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America -- Live In Chicago (2008) Recorded in high definition and 5.1 Surround Sound for PBS' acclaimed "Soundstage" series, featuring a 20-song set. (Koch Vision).

Arthur -- Season 11 Five-disc set with 11 episodes of the PBS series that chronicles the adventures of the world's most famous aardvark, eight-year-old Arthur Read, and his family and friends; $49.95. (WGBH Boston Video).

Ballet Shoes (2007) Emma Watson, Eileen Atkins, Richard Griffiths, Gemma Jones, Emilia Fox. BBC adaptation of Noel Streatfeild's classic novel about three orphan girls (Pauline, Petrova, and Posy), adopted by an eccentric explorer, Great Uncle Matthew, and his niece Sylvia, in 1930s London. $24.98. (Koch Vision).

Batman Double Feature Two feature-length animated movies: "Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker" and "Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman," $14.97. (Warner).

The Beatles -- Magical Mystery Tour Memories (1967) Upbeat rockumentary featuring the vivid memories of those who witnessed the making of the cult Beatle movie "The Magical Mystery Tour" in 1967; features a celebrity cast along with anecdotal stories and unseen 8mm home movie footage, as well as eye-witness accounts from fans, on-lookers and the cast of the movie; $19.95. (MVD Visual).

The Blue Elephant (2008) CGI animated tale from the Jim Henson Company. Follows the adventures of an elephant and the many life lessons he learns along his journey. The film features the voice talent of Martin Short, Carl Reiner, Miranda Cosgrove. $19.97 (The Weinstein Co.,/Genius Products).

Boomerang! (1947) Director Elia Kazan; Lee J. Cobb, Arthur Kennedy, Dana Andrews, Jane Wyatt, Cara Williams, Sam Levene, Ed Begley, Karl Malden. Restored and remastered. Extras: Commentary by film noir historians Alain Silver and James Ursini, poster and unit photography gallery. (Fox Noir Classic).

Bratz Girlz Really Rock (2008) Animated musical feature has the Bratz dolls going to summer camp and auditioning for the camp's summer musical showcase; features eight new songs. Extras:Deleted scenes, "Make Your Own Music Video," bloopers, sing-alongs. $19.98. (Lionsgate).

Bright Lights, Big City 20th Anniversary Edition (1988) Michael J. Fox, Kiefer Sutherland, Phoebe Cates, Dianne Wiest, Jason Robards. Extras: Commentary by author-screenwriter Jay Mcinerney, commentary by cinematographer Gordon Willis, "The Light Within" featurette, "Big City Lights" featurette. (MGM).

The Case of the Coin Purloined Two episodes from the public television animated series "Postcards From Buster," $12.95. (WGBH Boston Video).

Cat Stevens: Tea for the Tillerman Live (1971) Coinciding with Yusuf Islam's 60th birthday, this DVD features a rare and classic performance from 1971. Also includes the delightfully animated short film by Cat Stevens, "Teaser and the Firecat," with wacky narration by Spike Milligan; $14.95. (MVD Visual).

Cheers: The Tenth Season (1991-92) Four-disc set with 25 episodes, $42.99. (Paramount).

Chris Marker Four films by the visionary filmmaker ("La Jetee"): Single discs with "The Case of the Grinning Cat" (2004), "The Sixth Side of the Pentagon" (1967) and "Remembrance of Things to Come" (2001), and a two-disc set with "The Last Bolshevik" (1993), a documentary on Soviet filmmaker Aleksandr Medvedkin, along with Medvedkin's "Happiness" (1934). (Icarus Films).

Desperate Housewives: The Complete Fourth Season -- Sizzling Secrets Edition Five-disc set with 17 episodes, $59.99. Extras: "Getting Desperate From Beginning to End," commentary, "The Men of Wisteria Lane," deleted scenes, bloopers. (Disney).

Desperately Seeking Paul McCartney (2008) August, 1965: Ruth Anson, a teenage-reporter for ABC-TV news, is covering the "teen-beat." One of her first interviews: the Beatles, where she asks a young Paul McCartney if he has any plans for marriage. His response, "Only if you'll marry me." Forty years later, Ruth, in search of "closure," obsessively attempts to reconnect with McCartney. "Help" is provided by an opportunist film director who sees Ruth's personal quest as a golden opportunity to reach his professional heights. He assigns a camera-crew to follow Ruth as she, in turn, follows McCartney. $19.95. (MVD Visual).

Doctor Who: The Invasion of Time Two-disc set, $34.98. (Warner).

Doctor Who: The Invisible Enemy/K9 and Company: A Girl's Best Friend Two-disc set, $34.98. (Warner).

Eli Stone: The Complete First Season Four-disc set with 13 episodes, $39.99. Extras: Featurette on the creation of the show, visual effects featurette, extended pilot episode, bloopers, more. (Disney).

Extreme Movie (2008) Michael Cera, Frankie Muniz, Ryan Pinkston, Jamie Kennedy, Matthew Lillard. A sketch comedy movie about the joys and embarrassments of teen sex. (The Weinstein Co./Genius Products/Dimension Extreme).

Flood (2007) Robert Carlyle, Tom Courtenay, Joanne Whalley, David Suchet, Jessalyn Gilsig. When a raging storm coincides with high seas, it unleashes a colossal tidal surge, which travels mercilessly down England's East Coast and into the Thames Estuary, overwhelming the Barrier. Torrents of water engulf the city and the lives of millions are at stake. (RHI Entertainment/Genius Products).

Ghost Whisperer: The Third Season (2007-08) Five-disc set with 18 episodes, $68.99. (Paramount).

How to Rob a Bank (2007) Nick Stahl, Gavin Rossdale, Erika Christensen. After interrupting a bank robbery in progress, Jason "Jinx" Taylor (Nick Stahl) gets locked in the vault with sexy cyber-thief Jessica (Erika Christensen) and they must outsmart the bank robber, whose frustration and anger is building as he tries to negotiate with the SWAT team while holding frightened hostages at gunpoint. (Genius Products).

In Treatment Nine-disc set with 43 episodes of the HBO series, $59.99. (HBO).

John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers: Live at Iowa State University (1987) Filmed at Iowa State University circa 1987; features John Mayall's Bluesbreakers including Walter Trout (guitar), Coco Montoya (guitar), Paul Hines (drums), and Bobby Haynes (bass); $12.95. (MVD Visual).

Kings (2007) Colm Meaney, Brendan Conroy, Donal O'Kelly, Barry Barnes, Donncha Crowley. Six working class Irish men, hardened by years of disappointment and drink, reunite for a friend's funeral. (BFS Entertainment).

Kordavision: The Man Who Shot Che Guevara (2005) An award-winning biography about Alberto Korda, one of the 20th century's most important photojournalists. As Fidel Castro's personal photographer, the man born as Alberto Diaz Gutierrez and later referred to as Korda captured more than 12,000 images of the Cuban Revolution as it unfolded. His photographs have garnered international acclaim, decorated museum galleries, and adorned more T-shirts and bedrooms walls worldwide than anyone could possibly calculate. Korda was responsible for one of the world's most iconic photographs -- the now ubiquitous portrait of revolutionary Che Guevara. The image, captured on March 5, 1960 at a memorial service in Havana, has become an international symbol for rebellion - crossing all political, cultural and social borders. $19.97. (Liberation Entertainment).

Lagerfeld Confidential (2007) Award-winning filmmaker Rodolphe Marconi followed icon Karl Lagerfeld around the globe -- from the designer's studio to runway shows to fabulous hot spots -- to offer the most complete picture of a man who has indelibly transformed fashion; $26.98. (Koch Lorber Films).

Life: Season One Three-disc set, $29.98. Extras: Commentary, deleted scenes, bloopers, "Life Begins" featurette, "Fruits of Life" featurette, slideshows, "Life's Questions Unanswered" discussion of the two-part season finale. (Universal).

Little People, Big World Season 2, Volume 1 TLC reality series about the Roloff family of little people living on a lush 30-acre farm on the outskirts of Portland, Oregon. Three-disc set, $24.95. (Genius Products).

Married Life (2008) Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper, Patricia Clarkson, Rachel McAdams. Extras: Commentary by director Ira Sachs, alternative endings. Also available on Blu-ray Disc. (Sony).

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey's Storybook Surprises Four episodes from the Disney Channel pre-school series: "Minnie's Mystery," "Donald the Frog Prince," "Minnie Red Riding Hood" and "Sleeping Minnie," $19.99. Extras: Interactive storytelling game "Tales From Toodles." (Disney).

Monster Camp (2007) Documentary on fantasy role playing, specifically a weekend of non stop fantasy in Seattle where players act out a dungeons and dragons world built upon fantasy, chivalry, and imagination; $24.98. (Lifesize Entertainment).

Moontide (1942) Jean Gabin, Ida Lupino, Thomas Mitchell, Claude Rains. Restored and remastered. Extras: Commentary by Foster Hirsch, author of "The Dark Side of the Screen: Film Noir"; " Turning of the Tide: The Ill-Starred Making of Moontide" featurette; still galleries: behind the scenes, concept art and poster gallery, glamour shots, production stills. (Fox Noir Classic).

My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Hundred Acre Wood Haunt Four adventures from the Playhouse Disney block series: "Piglet's Lightening Frightening," "Rabbit's Prized Pumpkin," "Eeyore's Trip to the Moon" and the immersive game "Super Sleuth Fall Harvest Festival," $19.99. (Disney).

The Office: Season Four Four-disc set with 14 episodes, $49.98. Extras: Deleted scenes, gag reel, outtakes, cast and crew commentaries, "The Office Convention" Writers' Block panel discussion. (Universal).

Outsourced (2007) Josh Hamilton, Asif Basra, Ayesha Dharker. Comedy about a young man whose job is outsourced to India; to make matters worse, he must travel to Bombay to train his replacement. (Porchlight Home Entertainment).

The Promotion (2008) John C. Reilly, Seann William Scott, Jenna Fischer, Lili Taylor, Jason Bateman. Middle-management comes to the fore as two men go head-to-head, vying for a single coveted management position at a local grocery store. Extras: Commentary by writer-director Steve Conrad, producers Jessika Borisczky Goyera and Steven A. Jones; deleted scenes: "Making the Promotion" featurette, outtakes, promotional webisodes. (The Weinstein Co./Genius Products).

Reprise (2006 -- Norway) Anders Danielsen Lie, Espen Klouman-Hoiner. Two competitive friends, fueled by literary aspirations and youthful exuberance, endure the pangs of love, depression and burgeoning careers. One achieves commercial success and experiences the darker side of fame, the other leads the life of a struggling artist. (Disney).

Road House (1948) Dir.: Jean Negulesco; Ida Lupino, Cornell Wilde, Richard Widmark, Celeste Holm. Restored and remastered. Extras: Commentary by film historians Kim Morgan and Eddie Muller, "Killer Instincts: Richard Widmark and Ida Lupino at Twentieth Century Fox" featurette, interactive pressbook, still galleries: behind the scenes, glamour shots, lobby cards and poster art, production stills. (Fox Noir Classic).

Scooby-Doo Double Feature Two full-length animated features: "Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School" and "Scooby-Doo and the Legend of the Vampire," $14.97. (Warner).

Start-Up Junkies: Season One Reality show that offers a front row seat to both the business challenges a new company must confront as well as the personal dramas of its employees. Part of MOJO HD's Money Night. $24.98. (Infinity Entertainment).

Storm Over Everest (2008) Recounts the worst climbing tragedy in Mount Everest's history that occurred May 10, 1996; $24.95. (WGBH Boston Video).

Super Ninja Doll (2008) Christine Nguyen. Live anime adventure has a super-powered, super-sexy heroine battle intergalactic villains Gorath and Tantella as they attempt to escape the secret world of comic books and dominate the earth. Extras: Blooper reel. (Infinity Entertainment).

Supernatural: The Complete Third Season Five-disc set with 16 episodes, $59.98. Extras: Gag reel, featurettes, commentary, digital copy. (Warner).

Tarzeena: Jiggle in the Jungle (2008) Christine Nguyen. The queen of King Island swings into action and rules an untamed world with her loyal gorilla Tabonga by her side. (Infinity Entertainment).

Then She Found Me (2008) Dir.: Helen Hunt; Helen Hunt, Bette Midler, Colin Firth, Matthew Broderick. Extras: Commentary by Hunt, behind-the-scenes footage, cast interviews. Available on Blu-ray Disc. (ThinkFilm/Image Entertainment).

To the Manor Born Silver Anniversary Special Twenty-five years after their hugely popular love-hate relationship was finally resolved in marriage, we revisit the happy couple of BBC's "To the Manor Born" as they prepare to celebrate their silver wedding anniversary; $14.98. (Warner).
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