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Flea markets: what is worth saving?
Topic Started: May 5 2013, 07:31 PM (41,768 Views)
Harm
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If they don't cost much, they're worth a gamble. You can just throw them away, can't you?

Fist Fighter is an entertaining film, by the way.
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Harm
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That ninja flick is very enjoyable, and nicely letter boxed too! Judging from the box size however, you seem to have the sell version.
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Meh, Hollywood Electric is the real deal, not CVD. Some don't agree, but that's the way I feel anyway.
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candela
Sep 14 2013, 05:10 PM
Harm
Sep 11 2013, 03:44 PM
Meh, Hollywood Electric is the real deal, not CVD. Some don't agree, but that's the way I feel anyway.

Can you send some example pics of Hollywood Electric in PM, don't think I

CVD are reissued Hollywood Electric releases. Their logos are slapped on the original HE logo's and they use smaller boxes. So they basically look the same, except uglier and less legit.
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