Robert Taylor DVDs Are On Sale at


Turner Classic Movies is running a big sale, including 14 Robert Taylor films. I would encourage anyone who wants these films to buy them now.  This would, I hope, encourage the release of more Taylor films on DVD.

These are the DVDs.  For more information or to buy, go to and click on Shop.

Ivanhoe  1952  $12.97
with Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Fontaine, George Sanders

Johnny Eager  1941  $14.96
with Lana Turner, Edward Arnold, Van Heflin

Knights of the Round Table 1953  $14.96
with Ava Gardner, Mel Ferrer

Lady of  the Tropics  1939  $16.46
with Hedy Lamarr

Many Rivers To Cross  1955  $8.42
with Eleanor Parker, Victor McLaglen, Alan Hale Jr.

Quo Vadis  1951  $14.96  (2 DVDs or 1 Blu-Ray)
with Deborah Kerr, Norman Wooland, Peter Ustinov, Leo Genn

Remember? 1939  $16.46
with Lew Ayres, Greer Garson

Saddle the Wind  1958  $8.42
with Julie London, John Cassavetes

Song of  Russia  1944  $16.46
with Susan Peters, Robert Benchley

Times Square Lady  1935  $16.46
with Virginia Bruce, Nat Pendleton

Valley of the Kings  1954  $16.46
with Eleanor Parker, Carlos Thompson, Samia Gamal

Waterloo Bridge  1940  $12.97
with Vivien Leigh

A Yank at Oxford  1938  $16.46
with Maureen O’Sullivan, Vivien Leigh, Griffith Jones

The Youngest Profession  1943  $13.46
with Virginia Weidler, Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon

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About giraffe44

I became a Robert Taylor fan at the age of 15 when his TV show, "The Detectives" premiered. My mother wanted to watch it because she remembered Mr. Taylor from the thirties. I took one look and that was it. I spent the rest of my high school career watching Robert Taylor movies on late night TV, buying photos of him, making scrapbooks and being a typical teenager. College, marriage and career intervened. I remember being sad when Mr. Taylor died. I mailed two huge scrapbooks to Ursula Thiess. I hope she got them. Time passed, retirement, moving to Florida. Then in 2012 my husband Fred pointed that there were two Robert Taylor movies that evening on Turner Classic Movies--"Ivanhoe" and "Quentin Durward." I watched both and it happened all over again. I started this blog both for fans and for people who didn't know about Robert Taylor. As the blog passes 200,000 views I'm delighted that so many people have come by and hope it will help preserve the legacy of this fine actor and equally good man.
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