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G.B.S. Boxed

G.B.S. Boxed G.B.S. Boxed The Bernard Shaw Collection. BBC Warner DVD, 16 May 2006. 670 minutes. $59.98. Aspect ratio 1:33 (full frame), color, NTSC (Region 1: U.S. and Canada). Ten plays on six discs--The Millionairess (1972), The Apple Cart (1972), Mrs Warren's Profession (1972), Pygmalion (1973), You Never Can Tell (1977), Heartbreak House (1977), The Man of Destiny (1981), Androcles and the Lion (1984), The Devil's Disciple (1987), and Arms and the Man (1989)--plus ``bonus programs'': ``The Wit and World of George Bernard Shaw,'' narrated by Christopher Plummer; ``George Bernard Shaw Lived Here: Bernard Levin at Ayot St. Lawrence''; and audio excerpts of ``George Bernard Shaw Talks''--``Sixth Form'' and ``British Drama League.'' The first question, on advice to consumers, is easily answered. Is The Bernard Shaw Collection worth buying? As a consumer who bought it, my answer is yes. I take the title of the set from the box containing the DVDs. Elsewhere it is listed (no surprise here) as The George Bernard Shaw Collection. As cost, I cite the manufacturer's list price, which is like rack rates for hotel rooms: discounts are available. I preordered it at a 30 percent discount, about $42.00. If you shop online, you might http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies Penn State University Press

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G.B.S. Boxed The Bernard Shaw Collection. BBC Warner DVD, 16 May 2006. 670 minutes. $59.98. Aspect ratio 1:33 (full frame), color, NTSC (Region 1: U.S. and Canada). Ten plays on six discs--The Millionairess (1972), The Apple Cart (1972), Mrs Warren's Profession (1972), Pygmalion (1973), You Never Can Tell (1977), Heartbreak House (1977), The Man of Destiny (1981), Androcles and the Lion (1984), The Devil's Disciple (1987), and Arms and the Man (1989)--plus ``bonus programs'': ``The Wit and World of George Bernard Shaw,'' narrated by Christopher Plummer; ``George Bernard Shaw Lived Here: Bernard Levin at Ayot St. Lawrence''; and audio excerpts of ``George Bernard Shaw Talks''--``Sixth Form'' and ``British Drama League.'' The first question, on advice to consumers, is easily answered. Is The Bernard Shaw Collection worth buying? As a consumer who bought it, my answer is yes. I take the title of the set from the box containing the DVDs. Elsewhere it is listed (no surprise here) as The George Bernard Shaw Collection. As cost, I cite the manufacturer's list price, which is like rack rates for hotel rooms: discounts are available. I preordered it at a 30 percent discount, about $42.00. If you shop online, you might

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SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw StudiesPenn State University Press

Published: Oct 22, 2007

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