I still haven't located a copy of "Price of Freedom," which is what I want above all else in this world (seriously), but I the somewhat silly Timeless TV program where my guy gets killed off right off the bat and the woman professor writes an incredibly poor substitute for his most famous letter is now easy to buy on DVD at Amazon. That's relatively new as I'd been casing YouTube trying to find it.
Post by loucapitano on Apr 17, 2018 12:41:36 GMT -5
You might find it easier to locate a "Chaluppas at the Alamo" episode than get a copy of "Price of Freedom. I'm a little surprised some enterprising deviant hasn't bootlagged a copy and put it on Netflicks. I just hope sooner or later, the producers will release a DVD version, once the IMAX has run it's course. But I won't hold my breath. Until then, it will be more innane shows like Timeless that play so fast and loose with History, it's no wonder some people think the Gettysburg address was Lincoln's suite at Ford's Theater. It's been a long time... Lou from Long Island
Post by mjbrathwaite on Apr 17, 2018 21:26:11 GMT -5
We seem to have the forum to ourselves again, Lou! I check for new posts every day, but if there aren't any, I don't bother to log in. I don't think "Price of freedom" has been shown in New Zealand yet, although I may be wrong. I don't have cable, but I keep an eye on the listings in our TV guide. I've just got the DVD of the most recent film of "The Alamo". I got the video when it first came out, and put it on DVD from TV when it was shown here (in the middle of the night!), but now I've got the deleted scenes as well. The TV people here must think the generation who saw the Fess Parker film (We didn't have TV in New Zealand in 1955, but the film was a big hit here.) are all dead. In the 1970s, the John Wayne version was always shown in prime time on Saturday nights. Michael.