The Golden Age of Hollywood

Hey everyone,

I've been on a bit of an out of print DVD/ video search rampage for a few seemingly non-existent films and was wondering if anyone can help me. Actually, 2 of them I found, but they were selling for 19.95, and for films which you know will be video quality or cheap bootleg burns - well, that just seems a bit too much; though I'm probably just being picky....

I've searched a whole lot of classics sites and in short, I would like to know if anyone either has these titles that I might buy them, or otherwise do a swap; or let me know if you have found them on a site I haven't yet visited!

The titles are: The Girl in White, Remains to Be Seen, Too Young To Kiss and High Barbaree. All are June Allyson classics. I'm going through a bit of a phase at the moment.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

film_eccentrik ^_^

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If you subscribe to Classic Images, (a must of film buffs) there are scores of bootleg dealers there.

Hope this helps.

Sometimes Netflix will have things you can see online that aren't out on DVD.

And be picky. Picture and sound quality make a difference!

Since I've got the chance here, if anyone knows how to find a copy of Sidney Poitier's film Brother John, please let me know. In a segment on Poitier on TCM, several prominent black actors said that it was his best film.

Good luck with your quest. Sorry I couldn't be of more help, but the Netflix lead may just bear fruit. I certainly hope you find those films.

Thanks, I'll have a look ^_^

And yes, feel free to use this as a sounding board for hard to find dvds


I'm looking to replace my VHS of The Perfect Marriage (David Niven and Loretta Young) with a DVD, since I no longer have a VHS player. I also posted this in the Movie Trading Post group, in case any of those members are still around.

Have a look on YouTube if you don't see the whole film you sometimes get the trailer and clips, here's the link for High barbaree:



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