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There are more TCM sets coming out in June including a *Legends Joan Crawford s*et in June (these were released in a box set and separetley over the years) with Mildred Pierce, Possessed , etc ..

I thought about getting it but it depends on if they carry the same features in the older releases.

Something else of interest is coming out too

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*Deliverance*, already released on Blu years ago, is getting a digibook edition for its 40th anniversary release on June 26th.

 

Extras:

* Commentary by John Boorman

* All-new Deliverance: The Cast Remembers retrospective

* Four-part behind-the-scenes documentary: - Deliverance: Betraying The River \- Deliverance: The Journey \- Deliverance: The Beginning \- Deliverance: Delivered

* The Dangerous World of Deliverance vintage featurette

* Theatrical trailer

 

Also, Olive Films have announced the DVD and Blu release of Byron Haskin's *Silver City* (1951) and *Denver and Rio Grande* (1952), and Nicholas Ray's *Run for Cover* (1955). Release date is May 22.

 

 

On May 15th, VCI is releasing on DVD three Stewart Granger British films: *Fanny By Gaslight*, *Love Story*, and *Caravan*.

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Coming on Blu-ray

 

Though they are not producing it, Twilight Time (though Screen Archives Entertainment) will be having an exclusive, for the time being on *The Grapes of Wrath* and *Zorba the Greek*, both on sale April 3rd.

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I think it is too confusing having threads for every possibility. Look at the TCM Vault thread, for example. It was set up with one studio in mind. Now they do it through different studios. So, should we have a thread for every single one? I don't see any reason why we can't just use this one thread as a catch-all, except for WarnerArchive. Having a thread for Olive was also a stretch. Why bother? Do we need to do one for Kino? For VCI? Criterion? Sony? No.

 

Also, to add to the confusion, the Grapes of Wrath and Zorba the Greek are NOT limited editions. Just for the time being they are temporarily exclusive to SA. Once that time passes, they will likely be available everywhere. It's like titles that are exclusive for a set amount of time to Best Buy or Walmart. Or should we also have another thread for exclusives by store? No, it would get ridiculous.

 

As long as we mention here where titles are available when they are exclusive, there is no confusion that I can see. Having 10 or so different threads for upcoming releases IS confusing. I know there are some who are list-oriented and need to break every single thing down. I read the other day on a message board that a person who has hundreds of titles filed them on his shelves, not alphabetically, but by studio!

 

This thread is called "Upcoming Releases." That covers everything that is an upcoming release. Simple.

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*New Criterion releases, with a list of their extras:*

 

*The Gold Rush* (June 12th, 2012) — DVD and Blu-ray

* New high-definition digital restoration of the 1942 sound version - 1942 version has an uncompressed monaural soundtrack

* New 2K digital transfer of the reconstructed original 1925 silent film, restored in collaboration with the Cineteca di Bologna - Restored 1925 version has a newly recorded version of director Charlie Chaplin's score, presented in 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio

* New audio commentary for the 1925 version by Chaplin biographer and archivist Jeffrey Vance

* Three behind-the-scenes programs: - Presenting The Gold Rush, which traces the film's history from original release to rerelease to 2003 reconstruction and features film historian Kevin Brownlow and Vance \- Music by Charles Chaplin, featuring conductor and composer Timothy Brock \- Visual Effects in The Gold Rush, featuring effects specialist Craig Barron and Chaplin cinematographer Roland Totheroh

* Chaplin Today: The Gold Rush (2002), a short documentary featuring filmmaker Idrissa Ouedraogo

* Four theatrical trailers

* A booklet featuring an essay by film critic Luc Sante and James Agee's review of the 1942 version

*Harold and Maude* (June 12th, 2012) — DVD and Blu-ray

* New high-definition digital restoration

* Uncompressed monaural soundtrack

* Optional remastered stereo soundtrack

* Audio commentary by Hal Ashby biographer Nick Dawson and producer Charles B. Mulvehill

* Illustrated audio excerpts of seminars by Ashby and writer-producer Colin Higgins

* New interview with songwriter Yusuf Islam (formerly Cat Stevens)

*Shallow Grave* (June 12th, 2012) — DVD and Blu-ray

* New, restored digital transfer, supervised by director of photography Brian Tufano

* 2.0 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack

* Two audio commentaries: - Director Danny Boyle \- Screenwriter John Hodge and producer Andrew Macdonald

* New interviews with stars Christopher Eccleston, Kerry Fox, and Ewan McGregor

* Digging Your Own Grave, a 1993 documentary by Kevin Macdonald on the making of the film

* Andrew Macdonald and Kevin Macdonald's video diary from the 1992 Edinburgh Film Festival, where they shopped around the script for Shallow Grave

* Shallow Grave trailer

* Trainspotting teaser trailer

* A booklet featuring an essay by critic Philip Kemp

*Gray's Anatomy* (June 19th, 2012) — DVD and Blu-ray

* New high definition digital transfer, supervised by director Steven Soderbergh

* 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack

* New interviews with Soderbergh and cowriter Renée Shafransky

* A Personal History of the American Theater monologue by Spalding Gray, filmed in 1982

* Theatrical trailer

* A booklet featuring an essay by film critic Amy Taubin

*And Everything is Going Fine* (June 19th, 2012) — DVD and Blu-ray

* New high-definition digital restoration

* Uncompressed monaural soundtrack

* Making of And Everything Is Going Fine, featuring director Steven Soderbergh, producer Kathie Russo, and editor Susan Littenberg

* Sex and Death to the Age 14, Spalding Gray's first monologue, created in 1979 and filmed in 1982

* Trailer

* A booklet featuring an essay by writer Nell Casey, editor of The Journals of Spalding Gray

*The 39 Steps* (June 26th, 2012) — DVD and Blu-ray

* New high-definition digital restoration

* Uncompressed monaural soundtrack

* Audio commentary by Alfred Hitchcock scholar Marian Keane

* Hitchcock: The Early Years (2000), a British documentary covering Hitchcock's prewar career

* Original footage from British broadcaster Mike Scott's 1966 television interview with Hitchcock

* Complete broadcast of the 1937 Lux Radio Theatre adaptation, performed by Ida Lupino and Robert Montgomery

* Visual essay by Hitchcock scholar Leonard Leff

* Excerpts from François Truffaut's 1962 audio interview with Hitchcock

* Original production design drawings

* A booklet featuring an essay by film critic David Cairns

*The Samurai Trilogy* (June 26th, 2012) — DVD and Blu-ray

* New high-definition digital restorations of all three films, Samurai I: Musashi Miyamoto, Samurai II: Duel at Ichijoji Temple, Samurai III: Duel at Ganryu Island

* Uncompressed monaural soundtracks

* New English subtitle translations

* New interviews with translator and historian William Scott Wilson about the real-life Musashi Miyamoto, the inspiration for the hero of the films

* Trailers

* A booklet featuring essays by film historian Stephen Prince and Wilson

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Other Blu news:

 

Disney has announced a number of Disney and Touchstone titles coming to Blu in 2012. Though there are many titles in this list that are recent and I wouldn't normally bother lsiting them, I am going to list all that were in the announcement. There are some good animated films and some classic live action in there:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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May 15th, 2012:

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Beginning in October 2012:

 

The Absent-Minded Professor

Arachnophobia

- Atlantis: The Lost Empire

- Babes in Toyland

- Beaches

- Brother Bear

- Cold Creek Manor

- Dick Tracy

- Flubber

- The Hand That Rocks the Cradle

- Hocus Pocus

- The Santa Clause Trilogy

- Son of Flubber

- Sweet Home Alabama

- While You Were Sleeping

 

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> The John Cassavetes film? Finally, that's wonderful news!

And if you have an all-region Blu player, there is more Cassavates news. In the UK, the BFI is launching The John Cassavates Collection. It will have 5 films. It starts on April 23 with Shadows (1959) and Faces (1968), each on combo Blu/DVD releases. Cassavetes' three mid-1970s features A Woman Under the Influence (1974), The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976) and Opening Night (1977) will be released in Dual Format Editions later in 2012.

 

Here are the extras for the first two films:

 

*Shadows:*

Presented in both High Definition and Standard Definition Audio commentary with actor Seymour Cassel and film critic Tom Charity Falk on Cassavetes: the early years (DVD only, 13 mins): never-before-seen interview footage with Cassavetes' friend and collaborator 16 mm footage of John Cassavetes and Burt Lane's acting workshop (DVD only, 4 mins) Original theatrical trailer (DVD only, 4 mins) 32-page illustrated booklet featuring new essays and notes from Michael Atkinson, Brian Morton and Tom Charity

 

*Faces:*

Presented in both High Definition and Standard Definition

 

* Alternative opening sequence (DVD only, 20 mins)

* Alternative opening sequence audio commentary (DVD only, 20 mins): Peter Bogdanovich and Al Ruban discuss an earlier cut of Faces

* Seymour Cassel interviewed by Tom Charity (DVD only, 47 mins)

* 32-page illustrated booklet featuring interviews and new essays from Tom Charity and Al Ruban

 

And more British news:

 

*Odd Man Out* (1947 James Mason) will get released on Blu in the UK on May 7th.

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A note to anyone who is thinking about ordering Screen Archives Entertainment titles, whether it be Twilight Time or otherwise, if you order directly from SAE and order for than $50, you can get $10 off by using the code "AMAZON". (Yes, you use it on SAE's site, not Amazon's.)

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filmlover,do you know if the $10 off is a one-time use? BTW, in looking at the site I notice DESIREE with Brando and Jean Simmons in BR is up for pre-order. Will probably be ordering this title as well as DEMETRIUS.

 

 

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Good catch about Desiree.

 

Yes, the $10 is one time per account. I placed an order a few hours ago for Demetrius and Mysterious Island, using the $10 code, since they are both available now. (And I ordered Picnic a few days ago through their Amazon listing since I have some credit there.) I did a test, seeing if I could get it again for a pre-order on Grapes of Wrath and Zorba the Greek, but it came up as one time only per account. Too bad, too, because that $10 makes it a little easier to pay the higher price of TT films. I am wondering if one were to use a different email if they could do another order?

 

Edited by: filmlover on Mar 16, 2012 11:47 PM

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Too bad, I think SAE would do well to always have $10 off. I think this would encourage sales. The Columbia titles are way too expensive for me. I am happy with DVD's of those films. Never was a fan of MYSTERIOUS ISLAND. I probably would order JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH. Can't understand why FOX won't issue this title in BR. Very odd.

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I don't think it has been mentioned here yet, but there is a strong possibility that *Dial M For Murder* is coming out on Blu-ray *in 3D* later in 2012. There is also a distinct possibility it is going to be a WarnerArchive release.

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Im excited about the Colossus of NY coming to Blu, it already looked great in SD.

*Rome Express* I know nothing about it but it is intriging and will rent it first

I ordered blindly the movie *Grand Central Murder* to try the new ordering process on the website and it was on sale, plus I like Mystery Noir so why not ???

The ordering on the site seemed, well, the same actually :)

The other one that sounds good is Homicide and House Across the Street but my budget will not let me order no more than one WB Archive a month (if that)

Too many great Blu Rays coming out this year ( Gorgo, the 39 Steps, Ed Wood, Indiana Jones, US Marshals, Blade, Chinatown) to name a few

 

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If you all remember, we had an annoucement here for The Grapes of Wrath to be on sale in early April, exclusive to Screen Archives Entertainment. Well, I guess that exclusive is only for two months because Amazon now has a listing for it at $20.99, coming out June 5th. So if you are willing to wait the two months, you can save bygetting it from Amazon for about $4 less plus not have to pay SAE's shipping charges.

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007PM218K

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