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"Ressel, David Lee" <[log in to unmask]>
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have you tried to license an episode from the off net distributor?  As an
Aaron Spelling Production, I assume those rights would be handled by
Paramount Domestic Television (since they have acquired Worldvision).

If you want to go w/ a less licit means (which I do not condone) there is a
Dynasty Web wring  (try http://stianp.freeservers.com/) that has a forum
(http://members4.boardhost.com/presthus)  where I believe traders might swap
tapes....

Also, I think I have seen some boots in some comic/fan stores...i think the
pilot episode.


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From: BARBARA BAKER [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Monday, October 08, 2001 8:50 AM
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Subject: Re: looking for *dynasty*


Dear Gloria:  You might try EBay or some other auction venue.  That's how
I've gotten some out-of-print videos.  Another idea is to check various
video rental establishments where you are, to see if anyone has a copy (for
rent or purchase).  Or, you could ask your students--sometimes one of my
students has a video of a television show that I don't have.  Good luck.
Barbara Baker, Dept. of Comm.,, CMSU, [log in to unmask]

>>> [log in to unmask] 10/07/01 04:52PM >>>
        I am teaching a course on film&TV of the Eighties.  I put
*Dynasty* on the syllabus and I later found out that it is not
available for purchase, nor is it in syndication.  Does anybody have
a lead?
        Thank you,

        Gloria Monti

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