Columbia catalog requests

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Bob Engleman, Jul 22, 2003.

  1. Bob Engleman

    Bob Engleman Stunt Coordinator

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    Any hope for the following:

    1.5th Musketeer, The
    2.Bealuh Land
    3.Ivanhoe (Jas. Mason)
    4.Karate Kid (OAR)
    5.Major Dundee

    Bob Engleman
     
  2. Jesse Skeen

    Jesse Skeen Producer

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    THANK GOD IT'S FRIDAY!
     
  3. Dick

    Dick Producer
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    WHO'S MINDING THE MINT
    THE GORGON
    SCREAM OF FEAR
    THREE WORLDS OF GULLIVER (re-do)
    GOOD NEIGHBOR SAM
     
  4. Casey Neutron

    Casey Neutron Stunt Coordinator

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    Robert Altman's CALIFORNIA SPLIT
    Peter Bogdanovich's NICKELODEON
     
  5. Jay E

    Jay E Cinematographer

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    I echo Dick's & Casey's lists and add (yeah I'm a film fanatic):

    $ (Dollars)
    American Madness
    Anderson Tapes, The
    Before I Hang
    Big Mouth, The
    Bitter Tea of General Yen
    Black Room, The
    Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice
    Buchanan Rides Alone
    Bunny Lake is Missing
    Chase, The
    Cisco Pike
    Commanche Station
    Creature With the Atom Brain
    Crimson Kimono, The
    Cromwell
    Front, The
    Homicide
    Human Desire
    I Never Sang For My Father
    Knock on Any Door
    Lilith
    Lineup, The
    Lord Jim
    Man With Nine Lives, The
    Man They Could Not Hang, The
    Mickey One
    Modern Romance
    More the Merrier, The
    Scandal Sheet
    Ship of Fools
    Silencers, The
    Strange One, The
    Tiger Makes Out, The
    Trouble With Angels, The
    Werewolf, The
    Tight Spot
    My Name is Julia Ross
    Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows
    Wrong Box, The
    Young Winston
     
  6. Peter M Fitzgerald

    Peter M Fitzgerald Screenwriter

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    JayE: unless you mis-typed, THE MAN FROM LARAMIE is already available on Region 1 DVD from Columbia, in all its anamorphic glory.

    My (long) list of much-wanted Columbia catalog DVDs, all in their OARs:

    LADIES OF LEISURE (1930, Frank Capra)
    RAIN OR SHINE (1930, Frank Capra)
    THE CRIMINAL CODE (1931, Howard Hawks)
    DIRIGIBLE (1931, Frank Capra)
    THE MIRACLE WOMAN (1931, Frank Capra)
    PLATINUM BLONDE (1931, Frank Capra)
    AMERICAN MADNESS (1932, Frank Capra)
    THE BITTER TEA OF GENERAL YEN (1933, Frank Capra)
    THE BLACK ROOM (1935, Boris Karloff)
    THE WHOLE TOWN'S TALKING (1935, John Ford)
    LADIES IN RETIREMENT (1941, Ida Lupino)
    TEXAS (1941, Gleen Ford & William Holden)
    THE FACE BEHIND THE MASK (1941, Peter Lorre)
    THE MORE THE MERRIER (1943, George Stevens)
    MY NAME IS JULIA ROSS (1945)
    STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN (1946 a.k.a. "A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH", Powell/Pressburger)
    FRAMED (1947, Glenn Ford)
    THE SIGN OF THE RAM (1948)
    THE DARK PAST (1948, William Holden)
    711 OCEAN DRIVE (1950)
    THE GOOD HUMOR MAN (1950)
    KILL THE UMPIRE (1950)
    THE KILLER THAT STALKED NEW YORK (1950)
    FIVE (1951)
    SCANDAL SHEET (1952)
    MAN IN THE DARK (1953)
    THE DETECTIVE (1954, a.k.a. "FATHER BROWN")
    HUMAN DESIRE (1954, Fritz Lang)
    THE MAD MAGICIAN (1954, Vincent Price)
    CREATURE WITH THE ATOM BRAIN (1955)
    TIGHT SPOT (1955)
    WOMEN'S PRISON (1955, Ida Lupino)
    JUBAL (1956, Glenn Ford)
    THE WEREWOLF (1956)
    THE GIANT CLAW (1957)
    THE 27TH DAY (1957)
    SCREAMING MIMI (1958)
    THE H-MAN (1958, Toho)
    RIDE LONESOME (1959, Randolph Scott)
    EDGE OF ETERNITY (1959)
    BATTLE IN OUTER SPACE (1960, Toho)
    CASH ON DEMAND (1961, Hammer)
    SCREAM OF FEAR (1961, Hammer)
    MOTHRA (1962, Toho)
    ZOTZ! (1962, William Castle)
    THE OLD DARK HOUSE (1963, William Castle/Hammer)
    13 FRIGHTENED GIRLS (1963, William Castle)
    THE LITTLE PRINCE AND THE EIGHT-HEADED DRAGON (1963)
    THE GORGON (1964, Hammer)
    CURSE OF THE MUMMY'S TOMB (1964, Hammer)
    SHIP OF FOOLS (1965)
    DEAD HEAT ON A MERRY-GO-ROUND (1966, James Coburn)
    THE LOVE-INS (1967)
    THE GODS MUST BE CRAZY II (1989)
    --and all of Columbia's SCREEN GEMS & UPA cartoon shorts.

    Thank you for your valuable time and attention.

    Peter M. Fitzgerald
     
  7. Patrick McCart

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    I'd gladly buy some sets of UPA and Columbia animation.

    Mister Magoo, Fox & Crow, and Superkatt need DVD!
     
  8. larry bender

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    YOUNG WINSTON AND TESS
     
  9. Jay E

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    You're right Peter, I edited it out. Thanks.

    And one for you: Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round is coming out on 9/30.
     
  10. Peter M Fitzgerald

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    Excellent news! Thanks, Jay. And thank you, Columbia, for that, THE DEVIL COMMANDS, DIE DIE MY DARLING, EXPERIMENT IN TERROR, IN COLD BLOOD, SEE NO EVIL, THE MOUSE THAT ROARED, and several other fine catalog titles released/upcoming on Region 1 DVD.
     
  11. Jeff_HR

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    I desperately want a SE of "Tess".
     
  12. larry bender

    larry bender Stunt Coordinator

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    I agree with TESS its a great film.
     
  13. Paul_Scott

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    but don't bother if it isn't OAR
     
  14. Bill J

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    A Midnight Clear in OAR, please.
     
  15. Derek M Germano

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    A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH (AKA STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN)
    TWENTIETH CENTURY
    THE GORGON
    THE MAD MAGICIAN
    THE MORE THE MERRIER
    THE BLACK ROOM
    THE MAN THEY COULD NOT HANG
    BEFORE I HANG
    THE CREEPING FLESH
    LORD JIM
    TORTURE GARDEN
    YOU WERE NEVER LOVELIER
     
  16. Steve Phillips

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    My (pipedream) is a box set with field sequential 3-D versions of all of Columbia's 1950's Stereoscopic output:

    MAN IN THE DARK
    FORT TI
    THE STRANGER WORE A GUN
    JESSE JAMES V.S. THE DALTONS
    THE MAD MAGICIAN
    THE NEBRASKAN
    DRUMS OF TAHITI
    GUN FURY
    MISS SADIE THOMPSON

    Plus: Their 3-D shorts like The Three Stooges in Spooks and Pardon My Backfire, Down the Hatch, etc.

    I wouldn't mind their sole entry in the 1980's 3-D race, SPACEHUNTER, in stereoscopic format either.
     
  17. larry bender

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    TESS
     
  18. Lafe F

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    Happy Birthday To Me
    Clifford
     
  19. Rex Bachmann

    Rex Bachmann Screenwriter

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    Jay E wrote (post #5):

     
  20. Rex Bachmann

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    Oh, yes, by all means, I second The Creeping Flesh. That's half of a great movie.
     

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