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  • WARNER ARCHIVE: '50s Musicals and Ramon Novarro in Latest Wave

    Eleven new titles have been announced by Warner as part of their Archive Collection. Four of the films are 1950s musicals. They are: Everything I Have Is Yours (1952) - Marge Champion, Gower Champion, Dennis O'Keefe, Monica Lewis The Girl Most Likely (1958) - Jane Powell, Cliff Robertson, Tommy Noonan, Una Merkel The Merry Widow (1952) - Lana Turner, Fernando Lamas, Una Merkel, Richard Hayd...

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  • TCM Vault: The Egg and I Debuts on Blu

    TCM and Universal will release the Fred MacMurray and Claudette Colbert comedy The Egg and I (1947) on Blu-ray for the first time. The rustic comedy, which propelled Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride's Ma and Pa Kettle characters into their own successful film franchise, came to DVD in 2004. Unlike past releases from the TCM Vault series, there's no indication this release will have bonus material. Since this is a TCM Shop exclusive ClassicFlix will carry ...

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  • OLIVE: Christmas Eve in January, Huston Doc & Curtiz Silent Too

    Olive has announced three titles debuting on both DVD and Blu-Ray in January. While debuting a bit late for its title, Christmas Eve (1947) boasts an all-star cast that includes George Raft, George Brent, Randolph Scott, Joan Blondell, and Ann Harding. Also being released, Let There Be Light, a compendium of four documentaries director John Huston filmed during WWII. This will be a 2-disc DVD and a single-disc Blu. And, recently discovered in 2013, is th...

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  • WARNER ARCHIVE: Bogie on Blu Leads New Releases

    Six new titles have been announced by Warner as part of their Archive Collection, including the arrival of the Humphrey Bogart war drama Passage to Marseille (1944) on Blu-Ray. While Passage is making it's Blu debut, the three murder mysteries below are being released on DVD for the first time: Death on the Diamond (1934) - Robert Young, Madge Evans, Nat Pendleton Murder in the Fleet (1934) - Ro...

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  • James Dean - Television Legacy Debuts on DVD in November

    Turner Classic Movies has just announced the release of James Dean: The Lost Television Legacy. The 3-disc set will be comprised of 19 full television episodes Dean appeared in before debuting in movies, including appearences on Studio One, Lux Video Theater, and Hallmark Hall of Fame. There are also two original commericals and a wealth of bonus material (below). This will be available at ClassicFlix on November 17th.

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  • UNIVERSAL VAULT: Deanna Durbin and Wells Fargo Lead Latest Wave

    Three months since their last wave of titles, Universal's MOD program kicks back into high gear with the announcement of seven titles newly available on DVD as part of their Vault Series including Joel McCrea and real-life wife Frances Dee in Wells Fargo (1937) and Deanna Durbin in 100 Men and a Girl (1937). The rest are: The Broken Lullaby (1932) - Lionel Barrymore, Nancy Carroll, Phillips Holmes The Female...

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  • The Man From U.N.C.L.E. - Season Two Arrives in February

    Warner has announced February 2nd as the release date for the complete second season of the 1964 television spy series, The Man From U.N.C.L.E. The studio continues releasing the series on individual season sets after putting out the complete series (coming in a suitcase, no less) back in 2008. All 30 episodes will be contained on ten discs. Bonus footage has not been specified.

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  • TCM VAULT: Horror Double Feature Arrives in November

    TCM and Universal will release Barbara Stanwyck's The Night Walker (1964) and Leslie Nielsen in Dark Intruder (1965) as part of a two film horror double feature. This marks the DVD debut of both films. Unlike past releases from the TCM Vault series, there's no indication this release will have bonus material. Since this is a TCM Shop exclusive ClassicFlix will carry the DVD as rental only starting November 24th.

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  • KINO BLU: The Southerner Leads January Slate

    Five more titles from Kino are scheduled for release on DVD and Blu-ray in January, with all five premiering on Blu-Ray, including Zachary Scott in the Jean Renoir directed film The Southerner. January 5th: The Captive City (1952) - John Forsythe, Joan Camden, Harold J. Kennedy Fantomas - The Complete Sage (1913) - Rene Navarre, Edmund Breon The Phantom From 10,000 Leagues (1955) - Kent Taylor, Cathy Do...

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  • CRITERION: Gilda Debuts on Blu-Ray in January

    Criterion has announced a January 19th street date for Rita Hayworth's Gilda on DVD and Blu-Ray. Originally released by Sony in 2000, this marks the debut of the film noir drama as part of the Criterion Collection as well as on Blu. Unlike past Criterion releases, the DVD will be a single disc like the Blu. Bonus features are planned to accompany each disc (below).

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  • FOX ARCHIVES: The Silent Call Debuts on DVD

    Fox's lone Cinema Archive announcement this week is 1961's The Silent Call.  New to DVD and available at ClassicFlix on October 27th, the drama stars Gail Russell and David McLean. This release adds to the total of over 300 Cinema Archive titles exclusively available for rent at ClassicFlix.com.

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  • WARNER ARCHIVE: Deep in My Heart Debuts on Blu

    Warner Archive has announced the release of the 1954 musical, Deep in My Heart, on Blu-Ray as part of their Archive Collection. Released on DVD through Warner in 2008, this marks the first time the all-star musical has received HD treatment. The stellar cast includes titans of the musical genre including Ann Miller, Cyd Charisse, Gene Kelly, and Gene's brother Fred, as well as the likes of Jose Ferrer, Merle Oberon and more. Dee...

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  • WARNER ARCHIVE: Forbidden Hollywood, Vol. 9 Anchors Latest Wave

    Four new-to-DVD releases have been announced by Warner as part of their Archive Collection, including the arrival of the ninth volume in their long running Forbidden Hollywood Collection. They are: Return with us now to those naughty days of yesteryear in this ninth volume of Forbidden Hollywood, containing a quartet of pre-Code wonders plus a special post-Code bonus film! Big City Blues (1932, 63 min.) Joan Blondell stars ...

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  • Danny Kaye Legends Collection Arriving October 20th

    MVD has announced the release of another Danny Kaye Show 'best of' collection of with Danny Kaye Legends. The two-disc set will contain six full-length episodes from Kaye's popular show which ran from 1963-1967 highlighting special guest appearances from the likes of Lucille Ball, Louis Armstrong, and more. The Danny Kaye Show won a Golden Globe for Best TV Show in 1964 and would garner several Emmy nominations - winning four. Danny Kaye Leg...

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  • WARNER ARCHIVE: Irene Dunne and John Barrymore in Latest Wave

    Six new-to-DVD releases have been announced by Warner as part of their Archive Collection. Irene Dunne stars in four. They are: Anne Vickers (1933) -  Walter Huston, Conrad Nagel, Bruce Cabot, Edna May Oliver Consolation Marriage (1931) - Pat O'Brien, John Halliday, Myrna Loy Never a Dull Moment (1950) - Fred MacMurray, William Demarest, Andy Devine, Gigi Perreau, Natalie Wood Sweet ...

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  • You Can't Take It With You Debuts on Blu-Ray

    Sony has announced a December 8th street date for the Blu-Ray debut of Frank Capra's You Can't Take It With You. The 1938 film took home Oscar's for best film and director and includes an all-star cast of Jean Arthur, James Stewart, Lionel Barrymore, Spring Byington, Edward Arnold, Mischa Auer, and Ann Miller. While the release doesn't appear to be a combo set, which would include a DVD, it does include a commentary and featurette by Frank...

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  • OLIVE: Kid From Cleveland and Voodoo Man Arrive in November

    Olive Films has announced a November 24th release date for the DVD and Blu-Ray debut of the 1949 drama The Kid From Cleveland starring Russ Tamblyn in his first film. Also arriving on the same day is the 1944 horro film, Voodoo Man, starring Bela Lugosi, making its debut on Blu-ray. Bonus features to the DVD and Blu-Ray aren't anticipated.

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  • WARNER ARCHIVE: Crime Drama's Highlight Latest Wave

    Eight new titles have been announced by Warner as part of their Archive Collection. Seven of the films are crime dramas or film noirs. They are: Bobby Ware is Missing (1955) - Neville Brand, Arthur Franz, Jean Willes Cry of the Hunted (1953) - Vittorio Gassman, Barry Sullivan, Polly Bergen, William Conrad Flaxy Martin (1949) - Virginia Mayo, Zachary Scott, Dorothy Malone Public Hero ...

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  • WARNER ARCHIVE: Wave of Helen Hayes, Plus Atom Ant Complete Series

    Five new-to-DVD releases have been announced by Warner as part of their Archive Collection. Helen Hayes stars in three. They are: Another Language (1933) -  Robert Montgomery, John Beal, Margaret Hamilton Vanessa: Her Love Story (1935) - Robert Montgomery, May Robson, Otto Kruger, Lewis Stone What Every Woman Knows (1934) - Brian Aherne, Madge Evans Also included in this week's releases...

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  • WARNER ARCHIVE: Hoodlum Saint Leads Trio of Taurog Releases

    Three new-to-DVD releases have been announced by Warner as part of their Archive Collection. Director Norman Taurog helmed all three. They are: The Hoodlum Saint (1946) - William Powell, Esther Williams, Angela Lansbury, James Gleason Lucky Night (1939) - Myrna Loy, Robert Taylor Please Believe Me (1950) - Deborah Kerr, Robert Walker, Peter Lawford All of these will be available he...

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