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Exclusive Giveaway: Warner Catalog Prize Packs
Posted January 7, 2013 02:00 PM by Webmaster
Blu-ray.com and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment are offering three members an opportunity to win one of three Catalog Classic Prize Packs that include Driving Miss Daisy, Grand Hotel and Mrs. Miniver. All three films make their Blu-ray debut on January 8, 2013.
To enter, simply add a comment to this news post with your top three Warner Bros. films from the 1930s and '40s. (There are no right or wrong answers.)
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Since there are no right or wrong answers AND most folks are including MGM, RKO & other titles from that era now owned by WB, I'll have to go with the obvious: Casablanca (first because it *is* a WB film), Gone with the Wind, Citizen Kane.
Edit: Of the 121 who voted before me, only 25 actually limited themselves to WB films--including RebelPrince1986 who named Of Human Bondage (remade by WB in 1946 even though the better-known 1934 Bette Davis original was from RKO). Some even named films WB has *never* owned: Bride of Frankenstein (Universal), Laura (Fox), Scarface (UA, later Universal), and Double Indemnity (Paramount, later Universal); one even picked Driving Miss Daisy (WB, but NOT from the classic era). But then NONE of the films we're vying for are classic-era WB films (Grand Hotel & Mrs. Miniver were both from MGM, just like GWTW & Oz).