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International Odeon Entertainment - Blu-ray distributor

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by WaveCrest, Jul 12, 2012.

  1. WaveCrest

    WaveCrest Well-Known Member

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    Odeon Entertainment Blu-ray titles being released in the next few months (source: Amazon UK):


    The Blood Beast Terror (1968) - Monday 22nd October
    East of Elephant Rock (1977) - Monday 19th November
    Sailor of the King (1953) - Monday 20th August.
     
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    Couple of Odeon Entertainment Blu-ray titles being released in October (source: Amazon UK):


    Black Beauty (1971) - Monday 22nd October
    The Man Who Never Was (1956) - Monday 12th November
    Priest of Love (1981) - Monday 19th November.
     
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    I'll probably buy The Man Who Never Was. I like this film, partly because I'm a great admirer of Clifton Webb, one of the most stylish and polished actors ever to appear on the silver screen. Far too often he was asked to play prissy, snobbish characters which we did with great skill. He was however capable of far more and The Man Who Never Was demonstrates this.
    It is not commonly known but that wonderful Cole Porter song At Long Last Love was first introduced to Broadway audiences by Clifton Webb, several years before he went to Hollywood.
     
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    Updated post #2 with new Odeon Blu-ray title, Priest of Love (1981).
     

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