What was the last DVD you bought?

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Bought the DVD Box set of Horrible Histories.
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Ancient Impossible. This is a documentary series, produced by The History Channel.

It looks at how many of today's achievements in technology, and engineering, were developed in the ancient world.

This appealed to my interests in ancient history.
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I bought the entire series of The Wonder Years in the post Christmas sales.

During 1989 - 93, this was my favorite show.
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foolhardycousingeorge wrote:I bought the entire series of The Wonder Years in the post Christmas sales.

During 1989 - 93, this was my favorite show.
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A $3 copy of You Can't Stop the Murders. I may have overpaid.
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A documentary called Mum, How do you spell Gorbatrof?. This comes courtesy of the National Film and Sound Archive.
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Lego Batman for $8 at Kmart. As you probably know, Kmart has decided to no longer sell DVDs or CDs! But I was a bit late to the party and missed all the good bargains
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I bought Rogue One: a Star Wars Story at Kmart, and just bought a used copy of The Phantom Menace on Ebay.
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I have bought two DVDs in the past month. These are Home and Away: Weddings, and Neigbours: Iconic Episodes Vol. 2.

These were not for myself. They are going to be Christmas gifts for my sister. I haven't watched either of these shows for over twenty years.
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A DVD of a live comedy show, Growing Up performed by comedian and impersonator, Ben Price.
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