According to The Hollywood Reporter, two home video veterans are mounting a big push to get dollar DVDs into 99-cent stores and supermarkets.

Global Multimedia Corp. -- launched by longtime video marketer Gary Delfiner and Elliot Stone, the founder of the West Coast Video retail chain -- distributes what Delfiner calls "value DVDs" -- with list prices ranging from 99 cents to $1.99 -- to about 15,000 99-cent stores nationwide along with thousands of drugstores and grocers.

Global titles, all public domain, range from classic TV shows like The Beverly Hillbillies to such films as The Jungle Book and House on Haunted Hill, as well as vintage Popeye and Mighty Mouse cartoons.

Each disc has more than of two hours of content.