Why is Bebe’s Kids so expensive?

A cultural classic Robin Harris’ Bebe’s Kids (1992) has been seen by a vast audience during the nineties, but apparently was not widely produced for home entertainment. Rarity put aside it does not justify astronomical price ranges for a standard edition DVD which sells on average for $100.00 dollars new and nearly $45.00 used; outrageous I know. Normally savvy buyers wait for popularity to decrease and thus market value drops, providing opportunity to purchase items of their choice at a low price. But in spite of this savvy strategy, year after year that one hundred dollar mark still stands. My curiosity lies in asking whomever decided this mundane decade cartoon comedy was worth 12.5% of rent.


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