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Fritz Lang's "Man Hunt"- Olive or Twilight?

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Posted September 17 2013 - 06:01 AM

One of my favorite, albeit lesser known, Lang films. Saw it first at age 8 (circa 1971) on my local TV stations old "Dialing for Dollars" program (they showed a movie and called random viewers during commercial breaks for $ prizes).


Since it took forever (2009 I believe) for Fox to put out a quality DVD version, I was wondering if this might be a fit for either Olive Films or Twilight Time. Not sure about what they each have rights to.....


The DVD transfer was pretty good, so hopefully some good elements survive.


I would add this to my collection in a nanosecond!

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Posted September 17 2013 - 06:03 AM

Twilight definitely.

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