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'Pirates of the Golden Age Collection' from Universal


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  • 'Pirates of the Golden Age Collection' from Universal

    From Universal Studios Home Entertainment:
    It Takes More Than One Pirate
    to Rule the Caribbean,
    'Pirates of the Golden Age Movie Collection'

    Four Swashbuckling Adventures Come to DVD for the First Time On May 8, 2007
    from Universal Studios Home Entertainment

    UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., April 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Follow a fleet of Hollywood's most unforgettable actors as they sail across the boundless main in "Pirates of the Golden Age Movie Collection," coming to DVD on May 8, 2007 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Errol Flynn ("Captain Blood"), Maureen O'Hara ("Miracle on 34th Street"), Anthony Quinn ("Zorba the Greek"), Yvonne De Carlo ("The Munsters"), Donald O'Connor ("Singing in the Rain"), Jeff Chandler ("Broken Arrow") and more star in a quartet of nautical adventures that will entertain the entire family with battles at sea and adventurous treasure hunts.

    "Pirates of the Golden Age Movie Collection" includes four thrilling tales brimming with adventure and peril: "Against All Flags," "Buccaneer's Girl," "Yankee Buccaneer" and "Double Crossbones," all available on DVD for the very first time. From the action-packed exploits of a heroic naval officer to a maritime musical comedy, these films will shiver the timbers of landlubbers and old salts alike. The two-disc set is priced at $26.98 SRP.
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