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Discussion in 'DVD' started by Professor Echo, Aug 12, 2010.
Nightwing from Sony's MOD has a trailer.
Columbia's Jungle Manhunt has a trailer with it. I think that makes all four Jungle Jim films available with trailers.
No trailers on PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW, THE MAGICIAN, and PENN AND TELLER GET KILLED (WA).
No trailer on MOONFLEET (WA), either. The Archive is skimping on trailers these days.
I noticed that at the end of the trailer, Edmond O'Brien's lips are moving but there is no audio for the last few words he is saying.
Cold comfort, but you can obtain one of the trailers for PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW on Volume 5 (Alamo Drafthouse Edition) of Synapse Films' 42ND STREET FOREVER DVD series. There is a shorter teaser for PRETTY MAIDS that has not yet surfaced, sadly.
The Sony MOD of BATTLE OF THE CORAL SEA includes the trailer.
A STUDY IN TERROR arrived from Deep Discount today, so they have finally fulfilled all of my Sony MOD orders to date.
MACABRE, THE HYPNOTIC EYE, THE TODD KILLINGS and THE CYCLOPS (WA) don't have trailers. The Warner Archive seems to have given up on them.
Such a shame, Bob. That was a real selling point for me in trading up from my TCM copies.
THE HYPNOTIC EYE has a great trailer too, it's hilarious. I couldn't find it online, but this looks like a TV spot for it and will give you an idea of the trailer:
It's annoying. I'm sure the MACABRE trailer sets up the gimmick, too.
Good news: A STOLEN LIFE (WA) has a trailer. Bad news: YOU'RE A BIG BOY NOW (WA) doesn't.
Added. Thanks Bob!
Not sure if this one has been listed yet . But The Man With Two Faces with Edward G. Robinson has a 2 min + trailer .
Got a motherlode for ya today, PB...and thanks for the shout-out on the other thread. (But do you really trust PR material? Promises, promises...)
I should say a motherlode of WA product...disappointingly, no trailers on any of them. A STOLEN LIFE is the only new WA title I've seen in two months that has one.
The trailer-less titles are:
All of the Chaneys, not surprisingly: HE WHO GETS SLAPPED, MOCKERY, THE MONSTER, MR. WU, THE UNHOLY THREE, and THE UNHOLY 3 (sound remake)
THE WARNER BROS. HORROR MYSTERY DOUBLE FEATURES
THE WILD, WILD PLANET
WAR OF THE PLANETS
EYE OF THE DEVIL
THE GREEN SLIME
Since I helped out before and you graciously put up this "Master List", I can help fill in the holes with the collection I got. Since it will take a very long time to look through them all, I'll just list them over the next few days. These will all be WA
Above and Beyond
Background To Danger
Billy the Kid
Bureau of Missing Persons, The
Come Live With Me
Excuse My Dust
Fog Over Frisco
Give a Girl a Break
Go Into Your Dance
God Is My Co-Pilot
I Take This Woman
It's A Wonderful World
Journey For Margaret
Love is Better Than Ever
Madame X (1937)
Merton Of The Movies
My Wild Irish Rose
No More Ladies
On Borrowed Time
Small Town Girl
Story of Will Rogers, The
Susan and God
Two Girls on Broadway
Two Sisters From Boston
Whistling in Brooklyn
Whistling in Dixie
Whistling in the Dark
You Can't Escape Forever
Also, Mr. Lucky is listed twice
Further titles with trailers missing from the master list:
Canterville Ghost, The
Church Mouse, The
Daughter of Rosie O'Grady, The
Heavenly Body, The
Magnificent Yankee, The
Next Voice You Hear, The
Shopworn Angel, The
Singing Kid, The
Bob, sorry to hear about the Chaney titles being trailer-less. I expected it given the age of the films, but silent movie trailers are always interesting to see. I know they are scarce, but I was hoping one or two might surface for these editions. And there really is no excuse for leaving off the 60's era horror/sci-fi trailers as some of those I have seen on TCM, so I know they are readily available.
Joe, thank you so much for the comprehensive update! The additions have been duly noted. I keep hoping a true Master List will emerge from the studios themselves, but until it does, this group effort here will have to suffice. Thanks again for all your hard work in helping compile these new titles.
As always, I appreciate the contributions of everyone who continue to expand the list, thereby helping those of us who love original trailers to decide whether or not to purchase a MOD DVD.
Strange - I could have sworn that the WA copy of RAZORBACK that I rented did have the U.S. trailer on it.
It is. I meant "trailers missing from the master list" as "trailers not on the master list"
More with a trailer
McConnel Story, The