Altman's Come Back To The Five & Dime

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  1. JohnMor

    JohnMor Producer

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    I absolutely love this film. Anyone else interested in this on DVD?
     
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    Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean was sensational. I saw it in the theater. Had no idea what it was about. The title was intriguing. Bring it out on DVD. A lot of the people in the movie are still with us so many they could do a Making of ....
     
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    In a heartbeat would I purchase this film. The cast is grand.

    I think that the biggest thing about this movie that is keeping it from the marketplace (aside from it being in studio hell) is the fact that the movie doesn't contain any explosions, car chases or wild nudity that a certain part of the movie going public loves. What it does have is a great cast, a great script, narrative bursting through it at every corner...you know...those things that 'bore' people.

    It is high time that this film sees the light of day in home theater collections.
     
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    I would definitely get the DVD. Then I could retire my old VHS version.
     
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    Add me to the list of people who are clamoring for this on DVD. This movie screams out "Criterion!" Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't this one of those films in movie rights hell? Who does own the rights?
     

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