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This fabulous film that I have waited to see for so long has finally aired on epx1e(i think that is the right channel- on Dish Network) and is being screened again on Tuesday 11/16. I have requested it on TCM numerous times to no avail and was thrilled when I happened on it the other day on a satellite channel where classics are rapidly becoming the norm on schedules.

A New Leaf was directed by Elaine May who also stars in it with Walter Matthau as a gold digger who marries a wealthy, bookish botanist. It is a funny and touching story which has great locations and is extremely entertaining with a good twist. Enjoy

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> {quote:title=ditto1 wrote:}{quote}

> This fabulous film that I have waited to see for so long has finally aired on epx1e(i think that is the right channel- on Dish Network) and is being screened again on Tuesday 11/16. I have requested it on TCM numerous times to no avail and was thrilled when I happened on it the other day on a satellite channel where classics are rapidly becoming the norm on schedules.

> A New Leaf was directed by Elaine May who also stars in it with Walter Matthau as a gold digger who marries a wealthy, bookish botanist. It is a funny and touching story which has great locations and is extremely entertaining with a good twist. Enjoy

 

Does anyone know if this movie is available on dvd or even vhs? I read about it a long time ago and would love to see it,

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> Does anyone know if this movie is available on dvd or even vhs? I read about it a long time ago and would love to see it,

 

I think it was out on VHS, and the only DVDs I've seen have been poor quality... bootleg perhaps?

 

This was a family favorite when I was growing up and I've been on the lookout for it on DVD for my brother who desperately wants it. I stumbled across it broadcast on TV maybe 4-5 years ago (channel?) and still really enjoyed it. Too bad I hadn't a DVR at the time, although I don't think I would have savored editing out commercials.

 

Everyone I know who's seen it likes it a lot, c'mon TCM!!!

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