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Thu, 3 Apr 2003 13:18:25 -0500
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The earliest release date the IMDb has for John Boorman's _Zardoz_ is February 1974, in the United States, and as such, gives 1974 as the year of release, though the copyright is in 1973.  I'm working on updating my Baum filmography for McFarland (no guarantees, but they are interested), and would really appreciate it if someone could find out for me the exact dates of release for UK, Ireland (the film was an Irish co-production), and USA.

There are others I'd like to find dates of release for as well, so if anyone has a particularly good source they can look them up in or refer me to (besides IMDb, since I'm asking for what no one has yet submitted).  Drive-in fare like _The Wizard of Mars_ and obscure foreign fare might be particularly difficult.  If anyone who does studies of pornography has any familiarity with John Gold's _The Wizard of Ahh's_ (which, from the descriptions I've read, sounds like a XXX remake of _The Wizard of Mars_) could contact me, I would appreciate it.

Scott Andrew Hutchins
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