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 Posted: Sun May 3rd, 2009 03:24 am
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Couple of movies I have been looking for DVD and haven't been able to find are "Freebie & The Bean" and "The Flim-Flam Man".

I'd also love to see the Johnny Cash and Tom Jones television shows from the early 70s released on DVD, mainly for the guest stars that they dueted with.



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diamondmd wrote:

I'd also love to see the Johnny Cash and Tom Jones television shows from the early 70s released on DVD, mainly for the guest stars that they dueted with.

The Tom Jones and the Johnny Cash shows are out there. 



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WongLee wrote: The Jericho Mile - Fucking incredible prison movie with Peter Strauss.

Totally agree on this. I love this movie. A&E used to show it a lot back in the day but I've never seen it anywhere else.

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Carny (1980)

Gary Busey, Robbie Robertson and Jodie Foster play carnival workers. 

 

Robbie Robertson is Patch, a carny veteran whose de facto partner is the leering, cruel Frankie (Gary Busey), an abusive clown, and the film lingers on the tawdry and menacing world behind the carny's garish public spaces. When the young, self-confident Donna (Foster) shows up and joins the troupe, the bonds between Patch and Frankie are strained. Donna's walk on the wild side brings her in intimate, sometimes dangerous proximity to the freaks and lowlifes that populate this world, which the writers and director Robert Kaylor savor for its atmosphere of outsider surrealism.


I liked this movie. 

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Actually, Freebie and The Bean is being set to be released soon!

 

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"Echoes of a Somber Empire," a documentary that German filmmaker Werner Herzog did about 1970s African dictator Jean-Bedel Bokassa. I'd love to see it, but it's not out.

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