Warner Archive Instant gives streaming access to film, TV classics

Over the last few years cinema and TV buffs have become addicted to Warner Archive, which has released classics, rarities and vintage TV series and movies on DVD. Now cineastes can get access to even more classic product on the Warner Archive Instant pay streaming service. The service isn't available on iPad or IPhone, but it can be accessed on computers or by using a Roku2 or 3 set-top box hooked up to an HDTV. Selections are added weekly. Some available titles that aren't yet on DVD include the TV series "77 Sunset Strip" and "Hawaiian Eye." For more information go to http://instant.warnerarchive.com.  Pictured, Edd "Kookie" Byrnes from "77 Sunset Strip," circa 1960.

( Silver Screen Collection / Getty Images / December 31, 1969 )

Over the last few years cinema and TV buffs have become addicted to Warner Archive, which has released classics, rarities and vintage TV series and movies on DVD. Now cineastes can get access to even more classic product on the Warner Archive Instant pay streaming service. The service isn't available on iPad or IPhone, but it can be accessed on computers or by using a Roku2 or 3 set-top box hooked up to an HDTV. Selections are added weekly. Some available titles that aren't yet on DVD include the TV series "77 Sunset Strip" and "Hawaiian Eye." For more information go to http://instant.warnerarchive.com. Pictured, Edd "Kookie" Byrnes from "77 Sunset Strip," circa 1960.

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