Win The Rat Pack Ultimate Edition DVD Set!

The Rat Pack Ultimate Collector's Edition Giveaway

I suppose I will just come right out and say it — we’ve got mad love for The Rat Pack. There was no more popular group of hip dudes than Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop back in the 50s and 60s. When it came to Vegas, these guys were what was happening. And when it came to movies, they were pretty good as well.

And to celebrate their cool collective persona, Warner Home Video has decided to release The Rat Pack Ultimate Collector’s Edition. They have also decided to funnel five (5) free copies through us and on to some of our beloved readers. That’s right, we’ve got a hoppin’ giveaway, right out of the 1950s and into your DVD player. Now, in order to win this thing you’ve got to be a subscriber of our daily email updates. If you need to sign up, please use the form below:

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If you are already subscribed, no worries — we count you, as well, as long as you come through with part two, which is to name your favorite member of the Rat Pack in the Sound Off section below. Sorry folks, but in order to win this prize you are going to have to choose between Dino and Frank. It’s harsh, but its life. As well, if you would like to leave a little explanation of your choice, we won’t argue.

Winners will be chosen on Friday June 30th and contacted via email, so enter soon! For more on the DVD set, here is a quick synopsis from the studio: “Frank and his boys get the high-end treatment with The Rat Pack Ultimate Collector’s Edition containing Robin and the Seven Hoods, Ocean’s Eleven, 4 For Texas and the first ever home video release of MGM’s Sergeants 3.”

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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