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Old 04-09-2016, 09:55 AM   #1
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Old 04-09-2016, 09:57 AM   #2
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Excellent news, I'll be buying myself one of these at the earliest possible opportunity, can't get enough vintage 3D!
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Old 04-09-2016, 10:43 AM   #3
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Great news! Miss Sadie Thompson and, hopefully, It Came From Outer Space both coming out this year!

We need Hondo on BD3D too.
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Old 04-09-2016, 04:40 PM   #4
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Great news. That's two 3-D releases for TT this year. Nice to see.
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Old 04-09-2016, 06:28 PM   #5
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SADIE had a wide release in 3-D for Christmas/New Year's, 1953.

It's also historically significant as the first Hollywood production recorded in stereophonic sound on location. The dialogue was recorded in two-track with dual microphones and the music was recorded on Columbia's scoring stage in three-channel.

Sadly, those tracks do not survive.
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Great news! Miss Sadie Thompson and, hopefully, It Came From Outer Space both coming out this year!
I wasn't particularly interested in whether this got released or not until I saw the 3-D trailer on the 3-D Rarities disc and it became a must-have. The final shot in that trailer it's like you're right there in the middle of all that dancing. The dimensionality of it is sensational.

Then there's that judgemental hypocrite character, forcing himself on her at the same time he's condemning her! Dramatic stuff. Can't wait.

It'll be great to to have both of these movies on disc the very year after both trailers were featured on 3-D film Archive's release.
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Great news. That's two 3-D releases for TT this year. Nice to see.
Two? What's the other one?
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Old 04-10-2016, 03:53 AM   #8
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I wasn't particularly interested in whether this got released or not until I saw the 3-D trailer on the 3-D Rarities disc and it became a must-have. The final shot in that trailer it's like you're right there in the middle of all that dancing. The dimensionality of it is sensational.

Then there's that judgemental hypocrite character, forcing himself on her at the same time he's condemning her! Dramatic stuff. Can't wait.
Story-wise, Sadie is always mentioned as one of the Top 10 Golden Age 3D movies, so I'll give it a chance no matter what. I know one of its songs was also nominated at the Oscars that year. I'm sure the 3D will be just as good as the rest of the '50s work.

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It'll be great to to have both of these movies on disc the very year after both trailers were featured on 3-D film Archive's release.
I never thought about that, but you're right. Let's get some more trailers out there as extras on future releases!
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Two? What's the other one?
Captain Harlock: Space Pirate (2013)

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Harloc...lu-ray/126879/

It was released in January.
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Thanks Revgen. Harlock Space Pirate 3D on their main site library listing.
I'll have to do more research on this movie Miss Sadie Thompson 3D.

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I'll have to get my preorder in early when this goes live. The faster it sells, the stronger the case for studios and labels giving the same treatment to other 3-D movies like Gorilla At Large. TT are not cheap, but I'm prepared to pay up when old 3-D movies get treated as they should.

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I never thought about that, but you're right. Let's get some more trailers out there as extras on future releases!
It'd be nice to have three for three, but no one has mentioned anything about Hannah Lee though. Although I have to say, it isn't the most convincing trailer! Show us how great your movie is, don't tell us.

Unfortunately only so many trailers were made in 3-D, and they don't all survive.
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Old 04-11-2016, 06:29 PM   #12
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Two? What's the other one?
Captain Harlock: Space Pirate (2013)

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Harloc...lu-ray/126879/

It was released in January.
That doesn't count. Looks great and all that but it's not vintage. It's Japanese anime.

Miss Sadie Thompson 3-D is typical of the serious, romantic melodramas of the 1950s, perhaps a little more adult than most, and certainly bittersweet in its conclusion. It doesn't push the taboos as hard as the earlier version (Rain, 1932), but it's so well made. And the stereo is among the best ever shot. Love the rich color, the music, the setting, the performances, the depth, the perfect camerawork, the overall craftsmanship of the whole thing. Just a terrific film.

I've been badgering Twilight Time for the last two years to take a chance on it. This limited edition had better sell or they will never release another 3-D film.
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I hope the picture quality (in terms of print damages, etc.) looks better than what is shown on the trailer found on the 3D Rarities Blu-ray. The trailer looks pretty beat up even though the 3D is nice to see.
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Totally different elements.

Sony's restoration of the feature is outstanding.
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Totally different elements.

Sony's restoration of the feature is outstanding.
Good to hear, thanks.
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Totally different elements.

Sony's restoration of the feature is outstanding.

That's all I need to hear. Grover Crisp and his team at Sony have set the highest standard for film restorations. He's the best in the biz. This is going to be one terrific 3-D blu-ray.
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I've been badgering Twilight Time for the last two years to take a chance on it. This limited edition had better sell or they will never release another 3-D film.
Hopefully it will. I can't stand the thought of Gorilla at Large and the Mad Magician being released every 2 years.
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I can't stand the thought of Gorilla at Large and the Mad Magician being released every 2 years.
I can't stand the thought of not getting Gorilla at Large or The Mad Magician on 3D blu ray.

Looks like the latter is coming at least, I do have the last 2D release but haven't been able to bring myself to watch it, knowing that it was made in 3D...
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Captain Harlock: Space Pirate (2013)

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Harloc...lu-ray/126879/

It was released in January.
And now on sale, $10 off!
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looking forward to all these great 50's 3d classics
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