Amoeba records in Hollywood (California) carries all the Kino Lorber titles.What stores? There aren't any real video stores anymore. Most of our films are available at Barnes and Noble stores and a couple of other smaller chains, but rarely at the big box stores.
Every Kino Lorber Blu-Ray or DVD in my collection, and there are a lot of them, was bought at Videomatica in Vancouver, a real video store. Retail only, no rentals.What stores? There aren't any real video stores anymore. Most of our films are available at Barnes and Noble stores and a couple of other smaller chains, but rarely at the big box stores.
I have the DVD, but I'll bet this will look even better on Blu-ray. Great addition from Kino.
Darn. I guess right now you don’t have access to LEGEND (1985), unless it is either with Disney/20th or is leased out to another label.
I believe Lisa Eichhorn, already cast and a few weeks into shooting, received the boot when Streisand's manager (married to the film's director) recommended replacing Eichhorn with Streisand.Re All Night Long: wasn't Barbra a last minute replacement (for whom? Raquel Welch? Debra Winger? Faye Dunaway? I've forgotten after all these years). It is a different kind of role for her, so that makes it interesting. She hadn't had second billing in a film ever until this one.
I don't know if AMC or TCM ever aired this, but I remember seeing it years ago back in the 1970s on a Saturday morning on CBLT, the Toronto affiliate for CBC. This was back when they had dozens of 1930s and 40s films on.Very thrilled about Alice in Wonderland. Yep, I have that DVD, too, but I'll happily exchange for the Blu-ray. I first saw this as a kid broadcast on some UHF channel that had gotten a syndicated package of 1930s Paramount films, and it got played a lot. Despite all of the pantomime costumes and strangeness (I hadn't read Lewis Carroll's books at that point), I was mesmerized by the movie.