Any chance we'll see a second Herzog boxed set?

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  1. Randall Dorr

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    Containing the following:
    Even Dwarfs Started Small
    The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser
    Heart Of Glass
    Stroszek
    Lessons Of Darkness
    Little Dieter Needs To Fly

    The Herzog/Kinski set sold well, didn't it?

    It shouldn't be too much trouble to collect the already released above six films and release them together.
     
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    It sucks that I have to be the first one to reply to this thread, but I just received a response to an email I sent Anchor Bay several days ago. The reply came back:
     
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    I hope the set will included Herzog movies and shorts not already released on DVD.
     
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    I'd love to see Where the Green Ants Dream on DVD. I don't think AB has the rights, though. [​IMG]
     
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    Where the Green Ants Dream was listed on AB's schedule at one point, along with Scream of Stone, Wings of Hope, and a couple of others I'm forgetting at the moment. I don't think the fact that Orion distributed it theatrically precludes an AB release since Herzog seems to hold onto the rights for his films himself (all of HB's Herzog titles were previously distributed by other companies, including major studios in some cases).
     

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