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#61 of 66 OFFLINE   Vic Pardo

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Posted March 08 2013 - 04:52 AM

I'm still waiting for the Dorothy Lamour Technicolor "sarong" movies: HER JUNGLE LOVE, ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS, TYPHOON, BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON (1938-42), as well as the first film in the series (but shot in black-and-white), THE JUNGLE PRINCESS. I've never known these to even be on TV in my lifetime. And the one Maria Montez-Jon Hall film I've never seen, THE WHITE SAVAGE (1943), also in Technicolor.

#62 of 66 OFFLINE   Mark Collins

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Posted March 08 2013 - 05:17 AM

I see they have a combined deal with Sign of the Cross and Cleopatra and a few other films with the set. I wonder how they look?

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Posted March 13 2013 - 07:17 PM

I'm still waiting for the Dorothy Lamour Technicolor "sarong" movies: HER JUNGLE LOVE, ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS, TYPHOON, BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON (1938-42), as well as the first film in the series (but shot in black-and-white), THE JUNGLE PRINCESS. I've never know these to even be on TV in my lifetime. And the one Maria Montez-Jon Hall film I've never seen, THE WHITE SAVAGE (1943), also in Technicolor.
Saw a private copy of Her Jungle Love and it would be cool to see it remastered, a Lamour boxset!

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Posted March 23 2013 - 10:57 PM

The reason that the cut-off was '48, by the way, was because after that year, television distributors had to pay a portion of the profits towards SAG royalties.

 

Don't take the term "pre-48" too literally. Universal owns quite a few Paramounts released in 1948 and 1949.

 

1948: "Albuquerque," "Beyond Glory," "Big Clock, The," "Dream Girl," "Emperor Waltz, The," "Foreign Affair, A," "Hatter's Castle," "Hazard," "Isn't It Romantic?" "Miss Tatlock's Millions," "Night Has a Thousand Eyes," "Paleface, The," "Saigon," "Sainted Sisters, The," "Sealed Verdict," "So Evil My Love," and "Whispering Smith."

 

1949: "Accused, The," "Alias Nick Beal," "Chicago Deadline," "Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, A," "Great Gatsby, The," "Heiress, The," "My Own True Love," "Song of Surrender," "Sorrowful Jones," and "Streets of Laredo."

 

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Posted March 30 2013 - 08:56 PM

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Posted March 30 2013 - 08:57 PM

Any news on Skippy?


Edited by battlebeast, March 30 2013 - 08:58 PM.

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