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TV-Movies Most Wanted on DVD?

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by JamesSmith, Jun 23, 2011.

  1. Ron1973

    Ron1973 Beverly Hillbilles nut extraordinaire

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    The 1973 version of Miracle on 34th Street starring Sebastian Cabot and David Hartman. Fox Movie Channel showed it a couple of years ago and I recorded it but an official version would be nice.
     
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    Don't remember the name of it but it was a 2hr MacGyver "movie" where he was on an Indiana Jones-like treasure hunt looking for some historical relic. I recorded it when it came on but it cut off the last half hour :(
     
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    Lost Treasure of Atlantis. It and the other TV movie (Trail to Doomsday) are on DVD. Have been for a while now.
     
  4. Rob Mac

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    The Challenge - Darrin McGavin and Mako
    The Deadly Dream - Lloyd Bridges
    Trapped - James Brolin
    Nightmare - Richard Crenna
    Terror On The Beach - Dennis Weaver
    City In Fear - Mickey Rourke
    The China Lake Murders - Tom Skerritt
     
  5. MCCLOUD

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    Great choices Rob Mac! I also would like to see all of the them realeased on DVD! The Deadly Dream is one of my all time favorites! Also, I would like to see released on DVD
    Weekend Of Terror 1970 Carol Lynley, Robert Conrad, Lois Nettleton, Lee Majors
    A Cold Night's Death 1973 Robert Culp Eli Wallach
    Death Race 1973 LLoyd Bridges
    Savages 1974 Andy Griffith
    Pray For The Wildcats 1974 Andy Griffith
    A Short Walk To Daylight 1972 Josh Brolin
    Ohara US Treasury 1971 David Janssen
    Brock's Last Case 1973 Richard Widmark
    The Return Of Frank Cannon 1980 William Conrad
    Turnover Smith 1980 William Conrad
    Keefer 1978 William Conrad
    The Murder That Wouldn't Die 1976 Mike Conners
    She Cried Murder! 1973 Lynda Day George Telly Savalas
    Along Came A Spider 1969 Suzanne Pleashette
    Caribe 1975 Stacy Keach
    The House On Greenapple Road 1970 Christopher George
    In Broad Daylight 1971 Richard Boone
    Longstreet 1971 James Franciscus
    Joe Forrester 1975 LLoyd Bridges
    Take Care!
     
  6. MCCLOUD

    MCCLOUD Well-Known Member

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    Great choices Rob Mac! I also would like to see all of the them realeased on DVD! The Deadly Dream is one of my all time favorites! Also, I would like to see released on DVD
    Weekend Of Terror 1970 Carol Lynley, Robert Conrad, Lois Nettleton, Lee Majors
    A Cold Night's Death 1973 Robert Culp Eli Wallach
    Death Race 1973 LLoyd Bridges
    Savages 1974 Andy Griffith
    Pray For The Wildcats 1974 Andy Griffith
    A Short Walk To Daylight 1972 Josh Brolin
    Ohara US Treasury 1971 David Janssen
    Brock's Last Case 1973 Richard Widmark
    The Return Of Frank Cannon 1980 William Conrad
    Turnover Smith 1980 William Conrad
    Keefer 1978 William Conrad
    The Murder That Wouldn't Die 1976 Mike Conners
    She Cried Murder! 1973 Lynda Day George Telly Savalas
    Along Came A Spider 1969 Suzanne Pleashette
    Caribe 1975 Stacy Keach
    The House On Greenapple Road 1970 Christopher George
    In Broad Daylight 1971 Richard Boone
    Longstreet 1971 James Franciscus
    Joe Forrester 1975 LLoyd Bridges
    Take Care!
     

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