[Videolib] FW: Evervision Interantional Multimedia question

Lea Rude (lrude@sfpl.org)
Tue, 7 Nov 2006 15:14:30 -0800

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Our staff wants to buy a collection of 10 American movies on DVD
published by the Chinese company Evervision International Multimedia.
They have Chinese and English subtitles. Some examples of the films are
Shadow of a Doubt, Samson and Delilah, Arsenic and Old Lace, The Great
Waltz, Jesse James, etc. Does anyone know if these are legal copies?
Have you had experience with Evervision DVDs? We would be purchasing
them from a local bookstore.
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Lea
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Lea Rude
Electronic & Audiovisual Collections Librarian
Collection Development Office
San Francisco Public Library
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Our staff = wants to buy a collection of 10 American movies on DVD published by the Chinese = company Evervision International Multimedia. They have Chinese and English = subtitles. Some examples of the films are Shadow of a Doubt, Samson and Delilah, = Arsenic and Old Lace, The Great Waltz, Jesse James, etc.  Does anyone know if these are = legal copies? Have you had experience with Evervision DVDs?  We would be purchasing them = from a local bookstore.

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Lea

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Lea Rude

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