From noir to holiday classics, here are six popular vintage films that are far more difficult to watch than they should be.
Rebecca by Hitchcock only won one Best Picture Oscar, yet it is still a classic. You can't stream it; it's only on DVD.
Spellbound, a 1945 movie starring Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck, is no longer accessible to stream and is no longer being made on DVD.
All That Heaven Allows," a movie from 1955 by Douglas Sirk, is now a masterpiece of social drama. Streaming is not an option, therefore the only choice is the Criterion Collection DVD.
An atomic-age private investigator stumbles onto a sci-fi plot involving a hitchhiker and a briefcase. Tarantino adores moody noir. Collector's edition, no stream.
"Sweet Charity," directed by Bob Fosse and starring Shirley MacLaine, is a distinct but difficult-to-find rendition of his Broadway smash.
A compelling story of a Depression-era dancing contest, inspired a "Gilmore Girls" episode but is unavailable to view or buy. Nine Oscar-nominated Jane Fonda film.
Many Hollywood movies are forgotten soon after they come out, but certain masterpieces are in danger of being forgotten because they aren't on big streaming sites.