May sees double-features from Warner

Warner Home Video has added a number of double-feature DVD titles to their May line-up, pairing successful films with identical themes or stars.

The first one is a DVD containing the super-charged spy thriller Telefon and the crime thriller St. Ives, both films starring Charles Bronson in some of his most powerful roles.

The next double-feature is celebrating Owen Wilson, by including Starsky & Hutch and Bounce on a single disc, both of them great comedies with a superstar cast. This release will even include a number of bonus materials, such as featurettes and others.

Then look for the Man Apart and Running Scared double-feature DVD, offering up some serious action from Vin Diesel and Paul Walker. This release will also contain bonus features, such as deleted scenes, commentary tracks and featurettes.

Racing Stripes and My Dog Skip takes things to the funny side, both films featuring Frank Muniz in this family friendly double-feature that also includes a large number of bonus materials.

Also on the funny side is National Lampoon’s Vacation and National Lampoon’s European Vacation offering up the hilarious antics of the Griswold family as they go to see the world.

The Great Bank Hoax and The Great Bank Robbery are included on the next double-feature DVD giving you the chance to see these two classic crime capers on one disc.

The Dukes of Hazzard and The Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning dishes out laughs as you watch these new incarnations of the classic TV series, complete with a host of bonus materials.

Featuring films of Malcolm McDowell, A Clockwork Orange and Lucky Man will be featured together on one DVD in the line-up also.

For fans of Steve McQueen, Warner is featuring Bullitt and Papillon on one disc, also with bonus materials, while Jean-Claude Van Damme fans will get their dose of movies with the Bloodsport and Timecop double-feature.

All titles will be released on May 5 and May 19 for only $14.97 apiece.

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