I have chosen to show "Golddiggers of 1933" as the inaugural film to show off my new home theater built to replicate the 1920 movie palaces. Completed with stunning DECO proscenium arch, gold contour curtain, and sheer traveler and surrounding atmospherics. Still working on sound balance and navigating multiple remotes.
Probably been answered before, but finally got around to viewing tCriterion edition of It's a Mad(4) World, and your work, as always is invaluable- great to a least hear the audio of the Keaton-Tracy and Barry Chase scenes with the stills. Still wondering, however, as apparently it's never been recovered, what the sequence was with Howard DaSilva, Phil Silvers and the mine, and where was it placed in the edit?
Regarding the 1950 unreleased film “Hello God” with Errol Flynn. From Wikipedia: this was a lost film, but in 2013 it was discovered in the basement of the court of New York City. 2 of 7 cans of the movie had deteriorated, but five survived and are at the George Eastman House film archive for restoration.
Are you aware of this film? do you know of any restoration work underway?
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At long last, Scott of the Antarctic has been beautifully restored, and I would love to hear your thoughts on the (unfortunately) Region 2 Blu-ray. I have a few Blu-rays not available in the US and wish the studios could work out their rights issues.
1. Why has LOVE WITH THE PROPER STRANGER been languishing in a VHS sourced 1.37 version? Nominated for 5 Oscars. A subject matter that is still very much controversial. It was never on DVD..... A Blu Ray would be extraordinary.
2. I purchased the Blu Ray of the "restored" LION IN WINTER in the UK. The sound mix is a disaster. Is there a chance that the problem can be rectified before a US release?.
I would like to ask you 2 questions, but if you are too busy, I wont be mad
1. I study photography and I chose to do an assignment on DIGITAL and ANALOGUE restoration.Can you reccomend (preferably) some books or internet sites to me?
2. I would like to contact Warner Archive-do you know any address that I could write to?-I tried Facebook and other networks,but no answer.