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Waldo Lydecker

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State Fair
Duel in the Sun
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Waldo Lydecker

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Sorry, I thought that you wanted films that I wished to receive the “Warner Archive” treatment…???
 

Dick

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UP IN ARMS, at least, now does belong to Warner Bros. from what I understand, as the company has recently absorbed the Samuel Goldwyn catalog. I don't know about the other titles.
 
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Garysb

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For Me and My Gal
The Man I Love
Random Harvest
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Capt D McMars

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Though originally released by RKO, "Song of The South" of course, is owned by Disney and so would never be a Warner Archive release even if Disney decided to make it available for a blu ray disc.
With all of these mondo acquisitions going on between studios and thier mother corporations, it is getting to the point where you gotta ask...do that all really know what properties they own or is the ho
stressed everything is fine GIF
use on fire?
 

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Random Harvest
Week-end At the Waldorf
The Valley of Decision
The White Cliffs of Dover
Lassie Come Home
Whistling in the Dark
Young Thomas Edison
Susan and God
Boom Town
Honky Tonk
Bittersweet
When Ladies Meet
The Chocolate Soldier
Holiday in Mexico
Bathing Beauty
This Time For Keeps
Thousands Cheer
Kismet
Babes on Broadway
Mrs. Parkington
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo
Ziegfeld Girl
Our Vines Have Tender Grapes
Till The Clouds Roll By
Words and Music
A Date With Judy
Best Foot Forward
The Barkleys of Broadway
That Midnight Kiss
Madame Bovary
Adam's Rib
East Side, West Side
Easy to Wed
...and remastered editions of On the Town and Anchors Aweigh!!!
 

DannyLewis

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Random Harvest
A Date with Judy
A Woman's Face
Ziegfeld Girl
The White Cliffs of Dover
Northwest Passage
Boom Town
Words and Music
Till the Clouds Roll By
Strange Cargo
Bathing Beauty
Cass Timberlane
Blossoms in the Dust
The Human Comedy
Kismet
Bittersweet
Johnny Eager
Thousands Cheer
Weekend at the Waldorf
Cry Havoc
Keep Your Powder Dry
Undercurrent
The Barkleys of Broadway
Lady in the Lake
High Wall

In This Our Life
All this and Heaven too
The Great Lie
Gentleman Jim
City for Conquest
They Died with their boots on
The Strawberry Blonde
The Unfaithful
Nora Prentiss
The Constant Nymph
They Drive by Night
The Hard Way
Out of the Fog
The Desert Song
Look for the Silver Lining
The Adventures of Don Juan
Humoresque
Flamingo Road
Arsenic and Old Lace
 
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Do hope Warner Archives notes how frequently Random Harvest appears on wish-lists, and considers it worth its while to soup up and serve.

Random Harvest
 

Robin9

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I'd love to have a Blu-ray disc of The Man I Love with the usual Warner Archive quality. Unfortunately I think that's unlikely because the DVD-R indicates the elements are in very poor condition.
 

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