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Paley Center to Offer "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" Reunion DVD

Buffy fans looking to add one more DVD collectible to their burgeoning collection are in luck.

The Paley Center for Media has announced today that it has released a DVD of PaleyFest: Buffy The Vampire Slayer Reunion, which captures last year's Paley Festival event that reunited creator Joss Whedon and the cast of Buffy the Vampire Slayer a decade after it launched. (Missed the event last year? You can read all about it here.)

The panel, shot last March at the Cinerama Dome at the Arclight Cinema in Hollywood, featured cast members Sarah Michelle Geller, Seth Green, Amber Benson, Nicholas Brendon, Charisma Carpenter, Emma Caulfield, James Marsters, and Michelle Trachtenberg along with creator Joss Whedon and producers David Greenwalt and Marti Noxon. (Sadly, no Anthony Stewart Head, I'm afraid.)

The single-disc DVD will feature an introduction by Whedon, behind-the-scenes anecdotes, the full video of the PaleyFest08 Buffy Reunion panel, and backstage photos and videos.

Priced at $19.95 each, PaleyFest: Buffy The Vampire Slayer Reunion is available for purchase exclusively online at the Paley Center and will also be made available at next month’s PaleyFest09 (April 10-23). All proceeds benefit the Paley Center for Media.

Comments

The CineManiac said…
didn't they make this available for a bit at Best Buy, or was that something different?
I'm thinking of picking it up since I got to be there and might like to re-live it in the far-flung future.
jen said…
Yes, I picked up the panel portion of the reunion at Best Buy free over the holidays (presumably they were promoting Dollhouse?). But it doesn't have all the other features...

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