I found it at Streetlight Records in San Francisco for $1.95 while perusing the clearance bin. It had a tag warning that the disc was slightly scratched, but it looked much better than most of the discs I rent and it played fine. It was one of those two-sided discs, with "Katherine" on the other side. This was another excellent Sissy Spacek film, a TV movie from 1975, in which she plays a crusading young liberal from a rich family.
I don't know where you are, but if you're not in a city with stores that sell obscure DVDs, you might want to check on Amazon or eBay. Or just do a Google of "Ginger in the Morning/Katherine DVD." Looks like copies are available for as little as 99 cents!
These appear to be two titles that have slipped into the public domain, and it looks like there are several versions out there for very low prices. My DVD looks like it was duplicated from a VHS tape, but the picture and sound quality are still very good. Probably better than your Beta at this point!
1.) hey, there will be no dissing of my beta.
2.) i'll go check that out.
3.) streetlight records? holy crap! i think i know that place (i breifly lived in san francisco) isn't that in north beach?
viva la North Beach or Haight! the best places in SF!
"Ninja kick the damn rabbit!"
Streetlight's on Market and Noe streets in the Castro, and on 24th Street in Noe Valley. There's also one in San Jose.
And Beta rocks! I just wish I had a Betamax. I should check out Goodwill.