"Rumble Fish" OOP?

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  1. MattHenderson

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    I had "Rumble Fish" on back-order through DVD Empire and received an e-mail from them indicating it was no longer available. Does this mean an SE is on the way or should I snap up a copy wherever I can?
     
  2. Steve Phillips

    Steve Phillips Screenwriter

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    This title has been in the Wal-Mart dump bins recently @ $5.50. I've seen it at Fry's, Best Buy and elsewhere for around that price also.
     
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    MarcoBiscotti Producer

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    I've been holding out for a S.E.

    I really hope it's in the works.
     
  4. Hans M.

    Hans M. Stunt Coordinator

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    I love this movie! It's one of my favorites, and I was lucky enough to see this movie on the big screen at the Miami Film Festival a few years ago (a dream of mine, as it is such a visually and sonically artistic movie). I'll hang on to my copy tight... until I hear an announcement for a new version. Then this can go up for sale. Getting one for $5.99 would be a great deal. I'm sure most stores have it for around that much.
     
  5. Todd Robertson

    Todd Robertson Second Unit

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    snap it up now. waiting for a se....I couldnt do it. I've been wanting to research the import of this just to get me by with a new copy of this classic.

    I saw this in the theater back on it's initial run...I was about 19 and fit the core audience like a glove. ended up going back once more....just to take it in, alone. I was a huge Dillon fan, had a twisted crush on Diane and loved the style in which it was filmed. outstanding stuff and a huge, personal fave...from way back.

    now I'm off to fight Biff Wilcox.
     

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