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WB ARCHIVES continues to roll out new titles for pre-order --


6 Jolson films:









4 Liz Taylor film:












I am waiting to see if they bundles the Jolson & Taylor titles. Although it seems likely to me and would not want to pre-order if they do bundle.

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*I am waiting to see if they bundles the Jolson & Taylor titles. Although it seems likely to me and would not want to pre-order if they do bundle.*


I will be very surprised if they don't bundle the titles, maybe not right away, but shortly after they come out. I'm actually thinking of not buying any more individual titles, since you can get them for half the price when they get bundled.

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Add one more title to this list:




I intend to order the Sheridan & Lupino titles. I am going to take a chance and hope that they don't bundle these. Seems unfair if they were going to bundle (now called Valu Packs) they would do it right away. Would consider the Jolson titles at special prices. With the exception of CONSPIRATOR the Liz Taylor titles are not much, but again with special prices I might consider the set.

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OK, here goes another updated list:


Abdication, The

Abe Lincoln in Illinois

Above and Beyond

Actress, The

Adventures of Huck Finn (1939)

Adventures of Mark Twain

Ah, Wilderness!

Al Capone

All Fall Down

All the Brothers Were Valiant

Along the Great Divide

Angel Baby

Baby Maker, The

Badman?s Territory

Bamboo Blonde, The


Beast of the City

Beau Brummel (1924)

Beggar's Opera, The


Better Ole, The (1926)

Bhowani Junction

*Big Boy*

Big Circus, The

Big House, The

Billy the Kid

Brainstorm (1965)

Break of Hearts (Hepburn, Boyer)

Breakfast for Two

Bright Leaf

Broadway Rhythm

Bye Bye Braverman

Cain and Mabel

Canyon River

Captain Nemo and the Underwater City

Captain Sinbad

Carbine Williams

Carson City

Castle on the Hudson



Christopher Strong (Hepburn)

Church Mouse, The

Citadel, The

Close to My Heart


The Command

El Condor


Convicts Four



Crime and Punishment, USA (1959)


The Crowded Sky


The D.I.

Dance, Fools, Dance

Darby's Rangers

Defector, The

Devil Is a Sissy, The

Distant Trumpet, A

Divine Lady, The (1929)

Doc Savage: Man of Bronze

Dream Lover

Dream of Kings, A

Dream Wife

Drums of Africa

Dude Goes West

Dusty and Sweets McGee

Edison the Man


Enemy of the People

Exit Smiling

Fallen Sparrow, The

First Auto, The (1927)

Flirtation Walk

Forsaking All Others

Four Daughters

Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1962)

Freebie and the Bean

George Raft Story, The

*Girl Who Had Everything, The*

*Go Into Your Dance*

Goodbye, My Fancy

Grasshopper, The

Great Garrick, The

Green Mansions (1959)

Happiness Ahead

Hard to Get

Hard Way, The (1943)

Having Wonderful Time

H.M. Pulham, Esquire

Heart Beat


**** Tonk

*It's a Big Country*

I Was A Communist for the FBI

I Was an American Spy

Ice Follies of 1939

Idiot's Delight

Interrupted Melody

Invitation, The

It's Love I'm After

John Loves Mary

Johnny Eager

Joy of Living

Juke Girl (1943)

Just the Way You Are



King of the Roaring 20's

Kiss, The

Laughing Sinners


Let Us Be Gay (1930)

Lion in the Streets, A

Little Drummer Girl, The

Little Minister, The (Hepburn)

Lost Boundaries

Love (1927)

*Love is Better than Ever*

Love on the Run

Luxury Liner

Mad Miss Manton

Made in Paris

Magnificent Yankee, The


Man from Galveston

Man from God's Country

Man I Love, The (1947)

Man Who Loved Cat Dancing

Mannequin (1937)

Mating Game, The

Meet the People

Men in White

Min and Bill (1930)

Money Trap, The

Moon is Blue, The (1953)

Moonlighters, The

Mr. Lucky (1943)

Mrs. Parkington

My Blood Runs Cold

Nora Prentiss (1947)

Oklahoman, The

Old San Francisco (1927)

On Borrowed Time

Once Upon a Honeymoon

One on One

One Sunday Afternoon

One Trick Pony

Operator 13


Outlaw Blues

Oxford Blues

Painting the Clouds with Sunshine

Party Girl

Payment on Demand

Politics (1931)

Possessed (1931)

Pride of the Marines

Princess O'Rourke

Private Lives

Promises in the Dark

Purple Hearts

Quality Street

Quentin Durward (1955)


Rain People, The

Rasputin and the Empress

Ready, Willing and Able

Red Lily, The

Red Mill, The

Reducing (1931)

Return of the Bad Men

Room for One More

Roughly Speaking

Saratoga Trunk

*Say it with Songs*

Scaramouche (1923)

Sea Hawk, The (1924)

Sergeant, The

Shining Hour, The

Shipmates Forever

Shopworn Angel, The

*Singing Fool, The*

*Singing Kid, The*

Single Standard, The

Sins of Rachel Cade

Skin Game

Smart Set, The

Soldier in the Rain

So This is Love

Somewhere I'll Find You

Souls for Sale

Spitfire (Hepburn)

Spring Fever

*Story of Three Loves*

Strange Interlude

Sunrise at Campobello

Sweet November (1968)

Tarzan and the She-Devil

Tarzan and the Slave Girl (1950)

Tarzan's Magic Fountain (1949)

Tarzan's Peril (1951)

Tarzan's Savage Fury (1952)

Task Force

Temptress, The

They Only Kill Their Masters

This Woman is Dangerous

Thousands Cheer

Three Comrades

Three Sailors and a Girl

The Toast of New York

Today We Live

Tom, Dick and Harry

Too Hot to Handle (1938)

The Trail of '98

Trail Street

Tugboat Annie

Two Girls and a Sailor


*Weekend at the Waldorf*

We Were Dancing


When a Man Loves (1927)

When Ladies Meet


Wild Orchids


A Woman Rebels

*Wonder Bar*

Yes, Giorgio

Young Tom Edison




Colorado Territory

Crime School

Dr. Ehrlich?s Magic Bullet

Look for the Silver Lining

Male Animal, The

Strawberry Blonde, The

20,000 Years in Sing Sing

Unsuspected, The

Veredict, The (1946)

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Went to check on pre-ordering STORY OF THREE LOVES, and it mysteriously disappeared from the site. It looked like IT'S A BIG COUNTRY did too, but when I requested the title individually it appeared. Someone seems to be playing around with the site. The same thing happened when MAMMY was listed about a week ago and that one also disappeared from the site.


And also add THE UNFAITHFUL to the disappearing pre-orders. What gives WB???


Message was edited by: Edgecliff

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I will wait until they decide to package the Jolson films together.


BTW, I goofed re THE UNFAITHFUL. This title was not up for pre-order as of yet. Someone also mentioned two additional Taylor films: BEAU BRUMMEL and RHAPSODY that could have been added to the Taylor pre-orders.

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

> I will wait until they decide to package the Jolson films together.


Sigh, now "Mammy" is not in the collection. I wonder if Mammy was pulled because of racial overtones? It does have things like minstrel shows, and if they didn't include a warning like they did on the WB Looney Tunes sets, some could be offended.

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Uh oh, just got the following email from classicflix.com


NOTE: Mammy (1930) which we listed as released has been removed from Warner's site. We're still keeping it available as we expect for them to re-list it in the near future. Also listed briefly at WBShop yesterday, then pulled, was Rhapsody (1953) and The Story of Three Loves (1953). We haven't listed them yet, but will as soon as they're back up and available at Warner.


I bet it was because of racial problems. If they did send out any, I bet that will become the rarest of the Archives.

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I doubt seriously if there was a racial problem for the release of MAMMY since the other Jolson films that are coming all have black face musical numbers. More likely someone just jumped the gun and listed the missing titles too soon.


I am still debating whether to order any new titles for fear they will put them in "Value Paks" shortly saving quite a bit of money for collectors.

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Here's some news I just came across:



July 7 Warner passed the 200 mark for available titles on its Warner Archive Collection manufacturing on demand DVD service, adding 11 films, including Brian DePalma?s Get to Know Your Rabbit and Green Mansions with Audrey Hepburn.


Another 13 films will be available July 21, including six rare Al Jolson films, edging Warner closer to its stated goal of 300 films on the service by the end of the year. Warner said that the 1930 Mammy is not included, since it will be part of a Warner Archive Collection release later this year.


Warner will also packaged together six films staring Ann Sheridan and Ida Lupino for Warner Archive, dubbed the ?Women of Warner Bros.? collection. While single-DVD or download orders for Warner Archive titles cost $19.95, the ?Women? collection will have a price tag of $59.95.

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