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F/T: House Of Bamboo + The Man Who Never Was ... (NEW/SEALED)

Discussion in 'Media Classifieds' started by MarcoBiscotti, Jul 7, 2005.

  1. MarcoBiscotti

    MarcoBiscotti Well-Known Member

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    R1: BRAND NEW / SEALED

    FOR TRADE ONLY...



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    Both have discreet bilingual text on spine in a tiny font beneath the large and bold English title. I'm extremely picky about presentation and did not even notice this up until a couple of minutes ago, after having the copies sit on my desk in front of my computer all day long.


    These are brand new releases, straight off the shelf.

    There are many titles I'm looking for but won't bother to post a request list because my video library is constantly growing so if you are interested, please make an offer.

    Thanks for looking!
     
  2. MarcoBiscotti

    MarcoBiscotti Well-Known Member

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    Okay, I lied - here's a brief list of various titles I'm looking for off the top of my head. I'll list them in order of preferance...



    The Blob: Criterion Collection

    Naked Lunch: Criterion Collection

    The Lost Skeleton Of Cadavra: Special Edition

    The Day The Earth Stood Still: Studio Classics

    The Reluctant Astronaut: Don Knotts Comedy Classic

    The Ghost & Mr. Chicken: Don Knotts Comedy Classic

    How To Frame A Figg: Don Knotts Comedy Classic

    The Love God?: Don Knotts Comedy Classic

    The Shakiest Gun In The West: Don Knotts Comedy Classic

    Black Angel

    Destry Rides Again

    Sunset Boulevard: Special Collectors Edition

    On The Waterfront: Special Edition

    Naked City

    Cop Land: Collector's Edition

    Grapes Of Wrath: Studio Classics

    Don't Look Now



    PS - I'm ONLY interested in trading if your DVD's are in 110% PRISTINE/MINT condition and as-new. If they don't look like they were just pulled from the shelf, I'm not interested. This is in regards to both packaging (cover art, inserts, etc.) and discs.


    Thanks!
     

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