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    Which Classic Westerns would you like to see Remastered to Blu-Ray?

    Cagney was a great song and dance man but he predated Rex in the sprechstimme fach. In fact I would say even Rex sang more than Cagney did in his musicals. Marvin's Wandrin Star is sui generis. Clint Eastwood's I talk to the Trees which he actually sings is just poor. It's like a really bad...
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    Which Classic Westerns would you like to see Remastered to Blu-Ray?

    Well I didn't forget them really I was just noting his mastering of so many genres. They are among the very best in them. Like John Houston directs for the screen a surefire can't miss musical and turns it into a calamity.
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    Which Classic Westerns would you like to see Remastered to Blu-Ray?

    Same for me. I saw parts of it on TV and found it as bad as they say. Then I saw an original roadshow print in 6 track and I thought it was a lot of fun. I especially like the male chorus which is magnificent under Nelson Riddle and in no way can be duplicated on the stage.
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    Which Classic Westerns would you like to see Remastered to Blu-Ray?

    Count me in as a fan of his Wandrin Star. Even remember when he did it on Ed Sullivan.
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    Which Classic Westerns would you like to see Remastered to Blu-Ray?

    Anybody up for a musical? Paint Your Wagon and the 6 track soundtrack is a knock-out.
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    Which Classic Westerns would you like to see Remastered to Blu-Ray?

    I still have no idea how one director did; Counselor at Law The Westerner The Little Foxes Roman Holiday Ben Hur Funny Girl Can we get a 4k of Bite the Bullet which looked so great on the screen at Radio City?
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