Any news on various 70's classics?

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  1. Estevan Lapena

    Estevan Lapena Stunt Coordinator

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    Any news on any of these 4 films getting a R.1 releases?

    Sam Peckinpah's: Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid
    Tonino Valerii & Sergio Leone's: My Name Is Nobody (Mio nome è Nessuno, Il)
    Sydney Pollack's: The Yakuza
    Bernardo Bertolucci's: 1900

    I want to see these films, but do not want to see butchered pan-scan VHS copies. Any help is greatly appreciated [​IMG] .
     
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    The title "The Getaway" has been released on dvd for several years.
     
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    Estevan Lapena Stunt Coordinator

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    Thank you, I must have been thinking of another film then. If an Administrator wouldn't mind changing the title to "Any news on various 70's classics?" that would help.
     
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    I am all for Bernardo Bertolucci's: 1900. Marvellous
     
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    I want Pat Garrett released!
     
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    My Name is Nobody has been released OAR in the UK, but I have heard no news of a release here.

    I'm dying for Paramount to release 1900 on DVD. I'd also pick up The Yakuza & PGABTK on DVD, but I have the WS Lasers so I'm not at death's door over them as I am with 1900.

    There are so many great 70's films not on DVD, I'm hoping that this great period for films will one day be exhausted on DVD.
     

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