Warner Archive is offering 20% off everything through February 21 for Presidents’ Day. (Does not include pre-orders, does include MGM, Sony, and HBO, does include free shipping.) At checkout, enter code PREZDAY. Expires 2/21/12.
What, is that MGM mention a surprise? WarnerArchive.com now offers the MGM Limited Edition Collection, similar made-on-demand discs from the MGM/Fox library. Over 140 are now available, including
* Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw (1976) — Lynda Carter (Wonder Woman) plays a carhop who wants to be a country singer but winds up committing robbery and murder. A drive-in classic.
* Cold Turkey (1971) — Dick Van Dyke, Bob Newhart, and Tom Poston star in a comedy about one town’s attempt to have everyone quit smoking. Directed by Norman Lear.
* Fitzwilly (1967) — Another from Dick Van Dyke’s short movie career, this time with him as a butler who masterminds a crime ring in order to keep his employer from realizing she’s penniless. Also stars Barbara Feldon (Get Smart).
* Futureworld (1976) — The sequel to Westworld, about a fantasy amusement park staffed by robots. Stars Peter Fonda and Blythe Danner.
That’s just a few; there are lots more MGM available.
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