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    Why I Own So Many Movies.

    As a collector and seller of media, my opinion is most DVDs and Blu-rays that are worthless today will rise in value especially if still new and sealed. I have thousands of overstocked movies, every once in a while I go through them to see what has risen in value so I can list them for sale...
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    Why I Own So Many Movies.

    I have a 4K setup. And I have a ton of DVDs. Some look great such as Mannix, original Hawaii 5-0, The Streets of San Francisco but these have been remastered. Other sets such as Magnum P.I., Emergency, WKRP look not so hot. Of course individual movies on DVD vary in quality. I have just...
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    Why I Own So Many Movies.

    Some VHS tapes looked damn good on a regular television before the flat screen HD days. Some of the cheaper companies recorded in the EP mode and those generally didn’t look that good plus a lot of them had tracking problems. At a thrift store today I saw a still New/Sealed Friends Season two...
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    Why I Own So Many Movies.

    Far more movies were released on VHS than have been released on DVD. I read an article awhile back, sorry no link, that stated of all the movies ever made less than 50% had made it to VHS and far fewer to DVD. I didn’t really collect VHS, I probably had 50 or so , not counting tapes I...
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    Why I Own So Many Movies.

    I remember one of the first reasonably priced VHS releases was Lethal Weapon 2. Me and a few friends bought it at Walmart for $14.98. I built my small collection of VHS buying most used at pawn shops.
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