Warner Bros. Please Release AFTER HOURS

DeanKap

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I will be unable to participate in the upcoming WB chat but someone please ask them to kindly release this great film onto DVD. It's kind of absurd that it's not out yet but then again it is a catalog title. On the other hand it's a Martin Scorsese film for crying out loud! And one of his best. I know so may people who would snap this title up in a second.
 

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And please package with a commemorative Plaster-of-Paris Bagel & Cream Cheese Paperweight. Thanks.
 

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I'd love to see this on DVD with a new anamorphic transfer. This, along with The King Of Comedy are two of my favorite off-beat films. Scorsese never seems to get any respect from the major studios on DVD, and I doubt Warner would be the comapny to change that, but I at least hope they consider at least releasing it bare bones. I would pick it up in a second! Anything beats the blurry VHS I have been subject to viewing all these years!

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This is such an underated film. I would love to have it in my collection.
So many images pop in my head when I think of this movie: The look on the cabbie's face, The ice cream truck, Aqua-Net, and Peggy Lee's "Fever".
I don't think I have seen this since the 80's, and I would love to see it again!
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I L-O-O-O-V-E THIS MOVIE!!! Yes please Warners, let's have this released even if it is only bare bones. I had the VHS a few years ago but sold it off while pairing down my collection. Biiig mistake. I miss it terribly but the thought of seeing it in anamorphic widescreen gives me something to look forward to...
Johnny B.
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I know so may people who would snap this title up in a second.
I'm one who would buy this one in a second!
I have the laserdisc for now, but I've been wondering why this great Martin Scorsese Kafka-esque film hasn't been released on DVD yet.
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Why this film (& Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore) is not on DVD is beyond me. One of the greatest directors of all time deserves to have all his titles released on DVD. Please, Please do him & his movies justice.
 

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