America Lost and Found: The BBS Story – Blu-ray Box Set

Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at 6:35 pm

America Lost and Found: The BBS Story–a Blu-ray box set detailing the cinematic exploits of Bob Rafelson, Bert Schneider, and Steve Blauner, the three men responsible for the hit pop group known as the Monkees. But their accomplishments in the field of music were just the beginning, as they pooled their considerable wealth and formed BBS Productions (Bob, Bert, and Steve), a close-knit community of filmmakers dedicated to launching a Hollywood revolution during the late ‘60s and early ‘70s.

With young talent such as Jack Nicholson and Peter Fonda on board, BBS Productions quickly established itself as a production company dedicated to new faces and new ideas. At the forefront of the New Hollywood movement of the 1970s, the works of BBS would later help to shape the independent film boom of the ‘80s and ‘90s. This six-disc collection includes their output from 1968 to 1972, including two movies making their first appearance on any kind of home video format.

As you might expect, you can order America Lost and Found: The BBS Story from Amazon. By doing so, you’ll save nearly $40 off the list price, which is a great discount considering that you’re getting 691 minutes of cutting-edge greatness.

America Lost and Found: The BBS Story

Below, I’ve listed all the films found on this six-disc box set. In addition to a synopsis of each motion picture, I’ve also included a breakdown of any extras you might expect to find.

Click here to purchase this Blu-ray collection from Amazon for an amazingly low price

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If you’re looking for a Blu-ray box set that really says something about the state of the U.S., then be sure to buy America Lost and Found: The BBS Story from Amazon. You’ll get seven fabulous motion pictures that influenced future generations of filmmakers, and you’ll also save a few bucks in the process. As for us, we do receive a small commission for sending you to Amazon, but that doesn’t add a thing to your final price.

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