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- Nov 20, 2017
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Great news on Reap the Wild Wind. Looking forward to it.
Kino Insider, have you guys considered also releasing the other Universal-owned DeMille films The Plainsman (1936), Union Pacific (1939), North West Mounted Police (1940), The Story of Dr. Wassell (1944), and Unconquered (1947)? The two in bold never even had DVD releases.
Paul Bartel's EATING RAOUL is terrific fun, but SCENES FROM A CLASS STRUGGLE... is horrible, in my opinion. Haven't seen NOT FOR PUBLICATION, but I can't imagine it's any worse.
Oh, we're so not in agreement here, Dick (again ). I found Scenes From The Class Struggle in Beverly Hills quite amusing and never thought the day would arrive when I'd actually see it in blu ray (much less DVD). I'm very much looking forward to this!
Out of curiosity, and somewhat related to today’s announcement, would anyone happen to know who owns the rights to the 1935 She (one of the few RKO titles Warner didn’t get, if I’m not mistaken)?
Kino Insider, is there any chance you guys will be releasing P&P's Oh... Rosalinda!! (1955) and The Elusive Pimpernel (1950)? They're both in the same boat that Gone to Earth was, rare and unavailable. I'm not entirely sure, but I think the rights are with Studio Canal? I just saw that Rosalinda is being released in the UK by Network Releasing, but I hope you guys end up releasing it over here.