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Several Samuel Goldwyn titles announced for release by Movies Unlimited for mid-January

Discussion in 'DVD' started by FrankXS, Dec 6, 2012.

  1. FrankXS

    FrankXS Well-Known Member

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    By the Movies Unlimited website, Warner's will be releasing several Samuel Goldwyn titles come mid-January. So far they are listing
    Wuthering Heights
    Bishop's Wife
    Pride of the Yankees
    Best Years of Our Lives
    Hans Christian Andersen
    All listed as on sale for $12.74.
     
  2. Thomas T

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    Sigh ..... the ones I'm really waiting for are the Danny Kayes: Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, The Kid From Brooklyn, Wonder Man and Up In Arms.
     
  3. moviepas

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    No Blu Ray listed. Another has them listed as $10.99. I have waited a long time for Wuthering Heights and thought they would go Blu on this. The others I have in DVD and Hans is due now in Blu.
     
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    Nice cover art too...
     
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    Blu-rays at least for some of these should be coming later.
    Also, this DVD of The Best Years of Our Lives has additional extra features not on the MGM disc
     
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    Does anyone know if these are going to be DVD or DVD-R?
     
  7. JoHud

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    DVD
     
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    I was really hoping that Up in Arms and Kid from Brooklyn would be coming sooner than later .
     
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    Glad they're reissuing THE BISHOP'S WIFE in time for Xmas! Next year's, at least... :P
     
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    I didn't know there was anybody left who still didn't have a copy! Seems like MGM had flogged both that one and Pride of the Yankees to death over the years.
     
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    And titles such as "These Three" haven't been available on any format since the 1980s.
     
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    I never got Wuthering Heights on DVD before it went OOP, even though it's one of my wife's favorites. I have a decent copy from a TCM broadcast I burned to DVD. But I'm not going to buy any of these in SD anymore. At this point classic releases like these must be in Blu or no sale for me.
     
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    I have them already on DVD, so a Blu-ray upgrade is also for me the only interest I have in these admitted classics. For those who didn't get them the first time around, however, I'm happy they will be availble for a reasonable price.
     
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    Two words --- EDDIE CANTOR!!!!
     
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    I expect blu-rays on these titles especially because these are the tentpole Goldwyn titles that have consistently proven themselves saleswise. Best Years of Our Lives has already been announced and I expect the other three to show up as well.
    One thing I'm curious about is if these are newly remastered or simply repackaged transfers from the old MGM discs.
     
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    Isn't My Foolish Heart with Susan Hayward and Dana Andrews a Goldwyn title? I'd really love to see this on DVD.
     
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    Anyone know what the bonus features on Best Years will be?
     
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    Bonus features for Best Years of Our Lives will be an introduction by Virgina Mayo and interviews with Virginia Mayo and Teresa Wright.
     
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    Goldwyn titles I want to see released by order of importance.

    Eddie Cantor Early Talkies/Precodes

    Whoopie! (1930)
    Palmy Days (1931)
    The Kid From Spain (1932)
    Roman Scandals (1933)
    Kid Millions (1934)
    Strike Me Pink (1936)

    Ronald Colman Early Talkies/Precodes

    The Rescue (1929) w/ Lili Damita
    Bulldog Drummond (1929)
    This Is Heaven (1929) w/ Vilma Banky
    Condemned (1929) w/ Ann Harding
    Raffles (1930) w/ Kay Francis
    The Devil to Pay (1930) w/ Loretta Young
    The Unholy Garden (1931) w/ Fay Wray
    Cynara (1932) w/ Kay Francis
    The Masquerader (1933) w/ Elissa Landi

    Other Early Talkies/Precodes

    Street Scene (1931) - Love triangle potboiler with Sylvia Sidney & William Collier Jr set in NY's Hell's Kitchen during a summer heatwave, directed by King Vidor.The only "official" release was from Image Entertainment, but that DVD is OOP.
    One Heavenly Night (1931) w/ John Boles & Evelyn Laye
    Tonight or Never (1931) - Gloria Swanson & Melvyn Douglas - officially released by Mileston/Image Entertainment but now OOP.

    Gary Cooper

    The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938) - released by MGM. Currently OOP.
    The Cowboy and the Lady (1938) - released by MGM - Currently OOP
    The Real Glory (1939) - released by MGM - Currently OOP
    The Westerner (1940) - released by MGM - Currently OOP

    Others

    Stella Dallas (1937) - one of Barbara Stanwyck's best peformances of her carer. Nominated for Oscar. Released by MGM. Currently OOP.
    The Hurricane (1937) - exotic romance starring Dorothy Lamour and John Hall. Was previoulsy released by HBO. Currently OOP.
    Dead End (1937) - starring Humphrey Bogart and the first film featuring the Dead End Kids. Currently OOP.
    Dodsworth (1936) - starring Walter Huston & Ruth Chatterton. Released by MGM. Currently OOP.
    Goldwyn Follies (1938) - released by MGM. Currently OOP.
    Ball of Fire (1941) - starring Barbara Stanwyck & Gary Cooper. Released by HBO & MGM. Currently OOP.
     
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    Are they going to release any more of the Goldwyn titles ? If so when ?
     

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