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Twilight Time has given us an exclusive early look at these September Announcements. Enjoy!
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THE LAST HURRAH (1958) BLU-RAY – September 18th

IN MY COUNTRY (2004) BLU-RAY – September 18th

THE OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT (1977) BLU-RAY – September 18th

THE BRAVADOS (1958) BLU-RAY – September 18th

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Wow, The Last Harrah! This John Ford completist is very happy. Also in for The Bravados since I hadn't yet picked up the German Blu-ray and I'm fairly confident that Twilight Time will give us the original 4.0 audio.
 
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Looking forward to The Other Side of Midnight. I know it isnt for everyone but Ive been begging for it for a while now, its a must own for me!

This is one I cant wait to hear Julie Kirgo’s thoughts in the booklet and who knows a commentary if it gets that treatment. Again it may be one I can see many just think it garbage or can enjoy it for the soapy crazy melodrama that it is.
 
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I'll buy The Other Side Of Midnight too. I saw it when it was new and enjoyed the film without taking it at all seriously. Seeing it again will be fun. I'll also buy The Bravados and The Last Hurrah. The DVD of The Bravados looks a bit tired. I hope the Fox magicians have performed a miracle because this is a Leon Shamroy movie.
 

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I just got the Bravado's german Bluray 2 months ago. I looks Excellent !! Region Free, and Much cheaper too !
 
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September is a mixed (interesting) bag a titles. I'm interested in The Last Hurrah. I was thinking perhaps The Gunfighter was coming and did not even consider The Bravados.
 

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The Other Side Of Midnight, one of the great soap opera movies of all time.

I’m in for this one along with The Last Hurrah and Bravados.
 

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Wow, The Last Harrah! This John Ford completist is very happy. Also in for The Bravados since I hadn't yet picked up the German Blu-ray and I'm fairly confident that Twilight Time will give us the original 4.0 audio.
Same here! I decided not to buy the German BD because I was waiting on TT have a proper release of it.:thumbsup:
 

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Definitely in for the '58 releases... On the fence for the "sure thing" film to prop up a potential Star Wars flop.
 

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Every since TT said they had Fallen Angel every month I keep hoping it gets announced..one of these days I hope :)
 

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In My Country is the 3rd Sony Pictures Classic title so far this year. Nick, any possibility of The Band's Visit?
 

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No love for a John Boorman film starring Samuel Jackson and Juliette Binoche? Boorman was nominated as Best Director at the Berlin Film Festival; must count for something.
I saw both Hurrah and Bravados when they came out. I last saw them some 40 years ago in 35mm prints. Hurrah looked stunning; Bravados looked magenta. I am certainly looking forward to watching these again.
 

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No love for a John Boorman film starring Samuel Jackson and Juliette Binoche? Boorman was nominated as Best Director at the Berlin Film Festival; must count for something.
I saw both Hurrah and Bravados when they came out. I last saw them some 40 years ago in 35mm prints. Hurrah looked stunning; Bravados looked magenta. I am certainly looking forward to watching these again.
I'm sure it's a wonderful film, but I'm just plain more interested in pre 1980 catalog titles.
 
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