At this point, most VHS tapes are starting to show their age. While I’ve actually got a copy of Planet of the Apes from Magnetic Video Corp (pioneers of home video — they licensed a bunch of titles from Fox, and were later acquired by the same when it turned out there was something to this home video thing) that’s still ticking on a nice thick brick of a VHS tape that weighs about three times what the lightweight tapes in the ’90s did, I’ve lost a lot of stuff over the years to a premature death.
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