Hey Paramount how about these?

Norm

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Young Sherlock Holmes (Paramount)
The Bad News Bears (Paramount)
Fatman & Little Boy (Paul Newman) (Paramount)
1492:CONQUEST OF PARADISE (RidleyScott) (Paramount)
The Naked Prey (Paramount)
Serpico (Al Pacino) (Paramount)
Indiana Jones Trilogy (Paramount)
Phase 4 (1973 Paramount)
Robinson Crusoe on Mars (Paramount)
Hitler: The Last Ten Days (Alec Guiness) (Paramount)
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Paul Chi

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Will there ever be a special edition of Titanic in the near future that has Anamorphic widescreen.
 

David Lambert

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Bad News Bears! Bad News Bears! Bad News Bears! Bad News Bears! Bad News Bears! Bad News Bears! Bad News Bears!
Yes! Please?
And Major League, definately. One of the *other* few baseball movies that were really enjoyable. I'm not sure what that title is waiting for, since the sequels are out.
DAVE
 

Nate Anderson

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Young Sherlock Holmes!
Such an underappreciated flick...
And any remaining John Hughes flicks. I grew up on those, dammit.
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bob kaplan

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i thought i would check and see if anyone has any further information on YOUNG SHERLOCK HOLMES. i think it would be a great Christmas gift...(geeshe!!!) in 2003. Thanks for your help.
 

Benn

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I would like to take this opportunity again to ask Paramount for ENCANTED APRIL (1992) and the early Richard Pryor movie SOME KIND OF HERO.
 

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