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Coming Soon: Fox Cinema Classics - question

Discussion in 'DVD' started by TimJS, Jun 6, 2006.

  1. TimJS

    TimJS Second Unit

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    I picked up the new single disc of Seven Year Itch today at Costco & there was a flyer inside for the 'Cinema Classics Collection'. The backside of which advertised as 'Coming Soon':

    Charlie Chan Collection - Volume 1
    Clark Gable Collection
    Hemmingway Classics Collection
    Jayne Mansfield Collection
    Jesse James
    The Return of Frank James
    The True Story of Jesse James
    Mr. Moto Collection
    Will Rogers Collection - Volume 1

    I know most of this is old news/rumor, but I don't recall reading anything about a Hemmingway set (assume this is Ernie & not Mariel or Margaux, but ya never know what those wackee geniuses in marketing will cook up). Anyone know what the contents of Hemmingway classics will be?

    Tim
     
  2. Jaime_Weinman

    Jaime_Weinman Supporting Actor

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    Fox made a bunch of movies based on Hemingway novels:

    The Snows of Kilimanjaro
    The Sun Also Rises
    A Farewell to Arms
    (1957 version)
    The Old Man and the Sea
    Adventures of a Young Man


    I would expect those five to be included.
     
  3. RafaelPires

    RafaelPires Supporting Actor

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    The Old Man and the Sea belongs to Warner.
    I'd be very glad to see Snows of Kilimanjaro get an official release.
    Fox also produced Under My Skin, a 1950 drama starred by John Garfield.
     
  4. Simon Howson

    Simon Howson Screenwriter

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    Yay! Always good to see more Nicholas Ray, and CinemaScope as well!
     

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