> Thanks Jessica. I can never figure out why one older title versus
> another makes it onto DVD. The faculty member gave me a list of older
> films and these were the only two not on DVD.
> Eileen Karsten
> Jessica Rosner wrote:
>> VERY unlikely. MARY is owned by WB and they frankly have a lot of stuff
>> backed up this is probably not at the top of the list. JOAN is Columbia
>> and they are VERY slow. Be grateful you can video copies and buy them NOW
>> before they go out of print. This is a reminder NEVER to get rid of VHS
>> until you are SURE you can get a DVD. There are a HUGE number of titles that
>> will NOT get out on DVD anytime soon if at all. I would say at least 1/3rd
>> of the Kino library won't come out on DVD. The more obscure the film the
>> less likely it will come out
>> Dear CW,
>>> A faculty member would like me to purchase the following titles on DVD.
>>> To my knowledge, they are not available in the U.S. on DVD. I have
>>> found VHS copies for sale, but DVD is preferred by the faculty member.
>>> Since they are not needed until September, does anybody know if either
>>> of these titles are scheduled for DVD release in the near future?
>>> *Mary of Scotland *directed by John Ford, starring Katharine Hepburn.
>>> *Saint Joan *directed by Otto Preminger, staring Jean Seberg.
>>> Thank you for any help you can provide.
>>> Eileen Karsten
>>> Head of Technical Services
>>> Lake Forest College
>>> Lake Forest, IL 60045
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