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  • Warner Archive 3 For $100 Multi Disc Sale

    Salutations, sale seekers, In addition to the previously announced Warner Archive Collection “4 for $44 plus Free Shipping” sale, the label has expanded their pre-holiday discounts to their multi-disc box sets.  Over 200 titles are on sale through 12/10/17 at 11:59 PST on a “3 for $100 plus Free...
  • The Bottom Shelf Shop is Open for Business

    Looking for the perfect gift for the movie lover in your life?  The Bottom Shelf Shop is now open, with hand-picked Blu-ray, DVD, and film-related book recommendations.  Just click on the “Shop” links in the menus at the top of the site. Plus if you purchase something from Amazon...
  • Take a Good Look (1959-1961)

    It’s only October, but I can already name the best video release of the year.  That honor goes to Shout! Factory’s Ernie Kovacs: Take A Good Look: The Definitive Collection, which contains every surviving episode of a short-lived game show hosted by avant-garde television comedian Ernie Kovacs. Kovacs has...
  • Garv’s Pick of the Week: Porky Pig 101 (Warner Archive)

    For the release week of 9/19/17: Garv’s Pick of the Week: Porky Pig 101 : Bugs Bunny wasn’t Warner Brothers‘ first animated superstar. Five years prior to the creation of the wascally wabbit, a stuttering pig without any pants put Looney Tunes on the map.  Now...
  • Porky Pig 5-DVD Set

    Bugs Bunny was not Warner Brothers‘ first animated superstar.  Five years prior to the creation of the wascally wabbit, a stuttering pig without any pants put Looney Tunes on the map.  Later this year, the studio will celebrate its portly sensation with a 5-disc DVD collection of Porky Pig’s...
  • You’re Never Too Young (1955)

    Motion pictures provided a poor showcase for the comedy team of Martin & Lewis.  As nightclub comedians, they thrived on the spontaneity of live performance, where they could jump in and out of character, ad-lib, interact with the audience, and try to crack each other up.  Movies were too...
  • Three Marion Davies Silent DVDs Debut July 25th

    Only around 30% of all American films produced in the silent era survive in some form, and only 25% survive in a complete print.  A much smaller percentage are available to the general public in some home video format.  Ben Model and his video label, Undercrank Productions, are doing...
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