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Rodney

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Thank god, they've finally started to do two Lewtons on one disc so it can speed up their release. Hopefully, they plan on putting I Walked With A Zombie and The Seventh Victim on one disc too.
Yeah! With this release that leaves just those two left for blu upgrades on the Val Lewton Horror Collection set from 2005.
 

TravisR

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I'm not so sure that one or both of them don't end up at Criterion.
I can't be annoyed if Criterion has either of them but I hope that Warners has them simply because it looks like they'd release a I Walked.../Seventh Victim disc much faster than Criterion would take to release the both of them.
 

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Bedlam has an amazing performance from Karloff,, when I was a kid and watched the ending on the late late late show that final shot of Karloff's face and his fate really creeped me out. This and the Criterion release of High Sierra will make October a great month.
 

Tony Bensley

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Bedlam(a real place in UK, and a word in the language) was banned in UK on release.
Interesting, given the "I'll retire to Bedlam!" line uttered by Ebeneezer Scrooge (Alastair Sim) in the definitive A CHRISTMAS CAROL (1951) cinematic tale! I wonder whether that line was ever excised from the initial UK release?

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