Look, I know that when things get crazy and your life is one mish-mash of data input and outgo, things fall through the cracks. You should see my email inbox. It’s a nightmare.
But if you’re in the business of making DVD covers, don’t you think you’d double-check to make sure the movie title is spelled right? I haven’t watched ‘[amazon_link id=”B004ULEEYS” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]The Happy Thieves[/amazon_link]’ yet, so can’t comment on the movie itself. But it doesn’t bode well if MGM can’t even get the title spelled right. Even Tim Gunn isn’t happy about it.
I hope they didn’t think no one would notice. Or maybe they thought the movie was so bad that no one would ever watch it anyway. I’m sure Rita Hayworth and Rex Harrison are probably somewhere going, “What the… ”
Whoops! I wonder if someone (or a lot of someones) got the boot for that big faux pas…
What the…. is right! It’s bad enough that newspapers have let so many people go that they have many typos in them anymore. Ugh.
I’ve Seen It All Now – A Typo on a DVD Cover http://t.co/hIq59Ju via @reellifejane
Ha! That just makes me smile.
There was also a CD cover flop for Mariah Carey for her Christmas album. Insead of Oh, Santa! it came out as Oh, Satan!
Oops. It’s kind of incredible that that DVD is doing the rounds.