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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Jan 7, 2015.
Barbara Carrera ! Do I remember a pair of female twins in this one? Day 1 for me!
Boy I'd sure love to see a proper DVD release of the original I,THE JURY from 1953....
Thank you. Five months! Patience never was my virtue!
Yes and in 3D.
Question is, if MGM still owns it and if they have materials to release it in 3D.
Are you able to disclose whether any of the following are part of Kino's deal with Fox:
The Prisoner of Shark Island
The Return of Frank James
Under Two Flags 1936
The Story of Alexander Graham Bell
Coming Soon on Blu-ray!
The Beautiful Blonde From Bashful Bend (1949)
Starring Betty Grable, Cesar Romero, Rudy Vallee, Olga San Juan, Hugh Herbert, Sterling Holloway, Chester Conklin, Margaret Hamilton, Harry Morgan, 'Snub' Pollard and Marie Windsor - Produced, Co-written and Directed by Preston Sturges.
No doubt Grable fans will be disappointed that it's not one of Grable more popular films like The Dolly Sisters, Mother Wore Tights or Coney Island but Grable's box set bombed on DVD (which is why Fox never did a second set) so I'm happy to get any Grable at all in blu ray!
Also a happy announcement for (Preston) Sturges completists.
No. It's an independent owner.
Bob Furmanek answered the question in this post.
Film materials do exist. The film was shown at the 3-D Film Festival 3 years ago.
This is more than just a Grable release, the film is directed by the great Preston Sturges.
I understand that. It's certainly going to end up in my collection and I hope we see more Grable titles from Kino Lorber, even her lesser ones.
"Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend" has become known as one of Betty's biggest flops - but I'm so happy to see it come to Blu-ray.
Great news about The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend! Not the best of either Sturges or Grable, but fun. No surprise that it's coming out on Blu-ray since it's one of the best looking of all the Fox Archives' releases.
How about "The Dolly Sisters" and "My Blue Heaven"? Oh, and Susan Hayward in "With a Song in My Heart".
No Highwsy in the Sky
Any word on the (imo) superior Curtis Harrington/Shelley Winters starrer What's the Matter with Helen?
That's with Scream Factory.