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I've Lived Before(1956)

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  • I've lived before

    • Glenda Hunnell
    • 8/24/13

    I saw this movie when I was a very young girl and due to some bad unexpected weather never got to see it to the end and it has bothered me ever since. That was about 50 years ago and I would so to have the opportunity to see this movie as I have always want to so bad. Sure would love love love to see it.

  • A Film Fondly Remembered

    • Jim McJames
    • 8/22/13

    I've only been fortunate to see this movie once and it was way back in the summer of 1973 after I has just finished 6th grade. I remember this well because I declined the opportunity to go to the local swimming hole with a bunch of other kids because I was so infatuated with this movie. What drew me in was one of the first scenes where this kid, who appeared to be about my age, jumped into this old biplane and flew it as if he'd done so hundreds of times before. Being the mostly naive youngster that I was at that age, which was fairly typical back then for us rural Texas kids, I had never heard of nor previously contemplated reincarnation. With that in mind, this movie was pure fantasy that opened the door for me to learn (the then new to me) concept of reincarnation. To this day, I still remember this film so fondly that I periodically search the web to find out if anyone has finally released it on DVD. Sadly though, I've found no trace of it being legally sold in either VHS or DVD format. However, earlier this year I did find a website which offered it for sale on a self produced DVD. I emailed the guy to inquire about this DVD he was selling (for the ridiculous price of $50) and he replied that the film was now in the public domain. My suspicious nature didn't permit me to accept his word on this, so I did some research and found a website which verifies film and music copyrights and provides such information as dates of copyright renewals and the person or entity that holds their current rights, and found that "I've Lived Before" is definitely not a public domain film. Since I refuse to enrich someone who sells pirated movies, I didn't buy his DVD. Hopefully, TCM will broadcast this film in the near future and I'll be aware of it and available to once again watch it after having first seen it some 40 years ago.

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