Twilight Time has given us an exclusive early look at these June Announcements. Enjoy!
If you see these titles posted elsewhere within 8 HOURS without credit being given to HTF, rest assured it came from us first!
Note: Moving forward we are going to announce our schedule ONE month at a time instead of two.
HELLO, FRISCO, HELLO (1943) BLU-RAY — June 18 [2K Restoration]
HUSSY (1980) BLU-RAY — June 18 (Helen Mirren/John Shea)
MOTHER WORE TIGHTS (1947) BLU-RAY — June 18 [2K Restoration]
PIN UP GIRL (1944) BLU-RAY — June 18 [2K Restoration]
- Dec 13, 2006
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Oh yes; and I don't want to hear any complaints about the quality from those people who are forever posting lists of their Blu-ray demands and including these '40s Fox titles in those lists.
- Sep 30, 2001
Well, I am so happy with this announcement. Frisco is my favorite Faye movie and having Mother wore tights in home video! Thank Twilight Time!!!!!!
I hope you have more of these ladies movies to release in the future (Down Argentine, Tin Pan Alley, That Night In Rio, Moon Over Miami, Springtime in the Rockie, maybe).
Hello Frisco Hello was released as a pressed dvd part of the Alice Faye box set (Fox Marquee musicals). I never bought Mother wore tights because I never cared for Dvd-Rs.Mother Wore Tights is definitely among Betty Grable's best musicals; I LOVE the score and made an audio tape of it one time from a TV broadcast so I could listen to the songs over and over. I reviewed both it and Hello, Frisco, Hello in their DVD-MOD incarnations, so these Blu-rays will have to be a step up from those.
- Mar 2, 2005
Interestingly I went to You-Tube to watch the "You'll Never Know," number not that long ago and to my surprise it was no where to be found when I looked.
Other Alice Faye segments were there, including a quite good 1980's performance of the song by Alice Faye, and one with just film stills, but no vintage 1943 movie clip of Alice on the phone. So this is welcome news indeed.
- Dec 28, 2017
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- Feb 26, 2005
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May pick up the other two 40’s titles.
(Now if they could only clear up the non-specified ‘issues’ with You Were Never Lovelier, I’d be ecstatic)
- Aug 15, 2001
All these musicals as well, sheesh I could take the whole kit & kaboodle.
Now if TT could just get one other musical out there, Skatetown USA (1979).
I'm in for the Fox titles and only hope they look as good as My Gal Sal. Centennial Summer is another title where I hope the clearance/release issues can be resolved. And as stated above, I'd love to see a release of Springtime in the Rockies along with Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe. The latter title may have clearance issues as well since I don't believe it's ever been released in any home video format.
If y’all ever get a chance, check out the Phil Harris & Alice Faye Radio Show On SiriusXM Radio Classics.You can’t go wrong with Alice Faye and Betty Grable. Day one purchases for me!
That show is always a riot, especially when bratty wise guy kid Julius shows up on the scene.
Phil Harris: “shucks Julius, we set up camp 3 days ago and it’s rained every minute of the day”
Julius: “No wonder schmuck, you pitched your tent under a waterfall “.