Re: [Videolib] trailer resource?

From: Montri, Tracy <Tracy.Montri@TOLEDOLIBRARY.ORG>
Date: Thu May 07 2009 - 13:07:50 PDT

Thanks, Gary and Tom! I was thinking IMDB but didn’t know of other reputable sites.

~ Tracy

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IMDB does a good job linking to movie trailers. I would imagine that would be the best place for covering both old and classic.

Tom

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Hi all –

Does anyone know of a web site that features a broad expanse of movie trailers, for both new releases and classics? Is there such a one-stop shop site?

Thanks for your time,

Tracy Montri
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