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EXCLUSIVE ANNOUNCEMENT: Twilight Time November/December 2014 Releases

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Aug 2, 2014.

  1. Dick

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    This is fine news. Keep pumping out those United Artist classics, TT, Kino and Shout! Still a ways to go, but the home stretch is in view...

    THE MIRACLE WORKER
    JACK THE GIANT KILLER
    THE DEFIANT ONES
    THE MAGIC SWORD
    DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES
    I WANT TO LIVE!
    THE OFFENCE
    ONE TWO THREE
    TOM JONES
    RETURN OF A MAN CALLED HORSE
    WORLD OF HENRY ORIENT

    ...and about a dozen more major 60's -70's titles left to be Blu'ed. But already this is so-o-o much better than we're getting from Paramount or Disney. My hope is that, before the Blu format ceases to be a viable product some years down the road, I will be able to own all (or most) of my wish list catalog titles. Thanks to all of you studios and niche labels for continuing to fill the holes in our high-def collections!
     
  2. JoHud

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    Strong release slate here. I'm looking at 80% of these films. Might have to space them out, though.
    I'm guessing that Regency Enterprises swapped its long-term licensing agreement with WB on some of its films with 20th Century Fox. Any word from TT?
    That's still with Warner Bros.
     
  3. ahollis

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    Wow, what a list of titles. I guess my family will be getting cheaper gifts this holiday season. I see about 8 titles I have to have and the rest I would not mind owning. Thank you Twilight.
     
  4. bgart13

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    To be fair, that's a user at the other forum sharing it, not the site itself. And this person has a habit of never including links to where he gets his info from.
     
  5. JustinFow

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    On their Facebook page, they stated that Mr. Stone himself wanted Twilight Time to put it out.
     
  6. Mr. Jingles

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    Fair enough. Can't understand why the guy doesn't crediting his sources. I would suspect this is a huge plus for Home Theater Forum to be given these exclusive announcements. It takes a thief to thief to pass that information as his own own or by posting "Courtesy of Twilight Time" when it's apparent he didn't get that information from them.
     
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  7. Robert Crawford

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    Twilight Time:

    Is this a one and done deal with Warner because Oliver Stone pushed it?
     
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    Some GREAT must owns for me, but I'm most psyched about Yentl, Funny Lady and The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. :rock: :banana: :dance:
     
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  9. JustinFow

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    Yes, it is a "one-off" from Warner Bros.
     
  10. bgart13

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    Interesting that WB is starting to budge this year -- two licensed titles now.
     
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    Hi Robert--yes, just to clarify the HEAVEN AND EARTH situation -- it was driven by Oliver Stone, and WB were kind enough to facilitate this "one-off" release -- it does not mean there are other WB titles in TT's future.
     
  12. lukejosephchung

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    I see at least 9 titles I want from the year-ending dozen listed...I may wind up getting 'em ALL..gonna be an expensive holiday season this year... :P
     
  13. Robert Crawford

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    Thank you Nick for the fast response.
     
  14. haineshisway

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    I'm just gonna say that one of the best titles in this grouping is Bunny Lake is Missing - it's Preminger, and it's got Olivier AND Noel Coward. And gorgeous black-and-white scope.
     
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    I'm in for Inherit the Wind!
     
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    Some really great titles: Judgment at Nuremberg, Inherit the Wind, Bunny Lake is Missing, The Twilight Time etc.

    They delivered again!
     
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    Does this mean Oliver Stone is now a vocal supporter of Twilight Time?
     
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    Inherit The Wind, Birdman Of Alcatraz and Judgment At Nuremburg to replace the non anamorphic DVDs, Yentl because I've wanted Michel Legrand's gorgeous underscore for years but it's never been released and the TT isolated track will remedy that and possibly Flaming Star because I love it so much. For the rest, I'm content with mys standard DVDs.

    Can anyone confirm that it will be the "roadshow" version of Judgment At Nuremburg with the overture and intermission? Hopefully Streisand's commentary on the SD of Yentl will be ported over but I doubt all the extras on disc 2 will be.
     
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    Ok I'm in for:

    Judgement At Nuremberg

    Bunny Lake Is Missing

    Flaming Star



    But still no Thank God It's Friday or Skatetown USA ??



    Drat , Drat...and it's Double Drat !!

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  20. Matt Hough

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    This is as stellar a line-up of classics announced at one time as I've seen in a very, very long time. I could not be more excited about these upcoming releases! Thanks up front for this great line-up of titles.
     
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