Loving the Classics and Betty Grable

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Loving the Classics, the most wholly exclusive website that sells hard to find, rare movies, has published their final decision for the “April Featured Player.” Betty Grable has taken the top spot, as she is a movie star in all sense of the meaning. Besides offering visitors a short, yet informative biography on Grable, Loving the Classics is offering an unbeatable 20 percent discount off all her films, all month long. So, hurry up and make some room in that classic movie collection of yours for Ms. Grable.

With a whole list of films starring Betty to choose from, Loving the Classics has managed to collect some of her more rare pieces. With films ranging from the 1930s to the 1950s, you can choose to own movies that launched Grable’s career or the ones she ended it with. Because Loving the Classics houses films such as “Diamond Horseshoe,” “How to Be Very, Very Popular,” “Man About Town,” and “Million Dollar Legs,” you won’t miss a beat.

Plus, you can get a special package deal only found on Loving the Classics for two Betty Grable films. Purchase the original film, “Coney Island” (1943) and the remake, “Wabash Avenue” (195) for 20 percent off their individual prices. Both “Coney Island” and “Wabash Avenue” is rated B in print quality, and for the age of these movies, that’s exceptional. For the low price of $23.99 you can own both movies in either DVD or VHS format.

As you can tell, Loving the Classics caters to a unique market and is widely experienced in delivering movie masterpieces. “As an old movies fan and history buff, I have been very grateful for LOVING THE CLASSICS. Their listing of titles is remarkable and I have found many I wish to include in my collection. I have also shared this information with other movie buffs. While it takes a while to get the movies, it is well worth the wait,” says Vince.

“I am a much happier man having found Loving the Classics.com! In the past I have searched high and low (and to no avail!) for many under-appreciated, obscure classic films, that is, until I stumbled on the Loving the Classics website/services. Never before have I found such a treasure trove of previously unreleased/inaccessible classic movies!” says a Loving the Classics believer.

You too can have ultra exclusive access to the most difficult to find movies by employing the help of Loving the Classics!

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