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Universal Celebrates 100th Anniversary with 25-Film DVD & Blu-Ray Set, from ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ to ‘Bourne’

Universal Celebrates 100th Anniversary with 25-Film DVD & Blu-Ray Set, from 'To Kill a Mockingbird' to 'Bourne'

As Universal’s centennial celebration continues, the studio announces the release of the “100th Anniversary Collection” on Blu-ray and DVD. The 25-film box set includes classics from an array of eras and genres, such as Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing,” Gregory Peck classic “To Kill a Mockingbird,” Steven Spielberg’s “Jurassic Park” and Tod Browning’s 1931 “Dracula.” Full list of titles below.

The set releases November 6, along with a 72-page collector’s book chronicling Universal’s history, and a 15-track CD featuring some of the most popular scores from Universal films. Yes, this includes (da NUH… da NUH) John’s Williams’ score from “Jaws,” and (reeh! reeh! reeh!) Bernard Herrmann’s score from “Psycho.”

Full list of 25 films included in the box set:

·         All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)

·         Dracula (1931)

·         Dracula Spanish (1931) (Blu-ray Collection only)

·         Buck Privates (1941)

·         Pillow Talk (1959)

·         Spartacus (1960)

·         To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)

·         The Birds (1963)

·         American Graffiti (1973)

·         The Sting (1973)

·         Jaws (1975)

·         National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978)

·         E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

·         Scarface (1983)

·         The Breakfast Club (1985)

·         Back to the Future (1985)

·         Out of Africa (1985)

·         Field of Dreams (1989)

·         Do the Right Thing (1989)

·         Jurassic Park (1993)

·         Schindler’s List  (1993) (DVD Collection only)

·         Apollo 13 (1995)

·         The Fast and the Furious (2001)

·         The Bourne Identity (2002)

·         Mamma Mia! The Movie (2008)

·         Despicable Me (2010)

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The estimated worldwide gross for Mama Mia is 601.2 million. They may just be grateful.

Ole Kittleson

No Deanna Durbin? Wasn't there a point in time when the studio survived on Miss Durbin, Abbott and Costello, as well as the Jon Hall/Maria Montez films??? I believe your strategy is to select very few "older films" for the collection, as too few people will remember them or care. DRACULA without FRANKENSTEIN?? MAMMA MIA? (such a bad film)


The Fast and the Furious, Mamma Mia and Despicable Me?!

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