Q: Latest Bond DVDs: not sold separately?

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by Con, Nov 23, 2003.

  1. Con

    Con Guest

    Folks: Sorry if this matter has been addressed elsewhere recently, or
    in some FAQ that I don't know about, but here goes anyway: The
    initial collection of James Bond movies (known as Set One) were sold
    both individually and in a box earlier this year. However, when Set
    Two and Three came out this month, I was unable to find the specific
    titles in THOSE boxes being sold by themselves (e.g. "You Only Live
    Twice"). What's up with that? There are at least two or three titles
    in both Set Two and Set Three that I can live without (I think you can
    probably guess which ones they may be), but I gotta get the rest of
    the Sean Connery ones, at the very least, and I don't feel like
    spendin' $200 or more just to obtain those particular Bond discs.
    Will they be released separately later on, or what?

    Con
     
    Con, Nov 23, 2003
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