Yep, it has a psychedelic art design and they overused Pythonesque animation tricks and cut out the rousing dance section of "Shoeless Joe," in its place, battle footage from old silent movies. But it's easy to find on youtube:
Interested in what they do with Wonka. I always felt the soundtrack was weak. Some of the high end stuff is shrill--the soundtrack can't take properly take strings and woodwinds. But it's always been like that. I think it was released in monaural originally and only remixed to stereo for home...
Yep, now we can have the whole Stargate canon on blu. I'm still holding out on reviews for SG-1.
I was also starting to worry about "Legacies" which a nice show and a worthy follow up to its two parent series. This season is overdue by about 4 or 5 months. Went ahead and pre-ordered it, and it...
I like bad movies that I used to watch on HBO over and over in the 80s. Kino has put out a lot of those, but I still need:
The Pirate Movie
Both probably unlikely because they're both owned by Disney. But I wonder if maybe one of these Disney will stoop to license out titles...
Quite agreed. I never thought of that solution before. I still don't think it would have been a classic if Spock was the one who shanghaied the Enterprise into that situation, but it would have played a lot more smoothly.
Little interest in Grind house, Schlock or exploitation films and of course that's what everybody else seems to want these days. Once in a while Kino will put out a really crummy comedy that I saw on HBO a thousand times, and I will buy it. Otherwise, I want the classics, which TT delivered...
I think June Allyson is the only MGM star I ever actually met. She was a sweetie; she came into a department store I was working at in the 80s. Gave me her autograph which I still have. And what was interesting about it, is that I literally had learned her name for the first time in my life just...
I can outlive this box o'junk. I don't care what they do. And I also don't think it's easy to watch these types of compilations because they skip around in years and directors. I had a hard time sitting through the Golden collections because of this.
There's still a lot of MGM Technicolor musicals I'd like to see. The list is getting smaller though.
Annie Get Your Gun
DuBarry Was a Lady
The Student Prince
Two Weeks With Love
Any fans of that last one? It's a great family comedy in the...