The 1935 films in my disc/digital library
The 39 Steps (+HD Digital)
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...
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.
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...
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...