What's the Matter With the In-laws ?

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  1. Alex S

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    Why isn't the In-Laws on dvd ?

    It's one of the funniest movies.

    Anyone know ?
     
  2. Jay E

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    The problem is it's a Warner title.
     
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    We can't even get "What's Up Doc?" released.

    I agree that "The In-Laws" deserves a release

    as it is a great film!
     
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    I agree..."The InLaws" is a great show and should be on DVD. Can't wait to pitch my VHS copy.
     
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    Hey, I thought I was the only guy interested in this title. Glad to see I'm not alone. I've beeen jonesing, as the kids might say, for this one for as long as I've been using the dvd format. As for availablility, the only good news might be this: the pic is scheduled to be re-made this June by Warner Bros. in Toronto and Chicago, starring Micheal Douglas as Peter Falk, and Albert Brooks as Alan Arkin. Pic will be re-titled "Till Death Do Us Part". I assume the remake will be released sometime in the first or second quarter of 2003; "In-Laws" disc to follow? Time will tell. Serpentine, Shel!! Cheers.

    DS.
     

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