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Old 02-15-2014, 07:54 PM   #61
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Mine shipped today along with Thunderbolt.
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Old 02-15-2014, 10:24 PM   #62
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Well, Just checked my SAE account about THE BLUE MAX.

No surprise :

Order: 012214-XXXXXX-XXXX
Date: January 22, 2014
Status: Pending



This July marks the 100th anniversary of the start of WWI so I'm very optimistic that my Blu-ray of THE BLUE MAX will be shipped by then.

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Way better than my dvd on 120" screen & JVC projector. Like the transfer.
As I have a JVC projector as well, That's good to know.

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My order did not ship today either. Trying not to lose patience, but now with the Monday holiday it looks like my order will not ship until next Tuesday if I am lucky. I don't want to rag on them too hard; I appreciate their order limits on potential quick sell-out titles and their good customer service responses to me when I have contacted them. But this just....sucks.
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My order did not ship today either. Trying not to lose patience, but now with the Monday holiday it looks like my order will not ship until next Tuesday if I am lucky. I don't want to rag on them too hard; I appreciate their order limits on potential quick sell-out titles and their good customer service responses to me when I have contacted them. But this just....sucks.
My order shipped today. Blue Max & Eddy Duchin Story. Should have it by Wed.
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The second DTS-HD MA 2.0 is the audio commentary, encoded as such because it contains some sections of alternate score.

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Old 02-22-2014, 12:55 AM   #67
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Was supposed to get this and Thunderbolt today, but still nothing.
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I did finally get my shipping notice email, so in about 5-7 days I expect I'll receive my copy. Thank you again Twilight Time for putting out another classic.
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My order of five TT films arrived today thanks to SAE sending it Priority Mail after finally getting a shipping notice on Wednesday. First thing I did when I got home was watch The Blue Max. This has always been one of my favorite films, but I have only ever seen it on DVD. The blu-ray looks incredible. Vibrant color, really stunning use of natural light and so many scenes are lit beautifully with "magic hour" sunlight, evening and morning fog, and rich blue sky and puffy white clouds acting as a backdrop to the thrilling aerial combat scenes.

I love this movie so much I even watched the commentary, something I rarely do. This is the first commentary I have watched from the recent batch Nick Redman and Julie Kirgo (and a guest) have put together for TT releases. Overall it is quite good, with a lot of information on the score and Jerry Goldsmith (probably too much for me, but film scores are Redman's forte). However, I was surprised by a couple of glaring errors in their commentary concerning the plot and the film. It is impossible to mention them without a spoiler tag, so please do not click on the spoiler if you have not seen the film:

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[Show spoiler]1) The three commentators discuss at length Lt. Bruno Stachel (George Peppard) as his character develops over the course of the film. They place a lot of emphasis on his ruthlessness and how he becomes increasingly obsessed and corrupted as his quest for the blue max medal progresses. They focus especially, rightly so considering its importance, on when Stachel claims two "kills" that rightly belong to his squadron mate Willi. They then go on to discuss how Stachel, therefore, did not earn the medal honestly and that his total was below the required 20 victories to earn the medal. But this isn't true. It is made explicitly clear in the film that Stachel has 22 victories when he is awarded the blue max. This is the reason he makes sure he has three kills when he disobeys orders and goes after the British flight, because he states to Kaeti that he regrets he has lied in an angry moment with his commander and claimed two that belonged to Willi. Stachel knows he did not need to lie and is good enough to get the medal on his own merit. When the squadron lands after the dogfight, the commander comes up to Stachel and angrily berates him for disobeying orders by entering a dogfight. Stachel makes it clear he has 22 kills now, more than enough for his blue max.

2) Another problem is their discussion of the ending of the movie. While the final scenes are playing onscreen, their discussion over these scenes makes no sense to the point I was thinking "where are they getting that from?" The problem is they seem to think that General von Klugerman (James Mason) is trying to kill Stachel’s former commander Heiderman (Karl Vogler). In the film, Stachel is supposed to fly the experimental monoplane after his medal ceremony. The crowd is there expecting this. However, Mason’s character General von Klugerman is called to the phone immediately after Stachel is awarded the medal and told of a report that Stachel has lied about two of his victories. Stachel is to be detained pending an investigation. Mason decides the waiting crowd needs to be entertained while he calls to verify this report and orders Heiderman to fly the monoplane instead of Stachel.

In the commentary, while onscreen Mason is on the phone receiving the report that Stachel may have lied about two of his victories, Kirgo is saying this is where Mason learns from the phone call that the experimental mono-plane is a deathtrap and decides to send Heiderman up in it in the hope of killing him. To Mason’s regret, Heiderman survives and so he decides to send up Stachel as an afterthought as a way to protect the German officer corps from a scandal. Not true. The film makes it clear it is only after Heiderman lands safely that Heiderman reports to Mason that the plane is a deathtrap and the struts are too weak to support the wings. This is when Mason sees a way out of his dilemma, and orders Stachel to take the plane up and show the crowd “some real flying”.


All in all, a good commentary. The commentators have a real reverance for director John Guillermin and Jerry Goldsmith (I agree on both) and give a very good assessment of the film in its place and time of the mid-1960s. The film is 2.5 hrs long, so they do cover a lot of territory about the score, Ursula Undress, where and how scnenes were filmed, etc. There are fascinating tidbits, such as the fact that Peter Jackson is a huge fan of the film and has a private museum of vintage aircraft, one of which is the biplane flown in the film by Lt. Stachel. Also, George Peppard took flying lessons in order to do some (not all) of his own flying scenes. Great commentary, but the few errors they make really jumped out at me.

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I love this movie so much I even watched the commentary, something I rarely do...

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[Show spoiler]2) Another problem is their discussion of the ending of the movie. While the final scenes are playing onscreen, their discussion over these scenes is filled with errors to the point I was thinking "where are they getting that from?" The problem is they seem to think that General von Klugerman (James Mason) is trying to kill Stachel’s former commander Heiderman (Karl Vogler). In the film, Stachel is supposed to fly the experimental monoplane after his medal ceremony. The crowd is there expecting this. However, Mason’s character General von Klugerman is called to the phone immediately after Stachel is awarded the medal and told of a report that Stachel has lied about two of his victories. Stachel is to be detained pending an investigation. Mason decides the waiting crowd needs to be entertained while he calls to verify this report and orders Heiderman to fly the monoplane instead of Stachel.

In the commentary, while onscreen Mason is on the phone receiving the report that Stachel may have lied about two of his victories, Kirgo is saying this is where Mason learns from the phone call that the experimental mono-plane is a deathtrap and decides to send Heiderman up in it in the hope of killing him. To Mason’s regret, Heiderman survives and so he decides to send up Stachel as an afterthought as a way to protect the German officer corps from a scandal. Not true. The film makes it clear this it is only after Heiderman lands safely that Heiderman reports to Mason that the plane is a deathtrap and the struts are too weak to support the wings. This is when Mason sees a way out of his dilemma, and orders Stachel to take the plane up and show the crowd “some real flying”.


All in all, a good commentary, but the errors really jumped out at me.
I didn't listen to the commentary, but I felt as I was watching the film that General von Klugerman
[Show spoiler]knew all along that the monoplane was faulty, and sent Heidermann up in it because he wanted to avoid having Stachel go up in it altogether. If I recall correctly, the general was there with Stachel and the field marshal when Statchel was asked how he and the other pilots would feel about using it, so he (von Klugerman) would have known it was not completely safe.

The general's thought probably was: If Heidermann landed the plane, then it would be a success all around, but if Heidermann crashed, then at least he would not lose his hero pilot. Remember how von Klugerman attempts to distract Stachel from even noticing that someone else is flying the plane.

All of that changes when von Klugerman gets the call, which not only tells him that Stachel will be incriminated, but also absolutely confirms that Stachel has been engaged in a secret liaison with Kaeti--I'm sure he knew she was cheating, but he probably didn't know it was with Stachel. On the other hand, I don't think the call had anything to do with the monoplane.

With this new information, von Klugerman sends Stachel up in the plane to eliminate the scandal, and to get a modicum of revenge for Stachel's betrayal.
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I didn't listen to the commentary, but I felt as I was watching the film that General von Klugerman

[Show spoiler]knew all along that the monoplane was faulty, and sent Heidermann up in it because he wanted to avoid having Stachel go up in it altogether.

Except that
[Show spoiler]Stachel is on the menu to fly the monoplane after the ceremony at General von Klugerman's insistance. Klugerman is the one who wanted to show off Stachel to the people as one of their own class, who rose from the ranks to become an officer, win the blue max, and to take the monoplane up on its maiden flight. This was the plan all along, all carefully arranged by Klugerman. The monoplane was considered a risk based on wind tunnel tests on a model, but it was never considered a deathtrap that would kill its pilot until Heiderman lands and tells Klugerman the truth about it.

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Director John Guillermin was in the RAF in WWII, and flew missions over Germany. The commentators point out that one of the reasons The Blue Max has such gravitas is due to the director's own combat experience. They also go on to point out that one of the reasons films of the 50s-70s are so revered and so loved by classic movie fans, is that the actors and directors who starred in and created them were influenced by the fact they often had other lives before they went into movies. This gave their performances and films a grounding lacking in today's movies, where young actors or directors did not live through such turbulent times.

This makes a lot of sense to me. For example, Jimmy Stewart was a bomber pilot and Lee Marvin was a Marine who was terribly wounded at Saipan, and many of the British stars of these decades, such as Trevor Howard, were veterans. Almost all had experienced privations or turmoil during the Depression, the world war, or in the post-war years as the world was rebuilding.

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Except that
[Show spoiler]Stachel is on the menu to fly the monoplane after the ceremony at General von Klugerman's insistance. Klugerman is the one who wanted to show off Stachel to the people as one of their own class, who rose from the ranks to become an officer, win the blue max, and to take the monoplane up on its maiden flight. This was the plan all along, all carefully arranged by Klugerman. The monoplane was considered a risk based on wind tunnel tests on a model, but it was never considered a deathtrap that would kill its pilot until Heiderman lands and tells Klugerman the truth about it.
I'm not so sure.
[Show spoiler]General von Klugerman was present with Stachel and heard and saw that the unit was unsafe. He does get a call, where we understand that the field marshal (or someone of authority) has asked him to stop the proceedings, to which he replies that he cannot. He then orders his aide to sequester Stachel to stop him from getting on the plane, and at the same time, makes the decision to send Heidermann up.

I think von Klugerman knew the plane was unsound, and probably had reservations about sending Stachel up, but felt that Stachel could handle it, based on what Stachel had told the field marshal at the earlier meeting. You might even suppose that von Klugerman could have considered having Heidermann go up regardless, and simply didn't want to inform either Heidermann or Stachel, in order to put Heidermann on the spot.

After von Klugerman receives the first call, he learns that Statchel will be investigated, and decides to pass off the task to Heidermann, because it's a win-win for him. If the plane fails, but Stachel is clean, von Klugerman gets his hero and Heidermann is sacrificed. Notice how von Klugerman is totally unfazed by Heidermann's story--I don't think Heidermann's "deathtrap" bit was telling von Klugerman anything von Klugerman didn't strongly suspect in the first place. I think the whole exchange was for the benefit of the audience, hammering home for the audience that even for skilled pilots, this plane is dangerous.

So in summation, I think von Klugerman knew already, or strongly suspected, that the monoplane was unsound, but could have been willing to let Stachel fly it, until he learned of Stachel's court inquiry. From here, von Klugerman realizes that Heidermann is the less risky option for all eventualities, and essentially orders him to fly the plane (because someone has to), because von Klugerman doesn't want to risk Stachel's failure or success in flying it. I don't think von Klugerman cares if Heidermann lives or dies, and the only difference for von Klugerman, once Heidermann is down, is that von Klugerman now knows of Stachel's court inquiry and betrayal. Now there is no reason to protect Stachel, so von Klugerman decides to eliminate the court inquiry and get revenge at the same time.
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They also go on to point out that one of the reasons films of the 50s-70s are so revered and so loved by classic movie fans, is that the actors and directors who starred in and created them were influenced by the fact they often had other lives before they went into movies. This gave their performances and films a grounding lacking in today's movies, where young actors or directors did not live through such turbulent times.
So very true ...
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It just arrived in the city near me yesterday afternoon so hopefully I will have it today. For some reason it went several hundred miles out if its way to Tampa, FL from VA.
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Also in the commentary film music historian, Jon Burlingame, gets wrong that Jerry Goldsmith wrote the score to THE BLUE MAX after he wrote the one for THE SAND PEBBLES. It was actually done after THE BLUE MAX. Burlingame states this twice. How he could make such a mistake I don't understand.
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Up until today, the last time I saw this movie was on the big screen back in the 60s. It's still as good today as I remember it being back then. Has James Mason ever played a bad role?
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Up until today, the last time I saw this movie was on the big screen back in the 60s. It's still as good today as I remember it being back then. Has James Mason ever played a bad role?
Well, he was always deeply apologetic about his work in Genghis Khan, but no-one came out of that one clean:



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Well, he was always deeply apologetic about his work in Genghis Khan, but no-one came out of that one clean:

Aha! ... oops. :-)
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Mine copy arrived today in the mail, along with Crimes and Misdemeanors. I'll watch The Blue Max later tonight for sure.
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