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WHOS LIFE IS IT ANYWAY? anytime soon?

Discussion in 'DVD' started by larry bender, Oct 19, 2003.

  1. larry bender

    larry bender Stunt Coordinator

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    Anyone know if MGM plans to release WHOS LIFE IS IT ANYWAY? anytime soon.Great performance by Richard Dryfuss.
     
  2. John Kilduff

    John Kilduff Screenwriter

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    Warner Brothers has the rights through their acquisition of the Turner library, so you'll be waiting a long time.

    Sincerely,

    John Kilduff...

    I love Turner Classic Movies' website.
     
  3. larry bender

    larry bender Stunt Coordinator

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    MGM is holding up my dvd list more than any other studio. Why dosnt Warner start releasing some of these MGM titles.
    • GOODBYE MR CHIPS
    • SHOOT THE MOON
    • RICH IN LOVE
    • PENNIES FROM HEAVEN
     
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    They ARE releasing MGM titles...
    But they have thousands of movies just in the MGM library.
     
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    Dick Lead Actor
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    Yes, I'm anxiously awaiting SHOOT THE MOON, PENNIES FROM HEAVEN and WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY, three terrific 1981 films that may well be a long time in coming from Warner Bros. I'd bet on PENNIES first, as part of one of their musical waves. But LIFE is such a beautifully acted and quite topical movie, featuring arguably Dreyfuss' best performance (and one of John Cassavette's last). And MOON is the the most devastating film about a marriage falling apart and the effect it has upon the children of any I have seen. Please, Warner...if you are reading this, consider getting these underseen films out on DVD!
     

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