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  1. Robert Crawford

    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    I actually forgot a bunch of titles so now it's updated with those omitted films. There might even be some more films I'm missing as I'm trying to do this with DVD Profiler.
  2. Robert Crawford

    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    The 1935 films in my disc/digital library On Blu-ray: The 39 Steps (+HD Digital) Becky Sharp The Bride of Frankenstein (+ HD Digital) Call of the Wild Crime and Punishment The Devil is a Woman The Gilded Lily The Girl from Marsh Croft The Good Fairy Hands Across the Table The Lives of a Bengal...
  3. Robert Crawford

    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    Right now, we don't know which missing titles are with Criterion.
  4. Robert Crawford

    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    The only thing I know is that George Feltenstein has been mentioning the viability of ROI more often during his recent podcast appearances. Furthermore, restoration is one expense, but releasing titles onto Blu-ray is another expense that needs to return some profitability.
  5. Robert Crawford

    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    TBH, I see only 4-5 of the mentioned films having a realistic chance to being profitable enough and that might be optimistic on my part.
  6. Robert Crawford

    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    Profitability is the key factor for any of these 1935 movies making it to Blu-ray. Some nice film titles were mentioned, but how many of them will actually make WA a profit so they can release more titles on Blu-ray later on? That’s what George Feltenstein and his bosses have to consider in...
  7. Robert Crawford

    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    That’s another 1935 title possibility.
  8. Robert Crawford

    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    We’re talking about 1935 movies possibly being released on Blu-ray in this particular thread.
  9. Robert Crawford

    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    Well, George Feltenstein already stated during one of "The Extras" podcast that he recently viewed a 1935 movie that's been worked on by WA. If I had to guess, it's one of the first three movies you mentioned in your post. Personally, I hope it's "Captain Blood", but WA loves to release...
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