[Videolib] Any source? "The Sterile Cuckoo"

From: Andrews, Sarah E <sarah-andrews@uiowa.edu>
Date: Tue Sep 22 2009 - 13:38:23 PDT

Or, you could borrow a copy from ILL, and make an in-library-use only copy for study. Right?
Sarah Andrews
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Subject: Re: [Videolib] Any source? "The Sterile Cuckoo"

Really no telling when a studio might release a title from their library but I would not hold your breath as several studios have indicated they will
release fewer 'older" films.

On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 3:02 PM, Marilyn Huntley <mhuntley@hamilton.edu<mailto:mhuntley@hamilton.edu>> wrote:
Our library's VHS tape of The Sterile Cuckoo is missing, and I've been asked to find out whether we can get a DVD to replace it. I suspect there has never been a legitimate release on DVD.

On WorldCat, there are no DVDs listed in any library. Amazon doesn't have anything listed. Neither has eBay. I found "like new" VHS tapes on half.com<http://half.com/> and alibris.com<http://alibris.com/>.

So.... the three DVDs I found on Google Shopping would be bootlegs. Right?

Does anyone have information about a past, present, or future release on DVD? Or is a used VHS tape going to be our only option?

Thanks for any help you can send me.
Marilyn

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