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$6.99 Walt Disney classic DVDs at Best Buy!

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  • $6.99 Walt Disney classic DVDs at Best Buy!

    FYI -- When I went to get my Annette and Dr Syn DVDs at best buy over lunch (on sale for 24.99 this week) I happened upon a sale on some classic live-action Walt Disney titles for only $6.99 (reg 14.99), including: Darby O'Gill & the Little People, The Parent Trap!, Summer Magic, In Search of the Castaways, Son of Flubber, Johnny Tremain and Blackbeard's Ghost, among others.

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    Re: $6.99 Walt Disney classic DVDs at Best Buy!

    Yeah Best Buy usually puts some older Disney films on special a couple of times a year.
    "You are watching FOX"

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      Re: $6.99 Walt Disney classic DVDs at Best Buy!

      OOps! Even better- - these are $5.99, not $6.99!!!!!

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        Re: $6.99 Walt Disney classic DVDs at Best Buy!

        Wal Mart had a kiosk of Warner titles. Four films for $10. The Matrix films, Superman, Nightmare on Elm Street, Elvis, ect ect.

        Kind of hard for blue ray to compete at those prices.

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