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Check your local public library. The one near me has VE, AVIA and many "non-mainstream" movie titles.


On-line, you could always buy one from Amazon or any of the other DVD E-tailers and have it sent overnight.


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Fry's Electronics, or a quality A/V dealer like Laserland. I've specificly not seen such disks at Circuit City or the Good Guys or other retailers.


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You might try Xtreme Home Theater in Monterey, near Morgan's Coffee House and the Santa Lucia market. Ron, who runs the place, is a wealth of knowledge.


If you cannot find one locally and you are in a hurry, you can borrow my Video Essentials DVD in the interim.


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I picked one up at BEST BUY. Also I noted they had VIDEO ESSENTIALS. AV Science carries AVIA as well.


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Do you subscribe to Netflix? If so drop them an email asking them to carry it. I did last week and Im hoping some others do too. It would be nice to just rent it when its needed.


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