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Fox "Vote Your Choice" for Blu-rays

Postby pvitari » January 12th, 2013, 1:00 am

From Home Theater Forum:

What Movies do you Want Released on Blu-ray? The Choice is Yours!

We are pleased to be working with Fox on an exciting promotion allowing members of HTF and other consumers the ability to vote for the film they want to see released on Blu-ray from each of the following decades: the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. Fox will release the winning title from each decade on Blu-ray later this year as part of the Fox Studio Classics Blu-ray line.

We can't show you the list of titles on the ballot until this Tuesday the 15th when we open up voting here on this page, but trust us when we say that Fox has done a great job with the ballots as there are a lot of fantastic titles to choose from. Come back next week to check out the list of titles and vote for your favorite in each decade. Then come back every day to vote again and see if your favorite is in the lead.

These blu-rays will be part of the Fox Studio Classics Blu-ray Line that launches on Tuesday with How Green Was My Valley, Titanic ’53, Gentleman’s Agreement, and Wild River.

I know all you SSO folks have lots of 20th-Century Fox favorites so this is your chance to put in your two cents. :)

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Re: Fox "Vote Your Choice" for Blu-rays

Postby pvitari » January 16th, 2013, 12:17 am

OK, so I got the title wrong, it's actually "Voice Your Choice."

The poll is now up and you can vote once a day, so go thou you all and vote... every day if you like!

Here's the link: ... first-time

Here is the list of films (Miss Goddess, take note -- Steamboat Round the Bend is one of the choices)

Jesse James
The Little Princess
Swanee River (recent released on a Fox MOD which from all reviews looks awful -- Fox obviously heard all the criticisms and included this title as a candidate for restoration/Blu-ray release)
Call of the Wild
Steamboat Round the Bend

The Return of Frank James
That Night in Rio
The Black Swan
My Gal Sal Kiss of Death
To the Shores of Tripoli
My Friend Flicka
Crash Drive
Hello, Frisco, Hello
Pin Up Girl
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
Captain From Castile
The Blue Bird
A Letter to Three Wives
Mother Wore Tights

Don’t Bother to Knock
Carmen Jones
Anastasia Black Widow
Broken Lance
Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?
Desk Set
The River’s Edge
The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
Cheaper by the Dozen
On the Riviera
The True Story of Jesse James
The Tall Men
The Best of Everything
The Bravados

From the Terrace
Two for the Road
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
Let’s Make Love
The Agony and the Ecstasy
How to Steal a Million
The Undefeated (Ben Johnson! Please vote for this one) :) :) :) :)
North to Alaska
Do Not Disturb
Back Door to Hell

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Re: Fox "Vote Your Choice" for Blu-rays

Postby MissGoddess » January 16th, 2013, 11:53 am

oh, great! thanks, Paula!
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Re: Fox "Vote Your Choice" for Blu-rays

Postby Sue Sue Applegate » January 17th, 2013, 6:06 pm

I will definitely vote for "The Undefeated!"
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Re: Fox "Vote Your Choice" for Blu-rays

Postby movieman » January 18th, 2013, 4:23 pm

I voted for these:
Nightmare Alley
Where the Sidewalk Ends
The Last Wagon

I voted two titles for the 1940's and two for the 1950's. I wonder if the second vote got registered? It said OK so it should be all right.

Unfortunately I voted for Where the Sidewalk Ends in the 1940s section. Hopefully that doesn't matter.

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