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3 Wishes (Patrick Swayze) Disappearing from Library

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    3 Wishes (Patrick Swayze) Disappearing from Library

    I was shocked to find that this movie, which was UV enabled, no longer shows up in my collection. I understand why it's no longer for sale as a digital download, however I was assured that no movie I previously purchased would disappear from my library. In the case of the Fantastic Four films, I could still watch those films even when those titles were no longer for sale. What gives?

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    Re: 3 Wishes (Patrick Swayze) Disappearing from Library

    As far as I can tell VUDU has never offered this movie.

    edit: I double checked our database, it has never been available for streaming in any way on VUDU. Maybe it was added to UV via another service?
    Last edited by Jake; 09-11-2015, 04:23 PM.

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      Re: 3 Wishes (Patrick Swayze) Disappearing from Library

      Hopefully someone can back me up on this. I'm very certain that I used to have this. The movie is even mentioned in a previous thread as being d2d eligible. I no longer have the disc so I can't check.

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        Re: 3 Wishes (Patrick Swayze) Disappearing from Library

        Originally posted by IPhoneUser View Post
        Hopefully someone can back me up on this. I'm very certain that I used to have this. The movie is even mentioned in a previous thread as being d2d eligible. I no longer have the disc so I can't check.
        Check your UV library, if it is in there then you did put it up with one of the services, but to the best of my knowledge since I have been checking on that one since 2012, it has not been available for D2D or sale on VUDU.

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          Re: 3 Wishes (Patrick Swayze) Disappearing from Library

          Originally posted by IPhoneUser View Post
          Hopefully someone can back me up on this. I'm very certain that I used to have this. The movie is even mentioned in a previous thread as being d2d eligible. I no longer have the disc so I can't check.
          I'm not finding a thread like that; the only thread besides this one that I found containing "3 Wishes" or "Three Wishes" (just in case) was a Title Request. Can you link to the thread? Maybe that would help clear this up.

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            Re: 3 Wishes (Patrick Swayze) Disappearing from Library

            Originally posted by IPhoneUser View Post
            I was shocked to find that this movie, which was UV enabled, no longer shows up in my collection. I understand why it's no longer for sale as a digital download, however I was assured that no movie I previously purchased would disappear from my library. In the case of the Fantastic Four films, I could still watch those films even when those titles were no longer for sale. What gives?
            Relink your UV and Vudu accounts. Looks like the link between them is invalid and the token has expired. That might help resolve your issue.

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              Re: 3 Wishes (Patrick Swayze) Disappearing from Library

              That movie isn't available anywhere to stream.

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                Re: 3 Wishes (Patrick Swayze) Disappearing from Library

                When I first saw this topic I thought for sure I had this as well. However, tracking in my My Movies database indicated otherwise, and I don't believe any other of my HBO Films titles are available on Ultraviolet either.

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                  Re: 3 Wishes (Patrick Swayze) Disappearing from Library

                  Originally posted by lostinva View Post
                  When I first saw this topic I thought for sure I had this as well. However, tracking in my My Movies database indicated otherwise, and I don't believe any other of my HBO Films titles are available on Ultraviolet either.
                  This is very strange as I recall seeing the movie in my library quite clearly with its distinctive cover art and can't think of any other title I could have confused it for. The title does not show up in my UV library, which would be reason for me to question my sanity, except that Amazon has a 3 Wishes page (reserved for digital downloads) with a disclaimer saying that the film is not available at this time. The fact that Amazon even has a page with that disclaimer means it was probably available as a digital download at one time (The option is usually not select-able if no digital copy is provided). Has there ever been an instance where UV has dropped it's support for a particular title? If this is not the case, then I apologize for unnecessarily stirring the pot. Either way, I'm dumbfounded.

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