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    Submitted for Your Approval: The Long Overdue Release of “Slow Fade to Black” (AKA “Movie Maker”) on DVD/BD

    Probably true, but it's strange that many of the Chrysler Theatre episodes are on Youtube, albeit in poor technical quality. And as with virtually any series, there’s always a few diamonds in the rough. “Slow Fade to Black” had to have been considered one of them as Universal added something...
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    Submitted for Your Approval: The Long Overdue Release of “Slow Fade to Black” (AKA “Movie Maker”) on DVD/BD

    From their FAQs, I clicked "Can I suggest a film?", but Kino replied ambiguously. https://kinolorber.com/faqs[/URL
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    Submitted for Your Approval: The Long Overdue Release of “Slow Fade to Black” (AKA “Movie Maker”) on DVD/BD

    Kino's not always so good with replying, and they never did when I submitted this request a few weeks ago. I'll give it another shot later month.
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    Submitted for Your Approval: The Long Overdue Release of “Slow Fade to Black” (AKA “Movie Maker”) on DVD/BD

    Strangely, the show was also called Universal Star Time Theatre of the Stars https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Hope_Presents_the_Chrysler_Theatre BUT as I posted above, when this reviewer saw the episode he had to arrange to view it at the Paley Center in New York...
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    Submitted for Your Approval: The Long Overdue Release of “Slow Fade to Black” (AKA “Movie Maker”) on DVD/BD

    If Rod Steiger and/or Michael Pataki who played his character as a younger man, had been guilty of "overacting" in some scenes, it hardly detracts from this fine story by Rod Serling and Steven Bochco, which debuted on what was the Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater TV series. Playing older...
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