April 30, 2013


Spy Vibers who use Netflix to stream classic movies from the MGM, Warner Brothers, and Universal catalogs have tonight only to screen titles before they migrate over to Warner Archive Instant. The deal includes James Bond films Dr. No (1962) and Goldfinger (1964), Deighton's Billion Dollar Brain (Michael Cain/1967), and Richard Lester's surreal classics, The Bed-Sitting Room (Peter Cook/1969) and How I Won the War (John Lennon/1967).  In a case of poor timing, Netflix is also testing a new web interface for member queues. Spy Vibers might have difficulty accessing the company website tonight, but I believe streaming content will function normally. Enjoy your last night with agents 007 and Harry Palmer on Netflix!

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