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#1 of 26 JeremySt

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Posted November 02 2001 - 04:02 PM

just thought I post a boring "This is not on DVD" thread

Here are my MOST WANTED (besides Lucas/Speilberg stuff)

1.Grand Prix
2.The Haunting (1963)
3.Godzilla 1985
4.Valley of The Gwangi
5.Horror of Dracula
6.Metropolis (a better one)
7.Shoot to Kill


I am interested to see what other titles you guys want



#2 of 26 Rob Lutter

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Posted November 02 2001 - 04:06 PM

i forsee this thread being moved to the POLLS section...

...anyways... no more DVDs right now... I am already neck-deep in things I need to buy... try again next year Posted Image

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#3 of 26 SteveGon

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Posted November 03 2001 - 02:29 AM

The Three Colors Trilogy and all the titles listed in my sig plus about twenty others...


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#4 of 26 Raine Linton

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Posted November 03 2001 - 05:03 AM

I want "Night of the Creeps". Widescreen, 5.1 sound, superbit....THRILL ME!

#5 of 26 Alex Spindler

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Posted November 03 2001 - 05:52 AM

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#6 of 26 Elizabeth S

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Posted November 06 2001 - 05:19 AM

My MOST wanted:

"To Live and Die in L.A." (slated for 2002)
"The Last Seduction"
"Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry"
"The Three Musketeers" (1973) (Need a much better version. Present one is badly cropped off the sides and totally ruins that scene where D'Artagnan offers his letter of introduction.)
"Apartment Zero"


#7 of 26 Neil Joseph

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Posted November 06 2001 - 05:25 AM

Lucas/Spielberg have about 90% of the catalogue titles I want. Other than that, I also want...

- Lion King
- The Huntchback Of Notre Dame
- Beauty And The Beast
- Aladdin

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#8 of 26 Peter Mazur

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Posted November 06 2001 - 06:43 AM

Let me think...

Rock & Rule
What's Up Doc?
Starchaser: The Legend Of Orin
Fun With Dick & Jane
Lipstick
Corvette Summer
Last American Virgin
Light Years
Allegro Non Troppo
Just One Of The Guys
Rachel Papers
Gas Food Lodging
Wizards
Robinson Crusoe On Mars

This is all I can think of right now. I need to check my list at home.

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#9 of 26 DennisHP

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Posted November 06 2001 - 07:47 AM

Perfect World

#10 of 26 John Kilduff

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Posted November 06 2001 - 01:23 PM

This is my DVD want list, arranged by studio. Some are already out, but I want to get them anyway. Others are already out, but they have been mentioned for new editions. Most are in various stages of production:


20th CENTURY FOX
-Moulin Rouge: Special Edition
-Say Anything
-Alien: Five-Star Edition
-Cocoon
-Silent Movie,
-Robin Hood: Men in Tights
-All That Jazz

PARAMOUNT
-Beverly Hills Cop
-Top Secret
-Better Off Dead
-Fatal Attraction: Special Edition
-Footloose
-Flashdance

MGM
-Legally Blonde
-Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
-Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey
-Dirty Rotten Scoundrels: Special Edition
-Mannequin
-The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Special Edition
-Mad Max: Special Edition
-UHF: Special Edition
-The Sure Thing: Special Edition
-The Producers: Special Edition
-Raging Bull: Special Edition
-Thelma & Louise: Special Edition
-RoboCop: Special Edition

Columbia TriStar
-St. Elmo's Fire
-Motorama
-Used Cars
-Stripes
-Monty Python and The Holy Grail: Special Edition

Dreamworks
-Shrek
-Almost Famous: The Bootleg Cut

Buena Vista:
-Sister Act
-Walt Disney Treasures: Disneyland USA
-Walt Disney Treasures: Mickey Mouse in Living Color
-Walt Disney Treasures: Silly Symphonies
-Tron: 20th Anniversary Collector's Edition
-Dick Tracy
-Oliver & Company

Warner Bros.
-Dead Pool
-Dirty Harry: Special Edition
-Strange Brew
-Amadeus
-Victor/Victoria
-Goodfellas
-Poltergeist
-Mean Streets
-Blade Runner
-The Color Purple
-Gremlins
-Gremlins 2
-The Hunger (I think this is a Warner title)

Also, if Columbia could get some good supplements (i.e, commentaries, new interviews, *original* theatrical trailers) for the first 3 Muppet movies, I'd buy them. The editions that are out now aren't really that good, from what I've read.

Sincerely,

John Kilduff

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#11 of 26 John Kilduff

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Posted November 06 2001 - 01:28 PM

Oh, yeah, I almost forgot.

BACK TO THE FUTURE!

Sincerely,

John Kilduff

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#12 of 26 JustinT

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Posted November 07 2001 - 12:42 PM

The Gods Must Be Crazy and its sequel.

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#13 of 26 Gary_E

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Posted November 07 2001 - 01:05 PM

1.) All Beatles films.
2.) All Mel Brooks films
3.) The Gong Show Movie
4.) Let the Good Times Roll

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#14 of 26 Scott Weinberg

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Posted November 07 2001 - 01:08 PM

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#15 of 26 Ricky f

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Posted November 08 2001 - 12:03 AM

DROP DEAD FRED
CAMPFIRE TALES
NATIONAL LAMPOON'S SENIOR TRIP
BIO-DOME
RADIO FLYER
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME
FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 7 UNCUT
THE GOOD SON
TERROR TRAIN
STEPHEN KING'S IT
THE WONDER YEARS : TV SERIES
TALES FROM THE CRYPT : TV SERIES

And there is alot more I am sure

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#16 of 26 Sean Conklin

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Posted November 13 2001 - 01:29 PM

DVD's not released yet, right?

Of course the BTTF trilogy and:

Real Genius
Beverly hills cop
Fletch Lives
Tombstone SE
Legend
Willow
All the Vacation movies in their OAR
Bill and Teds Excellent adventure
Black Sheep
Secret Admirer
The Bride




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#17 of 26 Nick Sievers

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Posted November 13 2001 - 01:47 PM

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#18 of 26 Brad_W

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Posted November 14 2001 - 12:23 AM

Cool as Ice
Breakin' Two: Electric Boogaloo
UHF
Out of the Dark
Trick or Treat
Friday the 13th part 7: UNCUT
Predator 2 DTS
Stargate DTS (region 1)
Indianna Jones Trilogy
Transformers Special Edition (I want the old music videos included, plus a commentary track, trailers, etc.) I own three copies of this movie: US version, Canadian version, and Japanese version and the US version is the best.
Out of the Dark
Gleaming the Cube
Hellraiser 3 US version (I have the Canadian verion and it's in pan and scan -yuck)




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#19 of 26 Patrick McCart

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Posted November 14 2001 - 01:09 AM

Around the World in Eighty Days: Special Edition
UHF: SE
Ben-Hur (1925):
Song of the South (I'll be glad to pay for Disney's lawyer bills if they get sued)
Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors
Sunrise (Come on Fox...)
Looney Tunes and classic Popeye

*That's all I could think of?!?*

Greed (TCM restored version)
Wings
The Cameraman
Top Hat
The Crowd
Grapes of Wrath (in production?)
Metropolis (restored cut)
Abel Gance's Napoleon (5.5 hour 18fps cut with Carl Davis score. Commentary by Kevin Brownlow...)
A Hard Day's Night (Come on Miramax...)
MST3K: The Movie (The Image DVD blows)
Universal and WB-owned Marx Bros. films (The Image DVD's blew!)
The Thin Man
The Thief and the Cobbler (Richard William's original cut...not the crappy re-edit by Fred Calvert.)
Tex Avery cartoons
Betty Boop (Come on, Republic...)
Cinerama films (Not counting the MGM ones, just the ones Cinerama produced alone.)
He Who Gets Slapped
Queen Kelly
Silent Movie
The Producers
High Anxiety
Dracula: Dead and Loving It (Columbia? Warner Bros.?)

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#20 of 26 JonZ

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Posted November 14 2001 - 04:04 AM

All Shaw Brothers Kung Fu flicks
Dick Tracy SE
Dragonslayer SE
Schindlers List
Ed Wood
Batman:The Animated Series Special Edition Box Sets
Giant Robo SE
Twin Peaks Fire Walk With Me
Nowhere
Ren & Stimpy (John K episodes)
Hearts Of Darkness(Apocalypse Now documentary-does anyone know who the hell owns this thing? Cant we please get this on DVD?!?)
Blade Runner SE
Legend SE
Ran SE

Sean,
The Bride is out on DVD.


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