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    Lightbulb The Supremes on NETFLIX?

    Hello Guys! What's up?
    It's been a while since the last time I started a thread here

    So, I was looking for something interesting to watch on Netflix this week, and some Barbra Streisand Tv Specials/Concerts/Movies are available there, as well as 3 or 4 documentaries about The Beatles, and some about Michael.

    Wouldn't be interesting to have:

    GIT - 1969
    TCB - 1968
    Diana Ross and The Supremes at RAI Convention Center - 1968
    Diana Ross and The Supremes Live at Berns Hotel - 1968
    The Supremes In The Orient - 1966
    The Supremes Discover Japan - 1974
    The Supremes Live at The Montreux Casino - 1976
    The Supremes - High Energy Video Collection - 1977


    remastered in Hd on Netflix?

    And not only Supremes material, I'm talking about Motown 25, The Temptations Special, The Smokey Robinson Special, RSG! The Motown Sound, Motortown Revue 1963, etc.

    Almost everybody is using Netflix to watch movies, musicals and documentaries now. I think it would be a great oportunity to show the Motown Sound to young people (like me). It also think it's way easier than releasing DVDs

    Wouldn't it be nice? If not, why not? Let's discuss

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    Sure would be great! Farewell show! (If it exits in its entirety... which I can’t believe it doesn’t)

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    Funny, when I saw this post I thought it was going to be something else. I've been watching a wonderful show on Netflix called "Call The Midwife." Season 6 takes place in 1962 and they played "Buttered Popcorn" on an episode. I thought maybe someone other than myself saw it...

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    Now that is so cool George!

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    I'd love it if a full show from the DMF years surfaced, especially from '66 when they were really at the top of their game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Solomon View Post
    Funny, when I saw this post I thought it was going to be something else. I've been watching a wonderful show on Netflix called "Call The Midwife." Season 6 takes place in 1962 and they played "Buttered Popcorn" on an episode. I thought maybe someone other than myself saw it...
    That is a BBC show here in the UK. It is very popular over here, but i am not a regular viewer. Perhaps i should investigate. I guess the producer must be a Supremes fan to use such a song which is generally unknown to the mainstream public

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