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Old Yesterday, 05:56 PM   #39161
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Yes, that just leaves the 80s title. We've confirmed everything else.
Saving the best for last?
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Old Yesterday, 06:29 PM   #39162
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The Fritz Lang Silent Films box set isn't limited edition, is it? Is it expected to stay in print more or less indefinitely?
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The Art of Love (1965) Theatrical Trailer
Starring James Garner, Dick Van Dyke, Elke Sommer, Angie Dickinson, Ethel Merman & Carl Reiner
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Old Yesterday, 08:21 PM   #39164
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The Fritz Lang Silent Films box set isn't limited edition, is it? Is it expected to stay in print more or less indefinitely?
It's a limited edition and will go out of print when we've ran out of the packaging.
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Kino Insider - Is Renegades (1989) still with Universal?
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KLI, do have a specific day in mind this week that you'll be announcing the titles in the Stanwyck and noir sets?
The Stanwyck one, we hope tomorrow and the Noir one on Friday.
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Any update on Rich & Strange and Number Seventeen? No rush, I’m just curious.
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It's a limited edition and will go out of print when we've ran out of the packaging.
Oh, wow, I was just taking a shot in the dark because I don't believe I've seen it described as an LE anywhere (I may be wrong though). Thanks for letting me know! Can you speak to whether it can be considered "safe" from OOP status for the time being? I'm just trying to figure out whether to pick it up now or if I can stand to put it off for a while.
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Hmm. Well, hopefully this is one you guys picked up.
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The Stanwyck one, we hope tomorrow and the Noir one on Friday.
My guess on the Stanwyck - a triple bill of "The Lady Gambles"('49), "All I Desire"('53) and "There's Always Tomorrow"('56).

As far as the noir set goes there are so many possibilities but the inclusion of "Larceny"('48) would be welcome. It's an above average entry with a great cast (John Payne, Dan Duryea, Joan Caulfield, Shelley Winters, Dorothy Hart, Dan O'Herlihy).
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My guess on the Stanwyck - a triple bill of "The Lady Gambles"('49), "All I Desire"('53) and "There's Always Tomorrow"('56).

As far as the noir set goes there are so many possibilities but the inclusion of "Larceny"('48) would be welcome. It's an above average entry with a great cast (John Payne, Dan Duryea, Joan Caulfield, Shelley Winters, Dorothy Hart, Dan O'Herlihy).
I would love to finally see her movies with Douglas Sirk. Would totally blind buy it.
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My guess on the Stanwyck - a triple bill of "The Lady Gambles"('49), "All I Desire"('53) and "There's Always Tomorrow"('56).

As far as the noir set goes there are so many possibilities but the inclusion of "Larceny"('48) would be welcome. It's an above average entry with a great cast (John Payne, Dan Duryea, Joan Caulfield, Shelley Winters, Dorothy Hart, Dan O'Herlihy).
I hope youíre wrong and Internes Canít Take Money is in the Stanwyck set, if not released solo or with another set. Also, do you think Kino wouldnít release the 2 Sirk films under a collection of his name? Iím curious about that myself.
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I hope youíre wrong and Internes Canít Take Money is in the Stanwyck set, if not released solo or with another set. Also, do you think Kino wouldnít release the 2 Sirk films under a collection of his name? Iím curious about that myself.
I think "Internes Can't Takes Money" is an excellent and very underrated film and I too hope it gets an eventual Bluray release. But I just have a feeling that the three later career Stanwyck titles I mentioned make for a more cohesive package, especially since all three were originally Universal rather than Paramount releases.
I expect the big budget Technicolor western "California" with Stanwyck and Ray Milland will probably get a standalone release. It's stuffed with songs (some might say overstuffed - it's this close to being an all-out musical). But I find several of them (all written by Americana balladeer Earl Robinson) pretty terrific.
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My guess on the Stanwyck - a triple bill of "The Lady Gambles"('49), "All I Desire"('53) and "There's Always Tomorrow"('56).

As far as the noir set goes there are so many possibilities but the inclusion of "Larceny"('48) would be welcome. It's an above average entry with a great cast (John Payne, Dan Duryea, Joan Caulfield, Shelley Winters, Dorothy Hart, Dan O'Herlihy).
I would expect the Sirks to get standalone releases.
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My guess on the Stanwyck - a triple bill of "The Lady Gambles"('49), "All I Desire"('53) and "There's Always Tomorrow"('56).

As far as the noir set goes there are so many possibilities but the inclusion of "Larceny"('48) would be welcome. It's an above average entry with a great cast (John Payne, Dan Duryea, Joan Caulfield, Shelley Winters, Dorothy Hart, Dan O'Herlihy).
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I hope you’re wrong and Internes Can’t Take Money is in the Stanwyck set, if not released solo or with another set. Also, do you think Kino wouldn’t release the 2 Sirk films under a collection of his name? I’m curious about that myself.
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I would expect the Sirks to get standalone releases.
Personally, I'm predicting that the Stanwyck set could be: Internes Can't Take Money (1937), The Bride Wore Boots (1946), and either The Lady Gambles (1949), California (1947), or The Great Man's Lady (1942). IMO, I also think the two Sirk movies would get solo releases, and it's certainly very likely Kino has them. As for The Lady Gambles, that may or may not be included in one of the noir boxsets Kino's planning, leaving either California or The Great Man's Lady, in which, IMO, I think California would have a likelier chance of being selected.

For the Noir set, I know KL Insider did say that 2 of the 4 previously unreleased titles from the 1940s and 1950s were film noir. I would think if one or both of them would be in this set or any other Noir boxset, it would be from these lists here:

These 4 have had Film Noir Foundation restorations done:
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Night Has A Thousand Eyes (1948)
Alias Nick Beal (1949)
The Great Gatsby (1949)
Slaughter On 10th Avenue (1957)

And these 7 have been shown at Noir City and various other events along with some of the other ones listed above:
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The Suspect (1944)
Singapore (1947)
The Web (1947)
Larceny (1948)
Chicago Deadline (1949)
The Story Of Molly "X" (1949)
Shakedown (1950)

Personally, I'd be happy with any of these, as well as any previously released titles that might be included as well.

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Any update on Rich & Strange and Number Seventeen? No rush, Iím just curious.
We haven't received the masters yet. They said first quarter of 2020.
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Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills (1989) Theatrical Trailer

Starring Jacqueline Bisset, Ray Sharkey, Mary Woronov, Robert Beltran, Ed Begley Jr., Wallace Shawn, Paul Bartel, Paul Mazursky, Rebecca Schaeffer & Michael Feinstein - Directed by Paul Bartel (Eating Raoul)

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