What's new

You're The One That I Want: 70s Paramount Non Blu Disco graphy (1 Viewer)

Louis Letizia

Supporting Actor
Joined
Oct 10, 2000
Messages
998
Of all the major studios, Paramount seems to have the most extensive catalog films of the 70s not on Bluray. Their current licensing deals include Olive Films; Criterion and Kino

1970:

The Molly Maguires (NOB)
Tropic Of Cancer (NOB)
The Lawyer (NOV)
The Adventurers (NOB)
Connecting Rooms (NOV)
On A Clear Day You Can See Forever (NOB)
Catch 22 (NOB)
Darling Lili (NOB)
Borsalino (VHS)

Norwood (NOV)
The Out Of Towners (NOB)
Darker Than Amber (NOV)
Adam At 6AM (VHS)
Homer (NOV)

1971

Friends (VHS)
Waterloo (VHS)
Plaza Suite (NOB)
Unman, Wittering and Zigo (NOV)
Murphy's War (NOB)
The Red Tent (NOB)
Let's Scare Jessica To Death (NOB)
A Gunfight (VHS)
Been Down So Long Seems Up To Me (NOV)
The Bear and The Doll (NOV)
T.R. Baskin (NOV)
Joe Hill (NOB)
Black Beauty (NOB)
The Star Spangled Girl (NOB)
The Christian Licorice Store (NOV)
An African Elephant (NOV)

1972

Deadhead Miles (NOV)
Play It Again Sam (NOB)
The Possession Of Joel Delaney (NOB)
The Man (NOV)
Last Of The Red Hot Lovers (NOB)
A Seperate Peace (VHS)
Bad Company (NOB)

Legend Of N***** Charley (NOV)
Lady Sings The Blues (NOB)
Brother Sun, Sister Moon (NOB)
The Little Ark (VHS)

1973

First Circle (NOV)
Save The Tiger (NOB)
Fear Is The Key (NOV)
Paper Moon (NOB)
Soul Of N***** Charley (NOV)
A Doll's House (VHS)
Superfly TNT (VHS)
Bang The Drum Slowly (NOB)
Save The Children (NOV)
Jonathan Livingston Seagull (NOB)
Ash Wednesday (VHS)
Scalawag! (NOV)

1974

Three Tough Guys (NOV)
Daisy Miller (NOB)
Captain Kronos Vampire Killer (NOB)
Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell (NOB)
The Parallax View (NOB)
The Apprenticeship Of Duddy Kravitz (VHS)

The White Dawn (NOB)
The Dove (VHS)
The Little Prince (NOB)
The Gambler (NOB)
Murder On The Orient Express (NOB)
The Longest Yard. (NOB)

1975

The Day Of The Locust (NOB)
Sheila Levine Is Dead And Living In New York (NOV)
Posse (NOB)
Bug (NOB)
Mahogany (NOB)
Hustle (NOB)

1976

Lipstick (NOB)
The Bad News Bears (NOB)
Leadbelly (NOV)
The Tenant (NOB)
The Big Bus (NOB)
Lifeguard (NOB)
The Shootist (NOB)
Bugsy Malone (NOV)
King Kong (NOB)

The Good And The Bad (NOV)
The Last Tycoon (NOB)
The Memory Of Justice (NOV)

1977

Thieves (NOV)
Islands in The Stream (NOB)
Black Sunday (NOB)

Fraternity Row (NOV)
The Bad News Bears In Breaking Training (NOB)
Orca (NOB)
Race For Your Life Charlie Brown (NOB)
Citizen's Band/Handle With Care (VHS)
Looking For Mr. Goodbar (VHS)

First Love (VHS)

1978

American Hot Wax (NOV)
Pretty Baby (NOB)

Joseph Andrews (NOB)
Heaven Can Wait (NOB)
The Bad News Bears Go To Japan (NOB)
Foul Play (NOB)
Goin' South (NOB)
Oliver's Story (NOB)

1979

Real Life (NOB)
Hurricane (NOB)
An Almost Perfect Affair (NOB)
Players (VHS)
The Secret Life Of Plants (NOV)
Prophecy (NOB)
Sidney Sheldon's Bloodline (VHS)
Dance Of Death (NOV)
North Dallas Forty (NOB)
Sunburn (VHS)
The Nest Of Vipers (NOV)
Starting Over (NOB)

 
Last edited:

Jeffrey:K

Second Unit
Joined
Feb 10, 2006
Messages
358
Monte Walsh (actually a Cinema Center Films/National General release) was released on Blu by Kino Lorber.

The Confession
was released on Blu by Criterion, but is now OOP I think.

The Longest Yard is an NOB title not on your list.
 
Last edited:

Louis Letizia

Supporting Actor
Joined
Oct 10, 2000
Messages
998
Monte Walsh (actually a Cinema Center Films/National General release) was released on Blu by Kino Lorber.

The Confession
was released on Blu by Criterion, but is now OOP I think.

The Longest Yard is an NOB title not on your list.
Thanks. Could have sworn I had a Blu of The Longest Yard. Paramount controls the Cinema Center library
 

Ethan Riley

Senior HTF Member
Joined
Oct 12, 2005
Messages
4,286
Real Name
Ethan Riley
Snoopy Come Home came out on blu about two years ago.

Other than that, I notice that there's more Paramount titles on my blu wish list (1940s through 1980s) than any other studio--
 

Peter Apruzzese

Senior HTF Member
Joined
Dec 20, 1999
Messages
4,909
Real Name
Peter Apruzzese
Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter and Frankenstein & the Monster from Hell are both available on Blu-ray in Region B
 

Alan Tully

Senior HTF Member
Joined
Feb 19, 2008
Messages
4,646
Location
London
Real Name
Alan
Out of that lot I'd love:

The Molly Maguires
Catch-22
Play It Again Sam
The Longest Yard
The Day Of The Locust
The Big Bus
Heaven Can Wait

& I think I can wait as well, probably for a long time.

I've had the French Blu-ray of the '76 King Kong for a few years now & I'm quite pleased with it (it's region free). I understand that Studio-Canal controls this film in Europe, hence the various European releases.
 

Robin9

Senior HTF Member
Joined
Dec 13, 2006
Messages
7,684
Real Name
Robin
Gentlemen, here's a "heads-up" many will find interesting:

Molly Maguires, The.jpg


Available for pre-order now.
 

Users who are viewing this thread

Sign up for our newsletter

and receive essential news, curated deals, and much more







You will only receive emails from us. We will never sell or distribute your email address to third party companies at any time.

Latest Articles

Forum statistics

Threads
357,037
Messages
5,129,360
Members
144,284
Latest member
Ertugrul
Recent bookmarks
0
Top