Radioman970

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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland from 1972, of course!

*clearing throat*

The BAFTA AWARD WINNING Alice's Adventures..... :D

Would settle for restored blu ray with extended scenes, marketing materials...some of which I own...interviews with living cast members, including Fiona Fullerton who is alive and well and a very big friend of fans...

/pimping my own favorite movie of all time
 

Andrew Budgell

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My runner up would be Cleopatra. While I think most of us would agree that the Blu-ray is phenomenal, Mr. Harris only gave it 4/5 stars and said there was room for improvement (I believe it's an older scan, from 2005). Perhaps Fox would consider releasing a 4K UHD disc to capitalize on the two upcoming Cleopatra projects (one for TV, the other for the big screen directed by Denis Villeneuve) if those pan out. And hopefully before Disney acquires Fox, if that indeed happens.

 

Robert DH

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The original, uncut "Barbarella", not the censored "Queen of the Galaxy" reissue. It is impossible for any film to be more Sixties than this one...
 
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"Love With The Proper Stranger". It baffles me that a movie with Natalie Wood and Steve McQueen is ignored for so long. A proper restoration is way overdue.
 
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