THE PRECODE HOLLYWOOD COLLECTION
Set includes TWO Cary movies never before
available on DVD:
"HOT SATURDAY" &
"MERRILY WE GO TO HELL"
The Cheat / Merrily We Go to
Hell / Hot Saturday / Torch Singer / Murder at the Vanities / Search for
Warner Brothers has opened their archives
SIX Cary Grant movies are now available for purchase!
any movie you cannot find commercially:
Note: These movies are NOT commercial
releases and have never, to my knowledge, been released commercially. The quality of sound and picture varies from great to not great at
all. BUT these are, to date, the best quality of these rare movies that I've found.
message from Cheryl: "I have thought about it for
a while and have finally come to a decision. I know that all of us will
miss Bruce and his generous nature in making sure that Cary movies stay
alive by ensuring that everyone who wanted copies could get them at a
If anyone is interested, I will attempt to provide the same service, at
least for a while. I have all of the hard-to-find movies (on VHS
and DVD-R). I also have a wide variety of miscellaneous Cary
Grant bits and pieces. The cost is $12 for either one - which includes
to Bruce Rudesill
years ago, I was very blessed to discover Bruce,
A gentleman whose love of classic movies outshone my own.
As a service to those of us who desired long-lost Cary Grant
He was willing to share his collection;
Thrilled that these movies would live on,
And be enjoyed in private video libraries of movie lovers.
Bruce was my hero.
For years he
supplied so many of you with long lost films. Some of the people
I sent to him had deep sentimental attachments to the films they
were seeking. They would have paid anything just to get
their hands on a beloved, lost film. Bruce could have
fleeced them good. He never did. He charged barely
enough to cover the cost of the tape, envelope & postage.
Certainly not enough for the trouble it took him to locate the
film and copy it. Bruce told me many years ago that his
purpose was to get these old films out to as many collectors and
fans as possible. "The more hands these rare films are in,
the less chance there is that they'll be lost forever." It
was never about the money. He was practicing his own
brand of film preservation.
The world is a better place because Bruce
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