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  1. Maybe someone can tell me, because I haven't really been keeping up with dvd news lately and when I was reading the WB announcement, I saw no mention of these two: "Twilight's Last Gleaming" with Burt Lancaster, directed by Robert Aldrich and "Beyond the Forest" with Bette Davis. I know TLG was supposed to be in the Lancaster collection released last year, but was shelved because apparently they had more material to do a SE and "Beyond the Forest" was supposed to be in the Bette Vol. 3 collection - and it's not there! I thought I read there was some kind of rights problem with it. I'm
  2. I am terribly disappointed that the dvd of "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter" has no extras. They couldn't get Alan Arkin or Sondra Locke for a commentary or even some kind of featurette? I am glad that it's going to be finally available on dvd though--it's really a beautiful movie. Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but what is the difference between Blu-Ray and Hi-Def? I'm not planning to get either one in the future (I still have a standard television set!), but it seems like good information to know.
  3. shearerchic, you're the messenger of good news! Beyond the Forest! That is quite possibly the most exciting news I've heard all day. Any chance you know what other titles will be included in the set?
  4. Oh wow! Seeing that "A Summer Place" and "Miracle in the Rain" are going to be released very soon is quite possible the best news I've heard in a while! I'm extremely excited for both of those, as I've never seen "A Summer Place" and really, really loved "Miracle in the Rain" (every copy should come with a free box of tissues). I'm also really excited for the Mitchum collection. There are a few movies in that one that I've been looking forward to coming out on dvd--"The Sundowners" and "The Good Guys and the Bad Guys" mainly. Warner really is doing a great job on their classic releases
  5. What I understand is that "Best Foot Forward" and "Angels in the Outfield" are the only two that are Amazon exclusives, while the rest will be available at regular retail stores. It seems silly to me, why keep only two as exclusives? But that might be part of the deal with Amazon, since TCM hasn't done a DVD Decision contest for two years (I think). Not many of the dvd's appeal to me though, and it seems a shame some of those titles were included when there are so many classic WB movies that need to be released! I really wish that dvd release of "Holiday" would include the original version
  6. I thought I'd give this one a review this one since 1. It's my favorite movie of all time, 2. TCM is going to premiere it in 3 separate times in October. Compared to the horror movies of now, it's considerably tame, but when it was released in 1964, it was shocking. The film itself is great (but I'm terribly biased!). I've seen some people say that it's too long and too talky, but if you're expecting some kind of slasher movie, you're going to be disappointed. There's very little blood--most of the horror is psychological. And if you're a fan of Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland (in her on
  7. Box Sets/Collections from Warner: (all dates subject to change) November 7th: The Marlon Brando Collection (6 discs) Mutiny on the Bounty (2 disc)* Julius Caesar* The Formula Reflections in a Golden Eye Teahouse of the August Moon *only discs to be available separately, the rest will only be available through the box set November 14th: The Paul Newman Collection (7 disc set) Harper The Drowning Pool The Left Handed Gun Mackintosh Man Pocket Money Somebody Up There Likes Me The Young Philadelphians November 21, 2006: Classic Comedy Teams Collection: the Three Sto
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