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  05-28-2012, 01:54 AM
 
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Though still new and you cannot find it just by going to Amazon, the link below will bring you to the new store front they set up strictly for any mod/bod (burn on demand) releases from whatever studios--Cheers

http://www.amazon.com/l/3463662011?t...reservation-20
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This is great!
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oooh this could be trouble...nice ..thanks
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it should also be noted that Fox is now finally going to enter the MOD field. Pretty much this means all major studios are doing MOD films

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When Fox began distributing the MGM Limited Edition Collection in 2012, it seemed likely that Fox would eventually follow with its own manufacture-on-demand program. The Fox Cinema Archives, as it's called, is finally arriving sometimes this month, with three titles already available for pre-order at Amazon for $19.98 apiece: Rouben Mamoulian's romantic comedy "Rings on Her Fingers'' (1942) starring Gene Tierney and Henry Fonda; Irving Cumming's Technicolored Betty Grable musical "Sweet Rosie O'Grady'' (1943) with Robert Young; and Henry Hathaway's thriller "Diplomatic Courier'' (1951) starring Tyrone Power and Patricia Neal.

Other titles said to be included in the program's first wave include John M. Stahl's costume adventure "The Foxes of Harrow'' (1947) starring Rex Harrison and Maureen O'Hara; Arthur Pierson's "Dangerous Years'' (1947) with Billy Halop, Scotty Beckett, and Marilyn Monroe in a bit part; Ray McCarey's "The Perfect Snob,'' a delightfully obscure 1941 comedy starring Charlie Ruggles and Charlotte Greenwood; Hugo Fregonese's "The Raid'' (1954) with Van Heflin, Lee Marvin, Richard Boone and Anne Bancroft; and Edward L. Cahn's thriller "Twelve Hours to Kill'' (1960) with Sypros Skouras protege Nicos Minardos and Barbara Eden.

I'm told that a second wave of titles will arrive in late July/early August, with Fox shooting for around 150 MOD titles by year's end. Given that the MGM titles are already there, I wouldn't be surprised if the Fox Cinema Archives titles were eventually available also at the Warner Archives website.

Amazon and its CreateSpace subsidiary have created a new Never on DVD page to collect its MOD offerings from Warner, MGM, Universal, Disney and now Fox. That leaves Paramount as the only one of the heritage studios without a manufactured-on-demand program.

Paramount has instead aggressively licensed its back catalogue to specialty distributor Olive Films, which is now apparently offering all of these titles on both the Blu-ray and pressed DVD formats. Olive's latest announcements, for Aug. 21, are Leo McCarey's notorious anti-communist drama "My Son John'' (1951) with Helen Hayes, and in his final performance, Robert Walker; Mitchell Leisen's adventure "Captain Carey, USA" (1950) starring Alan Ladd; and from Paramount's vast Republic holdings, Don Siegel's "Private Hell 36'' (1954) with Ida Lupino and Howard Duff, and Raoul Walsh's noir western "Pursued'' (1947) starring Robert Mitchum and Teresa Wright.
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http://www.nypost.com/p/blogs/movies...uImBWmB3tEhy8M
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Added a quote to the important part of the article.

Looks like old B&W movies for now. A good start, yes. But I'm always looking forward to cartoons and TV show. Maybe the rights for Batman 1966 will finally be resolved? (Then again, can't say I really care, since I have the 29-disc homemade set from Canadian broadcasts. Unless an MOD version had lots of neat bonuses!)
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That is good news to hear.
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Has anyone purchased one of these sets before?

What is the quality of them? Does it literally comes on Printed-On DVDR?

If so do they use good media?

Thanks for the info!

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Does it literally comes on Printed-On DVDR?
In the case of Amazon MOD, yes. I bought "The Amanda Show" and it has a printed top with a purple data side.
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