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Old 09-16-04, 09:57 PM
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Does anyone have a complete list of CC films on Laserdisc?

I've done a search on this site and a couple others.. But no one seems to have a complete listing on all the Criterion Collection films on Laserdisc.

I will be completing the set of DVD's within the next 4 months and would like to start this set also.

Does anyone know what the chase/htf films are (i know that they all are hard to find now since there is no production period) with this format?

I've seen David Finch's The Game for $130 before.

Thanks for everyone help!

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http://www.criterionco.com/asp/laserdisc_browse.asp
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Jesus, I feel like a complete idiot with not having the complete list with it being right under my noise.


I guess that doesnt answer all my questions... Does anyone have any clue what the HTF ones are.. and maybe some prices.

Thanks,

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Your best bet on compiling a list of HTF ones is to monitor eBay for a bit.

In general, logic applies. The ones that were reissued on DVD are worth less and easy to find. The ones that have shown up on DVD from some other company in a better version (for example, Asphalt Jungle) tend to be worth a bit more, but still aren't 'rare' or expensive. Then you have the others that go for the big bucks.
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robinson crusoe on Mars is very hard to find- and will set you back $175-225
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That seems like a better list than the DVD one. But don't like Terminator 2 more than the original, so what do I know?
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The James Bond CAV Criterion collections were recalled due to some unflattering commentary. Thus, these are probably expensive but Ebay might have it cheaper or your local Goodwill store or flea market.
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Originally posted by EskimoJoe
That seems like a better list than the DVD one.
Yeah, Criterion had it easier in the days of laser disc, because companies were less likely to want to do their own release (especially a special edition release) and, thus, more likely to license the films to Criterion.
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Originally posted by PopcornTreeCt
http://www.criterionco.com/asp/laserdisc_browse.asp
The list is a little bit incomplete and has mixed in some discs that were actually released under the Voyager label, but it's about 95% correct.

Can't recall exactly what the mistakes were right now.
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Lay off the crack man... you're getting hooked!
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The list is a little bit incomplete and has mixed in some discs that were actually released under the Voyager label, but it's about 95% correct.
You might also try the archived Criterion website from 1999, which catalogs the laserdiscs from Criterion and Voyager separately, and also breaks them down by title, director, country, genre, and year.

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