Welcome to rareandcollectibledvds. Your home for classic movies.
Rareandcollectibledvds recognizes loyal customers to our library. As a member, every 5 DVD discs you aquire in a purchase, you are eligible for a free disc. This reward is based solely on discs, so for example, if you purchase a TV-series that has 4 discs and one single disc movie, then you qualify for another free movie. The titles you are rewarded with will be selected from the collection in your personal "wishlist". Depending on the number of discs you purchase, you may also put multiple disc sets in your wishlist.
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In the case of a faulty or damaged item we will replace them immediately we are notified. Please contact us via the "contact us" to arrange your replacement.
Should you believe your order has been lost in transit again we will arrange a replacement. Mail for various reasons can get delayed. Please see the "average mail time" on the shipping page and if your shipment has gone beyond this time again use the "contact us". Once it has been established that a reasonable time has elapsed and it has not been delivered then a replacement will be sent.
We at rareandcollectibledvs at all times in any dispute that may arise will take your issue seriously and strive to make you completely happy with your purchase. It is in our interest to have happy clients who come back and make repeat purchases.
Disclaimer: The content of some of our DVDs is underlying material in the 'public domain', and as such is in accordance with the Berne Convention policies regarding such material. The work has entered 'public domain’ because either the copyright was never applied for or has expired. Anything that is not protected under the copyright law, this includes all works published between 1928 and under certain conditions works published up to 1978 can be re-published. A work can be anything a book, a play, a piece of music, photographs, movies, instruction manuals, a poster etc. Re-published and re-packaging 'public domain' information or creative works is not illegal, because the work has fallen into 'public domain' there are no royalties to pay.