- The People of the Cumberland (1937) - This is a documentary short, but would be a great bonus feature for a feature length movie, or a companion piece to a documentary like the Schickel documentary "Elia Kazan: A Director's Journey"
A Tree Grows in Brookylyn (1945) - I recently saw this on TCM and fell in love with it. This is a beautiful film about an impoverished family growing up in New York. Fox reportedly had this in development, but seems to have dropped interest in their classic releases. Any hope on this still coming out?
- The Sea of Grass (1947) - Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn - need I say more? This was released by MGM on VHS, so I'm assuming that this is now a WB property. If so, why wasn't it released in the Hepburn/Tracy boxset that came out so many years ago? Coming Soon
Viva Zapata! (1952) - Marlon Brando as a Mexican revolutionary in a story written by John Steinbeck. This film appears to have slipped in to the public domain as there are many cheap copies available on Amazon. It appears to have been a Fox production though.
Man on a Tightrope (1953) - Another well reviewed film by Kazan starring Frederic March & Gloria Grahame (A personal favorite of mine). This also appears to be a Fox production. What's the deal Fox, you have enough Kazan films to make a very marketable boxset?
Wild River (1960) - Montgomery Clift & Lee Remick star in a film set in the south and centering around the eviction of an old lady from her house in order to build a dam. This sounds pretty good, but it's only available in the UK. Yet again, another Fox production.
America, America (1963) - Kazan's personal favorite film that is loosely based on the immigration of his relatives to the United States. Another film that I'm dying to get my hands on, but is only avaible in Region 2. According to the documentary that I watched, this was a WB production - do they still have the rights?
- The Visitors (1972) - An early James Woods film that is only available in Region 2.
- Elia Kazan: A Director's Journey (1995) - An excellent documentary by Richard Shickel. This appears to have been a Turner production as it is listed as such on IMDB and aired on TCM recently. If so, I'm surprised that WB has not released this as part of an SE for any of his other films that they home. Perhaps this would be a good inclusion for a mini-boxset along with their other titles.
Does anybody have any info that I've missed?