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Cover Art and Details on Warner's "Karloff and Lugosi Horror Classics" DVD Set

It appears that the Karloff/Lugosi box set that Warner Home Video promised back in March is a sure thing, as they have officially announced the release of Karloff & Lugosi Horror Classics on October 3rd, 2009. The set will contain four films -- The Walking Dead (Michael Curtiz, 1936), Frankenstein 1970 (Howard W. Koch, 1958 - presented in anamorphic widescreen),You'll Find Out (David Butler, 1940), and Zombies on Broadway (Gordon Douglas, 1945). Special features will include two commentary tracks: one on The Walking Dead with Gregory Mank (author of Hollywood Cauldron, an excellent book which devotes a full chapter to the film) and another featuring Tom Weaver and actress Charlotte Austin discussing Frankenstein 1970. Suggested retail price for Karloff & Lugosi Horror Classics is $26.98.

I want this set, but I can't

I want this set, but I can't see paying that much for it.  Their other sets are far superior, though.

Nobody ever pays suggested

Nobody ever pays suggested retail in the era of Amazon. You're more likely to find it for between $15 and $20.

I'll definitely be picking this up, if only for The Walking Dead.

"He went for a little walk! You should have seen his face!"

I'll probably do what I

I'll probably do what I usually do and wait for some used copies to crop up on Amazon, and gank one for 10 bucks.  Then it'd be well worth it.

I WANT THIS

I WANT THIS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH!

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