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This is our last holiday season as an active label (see announcement). Given how well a recent David Raksin 5CD set promotion worked, we are doing it again but with more choices:

BUY $100 from the FSM back-catalog (any FSM products) and get for FREE your choice of the following, each one a $60 value:

  1. David Raksin at M-G-M 5CD
  2. TV Omnibus: 5CD set of rare TV music
  3. Lassie Anthology: 5CD set of M-G-M Lassie movie soundtracks
  4. Three Leonard Rosenman CDs: The Cobweb/Edge of the City, A Man Called Horse and Prophecy (no substitutions!)

Here’s how: Once you’ve placed your order for the $100 at Screen Archives (pre-tax, pre-shipping, etc.), put in the notes field a request (for example), “FREE CHOICE 2) TV OMNIBUS.” (SAE is renowned for their customer service, and will take care of you.)

Order $200 and get two of the free choices, $300 and get three, etc.

There is only one rule…NO SUBSTITUTIONS! These promotions are very difficult for SAE to manage. They have to implement them manually—emails asking for favors, changes, etc., drive them to drink…and get me in trouble for all the extra work I've caused them. Please do not get me in trouble!

One word about the TV Omnibus: I am very proud of this collection. It is a great “all-star” collection of composers—including Williams, Rosenman, Grusin, Fielding, Schifrin and more—doing rare TV work. I probably overdid it with the five discs and $59.95 price, so I would be thrilled if people used this promotion to pick it up. It has some really fascinating tracks by great composers!

This will be good through end of day E.S.T. on December 31, 2011. However, you may want to order sooner rather than later to make sure you snatch certain low-quantity titles…

Low Quantity Titles to Consider:

$4.95 sales: The Egyptian (159), King Kong (Barry version, 145).

Jerry Goldsmith titles: 100 Rifles (226), The Stripper/Nick Quarry (194), Room 222/Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies (255).

John Williams titles: A Guide for the Married Man (173), The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing (295).

Conquest of/Battle for the Planet of the Apes (T. Scott/Rosenman): 307

The View From Pompey’s Head/Blue Denim (Bernstein/Herrmann): 259

Lust for Life (Rózsa): 177

On the Beach/The Secret of Santa Vittoria (Gold): 278

I Spy Vol. 1 (Hagen): 294

Box Set: Elmer Bernstein’s Film Music Collection: 245

Also, the following were originally planned for 3,000-copy editions but we are cutting them off at 1500 each: Toys in the Attic (Duning, 183), The Fastest Gun Alive/House of Numbers (Previn, 188), Two Weeks in Another Town (Raksin, 102), Invitation/A Life of Her Own (Kaper, 200).

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Thanks Lukas,
Those are great freebies. Too bad I just got my $250+ FSM order from SAE on November 7th. I'll place another in December though.

emails asking for favors, changes, etc., drive them to drink… :

As long as they don't drink and drive. I want my stuff to arrive safely.

My ordered is being compiled.

Thanks.

TV Omnibus and Lassie Anthology here I come!

Okay, I know I'm whining, but I just dropped over $300 in the last month and have no plans to hit the $100 mark before the new year. Sigh. LASSIE, here we don't come, I guess. :(

Still, a great offer, Lukas! Thanks.

Lukas, does FILM SCORE MONTHLY: THE PRINT ARCHIVE (CD) count?
Thanks

Lukas - What's the story behind the $4.95 FSM King Kong (big discount from $16.95) ? or is this classified information ?

Mild.

Lukas - What's the story behind the $4.95 FSM King Kong (big discount from $16.95) ? or is this classified information ?

Mild.


I can't find where he said it now, but when it was announced this was going to be $4.95 Lukas said something about he didn't want to "get into" why it was being discounted.

Lukas - What's the story behind the $4.95 FSM King Kong (big discount from $16.95) ? or is this classified information ?

Mild.


I can't find where he said it now, but when it was announced this was going to be $4.95 Lukas said something about he didn't want to "get into" why it was being discounted.


Thanks - but he might of changed his mind considering this new promotion. :)

Too bad I already got the TV Omnibus when I bought $100 worth of FSM stuff for the free Raksin set. :(

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