The New York Times has a fascinating story (registration req'd) on the business of budget DVDs. Apparently, profits for public domain films sold in 99-cent stores are nothing short of amazing. Although these companies don't consider silent films a good investment ("for aficionados," they say), one can get surprisingly good quality stuff this way. Reading this makes me want to seek out that cheapie copy of The Killer Shrews.
|:: posted by Matt Hinrichs, 7/04/2005|| Comments (1)|
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