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What Movies Would You Buy In A Minute That Are Not Out Yet On DVD?


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SING BABY SING (1936)

RAMONA (1936)

TO MARY WITH LOVE (1936)

IT HAD TO HAPPEN (1936)

WAKE UP AND LIVE (1937)

ALWAYS GOODBYE (1938)

SUEZ (1938)

WIFE HUSBAND AND FRIEND (1939)

HOTEL FOR WOMEN (1939)

SWANEE RIVER (1939)

CHAD HANNA (1940)

MAN HUNT (1941)

CONFIRM OR DENY (1941)

THE MAGNIFICENT DOPE (1942)

GIRL TROUBLE (1942)

LIFE BEGINS AT 8:30 (1942)

HEAVEN CAN WAIT (1943)

WILSON (1944)

CENTENNIAL SUMMER (1946)

FOREVER AMBER (1947)

THE FOXES OF HARROW (1948)

THE WALLS OF JERICHO (1948)

EVERYBODY DOES IT (1949)

TWO FLAGS WEST (1950)

THE THIRTEENTH LETTER (1951)

JOURNEY INTO LIGHT (1951)

WAIT TILL THE SUN SHINES NELLIE (1952)

NIGHT WITHOUT SLEEP (1952)

THE PRESIDENT'S LADY (1953)

THE GUY WHO CAME BACK (1951)

 

That's just for starters . . .

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Lili

Five Graves to Cairo

What's So Bad About Feeling Good

Goodbye Charlie

A New Leaf

 

 

 

I'll just jump in with TV in case anyone's listening:

 

The rest of Animaniacs

The rest of Bob Newhart SHow

Carol Burnett SHow

What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown

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Well, for TV shows I believe they have only released the first 4 seasons of LAVERNE AND SHIRLEY. Where is the rest of the series?

 

I remember some years ago I asked about this at Wal-Mart or someplace. The kid went to look it up on the computer and said, "How do you spell that???" I thought Oh no....

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Close Harmony (1929) - supposed to be a very good early talkie musical

Follow Thru (1930) - same as above

Paramount on Parade - the entire thing restored - (1930)

Wolf of Wall Street (1929)

Greene and Benson Murder Cases (1930?) - William Powell as Philo Vance in both films

Female on the Beach

Life of Riley

Peacock Alley (1930) - Mae Murray talkie

Saturday Night Kid (1929)

a DVD of the surviving Pathe early talkie musical comedy shorts

J.T. - 1969 - made for TV movie

Legend in Granite - 1973 - Made for TV movie about Vince Lombardi

The Ghost of Flight 401 - 1978 - Made for TV movie

1929 version of The Desert Song - in whatever state it is in

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calvinnme said,

 

> Peacock Alley (1930) - Mae Murray talkie

 

I would rather see the original 1922 Silent version of *PEACOCK ALLEY* which also Starred Mae Murray at the height of her career. At the time she was considered the screen's most glamorous Star. Unfortunately, I don't know for sure if that version still exists or not? I can say that a bunch of rare Mae Murray features from the early 20's are part of the Gosfilmofond Russian Archive collection.

 

Murray was a huge Star long before Starring in Von Stroheim's THE MERRY WIDOW with John Gilbert in 1925. Just released by Warner Archive I'm much more interested with getting some of Colleen Moore's restored films on DVD and TCM, than I am Mae Murray's.

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Behind the Scenes (1914)

Tess of the Storm Country (1914)

Chimmie Fadden Out West (1915)

The Heart of Nora Flynn (1916)

The Golden Fetter (1917)

The Haunted Pajamas (1917)

A Tale of Two Cities (1917)

Till I Come Back to You (1918)

For Better, for Worse (1919)

Conrad in Quest of His Youth (1920)

Something to Think About (1920)

Saturday Night (1922)

The World's Champion (1922)

Secrets (1924)

Wine of Youth (1924)

A Kiss for Cinderella (1925)

Learning to Love (1925)

The Canadian (1926)

So This is Paris (1926)

Upstream (1927)

Lonesome (1928)

Broadway (1929)

The Shakedown (1929)

The King of Jazz (1930)

Viennese Nights (1930)

Over the Hill (1931)

Jimmy and Sally (1933)

Sailor's Luck (1933)

These Three (1936)

Nothing Sacred (1937)--restored version

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

> Beyond the Forest

 

YES!! and also Red Dust, The Duchess of Buffalo, Dulcey (silents featuring Constance Talmadge) and a Jean Gabin set (including Martin Roumagnac ) w/ English subtitles. {I realize I am almost as obsessed with that one as some people are w/ Mata Hari...}

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I agree with you about the Garfield Box set. Maybe some younger folks will rediscover him instead of just linking the name with our furry feline friend-who I also love.

 

Johnny Yuma was the lead, not title, character of The Rebel. Maybe you can find it on You Tube or another such site. If you go to *www.highwaypatrol.com* you can see most of the episodes. They're on THIS at 5:00 AM EST Tuesdays through Fridays. Hope this helps

 

Edited by: wouldbestar on Mar 23, 2011 8:36 PM

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Just saw a couple of really rare Marion Davies features from 1924 and 1925 respectively. JANICE MEREDITH and ZANDER THE GREAT. The former is an incredibly extravagant epic of the American Revolution. With staggering sets, costume's and epic battle scenes. The later is sort of a Western at least in the second half of the story, and the Climax is really action packed. This film established Marion as a top draw at MGM. Both pictures Co-Star the forgotten Harrison Ford. These are two films I didn't mention before, but both of them seem to survive in pretty nice condition. Would love to see them restored and well scored.

 

Marion has so many superb features that have been little seen. I still would prefer LIGHTS OF OLD BROADWAY partly because of it's historical context and the Technicolor sequences. Ditto for BEVERLY OF GRAUSTRAK Davies biggest Silent Money-Maker at MGM. But certainly if TCM or Warner Archive were to give us either of the other two, I would be very excited.

 

A Box set of Marion's rarely seen Silents from Warner Home Video, Including TILLIE THE TOILER, THE FAIR CO-ED, and THE CARDBOARD LOVER, will probably never happen, but we can dream.

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