Paramount's September DVDs announced

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  1. James L White

    James L White Supporting Actor

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    thedigitalbits.com And on the Paramount front, look for a great batch of catalog titles in September, as well as a couple of new TV offerings. On the way are Regarding Henry, Nobody's Fool, Losing Isaiah, Milk Money, An Almost Perfect Affair, Leap of Faith, Campus Man, I.Q. and The Homecoming, as well as C.S.I.: Season Two and MTV Cribs.

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    IQ- might get it.
     
  2. Matt Czyz

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    Who would buy the MTV Cribs disc(s)? Talk about zero replay value. Leap of Faith looks like the only decent movie listed. Oh well, I already have a nice loooooong queue of DVDs I want to buy, don't need any more added to it right now.
     
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    Still waiting for a DVD release of the great animated Bebe's Kids.
     
  4. Matthew Kiernan

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    Wow, they're finally getting around to unloading a lot of the early 90's money losers, aren't they? At least NOBODY'S FOOL, a truly wonderful film, is finally getting a release.
     
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    Looks like Nobody's Fool is the only one I'll be interested in, too. Oh well, at least they're giving us the Indiana Jones movies a few months later.
     
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    I have always had a soft spot for Milk Money. It was filmed in Cincinnati when I lived there and Melanie Griffith has never looked more beautiful than in that movie.
     
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    Regarding Henry - Zimmer babee!
     
  9. Greg_M

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    Well now with the release of "Indianna Jones" & "Once Upon a Time in the West" in November, Paramount has exhausted their "A" list catalog titles. It will be interesting to see what the studio releases in the next 12 months (Unless Paramount sees this as the end of DVD and the start of something new)
     
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    I think "Nobody's Fool" and "Regarding Henry" are two very fine films that I can't wait to add to my collection.




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  11. Steven L

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    I've been waiting for Regarding Henry for a long time.
     
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    Only one for me, Nobody's Fool.
     
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    Somebody has to ask this, where's Star Trek V?
     
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    May pick up Regarding Henry and Leap of Faith if they're cheap.

    Sigh.

    Where is Brain Donors?

    Where is Foul Play and Murder on the Orient Express?
     
  15. Scott David

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    Anyone know if "The Homecoming" is "The Homecoming: a Christmas Story" (the pilot movie of "The Waltons")? Or is it another "Homecoming"?
     
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    Paramount has NOT exhausted their A-list titles.

    They have several silent films they should release. Wings, The Covered Wagon, The Wedding March, and The Last Command are just a few of them.
     
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    Scott, a quick search of the IMDB seemed to indicate that that "Homecoming: A Christmas Story" is the only movie with that title that is owned by Paramount (it was produced by CBS which, of course, is now owned by Paramount's parent company, Viacom). So I would venture a guess that that's the one.
     
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    Nobody's Fool...thats the one with Paul Newman right...cause I think theres another one by the same name too?
     
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    Still holding out for Summer School, Student Bodies, D.A.R.Y.L., Explorers, Jekyll and Hyde...Together Again, and The Brady Bunch and Taxi TV series.
     

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