Absolutely! Day one purchase for me and would love to see it in its OAR. One of the funniest films ever made.How about a shout out for THE LONG, LONG TRAILER? It's a title that has never had an OAR home video release, and would seem to have a decent shot at selling well.
Ha, I think I've seen that list before Mind you, I'd love Pennies From Heaven, not that I've ever seen it, but the first time I do see it, I'd like to see a pristine Blu-ray...& another one I'd like to see that's hardly ever mentioned is Alex In Wonderland (1970).Still waiting for GOODBYE MR CHIPS----PENNIES FROM HEAVEN----THE BUTCHER BOY---SURVIVING PICASSO---ALICE DOSENT LIVE HERE ANYMORE---THE SHELTERING SKY--WHO'S LIFE IS IT ANYWAY?---SHOOT THE MOON.
BABY DOLL also springs to mind as one that needs an OAR re-do.Absolutely! Day one purchase for me and would love to see it in its OAR. One of the funniest films ever made.
When WAC re-releases a title on DVD-R they just port over the previous transfer and bonus content generally. I believe the same thing happened with Executive Suite. I think it's presented 4:3, also, unfortunately.
There was a print supposedly found in Hungary of Night at the Opera that is longer but heard nothing new for a while.I’m not surprised that High Society needs a lot of work considering it’s a Vistavision film, though I’m sure it will look quite good once they put it out.
I also think it’s good news that Night at the Opera is being considered for a Blu-ray release, even though there’s nothing concrete yet. I’ve read that there was originally a longer opening sequence in the film that was later cut on reissue, so a search for the footage of that scene might be what’s holding it up.
I just got done watching it on HBO Max in its entirety. You should be pleased with it.Would love to see a good transfer of Life with Father. I've suffered through mediocre transfers on disc and on TCM for years and never has it looked very good. The film's excellence in design, performance, music, and pace has kept me interested in revisiting it all these decades.
I have always liked "Sunrise at Campobello" The performances are wonderful and also Max Steiner's fantastic score.IMO, I can see "Sunrise at Campobello" and "Life with Father" on Warner Archive Blu-ray in September. They look so good that I'm going to watch them this week on HBO Max. I could say the same thing about "Tennessee Johnson", but I'm an American History buff and I abhorred the subject matter.
There is no doubt in my mind that "Life with Father" and "Sunrise at Campobello" are coming out on Blu-ray before 2021. WA didn't do that work on those two classic movies to just stream them.I do wonder just how much we can rely on the HBO Max titles for the next round of announcements. After all, they should be for October, and that list doesn't exactly sound like horror to me. Granted, I can understand if there aren't any horror films announced, since WAC was shut down for a while due to the pandemic (and that may have been the time frame when they needed to start working on October titles, for all I know). Still, if it is the case, there will be those very disappointed (I may not be one of them, since I don't care for the genre, but the break on my wallet would be preferred).