|Warner Archive offers DVD collections of|
films from before the censors
ruled in Hollywood
For years, those old films moldered away in the vaults of the movie studios. We saw a few gems like "Casablanca" or "Lawrence of Arabia" make it onto videotape and DVD. But for most of the titles, the studios didn't see enough demand to justify the cost of pressing and distributing home video versions.
Now, most of the major studios have on-demand services that will burn a DVD just for you. They will sell you a copy of "High School Hellcats" or "The Gene Krupa Story," even if you're the only person who wants one.
For more on the Warner Archive, Oldies.com, and a new streaming service for classic and cult films, check out my column at MyWell-Being.com.