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We got rid of our cable recently so I stopped by my local Wally World to see if I could find some cheap DVD's. Here's what I found.

Jeremiah Johnson (only $5.00)

20 Great Westerns, Heroes & Bandits

A 4 disc set with the following:

Powder Keg (1971 Rod Taylor & Dennis Cole)
Boot Hill (1969 Terrence Hill & Bud Spencer)
To the Last Man (1941 Randolph Scott)
Song of Arizona (1946 Roy Rogers)
Winds of the Wasteland (1936 John Wayne & Lane Chandler)
Rage at Dawn (1955 Randolph Scott)
This Man Can't Die (1967 Guy Madison)
Cry Blood Apache (1970 Joel McCrea)
Hellbenders (1967 Joseph Cotton)
It Can Be Done Amigo (1972 Jack Palance & Bud Spencer)
Chino (1973 Charles Bronson)
Kid Vengeance (1977 Leif Garrett & Lee Van Cleef)
Blue Steel (1934 John Wayne)
My Outlaw Brother (1951 Mickey Rooney & Robert Stack)
Desperate Mission (1971 Ricardo Montalban)
Hanged Man (1974 Steve Forest, Cameron Mitchell & Sharon Acker)
Between God, The Devil and a Winchester (1968 Gilbert Roland & Richard Harrison)
The Grand Duel (1972 Lee Van Cleef)
The Sundowners (1950 Robert Preston & Robert Sterling)
White Comanche (1968 William Shatner & Joseph Cotton)

The whole set for $5.00.

I was in a mood for some bad horror movies as well so I found this:

Undead: The Vampire Collection

A 4 disc set with the following:

Atom Age Vampire (1960 B&W)
The Bat (1926 B&W)
The Bat (1959 B&W)
Blood of Dracula's Castle (1969 Color)
The Bloody Vampire (1962 B&W)
Count Dracula and His Vampire Bride (1974 Color)
Crypt of the Living Dead (1973 Color)
The Devil Bat (1941 B&W)
Horrible Sexy Vampire (1970 Color)
Horror Express (1972 Color)
The Last Man on Earth (1960 B&W)
Nightmare Castle (1965 B&W)
Nosferatu (1922 B&W)
Prime Evil (1988 Color)
Terror Creatures from the Grave (1965 B&W)
The Vampire Bat (1933 B&W)
Vampire Happening (1971 Color)
Vampire's Night Orgy (1973 Color)
The Werewolf vs. Vampire Women (1971 Color)
The Witches Mountain (1972 Color)

All for $7.50. I'm looking forward to watching the black and white ones.
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