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Discussion in 'DVD' started by MisterLime, May 26, 2011.
Shanks a lot, MisterLime!
Is anyone else disappointed that Olive chose not to use the 5.1 remix that was done for the Paramount DVD on McLintock!? Granted the movie was originally in mono, but I wonder why it was left off. Perhaps the licensing agreement didn't grant them access to the remixed soundtrack?
Does Olive Films have any plans to release any Republic serial on DVD or blu ray in the
future? Wouldn't "Adventures of Captain Marvel" having been released on DVD by
Artisan warrant Olive Films making it commercially available again and perhaps finally
releasing in the picture and sound quality it has long deserved?
I like the covers for The File On Thelma Jordan and Blowing Wild but in both cases they don't give a true impression of the film! I'm pre-ordering both.
Some good titles for May including some DVD debuts and a steady supply of more John Wayne. Keep it up, Olive!
That's the first placeholder art I've seen for an Olive title in regards to "Father Goose." Threw me for a sec.
lokks like china gate is in widescreen.
where is the edit button by the way.
Olive has been taking a lot of my cash lately . And it's seems this will continue .
Reuben Reuben!! Great news!
Yup, very disappointed in that...
I'm not. Re-mixing a mono film into stereo is as bad as colorizing a B&W film in my opinion. I'm just glad the Paramount DVD offered the original mono as well as the "stereo" mix otherwise I'd be upgrading to the Olive release for the original mono sound.
NIGHT OF THE SCARECROW DVD & BLU Extras:
• Previously Produced Making-of Featurette - Interviews with cast & crew (3 Minutes)
• Still Gallery with Music and Commentary by director Jeff Burr (8 Minutes)
• Audio Commentary by director Jeff Burr
DAY OF THE TRIFFIDS, huh? Hope that's accurate, as I'd love to see the restoration finally.
The shipping delays were caused by a huge fulfillment center mistake. Everything was ready to go in time for the 3/26 street date, but all these orders were missed by the shipping center and they realized their mistake after the titles had already streeted. They shipped everything last week (a couple of days after the street date), so everything should be up very soon. This was not because of replication delays, it was just a HUGE shipping or non-shipping error.
Hey MisterLime, any updates on the Betty Boop set(s)?
MisterLime, any chance of Olive licensing Sleuth (orig.) and The Heartbreak Kid from Palomar Pictures?
I hope Olive can work something out with Ignite and the other owner of TRIFFIDS for a release soon.
Does that mean we will be getting Day of the Triffids and those other horror titles from Olive ?
Is the restoration of TRIFFIDS done, or still in progress? Last I heard I thought I was still being worked on.