- Jan 11, 2011
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Glad you have Soldier Blue uncut! I'll be getting this release!
If you could get either BLACK SWAN or THE BLACK SWAN, it would make a nice double feature!Coming to DVD and Blu-ray August 11th from Kino Lorber!
Sonja: The White Swan
Directed by Anne Sewitsky
This lush biopic tells the story of Sonja Henie, one of the world's greatest athletes and the inventor of modern figure skating. She decides to go to Hollywood in 1936 to become a movie star. Her first film is a box office smash, selling the most tickets in the world in 1937. She becomes one of the richest women of her time, always surrounded by fans, lovers and family, and never has a moment alone. As she gets older the spotlight begins to fade, but she refuses to quite.
*Optional English subtitles
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Both The Black Swan (1942) and Black Swan (2010) are already out on blu ray and still readily available on Amazon. Why would Kino release two films still in print on blu ray?That would depend on whether or not Kino makes another Fox deal (which happens to include both films), which is quite questionable at the moment.
Go for it! A good film with something to say about how breadwinners are often taken for granted. Fred MacMurray, a particular favorite of mine, is excellent.Great news about There’s Always Tomorrow! For me, though, it has nothing to do with Stanwyck. Despite being a fan of the work of both Joan Bennett and Fred MacMurray, I’ve never managed to see this film which features them both. At times I’ve been tempted to purchase the DVD from the Universal Vault Series line, but I just knew it had to get a BD release sooner or later. I’m glad Kino is once again introducing me to what I am sure will be an enjoyable film.
I know they are out on Blu. I was making a silly comment because they are releasing WHITE Swan, and with BLACK/THE BLACK SWAN it would make a goodBoth The Black Swan (1942) and Black Swan (2010) are already out on blu ray and still readily available on Amazon. Why would Kino release two films still in print on blu ray?