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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Sep 10, 2019.
Figure studies indeed. My wife is an artist so that will be a FINE excuse.
What's the actual "nudie" content in these movies?
Asking for a friend!
Wil the Slip be made of brown paper?
Strictly two of the three ‘B’s, in 3D.
Think an early ‘60s issue of Playboy.
PG13 my modern standards.
I had the privilege of designing this cover for Kino Lorber. Funny... I've been an HTF member since high school and now I get to design the occasional Blu-Ray release!
There wasn't much to work with on this one though I managed to pull off a more complex solution that the producers liked but was too minimalist. They went with this cover instead.
At the end of the month, I'll be posting process pieces on my website both for this and Tamango, the other Kino title I designed (though that one mainly involved repurposing the original key art).
Visit scottsaslow.com to see more!
I'm looking forward to the reviews.
All this hand wringing over content tells me you all need to order "That's Sexploitation" along with this one so you can have a better understanding of the real history of film...
From the Amazon page:
The Bellboy and the Playgirls (1962)
Starring June Wilkinson
Directed by Fritz Umgelter and Francis Ford Coppola
1.85:1 • 94 minutes
I have the same problem.
Would you please post a review on Amazon when you have seen this release? Some maroon gave it a 1 star review (based on not seeing it) so we can use some positive feedback.
What’s doubly annoying is that 8 people found that clown’s comment “helpful”.
I've tried to correct this moron's comment but have to wait to see whether Amazon approves my post. I've tried to be polite!
I also saw that a few weeks back and reported it as attacking a disc that is not even available yet, but Amazon took no action.
I'll go leave a comment. Amazon has been terrible about removing stuff that should obviously removed and they have made it next to impossible to report and give the REASON.
I just left my review.
I got this the other night and gave it a spin. The star feature of this disc is Adam and the Six Eves and makes the purchase worth it just for that alone. Really great 3D. The short films are also quite interesting. The figure study is basically a view master on screen.
Quite disappointing is the "main" feature, The Bellboy and the Playgirls. There is virtually no 3D at all. In fact, you can watch the 3D without glasses with no trouble. I'm not sure if this was intentional or some kind of authoring error. Will give it another spin this weekend and see it I can make it through the entire feature.
There is nothing wrong with the authoring. The 3-D segment in BELLBOY looks fine. We always QC a check disc before replication.
I read this on another site which apparently addresses my confusion regarding the 3D in Bellboy...
"Regarding Nutie Cuties, nothing has been converted, it is all native 3-D material. The Coppola color 3-D footage in "Bellboys and the Playgirls" amounts to a few minutes only - it was spliced into a German black and white flat/2-D film made a few years earlier."
Can any light be shed on this? I did not watch the whole movie, only the first 5 chapters so I probably didn't get to the 3D part. In reality, it's no a big deal as the Adam feature is worth the price of admission alone (brings new definition to the word "pokies") but I am curious.