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Robert Harris

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Paramount has announced the following release schedule for the months to come. These appear to be their selection of catalog titles.

July 6

Big Top Pee-Wee
Critical Condition
Crazy People
Heartburn
First Monday in October

July 13

The Spy Who Came in from the Cold
The Conterfeit Traitor
The Assassination Bureau

August 17

Happy Days - Season One
Laverne & Shirley - Season One

August 31

The White Dawn
Desire Under the Elms
The Black Orchid
The Country Girl
Broadway Bill (Capra - 1934)
Riding High (Capra - 1950)
The Rose Tattoo
Come Back, Little Sheba
I Love Lucy - Season 2

September 7

Whispers in the Dark
Murder on the Orient Express
Star Trek Generations CE
Eddie Murphy Raw
Mork * Mindy - Season 1

September 14

Orca: The Killer Whale
I Married a Monster from Outer Space
Bug
Body Parts
Friday the 13th - 5 Disc Set

September 28

Footloose CE

October 5

The Untouchables CE
Black Beauty - 1971
All I Want for Christmas
The Godfather Part II and III

October 12

The Jerry Lewis Productions (some with Dean Martin)
The Stooge
The Delicate Delinquent
The Ladies' Man
The Patsy
Cinderfella
The Bellboy
The Errand Boy
The Family Jewels
The Nutty Professor CE
The Disorderly Orderly
Andy Griffith Show - Season 1
Taxi - Season 1
Hogan's Heroes - Season 1

October 19

Deep Impact CE
Explorers
Fire in the Sky
Conquest of Space
D.A.R.Y.L.

October 26

The Thing Called Love
Brain Donors
Jimmy Hollywood

November 9

Last Train from Gun Hill
Ace High
Arrowhead
The Naked Jungle

November 16

Testament
Bopha!
Ragtime
1492: Conquest of Paradise
Foul Play
Top Gun CE

November 30

Racing with the Moon
The Lords of Discipline
It's All True (Welles)
The Keep

December 21

A Show of Force
Distant Thunder

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Peter Apruzzese

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Some excellent stuff coming at the end of the year:

I MARRIED A MONSTER FROM OUTER SPACE
THE UNTOUCHABLES CE
EXPLORERS
CONQUEST OF SPACE
THE NAKED JUNGLE
IT'S ALL TRUE
THE KEEP

and a day that will be long remembered:

October 12
The Jerry Lewis Productions (some with Dean Martin)
The Stooge
The Delicate Delinquent
The Ladies' Man
The Patsy
Cinderfella
The Bellboy
The Errand Boy
The Family Jewels
The Nutty Professor CE
The Disorderly Orderly

Fan-tas-tic!
 

Chuck L

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Happy to see Testament on the list...

Can't wait for Laverne and Shirley...

But I noting still nothing with the Peanut's titles and the schedule seems really absent of anything Halloween related for Sept that has been heavily sought after like "Let's Scare Jessica to Death"
or "Student Bodies."

I could be really happy about the Friday The 13th set...but I am more afraid to find out what will not be in the set as compared to what the fanbase as been asking for decades to see....

Also...what happened to the Special Edition of "Grease" that was rumoured for this year?
 

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I'll take:

Star Trek Generations CE
Orca: The Killer Whale
Hogan's Heroes - Season 1
Deep Impact CE
Fire in the Sky
D.A.R.Y.L.
Testament

Thanks Robert!
 

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Thanks for this list, Mr. Harris. I'm especially excited about I MARRIED A MONSTER FROM OUTER SPACE, CONQUEST OF SPACE, THE DISORDERLY ORDERLY, COME BACK, LITTLE SHEBA and THE ROSE TATTOO.
 

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YESSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!! [Naked dancing]

Conquest of Paradise is announced! Hopefully not barebones but a nice 2-discer... A date for Fire in the Sky is also great, at last!
 

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YEAH!. 'bout time!
i kinda expected to see this one in the fall.
wonder if they were able to rope Hawn and Chase for an audio commentary?

other than that,
it will be nice to get The Andy Griffith show, and I Married A Monster...is a nice, welcome surprise, and a couple others (with long stretches of nothing of interest) but i'm still a little disappointed that there is no
Love With The Proper Stranger
or Let's Scare Jessica To Death
or Ace In The Hole.


but FP will be nice to finally cross off the list.


Thanks Robert!
 

Will K

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Wow, all those titles and probably only one trailer.

Seriously, good line-up and nice to finally see Le Keep. I thought I'd never see howlers like Whispers in the Dark and Bug committed to DVD anytime soon.
 

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Not to pee in anyone Cheerios, but it's awfully disappointing not to see the long-rumored Preston Sturges film, The Miracle of Morgan's Creek, on this list. Both Barrie Maxwell and prestonsturges.com had hinted it was coming in the near future. Ah, well .... here's hoping for 2005.

I also note the absence of Bertolucci's The Conformist, Huston's African Queen (which seemed a longshot to make it this year, anyway), and Wilder's Ace in the Hole.

I suppose the only release that interests me is the 1993 documentary about Orson Welles' uncompleted film, It's All True. Unsure if I'll invest in the Andy Griffith season sets (certainly among my five favorite TV shows of all time).
 

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Brain Donors? Who woulda thought?!?!

Oh well. No Police Squad or Get Smart. But Brain Donors and Star Trek Generations will be mine. I can finally retire my widescreen VHS copy.

I assume most of these won't have trailers. Oh well. Here's hoping Generations has some great features.
 

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I don't see another insect title "Phase IV" on the list, nor the space title "Robinson Crusoe on Mars". :frowning: :frowning: :frowning:

But there are some there I'll be buying. :) :) :)
 

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Brain Donors is so stupid it is funny. Classic stuff there.

My girlfiend is gonna be excited about Generations. Nice to see DARYL and RAW makes it was on DVD was well. SO many dvd titles...so long of a wait time. :frowning: It will be worth it though.
 

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Holy Cow!

Foul Play and the Jerry Lewis films!

Another great Q4 for Paramount.
 

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This forum owes a special thanks to Martin Blythe for D.A.R.Y.L. Unless I miss my mark, it wouldn't even be on Paramount's radar if it wasn't for requests from HTF members. Let's be sure to reward the effort come October.

Beyond that, I'm glad to have a date for Andy Griffith and Hogan's Heroes. Day and date on those. :)
 

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I wonder if the Jerry Lewis titles will be in sets, sold separtely or both.

When I read "Naked Jungle" I initially thought it was "Naked Prey" and let out a loud "YES!". Oh well. There are plenty of great titles on this list.
 

Jack Briggs

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Conquest of Space! Hoofreakingray!

I Married a Monster From Outer Space-- Julie K's dream release!

Um, the list seems a bit incomplete, or I need new glasses. Is Robinson Crusoe on Mars not on that list anywhere? I can't seem to find it.
 

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