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"Here's Edie: The Edie Adams Television Collection" - November 19, 2013

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Produced and distributed by Mvd Entertainment Group, in association with Ediad Productions,"Here's Edie: The Edie Adams Television Collection", available November 19, 2013, is a new four DVD box set, featuring 12 Hours of the early 1960's TV series "Here's Edie" and "The Edie Adams Show".

Performances include classic Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Stan Getz, Andre Previn, Sammy Davis, Jr., Bobby Darin, Johnny Mathis, Nancy Wilson, Buddy Hackett, Bob Hope, Dick Shawn, Rowan & Martin, Peter Falk, Sir Michael Redgrave, Zsa Zsa Gabor and a whole lot more :

"...more than 50 years after it premiered on the ABC network, the variety shows 'Here's Edie' and 'The Edie Adams Show' are set for release on DVD and digital formats, the first time either series has been seen in any format since its original broadcast more than a half century ago.

"The 'wow' factor of this box set resides in the eclectic guest stars Edie Adams
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Shout! Factory Brings Ernie Kovacs to DVD in April

Shout! Factory is a DVD company that puts out some absolutely great stuff (they're recently responsible for the release of Dark Skies). Here's the press release for their latest endeavor:

Celebrating the Unsung Hero of Television Comedy…At Last

The Ernie Kovacs Collection

featuring more than 13 hours of Kovacs’ original classic television content,

unforgettable characters and a treasure trove of genuine rarities

all collected in a lavishly packaged 6-dvd box set!

Vast Majority Of This Content Has Not Been Seen In Over 50 Years

Own It On DVD April 19, 2011 From Shout! Factory

Los Angeles, CA (January 10, 2011) With a gift for inventive comedy that was alternately cerebral, goofy and just plain absurd, Ernie Kovacs (www.erniekovacs.com) transformed television’s early era into his own personal playground---and invited viewers to enjoy every sight gag and loony character.

Produced and distributed by Shout! Factory in association with Ediad Productions, Inc., the long-awaited The
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