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Old 10-24-2018, 05:03 PM   #21
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Would like to pick up the MacMurray/Colbert, MacMurray/Stanwyck, and Knotts titles.
The current price-point for these keeps me from pulling the trigger. Will watch for sales this holiday season.
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Old 10-24-2018, 05:35 PM   #22
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My Fletch Lives looks about the same as a Warner Archive release. Obviously not as good as a normal release, but fine enough.
Same for me - I have Fletch Lives, Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid and The Paper and the artwork has been fine. Only us... enthusiasts, yeah that's it... would notice the difference. Not saying homevideogeek is wrong, he may have gotten a particularly bad one. It's happened to me with Warner Archive once or twice.
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Old 10-24-2018, 06:27 PM   #23
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No digital copies or DVDs. I'm assuming no slipcovers. VERY poorly printed cover art. Much harder to find.

Only one of these I have so far is Won't You Be My Neighbor. Hoping for Bean but holding out on better pricing or an eBay copy.

My wish list for Universal Blu-rays:

- Fierce Creatures (haven't yet pulled the trigger on the UK Fabulous Films release)
- Splitting Heirs
- Kissing A Fool
- Opportunity Knocks
- Housesitter (hopefully with Frank Oz commentary but not holding my breath on an MOD release)
- The Matchmaker
- Man on the Moon
- Bird on a Wire
Housesitter is a great movie! Loved it. Such a funny movie
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Old 10-24-2018, 06:33 PM   #24
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- Fierce Creatures (haven't yet pulled the trigger on the UK Fabulous Films release)
You might as well just pick that up, at under $10 shipped from the UK (it was dirt cheap when I bought it) it's going to be less than half the cost of whatever release Universal may or may not put out.
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Old 10-24-2018, 07:04 PM   #25
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You might as well just pick that up, at under $10 shipped from the UK (it was dirt cheap when I bought it) it's going to be less than half the cost of whatever release Universal may or may not put out.
How’s the picture and audio quality?
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Old 10-24-2018, 07:12 PM   #26
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I’m glad Universal is doing this. Maybe Hollywoodland will finally get a US Blu-ray...
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Old 10-24-2018, 07:21 PM   #27
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Perhaps some of the non-monster Classic horror stuff like The Black Cat Or Murders in the Rue Morgue?
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I have pretty much everything I want from the Universal catalogue, but I'd be ahppy if they were to provide any of these early Blake Edwards movies on MOD:

Mister Cory (1957)
This Happy Feeling (1958)
The Perfect Furlough (1958)
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Old 10-24-2018, 07:37 PM   #29
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I really hope more James Whale movies come out from here or wherever they can!
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Old 10-24-2018, 07:44 PM   #30
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I have Rocky and Bullwinkle. The QC is fine, but the packaging feels so much like a bootleg.
Either way, I'm definitely picking up The Producers.
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Old 10-24-2018, 08:21 PM   #31
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Would like to pick up the MacMurray/Colbert, MacMurray/Stanwyck, and Knotts titles.
The current price-point for these keeps me from pulling the trigger. Will watch for sales this holiday season.
Yeah, I'm also put off by the current prices. For me, sub-$15 is the sweet spot for these kinds of releases. Unfortunately, looking at Amazon, it appears that $17 is the lowest historical price for many if these releases. There are a couple that I'd pay $17 for, but I would buy a lot more if they were priced a bit lower.
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Old 10-24-2018, 08:25 PM   #32
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Same for me - I have Fletch Lives, Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid and The Paper and the artwork has been fine. Only us... enthusiasts, yeah that's it... would notice the difference. Not saying homevideogeek is wrong, he may have gotten a particularly bad one. It's happened to me with Warner Archive once or twice.
I have The Paper, and a large number of Warner Archive releases, and my main problem with the art for all of these is that the spine art is TOO SMALL and the front and back covers bleed over into the spine and makes it look very ugly. I have sent many comments to Warner Archive regarding this, but I'm not sure if it has reached the appropriate committee.

Does this bother anybody else?
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Old 10-25-2018, 04:09 PM   #33
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I have The Paper, and a large number of Warner Archive releases, and my main problem with the art for all of these is that the spine art is TOO SMALL and the front and back covers bleed over into the spine and makes it look very ugly. I have sent many comments to Warner Archive regarding this, but I'm not sure if it has reached the appropriate committee.

Does this bother anybody else?
Yes, and I've had a couple where the the spine artwork doesn't even situate itself in the spine of the case at all. Off the top of my head, The Yakuza was one of those for me.
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Old 10-27-2018, 07:31 PM   #34
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Would love to see any of the unreleased classic Paramount horror-mysteries and 1958's Girl in the Kremlin.
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Old 10-27-2018, 08:22 PM   #35
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When I heard Universal was starting an on-demand program, I was excited because I figured they'd release some obscurities, since it's practically a risk free means by which to do so. Unfortunately I'm not seeing much in the way of that (although ZOOT SUIT is a pleasant surprise). I was hoping they'd finally cough up their Frank Perry titles (DIARY OF A MAD HOUSEWIFE, PLAY IT AS IT LAYS), John Cassavetes' MINNIE AND MOSKOWITZ, the Brando film THE NIGHT OF THE FOLLOWING DAY (which is on BD in France), Don Siegel's MADIGAN (which is on BD in Japan), and other rarities from the '60s and '70s. If they're making these discs to order, why not? Especially if they already have HD masters lying around (dated as they may be). Come on, Universal.
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I have pretty much everything I want from the Universal catalogue, but I'd be ahppy if they were to provide any of these early Blake Edwards movies on MOD:

Mister Cory (1957)
This Happy Feeling (1958)
The Perfect Furlough (1958)
Yes ! I collect Tony Curtis movies (even some of the bad ones) except for Boeing Boeng, I traded that in after watching it once. It was painful.....
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Yes ! I collect Tony Curtis movies (even some of the bad ones)...
Did you get the Warner Archive DVD of LEPKE? Love that one, and would flip if it surfaced on BD.
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Old 10-27-2018, 08:51 PM   #38
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When I heard Universal was starting an on-demand program, I was excited because I figured they'd release some obscurities, since it's practically a risk free means by which to do so. Unfortunately I'm not seeing much in the way of that (although ZOOT SUIT is a pleasant surprise). I was hoping they'd finally cough up their Frank Perry titles (DIARY OF A MAD HOUSEWIFE, PLAY IT AS IT LAYS), John Cassavetes' MINNIE AND MOSKOWITZ, the Brando film THE NIGHT OF THE FOLLOWING DAY (which is on BD in France), Don Siegel's MADIGAN (which is on BD in Japan), and other rarities from the '60s and '70s. If they're making these discs to order, why not? Especially if they already have HD masters lying around (dated as they may be). Come on, Universal.
I can see quite a few of these being with Kino. Especially Madigan and NOTFD.

I think the Kino insider says there is a rights issue with Diary. There is also a rights issue with The Attic, which leads me to believe that the Snodgress family probably claims ownership on these 2?
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Yes ! I collect Tony Curtis movies (even some of the bad ones) except for Boeing Boeng, I traded that in after watching it once. It was painful.....
I rate Furlough the most likely of the three. It's already been released as a Universal MOD DVD and as part of proper pressed DVD set (Wartimes comedies).
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From Universal, I'd like:

RED SKY AT MORNING (1972)
WILD AND WONDERFUL (Tony Curtis)
KITTEN WITH A WHIP
LET'S KILL UNCLE (William Castle)

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