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The toughest little flashlight you'll ever buy for two bucks! 100,000 hour, super bright LED torch is perfect for camping, travel or home emergency kits. http://pd.gophercentral.com/u/14385/c/186/a/577 ------------------------------------------------------------ August 31, 2010 Greetings, The fun kid's comedy 'Marmaduke' releases on DVD today! Enjoy all the classic elements of a slap-stick talking animal movie accompanied by some great actors such as Owen Wilson and William H. Macy in this instant classic. Watch It Now, Anisa Remember for video clips on all kinds of DVDs and other stuff, visit our site at: www.evtv1.com ----- 'Harry Brown' DVD Michael Caine has played lovable elderly men in recent years, but in the violent, gritty Harry Brown, he reverts to the kind of character he portrayed in Get Carter (1971). Harry Brown (Caine) lives in a crime-ridden South London neighbor- hood where drug-addled young thugs are a continual menace, and the police, led by a detective played by Emily Mortimer, can't do much about it. Although Harry is a pensioner well into his 70s, after his last remaining friend is killed, he falls back on his training as a Royal Marine and reluctantly transforms himself into a ferocious vigilante. 'Marmaduke' DVD Based on the newspaper comic strip that has run for more than five decades, this is a family comedy with talking animals. The main character is a huge Great Dane named Marmaduke (voice of Owen Wilson), who narrates the story. Marmaduke's owners, a married couple with three kids and a talking Russian Blue cat named Carlos (voice of George Lopez), relo- cate from Kansas to Orange County, California. Marmaduke has some social problems at an upscale dog park and has some misadventures when he gets out of the yard. There's also a segment involving doggie surfing. Watch a Clip: http://www.evtv1.com/player.aspx?itemnum=17061 'Why Did I Get Married Too?' DVD Tyler Perry wrote and directed this sequel to his 2007 film Why Did I Get Married? The sequel continues the marital ups and downs of four upper-middle-class African-American couples, and all the actors are back, including Janet Jackson, Jill Scott and Perry himself (in a low-key perfor- mance as one of the husbands). The four couples gather in the Bahamas, and Sheila (Scott) comes with her new husband, but her ex-husband shows up. Also, everyone is surprised when it emerges that one of the couples is headed for divorce. Cicely Tyson and Lou Gossett Jr. appear as an elderly married couple. * DVD Rewind: VICTORY AT SEA DVD COLLECTION For the first time ever you can get Victory At Sea on DVD. Considered the most influential documentary in television history, Victory At Sea, in the words of Harper?s Weekly, "created a new art form." The 26 half-hour episodes were culled from over 13,000 hours of footage shot by the U.S., British, German and Japanese navies during World War II. Original 26 Episodes Digitally Restored on 3 DVDs, plus RARE footage from: * Iwo Jima * Okinawa * Guadalcanal * Mediterrainean This is one DVD collection that EVERY history buff will want to own. To get more info or to order, visit: http://pd.gophercentral.com/u/3656/c/120/a/577 ------------------------------------------------------------ END OF What's New on DVD from evtv1.com Copyright 2010 EVTV1.com All rights reserved. Please forward this, in its entirety, to others.

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