I bought one!

‘Indiana Jones’ Digs Up Record for Catalog Set
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – “The Adventures of Indiana Jones — The Complete DVD Movie Collection” has become the best-selling boxed set of classic catalog film fare of all time, selling more than 1.1 million units during its first week on store shelves, according to studio executives.
During its first 24 hours in release Oct. 21, the four-disc boxed set, at an average retail price of $46, sold roughly 600,000 units for an estimated retail value of $28 million. For the week, the value topped $50 million said executives at Paramount Home Entertainment and Lucasfilm Ltd.
The adventure classics starring Harrison Ford, with supporting cast members including Karen Allen, Sean Connery, Kate Capshaw, Ke Huy Quan, Amrish Puri, Denholm Elliott, River Phoenix and John Rhys-Davies, was one of the most requested DVD series, prompting Lucasfilm executives to meet the demands with a boxed set.
“We couldn’t be more pleased about the fantastic sales figures, but probably the best news is that we delivered a collection that lived up to the enormously high expectations that ‘Indiana Jones’ fans had for this movie,” said Jim Ward, Lucasfilm’s vp marketing and distribution.
“Our top priority was making sure these movies looked and sounded better than ever, so a new generation of fans can discover them for the first time,” Ward said. “The reviews are really pleased with the quality of the discs and the bonus materials.”
The four-disc set provides viewers with more than 10 hours of entertainment. Disc 1 offers the completely remastered “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” On Disc 2 is “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom,” while Disc 3 offers “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.” Disc 4 holds the bonus material, including an exclusive link to special material on the “Indiana Jones” Web site.