” Starring Shirley Jones and David Cassidy.

Abracadabra / Steve Miller Band

Few artists of the classic-rock era moved with the times as fluidly and successfully as Milwaukee-born, Texas-raised Steve Miller. Different from his earlier work, this album is pop in construction and attitude, filled with effervescent melodies and a few silly lyrics — perhaps none more noteworthy than the immortal couplet “Abra-Abracadabra/I wanna reach out and grab ya.”

Khrushchev's Cold War

This acclaimed study brings to life head-to-head confrontations between the Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev and Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy. Drawing on unrivaled access to Politburo and KGB materials, authors Aleksandr Fursenko and Timothy Naftali provide a gripping history of the crisis years of the Cold War.

Beach Party / Bikini Beach

A winning combination of Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello paves the way to fun times at the beach. It’s the ’60s after all, and a time for rockin’ and rollin’ and bikinis galore.

The American President

The world’s most powerful man has met his match! Michael Douglas is the widower President wooing environmental lobbyist Annette Bening in this romantic hit directed by Rob Reiner.

Enemy of the State

An attorney finds his life threatened when he becomes the target of the NSA’s surveillance apparatus. Stripped of his identity, he learns to fight back using the technology that the NSA is using against him. Starring Will Smith and Gene Hackman.

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The Definitive Collection / Louis Armstrong

This production features stunningly remastered sound (even the earliest Louis Armstrong cuts from 1938 are hiss-free, full-bodied and remarkably clear), along with a 16-page booklet containing rare photos and detailed session liner notes. It’s a rich portrait of Satchmo, covering numerous highlights in the career of this legendary American artist.

The Best of Berlin / Millennium Collection

Berlin’s music is submerged new wave synth-pop that is varied most successfully by Terri Nunn’s agile vocal arrangements. This collection features such fan favorites like “No More Words,” “Take My Breath Away,” “The Metro” and many more.

Scooby-Doo Where Are You

From its first airings in September 1969, “Scooby-Doo Where Are You” became an animated classic. Sleuthing up mystery and suspense, the Mystery Inc. gang — Fred, Velma, Daphne, Shaggy, and their talking dog Scooby — always find that no mystery is too scary and no adventure too dangerous for their collective detective work.

Jim Henson: The Biography

Jim Henson was a gentle dreamer whose genial bearded visage was recognized around the world. Most people only got to know him through the iconic characters born of his imagination: Kermit the Frog, Bert and Ernie, Miss Piggy, Big Bird. The Muppets made Henson a household name, but they were just part of his remarkable story.

What I Know For Sure

From Tavis Smiley, the man who catapulted “The Covenant with Black America” to No. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list comes, a searing memoir of poverty, ambition, pain and atonement.

Hershey

The name Hershey evokes images of chocolate and the town in Pennsylvania. But who is the man behind the name? In this compelling biography, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Michael D’Antonio presents the rags-to-riches story of Milton Hershey, a largely uneducated businessman whose idealistic sense of purpose created an immense financial empire, a town and a legacy that lasts to this day.

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The Best of The Monkees

A treasure trove for all Monkees fans, this collection packages the jangly guitars and mop-topped harmonies of “Last Train to Clarksville” and “Pleasant Valley Sunday,” the plaintive piano and Davy Jones’ wistful vocals on lovelorn ballad “Daydream Believer,” the woozy psychedelia of “Porpoise Song,” from the band’s trippy 1968 movie, “Head,” and much more.

Nevermind / Nirvana

Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” “Come As You Are,” “In Bloom,” “Lithium,” and “Breed” are corrosive anthems that ignited a movement, slammed shut a decade of excess, and catapulted the underground into the mainstream.

Warner Bros. Animation Art

Warner Bros made its archives available to researchers to trace the history of its most famous characters. This book traces the history of those characters and the artists that created them, telling the story of Warner Brothers, how the animation unit was established and how it grew.

King of the World

In charting Ali’s rise from the gyms of Louisville to his epochal fights against Liston and Floyd Patterson, Pulitzer Prize-winning author David Remnick creates a canvas of unparalleled richness. “King of the World” does justice to the speed, grace, courage, humor and ebullience of one of the greatest athletes and irresistibly dynamic personalities of our time.

Mrs. Doubtfire

The eccentric father (Robin Williams) of three children dresses as a British nanny so he can care for his children at the home of their unsuspecting mother (Sally Field) in this bright, heartwarming comedy directed by Chris Columbus.

The King's Speech

Winner of four Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Actor, “The King’s Speech” is based on the true story of King George VI’s quest to find his voice. Starring Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter.

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Ultimate Survivor

Survivor

Zooropa

U2

That's All Folks: The Art of Warner Bros. Animation

Steve Schneider

Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb

Starring Peter SellersPeter Bull and George C. Scott, and directed by Stanley Kubrick

An Unfinished Life

Starring Robert RedfordJennifer Lopez and Morgan Freeman, and directed by Lasse Hallström

The Three Musketeers

Alexandre Dumas