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We’ve got some more release news for you today...

First up, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment’s Cinema Archives vault and MGM’s Limited Edition Collection have just made another great batch of deep catalog titles available for MOD DVD release (starting today), including Mr. Moto Takes a Chance (1938), The Iron Curtain (1948), Blue Denim (1959), These Thousand Hills (1959), Revolt of the Slaves (1960), Danger Has Two Faces (1966), The Legend of Custer (1968), Foxfire Light (1983), Joshua Then and Now (1985), The Power of One (1992), American Friends (1993), Made in America (1993), That Night (1993), Final Combination (1994), The New Age (1994), Second Best (1994), Carpool (1996), Sunchaser (1996), Breaking Up (1997), and Goodbye Lover (1998). You can find them for sale online via Amazon.com, Screen Archives, TCM, and other media retailers.  [Read on here…]

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