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  1. Robert Crawford

    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    Yup, I got Written on the Wind, Love Affair and Miller's Crossing.
  2. Robert Crawford

    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    Have it your way, but he was a very sick man in 1956, and he died a very painful death so I have my doubts.
  3. Robert Crawford

    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    If you did see it then puritanical and religious would be the last things you would think of her in those late 60s years. Of course, she lived another 26 years so anything can happen when one is getting closer to the end.
  4. Robert Crawford

    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    So Bogart was unimpressed by a film, that he probably never saw the finished movie because he was terminally ill and died the same month it was released.
  5. Robert Crawford

    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    You don’t think we understand those issues are broached in this movie? If you’re upset by some of us using the word “trashy” in describing this movie then that’s just some of us having some fun. For others, it may actually be what they think of the movie which is their opinion that runs...
  6. Robert Crawford

    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    As a fan of the movie, the script is kind of trashy.:)
  7. Robert Crawford

    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    Perhaps, but "Written on the Wind" was released the same month that Bogart died of cancer. I'm not sure Bogart even saw the picture as he was a very sick man after filming was done for that movie.
  8. Robert Crawford

    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    To somewhat quote RAH, why? The restoration was done in 2K.:)
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