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HTF BLU-RAY REVIEW: The Mel Brooks Collection



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#21 of 22 OFFLINE   Ethan Riley

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Posted November 08 2012 - 06:38 PM

it's definitely NOT the box set this thread was originally about that's on sale now - it's the discs-only version in a plain Blu Ray case.
oic---didn't realize it had come out in a cheaper version. This one puzzled me--I've actually never come across either version in stores. I went and ordered it--I guess that's pretty durn cheap for 8 movies. I only have Blazing Saddles on blu right now.
 

 


#22 of 22 OFFLINE   NY2LA

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Posted November 09 2012 - 02:08 AM

oic---didn't realize it had come out in a cheaper version. This one puzzled me--I've actually never come across either version in stores. I went and ordered it--I guess that's pretty durn cheap for 8 movies. I only have Blazing Saddles on blu right now.
I think it's a bit back in this thread where I ordered it on another price reduction thinking it was a huge bargain for the boxed set (which happens a lot with the WB sets, see Casablanca today) then found out that even what looks like a booklet in the illustration is nothing more than a collection of the (probably) contractually obligated credit blocks for each of the movies. Most of the discs have at least a couple special features, so it's still a nice package to have.





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