I've been lurking around these parts for a couple of months, but this is my first post. I happened upon the site while googling the Walmart $5.88 bin and was pleasantly surprised to find myriad other frugal cineastes. Great site, from top to bottom. As for my tempting subject, the Dollar Tree store near me (Deerfield Beach, Fl.) had several cases of DVD titles for a buck. I grabbed the following: His Girl Friday (a beguiling romantic comedy starring Carry Grant and Rosaland Russell), Beat the Devil (a John Huston pic, with Boggie and Gina Lollobrigida), Suddenly (with Frank Sinatra), Escape From Sobibor (with Rutger Hauer and Allen Arkin), Laurel and Hardy in Flying Deuces (featuring Oliver Hardy's inimitable vocal prowess in "Shine on Harvest Moon"), Woody Woodpecker and Other Cartoon Treasures (anything Woody on DVD is welcome), Mighty Mouse and Other Cartoon Treasures (not so much, but hey it was a buck), Superman and Other Cartoon Treasures , Betty Boop , Popeye and Other Cartoon Treasures (unfortunately not the vintage Fleischer shorts--these are in color), and Gulliver's Travels (animated, 1939). The cartoon collections are in color and run ~90 minutes. All discs come in a simple cardboard folder with images on the front and synopses on the back. I can't vouch for the quality of these DVDs, as I haven't watched them yet, but one should consider this caveat: these films are obviously PD and though they all prominently boast Digitally Remastered at the top of the packet, it's a crap shoot. If I've piqued anyone's interest, let me know and I'll report on the quality of these discs and the content of the animated collections. One final note: I also picked up CNN Presents War in Iraq: The Road to Baghdad for a buck.