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The Twilight Time News and Info Thread

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Twilight Time, Jul 8, 2015.

  1. Message #3501 of 3526 Nov 1, 2018
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    PMF

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    It never fails. No matter which titles I buy during a TT sale, there always seems to be that period of post-indecision and possible mourning over the ones that got left behind.
    Ah, that fear of any of those other truly desired titles becoming "Sold-Out".
    Think of the bridge scene from "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" and that question of "What is your favorite color?"; and you'll know exactly what I mean.

    Tough decisions.
     
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    I see Antony and Cleopatra is Region A only. l might still get this if the isolated music track is Stereo
    and it has the Overture.
    Also is the isolated music track from the CD which i think is a rerecording ?

    What a fantastic score by John Scott.

    Its a shame the audio is only 1.0 although we did have a 70mm 6 track stereo print the UK in 1972 on release.
     
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    I think other than Song of the South these will be released by Disney at some point from their Archive Collection.
     
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    Our disc does have an optional overture and exit music feature.
     
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    Many thanks for info.

    best Derek.
     
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    It would be nice to see a release of LORD JIM.
     
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    I have ordered Antony and Cleopatra and looking forward to checking it out.
     
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    it would really be special to sit down with Tuesday Weld, Millie Perkins and Gary Lockwood for a screen specific commentary. The holy grail would be discovering the footage shot of the original ending as well as footage of Elvis singing "Lonely Man" and "Forget Me Never" . any chance of any of this if TT were to issue Wild In The Country?
     
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    To the Twilight Time rep -- any heads up on a Sale starting Wednesday at SAE/TT? Last year the whole section went on sale around this time and the large majority of SAE/TT sales start midday Wednesday so just a guess.
     
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    Since Twilight Time has license deals with Fox, Sony and Universal, I've made a wish list for 2019. I've tried to be realistic and not get carried away. 10 from each studio (will be interesting to see which if any will see the light of day in 2019):

    Fox:

    1. Bird Of Paradise
    2. Deep Blue Sea
    3. Good Morning Miss Dove
    4. Hatful Of Rain
    5. Island In The Sun
    6. King Of The Khyber Rifles
    7. Magnificent Matador
    8. Prince Of Players
    9. Say One For Me
    10 Tender Is The Night

    Sony:

    1. Barabbas
    2. Count Three And Pray
    3. Running Man
    4. Mackenna's Gold
    5. Pepe
    6. Song Without End
    7. Strangers When We Meet
    8. They Came To Cordura
    9. Violent Men
    10 You Can't Run Away From It

    Universal:

    1. Interlude
    2. Man Could Get Killed
    3. Mary Queen Of Scots
    4. Midnight Lace
    5. Pete 'n' Tillie
    6. Secret Ceremony
    7. Tattered Dress
    8. Thoroughly Modern Millie
    9. Time To Love And A Time To Die

    10 Written On The Wind





     
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    I think Three Coins In The Fountain is more likely than Good Morning Miss Dove from Fox, and as Twilight Time likes Shirley Jones, Never Steal Anything Small must be on their own wish list from Universal.
     
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    I'd accept those as substitutes :)
     
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    I'm really hoping for Jose Ferrer's "The Great Man" from the Universal side of things.
     
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  14. Message #3514 of 3526 Nov 16, 2018 at 11:55 AM
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    INTERLUDE with Oskar Werner and a beautiful score by Georges Delerue is from Columbia.
    Hope it is released by TT
     
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    I've been looking for Never Steal Anything Small; I saw it once and remember at least some of it being really trippy. I mean, it's a musical about gangsters and a longshoreman's union!
     
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    Going out on a limb for the sake of sheer guessing, but I'd imagine a BD release of either "Queen Bee" (1955), "The Story on Page One" (1959) or "Sons and Lovers" (1960).
    All three are out of 20th Century-Fox and, perhaps most telling, all three are Jerry Wald productions.
    And Twilight Time loves Jerry Wald.

    Case in point:
    Miss Sadie Thompson (1954)
    The Eddie Duchin Story (1956)
    Peyton Place (1957)
    No Down Payment (1957)
    The Long, Hot Summer (1958)
    Beloved Infidel (1959)
    The Best of Everything (1959)
    The Sound and the Fury (1959)
    Let's Make Love (1960)
    Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation (1962)

    Bring it on TT. More Jerry Wald. Be it next month or the month, thereafter.:thumbs-up-smiley:
     
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    Queen Bee is actually a Columbia film.
     
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    Thanks for the correction.
    They all blended together, as TT has had access to many a great transfer from Columbia, as well.
    Still, in the end, all three remain a TT possibility.
    BTW, Charles B. Lang holds an Oscar record of 18 nominations for his cinematography; to which "Queen Bee" is included.
    Come to think of it, Mr. Lang was nominated for "Butterflies are Free" (1972), which is also out of Columbia Pictures.
    Zowie, one is a Butterfly and another is a Bee. Think of that. A perfect TT double-bill.:thumbs-up-smiley:
    Talkin' 'bout 2019, here; and, of course, Auld Lang Syne.;)
     
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    I'd kill for Sons and Lovers!
     
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    Marvellous wish list Thomas. I would only add Lord Jim and The Victors if any of the Columbia list has to be re-imagined.
     
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