20th Century Fox releases

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  1. Bob Engleman

    Bob Engleman Stunt Coordinator

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    Have you any plans for the following titles:

    1.Brubaker

    2.Class Action

    3.Flight of the Phoenix

    4.Beneath the Planet of the Apes

    5.Rio Conchos

    6.Robin Hood

    7.Star Chamber, The

    8.Twilights Last Gleaming

    9.Wild Geese, The

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  2. Jeff Kleist

    Jeff Kleist Executive Producer

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    Beneath the POTA is out in the pOTA box set
     
  3. Jeff_HR

    Jeff_HR Producer

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    Does "Twllight's last Gleaming" actually belong to Fox? Or did did they just distibute it on video? A film worthy of DVD release.
     
  4. Brandon Gantt

    Brandon Gantt Second Unit

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    And what about:
    THE NANNY (1965)
    ONE MILLION YEARS B.C. (1966)
    THE ANNIVERSARY (1968)
     
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    Here's one that I once caught on the Fox Movie Channel, and fell in love with for its utter strangeness:
    Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
    In searching the internet, it's come to my attention that this film NEEDS to be released on DVD, and perhaps theatrically. There is a growing underground interest in this film. The music and sharp colors make this a prime candidate for DVD, and writer Roger Ebert has recorded commentaries for movies he's had nothing to do with; why can't he do one for HIS movie? This film was origina;;y released at a 2.35:1 aspect ration, and the only home video version out there is the VHS pan-and-scan.
    This film needs DVD treatment. In addition, there are many theaters out there willing to play BVD as a midnight movie, but the prints that are out there and circulating now are in horrible shape, and need to be restored. The beautiful colors of the original film have been lost on these 32-year-old prints, and the need to be brought back. Please FOX, this is a cult classic.
    http://www.beyondthevalleyofthedolls.com
     

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