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Old 03-14-2013, 04:30 PM   #481
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It doesn't take too long. The input over there is really easy. My collection is at 1209 pieces and getting everything in there only took a few hours, probably. And then just updating as I buy something moving forward helps a lot.
Thanks, that will give my oldest son and I a project to work on Saturday.
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You can enter via barcodes, too, I think. So just have him read out the barcodes as you type them in and BAM - instant father son project
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Old 03-14-2013, 05:15 PM   #483
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Looks like I can add Dead Alive to my list.

BTW, a store near me has the original release of Cujo if anyone is interested.
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You can enter via barcodes, too, I think. So just have him read out the barcodes as you type them in and BAM - instant father son project
Good idea. Thanks again for the tips Steve.
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Old 03-31-2013, 09:03 AM   #485
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Finally tracked this down. One of the best live performances recorded ever! Found in only 3 collections.

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Old 03-31-2013, 03:40 PM   #486
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lets see,
Sleeping Beauty
Night of the living Dead(1990)
Scarface Steelbook
Iron Man 2 Venticular Metalpak
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Bambi
I think thats about it, i have various foreign releases, but i dont know if i'd call them rare.
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As rare is dependent on opinion as well as local, I have listed what i believe to be rare within my collection at this time:

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Transformers Limited Edition Collectors Trilogy
Paranorman - Glow in the drak slipcover
Pinocchio
Sleeping Beauty (steelbook)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (collectors book set)
Bambi (steelbook)
Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase 1 - Avengers Assembled
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Old 10-25-2013, 07:36 AM   #488
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for me the out of print dvd's i have are crazy
criterions
spinal tap
harder they come
spellbound
notorious
discreet charm of the bourgeoisie

Disney treasures
zorro seasons 1&2
complete goofy
silly syphonies 1 & 2
Mickey Mouse in living color vol 1

Duelist korean 3 disc limited to 5000 copies

cardcaptor sakura, sakura book and clow book box sets

powerpuff girls complete series

also the russ meyers collection from arrow video in the UK, the 1st print, not the rereleased one which has one case for all the discs
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Old 10-25-2013, 07:51 AM   #489
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Probably whatever indie films I have (I don't see too many collections with films like Alamo Bay* or Vamps).


* - I understand that Alamo Bay was made by a major studio but it was given a very small release and never hit DVD (and of course, the Blu-ray is numbered to 3,000) so I counted it.

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