With Christmas just a week away, it’s understandable if you are panicked looking for last minute gift ideas. Happily, there’s no need for this, as we’ve got you covered…especially if you are looking to get some collector’s sets for folks on your shopping list. Our Big Box Set Sale features an awesome array of feature films and TV seasons to round out anyone’s home entertainment library.
Check out these suggested titles from the sale!
Along with volumes 1-8 of “The Three Stooges Collection”─containing all 190 of the boys’ Columbia shorts─this 20-disc collector’s set also includes the feature films “Rockin’ in the Rockies” and “Have Rocket─Will Travel.” Plus, there are 28 solo Columbia short subjects─including “The Glove Slingers” (1939), “Pick a Peck of Plumbers” (1944), “Mr. Noisy” (1946), “Wedlock Deadlock” (1947), “Army Daze” (1956), and more─starring Shemp Howard, Joe Besser, and Joe DeRita; and a trio of vintage cartoons─”The Bon Bon Parade” (1935), “The Merry Mutineers” (1936), and “A Hollywood Detour” (1942)─with appearances by the team.
Two-disc set includes “Road to Singapore,” “Road to Zanzibar,” “Road to Morocco,” and “Road to Utopia.”
Twelve-disc set includes “State Fair” (1945), “State Fair” (1962), “Oklahoma!” (1955), “Carousel,” “The King and I” (1956), “South Pacific” (1958), and “The Sound of Music.”
Twelve-disc set includes “Star Trek: The Motion Picture,” “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan,” “Star Trek III: The Search for Spock,” “Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home,” “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier,” “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country,” “Star Trek: Generations,” “Star Trek: First Contact,” “Star Trek: Insurrection,” “Star Trek: Nemesis,” and all-new bonus materials.
David Attenborough narrates this stunning nature series, which depicts the lives of creatures in the wild from spectacular and rare vantage points around the world. Photographed entirely in high-definition, the series aims to chronicle the circle of life in all its savagery and beauty. See rare and exotic footage of the planet’s species struggling for survival in the most extreme and hostile of natural habitats. All 11 episodes of the series are featured in a six-disc set.
Warner Brothers dug deep into their vaults to compile this nostalgic and electrifying collection of vintage musical shorts featuring some of the greatest names in entertainment history. The short films in this six-disc set feature performances and appearances by Eddy Duchin, Harry Reser and His Eskimos, Jimmy Dorsey, Ozzie Nelson, Artie Shaw, Woody Herman, and others, plus “Ramblin’ Round Radio Row” films from 1932-35, and much more.
All 35 episodes from season one─including the pilot, “Lucy Plays Cupid,” “The Fur Coat,” “Lucy Does a TV Commercial,” and “Ricky Asks for a Raise”─are collected in a six-disc set.
American humorist Robert Benchley not only matched wits with his Jazz Age contemporaries at the Algonquin Round Table, he shared his considerable intellect and penchant for humor with movie audiences by way of the unique short films he wrote or appeared in from 1935-44. This three-disc collection features all 30 of the hilarious shorts Benchley made at M-G-M, including the Oscar-winning “How to Sleep” (1935), “How to Train a Dog” (1936), “The Day of Rest” (1939), “My Tomato” (1943), “Important Business” (1944), and others.
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