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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Kino Lorber Insider, Nov 20, 2017.
I stand to be corrected but the only film Universal made in VistaVision was Away All Boats.
Love the cover art on Supernatural .
Are there any Laura La Plante titles in this deal?
Played for 60 weeks at the London Casino Cinerama theatre. Longer than any of the other 70mm Cinerama titles at the theatre.
Updated letterbxd list of my predictions of the new Universal/Kino deal
Saw it twice there.So what are the missing road show features?Overture,etc or was the film cut for general release?
Is it stereo?
The Glass Web (1953) is another Universal film that hasn't been released on disc. I've also never seen that movie or have no memory of seeing it.
The 3D film with Edward G. Robinson?
Saw it a couple years ago at a repertory theater - I think you’d like it!
I'm wondering what the TV show will be . A new to home video title like Run For Your Life , or a re-release or a show formerly on DVD like Battlestar Galactica on Blu-ray .
"Battlestar Galactica" is already on Blu-Ray regardless of which version with that name you're talking about.
If it's a previously released on DVD title getting bells and whistles on Blu-Ray for the first time my hope would be "Columbo".
I'm hoping for Erich von Stroheim's The Wedding March (Paramount 1928) which hasn't been released on any format since VHS. But of course I'd welcome any Fay Wray films. She didn't work for Universal very often, but a lot of her Paramount films still exist.
I feel like the Universal TV series will be Kolchak. That would be sweet.
Also, thank you Kino for Supernatural!
Is Homebodies still on track for "early 2020" release?
Fingers crossed that six of the 1940's movies are from the... Inner Sanctum.
I know us Three Stooges fans would love to see "Myrt and Marge" (1933), included as part of the new Universal deal.
The TV show could also potentially be Murder, She Wrote. It looks fantastic in HD.
The way the Insider has been talking, for those trying to figure out the TV show, don't go hoping for any long-running shows. The Insider made it sound like Kino is doing the work on it, which would imply, at this point, shows with shorter runs (so the likes of Murder She Wrote and Columbo seem highly unlikely).
And I have a question (or two) for the Insider about the new Universal deal: any Bing Crosby films being included (I am specifically asking about any of his starring roles, not cameos in any Bob Hope films)? Any Fred Astaire stuff?
It's not cheap, but Columbo is available on blu-ray in Japan, which has the same region coding as North America.
Sign me up for shows like DELTA HOUSE, PISTOLS 'N' PETTICOATS, MR. TERRIFIC and BROADSIDE.