Senior HTF Member
- Sep 30, 2001
Seriously? And just what do you think Warners is in this for? Playing the good fairy and granting movie wishes for us? Spending their stockholders on money on restoring films that will never make their money back? You call them cheap. I call them good businessmen. And yes, if what we get is The Thin Man, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, Mystery Of The Wax Museum, Jezebel, Victor Victoria, She Wore A Yellow Ribbon, The Bad And The Beautiful, Father Of The Bride, Girl Crazy, Gaslight, Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?, Auntie Mame. Out Of The Past, Brigadoon, Pride And Prejudice, Suspicion, Village Of The Damned, The Sea Hawk, Bad Day At Black Rock, Love Me Or Leave Me, Dodsworth, Kiss Me Kate (in 3D), Murder My Sweet, The Letter, Moonfleet, Silk Stockings, Gypsy, Home From The Hill, Bells Are Ringing, Wait Until Dark, Strike Up The Band, The Wrong Man, Picture Of Dorian Gray, While The City Sleeps, The Sea Wolf, Thank Your Lucky Stars, Days Of Wine And Roses, Footlight Parade, Summer Stock, Far From The Madding Crowd, Les Girls, Wagon Master, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, Designing Woman, 42nd Street, Sweet Bird Of Youth, Billy Budd, Finian's Rainbow, A Patch Of Blue, Romance On The High Seas, Ballad Of Cable Hogue, Reflections In A Golden Eye (both versions yet) , The Hanging Tree, Reluctant Debutante, KIsmet, Yes, you bet I'll take what we can "get" and be happy with thatok what you are saying, really, is that warners are in this only for the money, they are too cheap to work on their very vast film library, and we the consumer should just take what we can get and be happy with that. ok. good to know.