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From:enwilson
Date:July 28th, 2009 05:48 am (UTC)

Another batch just hit here

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Lots of Warner Home Video cartoon sets hit on Sunday for $3 a pop (mainly Hanna-Barbera). The biggest jaw-dropper: every Big Lots I hit had at least 5 copies of the beautifully remastered Popeye volume 1 set (1933-1938). If you don't have it yet, it'll be the best fiver you ever broke at Big Lots.

Also sighted in the wild (from memory), starting with the cartoons:
*Dastardly and Muttley
*Top Cat
*Josie and the Pussycats
*Perils of Penelope Pitstop
*several season sets of The Flintstones (reported by others, but not seen by me...apparently they're gone as fast as they're put out)
*At least one Superfriends set from the Zan and Jayna era
*Adventures of Superman (the 1950s live action one) season 3-4 (complete with a long-expired "movie cash" check to see Superman Returns in the theaters) And on that note...
*Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
*a three disc Larry King Live retrospective
*I also remember seeing Roots: The Next Generation, but I don't remember the price point.

There are also NFL (Superbowl) and NBA team retrospective sets that keep popping up (again, not seen by me). I know what a lot of these originally listed for...to get them for $3-6 now is amazing...and a little alarming.

There's a pretty comprehensive "field report" thread at the DVD Talk Forum.
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From:terry
Date:August 3rd, 2009 11:32 pm (UTC)

Re: Another batch just hit here

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If I didn't already have that Popeye set I'd buy it. There were other DVD's I forgot to mention like series sets of Alcapulco H.E.A.T and Batman Adventures, some early James Bond movies like Dr.No and a couple of Paul Bartel comedies Eating Raoul and Private Parts. The one thing I really wanted to find but didn't was the Wonder Woman complete collection box set. Still, I'm pretty amazed at the DVD's you can find at Big!Lots.
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