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Old 01-16-2015, 09:13 AM   #61
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26,9% 2010s
21,4% 2000s
21,4% 1980s

Actually I'm quite surprised, because my favorite decade is absolutely the 70s.
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Here's the thing, though. I have about as many DVDs as I do BDs, and the distribution of those would be quite different. If I had to guess, the 1960s would be close to 1st, if not 1st outright. Someday I will have to go through and analyze the DVDs.
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The 1960s, for me.
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80s. Nearly two shelves of my collection when I put the movies in year order are taken up by the 80s. I can fit the 30s, 40s, and 50s on one shelf. The 60s and 70s on one. The 90s also takes one. And guess what? The 2000s and 2010s take up one as well.

And that is also with putting my Alien and Star Wars sets on the 70s shelf.
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