3 Family titles from Warner

Warner Home Video have announced the UK Region 2 DVD release of Tom & Jerry: Halloween for 6th October 2003 with a retail price of £12.99. This will be the first collection of Tom & Jerry shorts available on DVD here in the UK, the seven included on this set are: Is there a doctor in the Mouse?; The Flying Cat; The Missing Mouse; Two Little Indians; Touche Pussy Cat; The Flying Sorceress; The Haunted Mouse. Bonus features include the menu based game 'Jerry's Spooky Sprint' and a 'Get the Picture' featurette where kids can learn how to draw their own Tom and Jerry.



Arriving on the 20th October 2003 is a further two family titles from Warner Home Video...

Scooby-Doo and the Monster of Mexico - £15.99 - A roaring Mexican mystery, only the brave are invited to join the crazy canine and the Mystery Inc. gang as they head south of the border to visit a friend and end up trying to solve the mysterious appearance of the Chupacabra - Mexico's very own Big Foot. Knee knocking chills and side-splitting thrills accompany the meddling kids and their pesky dog as they attempt to solve their hottest mystery yet.
  • "The Making of Monster of Mexico" - a look behind the scenes
  • Scripted Commentary
  • Watch the movie with the gang
  • Out-take
  • What's New Scooby Doo Trailer
There will also be a Limited Edition box set of this title that includes a Scooby Doo plush toy, this will retail at £19.99.



When In Rome - £15.99 - The Olsen twins star as sisters Charli (Mary-Kate Olsen) and Leila (Ashley Olsen) about to embark on an awesome adventure beyond their wildest dreams! Pack your bags this October and jet off with Mary-Kate and Ashley to Rome as they begin their first summer jobs with the legendary Derek Hanson - an international tycoon whose empire includes airlines, cutting-edge fashion and more. Bonus features include:
  • Trailer
  • Behind-the-Scenes Movie Footage
  • Alternate Movie Ending


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