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Titles By Participating Studios Not On D2D

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    #16
    Re: Titles By Participating Studios Not On D2D

    Almost zero MGM titles are D2D, same for Star Wars and the Weinstein Company, so they were unlikely choices. As you can see from the lists I dropped - I chose the heaviest D2D studios.

    Some of the titles listed above ("Bus Stop") are actually D2D. Some are not available for purchase ("My Fair Lady"), so less likely to be D2D

    Also, if a title isn't currently UV, there's little chance it will be D2D, so those were left off ("Hellraiser 3," for example)

    Getting UV rights to many of these "UV Studios" titles is another issue (hopefully, as they're assigned UV rights, they'll also be made D2D-able).

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      #17
      Re: Titles By Participating Studios Not On D2D

      As much as I love D2D, I would be happy if they just UV enabled all of the titles. My family members and I would appreciate being able to share everything in our collections, and I would feel more secure in the (relative) permanence of my collection as well.

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        #18
        Re: Titles By Participating Studios Not On D2D

        Agreed - if we can get the big UV studios to get their entire catalogs in UV ... that alone would be a boon. THEN, make them D2D-eligible; even better for those of us with large physical disc collections who appreciate VUDU streaming/sharing.

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          #19
          Re: (1657) Warner Titles are D2D - Only (163) are Not - Here's a List

          Originally posted by Rex Strother View Post
          Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3 (1990)
          Texas Chainsaw 3 used to be D2d. (in SD only)

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            #20
            Re: (216) New Line Cinema Titles are D2D - Only (5) Are Not - Here's a List

            Originally posted by Rex Strother View Post
            Highway (2001)
            Rumble in the Bronx (1996)
            Surviving the Game (1994)
            Uncle P (2007)
            Wedding Crashers (Uncorked Edition) (2005)
            rumble, wedding crashers, and surviving the game were d2d at one point

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