It's not often that Amazon gets it wrong, but today I have been creating a disney film Hub, which has had some rather unique results appear!
I set a keyword for Bambi DVD, and it came up with the fourth result,
http://www.amazon.com/Decade-Bradford-G … B00005AB7E
This was not as entertaining as the 'what do customers ultimately buy after viewing this item' section. So, if your husband has bought any items off Amazon recently, be warned!
Interestingly enough, people may buy more of THAT film than any others that might more legtimately appear.
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