Which movie deserves a print that doesn't have one?

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ArchibaldTuttle wrote:I've said it elsewhere before, but really want a good 24x36 Neverending Story print.
YES.

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A New Leaf with Walter Matthau and Elaine May by Laurent Durieux or Jonathan Burton

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A few months ago, I would have said Almost Famous, but BNG has that covered in just under 2 weeks, so I'm going to go with Rogue One, Sausage Party (maybe a Whalen?), Cloverfield, Ace Ventura, Dumb & Dumber, and I'd really like a GOOD National Lampoon's Vacation (maybe even Christmas Vacation).
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sidewaysscott wrote:Fletch
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ArchibaldTuttle wrote:
mliddell wrote:And

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As the OP I appreciate the responses, many of which with I can agree. I find it striking that most movies mentioned are after the 70s. What about pre 1970s? I saw Rebecca which I certainly applaud as that is a Hitchcock classic. It would seem fitting that Durieux would make a wonderful print for that although I personally get discouraged that his editions continue to grow in numbers with so many different variant editions (i.e. Gone with the Wind). Still he would be the man. But I would like to inquire about some other pre 70 movies.

Nautilus Prints have done four Chaplin movies so far. I believe that Modern Times is next, but would love to see City Lights and A Dog's Life. What about the Marx Brothers Duck Soup or A Night at the Opera?

Have yet to seen a decent Citizen Kane (nice to see that an artist like Sperry attempted).

Ben-Hur?
Harvey?
12 Angry Men?
Once Upon a Time in the West?
Public Enemy (Cagney)?

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And one must also mention the lack of prints for John Wayne movies, many to mention, The Man Who Shot Liberty Vance, The Searchers, Stagecoach, Rio Bravo, etc.

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Think one poster oughta cover every John Wayne flick. Suppose The Quiet Man could use its own- maybe the Duke in a bar fight with a box of Lucky Charms.
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