Will these ever be released on DVD?

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  1. Paul Ledoux

    Paul Ledoux Auditioning

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    Besides the obvious ones (Star Wars, Indiana Jones, etc.) these titles are way past overdue to dvd:
    Ed Wood (Touchstone) 1994
    Remo Williams (MGM) 1985
    The Public Eye (Universal) 1992
    Time After Time (WB) 1979
    Without A Clue (Orion now MGM??) 1988
    Turner & Hooch (Buena Vista) 1989
    The Star Chamber (Fox) 1983
    Best Seller (MGM) 1987
    Firefox (WB) 1982
    Romeo Is Bleeding (Gramercy) 1993
    Harry & The Hendersons (Universal) 1987
    The Keep (Paramount) 1983
    The Search For One-Eye Jimmy (Artisan) 1996
    This is just a short list of mostly 80's movies I'd like to see released. [​IMG]
     
  2. David Lambert

    David Lambert Executive Producer

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  3. Paul Ledoux

    Paul Ledoux Auditioning

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    Thanks, Dave.[​IMG]
     
  4. TheoGB

    TheoGB Screenwriter

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    I'd definitely like to see Without A Clue. If it is with MGM then I'm pretty glad as they seem to be good at releasing older films. I don't mind if there aren't any extras. [​IMG]
     
  5. bill lopez

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    Al Pachino's (1980) movie CRUSING. [​IMG]
     
  6. Mark Edward Heuck

    Mark Edward Heuck Screenwriter

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    Hmmm...WITHOUT A CLUE might be a little tied up, as it was an ITC-produced title released by Orion. MGM may still have an option on it, but I think Carlton owns the title now. MGM does now own ROMEO IS BLEEDING as well.

    Meanwhile, some stuff I'd like to see are indies whose original home video distributors have gone belly-up. Any enterprising folk wanna pick these up?

    FRANKENHOOKER

    THE WIZARD OF SPEED AND TIME

    SOMEONE TO LOVE (Alexandre Rockwell film, not Jaglom)

    TILT

    PATHOS (OBSESSION: A TASTE FOR FEAR)

    THE BUTTERFLY BALL

    FANTASTIC ANIMATION FESTIVAL

    I, MONSTER

    MASSACRE AT CENTRAL HIGH
     
  7. David Lambert

    David Lambert Executive Producer

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    Hey, bill...there's no "h" in Pacino. :b
    Just trying to help! [​IMG]
     

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