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The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Volume 3 (1993-95) Ten-disc set, Extras: Interactive timeline, historical lecture: "New Gods for Old," Hunting Treasure interactive game; $117.99. (Paramount).

Ain't Misbehavin' (1997) Two-disc set of the three-part U.K. miniseries wartime comedy about two very different musicians and their misadventures with gangsters. (BFS Entertainment).

Back in Business (2007) Martin Kemp, Chris Barrie, Dennis Waterman, Brian Blessed, Stefan Booth, Joanna Taylor. Light-hearted comedy about a group of con-men who try to pull the wool over the British government with a space exploration buggy that might solve the planets energy problems.Extras: Commentary, behind-the-scenes featurette. (BFS Entertainment).

Bernard and Doris (2008) Dir.: Bob Balaban; Susan Sarandon, Ralph Fiennes. HBO telefilm Inspired by the true story of tobacco billionairess Doris Duke and her devoted Irish butler Bernard Lafferty, fresh out of rehab and without a penny to his name until she hires him.

The British Empire in Color (2002) Major three-part series that examines the history and experience of the British Empire, $24.99. Extras: "Making-of" documentary. (Acorn Media).

The Classic Caballeros Collection Embark on thrilling adventures to South America and Mexico with Goofy, Donald Duck and Walt Disney himself as they experience all the music, beauty and excitement Latin America has to offer in this two short feature set with "Saludos Amigos" (1942) and "Three Caballeros" (1944); $19.99. Extras: "South of the Border With Disney" featurette, Walt Disney interview, Donald Duck cartoon shorts "Don Donald" and "Contrary Condor." (Disney).

Dark Shadows: The Beginning #4 Episodes 106-143, which originally aired November 21, 1966-January 11, 1967. (MPI Home Video).

Diamond Dogs (2007) Dolph Lundgren. Action-adventure about a band of modern-day fortune seekers bent on unearthing a priceless Buddhist artifact. Extras: Making-of featurettes, digital copy of the film. (Sony).

Disraeli (1978) Ian McShane stars as Benjamin Disraeli in this BBC biodrama about one of the most colorful and flamboyant political figures of the 19th century. Two-disc set, $29.95. (A&E Home Video).

The Fall of the Roman Empire (1964) Dir.: Anthony Mann; Alec Guinness, Sophia Loren, Omar Sharif, Stephen Boyd, James Mason, Christopher Plummer. Available as a three-disc Limited Collector's Edition ($39.92) and a two disc Deluxe Edition ($24.95). Extras: Reproduction of original 1961 souvenir program (Collector's Edition Only); six color production stills (Collector's Edition Only); commentary by the producer's son Bill Bronston and film expert Mel Martin; "Rome in Madrid" featurette; "Fall of the 'Real' Roman Empire" featurette; "Making of Fall of the Roman Empire" featurette; "Hollywood vs. History" featurette; "Dimitri Tiomkin: Scoring the Roman Empire" featurette; Encyclopedia Britannica on The Roman Empire: 5 featurettes (Collector's Edition Only); original theatrical trailer. (The Miriam Collection/Weinstein Co./Genius).

First Knight Special Edition (1995) Dir.: Jerry Zucker; Sean Connery, Richard Gere, Julia Ormond, Ben Cross. Extras: Commentary with director Jerry Zucker and producer Hunt Lowry, Arthurian Legend commentary, "The Quest for Camelot" making-of featurette, "In Shining Armor" knights-in-training featurette, "The Creation of a Kingdom" production design featurette, deleted
scenes, outtakes. Also available on Blu-ray Disc. (Sony).

Girls Just Want to Have Fun (1985) Sarah Jessica Parker, Lee Montgomery, Helen Hunt, Ed Lauter, Jonathan Silverman, Shannen Doherty. Repackaged edition of the film to take advantage of the May theatrical release of "Sex and the City." (Anchor Bay).

The Golden Compass (2007) In single-disc and Platinum Series two-disc editions. Platinum extras: Behind-the-scenes featurettes. Also available on Blu-ray Disc. (New Line).

Hero Wanted (2008) Cuba Gooding Jr., Ray Liotta. A small town trash collector (Gooding) stages a robbery in order to impress a girl by being the hero, until the perfect plan takes an awful turn. Extras: Commentary by Cuba Gooding Jr. and the filmmakers, deleted scenes. (Sony)

How She Move (2008) Tre Armstrong, Rutina Wesley, Raya Green, Keyshia Cole. Following her sister's death from drug addiction, a high school student is forced to leave her private school to return to her old, crime-filled neighborhood where she re-kindles an unlikely passion for the competitive world of step dancing. Extras: "The Characters of How She Move," "How She Move: From Rehearsal to Film," "How She Move: Telling Her Story." (Paramount).

Intelligence, Season One Four-disc set with 14 episodes of the Canadian crime drama series that tackles organized crime and the cops who keep tabs on it, $59.99. Extras: Behind-the-scenes clips, filmographies, more. (Acorn Media).

Middletown (2006) Matthew Macfadyen, Daniel Mays. A priest returns to his home town and ends up battling against his brother for the heart of the locals, who are involved in all manner of sin. (BFS Entertainment).

Moondance Alexander (2007) Kay Panabaker, Don Johnson, Lori Loughlin. A young girl who doesn't quite fit in with the rest of her classmates finds a runaway Pinto pony that will alter her life and those closest to her. Extras: Behind the scenes featurette. (Fox).

Nanking (2007) 2008 Academy Award nominee for Best Documentary Feature. Powerful reminder of the heartbreaking toll that war takes on the innocent, and a testament to the courage and conviction of a few individuals determined to act in the face of evil. The film tells the story of the Japanese invasion of Nanking, China in the early days of World War II and focuses on the efforts of a small group of unarmed Westerners who established a Safety Zone where over 200,000 Chinese found refuge. (ThinkFilm).

Night of the Fox (1990) David Birney, Michael York, Deborah Raffin George Peppard. When Colonel Hugh Kelso, a U.S. officer with special knowledge of the impending D-Day invasion, washes ashore on enemy territory, the outcome of World War II hangs in the balance. Miniseries based on the World War II novel by best-selling author Jack Higgins. Two-disc set, $29.95. (A&E Home Video).

Paddle to the Sea (1966) Based on Holling C. Holling's beloved Caldecott-awarded children's book, William Mason's stunning film follows the adventures of a tiny, wood-carved canoe as it forges its own path from Lake Superior through the Great Lakes and down to the Atlantic Ocean; $14.95. (Janus Films).

Paranormal State: The Complete Season One Three-disc set with 17 episodes, $34.95. Extras: Commentary, deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes featurettes. (A&E Home Video).

The Red Balloon (1956 -- France) Pascal Lamorisse. Newly restored and available for the first time on DVD, Albert Lamorisse's exquisite film remains one of the most beloved children's films of all time; $14.95. (Janus Films).

Sabrina: The Teenage Witch: The Complete Animated Series (1971) Three-disc set with all 31 episodes, $29.95. (Classic Media/Genius Products).

See No Evil: The Story of the Moors Murders (2006 -- TV) Based on the true story of one of the most shocking crimes of the 20th century, this is the chilling story of child killers Ian Brady (Sean Harris) and Myra Hindley (Maxine Peak) and how they were finally brought to justice and convicted of the torture and killing of five youngsters. (MPI Home Video).

Studio (2005) Urban crime thriller about three FBI agents who are sent to Los Angeles to investigate the murder of Hip-Hop star Elliott Jones. Sequel to "Hip-Hop Task Force." (Warner).

A Touch of Frost Season 13: Endangered Species (2006 -- TV) Award winning actor David Jason is back as maverick detective Jack Frost in this brand new story. Frost is called to investigate when a couple return from holiday to find the body of a complete stranger in their bed. He also becomes involved in a murder inquiry and uncovers a crime ring involved in the importing of endangered species and illegal animal goods. $24.98. (MPI Home Video).

Treasure Island Kids 2: The Monster of Treasure Island (2004) Michael Hurst, Barry Duffield, Beth Allen. Australian kids adventure pits the girls against the boys at a summer camp until a giant sea monster threatens the future of the camp and puts all their lives in danger. Sequel to "Treasure Island Kids: The Pirates of Treasure Island." (PorchLight Home Entertainment).

Trevor Romain: If You Don't Take Care of Your Body, Where Else Are You Going to Live? (2008) Trevor Romain is an international children's advocate and entertainer who promotes developmental wellness. He advises kids and parents on social and emotional fitness, dealing with things like homework, cliques, bullies, divorce, grief, fear, nutrition and exercise; many of the topics are covered in his series of humorous, animated DVDs. This outing is a 30-day fitness challenge to encourage physical fitness and healthy eating. $14.98. (Porchlight Home Entertainment).

The True Story of Charlie Wilson (2007) At a time when Congress was denying even modest amounts of money to President Ronald Regan, no one could have suspected that when playboy Texas Congressman Charlie Wilson, aggressive, outcast CIA agent Gust Avrakatos and Houston socialite Joanne Herring joined forces, they'd have the ability to mastermind a $300 million covert arming of the Afghan Mujahideen in what became the largest and most successful campaign in CIA history. The real story made popular by the Tom Hanks film; $19.95. (A&E Home Video).

27 Dresses (2008) Katherine Heigl, James Marsden, Malin Akerman, Ed Burns, Melora Hardin, Judy Greer. Extras: Four featurettes: "The Wedding Party," "YouÕll Never Wear It Again," "JaneÕs World" and "The Running of the Brides"; deleted scenes. Also available on Blu-ray Disc. (Fox).

The Waltons: The Complete Seventh Season Five-disc set with 23 episodes, $39.98. (Warner).

The Weekend (2007) Kristian Kordula, Beau Allulli, Erin Cunningham, Emily Hartford. Teen comedy about the comings and goings at a weekend high school party. Extras: Commentary, deleted scenes, featurettes. (Warner).

White Mane (1953 -- France) Alain Emery. Long unavailable in the U.S., this extraordinarily shot wonder from Albert Lamorisse, the director of "The Red Balloon," is the tale of a strong friendship between a boy and a horse as the two go looking for the freedom that the world of men won't allow them; $14.95. (Janus Films).
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