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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Kino Lorber Insider, Nov 20, 2017.
Thank you Mr. Insider!
Any chance for Great Imposter ?
Sorry about that . I mistakenly thought KL had reached the point where titles were being named . I'm sure whatever you license from Universal there will several titles I'll be buying !
And because #GodHatesMe, HIS BUTLER'S SISTER is my favorite Durbin!
Even though KL cannot confirm or deny any titles a poster elsewhere asked if they had any "specific " titles on his/her wish list and KL did respond.
Id like to do the same with whats left of my Universal Vault Collection DVDs.
Does KL happen to have any of these ?
The Princess Comes Across
An Act of Murder
For the Defense
Man of the World
The Secret of the Blue Room
Coming April 21st on DVD & Blu-ray!
From Joseph Losey, the Legendary Director of The Criminal, The Servant, Accident, Eva, Figures in a Landscape, The Go-Between and Mr. Klein!
Secret Ceremony (1968)
• Brand New HD Master
• NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Tim Lucas
• Dual-Layered BD50 Disc
• Optional English Subtitles
• Theatrical Trailer
Our April 28th release of Crossed Swords (1977) has been delayed. In its place, we are moving up the releases of Carol Reed's Outcast of the Islands (1952) and David Lean's The Sound Barrier (1952).
Is S.O.S. Titanic still coming out on March 3rd?
The only copy of The Sound Barrier I have is from The World War Collection dvd set and the print used was not the best. Happy that Kino will release it on Blu-ray soon.
Yes, we have some of these.
No, it has also been delayed. We may've found the film elements for the longer TV cut, so it'll most likely be a 2-disc set now.
Mine too. And my friends FAVOURITE. So we’re in the same boat!
Mr. Insider, may you answer if you have any of these?
- To Each his own
- Love letters
- Frenchman’s creek
- Lady in the dark
Not yet, but we may still be adding some titles to the deal.
Thank you so much for your answer.
if possible, please consider these titles while negotiating the remaining titles for this deal. I am sure I am not alone in wanting them.
Kino Lorber Insider:
Thanks for the update on Crossed Swords; I'm really looking forward to purchasing that title when it is finally released. Ever since I played the Prince in a play version of the story in 6th grade, I have loved the various versions of The Prince and the Pauper including the 1937 film version starring Errol Flynn and the Mauch twins, Disney's three-part 1962 television version starring Sean Scully and Guy Williams (wish Disney would release this version on DVD), and others.
If we're finally going to see the original TV-cut released that will be TERRIFIC news! I've been wanting to retire my 1987 TBS recording for a long time.
Hi. Any of these possible?
• Meet Danny Wilson
• Here Come the Nelsons
• Dragnet (1954) (released theatrically by Warner Bros but on dvd by Universal).
I'd be in for To Each His Own, Kitty and Frenchman's Creek! Especially To Each His Own... Dame Olivia's first Oscar winning performance and a really touching film.