Blind Mice Mart's Movie Vault you tired of asking your friends to describe scenes when you get together to watch a movie? Check out Blind Mice Mart's movie vault for thousands of recorded DVS movies in mp3 format!There is a wide variety of movies, from black-and-white oldies to modern favourites like Lord of the Rings and the Harry Potter series (six of seven). The only downside is for people with some usuable vision; because the movies are in MP3 format, they are audio only. This has not been a problem for me (I'm unable to see what's on the screen anyway), my friend who has some residual vision (he has 20/200 vision), or my sighted friends who "watch" these movies with me.

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Enjoy your movies and being able to talk to your friends about the movies you watched and could actually understand.

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Another Note: Some of the movies are categorized differently.

For example, while Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian is under the C Heading, Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe is under the T heading (for The).

I think of them as half way between an audio book and actually being there.

Go to the Blind Mice Mart website at go down to the heading that says “Blind Mice Movie Vault,” click on that, and you'll go to the movie vault page in a seperate window.

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These allow for developing the emotional health of such persons.

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