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Michael Elliott
03-08-2003, 04:26 PM
I will trade these for DVDs or I'll sell them. I'm not really sure how much videos are worth so you can just make me an offer. Here's what I've got left:

CLASSIC HORROR

Black Castle (Karloff)
*Farmer's Wife (silent, Hitchcock)
Dracula (Spanish)
Dracula (Lugosi)
The Raven
The Climax (Karloff)
Spooks Run Wild (Lugosi)
Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man
Dance of Death (Karloff/Jack Hill mexican)
Trouble With Harry (Hitchcock)
*Sinister Invasion (Karloff/Hill mexican)
*Die Monster Die (Karloff)
Wolf Man (Chaney Jr.)
It Came From Beneath the Sea
The Black Cat (Karloff/Lugosi)
*Invisible Ghost (Lugosi)
*Juno and the Paycock (Hitchcock, silent)
*Zombi (Argento cut of DAWN OF THE DEAD)
Son of Frankenstein (Karloff/Lugosi)
Murders in the Rue Morgue (Lugosi)
*Curse of the Crimson Altar (Lee/Karloff)
Son of Dracula
One Body Too Many (Lugosi)
The Gold Rush (Chaplin)
The Bride of Frankenstein
House of Frankenstein
House of Dracula
Cauldron of Blood (Karloff)
The Body Snatcher (Karloff/Lugosi)
Werewolf of London
Ghosts on the Loose (Lugosi)
Bowery at Midnight (Lugosi)


Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Death Wish
Death Wish 2
Death Wish 4
Mean Streets (Scorsese/DeNiro)
Who's That Knocking On My Door (Scorsese/Keitel debut)
On Golden Pond (Henry Fonda)
Field of Dreams
Nobody's Fool (Newman)
Up in Smoke
My Cousin Vinny
Waynes World
Young Lions (Marlon Brando)
A Night to Remember (titanic film)
Hud (Paul Newman)
Private Parts
Chasing Amy


RARE STUFF

THE NIGHTMARE---1975 television movie with Alice Cooper and Vincent Price doing a theatrical version of "Welcome to My Nightmare". Never officially released. Would like to get at least 1 DVD for this one.

THE UNKNOWN---1927 Lon Chaney/Tod Browning classic. Would like at least 1 DVD.



*Titles are from Sinister Cinema and have no artwork. Everything else is store bought. THE NIGHTMARE and THE UNKNOWN are from online dealers as well so there's no artwork.

Lil' Spanky
03-08-2003, 04:39 PM
Black Castle (Karloff)
Dracula (Spanish)
Murders in the Rue Morgue (Lugosi)
Werewolf of London


THE NIGHTMARE---1975 television movie with Alice Cooper and Vincent Price doing a theatrical version of "Welcome to My Nightmare". Never officially released. Would like to get at least 1 DVD for this one.

THE UNKNOWN---1927 Lon Chaney/Tod Browning classic. Would like at least 1 DVD.

How much do you want for all of this? PM me

Lil' Spanky
03-08-2003, 04:42 PM
For THE NIGHTMARE and THE UNKNOWN; I will give you:

Roan's King of the Zombies/Revolt of the Zombies DOUBLE BILL
Stephen King's Rose Red
How The Grinch Stole Christmas
AND These 2 WWE DVDS: nWo Back in Black and WRESTLEMANIA 16

For the other tapes I will give you 20 bucks. If you are not interested in the deal I listed above; I am sure we can work something out :)

Travis Sheldon
03-08-2003, 09:34 PM
Michael, you said "The Nightmare" was never officially released.
What version do you have?
Mine is a Warner release in clamshell.

Lil' Spanky
03-08-2003, 09:51 PM
Michael; check your PM box; I sent you my shipping adress and when I can send the 2 DVDS and the money out; plz reply :)

Michael Elliott
03-09-2003, 07:20 AM
Originally posted by Travis Sheldon
Michael, you said "The Nightmare" was never officially released.
What version do you have?
Mine is a Warner release in clamshell.

You have a cut version, which really isn't "The Nightmare". The original NBC version has an extra few scenes and Price has an additional scene. The Warner VHS is cut as was there GOOD TO SEE YOU AGAIN ALICE COOPER from 1973. These two will NEVER be released because some of the footage is screwed up in legal issues.

My copy of the original THE NIGHTMARE came from the master tape of Brian Renfield, Alice Cooper's personal assistant from the past 25 years.

Travis Sheldon
03-09-2003, 08:16 AM
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Michael Elliott
[B]You have a cut version, which really isn't "The Nightmare". The original NBC version has an extra few scenes and Price has an additional scene. The Warner VHS is cut as was there GOOD TO SEE YOU AGAIN ALICE COOPER from 1973. These two will NEVER be released because some of the footage is screwed up in legal issues.

For some reason I was thinking that ABC had originally shown some footage of Alice performing in different clips before the "In Concert" special officially started, since I thought the footage was unrelated I never pursued the bootleg. I was unaware Price was featured in more scenes.