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|RCA Press Release for January 6, 1983|
The 1982 Academy Award-winner, "Chariots Of Fire," and two other highly acclaimed films, "An Officer And A Gentleman," and "Superman II," will be among the new titles on RCA video discs in the first quarter of 1983, it was announced today.
Seth M. Willenson, Division Vice President, Programs and Business Affairs, RCA VideoDiscs, said RCA will add 33 new titles to its catalog in January and February.
"The 'CED' format offers the largest and most diverse selection of programs to help consumers build home video libraries tailored to their tastes and interests," Mr. Willenson said.
RCA's January release schedule includes "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance," "Arsenic And Old Lace," "Mildred Pierce," "The Black Hole," "Tron," and "West Side Story." February releases include "Treasure Island," "Midnight Cowboy," "The Great Dictator," "Bridge On The River Kwai," "A Man For All Seasons," "Annie," and "Moonraker."
"Chariots Of Fire," "Superman II," and "An Officer And A Gentleman" represent three unique box-office hits. They are the kind of quality entertainment that appeals to audience's emotions and interest, and which will stand the test of time. Movies such as these highlight the strong sales orientation of the "CED" video disc, which offers the best quality and value in building home video libraries.