SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- MGM/UA Home Video will put its entire library of 16 James Bond movies on moratorium after a major sales effort concludes on April 20, said George Feltenstein, senior vice president and general manager. The spy-adventure titles will stay off the market for an undetermined length of time, although they could be re-issued when a new James Bond movie is released theatrically late next year, said Feltenstein. MGM/UA Home Video is a division of MGM/ UA Home Entertainment. ...

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