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#381 of 396 ONLINE   atfree

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Posted Yesterday, 08:00 AM

Come on Criterion.  Let's continue the large format releases like Khartoum which you released last year!  How about an uncut MacKenna's Gold for starters!  What happened to the elements of Porgy and Bess and The Big Fisherman?

As I've stated before, I'm all in for MacKenna's Gold. I think a BD of this would be spectacular from TT!


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#382 of 396 ONLINE   trajan

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Posted Yesterday, 09:06 AM

Oohhh.....nice!

Love to see MAN FOR ALL SEASONS---. LION IN WINTER???  You hinted on Facebook we might also be getting MISSISSIPPI BURNING or HAWAII.  Regards, Larry Bender.



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Posted Yesterday, 09:44 AM

Love to see MAN FOR ALL SEASONS---. LION IN WINTER???  You hinted on Facebook we might also be getting MISSISSIPPI BURNING or HAWAII.  Regards, Larry Bender.

The Lion in WInter has been released in other regions (including a region-free release in Spain... http://www.amazon.es...=A1AT7YVPFBWXBL so hopefully this bodes well for a US release soon.


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#384 of 396 OFFLINE   Paul Rossen

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Posted Yesterday, 12:14 PM

Watch this space! :)

Re: A Man For All Seasons. Good blu news indeed!



#385 of 396 OFFLINE   John Hodson

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Posted Yesterday, 01:53 PM

Lord, I love this film, from Georges Delerue's absolutely gorgeous score, to Robert Bolt's perfect screenplay and Paul Scofield's majestic performance. I am so in.


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#386 of 396 OFFLINE   Twilight Time

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Posted Yesterday, 02:59 PM

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Regarding A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS, we have no scheduled release date yet, but are hopeful of mid-2015. Grover and his stellar team are currently prepping the restoration, and so you all know the results will be more than worth the wait!


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#387 of 396 ONLINE   Billy Batson

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Posted Yesterday, 03:11 PM

Regarding A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS, we have no scheduled release date yet, but are hopeful of mid-2015. Grover and his stellar team are currently prepping the restoration, and so you all know the results will be more than worth the wait!

 

That's good news, as this was on the telly in (so called) HD a while ago & it looked pretty awful, so looking forward to seeing the real thing.



#388 of 396 OFFLINE   Brandon Conway

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Posted Yesterday, 03:25 PM

Regarding A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS, we have no scheduled release date yet, but are hopeful of mid-2015. Grover and his stellar team are currently prepping the restoration, and so you all know the results will be more than worth the wait!

 

Hope it works out, as that would be just in time for all the Orson Welles Centennial celebrations that are happening next summer. :)


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#389 of 396 ONLINE   Billy Batson

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Posted Yesterday, 03:41 PM

Hope it works out, as that would be just in time for all the Orson Welles Centennial celebrations that are happening next summer. :)

 

Ah, & next year is the Frank Sinatra Centenary as well.


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#390 of 396 OFFLINE   Keith Cobby

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Posted Yesterday, 04:20 PM

Regarding A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS, we have no scheduled release date yet, but are hopeful of mid-2015. Grover and his stellar team are currently prepping the restoration, and so you all know the results will be more than worth the wait!

Thank you.



#391 of 396 OFFLINE   JohnMor

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Posted Yesterday, 08:57 PM

Regarding A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS, we have no scheduled release date yet, but are hopeful of mid-2015. Grover and his stellar team are currently prepping the restoration, and so you all know the results will be more than worth the wait!

 

This announcement has made me a VERY happy man!



#392 of 396 OFFLINE   Michel_Hafner

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Posted Today, 01:18 AM

Which means it's a 4K restoration. I want a 4K BD.  :)



#393 of 396 ONLINE   Persianimmortal

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Posted Today, 04:33 AM

Ah, & next year is the Frank Sinatra Centenary as well.

 

Correct, we need more Sinatra on Blu - The Tender Trap and Some Came Running are two classic Sinatra films that look quite good on DVD, so they should be ready for release on Blu. Do it for Ol' Blue Eyes :)



#394 of 396 OFFLINE   RolandL

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Posted Today, 05:53 AM

I really enjoyed Man in the Dark. Hoping for another 3D title in 2015. Maybe The Mad Magician, Fort TI or Miss Sadie Thompson? Adding one or two of the Three Stooges 3D shorts to a title would be a bonus.


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#395 of 396 ONLINE   bruceames

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Posted Today, 09:01 AM

I enjoyed Man in the Dark too.    An classic example of an average film being enhanced by great 3D effects.



#396 of 396 OFFLINE   Kyrsten Brad

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Posted Today, 10:10 AM

Correct, we need more Sinatra on Blu - The Tender Trap and Some Came Running are two classic Sinatra films that look quite good on DVD, so they should be ready for release on Blu. Do it for Ol' Blue Eyes :)

And don't forget Anchors Aweigh, On The Town and Take Me Out To The Ball Game .





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