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- Dec 9, 1998
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Very true..."A Face in the Crowd" could practically be seen as a documentary todayPlus, it's much easier to manipulate them as the abilities to reach the masses has only grown with technological advances.
I urge you to contact VCI, and inquire if they might re-release this title at some point? They are very responsive to inquirey and you may be very surprised by them.A big fan of VCI I had their VHS of the film And The There Were None then I bought the old Image disc I do think we will ever see a really great release of this film - wonder if the original neg even exists
That's a hard one, with allof these mergers, buyouts and aqusitions sterring up the pot, until the smoke clears it is going to be impossible to disern who and where these titles landed and wether or not the ones that do have them, even know that they are in their collections? Especially older titles, pre 2000s.Nuns on the Run. The US DVD release is long out of the print. Good cast (Eric Idle, Robbie Coltrane) and directed by Jonathan Lynn (Clue, My Cousin Vinny).
In the mid 90s, Ted Turner released a pile of TV movies on American Indian history for TNT, the first of which was Geronimo. It starred Joseph Runningfox in the title role. The TV film came out 4 or 5 days before the theatrical version starring Wes Studi. The TV film focused on Geronimo's life story whereas the the theatrical movie was only set during the last 2 or 3 years of his life as a free man before surrendering in 1886. I don't know if the TV movie was shot on film, then edited down on video, or if it was just shot on video. It was last available in the mid 90s on VHS. Someone ripped it and put it on YouTube.
OK… in fairness NOT ALL FORGOTTEN but FILMS YET ON Blu Ray or UHD…ST LOUIS BLUES (Nat King Cole- VistaVision), SOUNDER, PENNIES FROM HEAVEN (Film and Series!), OKOGE, PUNKS (Patrick Ian-Polk), NOAH’S ARC: JUMPING THE BROOM, THE SKINNY, STAR 80, NEW FACES (Eartha Kitt!), HELLZAPOPPIN’, LITTLE DORRIT, Parts I and II, THE MACK, WILLIE DYNAMITE, HIGH SOCIETY, SWEENEY TODD (Angela Lansbury and George Hearn), TAP, GAY PURREE, PACIFIC OVERTURES (Original Broadway Cast, Japanese Television) THE MUSIC LOVERS, THE DEVILS, LIL ABNER, SLEUTH (Caine, Olivier) FORTUNE and MEN’S EYES, COME BACK, CHARLESTON BLUE, THE GREAT WHITE HOPE, VICTIM, HAMLET(Richard Burton, Filmed Broadway Production, directed by Gielgud), INVITATION TO DANCE, THE LIFE of MOLIERE (Mnouchkine) HAMLET (Peter Brook Adrian Lester) THE TRAGEDIE du CARMEN (Peter Brook)
4KUHD- Any of the above and…
THE HATEFUL EIGHT (Full length Roadshow 70 MM), A PASSAGE TO INDIA, BARRY LYNDON, LOLA MONTES, DOCTOR ZHIVAGO, RYAN’S DAUGHTER, CABARET, SWEET CHARITY, OKLAHOMA! THE KING and I, THE HUMAN CONDITION, COLLECTED WORKS of VISCONTI, HERO (Jet Li), HAIR, COLLECTED WORKS of KUROSAWA, BLACK NARCISSUS, THIEF OF BAGHDAD, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, ALIENS, THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT I-III, THE MUSIC MAN (remastered?), THE BIG PARADE, SUNRISE, FUNNY GIRL, ROPE, FRENZY, THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH, NORTH BY NORTHWEST, MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS(Lumet!) NETWORK, BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU’RE DEAD, CHINATOWN, ROSEMARY’S BABY, TESS, FASTER PUSSYCAT, KILL! KILL! KING OF KINGS, THE EGYPTIAN, THE UMBRELLAS of CHERBOURG, THE YOUNG GIRLS OF ROCHEFORT,
the opening discription to qualify the term,OK… in fairness NOT ALL FORGOTTEN but FILMS YET ON Blu Ray or UHD…
Not a bad sequel to Peyton Place except for the fact that all the major rolls are re-cast with different actors. In the early 60s 20th-Fox released this and the original as a double bill when they saw that The Robe/Demetrius & the Gladiators did well as a pair. Mary Astor steals every scene she’s in. She doesn’t have to compete with another actress’ performance because her role didn’t exist in the original.