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Soupy Sales DVD In Living Black & White Released On Morada Vision

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Ventura, CA--September 25, 2006-- The Soupy Sales 3 DVD Box Set Collection was such a great success that Morada Vision was overwhelmed with emails and phone calls for the early black & white Soupy Sales shows. They had to dig into the archives and unearth the early Soupy shows to produce the Collector’s Edition Two-Soupy Sales In Living Black & White to meet the demand for the great comedy of yesteryear and satisfy baby boomers and collectors everywhere.

There are over 2 1/2 hours of Soupy and all his zany friends at their very best in the black and white episodes that made him a household name. This is the first time that this footage has been available on VHS or DVD. Highlights of the film include Soupy doing the Mouse, Pookie sings the blues, and Fang retrieves an arm.

For fans of comedy this is good news, having two names you know and trust before you commit your hard-earned dollars to acquiring this classic DVD, makes it a lot easier to a make decision.

In these complicated times its nice to kick back your feet, grab some popcorn and watch a good DVD that will bring a smile to your face and soul in the most innocent natural way. Its so easy to forget that once there were easier simpler times and comedians like Soupy Sales remind us that we all need to laugh and let go once in while.

Contact: Marshall Blonstein
Company: Morada Vision
Address: 870 East Front Street, #3 Ventura, CA 93001
Telephone: (866) 203-0647
Fax: (805) 648-7552
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