So how much do video rarities like Hi no Tori/The Phoenix (Kon Ichikawa,
1978), The War in Space (Jun Fukuda, 1977), and Kamillions (Mikel B.
Anderson, 1989) go for?
On Thu, 28 May 1998, Kino International Corporation wrote:
> Actually they were released from 73-75. The videos were released about a
> year or two later . They are VERY RARE. They are basically the most
> exspensive out of print videos aroung. an Unopened copy of THE ICEMAN
> COMETH was sold to the director for $1500 and most tapes in the series now
> sell for $500 or more.
> You can usually get them from Video Oyster at 212-989-3300 a company which
> specializes in out of print videos ( Legal Copies only)
> Hope this helps
> Jessica Rosner
> Kino International Corporation
> 333 W. 39th St. Suite 503
> New York, NY 10018
> fax: (212)714-0871
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