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40 films I think should be on DVD, but am not expecting to see in that format any time soon, if ever (no particular order)...

La Rupture (Claude Chabrol, 1970)
The Marvelous Land of Oz (John Clark Donahue, John Driver, 1981)
King Lear (Jean-Luc Godard, 1987)
The Hidan of Maukbeaingjow (Lee Jones, Don Elkins, Carla Rueckert, 1973)
Week End (Jean-Luc Godard, 1967)
Alice in Wonderland (John Clark Donahue, John Driver, 1982)
The Red Shoes (John Clark Donahue, John Driver, 1983)
Un Chien Andalou/L'Age d'Or/Las Hurdes (Luis Buñuel, 1929-1930)
L'Argent (Robert Bresson, 1983)
Matango (Ishiro Honda, 1963)
Sasameyuki (Kon Ichikawa, 1983)
Dirty Dingus Magee (Burt Kennedy, 1970)
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Tom Stoppard, 1990)
The Last Egyptian (L. Frank Baum, 1915)
Dangerous Females (William Watson, 1929)
Blackmail (Alfred Hitchcock, 1929)
Tanin no Kao (Hiroshi Teshigahara, 1966)
Unicorn Tales (Nick De Noia, 1977-78)
Nosutoradamusu no Daiyogen (Toshio Masuda, 1974)
Aysecik ve Sihirli Cüceler Rüyalar Ulkesinde (Tunç Basaran, 1971)
The Dumb Waiter (Robert Altman, 1987)
The Wizard of Speed and Time (Mike Jittlov, 1988)
Crime Wave (John Paizs, 1985)
Cold Turkey (Norman Lear, 1971)
Fitzwilly (Delbert Mann, 1967)
The Runestone (Willard Carroll, 1990)
Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (Anthony Hickox, 1989) 
Yume (Akira Kurosawa, 1990)
Volshebnik Izumrudnogo Goroda (Pavel Arsenov, 1994)
Kamillions (Mikel B. Anderson, 1991)
Alone in the T-Shirt Zone (Mikel B. Anderson, 1986)
After Hours (Martin Scorsese, 1985)
Hi no Tori (Kon Ichikawa, 1978)
Delicatessen (Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Marc Caro, 1991)
Wild at Heart (David Lynch, 1988)
Four Flies on Grey Velvet (Dario Argento, 1971)
Brewster McCloud (Robert Altman, 1970)
Ikiru (Akira Kurosawa, 1952)
Gojira tai Hedora (Yoshimitsu Banno, 1971)
Lunatics, a Love Story (Josh Becker, 1991)

and all the films of Stephen Weeks and Harry Smith

Will we ever see Robert Altman's _H.E.A.L.T.H._ in any format?

 
Scott Andrew Hutchins  
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