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At least with this movie coming from Criterion, we'll get a better transfer than we would have gotten from the TCM/Universal sets.
Too bad Criterion didn't add as a bonus Fritz Lang's other Paramount film "You and Me" (1938).
You and Me. Gangsters sing Kurt Weill's tunes and are directed by Fritz Lang. Why isn't this better known?
I saw it decades ago but seem to recall some of Lang's old world touches in it. Found it very interesting.
Universal probably owns this. Please release it.