“Forgotten Hollywood”- Another Studio Anniversary in 2013!

Posted on October 8, 2012 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   Kicking off next year’s 90th anniversary, Warner Brothers Home Entertainment Group debuted a new look and logo for their 2013 celebration, and a series of disc collections commemorating its iconic history. DVD and Blu-ray motion pictures will be on store shelves over this year-long celebration.

   The Best of Warner Brothers 100 Film DVD Collection features Warner Brothers’ Best Picture Academy Award winners, from 1931’s Cimarron to 2006’s The Departed. The 55-disc  set includes two documentaries: Tales from the Warner Brothers Lot andThe Warner Brothers Lot Tour. This is the first chance for classics such as  Grand Hotel, Mrs. Miniverand Driving Miss Daisy to be yours for home viewing, beginning  January 29th.

   The movie studio plans other surprises. Notably,  genre specific Best of Warner Brothers 20 Film DVD Collections will be released, beginning with Musicals  in February, Romance in April, Comedy in  July, and Thrillers in September. A Clint Eastwood Collection arrives in the spring.

   The Best of Warner Brothers Animation Collections will additionally be distributed; Hanna Barbera in May, Looney Tunes in June, and DC Comics in August. And, The Best of Warner Brothers Superman TV Collection is set for May.

   The celebration will compliment Paramount Pictures and Universal Studios centennial birthdays going on in 2012.


   Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History is NOW on four International online sites. Here are the details:


~ AMERICAN BOOK CENTER – The Netherland’s premiere book store


~ JPC – Music global site promoting literature from Germany


~ KALAHARI – An oasis of literary delight found in South Africa


 ~ BOOMERANG BOOKS – An Aussie-friendly online site from the folks down under


   All four locations also carry Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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