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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. Twilight Time

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    We don't know about *vocal* per se, but we do have a nice relationship with him and are releasing 3 of his films.
     
  2. trajan

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    Is obtaining more films from Warner Totally out of the question?
     
  3. Konstantinos

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    Salvador, Heaven & Earth and.... Talk Radio, the Hand or U-turn??
    The others from what I remember have been released..

    Unless we get a JFK theatrical cut with an isolated Williams score! :dancing-banana-04:
     
  4. Paul Rossen

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    I've asked the same question about Judgment at Nuremberg on the TT Facebook page as the Roadshow version has an Overture, Intermission/Entr'acte and Exit music. Thus far no response.
     
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    Very Nice! 2014 has been amazing for Twilight Time. This titles have been spectacular.
     
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    What a terrific selection of titles! Definitely looking forward to purchasing "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" and "Judgment at Nuremberg".
     
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    That's not fair. :)
     
  8. classicmovieguy

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    Whoohoo! More Barbra on Blu-ray. "Funny Lady" is a pleasant surprise.
     
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    Amen! Incredible score. I can't wait to hear the isolated track.
     
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    I'm surprised MGM didn't/don't want to release "Yentl" for themselves...
     
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    Nothing they do surprises me anymore. ;)
     
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    Another update for soundtrack fans, listing the Composers represented by this latest batch. A couple of welcome reappearances, but the overwhelming majority are golden/silver era vets and modern pop music cross-overs new to TT's collection):

    [*]Birdman of Alcatraz - Elmer Bernstein (an overdue master, and this will be his first appearance in the collection)
    [*]Judgement at Nuremberg - Ernest Gold (returning with back-to-back showcases via this and Inherit the Wind, previously represented by The Secret of Santa Vittoria)
    [*]When the Wind Blows - Roger Waters (yep, that Roger Waters, with title song by David Bowie)
    [*]Flaming Star - Cyril J. Mockridge with Irving Getz (the latter uncredited - both new to the collection - the former another seasoned pro making his first appearance)
    [*]Bunny Lake is Missing - Paul Glass (new to the collection)
    [*]The Twilight Samurai - Isao Tomita (yep, that Tomita, new to the collection)
    [*]Yentl - Michel Legrand (new to the collection, and IIRC the first release of this score in its entirety)
    [*]Funny Lady - Fred Ebb, John Kander, and Peter Matz (all new to the collection)
    [*]Inherit the Wind - Ernest Gold (see Judgement at Nuremberg above)
    [*]Heaven and Earth - Kitarô (new to the collection)
    [*]The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie - Rod McKuen (yep, that Rod McKuen, also new to the collection)
    [*]The Fortune - José Padilla & David Shire (both new to the collection)
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    One of the funkiest mixes yet of traditional and pop/avant garde composers. I wouldn't have bet on Tomita landing a TT IST before Morricone...but hey...guess that's just the way the titles fell...
     
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    The 'Net aint fair...and that site is lingering proof of it.
     
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    serious great line up, man this is continuing to be an impressive and a .... very........ expensive......... rewarding ...........year !
     
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    The Fortune is one of THE most underrated films of the 70s. So glad to see it not go the barebones Sony release. A true unsung classic.
     
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    What a great batch. And I am honestly the most excited about When the Wind Blows. That's right out of left field for me, but what a delightful surprise!
     
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    Put me down for: The Birdman of Alcatraz, Judgement at Nuremberg, and probably Inherit the Wind.
     
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    The Twilight Samurai--Never have I seen a better Samurai movie...And I have watched many.Great news, and a big thank you to TT for bringing this gem to Blu-Ray
     
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    Twilight Time, did you license TWILIGHT SAMURAI from a US company or do you now have a deal with Shochiku?
     
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    Oh my god! YENTL! Thank you, Twilight Time. I will pay you top dollar for that one!
     

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