Kino Lorber Insider (Read Guidelines Post #3)

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Sunday's Facebook Announcement:

Coming Soon on Blu-ray!

The Choirboys (1977) Starring Charles Durning, Louis Gossett Jr., Perry King, Randy Quaid, Don Stroud, James Woods, Burt Young, Robert Webber, Blair Brown, & Vic Tayback - Shot by Joseph F. Biroc (The Grissom Gang) - Music by Frank De Vol (Cat Ballou) - Based on a novel by Joseph Wambaugh (The New Centurions, The Onion Field, The Black Marble, The Glitter Dome) - Directed by Robert Aldrich (Attack, The Dirty Dozen, The Killing of Sister George, Ulzana’s Raid).

 

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Sunday's Facebook Announcement:

Coming Soon on Blu-ray!

The Choirboys (1977) Starring Charles Durning, Louis Gossett Jr., Perry King, Randy Quaid, Don Stroud, James Woods, Burt Young, Robert Webber, Blair Brown, & Vic Tayback - Shot by Joseph F. Biroc (The Grissom Gang) - Music by Frank De Vol (Cat Ballou) - Based on a novel by Joseph Wambaugh (The New Centurions, The Onion Field, The Black Marble, The Glitter Dome) - Directed by Robert Aldrich (Attack, The Dirty Dozen, The Killing of Sister George, Ulzana’s Raid).

Must be close to having all of Aldrich on Blu. Not his last two movies, however. (THE FRISCO KID and ALL THE MARBLES..., nor SODOM AND GOMORRAH.)
 

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Did KINO say how many titles they have from the 1930s from the 2nd Universal deal?
According to the other site there were 16 from the 30s with five announced so far. Now, until titles are actually announced, there may be some changes.

1930s - 16 (1 1930, 1 1931, 2 1932, 1 1933, 1 1934, 1 1935, 5 1936, 3 1938, 1 1939)

Alice in Wonderland (1933)
The Kiss Before the Mirror (1933)
100 Men and a Girl (1937)
Internes Can't Take Money (1937)
Three Smart Girls Grow Up (1939)
 

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According to the other site there were 16 from the 30s with five announced so far. Now, until titles are actually announced, there may be some changes.

1930s - 16 (1 1930, 1 1931, 2 1932, 1 1933, 1 1934, 1 1935, 5 1936, 3 1938, 1 1939)

Alice in Wonderland (1933)
The Kiss Before the Mirror (1933)
100 Men and a Girl (1937)
Internes Can't Take Money (1937)
Three Smart Girls Grow Up (1939)
You’re already inconsistent with two from 1933 announced vs one yearly title and two announced titles from 1937 with no 1937 titles in your year-by-year accounting. With 21 titles in the post Robert referenced, that could still be with the announced titles eating up 3 of Robert’s extra 5.
 

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Coming June 2nd!

Let's Kill Uncle (1966)
• Brand New 2K Master
• NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historians Kat Ellinger and Mike McPadden
• Mr. Castle and Me: NEW Interview with Actor Pat Cardi
• Optional English Subtitles
• Dual-Layered BD50 Disc
• Theatrical Trailer 1
• Theatrical Trailer 2

Color 92 Minutes 1.85:1 Not Rated
From cult filmmaker/producer William Castle, the director of House of Haunted Hill, The Tingler, 13 Ghosts, Homicidal, Strait-Jacket and The Night Walker comes this wonderful horror comedy starring Nigel Green (The Ipcress File). A 12-year-old orphan (Pat Cardi, Horror High) who has just inherited a fortune is trapped on an island with his uncle, a former British intelligence commander who intends to kill him. A young girl (Mary Badham, Scout Finch of To Kill a Mockingbird) is the boy's only ally against his sarcastic and sadistic uncle, who uses hypnotism, a pool of sharks, fire, and poisonous mushrooms as weapons. Beautifully shot by Harold Lipstein (Never Steal Anything Small).

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You’re already inconsistent with two from 1933 announced vs one yearly title and two announced titles from 1937 with no 1937 titles in your year-by-year accounting. With 21 titles in the post Robert referenced, that could still be with the announced titles eating up 3 of Robert’s extra 5.
I think you're misreading the post. What was listed are the titles that HAVE been announced, and the breakdown by year is the stuff that has NOT been announced yet. And I'll throw in a list from the other forum of the *possible* titles those could be, based on all the information that the Insider has mentioned:
So for 1930, it's 1 from:

Fast and Loose
Hell's Angels
For the Defense (no more Kay Francis in deal)

For 1931, it's 1 from:

Honor Among Lovers
Man of the World
An American Tragedy (no Sylvia Sidney in deal)
The Cheat (no Tallulah Bankhead in deal)
City Streets (no Sylvia Sidney in deal)
The Smiling Lieutenant (probably still with Criterion)

For 1932, it's 2 from:

The Broken Lullaby
Hot Saturday
Million Dollar Legs
The Misleading Lady
The Phantom President
This is the Night
The Sign of the Cross
Devil and the Deep (no Tallulah Bankhead in deal)
If I Had A Million (no George Raft in deal)
Madame Butterfly (no Sylvia Sidney in deal)
Merrily We Go to Hell (no Sylvia Sidney in deal)
Night After Night (no Mae West in deal)

For 1933, it's 1 from:

The Eagle and the Hawk
Gambling Ship
International House
Secret of the Blue Room
This Day and Age
Three-Cornered Moon
Tillie and Gus
Torch Singer
The Woman Accused
Counsellor at Law (ruled out)
I'm No Angel (no Mae West in deal)
White Woman (no Percy Kilbride in deal)

For 1934, it's 1 from:

Four Frightened People
It's a Gift
Kiss and Make Up
Ladies Should Listen
Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch
Murder at the Vanities
The Old Fashioned Way
Search for Beauty
Six of a Kind
You're Telling Me
Belle of the Nineties (no Mae West in deal)
Little Man, What Now? (no Margaret Sullavan in deal)
Now and Forever (no Shirley Temple in deal)
Thirty Day Princess (no Sylvia Sidney in deal)
We're Not Dressing (no Bing Crosby in deal)

For 1935, it's 1 from:

The Bride Comes Home
The Crusades
Enter Madame
The Gilded Lady
Hands Across the Table
Here Comes Cookie
The Last Outpost
Love in Bloom
Man on the Flying Trapeze
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Private Worlds
Ruggles of Red Gap
Wings in the Dark
Goin' To Town (no Mae West in deal)
Mississippi (no Bing Crosby in deal)
Peter Ibbetson (no Ann Harding in deal)

For 1936, it's 5 from:

Big Brown Eyes
Desire
The Jungle Princess
Love Before Breakfast
Poppy
The Princess Comes Across
Three Smart Girls
Wedding Present
Go West Young Man (no Mae West in deal)
Klondike Annie (no Mae West in deal)
The Moon's Our Home (no Margaret Sullavan in deal)
Next Time We Love (no Margaret Sullavan in deal)
Rhythm of the Range (no Bing Crosby in deal)

For 1938, it's 3 from:

The Big Broadcast of 1938
College Swing
Give Me a Sailor
Mad About Music
Thanks for the Memory
That Certain Age
Zaza
Her Jungle Love (no 30s colour films in deal)
If I Were King (no Ronald Colman in deal)
Men With Wings (no 30s colour films in deal)
Sing You Sinners (no Bing Crosby in deal)
Spawn of the North (no George Raft in deal)
You and Me (ruled out)

For 1939, it's 1 from:

Disputed Passage
First Love
Midnight
You Can't Cheat an Honest Man
East Side of Heaven (no Bing Crosby in deal)
Union Pacific (no 30s westerns in deal?)
 

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Coming June 9th!

Mary, Queen of Scots (1971)

• NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian and Critic Sergio Mims
• Isolated Music Only Track with Commentary by Film Historians Nick Redman and Jon Burlingame
• 1971 Promotional Featurette

• Optional English Subtitles

• Dual-Layered BD50 Disc

• Theatrical Trailer

Color 128 Minutes 2.35:1 Rated PG-13
Acting legends Vanessa Redgrave (Isadora, Julia) and Glenda Jackson (Women in Love, The Maids) star in this sweeping portrait of two of the world’s most fascinating leaders, Mary, Queen of Scots and Queen Elizabeth I of England. Redgrave earned an Academy Award nomination for her stunning portrayal of Mary, who returns to her troubled homeland following the death of her husband, the King of France. From the moment Mary reclaims her throne, Elizabeth (Jackson) seeks to oust her, fearful that Mary will one day have a son who will ultimately rule both countries. Aided by Mary’s deceitful brother (Patrick McGoohan, Ice Station Zebra), Elizabeth schemes to arrange an ill-fated marriage between Scotland’s queen and a vain nobleman (Timothy Dalton, The Lion in Winter) with allegiance to Tudor England. Mary and Elizabeth’s undaunted quests for power leave a trail of deception, murder and holy war. Directed by Charles Jarrott (Anne of the Thousand Days) and co-starring Nigel Davenport (Play Dirty), Trevor Howard (Outcast of the Islands), Daniel Massey (Star!), Ian Holm (Alien) and Andrew Keir (Quatermass and the Pit), Mary, Queen of Scots was nominated for 5 Academy Awards, including Art Direction-Set Decoration, Costume Design and Score (by the great John Barry, The Ipcress File).

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