The Stratton Story?

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  1. Brandon_D

    Brandon_D Stunt Coordinator

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    I Love Jimmy Stewert and June Allyson in this heartwarming movie. It needs a DVD Release!
     
  2. Eric Peterson

    Eric Peterson Cinematographer

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    I second the motion!!

    I remember watching this countless times as a child and absolutely loving and saw it again last year for the first time in a long time and loved it every bit as much. Who own's this one? If it's WB, I wish someone would have asked about it during the chat.
     
  3. BryanV

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    Well this may sound really really strange, but about 12 years ago I decided that I wanted to own every single movie that Jim Stewart ever was in on video.

    So I third the motion and while your at it, I would love to see Magic Town and Call Northside 777.
     
  4. Jeff_HR

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    "Strategic Air Command" is another Jimmy Stewert and June Allyson film I'd love to get on DVD.
     
  5. Greg_S_H

    Greg_S_H Executive Producer

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    That's not so strange. I wanted to do the same thing about six years after you! I was able to supplement my purchases with viewings on TCM and AMC (back when AMC was still good). Like Bogart, I would eventually buy anything with Jimmy Stewart.

    Besides the ones listed here, how about No Highway in the Sky and Fools' Parade? Lesser titles, to be sure, but still worth a spin.
     
  6. RafaelPires

    RafaelPires Second Unit

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    I'd vote for Born to Dance, an early Jimmy Stewart vehicle starring the lovely Eleanor Powell. By the way, The Stratton Story would be a must buy. There was a great chemistry between Jimmy and June.
     

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