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#1 of 49 OFFLINE   Scott Weinberg

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Posted November 08 2004 - 04:06 AM

Feature Films

Sky Captain & the World of Tomorrow (2004)
All in a Night's Work (1961)
Hello Down There (1969)
On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (1970)
Bopha! (1993)
The Reivers (1969)

TV stuff

Chappelle's Show: The Complete Second Season
I Love Lucy: The Complete Third Season
Charmed: The Complete First Season
Cheers: The Complete Fourth Season
Frasier: The Complete Fourth Season
Taxi: The Complete Second Season
7th Heaven: The Complete Second Season
Have Gun Will Travel: The Complete Second Season


PBS productions

Fidel Castro
America Beyond the Color Line
Citizen King
Cora Unashamed
In Remembrance of Martin
Kinsey
Our Town
Echoes From the White House


-other-

A Separate Peace (Movie of the Week)

Max and Ruby: Springtime for Max and Ruby
The Amanda Show Volume 3: Totally Amanda
Drake and Josh Volume 1: Suddenly Brothers
Transformers: Energon - Omega Supreme
Transformers: Energon - Shockblast Unleashed


#2 of 49 OFFLINE   Patrick McCart

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Posted November 08 2004 - 04:19 AM

Looking forward to the Sky Captain DVD! I saw it in the theater just a few weeks ago and it's possibly the closest we'll get to a modern Republic serial. What a great movie!
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#3 of 49 OFFLINE   Bradley-E

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Posted November 08 2004 - 04:22 AM

Awesome! The Reivers (1969) and On A Clear Day...

#4 of 49 OFFLINE   Ronald Epstein

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Posted November 08 2004 - 05:34 AM

Way to go Paramount! Scott, thanks for the news.

 

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#5 of 49 OFFLINE   Steve Tannehill

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Posted November 08 2004 - 05:45 AM

The co-production with Showtime that had a brief appearance with Hume Cronyn? Cool. - Steve

#6 of 49 OFFLINE   Kevin M

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Posted November 08 2004 - 10:05 AM

Hello Down There (1969)Posted Image Love this silly 60's psychedelic aqua-cocktail.
....um...say is that a young Richard Dreyfuss in bellbottoms?

Any news on The Keep?
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#7 of 49 OFFLINE   Xenia Stathakopoulou

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Posted November 08 2004 - 10:22 AM

Looking forward to sky captain dvd as a definite purchase as well.Am i the only one who thinks, sky captain is alot like how Max Fleischers Superman would be if it were live actionPosted Image ? Enjoyed this movie very much.
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#8 of 49 OFFLINE   Joe Caps

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Posted November 08 2004 - 10:32 AM

Can't wait to see the specs for ON A CLEAR DAY - any extra footage - any stereo?

#9 of 49 OFFLINE   Greg_M

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Posted November 08 2004 - 11:17 AM

Joe I doubt "On a Clear Day" will have extra footage - even though some exists. But glad to see Paramount is releasing the film anyway. I thought this one was tied up with music rights issues, so I'm glad to see everything's resolved. Yeah!

#10 of 49 OFFLINE   Jim Barg

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Posted November 08 2004 - 11:26 AM

Sky Captain and Chappelle's Show on consecutive weeks? Nice.

#11 of 49 OFFLINE   walter o

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Posted November 08 2004 - 12:48 PM

I am glad paramount is releasing movies that they never released on video, like HELLO DOWN THERE. I guess they are slowly opening up to films that never saw a commerical release from their catalog, perhaps FOUR FLIES IN GREY VELVET is next? I do hope BUSY BODY and SPIRIT IS WILLING will be next!

#12 of 49 OFFLINE   Claude North

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Posted November 08 2004 - 01:06 PM

I imagine the choice of ON A CLEAR DAY... was inspired by Streisand's upcoming return to the screen in MEET THE FOCKERS. (Universal is releasing her least-known film, ALL NIGHT LONG, next month.) I would love to see the extra footage from the film. From what I understand, over an hour of deleted scenes exist, including Jack Nicholson's musical number and a flash-forward sequence. A restored director's cut would be ideal, but I don't think this film did well enough to warrant that sort of treatment. Still, the size of Streisand's fan base would prevent it from being a total flop, sales-wise. Walter O's comment about Paramount opening up their back catalog makes sense. Hopefully, future releases from Paramount will include a nice mix of classics and obscurities.

#13 of 49 OFFLINE   Andrew Budgell

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Posted November 08 2004 - 01:45 PM

Looking forward to I Love Lucy: Season Two. Andy

#14 of 49 ONLINE   Thomas T

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Posted November 08 2004 - 02:02 PM

A big grin on my face over On A Clear Day, Hello Down There and All In A Night's Work.

#15 of 49 OFFLINE   Charles H

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Posted November 08 2004 - 03:18 PM

I am pleased to see that HELLO DOWN THERE is the first Paramount dvd without a video precedent in any format. Here's hoping that THE JOKER IS WILD with Frank Sinatra in one of his greatest performances as Joe E. Lewis (witn an assist from the Sinatra estate and a commentary by Mitzi Gaynor and Eddie Albert?) and the long-delayed release of Billy Wilder's ACE IN THE HOLE (with commentary by Robert Arthur and Kirk Douglas??) cannot be far behind. Does Paramount or MCA control THE MATING SEASON (1950)?
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#16 of 49 OFFLINE   Chad Ferguson

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Posted November 08 2004 - 03:32 PM

I don't Event Horizon Extended Cut on that list, I think it's bout time we did.

#17 of 49 ONLINE   Peter M Fitzgerald

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Posted November 08 2004 - 04:40 PM

Holy cow! THE REIVERS on DVD!! I would've expected a longer wait for its DVD debut than just a few months from now. A guaranteed buy from me! Thanks much, Paramount (especially Martin Blythe)! Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image

Gosh, with THE REIVERS on the immediate horizon, can fellow National General acquisitions, MONTE WALSH (1970 version) and PRIME CUT (1972), be very far away? Posted Image

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#18 of 49 OFFLINE   John Gilmore

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Posted November 08 2004 - 04:55 PM

Interesting cover art for Clear Day. Not the poster art, but nice nevertheless.

http://barbranews.com/cleardaydvd.htm
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#19 of 49 OFFLINE   Joe Caps

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Posted November 08 2004 - 11:18 PM

Thank god its not the poster art which was UGLY. The big question - Paramount does a lot of remixing for stereo for dvd. The sterep songs exist. Are they remixing this film for stereo for the dvd???

#20 of 49 OFFLINE   Jon Hertzberg

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Posted November 08 2004 - 11:48 PM

Speaking of video M.I.A.s, how about:

The Friends of Eddie Coyle
Little Fauss and Big Halsy - not an exceptional film, but it does include a nude Lauren Hutton in her prime Posted Image




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