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NEW RELEASES:

 

 

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NEW RELEASES:

  • LEE TRACY RKO COLLECTION (Criminal Lawyer, Behind the Headlines, Fixer Dugan, Crashing Hollywood)

Nice. Who doesn't love a good Lee Tracy movie from the 1930s..!

 

Of course they should have released this collection when he was a Summer Under the Stars honoree in 2014.

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JULY RELEASES:

 

MORE CLASSIC BD'S - July releases

 

SILK STOCKINGS, Fred Astaire, Cyd Charisse

TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT, Bogie & Bacall

 

AUGUST 9

 

CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF

 

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SD DVDS - 7/12

 

ITS A DATE, Deanna Durbin

DISPATCH FROM REUTERS, Edward G. Robinson

IN OUR TIME, Ida Lupino

 

 

7/26

 

STOP YOU'RE KILLING ME, Claire Trevor, Broderick Crawford

STOP THE WORLD I WANT TO GET OFF

ABOUT FACE, Gordon Macrae, Virginia Gibson

MANHUNT IN THE JUNGLE

CRY IN THE NIGHT, Natalie Wood

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Act One (1963) is also on the docket for July 26th.

 

And although it is not a classic era film, Five Days One Summer (1982; set for release on 7/12) is the final film of famed classic era director Fred Zinneman.

[ACT ONE, what a major disappointment as the Moss Hart book was so wonderful. The film version is just blah.]

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Warner Brothers is releasing a bunch of MOD Bette Davis movies on 8/23.

 

All This, and Heaven Too

The Great Lie

In This Our Life

The Man Who Came to Dinner

The Letter

Dead Ringer

 

I'm especially excited about The Letter.  I've been looking for a copy of this film forever.  Now, it'll be much easier to obtain.

 

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Warner Brothers is releasing a bunch of MOD Bette Davis movies on 8/23.

 

All This, and Heaven Too

The Great Lie

In This Our Life

The Man Who Came to Dinner

The Letter

Dead Ringer

 

I'm especially excited about The Letter.  I've been looking for a copy of this film forever.  Now, it'll be much easier to obtain.

If this had been Paramount, a Bette Davis glamour collection would have been released eons ago. Oh wait, I guess we don't associate Bette with glamour, do we..?

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