Clifton Webb

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  1. Jeff_HR

    Jeff_HR Producer

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    There are five Webb titles I would love to see Fox release.
    1. Laura
    2. Stars and Stripes Forever
    3. Titanic
    4. Cheaper by the Dozen
    5. The Man Who Never Was (Wide Screen version. Especially
    since the credits on the Full Screen VHS tape are shown
    Letterboxed.)
     
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    Peter M Fitzgerald Screenwriter

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    The Fox films starring Clifton Webb that I'd like to see on Region 1 DVD would include:
    THE MAN WHO NEVER WAS (1956, widescreen)
    SITTING PRETTY (1948)
    MR. BELVEDERE GOES TO COLLEGE (1949)
    MR. BELVEDERE RINGS THE BELL (1951)
    CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN (1950)
    LAURA (1944)
     
  3. Derek M Germano

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    Would love to see any and all of these Clifton Webb titles on DVD, especially LAURA.
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    I'd love to buy Laura and Cheaper by the Dozen (not to mention Belles on Their Toes). I'd also snap up The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker.
    -Gabe
     
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    Greg_S_H Executive Producer

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    Not only is Laura a great movie with a terrific score, but I don't think Hollywood ever produced a more beautiful star than Gene Tierney. You have to go to Grace Kelly to find anyone in her league. Nobody today can even compete. I'd love the DVD.
     

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