The first video store ever


WORLD'S FIRST VIDEO STORE
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

What was the world's first video store?

In November 1977 Magnetic Video, calling themselves Video Club of America ran an ad in TV Guide offering 50 Twentieth Century Fox titles for sale at $49.95 USD each, becoming the world's first video store.

In December 1977 George Atkinson buys one of each of the Magnetic Video titles and offers them for rent at the Video Station on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles creating the world's first video rental store.

The cost: only $10.00/night, but that's after you pay a $50.00 annual or $100.00 lifetime membership fee first.

The first video store ever

The first video store ever

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