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Old 03-17-2017, 06:53 PM   #13001
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As long as you're getting "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" Any chance for an upgraded "The Great Escape" the original Blu-ray left much to be desired
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Old 03-17-2017, 09:34 PM   #13002
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Mr. Lime, on this St. Patrick's Day, I was wondering if you could respond about my interest in the possibility of several Ireland-related films being released in the future by Kino?

*The Van - directed by Stephen Frears, soundtrack by Eric Clapton, starring Colm Meaney. Part of author Roddy Doyle's Rabbitte family Barrytown Trilogy which also includes the story The Commitments (novel and film) - The Van never received a DVD release in North American to my knowledge

*The Snapper (the 3rd part of the Barrytown Trilogy)

*Cal - 1984 film based on the Northern Ireland troubles starring Helen Mirren and soundtrack by Mark Knopfler. I do not believe it ever received a DVD release in North America.

*Hear My Song - 1991 film co-starring Ned Beatty. Released as a burned on demand DVD in recent years.

*Circle of Friends - 1995 film starring Chris O'Donnell, Minnie Driver and Colin Firth. Only received a pan and scan DVD release here in the states.

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Old 03-17-2017, 09:52 PM   #13003
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Old 03-17-2017, 09:54 PM   #13004
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Mr. Lime, on this St. Patrick's Day, I was wondering if you could respond about my interest in the possibility of several Ireland-related films being released in the future by Kino?

*The Van - directed by Stephen Frears, soundtrack by Eric Clapton, starring Colm Meaney. Part of author Roddy Doyle's Rabbitte family Barrytown Trilogy which also includes the story The Commitments (novel and film) - The Van never received a DVD release in North American to my knowledge

*The Snapper (the 3rd part of the Barrytown Trilogy)

*Cal - 1984 film based on the Northern Ireland troubles starring Helen Mirren and soundtrack by Mark Knopfler. I do not believe it ever received a DVD release in North America.

*Hear My Song - 1991 film co-starring Ned Beatty. Released as a burned on demand DVD in recent years.

*Circle of Friends - 1995 film starring Chris O'Donnell, Minnie Driver and Colin Firth. Only received a pan and scan DVD release here in the states.

Thank you!
Ooh, I would love to see Blu-ray releases of The Snapper and The Van--yes, the latter never received an R1 DVD release here in North America. I don't know who owns the rights to The Van, but I think The Snapper is still with Miramax?

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Old 03-17-2017, 09:59 PM   #13005
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Mr. Lime, on this St. Patrick's Day, I was wondering if you could respond about my interest in the possibility of several Ireland-related films being released in the future by Kino?

The Van - The Snapper - Cal - Hear My Song - Circle of Friends

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Sorry, but I doubt any of these will be released by KL anytime soon.
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Old 03-17-2017, 10:02 PM   #13006
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it's with another label.
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Old 03-17-2017, 10:10 PM   #13007
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Mr. Lime, is there any timetable in which you'll announce the remaining MGM TV show that is being remastered for Blu-ray? I'm really hoping it's The Outer Limits (1963-65), but I know you probably can't say which TV show is coming. Yet.
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Old 03-17-2017, 10:17 PM   #13008
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I doubt you'd want to comment, but it was interesting hearing a Twilight Time rep say that studios are raising licensing costs way too high across the board lately. You guys seem to be accruing licenses without much trouble.
I think they were used to getting stuff on the cheaper side and now they're being asked market prices.
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Old 03-17-2017, 10:17 PM   #13009
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Hmmm, maybe the studios think there is still a profitable market for physical media
It's getting tougher and tougher every day.
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Old 03-17-2017, 10:21 PM   #13010
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Mr. Lime, is there any timetable in which you'll announce the remaining MGM TV show that is being remastered for Blu-ray? I'm really hoping it's The Outer Limits (1963-65), but I know you probably can't say which TV show is coming. Yet.
We need to remaster the show first, so the early announcements will just create months of angry followup posts by impatient fans of the show. We also have 2 CBS shows, one will be remastered in HD, the other will only be released on DVD.
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Old 03-17-2017, 10:24 PM   #13011
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It's getting tougher and tougher every day.
They industry will never see sales like they did when DVD was launched, but even if sales go back to what they were for VHS that may not be so bad. Kids are buying vinyl records again so you never know
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Old 03-17-2017, 10:28 PM   #13012
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We need to remaster the show first, so the early announcements will just create months of angry followup posts by impatient fans of the show. We also have 2 CBS shows, one will be remastered in HD, the other will only be released on DVD.
Thanks for the quick reply! I totally understand. Some people don't realize that proper remastering work takes time, but the end result is usually very much worth the wait. IF it is The Outer Limits, I am more than happy to wait--the DVDs are fine, but Conrad Hall's cinematography needs the HD touch.

My curiosity is very piqued for the two CBS shows (it would be too good to be true if one of them was a complete release of One Step Beyond )!
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Old 03-17-2017, 11:26 PM   #13013
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Ooh, I would love to see Blu-ray releases of The Snapper and The Van--yes, the latter never received an R1 DVD release here in North America. I don't know who owns the rights to The Van, but I think The Snapper is still with Miramax?
The Van was released by 20th Century Fox so I assume they still hold the rights. It can be bought in HD digitally it appears. And yes, looks like The Snapper is with Miramax.

I might be throwing my VHS copy of The Van into my VCR tonight for a St. Patty's Day viewing. Been awhile since I watched a VHS.
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We need to remaster the show first, so the early announcements will just create months of angry followup posts by impatient fans of the show. We also have 2 CBS shows, one will be remastered in HD, the other will only be released on DVD.
Wiseguy would be great. Unlikely but still great.
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Wiseguy's with the Stephen J. Cannell estate. And there are music rights issues in one of the story arcs that's led it to remain incomplete on home video.
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Mr. Lime, on this St. Patrick's Day, I was wondering if you could respond about my interest in the possibility of several Ireland-related films being released in the future by Kino?

*The Van - directed by Stephen Frears, soundtrack by Eric Clapton, starring Colm Meaney. Part of author Roddy Doyle's Rabbitte family Barrytown Trilogy which also includes the story The Commitments (novel and film) - The Van never received a DVD release in North American to my knowledge

*The Snapper (the 3rd part of the Barrytown Trilogy)

*Cal - 1984 film based on the Northern Ireland troubles starring Helen Mirren and soundtrack by Mark Knopfler. I do not believe it ever received a DVD release in North America.

*Hear My Song - 1991 film co-starring Ned Beatty. Released as a burned on demand DVD in recent years.

*Circle of Friends - 1995 film starring Chris O'Donnell, Minnie Driver and Colin Firth. Only received a pan and scan DVD release here in the states.

Thank you!
The best bet for Circle of Friends is Shout Factory. It's with Universal now and Shout's been putting out some of the Savoy (non-Rysher titles, that is) titles lately. However, it seems low-priority compared to Serial Mom or Tales from the Hood despite the quality cast.

Another Savoy title that's in a similar boat is Shadowlands. It would seem like a sure bet for Shout based on the cast, director, and subject but it probably wouldn't sell as many units as say, No Escape (another unavailable Savoy title most likely in Universal's hands).
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Old 03-18-2017, 01:01 AM   #13018
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They industry will never see sales like they did when DVD was launched, but even if sales go back to what they were for VHS that may not be so bad. Kids are buying vinyl records again so you never know
But VHS titles did not sell for pennies and classics were not offered for $5 by the studios, I paid $5 for a double feature of Ben-Hur and Ten Commandment, on 2 discs fully loaded with extras. Also, there was a rental market to lean on, when a new title got released, we had the thing called rental prices, new VHS releases cost $80 to $110 and only were discounted to $20 to $30 prices after 6-9 months window and some never came down.

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No.
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The best bet for Circle of Friends is Shout Factory. It's with Universal now and Shout's been putting out some of the Savoy (non-Rysher titles, that is) titles lately. However, it seems low-priority compared to Serial Mom or Tales from the Hood despite the quality cast.

Another Savoy title that's in a similar boat is Shadowlands. It would seem like a sure bet for Shout based on the cast, director, and subject but it probably wouldn't sell as many units as say, No Escape (another unavailable Savoy title most likely in Universal's hands).
Yes, because they've released so many heartwarming dramas
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