VHS Movies That are Rare and Valuable
The popularity of DVD players has made the value of VHS tapes fall dramatically. Most used VHS movies can be bought for less than a dollar. However, some of them are rare and can be quite valuable. Here are some of the rarest VHS tapes that you should definitely grab if you can find them.
Child Of Glass
This obscure made-for-TV ghost story has no big stars and would be completely forgotten if it weren’t made by Disney.
Dark Night Of The Scarecrow
A highly recommended horror movie starring Charles Durning and Larry Drake as a mentally handicapped man who is accused of attacking a little girl. Grab this VHS when you find it.
Disciple Of Death
This was a low-budget English horror movie released in 1972. This movie is cheesy to say the least, but quality and value don’t always go hand in hand when collecting movies.
Justin Morgan Had A Horse
This Disney movie from the 70’s has received great reviews but it is very hard to find on video.
Let It Be
This 1970 Beatles movie is not available on DVD. This has caused the VHS version to be quite a collectors item.
Last House On Dead End Street
Last house On Dead End Street is one of the rarest horror movies on any format. It is about a man who makes snuff movies to get revenge on society. The real director of this movie was not revealed until 2000.
Rise And Fall Of The Third Reich
This documentary based on the life of Adolf Hitler has risen in value over the years.
Song Of The South
This Disney classic was never released on VHS or DVD in the U.S., but was released in other countries. Even the Pal version is worth quite a bit of money. Grab this valuable VHS tape when you can find it.
A made-for-TV movie starring Ed Asner that was never released on DVD. It’s Christmas theme makes the value of this VHS tape rise dramatically in December.
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The story of a man looking for other people to drag race during the mid 50’s. It has quite a following and has been a valuable collectors item for years.
The Wild Life
The makers of Fast Times At Ridgemont High made this followup in 1984. The movie was never released on DVD and the VHS version was only released at at high price for rental stores. A copy without rental stickers on it is hard to find.