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The Digital Bits Tribute to Barry Maxwell: Official Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. Ronald Epstein

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    I'm glad another site is reporting on this. I always really enjoyed reading his reviews, his enthusiasm for old movies really came through, & I can't remember him ever writing anything nasty, or even close. I always ment to email him, as I knew he liked a bit of feedback, I wish I had done now. That photo is just as I pictured him, just look at it & you can see what a nice guy he was.
     
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    RIP Barry, you will be missed but not forgotten! Always enjoyed the reviews and upcoming releases.
     
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    What a class act. He will be missed dearly by all that love classic movies on DVD and Blu-ray. Thanks Barry for your informative outlook for these past many years.
     
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    Allen, i dont think i could have expressed t any better than those two lines, i actualy found HTF via digitalbits, and it has been my pleasure to read Mr. Maxwell's post there, prayers for his family, the classic film comunity is at a loss because of this.
     

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