Public Domain Catalog

Lost and Rare

Program Pricing

Price depends on your usage and size of an order. Films are available for Internet Streaming, TV broadcast, DVDs, schools, libraries, movie theaters and future venues that use public domain films.

Mpeg2 & Mpeg4 Digital Files.

All feature films, TV Shows and shorts are available in Mpeg2 or Mpeg4 Digital Files ready for Internet uploading or TV broadcast. Small orders are supplied on USB sticks and larger orders on external hard drives. Half-hour TV shows are $5 per episode and Feature Films are $22. Discounts are available on volume orders over 20 units. Inquire!

Some short features such as B-Westerns, B-Flicks and Pre-Code Hollywood are listed on those pages at $10 each.


Most films are available in DVD-R format. Rare DVD Treasures are available at at $19.95, but you can get them faster and cheaper by sending $19 via PayPal to I can also have Paypal send you an invoice.

Cafe Roxy Programs!

Cafe Roxy Programs contain features, cartoons and shorts and run close to two hours each. Price for DVD-R or Mpeg files is $25 per Program. Discounts are available for volume purchases.

Visit our How to Order page.

Order by email, phone to 952-470-2172, or purchase orders from institutions.

Sorry, but we no longer process Visa and Master Card charges. We love PAYPAL, which also charges your card but without the exhorbitant fees on merchants.

We also accept personal checks made out to Festival Films, Zelle and direct transfer to our bank account in certain cases.

Please note that we do not supply high definition or blu-ray formats. All of our films are high quality standard definition at relatively inexpensive prices.

Terms of Use

The special content of CafĂ© Roxy programs is © by Festival Films. We grant permission to use Roxy shows on TV and elsewhere, but they may not be duplicated and re-sold.

The Public Domain films that are not part of a Roxy program are... in the Public Domain! They may be duplicated, sold, broadcast on TV or the internet and used in other ways. Note that if you use an excerpt from a public domain film in another work like a documentary, then you might need to pay music rights or for the use of the likenesses of any famous people appearing in the film clips.