- Nov 20, 2017
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The other three are with Sony and Paramount and we don't have any deals with them.I have been catching up on posts in this thread that I've missed in the past week and a half, and one film does pop into mind that I believe to be owned by Universal (which inherited much of the early Paramount library through MCA) that I hope Kino might be able to release at some point: Alias Nick Beal (1949).
This rarely seen John Farrow-directed classic appears to finally be receiving a Blu-ray release, but unfortunately it's overseas. It's from "Imprint," a sub-label of Australia's Via Vision Entertainment, in a film noir Blu-ray collection that also includes Framed (1947), William Wyler's great Detective Story (1951), and The Garment Jungle (1957).
Any possibility that Kino could be looking into releasing/obtaining rights for releasing Beal (as well as, I guess, any of those other three films) in the US?
We would be interested in Alias Nick Beal if and when we do another deal with them.