Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'DVD' started by Dave Stone, Mar 11, 2003.
Any word on what will be on the Black Sunday DVD?? when will it be released? trailer perhaps?? commentary?? Featurettes??
I just read that Paramount is releasing the first season of Wild Wild West in France. Any chance we here in the states will get it also? ps-Also, both the old & new Mission Impossible. Thanks!!
I thought of other movies or tv movies that I would want on dvd -The Jayne Mansfield Story (1980) (TV MOVIE STARRING LONI ANDERSON AND ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER OWNED BY CBS, THEREFORE OWNED BY PARAMOUNT -The Duck Factory (short lasted Jim Carrey tv series also owned by CBS) Were No Angels
Am truly anxious for RAGTIME; and while it might not seem to be a fan base for NAKED PREY and NAKED JUNGLE, I can assure you there is, much of it represented by members of this and other forums. I know Paramount needs no reminder that hundreds of us here also await ROBINSON CRUSOE ON MARS, but a reminder every so often never hurt. I imagine the Jerry Lewis catalog will trickle out without any prompting from us. THE FRIENDS OF EDDIE COYLE is just a terrific movie, seen (even heard about) by way-y-y too few people. Never on video in any form. Paramount ought to step in with its own proper edition of Brando's ONE-EYED JACKS so that crumby little companies with inferior transfers don't make any more money from this public domain title. As always, thanks for the great work!!
Martin Blythe - Wil GREAT GATSBY have its original music score returned - will it have the original theatrical stereo track never used on any of the videos - will it have the missing scenes cut after the first run?
PARAMOUNT PLEASE RELEASE 1492 CONQUEST OF PARADIASE HEARTBURN RACING WITH THE MOON
Ragtime has been mention a few times, and I'll add my support. Many big names and one historic presence in this film. Includes ... Dir: Milos Forman Historic: James Cagney (last film performance of career) Stars: Brad Dourif (Wormtongue in LOTR) Mary Steenburgen Howard E. Rollins Jr. Elizabeth McGovern Jeff Daniels Samuel L. Jackson Choreography: Twyla Tharp Music: Randy Newman
Well, The Keep wasn't mentioned (as many suspected it would be) in Paramount's horror batch for Oct. Maybe Paramount is choosing to wait and get Mann's involvement and release the Director's Cut.
Damn, I hope that not mentioning THE KEEP was just an oversight. I thought this one had been confirmed!
I thought of another movie that I would want released King Kong (1976)-re-released in 16:9 with the hour of deleted footage that was in the tv version!
I would love Murder on the Orient Express.
i'd love to see this as well. maybe if they start on it now, they can release a few weeks before the Peter Jackson version hits the screens.
John Co wrote (post #110):
Can we start a new thread - man, this one is getting cumbersome....