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Old 02-16-05, 11:27 AM
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Specialize in OOP titles?

Can anyone recommend an online vendor that specializes in OOP titles?

I'm desperately trying to find "The Midnight Hour" and was just recently burned on Ebay for a bootleg...not even a bootleg of the dvd...someone copied the film from VHS and made up their own "menu".

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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BestPrices.com doesn't have it, but they still list it, maybe worthwhile to have them notify if it were to ever come in stock (you could get lucky..)

Djangos.com also will notify you if they get it in stock (they may suck as a retailer, but if someone sells it to one of their stores and they list it, you may get really lucky)..

amazon used and half.com are way expensive..
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How bad do you want it? Amazon has 3 copies of it on their marketplace. The lowest price is $159. All 3 are listed as new.
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Thanks for all the suggestions.

Originally Posted by jaelliot
How bad do you want it? Amazon has 3 copies of it on their marketplace. The lowest price is $159. All 3 are listed as new.
Actually, Amazon marketplace now has one for $127.95. Still, I just can't force myself to pay that much for a single, bare-bones dvd release.

Here's hoping Anchor Bay (or whoever now holds the rights) re-releases this title someday...

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