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  1. JoeDoakes

    Your thoughts on Kino-Lorber Blu-rays

    Yes. I would particularly like to see: Beau James (1957) Here Come The Girls (1953) Mating Season (1951) Secret Of The Incas (1954) And also Casanova’s Big Night When Worlds Collide Donovan’s Reef Lifeguard (1976) Phase IV Shane 4K UHD Chinatown 4K UHD
  2. JoeDoakes

    Your thoughts on Kino-Lorber Blu-rays

    Any chance KIno could strike a deal with Paramount? They've done such a great job with Universal, and there are a number of 50s Paramount titles I've always wanted (e.g., Secret of the Incas, The Mating Season).
  3. JoeDoakes

    Your thoughts on Kino-Lorber Blu-rays

    For some reason, The Long Goodbye was ripped out of the recent Kino sale before I could place my order. But it’s back on Amazon Prime so Im going to watch it yet again.
  4. JoeDoakes

    Your thoughts on Kino-Lorber Blu-rays

    My thoughts today were on Kino's 4K release of Some Like it Hot, as "Little Napoleon" Nehemiah Persoff passed away at 102. With memorable roles in countless classic films and tv shows, he had a career few could dream of. By all accounts, he was also a remarkably nice guy.
  5. JoeDoakes

    Your thoughts on Kino-Lorber Blu-rays

    I recall many many years ago watching Siskel and Ebert when they reviewed the then new release The Grey Fox. Of course, they loved it. I never saw the film until just now when I watched my beautiful Kino Blu-ray. I loved it too, but it struck me how much the music and look of the film...
  6. JoeDoakes

    Your thoughts on Kino-Lorber Blu-rays

    Odd choice to put Robert Webber on the cover but not in the press release.
  7. JoeDoakes

    Your thoughts on Kino-Lorber Blu-rays

    Today’s announcement of the card player reminds me. I don’t know who the rights holder is, but some one should track it down so that we can get a good release of Croupier
  8. JoeDoakes

    Your thoughts on Kino-Lorber Blu-rays

    Kino has done such a great job with rarely seen Paramount horrors licensed from Universal, perhaps something can be done with these 30s Columbia films: The Ninth Guest Night of Terror Black Moon Fog
  9. JoeDoakes

    Your thoughts on Kino-Lorber Blu-rays

    With regard to the latest announcement , Counterpoint, didn’t the German military have bigger concerns in 1944 than attacking a symphony orchestra?
  10. JoeDoakes

    Your thoughts on Kino-Lorber Blu-rays

    So I was looking at Kino's June sale, and like most of these things, want more than I can afford to buy. I thought, perhaps others could help me make some decisions. These are the titles that interest me: Against All Flags The Ape Ape 3-D Crossed Swords Dragnet High Plains Drifter Jazz on a...
  11. JoeDoakes

    Your thoughts on Kino-Lorber Blu-rays

    The Paramount titles run out about 1948. Curious to see what the 24 50s titles are. I didn’t know there were so many.
  12. JoeDoakes

    Your thoughts on Kino-Lorber Blu-rays

    If this is an accurate report, I’m not sure on what it was based. The only Bing Crosby starring films released by Kino until Emporers Waltz were Road Pictures with Bob Hope...
  13. JoeDoakes

    Your thoughts on Kino-Lorber Blu-rays

    Was there ever a htf review of the Long Goodbye? Is the kino blu any good?
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