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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Jan 7, 2015.
Did Kino loose the rights to THE HURRICANE?
Oh no. I just put it in my cart.
EDIT: Sent the order on through, hoping for the best.
(I took a quick look on Amazon just for the heck of it, and they have Kino's Blu-ray artwork on their listings for the various BOOK formats!)
Sunday, May 7th is the final day.
I'm pretty sure we still have stock. The DVD is very limited.
Thanks. I'll place my order before then. So far I have 10 BDs in my cart.
Thanks to this Spring Sale, I just dropped $80 that I didn't need to, but the deals are just too good to pass up. I really do appreciate these sales, though. I don't know whether or not it's a mistake, but the blu of Loophole shows a price of $9.98.
edit: Sorry, but I didn't notice in Mr. Lime's post that blu ray prices were from 9.98-11.98. 3 Bad Men is 9.98!!
I picked up The Purple Plain and Two For the Seesaw in the sale - two titles I've been wanting to get for a while. Thanks, Mister Lime and the fine folks at Kino!
Coming Soon! First Time on DVD and Blu-ray!
Brand New HD Master From a 2K Scan!
Old Ironsides (1926) Starring Charles Farrell, Esther Ralston, Wallace Beery and George Bancroft - Produced and Directed by James Cruz
You are not the only one. I did the same.
Oh, those Kino boys are a cruel bunch, with their sales and their great movie offerings.
I believe Old Ironsides is the last Paramount silent in this batch that Kino licensed. I'm looking forward to it.
I can't wait until those W.C. Fields silents get street dates - I've been rewatching the DVDs I have of his sound films and am really excited to own some of his silent work, which I've seen theatrically but never at home.
Wow, yet again, Kino hits it out of the ballpark with the fabulous Old Ironsides, a phenomenal silent classic with Farrell, Ralston, Beery and Bancroft directed by the great James Cruz. My only heartbreak is that, if this is the last of the silent Paramounts, it might mean that there is no hope for Cruz's masterpiece, The Covered Wagon. Please tell me that that isn't so. Heartbreaking, as I've seen this film three times in theater and it is one of the best motion pictures I've ever experienced. Mr. Lime, is there no hope?
I have never seen Old Ironsides, but have read much about the picture. First day purchase for me.
We have one more Paramount silent to announce.
Excellent news. Thank you.
I just watched the new Blu-ray for "Sunset In The West" and it is absolutely stunning! Just wanna throw it out there that if Kino ever wants to release any other Roy Rogers movies, after seeing how good this one looked, I'm definitely onboard.
James Cruze, not related to Ted Cruz. And yes, I will be buying Old Ironsides which I saw in 1972 at MoMA.
any more info on this title
one of the releases i am waiting for
Totally agree about how great SUNSET IN THE WEST looks. Would love to see TRAIL OF ROBIN HOOD, Roy's TruColor Christmas film also. How could you not like Roy riding to the aid of a retired Jack Holt who has bad guys smuggling his Christmas trees? Roy enlists his Republic co-stars to assist (Rex Allen, Monte Hale, Rocky Lane and old-timers Tom Tyler, Ray Corrigan and Tom Keene)