International Renown DVD

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  1. WaveCrest

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    Forthcoming Renown DVD titles (source: Play.com):


    Cat and Mouse (1958) - Monday 16th July
    Reluctant Bride (1955) - Monday 16th July.
     
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    Couple of Renown titles being released in September (source: Play.com):


    To Dorothy a Son (1954) - Monday 3rd September
    The Treasure of San Teresa (1959) - Monday 10th September.
     
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    Couple of Renown DVD titles being released in October (source: Amazon UK):


    Hour of Decision (1957) - Monday 15th October
    Squibs (1935) - Monday 8th October.
     
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    Three Renown DVD titles being released next Monday (source: Amazon UK. Play.com have a 12th February release date for the first two titles, and don't seem to have the double feature listed on their website at the time of writing. Titles and their release dates are subject to change):
    Double Confession (1950) - Monday 11th February
    The Greed of William Hart (1948) - Monday 11th February
    The Hand (1960) / Ambush in Leopard Street (1962) double bill - Monday 11th February.
     
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    I buy quite a few of these releases but forget to review on this thread. Just received Once a Sinner and thought it worth a comment as it is not a good film. Buy something else!
     

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