Dear Warner Bros: How about THE FOX (1968)

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  1. Dick

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    I am hoping you will release a second "Controversial Classics" set and that you will consider this 1968 movie directed by Mark Rydell and starring Keir Dullea, along with Sandy Dennis and Anne Heywood as lesbians living on an isolated farm. Created quite an impact in its day and (I've seen it again recently) still does - has a haunting atmosphere. While it isn't the best thing D.H. Lawrence ever wrote, it does reflect the way society viewed gay life in those days and as such is relevant. This was released on VHS (now long OOP), but never on laser and so far not on DVD. Please consider.
     
  2. Ken Koc

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    Yes " The Fox" and "Reflections in a Golden Eye" !
     
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    What I'm still hoping for from Warner Bros. are:
    A THOUSAND CLOWNS (1965) with Jason Robard
    THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE (1959) with Kirk Douglas & Burt Lancaster
    REVOLUTION (1985) with Al Pacino
    THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER (1968) with Alan Arkin
    CROSSING DELANCEY(1988)
    THE ILLUSTRATED MAN (1969)
    and
    SERGEANT YORK (1941)starring Gary Cooper
     
  4. Mark Edward Heuck

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    A THOUSAND CLOWNS is owned by MGM
     
  5. nikkif99uk

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    I'm still hoping for a release of The Fox
     
  6. Chuck Pennington

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    I live in England, are Warner Archives available for anyone outside of the US?
     
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    You will have to get a good friend for the US to get it for you and then mail to you. Of course it will be Region 1.
     
  9. Marcel H.

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    He can wait and use TCM/MoviesUnlimited after 90 days, when they have the DVD available. It's about 40 bucks for one DVD, though.
     
  10. ahollis

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    Best advice yet.
     
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    Wow $40 thats a lot by the way am a she lol not a he. but warner would be $19.99 right?
     
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    Mea maxima culpa.:)
     

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