if. -- In conjunction with Black History Month, Warner Home Video here will release seven new-to-DVD titles including the films "Cabin in the Sky," "Hallelujah" and "The Green Pastures," along with four contemporary dramas: "Buffalo Soldiers," "Freedom Song," "Heat Wave" and "Passing Glory." The films feature actors Danny Glover, Blair Underwood, James Earl Jones, Cicely Tyson and Andre Braugher. Targeted grass-roots lifestyle marketing, including publicity, radio and online promotions reaching extensive African American faith-based communities across the country, will support the titles. Partnerships will also be formed with high-profile regional mega-churches in major markets. Available Jan. 10, all titles are sold separately for $19.97 and have an order date of Dec. 6.
ATLANTA -- Luxury and romance reign supreme for winter 2005 with "Dangerous Affair," a romantic hair accessory collection by Goody Products here. The collection is inspired by 18th century European Court fashion blending textured fabrics with elaborate rococo details. The complete collection ranges in price from $2.99 to $4.99. When displayed in stores, the collection will be separated by fashionable model shots showing the hair accessories in use. The entire collection will also have special packaging incorporating the colors of the trend.
ANAHEIM HILLS, Calif. -- This winter, Baby Bouquet here is offering consumers a new line of baby bath and skin care products. Natural, mild-scented and filled with emollients, the Baby Bouquet line includes shampoo and body wash, lotion, massage balm, diaper balm, eczema and cradle cap oil, as well as other items. Baby Bouquet offers retailers a point-of-purchase display and is developing a trifold brochure for store shelves that focuses on the benefits of natural skin care and keeping babies' skin as healthy as possible.