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Ken Koc

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We added 116 titles to the current Universal deal. Here's the breakdown by decade.

1929 x 1
1930s x 24
1940s x 23
1950s x 39
1969s x 11
1970s x 7
1980s x 5
1990s x 4
2000s x 1
2010s x 1

8 of the releases will be Code Red/KL co-releases and 6 are Scorpion/KL co-releases.

3 are TV movies, no TV Shows. 2 are 4KUHD releases, 1 from 2000s and 1 from 2010s.

None of the titles will be released on DVD, not even the titles coming on home video for the first time.

We plan to release 10 more Film Noir sets and some standalone Noir releases.

We also have a dozen or so pre-code titles.

We're also looking to add 1-3 more titles, including 1 TV movie.
1969s X 11. For clarification did you mean the 60's?
 
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We added 116 titles to the current Universal deal. Here's the breakdown by decade.

None of the titles will be released on DVD, not even the titles coming on home video for the first time.

We're also looking to add 1-3 more titles, including 1 TV movie.
Ahem. If none of the titles are being released on DVD, how will we see them? Is this a streaming service?

Wonder what the tv movies are?

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We added 116 titles to the current Universal deal. Here's the breakdown by decade.

1929 x 1
1930s x 24
1940s x 23
1950s x 39




We plan to release 10 more Film Noir sets and some standalone Noir releases.

We also have a dozen or so pre-code titles.

talk about a mid week flooring, 10 more film noir sets plus standalone's , a dozen or so pre-codes,

another great announcement, and thankful for the "new" deal

:D, as Thomas would say, looks like I am going to have to start eating a lot of beans
 

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Coming September 21st!

Macho Callahan (1970)
• Brand New 4K Restoration from the Original Camera Negative
• NEW Audio Commentary by Filmmaker Alex Cox
• Theatrical Trailer
• Optional English Subtitles

Color 99 Minutes 2.35:1 Rated R
Diego “Macho” Callahan (David Janssen, TV’s The Fugitive, S.O.S. Titanic), a man tricked into enlisting in the Confederate army, is later thrown into a hellish stockade on desertion charges. He eventually breaks out of the prison camp and sets out to kill Duffy (Lee J. Cobb, 12 Angry Men), the man in yellow boots who bamboozled him into signing enlistment papers. However, after accidentally killing a Confederate officer (David Carradine, The Long Riders), he finds himself pursued by a gang of vicious bounty hunters intent on collecting the reward put up by the dead officer’s widow (Jean Seberg, Line of Demarcation). TV and film veteran Bernard L. Kowalski (Stiletto, Krakatoa, East of Java) directed this dark and gritty western with wonderful supporting turns by James Booth (Robbery), Pedro Armendáriz Jr. (The Mask of Zorro), Bo Hopkins (White Lightning), Anne Revere (National Velvet), Richard Anderson (The Gunfight at Dodge City), Diane Ladd (Wild at Heart) and Matt Clark (The Grissom Gang).

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Saturday's Facebook Announcement:

Coming Soon!

• Brand New 2K Master

Now and Forever (1934)
Starring Gary Cooper, Carole Lombard, Shirley Temple & Guy Standing – Directed by Henry Hathway (The Shepherd of the Hills, Rawhide, Peter Ibbetson, The House on 92nd Street, The Lives of the Bengal Lancer).

May be an image of 1 person and text that says 'GARY COOPER CAROLE LOMBARD Now and SHIRLEY TEMPLE fForever A PARAMOUNT PICTURE KEUSLEE'

 

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Coming September 14th!

Arabesque (1966)
• NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historians Howard S. Berger, Steve Mitchell and Nathaniel Thompson
Music by Mancini: Archival Featurette with Henry Mancini and Nationally Syndicated Columnist Leonard Feather (9:33)
• Theatrical Trailer (Restored in 2K and 2:35:1)
• Theatrical Teaser (Restored in 2K and 1.85:1)
• Television Trailer (Restored in 2K)
• 5 TV Spots (Restored in 2K)
• Poster Gallery
• Reversible Art
• Limited Edition O-Card Slipcase (2500)
• Optional English Subtitles

Color 105 Minutes 2.35:1 Not Rated
Ultra Mod! Ultra Mad! Ultra Mystery! Enter the world of Arabesque—a high-speed, high-class tale of international intrigue starring screen icons Gregory Peck (Duel in the Sun, Mirage) and Sophia Loren (Five Miles to Midnight, Marriage Italian Style). An American hieroglyphics professor (Peck) is hired by a mysterious Arab oil magnate to decipher a secret message. When the hidden meaning is revealed, the chase is on as he and the oil magnate’s exotic yet unpredictable companion (Loren) find themselves caught in the middle of an assassination plot. The great Stanley Donen (Singin’ in the Rain, Charade) directed this exciting romantic thriller that features the stylish music of Henry Mancini (The Pink Panther, Touch of Evil) and the acting talents of Alan Badel (Force 10 from Navarone), Kieron Moore (David and Bathsheba) and George Coulouris (Citizen Kane).

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I think all the Peck titles from that DVD set from a few years back is now on blu.
 

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I'm sure it will. Durbin is virtually unknown to people under 50 except for hardcore musical buffs, while Fields' name still rings a bell with the general public, even if they haven't actually seen any of his films.
Yes, but it depends on who you ask. Both had enormous talent.
 

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We added 116 titles to the current Universal deal. Here's the breakdown by decade.

1929 x 1
1930s x 24
1940s x 23
1950s x 39
1960s x 11
1970s x 7
1980s x 5
1990s x 4
2000s x 1
2010s x 1

8 of the releases will be Code Red/KL co-releases and 6 are Scorpion/KL co-releases.

3 are TV movies, no TV Shows. 2 are 4KUHD releases, 1 from 2000s and 1 from 2010s.

None of the titles will be released on DVD, not even the titles coming on home video for the first time.

We plan to release 10 more Film Noir sets and some standalone Noir releases.

We also have a dozen or so pre-code titles.

We're also looking to add 1-3 more titles, including 1 TV movie.
Outstanding! Plenty of never been released before titles too I'll bet. Thanks again, Kino.
 

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