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Discussion in 'DVD' started by Professor Echo, Aug 12, 2010.
Just bumping this to see if there are any new MOD Trailer updates?
No trailers: UNION DEPOT and THE CONQUERORS. You should be getting a torrent of reports in a week or two as people receive their WA Black Friday sale orders.Have the list updated and ready to go.
Trailer is attached to The Human Comedy, no trailers on Hotel, The Phantom Toll Booth, and Footsteps in the Dark.
No trailer on Green Light, Never Say Goodbye, or That Forsyte Woman.
Some more, including some new Columbia Screen Classics trailers this time.
Columbia Screen Classics
A Bullet is Waiting
Three Stripes in the Sun
Big Hearted Herbert
Keep Your Powder Dry
Merry Wives of Reno
That Certain Woman
Merry Frinks, The
Wild North, The
Duly noted. Thanks for the updates!
Both Screaming Mimi and Ladies in Retirement from Columbia Screen Classics have trailers.
Americathon has a trailer. And on a side note, not a bad transfer for the film.
Jimmy the Gent of the Warner Archive has a trailer
THE WRONG BOX (Sony) does not have a trailer, but it is a crisp transfer.
THE OUTFIT (WA) has a trailer (it's also widescreen, something it's not been on TCM, and anamorphically encoded). No trailers on MADAM SATAN or TREASURE ISLAND (72), both WA.
Warner's High Wall has a trailer.
Fort Dobbs, the third Clint Walker WB Archive title, has a trailer and also alternate cover art on the menu.
Bob, (sorry to veer slightly off topic) but since you apparently have a copy of the disc, is Fort Dobbs widescreen? The Warner Archive site says "Made to order DVD::Standard Edition" which generally means fullframe, but it also says "Screen Aspect: 16X9 Full Frame" which ironically usually means 1.78:1 anamorphic.
Fort Dobbs and the trailer both appear wide screen to me on my player's 4:3 Letterbox setting. The box says it is Widescreen 16 x 9, 1.85:1.
Thanks, Bob. That's great to hear. The Archive website just needs to correct their listing to show "widescreen"
A MIDWINTER'S TALE has a trailer (4x3), and it features the original British title, IN THE BLEAK MIDWINTER, from before it was changed at the last minute for fear the word "Bleak" would keep American audiences away.
None of the BRASS BANCROFT or TORCHY BLANE mysteries (WA) have trailers.
Mark of the Gorilla from Columbia has a Trailer. Everything Ducky does not.
The Warner Archive disc Saadia has a trailer