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Discussion in 'DVD' started by MLamarre, Oct 20, 2013.
maybe fox will release it through the archives.
I added The Man From the Diners' Club (1963), To Sleep with Anger (1990), and City of Hope (1991) to the list.
Maybe we could finally get BARABBAS in BD for Christmas or Easter. Please!
Add the following two titles to the 1950 list:
1, California Conquest with Cornel Wilde and Teresa Wright
2. Prince of Pirates with John Derek and Barbara Rush
Two more for the 1950 list:
1. Cargo to Capetown with Broderick Crawford
2. Mission over Korea with John Hodiak and John Derek
Sony no longer has the rights to Night of The Juggler. The movie is now owned by a new copyright holder that's preventing it to be released on DVD, for unknown reasons. I would like Sony to release more of the Columbia comedy shorts. We already got the Stooges, Buster Keaton, and now, Charley Chase.
I added White Mischief (1987) and Golden Gate (1994) to the master list.
The Crimson Blade (1964), I Am the Law (1938) and The Slingshot (1993) are being released on February 4th as part of the Choice Collection. Master List updated.
Harry Langdon is the next logical release. I'm hoping they do it. They could take care of his shorts in two discs, much like with Chase.
Andy Clyde would also be great, though it would be a massive commitment as he did nearly 80 shorts at Columbia (second in number only to the Stooges).
The more shorts they release, the better.
PEPE (a favorite of mine) was shown on TCM a few days ago in a beautiful HD transfer . It is the short version but nevertheless it was to see it in HD. I hope it is available on streaming platforms soon.
What? No love for George Stevens' exceptional The Talk of the Town (1942) costarring Jean Arthur, Cary Grant and Ronald Colman? This has to be one of the sadly underrated politically-themed rom/coms of all time, with Colman's judge, on the cusp of become a Supreme Court nominee, embroiled in a local arson case in which Grant's wrongfully accused every man has fallen madly for the town's scatterbrain, played by Arthur.
love given, yes i would like to see that released,
another thing that i would have lie to see continue is the deal that Powerhouse /Indicator had with Sony/Columbia of being able to release items region free, god they were knocking the Hammer titles out of the park, great Randolph Scott set, i get it that the want to do north american releases through a company in the States, ( more revenue from deals). But sometimes a great boxset is the better deal.
Quite a list! May I add The Petty Girl(1950) and The Barefoot Mailman(1951)? Thanks.
20th Century Fox: "The Visit" Ingrid Bergman and Anthony Quinn. anamorphic and wide screen.
. . . and is about to make its debut on Blu-ray disc.
Would love to see Lord Jim; The Victors; Barabas; McKennas Gold and Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows get the Blu Ray treatment from Sony.
My Sony / Columbia Wish List : Barabbas (1961) Damn the Defiant ! (1962) Lawrence of Arabia 4K UHD ,The Guns of Navarone 4K UHD, Jason and the Argonauts 4K UHD , Creatures the World Forgot (1971) Hammer Films.
Since we have a foreign film as best picture how about a re-release of the 1972 Oscar winner The Garden of the Finzi-Continis? The dvd's are out of print so a Blu-ray release would be nice.
"The Victors" restored, uncut, would be outstanding.