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Discussion in 'DVD' started by John Morgan, Sep 9, 2010.

  1. williampl7@aol.com

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    Rats! No Boston Blackies.
     
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    And still no more two-reeler releases.
     
  3. borisfw

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    More Boston Blackie,Lone Wolf and Jungle Jim . Please .
     
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    May's slate looks fun. Seems to be a healthy B-adventure wave of films rarely seen.

    Sony's also been dealing a pretty healthy dose of early talkie Tim McCoy/Buck Jones westerns that look absolutely fantastic with their new transfers. Fans of those early Columbia oaters will surely be pleased with The Fighting Marshall.
     
  5. Camps

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    "Walls Came Tumbling Down" is a great, breezy little noir.
     
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  6. Keith Cobby

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    The Walls Came Tumbling Down had been announced in this thread for release on 3 June. Does anybody know if this will be released imminently as I cannot find any pre-order information. It stars the delightful Marguerite Chapman, one of my favourites from the 1940s/50s.
     
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    The TCM Shop has a pre-order: http://shop.tcm.com/detail.php?p=585988&mobile_browser=on
     
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    Any word on the Summer releases?
     
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    I think these are with Columbia but Id like to see the Whistler series get an official release...any fans of that series with Richard Dix ? :)
     
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    Yes to the Whistler series. Those and the Crime Doctor would be great for the TCM vault series.
     
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    When will Sony/Columbia bring forth from their vaults the last "classic" Joan Crawford title "THEY ALL KISSED THE BRIDE" ?
    I know....Letty Lynton from her MGM years.......but Warner has explained umpteen times about the rights issues.
     
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    They All Kissed te bride would be good in a TCM Theme package with Bedtime Story(1941) and A Woman of distinction(1950) plus others as Leading Ladies of the Golden Age comedies. I would rather see these Columbia movies in box sets then single releases.
     
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    Got mine (ordered via Amazon) and it's from a great, sharp print! I highly recommend it to any '40s mystery or noir (or even light comedy) fans.
     
  14. Keith Cobby

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    Thanks for that. I was beginning to think it might have been pulled.
     
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    Classicflix.com has news on the July titles:
    Alibi for Murder (1936) - William Gargan, Marguerite Churchill

    Canal Zone (1942) - Chester Morris, Harriet Hilliard, John Hubbard, Larry Parks, Forrest Tucker, Eddie Laughton, Lloyd Bridges

    The Stork Pays Off (1941) - Victor Jory, Rochelle Hudson, Max 'Slapsie Maxie' Rosenbloom
     
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    Isn't there rights issues with a couple of those films?
     
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    August titles - good news is all of them are new to DVD:

    Abajo el telón ( Drop the Curtain ) (1955) [Cantinflas]
    The Big Boss (1941)
    Cafe Hostess (1940)
    East of Fifth Avenue (1933)
    El bombero atómico (1952) [Cantinflas]
    The Tiger Makes Out (1967)
     
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    Wonderful article posted to TCM's "Movie Morlocks" blog regarding Buzz Kulik's TO FIND A MAN - would love to have a proper 16x9 Sony Archive release of this! (Amazon offers only an old 1.33 TV print for streaming right now)http://t.co/0WZrfG5yB9
     
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    I have just watched The Walls Came Tumbling Down which is a great 1940's thriller. The image quality is excellent. Fans of Marguerite Chapman should also pick up Strange Affair.
     
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    still hoping for the red beret and all the young men.
     

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