A Big Thank You from CMH: The 2nd Annual “Give a Gift, Get a Gift” Promotion

Last Year was so Awesome (Thank You), We’re Doing it Again…
The Give A Gift, Get a Gift Holiday Contest.

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Greetings CMH Fans and Followers! 

We had so much fun last year – and are truly grateful that you all took the time to read and comment on our Contributor posts – that we’ve decided to do it again!

That said, to show our appreciation to our CMH fans and followers — and to celebrate our columnists who take the time to pen such wonderful articles for us — we’re launching the 2nd Annual “Give a Gift, Get a Gift” Holiday Giveaway…

Here’s how the giveaway works:

Over the past two years, we added a variety of monthly CMH columns, each with a niche classic film theme, authored by some of the best writers in the classic film community. To better acquaint you with these fabulous writers and to show them some fan love in return, this contest asks you to read as many of these featured posts as you desire (listed below) and leave a comment of feedback for each of those you’ve read. For every comment submitted, you get an entry into our contest. The more comments you give, the more chances you have to win! And – for those of you that already commented on some of these posts earlier in the year, no problem, just comment again, and each new comment will count toward your entries.

We call the contest Give a Gift, Get a Gift… The gift you’re giving is the gift of time by reading and commenting on the post(s)… The gift you’re getting is an entry (or entries) into the contest… As for me, to show my appreciation for your participation, I have tried to put together some nice prize packages — and all of the DVDs have been purchased by me (they were not supplied by any outside company)…

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The weekly and Grand Prize drawings:

The contest will run from now through December 29, 2018, 8PM EST. In order to qualify to win one of these prizes via this contest giveaway, you must read and comment on as many of the featured posts as you want (links below). For each comment submitted, you will gain one entry into the contest. However, the sooner you get started, the more chances you will have to win – because in addition to the Grand Prizes awarded at the end of the contest, we will also be giving away one DVD a week (as listed below). And, if you win a DVD during one of the weekly drawings, you are STILL ELIGIBLE to win one of the Grand or Runner Up Prizes at the end of the contest! United States (all 50 states) and Canadian residents are eligible this time. All prizes will be awarded via random drawings. Prizes will be shipped to our winners in mid-January.

  • Dec 8: The Bishop’s Wife DVD (1 winner announced Dec 9 at 8PM)
  • Dec 15: The Bishop’s Wife DVD (1 winner announced Dec 16 at 8PM)
  • Dec 22: The Bishop’s Wife DVD (1 winner announced Dec 23 at 8PM)
  • Dec 29: The Bishop’s Wife DVD (1 winner announced Dec 30 at 8PM)
  • Dec 31: Grand Prize Packages (a total of 5 winners… each winner will be announced around midnight on Dec 31 — to help ring in the New Year)
    • Grand Prize #1: winner’s choice of 4 DVDs (listed below) + one surprise gift
    • Grand Prize #2: winner’s choice of 4 DVDs (listed below) + one surprise gift
    • Grand Prize #3: winner’s choice of 4 DVDs (listed below) + one surprise gift
    • Runner Up Prize #1: winner’s choice of 3 DVDs (listed below)
    • Runner Up Prize #2: winner’s choice of 3 DVDs (listed below)

We will announce each week’s winner on Twitter @ClassicMovieHub or this blog, depending how you entered, as noted above.

See full rules below.

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Here are the DVDs up for grabs (winner’s choice of 3 or 4, as noted above, while supplies last):

  1. Alfred Hitchcock: 20 Films (The Lady Vanishes 1938, The Farmer’s Wife 1928, The Manxman 1926, Easy Virtue 1926, Jamaica Inn 1939, The Lodger 1926, The Ring 1927, Young and Innocent 1937, Rich and Strange 1932, The Thirty-Nine Steps 1935, Secret Agent 1936, Champagne 1928, Blackmail 1929, Juno and the Paycock 1930, Sabotage 1936, The Skin Game 1931, Number Seventeen 1932, The Man Who Knew Too Much 1934, Alfred Hitchcock Presents: The Cheney Vase, Alfred Hitchcock Presents: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, trailers)
  2. An Affair to Remember
  3. An American in Paris
  4. The Adventures of Robin Hood
  5. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (39 episodes, 4 films) (includes TV episodes starring Ronald Howard, as well as films including The Woman in Green starring Basil Rathbone)
  6. The Apartment
  7. Barefoot in the Park
  8. Breakfast at Tiffanys
  9. Bullitt
  10. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
  11. Cabaret
  12. Carousel
  13. Casablanca
  14. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
  15. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
  16. Christmas in Connecticut
  17. The Day the Earth Stood Still
  18. Father of the Bride
  19. Fiddler on the Roof
  20. Four Film Favorites, Classic Holiday Collection Vol 2 (All Mine to Give, It Happened on 5th Avenue, Holiday Affair, Blossoms in the Dust)
  21. Francis the Talking Mule
  22. Funny Face
  23. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
  24. Hello Dolly
  25. Heroes of the Old West (20 TV episodes, 10 films) (includes McLintock and Santa Fe Trail, plus some episodes of The Lone Ranger)
  26. House Boat
  27. How to Marry a Millionaire
  28. The Incredible Mr. Limpet
  29. John Wayne Tribute Collection (25 films plus documentary) (includes Angel and the Badman McLintock and Sagebrush Trail plus a documentary called The American West of John Ford)
  30. The King and I
  31. Life with Father / Father’s Little Dividend
  32. Ma and Pa Kettle, Vol 2. (Four Films: At the Fair, On Vacation, At Home, At Wakiki)
  33. The Maltese Falcon
  34. The Music Man
  35. North by Northwest
  36. Oklahoma
  37. Paris When It Sizzles
  38. Penny Serenade
  39. Rebel Without a Cause
  40. Rio Bravo
  41. The Roaring Twenties
  42. Roman Holiday
  43. Sabrina
  44. Second Hand Lions
  45. Send Me No Flowers
  46. Singin’ in the Rain
  47. Some Like It Hot
  48. Spellbound
  49. The Three Stooges 75th Anniversary Collector’s Edition (Disorder in the Court, Sing a Song of Six Pants, Brideless Groom, Malice in the Palace, Jerk of All Trades, live action color classics, Swing Parade of 1946, cartoons, trailers)
  50. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
  51. True Grit
  52. West Side Story
  53. Great Cinema: 15 Films (The Snows of Kilimanjaro 1952, Anna Karenina 1948, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court 1952, Tale of Two Cities 1953, Jane Eyre 1971, Legend of the Sea Wolf 1975, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn 1953, The Jungle Book 1942, Call of the Wild 1972, Macbeth 1961, Of Human Bondage 1934, Little Men 1940, The Last Time I Saw Paris 1954, David Copperfield 1970, Cyrano De Bergerac 1950)

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Here are the links to the blog articles…
(enter as many times as you like… 1 comment on 1 post = 1 entry):

NOTE: if for any reason you encounter a problem commenting on any of the blog posts, please feel free to tweet or DM us, or send an email to clas@gmail.com and we will be happy to create the entry for you.

ALSO: Please allow us 48 hours to approve your comments. Sorry about that, but we are overwhelmed with spam, and must sort through 100s of comments every day…

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Last but not least, the Rules:

  • Contest will run from Dec 2, 2018 to Dec 29, 2018 at 8pm EST.
  • Limited to United States (yes, all 50 states can enter this time!) and Canadian residents only.
  • Every time you read a column article (from the list above) and leave an eligible feedback comment, you will receive one entry into the Contest.
  • Only one comment per post/article during the contest period is counted as an entry. If you already commented on a post/article at some point earlier in the year (aka before the contest start date of Dec 2, 2018, you can still post a comment during the contest period of Dec 2 through Dec 29 and it will be counted as a new/eligible entry)
  • Each comment must be positive, and must be more detailed than simply “great post!” Some good examples:
    • “Karen, I really enjoyed learning about the noir gem, WICKED WOMAN. Who knew the writing/directing duo behind that film created the story of Doris Day/Rock Hudson classic PILLOW TALK?? Thanks for teaching me something new about classic film!”
    • “Ron, I never thought about how early talkies would completely change movie concessions. That was a fascinating perspective. Thanks!”
  • Yes, you can win the weekly DVD giveaway, and still be eligible to win a Grand Prize or Runner Up Prize package.
  • Spammers (i.e. using bots to make generic comments) are ineligible.
  • Updates will be posted on CMH social media channels on a regular basis.
  • Each winner will be notified by email and/or Twitter and will have 48 hours to respond with their shipping information or a new winner may be chosen. If any Prize or Prize notification is returned as undeliverable, the winner may be disqualified, and an alternate winner may be selected.
  • Prizes will ship after the contest period is over. Please allow up to 2 to 4 weeks for prize delivery. Classic Movie Hub is not responsible for prizes lost or stolen.
  • Family of Classic Movie Hub is not eligible for entry……

The more feedback comments you give, the more chances to win. See? Give a Gift, Get a Gift! We hope you enjoy participating in our Holiday Contest to honor this season for giving.

A Big Thank your for participating! And a Happy and Healthy Holidays to All,

–Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub

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4 Responses to A Big Thank You from CMH: The 2nd Annual “Give a Gift, Get a Gift” Promotion

  1. Richard Weatherford says:

    hope i get picked!

  2. KittyPride says:

    Thank you so much for including Canadians in your giveaway Annmarie, I follow you on Twitter @ReadyOwl and really enjoy your posts, such a delight to see some of the images you include. Great fun!

  3. Liliana Radwanski says:

    Wow, I Love Funny Face as I have most of the others.
    Fred Astaire playing the older Fashion Photographer taking young Ingenue Audrey Hepburn from Bookstore Associate to The World of Runway Fashion in Paris. Sprinkle in Gershwin Tunes and Givenchy Fashions and Beauty of Paris in Color and Fred’s Timeless Dancing and you have a memorable film.
    I have seen this film many times. It is a Classic Film. Audrey was still at the beginning of her career and Fred’s was in his last decade. I would Love to win it.

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