Thanks to Netflix, digital downloads, and on-demand TV, DVD movies will soon be obsolete. And that's especially true for DVD television series; who wants to pay $20 for Hart to Hart when Hulu is half the price, and allows unlimited streaming of every show imaginable?
The Wizard of Oz is barely 100 minutes, but the boxed set (as large as a Whitman's Sampler) has hours of bonus features, as well as replicas of movie souvenirs It's so big, it won't fit on the same shelf as the rest of your DVDs...and it makes green shag carpeting seem practical.
All that being said, allow me to help keep DVD boxed sets alive for just a little longer. It's clear that in order to be successful, it's all about the packaging - and to be as obscure, niche, and impractical as possible. With that in mind, I give you: