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    Random Poll: Just how big is big momma?


    a) Big momma is so big, she can get group insurance rates.
    b) Big momma is so big, she gets clothes in three sizes: extra large, jumbo and oh-my-god-it's-coming-towards-us!
    c) Big momma is so big, when she gets on the scale it says 'to be continued.'
    d) Actually, big momma is so big, when she gets on the scale it says 'One at a time, please!'
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    [RE: Classic Old Movies - Charles Ratliff 09:57:54 3/11/99 (0)]


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    Submitted by Sean M. Kelly on March 11, 1999 at 11:43:27:
    DVD Title: RE: Classic Old Movies - Charles Ratliff 09:57:54 3/11/99 (0)
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    Additional Comments:

    Charles,
    You have to ask who owns the rights to these old titles though! 20th century fox and paramount and columbia tristar don't have jack for classics. You have to look to someone who specializes in them. Look to Madacy Entertainment. They have been releasing classics one after the next, VERY many now. There are other production houses releasing classics too, but remember that the classics are not going to create the initial market demand to get DVD rolling like the new releases will. The newer titles will continue to spill out until they are all invariably day/date with VHS releases and then the studios will start digging more heavily into their archives. It only makes sense. Patience, my friend. ;^)

    -Sean





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