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Is "The Time Machine" (1960) ever coming to Blu-ray?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Tommy R, Apr 17, 2011.

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  1. Jacksmyname

    Jacksmyname Well-Known Member

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    I also saw this when first released, same age!
    Put me down for a copy.
     
  2. Charles Smith

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    One of my childhood matinee favorites ever, and an outstanding film in every respect. Count me IN.
     
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    How about the remake, I'd love to see that on Blu.
     
  4. RobertR

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    I'd love to see the 1960 version on Blu.
     
  5. montrealfilmguy

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    Count me in too.
    Rod Taylor,check
    Yvette Mimieux,check
    Yvette Mimieux check
    oops,hell ,those gams man,Anne Francis in Forbidden planet had nothing on her.
    Not to mention that great Jean Harlow-type platinum blonde and face.
    I also saw this and it had a tremendous impact on my childhood bacause i could hardly grasp at the concept of someone going to the year 802.701.
    things that definitely scared me as a kid
    the flying monkeys from OZ
    The green slime monster sounds
    Mrs.Julien my 5th grade teacher
    and MORLOCKS !!
    i keep seeing that dvd with the extras and thinking the same thing,when on Bluray ?
    Oh and another thing that really sent disturbing shivers along my spine.
    That blasted citywide alarm sound (i refer to it as the nuclear alarm ) when he meets the son of David Filby.
    I take it everyone in here has seen this episode of The Big bang theory.One of the biggest laughs from the audience i 've heard in recent years.

    And you must see Rod Taylor in the Twilight zone classic episode entitled And when the sky was opened.Absolutely worth every second of the 22 minutes.
     
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    add another to the list of waiting on this, and just watch the TZ episode not to long ago,
     
  7. Radioman970

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    And another.
    I was just looking at the DVD, which I've been waiting. Will prob grab it during this wait. But they'll sell me a BD too if they put it out.
     
  8. RobertR

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    Yeah, she's a major cutie in the film.
    For me, it was the scene where the dead Morlock becomes a skeleton. Skeletons scared me a lot back then.
     
  9. Randy_M

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    I have the DVD, and it's marvelous. I'll double dip on this for sure. (I was 10 when it hit theaters, and loved it then, too)
     
  10. montrealfilmguy

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    Benbess ?
    What is that Cinemagic you refer to ?
     
  11. Radioman970

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    This picture makes me feel very funny...DOWN THERE.
    :P :blush: :D
     
  12. RobertR

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    A less innocent pic:
    [​IMG]
     
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    Hot damn! If she only had worn that in The Black Hole! :blush:
     
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    ^ NOW THAT'S JUST NAUGHTY..
    *contemplates*
    BRB
     
  15. montrealfilmguy

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    BWAHAHAHAHAHA
    Radioman970, you owe me a keyboard and milk for my chocolate milk.
    I wonder when this pic was taken cause to my eye she looks like Michelle Pfeiffer circa Scarface time.
     
  16. cineMANIAC

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    The remake is from Dreamworks/Paramount so we'll have to beg them to do it. I remember reading about how they cut quite a bit of the moon-crashing-to-the-Earth sequence because of 9/11 - I'd love to see the complete version on Blu. The 1960 original has always been one of my favorites. As pointed out by another poster the distant-future scenes were one of the highlights of the film for me, as brief as they were. I've never read the book but I understand that there's a longer section dedicated to the distant future in the book?
     
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    The original is probably in my top 10 most-wanted titles on blu-ray. Day 1 purchase for me!
     
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    This may go to small claims, because SHE is more to blame! LOL! :P
     
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    Blind buy from me I own it on NTSC LD & DVD!!! but think it would need some work on BD.
    IMO the 2002 remake was very poor due to casting & the removal of the moon crashing into earth FX (directed by Simon Wells who is HG Wells great-grandson!!!)
     
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    Oh...I thought the redo was okay. I kind of enjoyed it. Had some nice visuals. Didn't compare to others like the one with Taylor and Time After Time.
     

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