Monday, March 23, 2009

More Bob on DVD

I'm sure this news is making it's way along the blogosphere pretty quick: Warner Bros. is now offering made-to-order DVDs and digital downloads of a number of classic films. Downloads are $14.95 and mailed DVDs are $19.95. While the films are bare-bones, no extras, they're still a welcome sight. For you Robert Montgomery fans:
h/t: Laura's Miscellaneous Musings

8 comments:

Kate Gabrielle said...

VERY excited about Private Lives!! They're apparently doing 20 or so more each month, so hopefully more of his lesser-known films will be in those batches.

ps. that "Ralph" person has left a bunch of the exact same comments on my blog, too. You even have the word verification, too! (I don't) Weird...

Laura said...

I got the "Ralph" spam comment too but was able to delete it since I have to moderate my comments (long story) and I just saw it over at The Shelf, too...

Best wishes,
Laura

Carrie said...

Ralph is outta here!

Tracy said...

Hey what was the deal with Ralph? The only Ralph I know is a bus driver named Ralph Kramden.

Tracy said...

Now I remember what I wanted to write yesterday before I had technical problems..
The Big House and Chester Morris who did the Boston Blackie series-does anyone know much about him? I know he had a somewhat sad ending.

Carrie said...

Ralph was a posting from a spammer. Ralph's comment was deleted (bam, zoom - to the moon).

Carrie said...

I've never read anything on Chester. He certainly faded out...

Tracy said...

Yeah but he is in one of my all time favorite movies, with Bob and Norma, The Divorcee. :O) Although he plays a jerk. In Boston Blackie he is a lot of fun.