Miller's Crossing already out?

 
Old 04-25-03, 03:31 PM
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Miller's Crossing already out?

My buddy here in Dallas says he went to Sam's Club today and picked up Miller's Crossing for $13. This DVD isn't scheduled to be released until May 20th. Also, some of you may be able to go to Sam's Club and find Grease in it's amaray case. They are the only place to carry it without it cardboard case.
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Old 04-25-03, 03:33 PM
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Tons of stores put product out early, either through manager ignorance or just a foul up, some stores near where i work put DVDs out sometimes as early as 3 weeks at times.
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Old 04-25-03, 03:47 PM
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Already being discussed here Coen Bros. fans...check DVDBargins forum!

here Barton Fink and Miller's Crossing DVD Now Available!

and here Miller's Crossing and Barton Fink Cover Art

As everyone loves to say here, SEARCH is your friend.

Yes they have Grease in an amaray, I saw it when I bought Saturday Night Fever there last year...in an amaray as well.
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I should have known that here in Dead Moines...the city as dead as roadkill.....there would be no early copies arriving. were so behind the times here, we cant even do something wrong...which would make it right. oh well....guess I'm waiting. congrats to those who found this early treasure.
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gutwrencher: don't bother driving up to Ames, if you were considering that as an option. I just got back and had no luck finding them.
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Originally posted by AndyB976
gutwrencher: don't bother driving up to Ames, if you were considering that as an option. I just got back and had no luck finding them.
Thanks..you read my mind. and WELCOME to the boards, from your neighbor. ISU!!!
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Old 04-25-03, 07:36 PM
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Just tried the Sam's in Peoria, IL. No luck here either. Guess they haven't made their way toward us Illinois/Iowa people.
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Old 04-29-03, 07:13 PM
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I just got back from the Sam's Club in Council Bluffs, Iowa and they had five copies of Barton Fink!!! I was one happy camper since this is my favorite movie of ALL TIME! However, I was sad to find that there were no copies of Miller's Crossing to be found in the store. I plan on going back to the Sam's Club here in Omaha again tomorrow(I checked last Thursday and found nothing) to check for Miller's Crossing.


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p.s. I only picked up one copy of Barton Fink. So if anyone is in the area and wants one they there should be four copies left.
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Old 04-29-03, 08:20 PM
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I went to one of my Sam's Club today in Dallas and they had a boatload of Miller's Crossing and Barton Fink. Both for $13.88. They also had some decent MGM titles for $8.88.
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Old 04-29-03, 09:43 PM
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Originally posted by TheTalkingFish
I plan on going back to the Sam's Club here in Omaha again tomorrow(I checked last Thursday and found nothing) to check for Miller's Crossing.


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ya know, driving there from here in Dead Moines is something I would do for Millers Crossing. but if they get some in Omaha, you think they would slip some this way. let us(me) know. with all the talk about them having it early...it wouldnt surprise me if they yanked 'em all.
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Old 05-01-03, 04:18 PM
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Just checked the Sams Club outside Boulder, CO----

They had tons of copies of both movies at 13.64 a piece! That was enough to make me get a business membership, and pick them up. Just edited my big May 20'th order with DVDEMPIRE, leaving just the 25'th Hour, Adaptation, and Dances With Wolves to look forward to.

Now hopefully I actually use Sams Club again, to make the $30 membership fee worthwhile.

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Anyone know of a place in Toronto that has this in stock?

I can't wait 3 more weeks.
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Old 05-03-03, 04:57 PM
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Yo, brhow:

You're the man! Thanks for posting about the Louisville Sam's Club. Went there today--I live clear in Parker, CO--and found myself copies of my two favorite Coen Bros. films.

THANKS!!!
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