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Anaconda 3: Offspring (2007) David Hasselhoff, Crystal Allen, John Rhys-Davies. A ruthless mercenary joins a team out to capture a pair of dangerous, genetically-altered anacondas when they escape from a top-secret lab. (Sony).

Atmospheres: Earth, Air and Water Three environments showcase the mystery and beauty of life on the planet in this National Geographic documentary; available on Blu-ray Disc; $28.99. (Warner).

Ben 10: Alien Force (2008) Five episodes of the Saturday morning kids TV show, $14.98. (Warner).

Blood +: Volume Three Single disc with five episodes of the animated Adult Swim series, based on the anime movie "Blood: The Last Vampire," $24.96. (Sony).

Casino Royale Collector's Edition (1967) Peter Sellers, Ursula Andress, David Niven, Orson Welles, Joanna Pettet, Daliah Lavi, Woody Allen, Deborah Kerr, William Holden, Charles Boyer, John Huston, George Raft, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Barbara Bouchet, Jacqueline Bisset, Peter O'Toole. Extras: Commentary by James Bond historians Steven Jay Rubin and John Cork, "The Making of Casino Royale," " Bond, James Bond?" featurette, "A 3 Ring Circus" featurette, "More Directors, More Stars" featurette, "The Big Climax" featurette, "It's a Wrap!" featurette, photo gallery. (MGM).

Casino Royale Collector's Edition (2006) Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Eva Green, Mads Mikkelsen, Jeffrey Wright, Giancarlo Giannini, Caterina Murino, Simon Abkarian, Tobias Menzies, Ivana Milicevic, Clemens Schik, Ludger Pistor, Claudio Santamaria, Isaach de Bankole. Extras: Documentaries: "Ian FlemingÕs Incredible Creation," "The Road to Casino Royale," "James Bond in the Bahamas" (A fascinating examination of the links between the the cinematic Bond and the Bahamas, with never-before-told behind-the-scenes stories from "Casino Royale," "Goldfinger," "Thunderball," "You Only Live Twice," "For Your Eyes Only" and "The World Is Not Enough"), "Ian Fleming: The Secret Road to Paradise," ""Death in Venice" break down of one of the key scenes in the film, "Becoming Bond" (a look at how Daniel Craig stepped into the role of James Bond), "James Bond: For Real" behind-the-scenes look at the action and the stunts, "Bond Girls Are Forever"; "The Art of Freerunning" featurette; "Filmmaker Profiles": in-depth conversations with the key creative forces behind the film, including never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage; deleted and extended scenes, storyboard sequences; scene deconsruction. Also available on Blu-ray Disc. (Sony).

Discovery Essential Dinosaur Pack Two-disc set of The Discovery Channel's extraordinarily popular series of dinosaur programs: "Valley of the T. Rex," "Rex: New Science, New Beast," "When Dinosaurs Roamed America," "Utah's Dino Graveyard," "Dinosaur Planet," "The Mystery Dinosaur," "Dinosaurs: Return To Life?" (Genius Products).

Eclipse Series 13: Kenji Mizoguchi's Fallen Women Four fims by famed director Kenji Mizoguchi that look at the plight of women in male-dominated Japanese society: "Osaka Elegy" (1936), "Sisters of the Gion" (1936), "Women of the Night" (1948) and "Street of Shame" (1955); a no-frills set for $59.95. (The Criterion Collection).

Family Guy: Volume Six Three-disc set with 12 episodes, $39.98.Extras: "Family Guy" 100th episode special, "Family Guy Live! -- Just For Laughs," "Peter Shin Draws Lois: featurette, "The Making of the 100th Episode," favorite scenes, "I'm Huge (and The Babes Go Wild)" music video, optional censored audio track on every episode, 50 deleted scenes, commentary by creator Seth MacFarlane, writers and cast. (Fox).

George Wallace (1997) Award-winning miniseries directed by John Frankenheimer and starring Gary Sinise, Angelina Jolie, Mare Winningham. Extras: Featurette. (Warner).

Global Wonders A new cross-cultural entertainment and education brand that introduces children to the vibrant and varied cultures of their family, friends, neighbors and the world. Created by a mother of two young children, Rashmi Turner (former executive producer of Disney's "Baby Einstein"), and a team of experts from the world of children's entertainment and developmental education, Global Wonders helps children discover and share the everyday customs, music, heritage, language and lifestyles in the "kaleidoscope" of cultures that surround them. Each title features colorful and detailed hand-drawn animation; new musical sing-alongs and stories; original, culturally authentic music; all-new, animated characters; personally relevant cultural themes; and real-world footage from around the globe. The first four DVD programs, for children ages 2-7: "Global Wonders: Around the World," "Global Wonders: India," "Global Wonders: Mexico" and "Global Wonders: African-American."

The Go-Getter (2007) Lou Taylor Pucci, Zooey Deschanel, Jena Malone. Mercer White (Lou Taylor Pucci) is a straight-arrow 19-year-old who, after the death of his mother, steals a car and sets out to find his older half-brother he hasn't seen in 14 years. He's barely out of town when a cell phone rings and Mercer finds himself talking to the car's owner, Kate (Zooey Deschanel) who, instead of calling the police, asks him to call her along the ride and tell him how his trip is going. From this point forward, nothing proceeds as expected, as Mercer has a slew of dangerous, humorous and eye-opening encounters that shows him that his adventure is a lot like life: it'd the chase and search that makes experiences worthwhile. (Peace Arch Entertainment).

The Incredible Hulk (2008) Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth, William Hurt, Tim Blake Nelson, Ty Burrell, Lou Ferrigno as the voice of The Incredible Hulk. Available in a single-disc DVD edition, a three-disc Special Edition DVD and a two-disc Blu-ray release. Extras: Alternate opening, "The Making of The Incredible Hulk," "Becoming The Hulk," "Becoming the Abomination," "Anatomy of a Hulk Out:" Behind-the-scenes looks at three of the movie's most exciting action sequences ("Hulking Out in the Bottling Plant," "Hulking Out on Campus," "Hulking Out in Harlem"), "From Comic Book to Screen," commentary with director Louis Leterrier and cast, deleted scenes, digital copy compatible with PC, Mac or iPod. (Universal).

The Lazarus Project (2008) Dir.: John Glenn; Paul Walker, Linda Cardellini, Malcolm Goodwin, Tony Curran, Bob Gunton. Thriller about a man facing the death sentence who is executed but inexplicably wakes up with a second chance at life near an eerie psychiatric ward, where he soon realizes he may be part of something far more sinister. (Sony).

The Legend of Sasquatch (2007) Animated story of a family who moves to a secluded log cabin and discovers a family of friendly Bigfoot living nearby. Won the Best Feature Film -- Animation Award at the 2007 International Family Film Festival. $27.98. (Image Entertainmnt).

Linewatch (2008) Cuba Gooding Jr, Omari Hardwick, Sharon Leal, Evan Ross. A U.S. Border Patrol officer must return to the secret past of his brutal street ways in order to protect his family from a vicious gang leader out to smuggle drugs across the Mexican border. Extras: Behind-the-scenes featurette. (Sony).

Looney Tunes: Golden Collection Volume 6 The concluding release from the Golden Collection Series is a four-disc set with 60 more of the most looneytic Looney Tunes ever unleashed. Plus, 15 bonus shorts; $64.92. Extras: Commentaries, music only tracks, never-before-seen documentary on Mel Blanc. (Warner).

Looney Tunes: Spotlight Collection Volume 6 Two-disc set with 30 classic shorts culled from the Golden Collection Volume 6, $26.99. Includes additional 8 bonus shorts. (Warner).

The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: The Complete Series Forty-one disc set with 105 episodes in a spy attache case, $199.92. (Warner).

The Minotaur's Island Documentary unlocks the mysteries of ancient Crete. Tracing archaeological finds from 1900 through today, Oxford scholar and author Bettany Hughes visits Knossos, Mochlos, and other important sites in Crete for hints about the Minoans' social and political structures; $24.99. (Acorn Media).

Missing (1982) Dir.: Costa-Gavras; Jack Lemmon, Sissy Spacek, Melanie Mayron, John Shea. New, restored high-definition digital transfer in a double-disc set. Extras: Video interviews with Costa-Gavras, Joyce Horman (wife of Charles Horman, whose disappearance the film was based upon), producers Edward and Mildred Lewis and Sean Daniel, and Thomas Hauser, author of "Missing," the film's source; interviews from the 1982 Cannes Film Festival with Costa-Gavras, Lemmon, Ed Horman (father of Charles), and Joyce Horman; new video essay with Peter Kornbluh, author of "The Pinochet File," examining declassified documents concerning the 1973 military coup in Chile and the case of Charles Horman; video highlights from the 2002 Charles Horman Truth Project event honoring the 20th anniversary of "Missing," with Spacek, Shea and Mayron; booklet featuring a new essay by critic Michael Wood, an interview with Costa-Gavras, the U.S. State Department's official response to "Missing," and an open letter from Horman family friend Terry Simon. (The Criterion Collction).

The New Adventures of Old Christine: The Complete Second Season Four-disc set with 22 epiosdes, $39.98. Extras: Gag reel, unaired scenes. (Warner).

The Outer Limits: The Original Series Complete Box Set Seven discs with all 49 episodes, $59.98. (MGM).

Pinky Dinky Doo Four episodes of the NOGGIN animated preschool series, $14.93. (Genius Products).

Rain Shadow, Series One Two-disc set with six episodes of the Australian series that pits two strong women against the odds and each other in a small community in the natural rain shadow region in the Adelaide Hills. Stars Rachel Ward, Victoria Thaine; $39.99. Extras: Behind-the-scenes featurette, interviews with Ward and other cast members and crew, notes on the musical score, Ward biography. (Acorn Media).

Sex & Justice (1993) Presents the dramatic confrontation between Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas at his Supreme Court confirmation hearings before the United States Senate in 1991. Narrated by Gloria Steinem. $24.95. (First Run Features).

Six in Paris (1965) When six acclaimed directors each contribute a short film about a different Paris neighborhood, the result is "Six In Paris," a wry, loving portrait of the city and its inhabitants by the masters of the French New Wave. Among them: A battle-fatigued hooker picks up a virginal dishwasher in Jean-Daniel Pollet's "Rue St. Denis." In Eric Rohmer's "Place de L'Etoile" a timid sales clerk thinks he has committed murder. Jean-Luc Goddard shows us a woman who is afraid she has mixed up letters to her two boyfriends in "Montparnasse-Levallois." And a young boy finds a way to ignore his obnoxious parents in Claude Chabrol's "La Muette." Together, the six tales paint a tableau of a noisy, vibrant, colorful Paris - a city where everything is possible. Extras: Interviews with Barbet Schroeder, Albert Maysles, Jackie Raynal and Richard Brody. (New Yorker Video).

To the Limit (2007) Documentary about brothers Thomas and Alexander Huber, who rank as two of the best mountain climbers ever, and their attempt to break the record in speed climbing the 2,900 foot sheer cliff known as "The Nose" of El Capitan in Yosemite Valley; $29.95. (First Run Features).

Vice (2008) Michael Madsen, Daryl Hannah, Mykelti Williamson. Crime thriller about a tough detective who serves his own brand of justice; when a drug deal goes bad, the cops in his unit are killed off one at a time and the detective must uncover the corruption at the core of the crime. (Genius Products).

Warner Bros. Pictures Gangsters Collection Volume 4 Six-disc set with "The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse," "The Little Giant," "Larceny, Inc.," "Invisible Stripes," "Kid Galahad" and the feature-length documentary "Public Enemies: The Golden Age of the Gangster Film"; $59.92; "Kid Galahad" will be available as a single title for $19.97. (Warner).
  • The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938) Edward G. Robinson, Claire Trevor, Humphrey Bogart. Extras: Commentary by Dr. Drew Casper and Richard Jewell, vintage newsreel, WB short "Night Intruder," WB cartoons "Cinderella Meets a Fella" and "Count Me Out," 1941 Lady Esther Screen Guild Theater Broadcast (audio only), 1944 Gulf Screen Guild Theater Broadcast (audio only).
  • The Little Giant (1933) Edward G. Robinson. Extras: Commentary by Daniel Bubbeo and John McCarty, vintage newsreel, WB short "Just Around the Corner," WB cartoon "The Dish Ran Away with the Spoon."
  • Invisible Stripes (1939) Humphrey Bogart, George Raft, William Holden. Extras: Commentary by Alain Silver and James Ursini, vintage newsreel, WB shorts "The Monroe Doctrine" and "Quiet, Please," WB cartoons "Bars and Stripes Forever" and "Hare-um Scare-um."
  • Kid Galahad (1937) Dir.: Michael Curtiz; Edward G. Robinson, Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart. Extras: Commentary by Art Simon and Robert Sklar, vintage newsreel, WB shorts "Alibi Mark" and "Postal Union," WB cartoons "Egghead Rides Again," "I Wanna Be a Sailor" and "Porky's Super Service."
  • Public Enemies: The Golden Age of the Gangster Film New documentary on Warner Bros.' gangster films. Extras: Four WB cartoons: "I Like Mountain Music," "She Was an Acrobat's Daughter," "Racketeer Rabbit" and "Bugs and Thugs."
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