The Bowery Boys finally come to DVD for the first time

Published: Saturday, Dec. 8 2012 2:00 p.m. MST

"Finding Nemo" (Disney/Pixar/Blu-ray + DVD, 2003, G, three discs, $39.99, deleted scene, featurettes, short cartoon "Knick Knack"). (Also on five-disc 3D/Blu-ray/DVD/Digital combo, $49.99). One of Pixar's most delightful and gorgeously animated features is this hilarious look at anthropomorphic aquatic life, chiefly a fearful clownfish (wonderfully voiced by Albert Brooks) that must leave his comfort zone to find his son. Ellen DeGeneres also scores voicing the clownfish's extremely forgetful companion.

"Gypsy" (Warner Archive, 1962, $19.95, two outtake musical numbers, trailer). True story has Rosalind Russell as Rose, the ultimate stage mother, pushing her daughter (Natalie Wood) into a career on the vaudeville/burlesque circuit until the girl eventually becomes famed stripper Gypsy Rose Lee. Great songs in an enjoyable (and chaste) film with interesting look at life backstage. (Available at


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