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  1. Robert Harris

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Our Hospitality - in Blu-ray

    Our Hospitality, produced in 1923, was Buster Keaton's first true feature film, and in viewing, one can see that old gags used in shorts have been toned down for feature length product, but the continual growth of Mr. Keaton as an artist toward future features. As a now almost hundred year-old...
  2. J

    Kino-Lorber ABC Pictures Releases With Original MPAA Ratings

    I took advantage of Kino Lorber's sale and bought "Zachariah" and "Kotch" and noticed the both have their original MPAA ratings at the beginning. Are there any more "ABC Pictures Corp." titles that have these. I want to know before the sale expires. Thanks.
  3. t1g3r5fan

    The Appaloosa - Blu-ray Review

    t1g3r5fan submitted a new blog post The Appaloosa - Blu-ray Review Continue reading the Original Blog Post.
  4. Robert Harris

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ The Lodger (1944) -- in Blu-ray

    John Brahm's The Lodger, like his Undying Monster, also available via Kino Lorber on Blu-ray, is an atmospheric piece. This unofficial remake of the 1929 Hitchcock production, works on all levels, most notably via the cinematography of Lucien Ballard, which is nicely reproduced on the new Kino...
  5. Robert Harris

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ The Mark of Zorro -- in Blu-ray

    Decades ago, before the wonders of U-Matic, Beta and VHS, the only way that one could easily view classic films, was to build a library of 16mm prints. One of the first that I was fortunate to acquire was Rouben Mamoulian's black & white classic, The Mark of Zorro. I had yet to see many of...