Win Superb Scorsese DVD set worth £100

Special competition as approaches 5000th subscriber


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MVC, Chiswick's leading DVD, music and games retailer, has teamed up with to offer visitors to the site a competition prize sure to appeal to music and film buffs alike…

Martin Scorsese Presents…The Blues is a series of seven original films by world famous directors who share a passion for blues music including Clint Eastwood, Mike Figgis and Wim Wenders.

The set retails at around £100 but you can win them by answering a simple question - what is the number of the MVC store on Chiswick High Road?

If more than one person gets the question right the winner will be the local resident who refers a neighbour to our free weekly e-mail newsletter closest to our 5000th registration.

To refer someone enter their e-mail to the right and 'Send It'. You can refer as many people as you want. This won't involve their e-mail address being given to third parties. We will send them one follow up e-mail and then delete their records.

There are currently very close to 5000 people on the list (the largest of its kind in Europe) so the prize should be awarded to someone who registers any day now. You can refer as many people as you want and if they join you increase your chance to win the prize. If you are not already registered you can refer yourself!

To win the prize you must be a local resident or working full-time in the W4 area.

The DVD set on offer has special features such as director commentaries, on camera interviews, biographies and filmographies, this unique set provides an insight into how some of the greatest minds in film have been captured by the blues - creating a true fusion of music and film.

The films are: Warming By the Devil's Fire, by Charles Burnett, Godfathers and Sons, by Marc Levin, The Soul of a Man, by Wim Wenders, Feels Like Going Home, by Martin Scorsese, The Road to Memphis by Richard Pearce and Robert Kenner, Red, White and Blues by Mike Figgis and Piano Blues, by Clint Eastwood.

Full terms and conditions of the competition available on request.

July 1, 2004