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Old 06-08-2016, 02:18 PM   #76
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Viva Villa! (1934)

Wallace Beery plays the Mexican icon in this biopic co-directed by Howard Hawks. Warner Bros. is hunting down scenes that were trimmed after enforcement of the Production Code.




Released by Warner Archive on 5/5/15.







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Five Came Back (1939)

Lucille Ball and a cast of character actor greats crash land in a jungle filled with cannibals in this classic B-movie that is sad shape and has been undergoing restoration for years.




Released by Warner Archive on 6/23/15.







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92 in the Shade (1975)

Thomas McGuane directs this frequently hilarious adaptation of his novel set in Key West, Fla., starring Peter Fonda, Warren Oates and Margo Kidder.

Streaming only.




Scorpion is releasing the DVD on 6/28/16.







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Movie Movie (1978)

Stanley Donen (Singin’ in the Rain) directs this “Grindhouse’’-style tribute to 1930s Warner Bros. films consisting of a boxing movie and a musical, plus trailers, all starring George C. Scott and Art Carney.

Available only as an Amazon digital download.




Scorpion is releasing the Blu-ray and DVD on 6/28/16.
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The Dark (1993 version with Neve Campbell)
I found this DVD on Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/The-Dark/dp/B...=dvdaficionado
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Old 06-23-2016, 02:41 PM   #78
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I found a couple of more not-on-DVD films in my thrift store travels:



Flashpoint Africa (1980)




A black revolutionary group kidnaps a couple of young white women in a southern African state in the 1970s and ask for a specific female reporter to interview them.

Features James Faulkner, Gayle Hunnicutt and Trevor Howard





Gas (1981)




Canadian comedy inspired by the 1979 energy crisis.

Features Susan Anspach, Howie Mandel, Sterling Hayden, Donald Sutherland and Peter Aykroyd
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The Enchanted (1984) Fantasy Horror Mystery

Royce Hagan returns from the sea to claim and inhabit a 2000 acre ranch in one of the last wild places left in central Florida. An old family friend, Booker T Robertson, welcomes him, then warns him not to get "too close" to a strange family living in the woods nearby. Royce falls in love with Twyla, the oldest daughter, and discovers the bizarre secret of the Hole in the Wall and the enchanted people who live there.

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This one has a DVD-R release available through Amazon:
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This one is really good. It's available digitally but not on dvd or bluray.
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I recently checked my not-on-DVD list to see if anything's been released and I found a few that were:



The Velvet Touch (1948)





Released by Warner Archive on 4/7/15.







City on Fire (1979)





Released by Scorpion on 8/23/16.







Drowning by Numbers (1988)





Released by Hen's Tooth on 11/24/15.
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The Moon's Our Home (1936)

Formerly married Henry Fonda and Margaret Sullavan are charming in this screwball comedy directed by the underrated William Seiter.

Is on VHS.




Released DVD-R by Universal Vault Series on 11/18/14







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High, Wide, and Handsome (1937)

Jerome Kern musical set in turn of the 20th century Pennsylvania, starring Irene Dunne and Randolph Scott.




Released DVD-R by Universal Vault Series on 11/18/14







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Deadline U.S.A. (1952)

Humphrey Bogart plays a crusading managing editor whose newspaper may go out of business in the only one of his 1950s movies that’s not on DVD.

Announced by the Fox Cinema Archives last year, it was pulled for rights issues.

Other missing Bogies include The Big Shot (1942), his last gangster film released just ahead of Casablanca.




Released on Blu-ray and DVD by 20th Century Fox on 7/26/16






Released DVD-R by Warner Archive on 3/3/15
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I recently found this in my thrift store travels:


Primal Scream (1987)

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I saw that Mr. Boogedy / Bride of Boogedy is coming to DVD from the Disney Movie Club around August 2015.





Here is the status from the original list as of now:


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The Wild Life (1984)
Queen of Hearts (1989)
Mr. Boogedy (1986)
Treasure Island (1990)
The World's Greatest Sinner (1962)
A New Leaf (1971)
No Holds Barred (1989)



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The Last Movie (1971)
Deadman's Curve (1978)
Captain EO (1986)
Last Summer (1969)
So Big (1953)
Dudes (1987)
Song of the South (1946)
Rad (1986)
The Keep (1983)

Unless you did update this one and I missed it.
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Unless you did update this one and I missed it.
Thanks for the update.

btw, looking back on this thread makes me so pissed off at Photobucket.
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Thanks for the update.

btw, looking back on this thread makes me so pissed off at Photobucket.

I know! Same way I feel when looking at my Movie Release thread.
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I know! Same way I feel when looking at my Movie Release thread.
Also on the Short-lived TV Shows on DVD thread (I added lots of photos on it even though it's not my thread).

I really want to know how many people are paying Photobucket's annual fee in the 100's of dollars to be able to host and share their photos.
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Also on the Short-lived TV Shows on DVD thread (I added lots of photos on it even though it's not my thread).

I really want to know how many people are paying Photobucket's annual fee in the 100's of dollars to be able to host and share their photos.
I can't believe anyone would pay their outrageous fees.
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