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MASTER LIST: Warner Archive & Other Studio MOD DVDs With Trailers


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#1 of 315 OFFLINE   Professor Echo

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Posted August 12 2010 - 06:21 PM

For the sake of clarity and to not disrupt the other WA and MOD threads in progress, I thought this separate section for a list of Warner Archive titles and other studio MOD titles that include the original trailers might be a useful tool for those of us who enjoy having trailers included as an extra. Finding this out elsewhere online is nearly impossible, at least I haven't had much luck with it outside of the generous HTF members who have posted the information.   I would like to request from the regular buyers of these titles to please share your lists of those DVDs from the Archive that have the original trailers on them.


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Posted August 12 2010 - 08:20 PM

These two do, FOR SURE. I will check my other four and let you know.   Five Star Final The Citadel
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#3 of 315 OFFLINE   Matt Hough

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Posted August 13 2010 - 06:06 PM

Above Suspicion has a trailer.

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Posted August 14 2010 - 12:53 AM

"Ice Follies of 1939" comes complete with trailer, too. Alistair   And note to WB - when are you going to enable shipping to the UK?

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Posted August 14 2010 - 02:42 AM

URGH! A MUSIC WAR and ALL THE MARBLES feature a trailer.
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Posted August 14 2010 - 09:05 AM

   

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Posted August 14 2010 - 09:53 AM

I have not checked all mine, but I can confirm that the following have trailers:   The Adventures of Mark Twain Bhowani Junction The Happy Years

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Posted August 14 2010 - 01:05 PM

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#10 of 315 OFFLINE   Matt Hough

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Posted August 30 2010 - 06:50 PM

Add Lovely to Look At to the list of Archive releases with a trailer.

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Posted August 30 2010 - 07:09 PM

You can add the following as Warner Archives with trailers:   Between Two Worlds Riptide Song Of Love Oil For The Lamps Of China None But The Lonely Heart A Lady Without A Passport The Sellout Invasion Quartet
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Posted October 08 2010 - 04:54 PM

Bumping this to reflect updated list in original post.   Please continue to add to this discussion and I will try to keep the list as current and comprehensive as I can.

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Posted October 10 2010 - 05:50 AM

Wish they would release "HERCULES" and "HERCULES UNCHAINED" on archives !!! Isn't this a former UA release ?? And they have the rights ? The PD copies are horrendous !!!

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Posted October 10 2010 - 10:37 AM

A STUDY IN TERROR (Sony MOD) does not have a trailer.

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Posted October 10 2010 - 04:40 PM

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Originally Posted by AlanP /forum/thread/303050/master-list-warner-archive-other-studio-mod-dvds-with-trailers#post_3738089 Wish they would release "HERCULES" and "HERCULES UNCHAINED" on archives !!! Isn't this a former UA release ?? And they have the rights ? The PD copies are horrendous !!!
While the films are public domain, they hold the original Joseph Levine/EMBASY negatives, same of SANTA CLAUS CONQUERES THE MARTIANS which also deserves a decent release.

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Posted October 10 2010 - 07:28 PM

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Originally Posted by DeWilson /forum/thread/303050/master-list-warner-archive-other-studio-mod-dvds-with-trailers#post_3738278 While the films are public domain, they hold the original Joseph Levine/EMBASY negatives, same of SANTA CLAUS CONQUERES THE MARTIANS.
They probably don't, actually.  Most of the Levine productions/pickups that were released by the majors reverted to him, and when they did, he likely took the negative materials with him.  When they were still active, Embassy Home Entertainment o put out very clean (if panscanned) VHS releases of the two HERCULES movies, SANTA VS. MARTIANS, MORGAN THE PIRATE, THE OSCAR, SPY WITH A COLD NOSE, and other Levine productions that had been released through WB, MGM, and Paramount.  However, during the short tenure that DeLaurentiis Entertainment Group owned the Embassy library, many of those negatives did get junked and lost forever. As such, WB would have no rights or materials to any of those Levine-produced Reeves films; what copyrights are still active would belong to StudioCanal, the subsequent inheritors of the Embassy and DEG libraries.
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Posted October 13 2010 - 01:41 AM

I can confirm that Sony's 711 Ocean Drive includes a trailer.

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Posted October 13 2010 - 09:09 AM

I received Sony's 12 TO THE MOON yesterday and it has a trailer.

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Posted October 13 2010 - 10:15 AM

 
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Originally Posted by Mark Edward Heuck /forum/thread/303050/master-list-warner-archive-other-studio-mod-dvds-with-trailers#post_3738324 They probably don't, actually.  Most of the Levine productions/pickups that were released by the majors reverted to him, and when they did, he likely took the negative materials with him.  When they were still active, Embassy Home Entertainment o put out very clean (if panscanned) VHS releases of the two HERCULES movies, SANTA VS. MARTIANS, MORGAN THE PIRATE, THE OSCAR, SPY WITH A COLD NOSE, and other Levine productions that had been released through WB, MGM, and Paramount.  However, during the short tenure that DeLaurentiis Entertainment Group owned the Embassy library, many of those negatives did get junked and lost forever. As such, WB would have no rights or materials to any of those Levine-produced Reeves films; what copyrights are still active would belong to StudioCanal, the subsequent inheritors of the Embassy and DEG libraries.
 Thank you for the clarification.

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Posted October 14 2010 - 07:26 PM

I understand that threads can take on a life of their own and deviate from the topic at hand, but this is not the thread for discussing who owns what or what we wish could come out in the archives.    Let's please stay on topic and continue to list Archive and MOD titles that have the trailers on them.  Thanks for understanding and continued thanks to all who contribute to the list.




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