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#Giveaway: Warner Bros DVD #WBValentine



February is the one month of the year where everyone has love on their minds! It’s can be romantic, it can be love for your children or parents or you could just be a movie lover! Whatever you love, this February Warner Bros. has you covered with some amazing DVDs perfect for the whole family!
If you’re a love lorn poet, there’s the Peanuts Collection! If you want to smother your significant other with kisses we have the Looney Tunes Pepe Le Pew Collection, and if you want to solve some madcap mystery, I’ll bet Scooby-Doo is the one for you!
One lucky winner will get a DVD, chosen at random, from the list below.


Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown Deluxe Edition 

A Charlie Brown Valentine 
Bugs Bunny’s Cupid Capers 
Happiness is... Peanuts: Friends Forever 
Elmo Loves You 
Looney Tunes Pepe Le Pew Collection 
Scooby-Doo! 13 Spooky Tales: For The Love Of Snack

So check out these goodies, then fill in the Rafflecopter form to enter if you live in US or Canada.
Read the terms at the bottom of the form for full rules & eligibility.








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  1. I've seen "A Charlie Brown Valentine" on TV before.

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  2. Haven't seen them; they look fun

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  3. I love the Charlie Brown shows. I don't have any young children, so I won't enter, but I did shout it out.

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  4. Scooby Doo was my favorite as a kid!

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  5. I have seen A Charlie Brown Valentine, this is a really great giveaway.

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  6. I've seen Charlie Brown Valentine. Would love to see the rest, with my grand-daughter.

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  7. I don't think I have seen those movies.

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  8. I haven't seen any of them. My daughter LOVES elmo so if I win I hope that is what we receive.

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  9. I've seen Charlie Brown and also Pepe' Le Pew but a long ago!
    Thanks for your giveaway.

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  10. Yes I have seen all of them, and would be happy to win any! Thanks for the chance :)

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  11. I have seen a few of them as cartoon specials on tv :)

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  12. The only movie I have seen is the Charlie Brown Valentine one.

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  13. I don't think I've seen any of them.

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  14. I have seen the Charlie brown valentine.

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  15. I have not seen them but they sound like fun.

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  16. I love Charlie Brown. I love watching Charlie Brown shows with my daughter and nieces and nephews.

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  17. I probably have seen the Charlie Brown one. This takes me back to my childhood :)

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