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    A Serious Question --- Why Is Sanford And Son and All In The Family Okay And Amos And Andy Not

    In 1983, actor-comedian George Kirby hosted a well-made documentary, Amos 'n' Andy: Anatomy of a Controversy (TV Movie 1983) - IMDb The nearly 40-year-old film has had more than a quarter-million views on YouTube since being uploaded in 2015:
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    General Discussion BFIPlayer Steaming App Now available

    BFI Player Classics is also available on streaming services including Apple TV, Prime Video and Roku, and can be billed directly on those services for $5.99 a month.
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    Blu-ray Review For Me and My Gal Blu-ray Review

    La Fiesta de Santa Barbara (1935) along with all the other extras (including Every Sunday) appeared on the original 2004 DVD release. Looking forward to seeing the Technicolor short in HD and the condition of the source material used for this (hopefully) new transfer.
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    The Wizard of Oz returns to theater with a previously deleted musical number

    "That's Dancing!" opened in theaters on Jan. 18, 1985.
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    UHD Review Singin’ in the Rain UHD Review

    Nearly all the special features found in the 2012 DVD bonus disc are included with the Apple TV digital copy that comes with the new 4K disc.
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    West Side Story – Spielberg remake

    And months after the 2009 Broadway revival opened, most of the Spanish lyric translations were — very quietly — returned to English. https://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/27/theater/27west.html
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    UHD Review A Few Words About A few words about...™ CITIZEN KANE -- in 4k UHD

    Mine, too. Froze at the 50-minute mark. I removed the disc from my Sony UBP-X700, carefully wiped it and the disc played fine.
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    Blu-ray Review A Few Words About A few words about…™ Dinner at Eight – in Blu-ray

    Several typos/misspellings on this Smithsonian page -- including "advertisment" not advertisement in the headline and body. Hopefully, this is correct: "3-color carbro photograph" ...
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    Blu-ray Review A Few Words About A few words about…™ Dinner at Eight – in Blu-ray

    The Smithsonian has catalogued the 1934 Dinner at Eight/Coca-Cola advertisement: Dinner at Eight, Coca Cola advertisment | National Museum of American History (si.edu) DESCRIPTION A Nicholas Muray 3-color carbro photograph ca. 1934. Cast of "Dinner at Eight" in a Coca Cola advertisment. The...
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    Blu-ray Review In the Good Old Summertime Blu-ray Review

    In 2004, Warner Home Video released a four-disc "That's Entertainment" set that contained the three films on single discs, plus a fourth disc of bonus features, including the outtakes and extras. That set is long out of print and the films have been widely available on single DVDs without the...
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    Press Release Warner Archive Press Release: Annie Get Your Gun (1950) (Blu-ray)

    The disclaimer, attached, has also been added to purchased video streams including iTunes, Prime Video and Vudu. Also, three short TCM discussions about the film are now included with the iTunes Extras.
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