The Golden Age of Hollywood

I thought it would be cool if everyone shared a pic of their movie collection. The pic of my cabinet holds about 250 DVDS but I also have a portable DVD case which holds another 250 that I let a friend borrow while he is recovering from surgery. I am running out of room as you can see I've started stacking movies on top of my cabinet.

 

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I like your style Miss S, I see where you have several Marx Bros films with your astaire and Rogers. Nice collection there. I will add more detailed pics of my collection as well. This is good stuff.
more of my dvd-r's with case art by GAOH member, Tim Williams.

Here is a more detailed view of my collection Christopher and Miss S. Please note most of my older films are in my portable carry case which I let a friend borrow while he recovers from surgery.

As a side note, I would say I have recorded on DVD-R close to 200 movies on TCM, which I keep in a paper sleeves and cases. So many movies and so little time.
looking good there!..You guys have so much stuff that I don't.
This is great...I'll have to weigh in with mine, as soon as all this yardsale stuff is out of the den so I can get proper shots of my shelves...they're all over the place...

You asked for it, Monty.....

That's awesome Dan. I see you have several military DVDs and horror. I love your horror statutes too. Awesome collection. Thanks for sharing.
I think our homes could rival that of any Film Vault in any major motion picture studio. :o))
I agree Christopher..
Here's part of my collection as it used to be stored in my old house. Currently I've got most of my DVDs stored in albums and the empty DVD boxes are in cartons back at my old house (but I have the inserts here!). I'll either move the boxes when I move my furniture or buy new empty boxes here. I've added more of those black albums you see, in which I store DVDs I burned myself. I have two of them, each holding around 80 DVDs, for my 1930s comedies. I have one for dramas and thrillers from the 30s and 40s, one for films of the 50s and 60s (all genres), and currently, one album is being shared by silent films and westerns. Since all my boxes are still back in the Netherlands, I got a few more albums to store the commercial DVDs. In my new place I don't even have bookcases yet, but they will come. I have around 700 titles of pre-1965 films, mostly on DVD but there are a few still on video cassette.
I don't know why the photo uploaded on its side. It's right-side up in my computer. Sorry about that!

Awesome Rosie. Sounds and looks like you have an impressive collection as well. Thanks for sharing with us.

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