Most of the action this week is on the TV front, though there are a few movies of note, in the “flawed but rent-worthy” file, like Doug Pray’s too-breezy documentary about modern advertising, Art & Copy; or Francis Ford Coppola’s too-insular family drama Tetro; or (a personal favorite) Joe Dante’s nostalgic B-movie/Cuban Missile Crisis mash-up Matinee, now back in print on DVD. Meanwhile, the TV-on-DVD section offers some real oddities, including two Honeymooners reunions from the late ‘70s, a first-season set of Marcus Welby, M.D. (including of Steven Spielberg's first professional directorial gigs), and a two-disc set of cheesy ‘80s cartoons (full review coming tomorrow).

According To Jim: The Complete Second Season
Lionsgate, $29.98

Art & Copy
PBS, $24.99

Dirt: Season Two
Lionsgate, $29.98

Doctor Zhivago
Warner, $24.98; Blu-ray, $35.99

Edgar Allen Poe’s House Of Usher
E1, $19.98

The Facts Of Life: The Complete Fourth Season
Shout! Factory, $39.99

Fallen
Image, $27.98

Hamlet (2009)
BBC Warner, $19.98; Blu-ray, $24.99

The Honeymooners: Second Honeymoon
MPI, $14.98

The Honeymooners: Valentine Special
MPI, $14.98

Iron Man Armored Adventures: The Complete Season One
Vivendi, $29.93

Iron Man: The Complete 1994 Animated Television Series
Walt Disney, $29.99

Leap Year
Universal, $29.98; Blu-ray, $36.98

Marcus Welby, M.D.: Season One
Shout! Factory, $49.97

Matinee
Universal, $19.98

Murdoch Mysteries: Season Two
Acorn, $59.99

The Nanny Express
Genius, $14.93

Nine
Sony, $28.95; Blu-ray, $38.96

No Time For Sergeants
Warner, $19.98

One Night Only: Barbra Streisand And Quartet At The Village Vanguard
Columbia, $14.98; Blu-ray, $29.98

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Penn & Teller Bullshit!: The Complete Seventh Season
Showtime, $29.98

Saturday Morning Cartoons 1980s: Volume One
Warner, $26.98

Saving Private Ryan
Paramount Blu-ray, $39.99

The Secrets Of Jonathan Sperry
Phase 4, $29.99

Seven Swords
Vivendi/Dragon Dynasty Blu-ray, $19.97

Tetro
Lionsgate, $27.98; Blu-ray, $39.99

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