Dee on DVD...

Officially Released
Monte Carlo (1930)
DVD Criterion Eclipse
An American Tragedy (1931)
DVD Universal Vault Series
Love is a Racket (1932)
DVD Warner Archive
One Man's Journey (1933)
DVD Warner Home Video (Shop TCM.com exclusive)
Online TCM.com's Media Room (direct link)
Little Women (1933)
DVD Warner Home Video
VHS MGM/UA Home Video
Online Amazon Video On Demand
Finishing School (1934)
DVD Warner Archive
VHS Turner Home Entertainment
Of Human Bondage (1934)
DVD Kino Video
VHS various public domain distributors
Online Internet Archive (direct link)
Becky Sharp (1935)
DVD Alpha Video
VHS various public domain distributors
Online Internet Archive (direct link)
The Gay Deception (1935)
DVD 20th Century-Fox Cinema Archives
Souls at Sea (1937)
DVD TCM Vault
VHS Universal Home Video
If I Were King (1938)
DVD Universal Vault Series
VHS Universal Home Video
So Ends Our Night (1941)
DVD VCI Video
VHS Ivy Classics, Inc.
A Man Betrayed (1941)
DVD Olive Films
VHS Republic Pictures Home Video
(released as Wheel of Fortune)
Meet the Stewarts (1942)
DVD Columbia Classics
VHS GoodTimes Home Video Corp.
I Walked with a Zombie (1943)
DVD Warner Home Video
VHS Turner Home Entertainment
Happy Land (1943)
DVD 20th Century-Fox Cinema Archives
The Private Affairs of Bel Ami (1947)
VHS Republic Pictures Home Video
Four Faces West (1948)
DVD Republic Pictures
VHS Republic Pictures Home Video
Payment on Demand (1951)
DVD Warner Archive
Online Warner Archive
Because of You (1952)
VHS Universal Home Video
Mister Scoutmaster (1953)
DVD 20th Century-Fox Cinema Archives
Online Amazon Video On Demand
Gypsy Colt (1954)
VHS MGM/UA Home Video

as yet unavalable

As you can see, several of the films of Frances Dee are, indeed, available. But more than half of the titles in her filmography are yet to be released, Playboy of Paris (1930), Blood Money (1933), and Wells Fargo (1937) among them. To encourage their release, we can vote for these films at the TCMdb, the Movie Database at TCM.com.

The TCMdb includes a feature which allows ordinary movie fans to vote for the films they would like to see released on DVD. As a result of these votes—which are tallied, and sent by the TCM staff to home video distributors—films such as Marie Antoinette (1938) and The Heiress (1949) have been made availble on DVD.

To vote for Frances' films, visit her filmography page in the TCMdb, then click on any of her films' titles. A new page for the specific title will load; on the right-hand column of that page is the Home Video Vote box. Click "Vote" and enter your e-mail address (which will be kept confidential if you so desire). It's quite easy, and very much worthwhile.

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