In the latest Dvd Classics Corner podcast, George Feltenstein told Dick Dinman that the the technicolor negatives for Three Little Words are in the house, but they haven't started working on them yet. He also mentioned that it will possible have a late 2022 release.
By the way, anyone knows if...
My most wanted 40's from WB and MGM
- Random Harvest
- A Woman's Face
- Ziegfeld Girl
- Boom Town
- Strange Cargo
- Lady be Good
- Johnny Eager
- The White Cliffs of Dover
-The Three Musketeers
- All this and Heaven too
- Kings Row
- They Died with their...
All 6 pre 1960 titles for me! I am a fan of all of them!
So Fury might be that extra Tracy title Mr. Feltenstein teased about early this year (as San Francisco is not exactly a Tracy movie).
2 more 3 strip technicolor for my collection! They both should look stunning as any other Technicolor...
All these titles (and many more WB Classics) have been listed on phantom pages on Amazon for years. They certainly are not slated for August, with the exception of Shadow of the Thin Man, that has a street date.
I will have to disagree on that one ( And I may be wrong).
Even though it is a good transfer, it is not up to WAC usual standards, as I identified several speckles in the transfer.
In my opinion, these are the titles elegible for WAC bluray releases, all of them presented in pristine...
Good news! Mister Roberts just landed on HBO Max and it has a restored transfer. Beautiful!
Now I am hoping for a triple Wlilliam Powell Bluray release from WAC: Libeled Lady, Life with Father and Mister Roberts!
There are also Ball of Fire (1941) and The Wings of Eagle (1957).
Regarding the two rematered titles (Life with Father and Tennessee Johnson) that were not announced for a BD release next month, I am still hopeful they will be released in November.
Great news for those who love MGM musicals.
In their latest podcast, the great folks from WAC answering my question, informed that they are currently working on musicals starring Eleanor Powell, Fred Astaire and Judy Garland for release on Bluray.
And answering another person, they specifically...
Among the films included in the next TCM Film Festival there are a lot of WB owned titles, most of them presented in film.
But there are three exceptions (among never released on BD) to be presented in DCP: The Bad Seed, High Society and The Opposite Sex. I wonder if this means...