nah. you'll be fine.gcardu10 said:While I would prefer that all these films be released on physical media, I am very pleased to see many titles from the 20's and 30's that have not been released before.
I have never heard of several films on the list, which shows that Fox is dipping deep into its catalog of titles, which I feared they had stopped doing, with their minimal output so far this year.
I do have one question. I have never purchased a movie digitally before and my fear is that if I purchase a title and it goes out of print, etc., that Apple could delete it from my account, without my having any say in the issue. Is this a valid concern?
JoeDoakes said:I think this is some of the biggest and greatest news ever. . . . .
Anyway, I'm super excited. Thank you Fox! Now, if I could just figure out this streaming business, I'll be all set.
One of my favorites! Terribly underrated.Robert Crawford said:This afternoon I viewed Call Northside 777 in 1080p and it looked great. It's not physical media, but at least I have it in HD digital format.
Adam_S said:Have any of the previously unavailable ford films been posted yet?
thank you! Is there a day they add batches of new titles?Patrick Mason said:Ford films posted so far:
My Darling Clementine (iTunes)
Young Mr Lincoln (iTunes & Vudu)
The Prisoner of Shark Island (iTunes & Vudu)
The Seas Beneath (iTunes & Vudu)
Doctor Bull (iTunes)
Tobacco Road (iTunes & Vudu)
World Moves On (iTunes & Vudu)