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What is the cheapest DVD that you own

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Ryan L B, Mar 13, 2002.

  1. Ryan L B

    Ryan L B Supporting Actor

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    This what you paid for not the retail. Also, tell how much you paid for it. Mine was the Mad Max Special Edition for $14.99 at Buy.com.
     
  2. Bill J

    Bill J Producer

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    I paid $9.99 for Pi, I guess that is the least that I ever paid for a single DVD.
     
  3. MartinTeller

    MartinTeller Screenwriter

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    $14.99 is the CHEAPEST you've paid? Go to flea markets. I get brand new discs there for $13.

    My cheapest... I'm not sure. Probably one of those early Jackie Chan movies like "Half a Loaf of Kung Fu" for $5 or something. Oh, and I got Deathtrap, The Great Santini and The Postman Always Rings Twice for $5 each at Best Buy a couple weeks ago.

    My most recent purchases:

    X-Men $10 (used)

    Blade $12 (used)

    Total Recall tin $15

    A.I. $15

    Cast Away 2-disc $13

    Willow $12

    The Great Escape $10

    Sex Lies and Videotape $12

    Say Anything $15 (yeah, I got ripped off, but it was the Saturday before the official release date and I was excited to see it on the shelf)

    Marx Bros box set $28
     
  4. Kirk Tsai

    Kirk Tsai Screenwriter

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    I bought the terrible disc of One Eyed Jacks for 7 bucks, I believe.
     
  5. Mikah Woodward

    Mikah Woodward Stunt Coordinator

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    That'd be a tie between Thumb wars and Stars of star wars- interviews with the cast for $10 each.
     
  6. Artur Meinild

    Artur Meinild Screenwriter

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    Maybe I paid the most for my UTB, but I got the current Highlander for only ~ 8$!
     
  7. Jeff_A

    Jeff_A Screenwriter

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    Heavy Metal in mint condition for $5.00 at a pawn shop.
     
  8. Patrick McCart

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    Excluding titles I received as gifts...

    I got 2001 (MGM) for $5 and T-2: UE for $10 at my local video reseller. Both in prime condition, although T-2 was missing the metal sleeve.
     
  9. Tommy G

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    $4.99 for Peter Frampton Live In Detroit. Besides that it would be my free October Sky from the JP III offer if that counts.
     
  10. Matthew Chmiel

    Matthew Chmiel Cinematographer

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    Blues Brothers: CE, Blues Brothers 2000: CE, National Lampoon's Animal House: CE, Liar Liar: CE, and El Marachi/Desperado: Director's Double Feature for $0.01 each. [​IMG]
     
  11. Jeremiah

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    Cannonball Run and Resevoir Dogs new for $9.99 each.
     
  12. Tony_Faville

    Tony_Faville Supporting Actor

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    Hmmm...I have paid less then $10 for alot of titles but I think my BEST VALUE for my money purchase would have to be $12.99 for Gladiator.
     
  13. Rain

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    I paid $9.98 Canadian for Straw Dogs.

    I won a copy of Himalaya yesterday, so I guess that would be $0.00
     
  14. Gabe D

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    A couple years ago Troma had a sale on their website: all DVDs $0.25 each. I got one of each. (Titles included classics like Class of Nuke 'em High and The Toxic Avenger, and lesser efforts such as Rabid Grannies and Sizzle Beach, U.S.A..) After shipping they were probably a buck or two each.
     
  15. Richard Travale

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    I paid $6.00CAD(that's like 50cents American [​IMG] ) for "The Ultimate Space Experience". Talk about CRAPPY!!!
     
  16. Ash Williams

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    Funny Farm. I paid $5 for that hunk O' junk disc.
     
  17. paul o'donnell

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    I got the Sandlot for about £10 which is darn good considering it came from across the ocean.
     
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    Drunken Master and Young Master- $5.
     
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    33 cents for "Goodfellas", "The Game", and "Crimson Tide" each. (Anyone else remember the famous 800.COM promo?) [​IMG]
     
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    Rain Man - $12.99 canadian
     

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