Warner Archive January 2018 Blu Rays

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Warner Archive just posted a teaser on Facebook of their January Blu Rays.
Titles were:
Harper
The Drowning Pool
The Hanging Tree
Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III
Flight of the Dragons (Animated movie)
Teen Titans
Animal Kingdom: Season 2

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  1. OliverK

    The Hanging Tree is a big and pleasant surprise, I last watched it as a VHS recording decades ago.
    My next viewing will be on the new Archives blu-ray, good times!

    Yes I am looking forward to The Hanging Tree and Harper the most from this list. I saw The Hanging Tree for the 1st time on TCM about 4 years ago and liked it alot. Time for another viewing in a superior version.

  2. skylark68

    Sounds like overall some good titles. I'm definitely in for The Hanging Tree and maybe the two Newman films.

    I'm a little surprised about Leatherface…

    80's and 90's horror has a big following on blu ray and dvd. Still the biggest selling genre so this will sell. In fact most of the replies to facebook are only commenting about Leatherface. I just like how Warner Archive obviously is trying to please everyone with so many different types of releases every month. But people don't realize how much they have to release so different groups always complain that they aren't releasing the films they want. Just can't please everyone.

  3. I'm glad The Hanging Tree is more available now, through DVD, TCM airings, and now the Blu. Warner's old VHS of the film was fantastically rare–don't know if a few copies were issued and the rest withdrawn, but it was hard to find.

  4. It's probably a long shot at best, but I wonder whether Warner Archive might ever issue GOLD RAIDERS (1951), a western comedy which stars The Three Stooges and George O'Brien? The other night, I discovered my Warner DVD combo of this and MEET THE BARON (1933) is semi defective (Nearly 4 years after ordering this from a former Amazon Marketplace vendor, SURPLUSDVD NEW YORK, that apparently no longer exists!) and won't play GOLD RAIDERS, and a replacement DVD would cost me over $25 and involve another 3rd party vendor as Amazon Canada no longer sells this title directly. At that price, I might as well get an upgraded Blu-ray, if at all possible!

    CHEERS! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. The Hanging Tree is a surprise. I recall that they spent a long time trying to find good elements for the DVD. I didnt know they succeeded enough to release a Blu. Iโ€™m really happy about that title along with the two Newman titles.

  6. OliverK

    The Hanging Tree is a big and pleasant surprise, I last watched it as a VHS recording decades ago.
    My next viewing will be on the new Archives blu-ray, good times!

    The Hanging Tree came out on a DVD-R a few years ago. It was not a good presentation of the film. The elements looked very much the worse for wear and I assumed little could be done to improve the situation. I'm surprised this Blu-ray disc is coming from Warner Archive. I very much look forward to a huge upgrade.

    The Hanging Tree is a really good film with Gary Cooper playing a much darker, more sinister character than usual.

  7. I hope these are popular titles that make a lot of people happy, and do good business for WB. To be honest, these are not titles I've been pining for, but some of them are good films and others may well prove commercially savvy choices.

    Here's hoping a (not too distant) future round of announcements will bring something I'm more genuinely thrilled about!

  8. I have that Archive DVD and never watched it as it looked so bad.
    It was one of the early ones that taught me to not buy too many of them unless I really need to see a movie badly enough.

    The Blu-ray is indeed very unexpected and I like the movie a lot, one of his late and darker western roles and one of my favorites along with Link Jones in Man of the West. Love that score, too and the very strong supporting cast.

  9. TheSteig

    I dont know if these are January 2018 or if they are just coming in 2018 but Im in for TCM III as long as it's uncut like the DVD. You will read that pretty often from other fans ๐Ÿ˜€

    They have been releasing 4-6 titles plus a tv show or two for awhile. This is 5 titles and 2 tv shows so this should be January. But the way they worded is not clear to be sure.

  10. BRAD1963

    I'd like The LIfe and Times of Judge Roy Bean also.

    Yup, Harper & Roy Bean are on all my Warner wants lists, so fingers crossed for Roy Bean. I really do enjoy these mid-month announcements, a bit of hopeful anticipation, followed by disappointment & occasional joy!

  11. Billy Batson

    Yup, Harper & Roy Bean are on all my Warner wants lists, so fingers crossed for Roy Bean. I really do enjoy these mid-month announcements, a bit of hopeful anticipation, followed by disappointment & occasional joy!

    I am happy that Warner is continuing to support WAC and appears to keep the titles flowing in 2018.

  12. Rodney

    that sounds a lot like a Yogi Bera saying, like "No one goes there nowadays, itโ€™s too crowded."

    Like the quote from that Woody Allen movie: "Boy, the food at this place is really terrible." The other one says, "Yeah, I know; and such small portions."

    Funny quotes aside I have started or sampled a number of movies and then decided not to watch them due to bad picture quality, must be about two dozen DVD's and Blu-ray's by now. One of them was The Hanging Tree that I checked immediately when I got it and I was rather disappointed with what I saw. I am happy that I did not feel the urge to watch it anyway as now a much better version will be released.

  13. warnerbro

    Not interested in these. Hoping for more real classics from the 40s and 50s.

    Not sure that there are that many left that Warners owns and where they also are prepared to spend the amount of money that it takes to release them to Blu-ray in Warner Archive Quality (i.e.. very good).

    Do you mind sharing the top 5 or 10 unreleased "real" classics that you are thinking of?

  14. When I think of "real classics", for some reason I think b/w. A lot of the titles on my WAC wants lists are just fun films & good examples of what they are, like: Scaramouche, Land Of The Pharaohs, The Last Of Sheila & The Life & Times Of Judge Roy Bean. When I think of real classics I'm thinking Marx Brothers Opera/Races, Angels With Dirty Faces, Gold Diggers of 1933, All That Money Can Buy, The Bad And The Beautiful, maybe The Sea Hawk & maybe the first two Johnny Weissmuller Tarzan films, all requiring a fair bit of work I'm sure. As I've posted, I do love these regular mid-month announcements, no other studios do it.

  15. OliverK

    Not sure that there are that many left that Warners owns and where they also are prepared to spend the amount of money that it takes to release them to Blu-ray in Warner Archive Quality (i.e.. very good).

    Do you mind sharing the top 5 or 10 unreleased "real" classics that you are thinking of?

    Given that Warner Archive usually release on Blu-ray disc those films which already looked pretty good on DVD – The Hanging Tree being a major exception to that rule – I would suggest that Across The Pacific and Now, Voyager are obvious candidates for a Blu-ray release.

  16. OliverK

    Not sure that there are that many left that Warners owns and where they also are prepared to spend the amount of money that it takes to release them to Blu-ray in Warner Archive Quality (i.e.. very good).

    Do you mind sharing the top 5 or 10 unreleased "real" classics that you are thinking of?

    Given that Warner Archive usually release on Blu-ray disc those films which already looked pretty good on DVD – The Hanging Tree being a major exception to that rule – I would suggest that Across The Pacific and Now, Voyager are obvious candidates for a Blu-ray release.

  17. OliverK

    Not sure that there are that many left that Warners owns and where they also are prepared to spend the amount of money that it takes to release them to Blu-ray in Warner Archive Quality (i.e.. very good).

    Do you mind sharing the top 5 or 10 unreleased "real" classics that you are thinking of?

    Given that Warner Archive usually release on Blu-ray disc those films which already looked pretty good on DVD – The Hanging Tree being a major exception to that rule – I would suggest that Across The Pacific and Now, Voyager are obvious candidates for a Blu-ray release.

  18. OliverK

    Not sure that there are that many left that Warners owns and where they also are prepared to spend the amount of money that it takes to release them to Blu-ray in Warner Archive Quality (i.e.. very good).

    Do you mind sharing the top 5 or 10 unreleased "real" classics that you are thinking of?

    A 3D blu ray of 1954's Phantom of the Rue Morgue, with an extra of the 1941 MGM Pete Smith short Third Dimensional Murder. George Feltenstein, please call Bob Furmanek. ๐Ÿ™‚

  19. OliverK

    Not sure that there are that many left that Warners owns and where they also are prepared to spend the amount of money that it takes to release them to Blu-ray in Warner Archive Quality (i.e.. very good).

    Do you mind sharing the top 5 or 10 unreleased "real" classics that you are thinking of?

    A 3D blu ray of 1954's Phantom of the Rue Morgue, with an extra of the 1941 MGM Pete Smith short Third Dimensional Murder. George Feltenstein, please call Bob Furmanek. ๐Ÿ™‚

  20. OliverK

    Not sure that there are that many left that Warners owns and where they also are prepared to spend the amount of money that it takes to release them to Blu-ray in Warner Archive Quality (i.e.. very good).

    Do you mind sharing the top 5 or 10 unreleased "real" classics that you are thinking of?

    A 3D blu ray of 1954's Phantom of the Rue Morgue, with an extra of the 1941 MGM Pete Smith short Third Dimensional Murder. George Feltenstein, please call Bob Furmanek. ๐Ÿ™‚

  21. OliverK

    Not sure that there are that many left that Warners owns and where they also are prepared to spend the amount of money that it takes to release them to Blu-ray in Warner Archive Quality (i.e.. very good).

    Do you mind sharing the top 5 or 10 unreleased "real" classics that you are thinking of?

    A 3D blu ray of 1954's Phantom of the Rue Morgue, with an extra of the 1941 MGM Pete Smith short Third Dimensional Murder. George Feltenstein, please call Bob Furmanek. ๐Ÿ™‚

  22. Thanks all for your input regarding "real" classics, I guess this is more of personal likes and dislikes at this point as there is not exactly another Gone with the Wind or Casablanca waiting to be released.

    For me The Hanging Tree is such a favorite that I would not have expected to see on Blu-ray anytime soon and among those that were mentioned in the last posts another one that I would LOVE to see released is Land of the Pharaohs, this movie needs to be out on Blu-ray for its spectacular cinematography.

  23. Robert Crawford

    I didn't think The Hanging Tree WA DVD was that terrible.

    Neither did I. I thought the DVD looked excellent, considering the technical limits. I saw the film a few times back when it was released and I thought it looked spectacular. There was something really special about the color in THE HANGING TREE. And I felt the DVD suggested as best it was able to that visual appeal. The colors (from a nearly 60 year remove) seemed fairly accurate and nicely rendered. Of course, the DVD was just good enough to suggest how much better the film would look on Blu. And perhaps that's why many people on this forum are calling the DVD "crap". Not because it's inherently inferior, but because it's just good enough to demonstrate how much better it could be in HD.

  24. OliverK

    Not sure that there are that many left that Warners owns and where they also are prepared to spend the amount of money that it takes to release them to Blu-ray in Warner Archive Quality (i.e.. very good).

    Do you mind sharing the top 5 or 10 unreleased "real" classics that you are thinking of?

    My wish list:

    ARSENIC AND OLD LACE
    MY FAVORITE WIFE
    DOCTOR X/MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM
    IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME
    SHOW BOAT (1936, 1951)
    FOREVER DARLING/THE LONG TRAILER
    THE UNHOLY THREE
    THE UNKNOWN

  25. warnerbro

    My wish list:

    ARSENIC AND OLD LACE
    MY FAVORITE WIFE
    DOCTOR X/MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM
    IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME
    SHOW BOAT (1936, 1951)
    FOREVER DARLING/THE LONG TRAILER
    THE UNHOLY THREE
    THE UNKNOWN

    Arsenic and old Lace is indeed a big one that I forgot about, would be great to finally have it on Blu-ray!

  26. Robin9

    The Hanging Tree came out on a DVD-R a few years ago. It was not a good presentation of the film. The elements looked very much the worse for wear and I assumed little could be done to improve the situation. I'm surprised this Blu-ray disc is coming from Warner Archive. I very much look forward to a huge upgrade.

    The Hanging Tree is a really good film with Gary Cooper playing a much darker, more sinister character than usual.

    Hopefully, the following information should make you happy then again, maybe not.;)

    THE HANGING TREE (1959)
    NEW 2018 1080p HD REMASTER FROM NEW 4K SCAN OF ORIGINAL CAMERA NEGATIVE
    Run Time 107:00
    Subtitles English SDH
    DTS HD-Master Audio 2.0 – English
    ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO – 1.78:1, 16 X 9 WIDESCREEN
    COLOR
    BD 50
    Trailer in HD

    Many stars saddled up and rode into Technicolorยฎ sunsets during the great Western revival of the 1950s, but only a few would be forever associated with the rugged individualists of the West. Among them are John Wayne, Randolph Scott and the star of The Hanging Tree, Gary Cooper.

    The story takes place in Skull Creek, an 1870s Montana gold camp. Dr. Joseph Frail (Cooper) arrives, setting out his shingle near the campโ€™s boom-or-bust hubbub of adventurers, ladies of fortune, mountain men and just plain decent folks. As skilled with a six-gun as with a scalpel, Frail will need both. A tragic past shadows his days. The treachery of the mob clouds his future. A determined immigrant (Maria Schell), a shifty-eyed miner (Karl Malden) and a hellfire preacher (debuting George C. Scott) figure prominently in Frailโ€™s showdown with fate. Prominent, too, is the breathtaking countryside. Here, the mountains are imposing. And a man alone looms ever taller.

  27. The two Show Boats
    Every Fred and Ginger title
    Three Little Words
    The Pyjama Game

    Captain Blood
    The Sea Hawk
    Captains Courageous
    National Velvet
    Lassie Come Home

    Some of those aren't Warners but they all deserve BR treatment …..

  28. Robert Crawford

    Hopefully, the following information should make you happy then again, maybe not.;)

    Wow, it certainly makes me happy to see this ๐Ÿ™‚

    What I remember from the DVD is color fringing and a greenish tint to a number of scenes and I am pretty sure that both effects will be very much reduced if not gone with the Blu-ray.

  29. Robert Crawford

    Hopefully, the following information should make you happy then again, maybe not.;)

    That does indeed make me happy; not only because it guarantees a very high quality disc but also because it confirms that Warners will now occasionally go back to the OCN for films which were originally released on DVD-R. Previously only films which looked superb on DVD-R, like Susan Slept Here, have made the leap to Blu-ray.

    I don't think, until fairly recently with their Blu-ray discs of Night Moves and On Dangerous Ground, Warners went back to the OCN for working elements.

    I'm hopeful that some other films which came out originally as part of the Warner Archive MOD project will now be upgraded. I'm thinking of films like Bhowani Junction and Party Girl; possibly even Meet Me In Las Vegas.

  30. Camps

    A 3D blu ray of 1954's Phantom of the Rue Morgue, with an extra of the 1941 MGM Pete Smith short Third Dimensional Murder. George Feltenstein, please call Bob Furmanek. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I too would love to see this and any other 3D films from the Warner Vault. Also STILL waiting for Warners to grow a pair and give us the unrated Ken Russell's The Devils. Like to see The Music Lovers on Blu-ray too. And there are many worthy musicals that still need upgrading like The Pajama Game, Footlight Parade and This is The Army.

  31. Richard V

    The Silver Chalice?

    LOL…. I read that Newman penned an apologia for this movie which he paid to place in, I believe, Variety or Hollywood Reporter. No way to endear himself to the producers and director so early in his career….. but things worked out for him eventually of course…

  32. Will*B

    I noticed over on another forum that Warner have announced that Leatherface: TCM 3 is a new scan of the unrated version.

    It also contains the extras from the original LD/DVD version.

    Sold!

    I'm just shocked so many asked or demanded that they would only buy it if it was Unrated Version on facebook. I mean the laserdisc and DVD contained the Unrated Version and this is Warner Archive who have been providing stellar quality blu rays and I don't remember them not releasing an unrated cut if they have the rights to it and/or it isn't in horrible condition. 2 things that would stop any studio or company from releasing it so it should have gone without saying that of course it will be the Unrated cut. I'm sure every studio should know by now that that's the only version horror fans want of their movies if it is available.

  33. Randy Korstick

    I'm just shocked so many asked or demanded that they would only buy it if it was Unrated Version on facebook. I mean the laserdisc and DVD contained the Unrated Version and this is Warner Archive who have been providing stellar quality blu rays and I don't remember them not releasing an unrated cut if they have the rights to it and/or it isn't in horrible condition. 2 things that would stop any studio or company from releasing it so it should have gone without saying that of course it will be the Unrated cut. I'm sure every studio should know by now that that's the only version horror fans want of their movies if it is available.

    Because many horror fans on those pages are spoiled entitlement types and an embarrassment to collectors. I did hear that this isnt a January release based on an online vendors information that was shared with me. I do hope it will be coming well before October though

  34. TheSteig

    Because many horror fans on those pages are spoiled entitlement types and an embarrassment to collectors. I did hear that this isnt a January release based on an online vendors information that was shared with me. I do hope it will be coming well before October though

    You're not wrong about some fans being entitled but in the case of TCM 3, the movie is missing three or four minutes of gore. In a case like that, I wouldn't blame them for letting Warners know they want the unrated one.

  35. Camps

    LOL…. I read that Newman penned an apologia for this movie which he paid to place in, I believe, Variety or Hollywood Reporter. No way to endear himself to the producers and director so early in his career….. but things worked out for him eventually of course…

    I believe the ad in question was placed when the film was about to make its premiere on Television in the 60โ€™s (by which point Newman was already well established in Hollywood). In all honesty, I find it very easy to see Newman discouraged people from watching it (or at least encouraged mocking the film) as aside from the Franz Waxman score, itโ€™s not a very good film, and donโ€™t get me started on the art direction.

  36. OliverK

    Not sure that there are that many left that Warners owns and where they also are prepared to spend the amount of money that it takes to release them to Blu-ray in Warner Archive Quality (i.e.. very good).

    Do you mind sharing the top 5 or 10 unreleased "real" classics that you are thinking of?

    Helen of Troy, A Face in the Crowd, Night of the Iguana
    The Cardinal
    , Designing Woman, Mr. Skeffington,
    Life of Emile Zola
    , The Great Ziegfeld, Blackboard Jungle
    The Man Who Came to Dinner
    , Captains Courageous,
    Cimarron ('30), Julius Caesar ('53)…just for starters. Plus some historical titles like:
    Land of the Pharaohs, Ivanhoe, The Silver Chalice or Scaramouche.

  37. Billy Batson

    Yeah, epics & swashbucklers, fun movies, & Warner has a lot of 'em ๐Ÿ™‚

    Yes, we know Warners own a lot of great films, but how many are in sufficiently good condition to make the jump to Blu-ray without very expensive remedial work?

  38. Robin9

    Yes, we know Warners own a lot of great films, but how many are in sufficiently good condition to make the jump to Blu-ray without very expensive remedial work?

    Oh yes, I'm sure every release requires a lot of work, & I'm thinking these WAC Blu-ray releases are just a small offshoot of an extensive restoration project, it would just be nice to have these films as part of the mix, but I suppose this is the wrong thread for wanted films, as we know what's being released in January, & I'm looking forward to buying Harper, probably my first purchase of 2018.

  39. Robin9

    Yes, we know Warners own a lot of great films, but how many are in sufficiently good condition to make the jump to Blu-ray without very expensive remedial work?

    Oh yes, I'm sure every release requires a lot of work, & I'm thinking these WAC Blu-ray releases are just a small offshoot of an extensive restoration project, it would just be nice to have these films as part of the mix, but I suppose this is the wrong thread for wanted films, as we know what's being released in January, & I'm looking forward to buying Harper, probably my first purchase of 2018.

  40. Robin9

    Yes, we know Warners own a lot of great films, but how many are in sufficiently good condition to make the jump to Blu-ray without very expensive remedial work?

    Oh yes, I'm sure every release requires a lot of work, & I'm thinking these WAC Blu-ray releases are just a small offshoot of an extensive restoration project, it would just be nice to have these films as part of the mix, but I suppose this is the wrong thread for wanted films, as we know what's being released in January, & I'm looking forward to buying Harper, probably my first purchase of 2018.

  41. TheSteig

    Because many horror fans on those pages are spoiled entitlement types and an embarrassment to collectors. I did hear that this isnt a January release based on an online vendors information that was shared with me. I do hope it will be coming well before October though

    Well WA has the full specs advertisement up for Leatherface and they have never done the full specs sheet for any release more than 2 months in advance so if it isn't January it will be out in February, the same with all the titles in this thread. WA doesn't make advanced announcements for the year usually 1 month announcement, occasionally 2 months. So you don't have to worry I'm sure they have several other horror titles planned for September or October.

  42. TheSteig

    Because many horror fans on those pages are spoiled entitlement types and an embarrassment to collectors. I did hear that this isnt a January release based on an online vendors information that was shared with me. I do hope it will be coming well before October though

    Well WA has the full specs advertisement up for Leatherface and they have never done the full specs sheet for any release more than 2 months in advance so if it isn't January it will be out in February, the same with all the titles in this thread. WA doesn't make advanced announcements for the year usually 1 month announcement, occasionally 2 months. So you don't have to worry I'm sure they have several other horror titles planned for September or October.

  43. TheSteig

    Because many horror fans on those pages are spoiled entitlement types and an embarrassment to collectors. I did hear that this isnt a January release based on an online vendors information that was shared with me. I do hope it will be coming well before October though

    Well WA has the full specs advertisement up for Leatherface and they have never done the full specs sheet for any release more than 2 months in advance so if it isn't January it will be out in February, the same with all the titles in this thread. WA doesn't make advanced announcements for the year usually 1 month announcement, occasionally 2 months. So you don't have to worry I'm sure they have several other horror titles planned for September or October.

  44. They did it with The Hidden – it was announced twice ๐Ÿ™‚
    Im not worried at all – simply hopeful it comes sooner than later , especially with some rumors swirling around, 2018 is going to be a good year for collectors, but what year isnt ?

  45. They did it with The Hidden – it was announced twice ๐Ÿ™‚
    Im not worried at all – simply hopeful it comes sooner than later , especially with some rumors swirling around, 2018 is going to be a good year for collectors, but what year isnt ?

  46. They did it with The Hidden – it was announced twice ๐Ÿ™‚
    Im not worried at all – simply hopeful it comes sooner than later , especially with some rumors swirling around, 2018 is going to be a good year for collectors, but what year isnt ?

  47. Ah, so I won't be seeing Harper in the UK 'till the end of March, I hope there's another one or two titles announced for Jan/Feb, or it'll be the first quarter of the year gone & only one title for me. Oh well, you need to be patient to be a fan of catalogue releases, & I have a large backlog of Blu-rays to watch (mostly TV box sets).

  48. Now that AUNTIE MAME has been released, fulfilling one of my three WB titles from the 50s I'd like to see on BD, how about Billy Wilder's THE SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS (with a wonderful Franz Waxman score) and John Ford/Mervyn Leroy's MR. ROBERTS (starring Jack Lemmon, James Cagney, Henry Fonda and William Powell, in 2.55:1 scope)?

  49. Camps

    LOL…. I read that Newman penned an apologia for this movie which he paid to place in, I believe, Variety or Hollywood Reporter. No way to endear himself to the producers and director so early in his career….. but things worked out for him eventually of course…

    Of course he did. He was the "boy toy" rosy faced plaything for Virginia Mayo in the picture and not much more. Wasn't this his first major role? It was Jack Palance's showpiece, not Newman's. And Palance did a great and over-the-top job, a true joy for his fans (such as myself). The crazy unusual set pieces, the wonderful score by Franz Waxman, the gorgeous photography, that outlandish feast sequence make this film a real HOOT. Myrna Loy had to go through many "pretty face and figure" pictures, some very good ones, before she got the chance to really show her stuff, too. The Silver Chalice would make one phenomenal blu-ray. Not holding my breath, however, knowing what WB Archives prefers. Just lend it to Kino. for Christ's sake.

  50. warnerbro

    My wish list:

    ARSENIC AND OLD LACE
    MY FAVORITE WIFE
    DOCTOR X/MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM
    IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME
    SHOW BOAT (1936, 1951)
    FOREVER DARLING/THE LONG TRAILER
    THE UNHOLY THREE
    THE UNKNOWN

    My wish list to Warner Archive:

    1. The Naked Spur (1953)
    2. The Naked Spur (1953)
    3. The Naked Spur (1953)

    ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Anthony Mann's superb western with incredible performances by Jimmy Stewart and Robert Ryan.

    The 2006 DVD, obviously from an analog source, is a shame.

  51. Ive heard some rumors/read some rumors about Criterion possibly having The Naked Spur..whether or not it's true or *fake news* I cannot say.
    I really hope 2018 we will see from WAC or WHV more Bette Davis movies, The Thin Man series, High Sierra, The Lady in the Lake, They Drive By Night, The Black Scorpion and The Giant Behemoth

  52. I hope too see some 1930's, 40's', and 50's classics released on Warner Archive in 2018 ! Bogart, Cagney, Robinson, and Flynn. Also …Day's of Wine and Roses (1962) is looooooooooong over due. : ( ?? The rest of the Hammer Films also please. Thank You

  53. Johannes S

    My wish list to Warner Archive:

    1. The Naked Spur (1953)
    2. The Naked Spur (1953)
    3. The Naked Spur (1953)

    ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Anthony Mann's superb western with incredible performances by Jimmy Stewart and Robert Ryan.

    The 2006 DVD, obviously from an analog source, is a shame.

    One has to find it quite ironic that the two Mann Stewart collections that always come out close to the top or at the top when somebody lists the movies they did together have not been released yet. 4 of their movies have seen a release to my knowledge so it is about time that we now also get Winchester 73 and The Naked Spur.

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