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  1. I could have to take "The Great Caruso"/"Serenade" if i could get them on one disc. I hope we get rescued soon,i can't do without my Mario.
  2. Happy Birthday Mario Lanza, you may be gone but will never to be forgotten and we thank you for the wonderful music that you gave us. Some of the best musicals ever made will never be seen on DVD, if the musical didn't win five or six awards then their forgotten. Musicals are not entertainment any more you only have to watch TV to see what the young people want to see, it's sad very sad. I will always remember people like Ann Miller, Tony Martin(96 and still working) Van Johnson and not to forget Dino and Judy Holliday in "The Bells Are Ringing", there was some of the best music in this m
  3. Thank you for the slip up, i realised that i had missed the "Student Prince" after i had posted. I agree with you the TSP should be among all of his movies. The best thing to do in my opinon is to bring out a boxed set of them all. Mario Lanza really does deserve this after all the these years.
  4. Mario Lanza,Jan 31,1921-Oct 7,1959 This being the 50th year of Mario's passing and concidering the pleasure that he gave the world, i think the best way to say thank you to him would be to put All his Movies on DVD, starting with "The Great Caruso", 'Serenade", "The Seven Hills Of Rome" and "For The First Time". If "the Midnight Kiss/The Toast Of New Orleans" can be released onto DVD why can't the rest off his movies be releases also?..This is the year to say "Thank you Mario Lanza".
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