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Press Release HTF EXCLUSIVE! Twilight Time December 2018 Release Announcements

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Sep 29, 2018.

  1. Malcolm R

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    Sure, here you go. :P

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    Thank you for that hint. I won't waste money on the iTunes version now.
     
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    Hail a hi-def Blu-ray most royal! Nominated for 10 Academy Awards® including Best Picture (plus an Oscar® win for Margaret Furse’s superb Costume Designs) and winner of four Golden Globes for Best Picture/Drama, Actress (Genevieve Bujold), Director (Charles Jarrott) and Screenplay. “An instant classic! Great cast. Impressive settings. The balance between historical pageantry and human detail has never been struck more effectively” (Archer Winsten, New York Post).

    Anne of the

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    Limited Edition BLU-RAYRelease

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    RELEASE DATE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2018

    “A stunningly acted, sumptuous, grand-scale widescreen drama of the royal bed chamber and political intrigues that created the Church of England.” Variety



    “Boasts lavish sets and handsome photography, an arresting performance by Burton…and well-judged work from Bujold, Papas, and [Anthony] Quayle, all of which make for a rousing, bawdy, and often enlightening historical film.” TV Guide



    Directed by Charles Jarrott and produced by veteran Hal Wallis, Anne of the Thousand Days(1969) is a superb costume drama starring Richard Burton as randy, wily King Henry VIII, and Genevieve Bujold as seductive young Anne Boleyn, the woman whose royal romance would change English history forever. As Henry tries to rid himself of his “barren” wife, Catherine of Aragon (Irene Papas), clever Anne keeps the shockingly needy king on a string through machination after political machination, eventually causing a final break with the Pope and the Church of Rome.


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    New to Blu-ray in glorious CinemaScope: the stirring and effective story of one man’s unshakeable but generously open Scottish Protestant faith writ large – and influentially. “As the Rev. Peter Marshall, Richard Todd is just about terrific. He even succeeds in preaching considerable excerpts from five sermons – one of them lasts a full 8½ minutes – with such charm that the moviegoer hardly realizes he has just been subjected to the equivalent of a month of Sundays” (Time).

    One of the Year’s 10 Best/Best Supporting Actress Marjorie Rambeau – National Board of Review.

    A MAN CALLED PETER

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    RELEASE DATE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2018


    “A surprising and extraordinary film…Richard Todd in the principal role brings a fervor and eloquence to his acting that fairly lift him right out of the large screen.” – Bosley Crowther, The New York Times



    “One of the rare Hollywood films about religion not to drown in piety…a good yarn combining interesting sentiments and solid production values.” TV Guide



    Based on Catherine Marshall’s 1951 book about her husband, the preacher Peter Marshall, A Man Called Peter(1955) tells the inspiring story of the Scots-born minister (a terrific Richard Todd) who emigrated to America, ultimately becoming pastor at Washington, DC’s New York Avenue Presbyterian Church and Chaplain of the United States Senate. At the same time, the film is an out-and-out romance, detailing the touching relationship between Peter and Catherine (the vibrant Jean Peters, in her last film). Veteran Henry Koster directs, and the sublime Alfred Newman provides an appropriately soaring musical score, available on this Twilight Time release as an isolated track.



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    From three-time Academy Award® winner Leo McCarey (The Awful Truth, Love Affair, Going My Way, The Bells of St. Mary’s) comes a rarely seen and oddly compelling Pearl S. Buck screen adaptation about missionary priests on the front lines of a budding Chinese Communist revolution. The final feature film of both co-writer/director McCarey and iconic co-star Clifton Webb,

    arriving for the holidays on Blu-ray in a sparkling new 2018 4K restoration transfer.



    SATAN NEVER SLEEPS

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    RELEASE DATE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2018

    “Holden is a kind of leather-jacketed variation of Bing Crosby’s sweatshirted Father O’Malley and Webb a wry, caustic version of Barry Fitzgerald’s Father Fitzgibbon in McCarey’s Going My Way(1944).” Variety


    “Indicative of the radical generosity of McCarey’s directorial personality. He tried to extend the chance of forgiveness and redemption…to even his most repulsive characters. Indeed, forgiveness, possibly the single most important theme of Christianity, is one of McCarey’s major themes.”

    – Paul Harrill, Senses of Cinema


    The great director Leo McCarey’s final film, Satan Never Sleeps(1962) stars William Holden and Clifton Webb as a pair of priests struggling to maintain a mission post during Mao’s 1949 Chinese Communist revolution. Complicating matters is the presence of a lovely young girl (France Nuyen) unfortunately in love with Holden’s Father O’Banion. Adapted by Claude Binyon and McCarey from a story by Pearl S. Buck, and featuring music by Richard Rodney Bennett and cinematography by that superb imagist, Oswald Morris.


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    Love, desire and starpower intersect in a caustic marital – and extramarital – triangle now striking scorching sparks on hi-def Blu-ray in a weirdly compelling drama featuring the acclaimed leading players of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Alfieand Tom Jones,three movies in whose anarchic spirit and combination comedic/dramatic fireworks this scintillating tale follows.


    X Y & Zee

    Limited Edition BLU-RAYRelease

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    RELEASE DATE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2018

    “A loud, boozy celebration of the fact that no matter what Elizabeth Taylor says or does, she’s a movie star…it unzips along at a nice, vulgar clip.” – Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times



    “This one has a script that enabled Elizabeth Taylor to come out. The aging beauty has discovered in herself a gutsy, unrestrained spirit that knocks two very fine performers right off the screen – and, for the first time that I can recall, she appears to be having a roaring good time on camera.”

    – Pauline Kael, The New Yorker



    Edna O’Brien adapted her own novel for X, Y and Zee(1972), a campy soap opera starring Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Caine, and Susannah York as the three points of a triangle that has very little to do with love. Taylor’s a sharp-tongued vulgarian, determined to break up her architect husband’s latest affair, even if it means seducing his mistress herself. Director Brian G. Hutton coaxes out every bit of sophisticated/smartypants humor his trio of superb stars can provide; cinematographer Billy Williams and composer Stanley Myers bring on the gloss.



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