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Roger Vadim's "Et mourir de plaisir" (Blood and Roses): ever?

Old 12-30-05, 10:46 PM
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Roger Vadim's "Et mourir de plaisir" (Blood and Roses): ever?

I dug out my crappy Paramount EP VHS tape of this marvellous 1960 film, and am despairing of ever seeing it appear on DVD. Seeing the rich colors washed out and grainy like this is like seeing the Mona Lisa with a mustache drawn on it. To make matters worse, it seems that the US release is missing seven minutes of footage. Does anyone know anything about this coming to DVD--preferably remastered and restored, OAR, and uncut? I can't believe it's not out in France.

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