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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Kino Lorber Insider, Nov 20, 2017.
Keep an eye out for two more Facebook/Twitter announcements this weekend!
None of these are currently on our radar.
We're legally restricted here and this film was not intended to be sold outside of the USA and Canada. So you should return disc to reliable place of purchase or fill in form with a USA or Canadian address.
This, for me at least, seems to be an unwelcome trend. I understood when the announcement was made over a holiday weekend, but is this a holiday weekend?
Since you've been releasing 'made for television' films of distinction, any chance for either "The Cracker Factory" or '79 miniseries "From Here To Eternity"? Day 1 buys for me.
Don't worry about it. Someone will always post the news here.
I know someone will. It's just relying on platforms that not everyone uses by choice that feels non-inclusive, particularly on this thread.
You don't have to be a user of Twitter to see posts. Google [klstudioclassics twitter] to find a link to their Twitter page. I follow several people/companies and I'm not registered. Twitter will bug you with a pop-up request for you to join, but you can close that and keep reading. You just can't reply or post if you're not registered.
New Facebook announcements on upcoming titles:
Brand New 4K Restoration!
The Mind Benders (1963) Starring Dirk Bogarde, Mary Ure & John Clements - Shot by Denys N. Coop (The Vault of Horror) - Music by Georges Auric (The Innocents) - Written by James Kennaway (Tunes of Glory) - Directed by Basil Dearden (Dead of Night, Woman of Straw, The Man Who Haunted Himself).
Coming Soon on BD!
The Flame of New Orleans (1941) Starring Marlene Dietrich, Bruce Cabot & Roland Young - Shot by Rudolph Maté (The Lady from Shanghai, Gilda) - Written by Norman Krasna (White Christmas, Fury) - Directed by René Clair (A Nous La Liberte, Le Million, The Italian Straw Hat).
question for you, with the deal that kino currently has with Studio Canal, is there a possibility that some of the great British releases that haven made it to this side of the pond, but have already been released in the UK to show up, certain titles that come to mind include
Darling- Julie Christie (1965)
The Dam Busters (1955)
The Go-Between (1970)
The Elephant Man (1980) Lynch
and since Lionsgate didn't quite get it right would Kino be interested in a little British Spy series - The Avengers
Most of these have different distributors in North America. Elephant Man is Paramount, which means we'll never see it unless Criterion can somehow manage it. The Go-Between is Sony, I think, and Darling should be with MGM.
Will the same transfers that Twilight Time used be utilized for Support Your Local Sherif/Gunfighter? Or are these fresh transfers?
Sort of torn between the two. I know there's room for improvements here and I'm a fan of both films and would like them to look their best. But on the other hand, I haven't even viewed the Twilight Time versions yet.
Coming Soon on BD!
The Flame of New Orleans (1941)
Starring Marlene Dietrich, Bruce Cabot & Roland Young - Shot by Rudolph Maté (The Lady from Shanghai, Gilda) - Written by Norman Krasna (White Christmas, Fury) - Directed by René Clair (A Nous La Liberte, Le Million, The Italian Straw Hat).
It'll continue for a while, so you'll need to deal with it.
All you need to do is click on of these links:
Coming Soon on BD!
Murder, He Says (1945) Starring Fred MacMurray, Helen Walker & Marjorie Main - Directed by George Marshall (The Ghost Breakers, Destry Rides Again, The Blue Dahlia).
These will be the same masters, releases separately with one or two next extras per title.
Darling is with another label, so is The Dam Busters.
None of these others are available to us.
Ha! Wouldn't you know it? I just caved in a couple of weeks ago and bought the TCM MOD! Well, there's certainly room for improvement in the transfer but if only I'd waited. C'est la vie!
Well, I bought it too, but that was eight years ago so I don't mind upgrading to Blu-ray now for a title I like a lot.