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Warner Bros. Classic Holiday Collections in November - Artwork added

Warner Home Video have announced the Region 1 DVD release of Warner Bros. Classic Holiday Collection Volume 2 on 11th November 2008. The latest group of highly requested titles which are making their R1 DVD debut includes All Mine to Give, Holiday Affair and It Happened on 5th Avenue along with a special bonus disc Blossoms in the Dust. Digitally remastered, the films will be available both as a festive boxed gift set for $29.98 SRP and individually for $19.97 (Blossoms in the Dust will only be included as part of the collection).

Also available will be the Warner Bros. Holiday Collection Volume 1 ($29.98 SRP) which includes Boys Town, A Christmas Carol and Christmas in Connecticut and a new bonus disc of The Singing Nun, which is exclusive to the collection. All are repackaged in a new slipcase to match the look of Volume 2.

All Mine To Give (1957)
A touching drama, All Mine To Give tells the sad story of six pioneer children who struggle to stay together on Christmas Day following the deaths of their parents. It stars Patty McCormack and Glynnis Johns along with Ellen Corby.

Holiday Affair (1949)
This classic Christmas romantic comedy stars Janet Leigh as a poor young widow torn between a boring successful businessman and a romantic ne'er-do-well. Robert Mitchum and Wendell Corey co-star.

It Happened on 5th Avenue (1947)
This screwball comedy is about a hobo and friends who move into a mansion while the owners are out of town for their Christmas holiday. The film was directed by Roy Del Ruth and stars Don DeFore and Ann Harding.

Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon star in this true story of Edna Gladney, a woman who devoted her life to finding homes for unwanted infants. Felix Bressart co-stars. Directed by Mervyn LeRoy.

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