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WARNER BROS Lost Horror films not on DVD. Help!

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Jeff<>, Jun 9, 2005.

  1. Jeff<>

    Jeff<> Member

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    If someone from Warner should read this thread, please PLEASE consider releasing the following horror titles from your vault on DVD release in the near future.

    Night School (1981)
    Eyes Of A Stranger (1981)
    The Hand (1981)
    Deadly Friend (1986)
    Looker (1981) (More "thriller" than "horror")
    Two on a Guillotine (1965) Which has NEVER been released on any format

    Thanks for your time
     
  2. FrancisP

    FrancisP Well-Known Member

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    I would settle for the two Dark Shadows movies, House of
    Dark Shadows and Night of Dark Shadows. I would like to see
    the latter restored to its former running time before MGM butchered it.
     
  3. Jack Briggs

    Jack Briggs Well-Known Member

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    Jeff, when querying studios, please do so in the area devoted to such discussion. Thanks. JB
     
  4. Jeff_A

    Jeff_A Well-Known Member

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    I would love to see both of these released (particularly, House of Dark Shadows). However, what would Warner have to do with the release of MGM films?

    I would like to add a Hammer Films title to this thread: Dracula AD 1972.
     
  5. Ken Koc

    Ken Koc Well-Known Member

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    How about THE BEAST WITH FIVE FINGERS?
     
  6. Darren Gross

    Darren Gross Well-Known Member

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    Jeff, Warner owns all MGM films pre-1986. It's why they have such an enormous and wonderful classic film catalog, inclusive of all the MGM musicals etc.

    Since the DS films were 1970 and 1971 they are Warner titles.
     

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