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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Noach Kowalski, May 17, 2013.
Confirmed on their FB page.
Too bad we have to wait that long but I look forward to it.
It might be released in Europe earlier . . . . and at a lower price. The Rains Of Ranchipur has set a precedent.
It may well be released elsewhere, indeed I hope it is, but at least now we have a guaranteed release of this movie on BD courtesy of Twilight Time
It's been a long time since I've seen The Man from Laramie. Never owned it on DVD, so I'll be eager to pick this up when it's out.
I think this film will be pretty darn incredible on blu-ray.
It's my understanding that Sony's Grover Crisp is giving this movie the full-on 4k restoration treatment...can't wait to see the results next year!!!
The Man From Laramie will look spectacular in hi-def.
Columbia owns The Last Frontier (1955) as well. It may not be regarded as a great western but it is a very interesting one starring Victor Mature. I'd like to see that get the 4K treatment as well.
Anyhow, this is good news and something to look forward to.
I really like "The Last Frontier", too - the relationship between Victor Mature and Anne Bancroft is unusual to say the least.
Great that "Laramie" will be getting the deluxe treatment. I think Grover Crisp is responsible for the transfers of "Major Dundee", "Jubal" and "3:10 to Yuma" - which are all excellent.
Fantastic!!!! First (complete) Mann film on blu-ray in the US?
That is good news. I'm also hoping for a European release. I just ordered the European counterpart of one of Twilight Time's Sony releases for half the price that Screen Archives is charging. Maybe there's hope for Glenn Ford in Cowboy?
Which European release was that?
I believe he's referring to "Philadelphia", which was released by TT this month and is available in June from Sony's EU outlets region-free...
As Good as it Gets which they recently dropped the price to 9,97 Euros.
Actually I believe the first Anthony Mann film on Blu-ray in the US is Olive's release of STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT. I watched the disc a month or two back and it's a decent little B picture, though done in somewhat by a poor male lead and an abbreviated script.
THE MAN FROM LARAMIE will definitely be the first good Anthony Mann film on Blu-ray though.