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Pick 3 Titles From Each Studio That You Would Like To See On Blu-Ray 2012-2013


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#21 of 85 OFFLINE   cineMANIAC

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Posted June 27 2011 - 12:45 AM

I assume we're picking only from the studios whose logos appear at the beginning?.

My list: (Never-before-available on Blu):


Fox

Von Ryan's Express

8 Million Ways To Die (CBS/Fox released on VHS) - not sure if Fox still has this one.

The Driver


Paramount

Breakdown

Escape From Alcatraz (remastered)

Dr. Terror's House of Horrors


Warner

Electric Dreams


Universal

Iceman

Death Becomes Her

They Live


Columbia

Candyman

Christine

The Seventh Sign


Disney

Can't Buy Me Love

Just One Of the Guys

Deep Rising


and even though MGM is not among the studios listed, I'd like to see these films get the Blu treatment:

Delta Force (a full-blown SE)

Runaway Train

The Last Man on Earth


I made it a point not to list double dips/stuff already released on Blu and films known to be coming soon.



 

 


#22 of 85 OFFLINE   Yorkshire

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Posted June 27 2011 - 12:48 AM

MGM


Woody Allen's Annie Hall

Woody Allen's Manhattan

Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanours
 

Sony


A Matter of Life and Death

A Matter of Life and Death

A Matter of Life and Death


Hope Sony didn't miss that one.


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#23 of 85 OFFLINE   dana martin

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Posted June 27 2011 - 12:52 AM

20th Century Fox

Raul Walsh’s The Big Trail Grandeur

Charlie Chan Collections

Alfred Hitchcock’s Lifeboat


Anchor Bay/Starz

Ilsa, She Wolf Collection

Sleuth

The Wicker Man


Blue Underground

Suspiria

God Told Me To

Fight For Your Life


Columbia / Sony

It Happened One Night

A Matter Of Life And Death

A Man For All Seasons


The Criterion Collection

Apu Trilogy

Detour

Decalogue


Disney

Song Of The South

Jungle Book

Mary Poppins


Image

Twilight Zone 1985 (same treatment as original series)

Ecasty

Sparrows


Kino

The Navigator

The Thief of Bagdad 1924

Intolerance


Lionsgate

Invasion Of The Body Snatchers

High Noon

Bells Of St Mary’s


MGM

Ball Of Fire

Woman In The Window

Lion In Winter


Paramount

Wings

Shane

Stalag 17


Synapses Films

Leni Riefenstahl Propaganda Box (Triumph Of Will, Olympia Part 1, Olympia Part 2)

Twins Of Evil

Sex & Fury


Warner Brothers

Mister Roberts

Yankee Doodle Dandy

Bringing Up Baby



Universal

Dracula 1931

Harvey

Duck Soup 


Playing at the Drive In

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#24 of 85 OFFLINE   GMpasqua

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Posted June 27 2011 - 02:12 AM

Twentieth Century Fox


Hello, Dolly! (70MM)

Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines (70MM)

Can-Can (70MM)



MGM


 Man of La Mancha

One, Two, Three

The Great Escape



Paramount


My Fair Lady

Li'l Abner

Scrooge



Warner Brothers


Gypsy

The Great Race

Finian's Rainbow




Universal


Sweet Charity

To Kill A Mockingbird

The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Director's cut)



Sony


Oliver!

1776 (Completely restored with all trims)

Bye Bye Birdie


Walt Disney


Mary Poppins

The Jungle Book

Bedknobs & Broomsticks 


Criterion

 

A Matter of Life and Death

Spartacus




#25 of 85 OFFLINE   Erik_H

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Posted June 27 2011 - 02:12 AM


Disney:   "Mary Poppins,"  "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" and "Aladdin"


Columbia/Sony:  "Funny Girl," "Oliver!" and "1776"


20th Century Fox:   "Hello, Dolly!,"  "The King and I" and "Cleopatra"


Paramount:  "Chinatown," "Paper Moon" and "My Fair Lady"


Warner Bros.:   "Around the World in 80 Days," "The Bandwagon" and "The Great Race"


Universal:   "The Sting,"  "Sweet Charity" and a remastered "Out of Africa"


MGM:   "Annie Hall," "Manhattan" and "On Her Majesty's Secret Service"

             


#26 of 85 OFFLINE   GJN

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Posted June 27 2011 - 02:53 AM

Lionsgate:


El Cid

Fall of the Roman Empire

55 Days at Peking


Disney:


20,000 Leagues under the Sea

Mary Poppins



#27 of 85 OFFLINE   Cinescott

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Posted June 27 2011 - 03:23 AM

Twentieth Century Fox

Norma Rae
The Verdict
The Man From Snowy River


Paramount


An Officer and a Gentleman
Marathon Man
Ordinary People


Warner Brothers


Days of Wine and Roses

Lost in America
Running on Empty


Universal


The Sting
Smokey and the Bandit
Midnight Run


Sony/Columbia Pictures


The Way We Were

The Remains of The Day
The Electric Horseman


Disney

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
The Journey of Natty Gann
Never Cry Wolf



.......and for whomever owns it: On Golden Pond (Lions Gate?)





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#28 of 85 OFFLINE   Dave GR

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Posted June 27 2011 - 04:08 AM

Hopefully I have all the films attributed to the correct studio ....


FOX


Laura

Don't Say a Word

Turistas


MGM


The Alamo (John Wayne's)

Notorious

Kill Me Again


PARAMOUNT


To Catch a Thief

El Dorado

Twilight (the Newman/Hackman/Sarandon neo-noir, not the teen vampire film)


WARNER BROS.


Dial M for Murder

A Perfect Murder

Get Carter (71)


SONY


Experiment in Terror

Ghostbusters II

Someone to Watch Over Me


DISNEY


Rocketeer

Sword in the Stone


UNIVERSAL


Rear Window

Vertigo

Cape Fear (62)


LIONSGATE


Invasion of the Bodysnatchers (56)



... and whomever owns The Limey.



#29 of 85 OFFLINE   trajan

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Posted June 27 2011 - 04:49 AM

UNIVERSAL-  SWEET CHARITY-  AIRPORT-TODD-AO-   ALWAYS



#30 of 85 OFFLINE   RCinOttawa

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Posted June 27 2011 - 04:57 AM

COLUMBIA/SONY

Annie

Barabbas

Used Cars


DISNEY

The Big Fisherman

Mary Poppins

The Parent Trap (1961)


FOX

Cleopatra

9 to 5

The Poseidon Adventure


MGM

It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World – Roadshow version

The Spy Who Loved Me

A View to a Kill


PARAMOUNT

My Fair Lady

The High and the Mighty

Who’s Minding the Store?


UNIVERSAL

Airport ‘77

The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas

Earthquake


WARNER BROS

Raintree County

Ryan’s Daughter

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers 



#31 of 85 OFFLINE   MatthewA

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Posted June 27 2011 - 06:25 AM

I'm leaving out stuff that's confirmed (we all know Lawrence of Arabia is coming, it's just a question of when)


20th Century Fox:

All That Jazz

Hello, Dolly!

The King and I


Disney

Bedknobs and Broomsticks

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

Pollyanna


MGM

It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World (roadshow version, assuming it can still be done)

Judgement at Nuremberg

The Producers (1968)


Paramount

Airplane!

My Fair Lady

To Catch A Thief


Sony

1776 (all cuts via seamless branching, a la Close Encounters of the Third Kind)

Annie

Oliver!


Universal

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

Flower Drum Song

Vertigo


Warner Bros.

Cabaret

A Face in the Crowd

​Kiss Me Kate (in 3-D)


Enough is enough, Disney. No more evasions or excuses. We DEMAND the release Song of the South on Blu-ray along with the uncut version of Bedknobs and Broomsticks on Blu-ray. I will not support anything your company produces until then.


#32 of 85 OFFLINE   chriszilla

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Posted June 27 2011 - 06:35 AM

My list above (post #18) needs the following amendments:



1) Danger: Diabolik was accidentally left off of the Paramount entry.


2) I forgot about the uncut, 100 min. version of One Million Years B.C. (1966) That would replace Journey To The Center Of The Earth on the FOX list if I have to be limited to 3.



#33 of 85 OFFLINE   juanell

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Posted June 27 2011 - 06:39 AM

FOX:


Barton Fink


Paramount


To Catch A Thief

The Ghost and The Darkness

Gunfight at the ok corral


Warner Bros


Under the Cherry Moon

Until the End Of The World

The Hudsucker Proxy

The Fountainhead


Universal


Vertigo

Play Misty For Me

High PLains Drifter


Sony


The Man from Laramie

Anatomy of a Murder

Ride Lonesome

Used Cars


Disney


Popeye

Ed Wood

Who Framed Roger Rabbit




#34 of 85 OFFLINE   Writer-dad

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Posted June 27 2011 - 07:34 AM






Twentieth Century Fox

In America

Hoffa

The King of Comedy


MGM
Manhunter

The Living Daylights

Annie Hall

Paramount
The Keep

The Naked Gun

Elizabethtown


Warner Brothers
Singles

The American President

Spartan


Universal

The Underneath

Cape Fear (Scorsese)

To Kill a Mockingbird


Sony

Panic Room

Bad Boys 2

Ali


Walt Disney
The Insider

Kundun

The Color of Money



#35 of 85 OFFLINE   ChrisCook

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Posted June 27 2011 - 08:34 AM

Paramount


Scrooge


Universal


Flash of Genius


Sony


The Freshman (1990)


This will have to be rather short as my computer is on its way out and I'm in the process of getting a new one.



#36 of 85 OFFLINE   Stephen_J_H

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Posted June 27 2011 - 09:50 AM

Fox

Fantastic Voyage

Breaking Away

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Warner/New Line

The Fearless Vampire Killers

Around the World in 80 Days (Todd-AO 30fps please)

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

Universal

Josie & the Pussycats

Airport

Amazon Women on the Moon

Paramount

The Indiana Jones Trilogy

Danger: Diabolik

Dead Again

Sony

My Girl

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Panic Room

Disney

The Black Hole

Song of the South (it's a pipe dream; I know)

Splash

MGM

UHF

Our Mother's House (not sure if this is now with Warner, but would love to see a release in ANY format)

Leviathan


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#37 of 85 OFFLINE   Scott D S

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Posted June 27 2011 - 10:11 AM

With one exception, I'm avoiding "double-dips."


PARAMOUNT

Star Trek: The Motion Picture - The Director's Edition

Airplane!

Congo (it's a guilty pleasure!)


MGM

The Great Escape

The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension

The Producers


SONY

Stripes (with better implementation of the extended version)

Ghostbusters II (with the correct Roman numeral "II", not the number "2")


WB

Innerspace

Executive Decision

Dial M For Murder


FOX

Trapped in Paradise

The Abyss

True Lies


DISNEY

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Dick Tracy


UNIVERSAL
Duck Soup

Sneakers

Sixteen Candles


CRITERION

Brazil

Brazil

Brazil



#38 of 85 OFFLINE   moviepas

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Posted June 27 2011 - 10:24 AM

Hard to add to as the list sort of adds up that among the replies some titles are coming up over and over again and most are my calls also. Singin' in the Rain is slotted as being on Blu Ray in 2012 and I am still awaiting the WB Showboat Blu & DVD box sets that were promised by George F for an anniversary of the stage show opening in 1927. No further word on that one. I believe Fox is planning or working on their Liz Taylor Cleopatra.


Yankee Doodle Dandy was one of the earliest in colorized editions but I am not wanting that one but a nice Blu Ray b&w would be welcome. With extras on Cohan etc added.

State Fair(1945). But a box with all three versions would be better. Never seen a release of the 1933 but it appears to have been restored.

Centennial Summer(1945). Fox. I have no idea why this has never been available before.

Any of the Fox color musicals, perhaps a box set with several would go down nice.

Oliver! Columbia musical.

I would also go for Columbia's Pepe with Cantinflas but it was not a box office success to my knowledge but I like the film and it has not had a Home video release to date.


It's all down to money and what's available, I guess



#39 of 85 OFFLINE   Andrew Budgell

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Posted June 27 2011 - 10:45 AM

COLUMBIA/SONY

The Taming of the Shrew (1967)

Suddenly, Last Summer (1959)
Doctor Faustus


DISNEY

Mary Poppins
Bedknobs and Broomsticks
Cinderella



FOX

Cleopatra (1963)

The Blue Bird (1976)
My Cousin Rachel


MGM

Rebecca
I Could Go On Singing
A Child is Waiting


PARAMOUNT

A Place in the Sun
Ash Wednesday
My Fair Lady



UNIVERSAL

Boom! (1968)
Secret Ceremony (1967)
There's One Born Every Minute (1942)


WARNER BROS

Raintree County (1957)
Giant (1956)
National Velvet (1944)




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Posted June 27 2011 - 11:53 AM

Sony

The Lady from Shanghai

A Man for All Seasons

El Padrecito


Fox

Just Imagine (1930)

The Big Trail (1930 - remastered 1.20:1 and 65mm 2.10:1 versions)

Waking Ned [Devine]


Paramount

The Court Jester

Mouse Hunt (Dreamworks)

Danger: Diabolik


Disney

My Neighbor Totoro

Treasure Island (1950)

Who Framed Roger Rabbit


MGM

Yellow Submarine

The Lion in Winter

The Producers (1968)


Universal

Rear Window

They Might Be Giants

The Day of the Jackal


Warner

The Hudsucker Proxy

Greed

The Haunting (1963)


Lionsgate

Blackmail (via StudioCanal)

The Quiet Man (via Republic/Paramount)

Republic Serials (especially Spy Smasher)


Kino

The Man Who Laughs

Intolerance

Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors


Criterion

The Royal Tenenbaums

Mr. Hulot's Holiday

F for Fake


Misc Studios

Le Roi et L'oiseau (R2 French is StudioCanal, but R2 Japanese is Ghibli)

Help! (Apple/Capitol)

Russian Ark (no idea - R1 just went OOP from Fox Lorber)