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Warner Brothers Iconic Films Collection (6 DVD box set) - £16.99 delivered from Play.com

Next cheapest price is £25.17 at ASDA. A box set of cult Warner Brother films, from a number of different eras and genres.


1. Dog Day Afternoon (Dir. Sidney Lumet, 1975)
2. True Romance (Dir. Tony Scott, 1993
3. Deliverance (Dir. John Boorman, 1972)
4. Enter The Dragon (Dir. Robert Clouse, 1973)
5. A Clockwork Orange (Dir. Stanley Kubrick, 1971)
6. Get Carter (Dir. Mike Hodges, 1971)

Dog Day Afternoon: On a hot Brooklyn afternoon, two optimistic losers set out to rob a bank. Sonny (Al Pacino) is the mastermind, Sal (John Cazale) is the follower, and disaster is the result.

True Romance: In True Romance, two lovers (Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette) are thrust into a dangerous game of highstakes negotiations and high-speed adventure.

Deliverance: Deliverance, based by James Dickey on his novel, surges with the urgency of masterful storytelling, like Georgia's Chattooga River along which it was shot.

Enter the Dragon (Uncut Version): Enter the Dragon takes Lee to the island fortress of a criminal warlord called Han, whose martial arts academy covers up opium-smuggling and prostitution activities.

Get Carter: Double Academy Award winner Michael Caine has rarely looked cooler as the well dressed heavy, attempting to uncover the facts behind the death of his brother, in this hard-boiled thriller.

Clockwork Orange: The old ultra-violence is back, as ultra-brilliant as anything Stanley Kubrick ever directed. Demonic gang-leader Alex - Malcolm McDowell's defining performance - goes on the spree of rape, mugging and murder with his pack of "droogs".
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Great price Edi. Few classics in there too :)

You know, I have a banjo and can play the deliverance tune... :prop:
Nice find edi :) Thanks!

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