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I just took a look at my pile of duplicate videos and DVDs. April 30 is Queen's Day here, when everyone sells their old junk. In anticipation of that event, I thought I'd first offer my surplus titles here. I'm interesting in trading if possible. I'm very willing to trade for a movie you've recorded off the TV as long as I don't already have the title, but what I'm offering here is all commercial videos and DVDs. If you see a copyright symbol by a title, it means that the tape has some sort of strange copy protection that doesn't allow me to transfer it to my DVD recorder. Some of these titles I bought used, so they may have various stickers or whatnot on them. If that's a concern to you, please feel free to ask for detailed information about the condition of a particular item. They all play fine.

About shipping: For shipping to me, you can choose either my address in the Netherlands or my Michigan address, whichever is easier for you. For shipping to you, I'll ship airmail to the States, priority within Europe. We can contact each other with that info privately. Obviously, I'm losing money with every videotape I mail out. But I'm doing it this way to make sure my collection ends up in a loving home :-) and to expand my collection with titles I otherwise wouldn't be able to get my hands on.

Here's what I have that I can part with:

VHS (NTSC)
The Thin Man
Lady for a Day
Magic Town (clamshell case)
Remember the Night ©
Top Hat
Swing Time
Shall We Dance
They All Kissed the Bride
Strange Cargo
The Ghost & Mrs. Muir
Mississippi (stars Bing Crosby & W.C. Fields)
The Young in Heart (high-quality, hard clamshell case)
How to Steal a Million (big clamshell case)
It's in the Bag
Never Wave at a WAC
One Two Three
The Devil and Miss Jones (clamshell case)
Without Love ©
Libeled Lady
It Happened One Night
Christmas in Connecticut
Ball of Fire
The Lady Eve ©? (must test)
The Lady Is Willing
Roberta
Hands Across the Table ©? (must test)
Theodora Goes Wild
Roman Holiday
The Princess Comes Across ©? (must test)
Reaching for the Moon
Forsaking All Others
Blessed Event
Waikiki Wedding
Heartbeat
The Girl from Missouri
George Washington Slept Here
Unfaithfully Yours
Road to Hong Kong ©

DVDs (Region indicated)
My Man Godfrey, 1936 (Reg. 1, large jewel case)
Grand Hotel (Reg. 1, snap case)
I'm No Angel (Reg. 1, snap case)
Road to Morocco (Reg. 1)
Road to Singapore (Reg. 1)
Duck Soup (Reg. 2)
The Lady Vanishes (Reg. 2)
Paradise, Hawaiian Style (Reg. 2, new, still sealed)

There are a lot of things I'm still looking for for my collection (especially obscure comedies that aren't out yet on VHS or DVD), so if you're interested in trading for any of these titles, let me know.

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Comment by Paco Malo on November 29, 2008 at 4:15pm
Oh! I got confused, by weeding out your movies I thought you were getting rid of "Half Baked" and your old Cheech and Chong flicks. Sorry.
Comment by Rosie Sayer on April 5, 2008 at 5:42am
Kim, I still haven't heard what you have to trade. Have you posted it somewhere?
Comment by Rosie Sayer on March 31, 2008 at 11:13am
Hi, Kim! I'm glad you found some you're interested in, and my husband will be VERY glad when these tapes are out of our house. :-)
Since I live in Europe, shipping will be more expensive for me, but that's okay. My mom lives in Michigan, so you could ship my stuff to her; media rate is fine. She'll bring it to me the next time she visits. Which leads me to the next question: what do you have? I caught an enticing glimpse in that TCM special (I think I spotted Jimmy the Gent, which I'm lacking!), but I don't recall if you've posted the whole list. I'm most interested in comedies. Can you give me some idea of what you have to swap? Then we can exchange addresses. In the meantime, I'll look up all my Barbara Stanwyck titles and send that list to you.

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