Monday, November 16, 2015

What do W.C. Fields & The Grinch (Grinchmas Edition) Have in Common?

Dislcosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.

So what do they have in common? They're both new releases from Universal Studios Home Entertainment, and they're both perfect for holiday stocking stuffing (not to be confused with Thanksgiving stuffing ;) ).

We love the Grinch. When someone asks me what my favorite Christmas movie list is, The Grinch always gets a Top Five vote from me! My kids love it too, from the youngest to the oldest, and the Jim Carrey version is our favorite. W.C. Fields was a fave of my grandparents, so it holds a bit of nostalgia for me to see it released...which is fine. Nostalgia is a good thing. :)

Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas: Grinchmas Edition
Street Date: 10/13/2015
Format: Blu-ray
SRP: $19.98
Rating: PG
•       The live-action adaptation of the holiday classic by Dr. Seuss
•       Newly re-mastered in 2015 for improved HD picture and sound
•       Includes Blu-ray + Digital HD
•       Celebrating its 15th Anniversary
•       Starring Jim Carey as the Grinch plus Molly Shannon, Taylor Momsen and Christine Baranski
•       Directed by Academy Award Winner Ron Howard (Apollo 13)

Discover the true meaning of the holiday season with the live action adaptation of the beloved classic, Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Starring Jim Carrey as The Grinch, director Ron Howard and producer Brian Grazer reimagine one of the most enduring holiday stories of all time.  Why is The Grinch (Carrey) such a grouch? No one seems to know, until little Cindy Lou Who (Taylor Momsen) takes matters into her own hands and turns both Whoville and The Grinch's world upside down, inside out... and funny side up.  Filled with dazzling scenery, special effects, makeup and costumes, this is an adventure “that can make your heart grow three sizes – if you’re not laughing too hard!” (Steve Murray, Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

W.C. Fields: Comedy Essentials Collection
Street Date: 10/13/2015
Format: DVD
# of Discs: 5
SRP: $99.98
Rating: Not Rated
•       Celebrating W.C. Field’s 100th Anniversary in film.
•       Featuring a comprehensive 18-film collection of W.C. Fields comedies together for the first time ever:
•       Million Dollar Legs, If I Had a Million, International House, Tillie and Gus, Alice in Wonderland (1933), Six of a Kind, Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch, You're Telling Me!, The Old Fashioned Way, It's a Gift, Mississippi, Man on the Flying Trapeze, Poppy, The Big Broadcast of 1938, You Can't Cheat an Honest Man, My Little Chickadee, The Bank Dick and Never Give a Sucker an Even Break
•       Co-starring silver-screen legends Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Bela Lugosi, Mae West, Bing Crosby and many more
•       Great for holiday gift-giving
•       Great value

W.C. Fields is a true comedy legend and remains one of the most recognizable and beloved actors of all time. From his early days on stage in vaudeville and Broadway through his live appearances on radio, he created an iconic persona that has never been matched. The comic genius of W.C. Fields is best captured forever in his body of films that highlight his notoriously sarcastic quick wit and slapstick routines. TheW.C. Fields: Comedy Essentials Collection features 18 of his best feature-length comedies that continue to leave audiences of all ages laughing out loud. 


  1. I loved W.C. Fields. He was kinda like Al. Irreverent and funny. He and Mae West were quite the pair. I guess they never followed a script in movies.

  2. oops I think I double clicked publish.... Better twice than once. lol

  3. The Grinch is a fun one indeed, no matter the version

  4. Love them both. It's that time of year again too.

    Have a terrific day. ☺

  5. The Grinch is definitely in our top 5 of must see holiday movies! I haven't seen the other, but if we have time this year, will definitely add it to our holiday movie watching list!


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