Mrs. Miniver?

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Yohan Pamudji, Sep 15, 2003.

  1. Yohan Pamudji

    Yohan Pamudji Second Unit

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    I imagine there's not a whole lot of clamouring for this title to come out on DVD, but I just watched it this weekend (my girlfriend the old movie freak made me watch it [​IMG] ) and now I want to have it on DVD. Is it coming? This decade?
     
  2. Robert Crawford

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    Another old MGM title that now belongs to Warner. Since it won several Oscars including Best Picture, it will probably be release on DVD sometime, but we just don't know when??????




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  3. Jack Briggs

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    I last saw this when the leading Los Angeles-area PBS station, KCET-Channel 28, showed it a few years ago.



    You are fortunate to have such an SO.
     
  4. David Von Pein

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    It's been on my "Buy It Whenever It Is Finally Released" to-get list for a while now.

    Great film I think. "Best Picture 1942". Mr. Pidgeon is great in everything he's in.

    Don't you think every "Best Picture" Oscar Winner is deserving of DVD status based on that fact alone? No...wait...strike that...[​IMG] LOL.

    Anyway, Miniver certainly deserves Digital bliss, I know that! [​IMG]

    EVERYBODY VOTE FOR IT HERE!

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  5. Jeff_HR

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    It seems we have far too little of Greer Garson's filmography on DVD. She deserves to have much more released. Get the films out the door Studios, especiaslly WB.
     
  6. Marty M

    Marty M Cinematographer

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    Another great WW II movie that deals with the homefront in the USA is Since You Went Away. It was scheduled for release a year or two ago, but got cancelled. This movie has great black & white cinematography.
     

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