Top 10 Movies That Are Incredibly Hard to Find
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You won’t find these movies on Netflix. From Wired, to The Day the Crown Cried, to Let It Be, these movies are very tough to come by. WatchMojo ranks the top movies that are incredibly hard to find.

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List rank and entries:
#10. The Original, Unaltered “Star Wars” Trilogy (197783)
#9. “Looking for Mr. Goodbar” (1977)
#8. “Naked Tango” (1991)
#7. “A Fistful of Fingers” (1995)
#6. “Wired” (1989)
#5. “The Day the Clown Cried” (1972)
#4. “Let It Be” (1970)
#3, #2, #1???

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  1. Amazing colossal man
    I was a teenage werewolf
    The wonderful world of brothers Grimm
    teenage Frankenstein
    scanner cop
    the gamma people
    Charlie and the angel
    The human vapor
    The girl most likely to…
    The last safari

  2. You completely forgot The Devils (1971)! A Ken Russell film, starring Oliver Reed and Venessa Redgrave.
    Unlike other controversial films that got official releases, this one is so controversial, it has never been released in it’s Uncut, Uncensored glory on any DVD/Blu-ray Disc.
    Honestly a shame to have forgotten this never-before-seen masterpiece of a religious exploration controversial film.
    Possibly my favourite film, I’ve never seen. XP

  3. I wish they’d just release Song Of The South. Yeah it’s racist but it’s a product of it’s time…there are PLENTY of racist movies out there from back in the day but you don’t see people getting up in arms about them or wanting to ban them. Bite the bullet Disney. Release it uncensored to America…I don’t want to have to try and import a copy ffs.

  4. Probably the original Dawn of the Dead. You can only find used copies for like $60 on amazon.

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