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My cherce for disc o' the month (vote for three) is...
The Ancient Law 0 (0%)
The Great Silence 1 (2.5%)
Kid Nightingale 0 (0%)
A Modern Hero 1 (2.5%)
Night of the Lepus 4 (10%)
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers 3 (7.5%)
Designing Woman 0 (0%)
King of Hearts 1 (2.5%)
Jack the Giant Killer 2 (5%)
The Late Great Planet Earth 0 (0%)
The Chaser 0 (0%)
I, Jane Doe 0 (0%)
My Past 0 (0%)
Two Weeks in Another Town 1 (2.5%)
Under Capricorn 4 (10%)
The Woman in the Window 6 (15%)
My Gal Sal 0 (0%)
The Colossus of Rhodes 0 (0%)
The Complete Hal Roach Thelma Todd and Patsy Kelly Comedy Collection 8 (20%)
The Curse of the Cat People 3 (7.5%)
Female Trouble 1 (2.5%)
The Pink Panther Cartoon Collection: Vol. 2 3 (7.5%)
Superfly 0 (0%)
Survive! 0 (0%)
Tender Comrade 2 (5%)
Total Votes: 40
Disc of the Month; June, 2018
Topic Started: Jun 3 2018, 04:25 PM (240 Views)
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Last month's winner was The House That Dripped Blood, and nobody's more surprised than *I* am.
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A weird month, June is.

I'd take any of the Warner Archive DVDs - but not at that price. I don't much like Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, but I know how awesome it would look and sound on my home screen, so I'll probably pick that up (it's no more expensive than Warner Archive DVDs, $15.99 at my record shop). Jack the Giant Killer, Thelma & Patsy, and Curse of Cat People: each a must; Woman in the Window upgrade is a possibly. I'm sure I'll get Superfly and eventually Pink Panther Vol. 2.

"I'm glad that this question came up, because there are so many ways to answer it that one of them is bound to be right." - Robert Benchley
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Tender Comrade was one of a handful of titles I was particularly looking forward to when Warner Archives first started. Glad to see it finally released.
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