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DVD: “Hello, Dolly!” “Hemingway & Gellhorn,” Queer Stand-Up, And More!

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History repeats on home video this week, as the relationship between writer Ernest Hemingway and journalist Martha Gellhorn is dramatized in Hemingway & Gellhorn, while documentary Hitler’s Children focuses on the not-too-proud descendents of the Third Reich’s elite.

Looking for more of a feel-good pick? The 1969 musical classic Hello, Dolly! has come to Blu-ray. And, for a token 21st century release, The Gay List dishes up queer stand-up.

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2 Comments

  • boring

    You really should watch John Dies at the End above everything else listed here.

    It’s charming.

  • JustinMar

    Hitler’s Children. Now on muh Ray-dah! I always wondered how it would be for them.
    Hemmingway & Gallhorn is SO GOOD!

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