WHV Announcement: Holiday Classics coming to DVD this Fall

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  1. Ronald Epstein

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    Christmas in July??
     
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    Is this a joke?
     
  4. Ronald Epstein

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    Why would this be a joke?
     
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    I guess I'm just surprised they'd put out a release like this for dvds that have been available for quite a while. There's nothing new here. Plus that statement at the top - "The More Profits, The Merrier!" - well, old Scrooge would certainly be proud.
     
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    Haven't all these shows/programs already been released on DVD and BD not too long ago?
     
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    I believe these shows are repackaged every year-or it certainly seems like it. I see a new version every year at Costco and/or Sam's. I bought mine years ago and it came with a generic CD of songs from the shows by a generic chorus (and a Rudolph figure w/lite up nose), the next year it had a CD with the actual versions from the shows, later the Grinch appeared in the mix, etc.
     

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