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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Jim Bivins, Jan 28, 2002.
According to DVD drive-in they are being preped as SE's!
Oh please let this be true!!!!!
Praised be ye gods!
These films are my Holy Grails of all horror films. God I hope this is true.
A big step in the right direction for Warner regarding their catalog titles.
This is fantastic news!
Wow! Great news!!
What a great way to start a Tuesday morning!!
This would indeed be wonderful if true. It's Warner, though, so I'm not holding my breath.
From WB?!? I'll believe it when I see the DVDs on the shelf . Now give me the Haunting SE
This is the best news a Hammer fan could have hoped for. I can't wait for DVD editions of HORROR OF DRACULA and CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN! Not to mention the rest of the Warner/Hammer titles.
Excellent news! I'm really looking forward to finally getting 'Horror of Dracula'.
dvddrive-in.com is a very trustworthy site. I'd defintely believe them.
Hmm - I checked DVD Drive-In, and besides the Hammer news, they report that Deathmaster is finally slated for an eventual DVD release. Last time I saw that film was 1972 or so!
Great news about the Hammer titles!
Awsome Awsome Awsome! I sure hope this is true. My VHS of Horror of Dracual was looking a little tired. By the way, does anybody know the OAR of this movie? I would guess 1.66 x 1 (seeing as how it's british, and don't see any evidence of P&S). But I could be wrong.
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I can assure that this news is true. Didn't you see the quotes from the DVD producer? I have also been asking about the status of the rest of the Warner Hammers, but he has not gotten back to me yet. Last I heard, he was having a meeting with Warner on Thursday.
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No offense George, but my "believe it when I see it" attitude is more applied to WB than DVD Drive-in. I do recall a certain Wonked DVD that was supposed to have a anamorphic widescreen release that didnt come to pass until some encouragement from concerned parties .
It would also appear that the concerned parties that have been voicing their concerns for Hammer releases knew what they were talking about since it's mentioned that the Mummy was a successful release.
What numbers did the Mummy (1959) do? It is listed as a succesful release, but how successful was it??