With the complete Batman television series from the 1960s (a massive 18-disc DVD set) already in place for retail delivery on Nov. 11, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment deftly added to the DC Comics’ 75th Anniversary celebration — without overshadowing that unique collection — with the announcement this past week that a double-disc 25th Anniversary Blu-ray edition of director Tim Burton’s 1989 film release of Batman has been added to the company’s Nov. 11 release calendar.
This collectible edition of Batman is being packaged as part of the newly-launched “Diamond Luxe” series. Included as a bonus nugget here is “Batman: The Birth of the Modern Blockbuster.”
Also added to the already busy post-Labor Day release schedule for delivery on Sept. 9 are DVD editions of Desert Song (1953, Kathryn Grayson, Gordon MaCrae) and Desert Song (1944, Dennis Morgan, Bruce Cabot and Irene Manning).
Debuting on DVD on Sept. 23 are Five and Ten (1931, Marion Davies), Man Who Played God (1932, George Arliss and Bette Davis) and One Night At Susie's (1930, Billie Dove and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.).
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