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Welcome to My Rare Films
This is a private FILM COLLECTORS ARCHIVE RESOURCE that contains rare films made between the 1930's and the 1980's. This means that they should be out of copyright and in the public domain and have not been released commercially on dvd format within the UK. Copies are made on demand only and the price charged is for the raw materials: discs, sleeves, mailers, stamps, transport to the PO and time to do it. There is no box, no artwork, just a new dvd-r disc in a sleeve that will play in all UK players in the UK, Europe and Australasian.. They will not play in the USA/Canada unless you have a multi-region player, although they will often play in computer drives.
Please advise via the contact form of anything that is showing on the site that is still held within copyright and it will be removed from the site immediately. Discs are only made on demand so no stock is manufactured and no artwork created
Quality, Gradings, Disc Info
Do not expect pristine quality films and please check the gradings - They are from a variety of sources - some are very good and some not so. Films are supplied on good quality DVD-R discs without artwork and in protective lined paper sleeves.
They are PAL format so play in all UK/European/Australasian regions.
*For North America/Canada, a multi-region player is usually required
Buy x3, get a 4th film free!
Place your order in the usual way by adding to basket and checking out. When completing payment, please just add a note asking for the extra film of your choice. If you decide to add it to the order with the others, the cost will be refunded back to you. This also applies to multiples ie: buy x6 ask for x2 extra free
You will receive a Paypal invoice for non-UK orders. UK shipping is free.
If you have any questions, please use the contact form.
Shipping & Payment Information
PAYPAL is the usual payment method.
For International orders please check the International Shipping Rates section under the Home Page dropdown.
Full credit and thanks goes to IMDB for help with many film descriptions herein