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Jodee

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Might as well add in my Fox title wish list:
At Long Last Love
Eating Raoul
Ed and his Dead Mother
High Anxiety
How I Got into College
Lifeboat
Mischief
Night of the Comet
Only the Lonely
Say Anything
Secrets & Lies
Wedding Banquet
What a Way to Go!
[Edited last by Jodee on November 11, 2001 at 02:41 PM]
 

Sam Shore

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How To Steal A Million
I Was A Male War Bride
Paper Chase, The
People Will Talk (1951)
Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, The
Star!
 

Jaime_Weinman

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And here's my wish list:
Heaven Can Wait (1943) -- Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, with Gene Tierney and Don Ameche. A brilliant comedy, and the VHS version makes Lubitsch's beautiful use of Technicolor look like crap. I saw an excellent 35mm print of it a couple of years ago, so the materials are definitely there for a really good-looking DVD of this masterpiece (which has no connection to the Warren Beatty movie).
Cluny Brown (1946) -- Lubitsch's last completed film. With Charles Boyer and Jennifer Jones.
Unfaithfully Yours (1948) -- Directed by Preston Sturges, with Rex Harrison and Linda Darnell. I believe Peter Fitzgerald made the suggestion that this could be issued as a "double bill" DVD with Sturges' other film for Fox, The Beautiful Blonde From Bashful Bend.
I will heartily second the nomination of Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? and it would make a perfect double bill with the other Frank Tashlin / Jayne Mansfield movie, The Girl Can't Help It.
Also, a personal favorite that's never even been on VHS:
Margie (1946) with Jeanne Crain -- beautiful, nostalgic charm piece.
Plus:
A Guide for the Married Man
And a brace of John Ford films:
Young Mr. Lincoln
Steamboat 'Round the Bend
The Grapes of Wrath
Tobacco Road
Also, while it's probably too late for this, 2002 is the 30th anniversary of The Bob Newhart Show and the 20th anniversary of Newhart and St. Elsewhere, and since Fox owns those shows, it would be nice to see some sort of DVD releases to commemorate this (though on second thought, maybe it's better to wait and hope for season-by-season releases someday).
 

Roger Rollins

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Then there's always
ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
THE DOLLY SISTERS
DOWN ARGENTINE WAY
FROM THE TERRACE
THE GANG'S ALL HERE
HANGOVER SQUARE
HUSH HUSH SWEET CHARLOTTE
I WAKE UP SCREAMING
IN OLD CHICAGO
LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN
A LETTER TO THREE WIVES
LILLIAN RUSSELL
THE LODGER
THE LONG HOT SUMMER
MOON OVER MIAMI
THE NANNY
PEYTON PLACE
POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL
THE RAINS CAME
REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM
ROAD HOUSE
STORMY WEATHER
THAT NIGHT IN RIO
TIN PAN ALLEY
WEEKEND IN HAVANA
WHAT A WAY TO GO
 

John Kilduff

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If my ownership connections are correct from what I've read here, Jodee, then these 2 titles won't be issued by Fox:
"Ed and His Dead Mother"-I believe this is now a Carlton title, thanks to their purchase of the ITC library.
"Night Of The Comet"-This one is now an MGM title, I think.
Sincerely,
John Kilduff
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"Who makes it happen?"
"I make it happen"-
Sigourney Weaver and Melanie Griffith in "Working Girl"
 

Davey S

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Could I please add to this that a great deal of people have been waiting a long time for...
Alien 3 SE.
Fox - you should check the alien related message boards, as people are really starting to gain a lot of respect for this film.
All the fan communitys know about the missing scenes, lost subplots etc and would very much like to see them included in a special edition.
 

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