I just tried pre-ordering this like Flashgear and Superclark but, although the above link works, it won’t do anything when i click on the page. It just says ‘temporarily out of stock’.
Any advice? I don’t want to miss this one again.
Ordered my copy several weeks ago.
Regarding Bosley Crowther’s review copied above: surely George Pal had nothing to do with The Three Worlds of Gulliver which was a Charles H Schneer production for Columbia. Maybe Crowther was thinking of tom thumb.
Can I ask UK members how they will be importing Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm? I’ve looked at Amazon and WOW and with VAT they both come out at nearly £30 so I guess that means there could be import duty on top of that(?).
Any ideas would be welcome, thanks.
Yes, and so was El Cid. Only 55 Days at Peking seems to have made it to the clever remastering folks at Pinewood. One can only hope that Rimini will prove as expert - although I realise it doesn’t necessarily mean that Rimini have done any remastering themselves.
So does El Cid - and Fall of The Roman Empire (which appears in a similar unhappy condition) - need a remastering or an actual restoration to produce something like what we now have for Spartacus and Ben-Hur? And on physical copies too.
In answer to DeWilson’s question, I’m not sure that Stagecoach West ever played in the UK. It also doesn’t seem to have been mentioned in the Western Film and TV annual which gave a yearly round-up of westerns appearing on UK cinemas and TVs for about 10 years starting in the early 1950s. The...