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#1 of 8 Bob Engleman

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Posted August 25 2003 - 04:18 AM

Of all the major studio's, I need more Warner product to complete my change over from VHS. Any word on the below:

1.Battle of the Bulge
2.Captain Blood
3.Captain Horatio Hornblower
4.Charge of the Light Brigade (Flynn)
5.Death Wish 2
6.Flame and the Arrow
7.Santa Fe Trail
8.Sea Hawk, The
9.Skin Game
10.There Was a Crooked Man
11.They Died With Their Boots On

1.Inside Out (Mason)
2.Sacketts, The

1.36 Hrs.
2.Adventure of Don Juan
3.Beau Brummell
4.Ice Station Zebra
5.Ivanhoe (Taylor)
6.Mutiny on the Bounty (Gable & Brando)
7.Prisoner of Zenda (Granger)
8.Young Bess

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#2 of 8 Nate Anderson

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Posted September 05 2003 - 03:22 PM

Umm...can we get a DVD edition of Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet as well? This movie is begging for a DVD release! PLEASE! Split it up on tow discs if you must, but hurry up!
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#3 of 8 Benn

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Posted September 17 2003 - 10:44 AM

If anyone, from Warners reads Bob's thread here, please take note that I am another who's hoping to finish up the transition from VHS to DVDs, in my lifetime.
From Warners I've been asking for the release of the following:
THE AMERICANIZATION OF EMILY (1964)
A THOUSAND CLOWNS (1965)
THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE (1959)
REVOLUTION (1985)
CROSSING DELANCY (1988)
THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER (1968)

It would be great to hear news of the release of any or all of these favorites of my family.

#4 of 8 Paul_Scott

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Posted September 21 2003 - 01:28 PM

am looking forward to the coming classics now and in '04.
hopefully, someday i will also be able to pick up
Queen Christina
and The Prisoner Of Second Avenue

#5 of 8 Chuck Wood

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Posted October 15 2003 - 06:24 AM

All great suggestions! May I humbly add: OPERATION-CROSSBOW! A very impressive WWII flick with a great cast, terrific action and one of the best "middle of da film" shocks I've ever seen in a movie!! Stereo 5.1 mix, too!

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Posted October 15 2003 - 10:13 AM

[list=a][*]GOODBYE MR CHIPS[*]WHOS LIFE IS IT ANYWAY?[*]PENNIES FROM HEAVEN[*]SHOOT THE MOON[*]RICH IN LOVE[/list=a] Warner-If you own any of these MGM titles please release them to dvd.

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Posted October 17 2003 - 07:43 AM

Is anyone aware whether or not, Warner's have responded in any way to this thread? I frequently get the feeling that these requests are going unheeded.
Any kind of an up-date would be appreciated. I know we're all impressed with Martin Blythe's response from Paramount.

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Posted November 21 2003 - 06:17 PM

If Warner's owns THE ILLUSTRATED MAN (1969) I'd love to be able to go out an buy it.




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