The Man From Laramie coming from Twilight Time in 2014

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  1. Noach Kowalski

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    Confirmed on their FB page.
     
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    Too bad we have to wait that long but I look forward to it.
     
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    It might be released in Europe earlier . . . . and at a lower price. The Rains Of Ranchipur has set a precedent.
     
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    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.
     
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    I think this film will be pretty darn incredible on blu-ray.
     
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    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!!! :thumbsup:
     
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    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.
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    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.
     
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    Fantastic!!!! First (complete) Mann film on blu-ray in the US?
     
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    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?
     
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    Which European release was that?
     
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    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...
     
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    As Good as it Gets which they recently dropped the price to 9,97 Euros.
     
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    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.
     

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