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In celebration of the April 1st Canadian release of The Hollow Crown on DVD, Shakespeare’s 450th birthday year, and to thank all of our wonderful followers for their support and enthusiasm for the series over the past year, we are pleased to announce a DVD Giveaway! NBCUniversal has generously donated three copies of The Hollow Crown The Complete Series in Region 1 format all for you, the fans!

Here are the rules:

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  • Contest runs from April 1st to April 23rd. Winners will be announced by April 25th.
  • Winners will be chosen at random to receive a free DVD set
  • You do not need to follow us on Tumblr to be eligible. However, “Giveaway blogs” will not be eligible
  • Only reblogs - no Like’s will be counted
  • Limited to 1 reblog per day (each one counts as an entry)
  • We ship anywhere in the world - you should have a Region 1 (North America) DVD player to view these DVDs
  • Your Ask box must be available so we can contact you

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