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> {quote:title=calvinnme wrote:}{quote}

> > {quote:title=Edgecliff wrote:}{quote}*WOMEN IN DANGER - 1950'S THRILLERS* is up for pre-order, release due 6/4/12

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> > The four films are:

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> > WOMAN IN HIDING (1954) Ida Lupino

> > FEMALE ON THE BEACH (1955) Joan Crawford

> > PRICE OF FEAR (1956) Merle Obern

> > UNGARDED MOMENT (1956), Esther Williams

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> > Edited by: Edgecliff on Mar 6, 2012 4:31 PM

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> Hmmm. These are all Universal films including most prominently the elusive "Female on the Beach". I don't think I've seen that one around since the days of the old AMC. So now TCM is making agreements for distributing more Universal MODs? Interesting.

well, is it TCM, or MoviesUnlimited?

 

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I wish TCM improve the packaging of their sets. They are stacked partially on top of each other. The plastic things on each edge is not stable. The discs are too loose so they arrive scratched after shipping because they arent fastened in or they are so tightly wedged in the plastic things it take a huge effort to take a disc out. In both the Jean Arthur and Film Noir sets a disc was loose, scratched a little from it. Thank God they played. Im not into scratched DVDs however..

 

Edited by: TripleHHH on May 27, 2012 1:11 PM

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Coming on 9/4, *Frank Capra: The Early Years* box set.

 

from digitalbits.com:

 

"From the press release, the set will include 're-mastered editions of *Rain or Shine* (1930), and four early collaborations with his legendary leading lady Barbara Stanwyck: *Ladies of Leisure* (1930), *The Miracle Woman* (1931), *Forbidden* (1932) and *The Bitter Tea of General Yen* (1933). The collection also includes extensive on-screen digital bonus materials including production stills, behind-the-scenes photos, lobby cards, movie posters and more.'"

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Yes, TRIPEHHH, I too have a problem with the way the discs are packaged in the TCM collections. Sometimes the discs aer loose and also I have a hard time getting the discs out of their packaging. I am afraid I will crack the DVD's they seem to be placed so tightly.

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7/31 Releases

 

 

GOLD FOR THE CAESARS, stars Jeffrey Hunter

 

 

SANDOKAN THE GREAT

 

 

DAMON & PYTHIAS, stars Steve Reeves

 

 

THE SLAVE, stars Steve Reeves

 

 

THE TARTARS stars Orson Welles and Victor Mature

 

 

HERCULES, SAMON & ULYSSES

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8/07 Releases:

 

 

 

Young Cassidy (1965) Rod Taylor

 

 

Seven Seas to Calais (1962)

 

 

The Liquidator (1965)

 

 

The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972) Rerelease

 

 

The Last of Sheila (1973) Rerelease

 

 

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More 8/7 Releases:

 

HAVING A WILD WEEKEND (1965), Dave Clark 5

 

LISZTOMANIA (1975), Roger Daltry, Ringo Starr

 

 

THE COOL ONES (1967), Roddy McDowall, Debbie Watson, Phil Harris

 

 

PORTNOY'S COMPLAINT (1972), Richard Benjamin, Karen Black

 

 

THE CHAPMAN REPORT (1962), Jane Fonda, Shelley Winters, Efrem Zimbalist Jr.

 

Edited by: Edgecliff on Aug 3, 2012 10:31 AM

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Coming 9/15 and exclusive to MOVIES UNLIMITED

 

 

 

 

 

CAIRO, Jeanette Macdonald, Robert Young

 

 

CHOCOLATE SOLDIER, Nelson Eddy, Rise Stevens

 

 

3 DARING DAUGHTERS, Jeanette MacDonald, Jane Powell

 

 

THE SUN COMES Up, Jeanette MacDonald

 

 

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8/14 Releases:

 

 

 

 

 

EARLY TALKIES:

 

 

SCARLET PAGES

 

 

DANCING SWEETIES

 

 

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GREAT AMERICAN PASTTIME, Tom Ewell, Anne Francis

 

 

BIG LEAGER, Edward G. Riobinson, Vera-Ellen

 

 

VALLEY OF THE GWANGI

 

 

LOVE AFFAIR, Warren Beatty

 

 

 

 

 

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8/21 Releases -- FILM NOIR

 

 

LAS VEGAS STORY, Jane Russell, Victor Mature

 

 

WALK SOFTLY STRANGER, Joseph Cotton, Valli

 

 

SOUTHSIDE 1000, Don Defore, Andea King

 

 

A WOMAN'S SECRET, Maureen O'Hara

 

 

BORN TO BE BAD, Joan Fontaine, Zachery Scott

 

 

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Has TCM considered doing BluRay collector sets ? I have this feeling that some titles in either their vaults or collections may wind up on BluRay. Not every title but maybe something like Mildred Pierce , Them, maybe even some of their Noir set titles...

Warner has a lot of stuff planned for 2013

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COLUMBIA MODS 10/2 available through the archives:

 

 

 

 

* *[The 49th Man|http://www.classicflix.com/49th-columbia-classics-p-12936.html]** (1953) - John Ireland, Richard Denning

* *[Appointment in Berlin|http://www.classicflix.com/appointment-berlin-columbia-classics-p-12935.html]** (1943) - George Sanders, Marguerite Chapman

* *[Avenging Waters|http://www.classicflix.com/avenging-waters-columbia-classics-p-12934.html]** (1936) - Ken Maynard

* *[Duel on the Mississippi|http://www.classicflix.com/duel-mississippi-columbia-classics-p-12933.html]** (1955) - Lex Barker, Patricia Medina

* *[Golden Hawk|http://www.classicflix.com/golden-hawk-columbia-classics-p-12932.html]** (1952) - Sterling Hayden, Rhonda Fleming

* *[Masterson of Kansas|http://www.classicflix.com/masterson-kansas-columbia-classics-p-12931.html]** (1954) - George Montgomery, Nancy Gates

* *[The Phantom Stagecoach|http://www.classicflix.com/phantom-stagecoach-columbia-classics-p-12930.html]** (1956) - William Bishop, Kathleen Crowley, Richard Webb

 

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8/28 RELEASES:

 

 

 

VICTORY AT ENTEBBE

 

 

 

CHINA CLIPPER, Pat O'Brien

 

 

 

THESE WILDER YEARS, James Cagney, Barbara Stanwyck

 

 

 

THE CROWD ROARS, James Cagney

 

 

 

GREAT O'MALLEY, Pat O'Brien

 

 

 

KING OF THE UNDERWORLD, Humphrey Bogart

 

 

 

NATTLE CIRCUS, Humphrey Bogart, June Allyson

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Joan Crawford is getting a [TCM Vault|http://www.classicflix.com/advanced_search_result.php?rent=1&buy=1&keywords=TCM+Vault&x=12&y=14] release on *November 6th*.

 

The 4-disc set, *[Joan Crawford in the Fifties|http://www.classicflix.com/joan-crawford-fifties-harriet-craig-queen-autumn-leaves-story-esther-costello-vault-p-12956.html]*, will contain *Harriet Craig* (1950), *Queen Bee* (1955) [previously released|http://forums.tcm.com/], *Autumn Leaves* (1956) and *The Story of Esther Costello* (1957).

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> {quote:title=filmlover wrote:}{quote}Coming on 9/4, *Frank Capra: The Early Years* box set.

>

> from digitalbits.com:

>

> "From the press release, the set will include 're-mastered editions of *Rain or Shine* (1930), and four early collaborations with his legendary leading lady Barbara Stanwyck: *Ladies of Leisure* (1930), *The Miracle Woman* (1931), *Forbidden* (1932) and *The Bitter Tea of General Yen* (1933). The collection also includes extensive on-screen digital bonus materials including production stills, behind-the-scenes photos, lobby cards, movie posters and more.'"

Does anyone know if this set is going to be pressed, at least in the initial run? Because along with the commentaries, I'd certainly consider this a must buy if it is.

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Quick question...are some of the old Paramount releases from the 1930s and 1940s licensed for DVD distribution to the TCM Vault by Universal, since Universal really doesn't market or effectively sell the never released to home video Paramount stuff they're sitting on?

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GLENN FORD: UNDERCOVER CRIMES due March 19 from Sony/TCM VAULT

 

*The Lady in Question* (1940), *Framed* (1947), *The Undercover Man* (1949), *Mr. Soft Touch* (1949), *Convicted* (1950)

 

 

 

 

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August 4: SONY FILM NOIR CLASSICS VOLUME 4

 

 

*So Dark the Night* (1946), *Johnny O'Clock* (1947), *Walk a Crooked Mile* (1948), *Between Midnight and Dawn* (1950), *Walk East on Beacon!* (1952)

 

 

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