Contest: The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts: Collector's Edition

Everybody loves some comedy roasts some time.
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Cinema Sentries have teamed up with Entertainment One to give three lucky readers the opportunity to win The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts: Collector’s Edition on DVD.

What began as a ratings booster for the final season of "The Dean Martin Show" in 1973 evolved into "The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts", an eagerly awaited franchise of regular NBC Television specials that targeted the biggest names in the world of entertainment and beyond.

This spectacular 6-disc Collector's Edition, available at retail outlets nationwide, includes 12 complete and unedited Celebrity Roasts, featuring Bob Hope, Johnny Carson, Jimmy Stewart, Sammy Davis Jr., Jack Benny, Lucille Ball, Dean Martin, Kirk Douglas, Michael Landon, Jackie Gleason, Don Rickles and Joan Collins.  Appearing as roasters, throwing zingers at the men and women of the hour are: John Wayne, Dom DeLuise, Rich Little, Muhammad Ali, George Burns, Phyllis Diller, Art Carney, Bette Davis,, Florence Henderson, Bob Newhart, Don Rickles, Milton Berle, Jonathan Winters and many others.  Adding to the mirth and merriment of this set are over two hours of specially-produced bonus features, featurettes and interviews, as well as rare Dean Martin TV specials and home movies!

Also available is a single disc collection priced at $12.95; and, at DeanRoasts.com, aficionados of classic comedy from the Golden Age of Television can exclusively purchase The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts: Complete Collection, a 25-disc set including over 40 hours of incomparable comedy and 15 hours of bonus features and a 44-page Collector's Book.

There are three ways to enter the contest, which is only open to residents of the continental U.S. and Canada. For your first entry, follow us on Twitter and retweet the following post on Twitter: Tweet this. For a second entry, "like" our Facebook page and leave a comment under the Dean Martin Roasts contest post. For a third entry, leave a comment below stating your favorite roaster from those days.

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