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  1. Steve Hauben

    Steve Hauben Stunt Coordinator

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    Beautician and the Beast, The
    D.A.R.Y.L.
    Foul Play (1978)
    Gung Ho (1986)
    Thanks!
     
  2. Martin Blythe

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    Of these, the closest is Gung Ho later this year.
     
  3. Steve Hauben

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    Cool, Thanks.
     
  4. David Lambert

    David Lambert Executive Producer

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    Gung Ho? Michael Keaton Gung Ho? REALLY?
    [​IMG] THANKS, Martin!!! [​IMG]
     
  5. Sean Conklin

    Sean Conklin Screenwriter

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    Those would be good releases.
    RE: Foul Play It would be good to see Chevy Chase in more OAR releases. With some "other studio" Chevy always seems to get the P&S shaft.
    Paramount: Please no P&S only on these. Please give these OAR!
     
  6. todd stone

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    nice
     
  7. John Stockton

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    Thanks for making my day Martin. I have been waiting for this title a long time. I hope Gung Ho is given a special edition treatment. My friend acted in this film and he told me that there are a ton of deleted scenes and outtakes that can be included. If Ron Howard is availabe, a commentary would be fantastic.
     
  8. Bob Engleman

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    I'd be a buyer of the below listed titles:

    Buccaneer, The

    Dragonslayer

    Gunfight at the OK Corral

    Lady Jane

    Nevada Smith

    Pony Express

    Raiders trilogy

    Trading Places

    Villa Rides

    Bob Engleman
     
  9. Martin Blythe

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    Bob, Gunfight and Nevada Smith and 4 other classic westerns are due in June.
     
  10. Robert Crawford

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    Martin,

    Very nice and keep up the good work which is more than waht we can say for a few of your competitors.

    Crawdaddy
     
  11. Jon Hertzberg

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    Hi Martin-

    What is the status on these titles:

    BREAKING GLASS (recently reissued on VHS as a sellthru)

    1900 (full version)

    FRENCH POSTCARDS (w/original music)

    DEEP END (1970)

    LADIES & GENTLEMEN, THE FABULOUS STAINS

    LITTLE FAUSS & BIG HALSY

    RACING WITH THE MOON

    THE RAINMAKER

    THE ROSE TATTOO

    Thank you,

    Jon
     
  12. Jodee

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    My number one most-wanted Paramount title:
    Targets
    I watch this in letterbox every time it comes on AMC. I'd love to see this get a DVD release, with a commentary by Peter Bogdanovich.
     
  13. Bob Engleman

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    Martin,

    Thank you for both the good news with respect to OK Corral and Nevada Smtih, and for extending me the courtesy of a reply to my post.

    Bob Engleman
     
  14. David Lambert

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    Jon Hertzberg, The Rainmaker is on your list.
    It's out. I own it! Click on the DVD cover for its Amazon listing:
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/6305181810/qid%3D1013474047/ref%3Dsr%5F11%5F0%5F1/103-6756888-5541401
     
  15. Jon Hertzberg

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    David-

    Thanks for the reply on THE RAINMAKER. I should have been more specific. I want the 1956 film starring Burt Lancaster & Katharine Hepburn.

    Jon
     
  16. TedD

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    And one of my guilty pleasures:

    Half A Sixpence (Complete Roadshow, please)

    Ted
     
  17. Mark Edward Heuck

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    I'd like to chime in with some other requests:

    AN ALMOST PERFECT AFFAIR

    LITTLE DARLINGS

    SUNBURN

    LOOKING FOR MR. GOODBAR

    BLUE (Terence Stamp western)

    HANNIE CAULDER

    THE ITALIAN JOB

    THE BIG BUS

    ON THE AIR LIVE WITH CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT

    GATOR BAIT

    THE OPTIMISTS

    WATERLOO

    DARLING LILI

    THE FIRST NUDIE MUSICAL (featuring Cindy Williams and Ron Howard cameo!)

    and yes, it's redundant by now, but I must second the motions for

    BREAKING GLASS

    1900 (full version)

    FRENCH POSTCARDS

    DEEP END (1970)

    LADIES & GENTLEMEN, THE FABULOUS STAINS

    TARGETS
     
  18. Nate Anderson

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    Hey!

    How about Young Sherlock Holmes?

    Woefully underappreciated!
     
  19. Peter M Fitzgerald

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    Mark,
    Unless plans have changed, I believe THE ITALIAN JOB is due from Paramount in May or June.
    Pssst! Martin, how about:
    THE PRESIDENT'S ANALYST (1967, un-cut/original music restored, commentary by James Coburn & Ted Flicker)
    THE NAKED PREY (1966)
    TARZAN'S GREATEST ADVENTURE (1959)
    TARZAN THE MAGNIFICENT (1960)
    ROBINSON CRUSOE ON MARS (1964)
    I MARRIED A MONSTER FROM OUTER SPACE (1958)
    THE MIRACLE OF MORGAN'S CREEK (1946)
    CAPTAIN KRONOS: VAMPIRE HUNTER (1973)
    THE DESPERATE HOURS (1955)
    THE NAKED JUNGLE (1954)
    THE ASSASSINATION BUREAU (1969)
    THE BLISS OF MRS. BLOSSOM (1968)
    DANGER: DIABOLIK (1967)
    MURPHY'S WAR (1971)
     
  20. Matthew H

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    Martin,
    I was curious if you know who has distribution rights to Stoogemania? I believe Paramount made it, but a company called Atlantic released it when it came to video in 1985. If it's you, when can we expect it?
     

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