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Screen Archives Entertainment offers classic and recent titles of film scores and movies. Purchase CDs, DVDs, and Blue-Ray of your favorite composers, songs or movies. Choose Anime Music, Video Game Music, Music by Film Genre (from Chinese or Disney Film Music to John Wayne Film Music and Musicals) or by composer. Find Rare, Out of Print, or Used CDs from classics and new releases.
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If you enjoy Anime Music, you will enjoy the selection from Screen Archives Entertainment. You will find items such as Kaze Tachinu (The Wind Rises) CD with music by Joe Hisaishi performed by Yomiuri Nippon Symphony and the ever-popular Superman: The Music (1978-1988) CD with music Composed by John Williams, Ken Thorne, and Ron Jones. Video Game Music has earned its own genre with Halo 4 music by Neil Davidge and Tomb Raider music by Jason Graves. You can select by company label too. A search for 20th Century Fox yields 44 results including the Black Swan and Hello Dolly!, both on blue-ray. Use a Screen Archives Entertainment coupon code for discounts and deals on items such as The Sunshine Boys DVD or Rosemary’s Baby on blue-ray.

You can choose by film music genre. Under musicals, you will find items such as Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Girl Most Likely, while the Planet of the Apes category offers music from Planet of the Apes through Battle for the Planet of Apes by Leonard Rosenman and Tom Scott. James Bond Film Music with Skyfall by Thomas Newman, Quantum of solace by David Arnold, Spy Who Loved me by Marvin Hamlisch and Goldfinger by John Barry are just a few of the classic and newer scores you will find at Screen Archives Entertainment.