Warner- Please release these MGM titles!

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  1. larry bender

    larry bender Stunt Coordinator

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    1. WHOS LIFE IS IT ANYWAY?
    2. PENNIES FROM HEAVEN
    3. GOODBYE MR CHIPS
    4. SHOOT THE MOON
    5. RICH IN LOVE
    6. FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD[/list=1]
     
  2. Roger Rollins

    Roger Rollins Supporting Actor

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    RICH IN LOVE was made in the '90s. Therefore it's not part of Warner Brothers' MGM library.
     
  3. Patrick McCart

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    Just as a reminder:

    WB only owns the pre-1986 library.
     
  4. larry bender

    larry bender Stunt Coordinator

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    Thanks for the info-
     
  5. Bruce Morrison

    Bruce Morrison Supporting Actor

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    I'll support the request for 'Far From The Madding Crowd'. I'm surprised they haven't released this one already.
     
  6. Chuck L

    Chuck L Screenwriter

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    CAGED!!! (once again)
     
  7. Bill Huelbig

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    RYAN'S DAUGHTER - the only David Lean epic not yet available on DVD.

    --Bill
     
  8. Dick

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    I heartily second Larry's choices.
     
  9. Bradley-E

    Bradley-E Screenwriter

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    Shoot The Moon

    Rich and Famous

    Grand Prix

    Logan's Run: SE
     
  10. Bob Engleman

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    I cast my lot with the follwing:

    1.Adventures of Don Juan, The
    2.Beau Brummell
    3.Ice Station Zebra
    4.Ivanhoe
    5.Prisoner of Zenda, The (Granger)
    6.Young Bess

    Bob Engleman
     
  11. Paul_Scott

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    Queen Christina
    and Double Wedding Please [​IMG]
     
  12. Jon Hertzberg

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    Would very much like to see 1984's Reckless starring Aidan Quinn and Daryl Hannah. Director James Foley and ace lenser Michael Ballhaus achieved a very nice look with this film, that begs for Warner's stellar DVD treatment.

    And who can resist Quinn and Hannah pogoing to Romeo Void's "Nvr Say Nvr"?!

    -Jon
     
  13. John Kilduff

    John Kilduff Screenwriter

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    I'm all for a release of "Electric Dreams".

    This romantic-comedy popsical is hot-wired with great 80s visual effects and a killer score and soundtrack with Giorgio Moroder, Culture Club, Jeff Lynne, Heaven 17, Helen Terry, Phil Collins and others as well.

    Warner owns the rights to this (check the TCM website's search engine page for proof), and an SE would be awesome.

    A Steve Barron commentary, music videos, featurettes on the creative process...It'd be cool.

    I second the call for "Reckless", and I would like to toss in my votes for the following Warner-owned MGM titles:

    "A Stranger Is Watching"
    "Hero At Large"
    "Year Of The Dragon"
    "The Hunger"
    "Dream Lover" (yes, it's a 1986 MGM title, but it is owned by Warner).

    Sincerely,

    John Kilduff...

    If they remake "Electric Dreams", heads will roll.
     
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  15. Steve...O

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    Please release the two MGM films that Laurel and Hardy released in the 1940's:

    "Air Raid Wardens"
    "Nothing But Trouble"

    With the Hal Roach product available in other countries, releasing the Fox and MGM features will allow for a complete L&H collection on DVD.

    Steve
     
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    Captain Nemo and the Underwater City, please.
     

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