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Thread: Angus on DVD Online Petition: Please sign!

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    Default Angus on DVD Online Petition: Please sign!

    Thanks for all who have signed the petition to release Angus on DVD! We've just passed the 1,000-signature mark. There's still time to add a few more signatures, so please feel free to sign the online petition, whose link is at the end of this post. However, in order to have a complete and valid petition absent of fake or "empty" signatures, PLEASE READ the following pointers when you reach the petition's form:

    1. Type in your FULL NAME!!! No first-name-only (e.g. "John") or even a first name with an initial (e.g. "John C."). In fact, avoid initials altogether.

    2. For the option "Email Address Privacy Option," please select AVAILABLE TO PETITION AUTHOR. This way, I can see your e-mail, which can act as the equivalent of a handwritten signature when the petition is viewed to the powers-that-be. Rest assured that this will not be used for spamming, although you are free to use a less important e-mail address.

    3. Click PREVIEW YOUR SIGNATURE. This will take you to a page that shows your name as it may appear on the petition. Once you're there, click on APPROVE SIGNATURE.

    4. When you're done, make sure that your name appears in the actual petition.

    Thanks for your time! Here is the link:
    http://www.petitiononline.com/Angus95/petition.html

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    Thanks to those who have signed the petition! To date, it is approaching 1,200 signatures! Now, there are many other ways you can help get Angus (1995) on DVD:

    -- (1) SIGN THE PETITION!!! See the post above.

    -- (2) Write emails asking the following companies to consider producing Angus on DVD:

    Anchor Bay Entertainment:
    suggestions@anchorbayent.com

    Home Vision Cinema:
    license@homevision.com

    Also go to the forms in Criterion Collecton's Ask Jon Mulvaney page:
    http://www.criterionco.com/asp/ask_form.asp

    Or the Fantoma website:
    http://www.fantoma.com

    --(3) Failing that, send letters to the following people and companies, so that you can show your interest in seeing Angus on DVD.

    Charles Roven
    c/o Atlas Entertainment
    9200 Sunset Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90069
    United States of America

    New Line Cinema, Inc.
    116 N. Robertson Blvd., Ste. 200
    Los Angeles, CA 90048
    United States of America

    Warner Home Video
    3903 West Olive Avenue, Room 3114
    Burbank, CA 91505

    Patrick Read Johnson, director
    c/o Moonwatcher Inc.
    P.O. Box 430
    Wadsworth, IL 60083

    Thanks for your help!

    http://talbertandowen.home.comcast.net

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    Last week, I sent an e-mail to Home Vision Cinema asking if they would be interested in producing Angus on DVD. I received an email from Home Vision earlier this week simply saying that they do not have the license for the film and have no plans to acquire it.

    Judging from what I've read in other forums, Warner does not license its films to others, so it looks like they (under their subsidary New Line Cinema, which distributed Angus) will be the ones that will have to release the film on DVD. Oh well.

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