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The Goodbye Girl (1977) (Blu-ray) Available for Preorder

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Oct 24, 2016.

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  1. Message #1 of 16 Oct 24, 2016
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    Ronald Epstein

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    The link below will take you directly to the product on Amazon. If you are using an adblocker you will not see link.

     
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    You are soooooo mine!
     
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    Ordered along with It's Always Fair Weather. Thanks for the links.
     
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    Ordered:)
     
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    Decades later, this Richard Dreyfuss performance remains brilliant and ever so worthy of the Oscar he received.
    WAC had me at "Hello"; and its a "good buy", too.
    Sold !!!
     
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    Nice to see Warner taking these interests in Neil Simon films. Hope that The Prisoner of Second Avenue is on their future track.
     
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    Thanks for the link, Ron.

    I guess I'll pre-order...although I wish it was less expensive. Do WAC Blu prices ever get much lower?

    This movie (like most Dreyfuss performances) grates on my nerves. I rarely warm up to his characters (Mr. Holland's Opus being an exception. Where's the Blu of that film?). But, this film is an absolute favorite of my wife's...so I might earn some points with her with the order. But she did just watch my DVD copy of this a few months ago...

    She's also become online acquaintances with Quinn Cummings--who has become a writer and released a collection of pet stories in a volume a few years ago.
     
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    Logged on today and saw this. First thing I thought, wow are you all flippin serious?

    This one is so pre-ordered!!
     
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    It'll probably street at $16.99 or $17.99 on Amazon.

    Sales directly from Warner Archive happen more infrequently these days, but in a year you might be able to get it as part of a bundle for closer to $12.
     
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    $21.99 is the list price. It will be down around $14.99 on release date *IF* places like Best Buy and Target stock it on store shelves.

    Mark
     
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    I didn't think Warner Archives titles were stocked in actual stores, but I'm so far removed from going into a store that I'm not 100% sure!
     
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    All the Warner Archive Blu-rays bottom out at $16.99 by release day. After that there are rare occasions when they are lower on special sales.
    Correct. Warner Archive titles are only available through online retailers.
     
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    Always liked "Prisoner" since its initial release. It survives and has had a life - somewhat - throughout these years; but its never quite been among the films first brought up, when speaking of Neil Simon plays and films. Can't put my finger on why that is. I think its great that you brought this title to WAC's attention. Its fun watching Jack Lemmon and Anne Bancroft act together, as well; adding two more reasons for WAC's release of this film.
    P.S. I got an 11x 14 color lobby card from "The Prisoner of Second Avenue" and got Anne Bancroft to autograph it backstage at a play that she was doing, when I was about 15; but damn, I never was able to get it balanced with a Jack Lemmon signature.
     
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    Amazon has dropped the price for this title down to $17.99
     
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    A couple days ago I got a Amazon alert that the price on both this title and Time After Time had risen to $21.99 from $12.99.
    Which meant that sometime before that it had dropped to $12.99.
    That price drop has never shown up on my orders although this recent one has.

    Wish I had done a screen capture.
     
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    Kirsten, absolutely, Amazon keeps track of those price drops and will honor the lowest price as long as your preorder was in before that drop.
     

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