WWII Aircraft DVDs

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  1. Marshall_Stack

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    Does anyone know of a good place to buy WWII airplane movies, documentaries, training films, etc. for a good price. I always see advertisements in magazines but they seem a little pricey. Is e-bay the place to go?

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    P.S. Got rid of cable TV (don't miss it) but I do occasionally miss some WWII movies...
     
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    "Timeless Media Group" sells many DVD sets on military history documentaries. I'm trying to collect most of these. As far as where can you get them- if you're lucky you can find them in "Ross" stores for less than $5 each (this is where I've been able to get a few). If there is one in your area try there first. If all else fails, look at the link I provided- you are BOUND to find what your looking for 8)

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    I hope this was helpful Marshall 8)
     
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    Oddly enough, I have found a few good ones at Best Buy, but I think it varies on who the local buyer is. My local Borders is terrible with it though. They prefer the sappy romantic comedies and crap like that.
     
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