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The final four FSM CDs are coming—look for #247 in June. We'll probably hit #250 in late summer.

In the meantime, here's a little FSM freebie offer you might enjoy at Screen Archives:

Buy any $50 (not including postage) of FSM CDs and get FREE your pick of ONE the following:

1. All Fall Down/The Outrage
2. Crossed Swords
3. Eye of the Devil (MY personal favorite of this list!)
4. Home From the Hill
5. Maurice Jarre: Concert Works
6. Never So Few/7 Women
7. Ride Vaquero/The Outriders
8. The Ice Pirates
9. The Prisoner of Zenda
10. The Swan
11. Prophecy





Buy $100+ and get two choices, etc.—but NO substitutions. Ask for your freebie in the "notes" field in the SAE check-out process.  NOTE: Does not apply to used/rare/one-of-a-kind copies.
Offer good until end of business day (E.S.T.) Tuesday, May 15th.
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Great deal, Lukas. (Too bad I already have all the freebies.) I hope others will take advantage of it. To paraphrase Joni Mitchell, those CD's play real good for free.

DAMN!
Week ago I ordered 7 titles, with 3 FSM (Outland, The World, the Flesh and the Devil & Wait Until Dark). And Eye of the Devil WAS in my wish-list. Verrrrry sad.

Thank you, Mr. K, for this offer.

I was one who horked up the full price for the Raksin set before it got offered for free, so I'm pleased to get a shot at a freebie, too.

PROPHECY shall be mine!

Well, I think I'll use this freebie deal as an excuse to finally get a copy of THE FIVE THOUSAND FINGERS OF DR. TERWILLKER! I think I'll team that up with NORTH DALLAS FORTY and take RIDE VAQUERO!/THE OUTRIDERS for free! Thanks!

Would anyone care to give some suggestions about the choice for the free CD(s). I am not familiar with any of them.

Would anyone care to give some suggestions about the choice for the free CD(s). I am not familiar with any of them.

Never So Few/7 Women is very good. Never So Few is very golden age in style. It's a WWII movie which is the score I bought it for, but discovered 7 Women in the process. Very unusual music for the type of film it is. Incorporates jazz.

Would anyone care to give some suggestions about the choice for the free CD(s). I am not familiar with any of them.

Crossed Swords is fabulous. Its really sad that wasn't a sell- out. It baffles the mind.

Would anyone care to give some suggestions about the choice for the free CD(s). I am not familiar with any of them.

A tough question to answer since we don't know your tastes (what eras you like, what composers you like, what styles you prefer).


I'll go out on a limb and make a case for THE SWAN since it will have the prettiest, most tonal, most romantic music. And the most gorgeous-est pictures!



No wait! PROPHECY, because it will have the most primal, most gut-quaking, most horrifying music.

And the most oooogly-iest pictures!


A tough question to answer since we don't know your tastes (what eras you like, what composers you like, what styles you prefer).


I'll go out on a limb and make a case for THE SWAN since it will have the prettiest, most tonal, most romantic music. And the most gorgeous-est pictures!


I guess I could have clarified that. John Williams is my favorite composer and I don't think we will ever see another release as great as the blue box. Lately I have been listening to Clue, Blazing Saddles, Karate Kid 2, Goonies, and Ben Hur. I also just bought the Intrada BTTF which is excellent.

No wait! PROPHECY, because it will have the most primal, most gut-quaking, most horrifying music.

I have always hated horror movies, but strangely I have been enjoying the music.(Puppet Master, Halloween, The Thing, etc.) Something I never thought would happen. I will check out Prophecy. And yes that picture is nasty.

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