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#61 of 115 OFFLINE   Keith Cobby

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Posted August 16 2013 - 05:15 AM

More Kim Novak please.



#62 of 115 ONLINE   RolandL

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Posted August 16 2013 - 06:14 AM

Any of the 1953 3-D films. TT mentioned they would be doing one in 2014.


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#63 of 115 OFFLINE   Richard--W

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Posted August 16 2013 - 06:28 AM

Yeah I started the thread with Columbia's 3-D films.



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Posted August 16 2013 - 10:21 AM

Yeah I started the thread with Columbia's 3-D films.

 

You missed Mad Magician. It's probably going to be Mad Magician or Miss Sadie Thompson for their first 3D title. Maybe they could include one or both of the 3 Stooges shorts in 3D. 


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Posted August 16 2013 - 10:27 AM

No, I didn't miss The Mad Magician. I left it out deliberately because I'm tired of it. There are other 3-D films I'd rather see released before The Mad Magician. Like Gun Fury or Miss Sadie Thompson, for example.



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Posted August 16 2013 - 11:41 AM

No, I didn't miss The Mad Magician. I left it out deliberately because I'm tired of it. There are other 3-D films I'd rather see released before The Mad Magician. Like Gun Fury or Miss Sadie Thompson, for example.

 

I have never seen The Mad Magician. Is it that bad? Miss Sadie Thompson would be a better choice.


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Posted August 16 2013 - 12:12 PM

The Mad Magician is quite good, actually. You're bound to enjoy it. I've just seen it too often and there are more interesting 3-D films that I would like to study technically. Miss Sadie Thompson for example, is the most abbreviated of the three adaptations of Somerset Maugham's novel. Some people think it chickens out. I might criticize the script for condensing too much of the story, but what it does is just fine. As comfortable as I am with with genre and cult films, it is a refreshing change of pace to watch an adult drama in 3-D that isn't a horror film. Raoul Walsh's GUN FURY was shot in the red-rock country of Sedona, Arizona which alone is sufficient reason to release it in 3-D yesterday. The stereoscopic photography is artfully done, the prolonged chase across the landscape is suspenseful and a visual pleasure, and the story intelligently told. One of the better westerns of the decade. Raoul Walsh was no slouch when it comes to strong character interaction, violent action and a suspenseful chase.



#68 of 115 OFFLINE   Bob Cashill

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Posted August 16 2013 - 01:08 PM

I'm guessing the REMAINS OF THE DAY Blu coming from the UK will be region-free, and at $13 it's reasonably priced.



#69 of 115 OFFLINE   Jon Hertzberg

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Posted August 19 2013 - 01:20 PM

Another vote for the Boetticher - Scott cycle.  That would be one of my all-time holy grail sets, supplanting the current DVD iteration.

 

AMERICAN POP

WHITE LINE FEVER

GLORIA

THE EYES OF LAURA MARS

BUSTER AND BILLIE

THE BURGLARS

FAT CITY

THE CRIMSON KIMONO

NIGHTFALL

FEAR OVER THE CITY aka THE NIGHT CALLER

CASTLE KEEP



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Posted August 20 2013 - 11:11 AM

Here's my long list of Sony titles I'd love to see on Blu-ray.  Yeah, probably not a snowball's chance on many, but I'd certainly buy every one of them.

 

13 GHOSTS (Original)

THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON

ADVISE & CONSENT

ALL THE KING'S MEN (1949)

AMERICAN MADNESS

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT

APT PUPIL

AVALON

BEWITCHED (TV SERIES)

THE BIG PICTURE (Kevin Bacon)

BITTER TEA OF GENERAL YEN

THE BLOB (1988)

BORN FREE / LIVING FREE

BOSTON BLACKIE Film Series

THE BOYS IN COMPANY C

BUCHANAN RIDES ALONE

BUCK AND THE PREACHER

THE BURGLARS (1971) *Best car chase ever!!

THE BURNS AND ALLEN SHOW (TV Series)

THE CAMP ON BLOOD ISLAND

CANDY MAN

THE CASE AGAINST BROOKLYN

THE CHASE (1966)

COLUMBIA COLOR RHAPSODIES / COLUMBIA PHANTASIES (Cartoon Shorts)

CRIME DOCTOR Film Series

CURSE OF THE DEMON

DAMN THE DEFIANT

DEAD RECKONING

DRACULA, DEAD AND LOVING IT

THE DREAM MERCHANTS (TV Miniseries)

EDGE OF ETERNITY

THE EYES OF LAURA MARS

GIDEON OF SCOTLAND YARD

GILDA

GO WEST YOUNG LADY

THE GORGON

THE HARDER THEY FALL

HARRIET CRAIG

HERE COMES MR. JORDAN

HOMICIDAL

I AM THE LAW

IN A LONELY PLACE

IT SHOULD HAPPEN TO YOU

JOHNNY ALLEGRO

THE JOLSON STORY / JOLSON SINGS AGAIN

THE LAST DETAIL

THE LINEUP

LONE WOLF Film Series

THE LONG GRAY LINE

THE LONG HAUL

LORD JIM

LOST HORIZON (1937)

LOST IN YONKERS

THE MAD MAGICIAN (In 3-D)

THE MAN FROM COLORADO

THE MAN FROM LARAMIE

MAN'S CASTLE

MATINEE IDOL

MIRACLE WOMAN

MISS SADIE THOMPSON (In 3-D)

THE MOB

A MODERN ROMANCE

THE MONKEES (TV Series)

THE MORE THE MERRIER

MOSCOW ON THE HUDSON

MOTHMAN PROPHECIES

MR. DEEDS GOES TO TOWN

MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON

MURDER BY DEATH

THE NEW CENTURIONS

NONE SHALL ESCAPE

OKLAHOMA CRUDE

OLIVER!

ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS

PEPE

PETTY GIRL

PUSHOVER

REVENGE OF FRANKENSTEIN

ROAD TO BALI (Sony now owns this Hope/Crosby Road Picture)

THE ROAD TO WELLVILLE

SCANDAL SHEET

SEE NO EVIL (1971)

THE SEVEN LITTLE FOYS (Sony now owns this Bob Hope Picture)

Short Subject Series:  3 STOOGES, ANDY CLYDE, CHARLEY CHASE, BUSTER KEATON, SCREEN SNAPSHOTS

THE SNORKEL

THE SOLID GOLD CADILLAC

SON OF PALEFACE

STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN aka A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH

STIR CRAZY

THE STONE KILLER

STRAIT-JACKET

SUBMARINE

THE SWORD OF SHERWOOD FOREST

TALK OF THE TOWN

TIME OUT FOR RHYTHM

THE TINGLER

THE TROUBLE WITH ANGELS

THE TWO-HEADED SPY

WALK A CROOKED MILE

WALK, DON'T RUN

THE WAY OF THE STRONG

WHAT'S BUZZIN' COUSIN?

THE WHISTLER Film Series

WHITLE LINE FEVER

THE WHOLE TOWN'S TALKING

WOMEN IN PRISON

THE WRONG BOX

YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU

YOU WERE NEVER LOVELIER


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#71 of 115 OFFLINE   Moe Dickstein

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Posted August 20 2013 - 12:53 PM

Oliver is already announced for TT
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#72 of 115 OFFLINE   Richard--W

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Posted August 27 2013 - 03:59 PM

I've been reading the history of filming in Sedona, Arizona --

 

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before the landscape gave way to progress. Out of 90+ feature films Gene Autry only made two in color, THE STRAWBERRY ROAN (Columbia, 1948) and THE BIG SOMBRERO (Columbia, 1949). Of the two, THE STRAWBERRY ROAN was partially shot in Sedona, one of the earliest color films to show the red rock country, and on the same sets and locales as THE ANGEL AND THE BADMAN (1947). Both were fully restored and released by Image on DVD. Those are oop and going for insane prices:

 

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I should have bought it when the Autry series were two for $5.

 

Twilight Time might want to consider releasing THE STRAWBERRY ROAN on blu. I can afford one of those per month.



#73 of 115 OFFLINE   Jon Hertzberg

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Posted August 27 2013 - 06:35 PM

AARON LOVES ANGELA + Jose Feliciano score.


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#74 of 115 OFFLINE   Billy Batson

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Posted August 28 2013 - 08:56 AM

How about:

 

THE LONG SHIPS 1964

 

I saw this at the cinema when I was 13 & thought it was the best thing ever. I don't think that anymore, but I do have a soft spot for it. It was shot in Technirama 70 & 6 track stereo (but I'm not sure if it was ever released in stereo), so it could look & sound fantastic. I'd have no trouble paying Twilight Time prices for it.


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#75 of 115 OFFLINE   ahollis

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Posted August 28 2013 - 01:09 PM

Mackenna's Gold will be welcomed.
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#76 of 115 OFFLINE   Ed Lachmann

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Posted August 30 2013 - 11:07 AM

Would LOVE just a few more of these colorful wide-screen historical epics in blu-ray, as they look SO much better in HD.  Many of us older folk who loved them so as kids just wish you'd toss us a crust of bread from time to time:

BARABBAS

SALOME

THE LONG SHIPS

LORD JIM

A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS


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#77 of 115 OFFLINE   Richard--W

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Posted October 18 2013 - 04:31 AM

The first serious and historical Robin Hood film written by playwright James Goldman, a bittersweet romance, reuniting Sean Connery with Robert Shaw, and with a John Barry score to die for:

 

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Posted October 18 2013 - 05:12 AM

Robin and Marian is an excellent choice.

 

Maybe TT could include Michel Legrand´s unused score. 10 cues have been released on French CD:

http://www.amazon.fr...ks_all_1#disc_1

 

 

 

Other wishes:

 

 

13 GHOSTS (Original)


BITTER TEA OF GENERAL YEN


THE BURGLARS (1971) - note: there are two different cuts of this film. The longer one is available on German DVD ("Der Coup").

CURSE OF THE DEMON
 

CASTLE KEEP

 

TALL T

 

COMANCHE STATION

 

BUCHANAN RIDES ALONE

EDGE OF ETERNITY

GILDA

HERE COMES MR. JORDAN

IN A LONELY PLACE

THE LINEUP

THE LONG GRAY LINE

THE LONG HAUL

LORD JIM

THE MAN FROM LARAMIE

MAN'S CASTLE

THE MORE THE MERRIER

MOSCOW ON THE HUDSON

THE NEW CENTURIONS

ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS

PEPE

PUSHOVER

THE ROAD TO WELLVILLE

STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN aka A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH

THE STONE KILLER

TALK OF THE TOWN

THE WHOLE TOWN'S TALKING

THE WRONG BOX

YOU WERE NEVER LOVELIER
 



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Posted October 18 2013 - 05:35 AM

Roadshow version of PEPE?
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Posted October 18 2013 - 07:32 AM

PEPE - an all star cast, a bit like Won Ton Ton. I have seen it just the once and that will do for me!







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