MovieMail's Best DVD & Blu-ray sales including the Oscars 2013

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Give your readers something they’ll love to click on with our massive sale of Oscar-winning films, including the nominees for this year's awards on Sunday. Plus, excellent sales on vintage TV, arthouse cinema and classic British movies.

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The Best of the Oscars - DVD & Blu-ray Sale
Suspend your disbelief - amid the tears, melodrama and regrettable decisions that mark every Oscars ceremony lie some truly great films. Here we bring you the best from the past plus the hopeful contenders for Sunday's event.!!!id!!!&clickref=&p=

Vintage TV Sale - Highlights from the 1950s & 60s

Rediscover a vintage era with our sale of over 150 superb TV series from the '50s and '60s - prices from £5.99. TV first captivated the British during the 1950s, the nation was entranced to watch the Coronation live in 53, was wonderfully scared by Quatermass and collectively shared in the drama of the first soaps. The 1960s brought colour along with continually evolving drama, action series and documentaries. We present some of the decades' most memorable television series, at bargain prices.!!!id!!!&clickref=&p=

Arthouse Nirvana Film Sale - from £6.99

Find the hallowed ground of world cinema with our sale of over 150 excellent arthouse DVDs, from £6.99 each. There's plenty to lift the spirits here, including recent releases like Michael Haneke's Kafka-inspired The Castle, French thriller In Your Hands and Willem Dafoe in the Australian wilderness in The Hunter.!!!id!!!&clickref=&p=

Vintage British Classics on DVD - from £5.99

Treat yourself to some mouth-wateringly classic British films - over 90 vintage titles from Strawberry and Granada from £5.99
This sale of over 90 DVDs is packed with timeless British classics - don't miss Powell and Pressburger’s The Spy in Black, a thrilling WWII adventure, or Alec Guinness as Fagin in David Lean's 1948 Oliver Twist, a brillant depiction of the horror of Victorian slum life.!!!id!!!&clickref=&p=

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