FOX adds Biblical releases

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  1. Joe Caps

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    Somone has woken up at Fox. Out of nowhere they add two biblical releases today over at dVD Planet -
    David and Bathsheba - Susan Hayward and Gregory Peck
    The Story of Ruth - Elana Eden, Ton Tryon
     
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    Great News!!,,,but where's THE EGYPTIAN?[​IMG]
     
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    Great news! I was hoping they'd release Raoul Walsh's Esther And The King and Robert Aldrich's Sodom And Gomorrah but hopefully if Bathsheba and Ruth do well, Esther and Sodom will soon follow.
     
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    Fall of the Roman Empire
    Quo Vadis
    El Cid
    Land of the Pharaohs

    When oh when?? [​IMG]
     
  6. Joe Caps

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    I just noticed these are listing for $14.95. Is this part of the supposedly defunct Studio Classics Series? I hope not, as I would like some nice covers for these titles. Both films had really good original art.
    Like others, I'm stil waiting for Fox to release the Egyptian.
     
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    I hope that Fox will release COME TO THE STABLE (1949) and I'D CLIMB THE HIGHEST MOUNTAIN (1951). No, they are not religious EPICS, but they are charming stories of faith and superb Americana! Also: THE KEYS OF THE KINGDOM, Gregory Peck's breakthrough role!
     
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    Come to the stable has been shown on Fox movies with a great trailer that uses the soundtrack for an alternate ending of the film.
    Keys of the Kingdom is a dynamite movie.
     

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