Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Free DVD giveaway UPDATE

Just a little reminder to people that the DVD Give-away for 1933's "Footlight Parade" will close this Saturday (February 20th) at 12:00PM EST. If you know someone who might be interested in getting a free DVD of this film, just have 'em come on over and leave a comment about how they either love or hate El Brendel.

I will also be giving away 2 other DVD's in the near future through similar contests. The first will be a copy of "Gold Diggers of 1933" starring just about the entire cast of Warner Brothers studio in the early 30's (meaning HOT PRE-CODE!) and finally a DVD set from the TCM Archives titled "The Garbo Silents Collection". This 2 DVD set contains the films "The Temptress" (1926), "Flesh and the Devil" (1927), and "The Mysterious Lady" (1928). The discs also contain a bunch of goodies like the 9 minute surviving fragment from the lost 1928 feature "The Divine Woman", alternate endings for "Flesh and the Devil" and "The Temptress", and a documentary about the Young Film Composers Competition.

To enter into the competition for the "Footlight Parade" DVD, you can either leave a message about El on the original post here or just comment on this one. GOOD LUCK TO ALL!

*since I don't believe I have any pictures from this movie, this image was borrowed from Dr. Macro's High Quality Movie Scans*

3 comments:

C.K. Dexter Haven said...

If I didn't already own it, I'd be elbowing my way through the (virtual) crowd for it.

Beth Niquette said...

That is a wonderful photo.

Anonymous said...

Elmer Brendel on DVD by Sony is doubtful.