No. Quinn entered films in the mid-30's and made a vivid impression in a number of supporting roles over the next several years. His name is featured on the (beautiful) posters for a lot of late 30's Paramount pictures - "Daughter of Shanghai", "Dangerous to Know", "King of Chinatown", "Island of Lost Men" (all Anna May Wong vehicles) and "Last Train from Madrid" with Dorothy Lamour and Lew Ayres (which I believe Kino plans to release on Blu-ray). Quinn is also prominent (and certainly billed) in early 40's classics like "Blood and Sand" "Road to Morocco" and "The Ox-Bow Incident". Nice that full-fledged (and richly deserved) stardom finally arrived for the man in the 50's.and wasn't this Anthony Quinn's first credited role?
Many years ago in a second hand store, I found and bought the original MGM soundtrack album for this film. (I think I paid $1.) It was a stack of 78s, and I've never listened to it because I don't have a turntable that does 78s. But I still have the album with Margaret and Cyd on the cover. Was it the second MGM soundtrack album after Till the Clouds Roll By? I know it was one of the earliest ones.Yesterday I watched the Warner Archive DVD-R of The Unfinished Dance. I'd love this film to be given a new high definition master with particular attention being paid to the soundtrack - and then generating a Blu-ray disc.
MGM kicked off its record division in 1946 with the soundtrack (on 78 rpm) of "Till the Clouds Roll By" (MGM-1). And though they released a variety of items, the label - like the studio - was probably most famous in those days for its movie musicals. And - yes - "The Unfinished Dance"(MGM-4) was indeed their second soundtrack release, followed by "Good News"(MGM-17), "The Pirate"(MGM-21) and "Big City"(MGM-23), another Margaret O'Brien vehicle. "Till the Clouds Roll By", "Good News" and "The Pirate" eventually found their way to LP. But I think the two Margaret O'Brien titles only ever existed on 78.Many years ago in a second hand store, I found and bought the original MGM soundtrack album for this film. (I think I paid $1.) It was a stack of 78s, and I've never listened to it because I don't have a turntable that does 78s. But I still have the album with Margaret and Cyd on the cover. Was it the second MGM soundtrack album after Till the Clouds Roll By? I know it was one of the earliest ones.
Oh Yeah,Stranger on the Third Floor
The Seventh Victim
I Walked with a Zombie
All Through the Night
Arsenic and Old Lace
Lady in the Lake
Ok basically anything I own from the 40s that's with WB I want on Blu-ray. I could sit here all day listing them all
The Sea Hawk is on BD already.My BD Hitlist would be these titles ~