The 1947 World Series brought in television's first mass audience. It was carried in New York, Philadelphia, Schenectady, and Washington, D.C., and was seen by an estimated 3.9 million people - 3.5 million of them in bars! The TV set over the corner bar was a first introduction to the new medium for many people, and it helped sell thousands of sets for the home.
After that, TV ownership was contagious. The first set on the block always brought in dozens of curious neighbors, who eventually went out and bought sets of their own. This trend is still common today. When a neighbor gets a satellite dish, the other neighbors want one too. When DVD (digital video discs) came into being a few years ago, everyone wanted to make the switch. And they have.
BOOKSTEVE RARITIES has devoted a lot of time to offer these DVDs to you for a price that you can easily afford. All DVDs listed on our site are $7.00 (unless marked). Even if it's listed as a 2-disc cliffhanger or a 2-disc set offering four movies, everything listed on our pages are $7.00. Is the price low enough for you? We're even offering something better! Postage is a flat $6.00, regardless of how many DVDs you buy. That's it! We make it simple.
HOW TO ORDER: So how do you order from us?
You have two choices.
One, you can mail your order to us at the
address below. Check / money order payable to:
You can mail your order to:
1836 Euclid Ave
Covington, KY 41014
Two, you can use our e-mail address as our
Paypal ID and send payment on-line through
Paypal. Our e-mail address is email@example.com
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IMPORTANT! Please note that we do NOT answer our e-mail every day so if you do not get a reply right away, please be patient. It would not be because we're ignoring you, it's simply because we are out of town for business. But you can be assured that your e-mail be responded to promptly.
This Groundhog Day, he did not see his shadow — which if you believe in the legend means we'll have an early spring. Now that the warm weather is starting to creep in, you have a reason to get outside and clean the yard and mow the grass. But sometimes, on those rainy afternoons, it's time to enjoy a movie in the comfort of your own home. We're the folks to can help make that happen.
By the way, BOOKSTEVE’S LIBRARY is my way of sharing some of my pop culture past on the Net with interviews, ads, comic strips, posters, film reviews, art, video clips, music, articles and memories. Check out my blog at http://booksteveslibrary.blogspot.com/
BOOKSTEVE RARITIES is your source for rare, hard to find, out of print, classic TV shows and movies on DVD!