Kino Lorber DVD and Blu-Ray Oscar Tribute Giveaway (Facebook/Blog February)

And the Winner Is…
Kino Lorber DVD/Blu-Ray Giveaway, Winner’s Choice of 17 Classic Titles

Yay! The Contest is over and the winners are:
Steve C and David D. 

Our Oscar Month Celebration continues with our Facebook/Blog version of our Oscar Tribute DVD/Blu-ray giveaway! That said, we’ll be giving away TWO more Kino Lorber Classic DVDs/Blu-Rays this month – winner’s choice of 17 titles. These are in addition to the TEN Classics we’re giving away via the Twitter version of this contest — so please feel free to enter both contests for even more chances to win! A Big Thank You to Kino Lorber for providing the prizes!

Witness for the Prosecution, Marlene Dietrich and Charles LaughtonWitness for the Prosecution, Marlene Dietrich and Charles Laughton


Here are the titles up for grabs, all are either Academy Award winners or noms, or cinematic masterpieces that pre-date the Oscars:

  • SEPARATE TABLES (1958) directed by Delbert Mann, and starring Deborah Kerr, Rita Hayworth, David Niven and Burt Lancaster (Blu-Ray or DVD)
  • MARTY (1955) directed by Delbert Mann, and starring Ernest Borgnine and Betsy Blair (Blu-Ray or DVD)
  • ELMER GANTRY (1960) directed by Richard Brooks, and starring Burt Lancaster, Jean Simmons and Shirley Jones (Blu-Ray or DVD)
  • WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION (1957) directed by Billy Wilder, and starring Tyrone Power, Marlene Dietrich and Charles Laughton (Blu-Ray or DVD)
  • JUDGEMENT AT NUREMBERG (1961) directed by Stanley Kramer, and starring Burt Lancaster, Judy Garland, Spencer Tracy and Marlene Dietrich (only DVD is available)
  • COMING HOME (1978) directed by Hal Ashby, and starring Jane Fonda, Jon Voight and  Bruce Dern (Blu-Ray or DVD)
  • LILIES OF THE FIELD (1963) directed by Ralph Nelson, and starring Sidney Poitier (only DVD is available)
  • BAD GIRL (1931) directed by Frank Borzage, and starring James Dunn, Sally Eilers and Minna Gombell (only Blu-Ray is available)
  • DAVID & BATHSHEBA (1951) directed by Henry King, and starring Gregory Peck and Susan Hayward (only Blu-Ray is available)
  • YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW (1963) directed by Vittorio De Sica, and starring Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni (Blu-Ray or DVD)
  • SUNFLOWER (1970) directed by Vittorio De Sica, and starring Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni (only Blu-Ray is available)
  • MARRIAGE ITALIAN STYLE (1964) directed by Vittorio De Sica, and starring Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni (only Blu-Ray is available)
  • NOSFERATU (1922) directed by F. W. Marnau, and starring Max Schreck (Blu-Ray or DVD)
  • METROPOLIS (1927) directed by Fritz Land, and starring Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Gustav Froelich, Alfred Abel  and Brigitte Helm (Blu-ray or DVD)
  • CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI (1920) directed by Robert Wiene, and starring Freidrich Feher, Lil Dagover, Werner Krauss and Conrad Veidt (Blu-ray or DVD)
  • DESTINY (1921) directed by Fritz Lang, and starring Lil Dagover, Bernhard Goetzke and Walter Janssen (Blu-Ray or DVD)
  • DR. MABUSE THE GAMBLER (1922) directed by Fritz Lang, and starring Alfred Abel, Rudolf Klein-Rogge and Aud Egede Nissen (Blu-Ray and DVD)

In order to qualify for this Facebook/Blog contest giveaway, you must complete the below entry task by Saturday, February 25 at 10PM EST. We will pick two winners via a random drawing and announce them on Facebook or this Blog (depending on how you entered) the day after the contest ends (Sunday February 26).

Nosferatu Max ShreckNosferatu, 1922 Silent Classic


ENTRY TASK to be completed by Saturday, February 25 at 10PM EST…

Answer the below question via the comment section at the bottom of this blog post

What is one of your all-time favorite movies and why?

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


Also — Just for CMH Fans!!! Use our exclusive Kino Lorber Coupon Code CMHW17 for 15% off Studio Classics titles on the Kino Lorber website, The Offer is valid through February 28, 2017, so that gives you plenty of time to peruse and use :)

Kino Lorber Academy Award Winning Classics and Coupon Code

You can visit Kino Lorber on their website, on Twitter at @KinoLorber or on Facebook.

Please note that only Continental United States (excluding Alaska, Hawaii, and the territory of Puerto Rico) entrants are eligible.

And — BlogHub members ARE eligible to win if they live within the Continental United States (as noted above).

For complete rules, click here.

Good Luck!


–Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub

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28 Responses to Kino Lorber DVD and Blu-Ray Oscar Tribute Giveaway (Facebook/Blog February)

  1. Steve Carmody says:

    The Thing

    It inspired my choice of a career as a journalist.

    “Keep watching the skies!”

  2. Laura A. says:

    One of my all time favorite movies is “Bringing Up Baby.” I love the ridiculous, rapid-fire dialogue!!

  3. Shelia says:

    What is one of your all-time favorite movies and why?
    That would be “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” because it spoke to me in an awakening time of my life that revealed just that! You really don’t have to do anything else! Just be-ing is enough! =)

    I second this: A Big Thank You to Kino Lorber for providing the prizes!
    Also, in case it is needed: I do not have a Tweeter, Facebook, or what’s the other one account, so am posting here. LOL
    And, Annmarie if I win this particular one, I’m doing things a little different and requesting the one film that has garnered the most requests. The other contest I have selected YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW (1963) DVD only please. Thank you again for facilitating these great Classic Resurrections.

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Wow, very interesting choice… and to be honest, I don’t think I’ve ever seen “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” in its entirety… I will have to check it out… Thanks so much for entering (and for all of your support) and Good Luck 🙂

  4. Chris Teel says:

    Double Indemnity is one of my favorites. Fred McMurray playing a bad guy threw me the first time I saw it, but he did it so well I forgot about his role as the father in My Three Sons. Barbara Stanwyck was amazing as always.

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Great choice! And, I know what you mean about MacMurray — hard to believe ‘Steve Douglas’ could be such a baddie… Thanks for entering and Good Luck 🙂

  5. Ashley Hinz says:

    I have so many favorites. Mixed Nuts is one I never tire of. My grandmother and I would watch it at least once a year.

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Oh wow, I’m honestly not familiar with that one… I just looked it up and see that Steve Martin is in it… I’ll have to check it out… Thanks for entering and Good Luck 🙂

  6. Helen L. says:

    That’s a tough question to answer. One of my all-time favorite movies is An Affair to Remember. The story and acting are superb.

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      I knew it would be tough! But good choice…just saw that one on the Big Screen last week… what a beautiful film! Thanks for entering and Good Luck 🙂

  7. Shawn D Moore says:

    (second attempt to comment)
    I love many of the films listed, but from the list I would select Dr. Mabuse as it is a fascinating film, which doesn’t get as much exposure as many of the others listed.
    It is a combination of supernatural, political, and criminal intrigue. Entertaining with a sinister and frightening edge to it. I enjoy it as well as the 1930s sequel.

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Honestly, I haven’t seen it yet… but now I’m very intrigued. It sounds like something I would like! Thanks so much for entering and Good Luck 🙂

  8. Daniel says:

    One of my all-time favorite movies? So many to choose from!
    I’ll say Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai. My father introduced me to foreign films at a young age and it has influenced me ever since. It has everything you could want from a movie (action, adventure, comedy, romance, etc.) from a master of the cinema. Each character is uniquely defined and afforded the on-screen time for the audience to identify with. This only heightens the impact of the climax.

  9. David Dent says:

    David Lynch’s ERASERHEAD. I must have seen it over 50 times, and each time I take something different from it – comedy film, romance, horror, psychological drama, musical – it’s all in there.

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      I’ve never seen Eraserhead, but I’ve heard quite a bit about it… Thanks so much for entering and Good Luck 🙂

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Hi David, Congratulations, you are one of our winners. I emailed you tonight, if you don’t receive the email, please let me know. Thanks!

  10. Sandy says:

    So many classic films that, if given the opportunity, I would watch over and over.

    First one that popped into my head now is “Twelve Angry Men.” So many personalities, an all-star cast, twists and turns, emotions all over the place, and the scene when they each slowly turn their backs on the racist. Timely…and timeless.

    And now I’ll hit Submit before I change my mind.

  11. Kristy Dalton says:

    For me, it’s definitely “Duck Soup”. Not only was it the first Marx Brothers movie I saw that featured four brothers instead of three, but it was as hilarious as I had previously been told.

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      I’m a huge fan of The Marx Brothers, thanks to my Dad who introduced their movies to me when I was a little kid. And, I just love Duck Soup. Always puts a smile on my face 🙂 Thanks for entering and Good Luck!

  12. Mark PAGAN says:

    What is one of your all-time favorite movies and why?
    For me, all-time favorites are those that I’ll stop & watch no matter what, even from the middle, even far into the post-midnight hours. Most recent example: The Great Escape – “It looks, after all, as if you will see Berlin before I do.” (just one rich taste)

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Wow, all of these posts are reminding me about all of the great movies I need to watch again! Thanks so much for entering and Good Luck 🙂

  13. Adam VanHandel says:

    Raiders of the Lost Ark. A masterpiece as a child and still a masterpiece as an adult. There’s something wonderful about a perfectly directed action/adventure movie.

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Good one. I haven’t seen it in ages though… probably about time I watch it again. Thanks for entering and Good Luck 🙂

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