Kino Lorber Studio Classics Acquisitions

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#1126 Post by calculus entrophy » Mon Aug 28, 2017 12:58 pm

1.) I'm trying to remember how rotary phones work but sticking the pencil in the dial when it's in mid-dial, would that have the same effect as leaving it off the hook?
Yes, once the receiver is picked up to dial (even in mid-dial), it is "off the hook"......which has become a well-worn catchphrase of its own.

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#1127 Post by Rayon Vert » Fri Sep 01, 2017 11:00 pm

Drucker wrote:New restoration of Woman in the Window coming to Kino!
They obviously got this done real quick because they were reading our Lang list thread.

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#1128 Post by What A Disgrace » Sat Sep 02, 2017 9:53 am

Old Ironsides and Covered Wagon will be out in 2018, according to their Facebook.

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#1129 Post by AfterTheRain » Tue Sep 12, 2017 3:14 pm

The Reincarnation of Peter Proud and Special Delivery due in 2018 for the first time in both Blu-ray and DVD.


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#1131 Post by Roscoe » Thu Sep 14, 2017 3:45 pm

Sorry -- put this on another thread by mistake. All the way at the bottom is an interesting bit of info:

Coming November 21st! Only on Blu-ray!
FRITZ LANG: THE SILENT FILMS
Includes 32 Page Booklet with essay by Tom Gunning
12 discs - Region A
Disc 1:
THE SPIDERS (Die Spinnen)
1919-1920 Germany 173 Min. Color Tinted
Part One: THE GOLDEN SEA 69 Min.
Part Two: THE DIAMOND SHIP 104 Min.
Music composed and performed by Ben Model
Disc 2:
HARAKIRI
1919 Germany 87 Min. Color Tinted
Music by Aljoscha Zimmermann
THE WANDERING SHADOW (Das Wandernde Bild)
1920 Germany 67 Min. Color Tinted
Music by Aljoscha Zimmermann
Note: Both films on Disc 2 are standard definition masters that have been up-converted for Blu-ray release.
Disc 3:
FOUR AROUND THE WOMAN(Kämpfende Herzen / Hearts in Struggle / Vier um die Frau)
1921 Germany 84 Min. Color Tinted
Music by Aljoscha Zimmermann
Disc 4:
DESTINY (Der müde Tod)
1921 Germany 98 Min. Color Tinted
Music composed by Cornelius Schwehr, performed by the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin (RSB)
SPECIAL FEATURES:
• Audio commentary by film historian Tim Lucas
• Restoration demonstration footage
• 2016 Re-release trailer
Discs 5-6
DR. MABUSE, THE GAMBLER (Dr. Mabuse, der Spieler)
1922 Germany 270 Min. B&W
Music (2001) by Aljoscha Zimmermann
SPECIAL FEATURES:
• “The Story Behind Dr. Mabuse,” (52 Min.), a three-part documentary exploring the musical score by Aljoscha Zimmermann, the career of novelist Norbert Jacques, and an analysis of the film
Discs 7-8:
DIE NIBELUNGEN
1924-1925 Germany Color Tinted
Disc 7: SIEGFRIED 149 Min.
Disc 8: KRIEMHILD’S REVENGE 131 Min.
Original score by Gottfried Huppertz
Performed by the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra
SPECIAL FEATURES:
• “The Legacy of the Nibelungen,” a 68-minute documentary on the making and restoration of the film, by Guido Altendorf and Anke Wilkening
• Newsreel footage taken on the set
Disc 9:
METROPOLIS
UFA 1927 Germany 148 Min. B&W
Original Score: Gottfried Huppertz
Performed by the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin (RSB)
SPECIAL FEATURES:
• “Voyage to Metropolis,” a 50-minute documentary on the making and restoration of the film
• Interview with Paula Felix-Didier, curator of the Museo del Cine, Buenos Aires, where previously missing footage was discovered
Disc 10:
SPIES (Spione)
1928 Germany 150 Min. B&W
Piano score (2005) by Neil Brand
SPECIAL FEATURES:
• “Spies: A Small Film With Lots of Action” (2006, 72 Min.) a documentary by Guido Altendorf and Anke Wilkening
• Original German theatrical trailer (5 min.) courtesy of the Austrian Film Museum, Vienna
Disc 11:
WOMAN IN THE MOON (Frau im Mond)
1929 Germany 169 Min. B&W
Piano score (2005) by Javier Pérez de Azpeitia.
SPECIAL FEATURES:
• “Woman in the Moon: The First Scientific Science Fiction Film,” a documentary on the making of the film (14 Min.)
Disc 12 (Bonus Disc):
THE PLAGUE OF FLORENCE (Pest in Florenz)
1919 Germany 102 Min. B&W
Directed by Otto Rippert - Screenplay by Fritz Lang
Based on “The Masque of the Red Death” by Edgar Allan Poe
Music (2014): Uwe Dierksen.
Note: SPIES and WOMAN IN THE MOON have been re-authored to correct an error in the aspect ratio that appeared in the first pressing of the single-disc Blu-ray releases.

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#1132 Post by Drucker » Thu Sep 14, 2017 3:54 pm

Wow they actually admitted and fixed an error! Kudos are in order, though didn't they throw a tantrum and deny it at the time?

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#1133 Post by Roscoe » Thu Sep 14, 2017 4:10 pm

Drucker wrote:Wow they actually admitted and fixed an error! Kudos are in order, though didn't they throw a tantrum and deny it at the time?
Yeah, they did -- now they need to start an exchange program for those of us who bought that first run of improperly mastered Blu-Rays. I'm not holding my breath. This would be an attractive box set if I didn't already own all of it that I want on Blu-Ray already.

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#1134 Post by domino harvey » Thu Sep 14, 2017 6:37 pm

It's a great set for me, as I never upgraded my MOCs so I can keep them for the extras and get these for the Blu-ray transfers

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#1135 Post by AfterTheRain » Fri Sep 15, 2017 1:23 am

Sinbad of the Seven Seas was also announced today, in case anyone was wondering or interested.

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#1136 Post by Roscoe » Fri Sep 15, 2017 2:06 pm

Excellent:

Coming November 14th on DVD and Blu-ray!
2K restoration by the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung
THE LAST LAUGH (1924) (2-Disc Set) - Directed by F.W. Murnau - Production Design: Edgar G. Ulmer - Starring Emil Jannings, Maly Delschaft, Max Hiller, Emilie Kurz
SPECIAL FEATURES:
• New musical score (2017) by the Berklee Silent Film Orchestra
• Original 1924 score by Giuseppe Becce, orchestrated by Detlev Glanert (2003)
• Audio commentary by film historian Noah Isenberg
• “The Last Laugh: The Making of,” a 40-minute documentary
• Bonus DVD featuring the unrestored export version with music by Timothy Brock, performed by the Olympia Chamber Orchestra

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#1137 Post by Der Spieler » Sat Sep 16, 2017 10:42 pm

Roscoe wrote:
Drucker wrote:Wow they actually admitted and fixed an error! Kudos are in order, though didn't they throw a tantrum and deny it at the time?
Yeah, they did -- now they need to start an exchange program for those of us who bought that first run of improperly mastered Blu-Rays. I'm not holding my breath. This would be an attractive box set if I didn't already own all of it that I want on Blu-Ray already.
Many people on Facebook and other message boards have asked about a replacement program but all questions have been ignored so far...

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#1138 Post by Ashirg » Mon Oct 09, 2017 3:24 pm

2 more titles from Twilight Time catalogue are getting releases from Kino Lorber on 12/12 - Inherit the Wind and Judgment at Nuremberg (Thunderbirds Are GO / Thunderbird 6 Double Feature is another such release). The first title isn't even OOP yet. So pay attention to Twilight Time films released by Kino Lorber on DVD (see "DVD-only releases" section in the first post) since they may eventually get a blu upgrade from them.

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#1139 Post by Ribs » Mon Oct 09, 2017 3:36 pm

Any word on if it's new restos?

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#1140 Post by dwk » Mon Oct 09, 2017 4:30 pm

According to Mr. Lime, Kino is going to release Brannigan on Blu-ray and some other company/companies will be releasing the restored Annie Hall and Wild at Heart (he indicated that this one isn't coming from Criterion)

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#1141 Post by DRW.mov » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:03 pm

dwk wrote:According to Mr. Lime, Kino is going to release Brannigan on Blu-ray and some other company/companies will be releasing the restored Annie Hall and Wild at Heart (he indicated that this one isn't coming from Criterion)
I could see, of all of the labels with MGM connections besides Criterion, Arrow would probably have the most interest in Wild at Heart and after nabbing Ronin and the Apartment nothing seems out of reach for them.

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#1142 Post by Ribs » Mon Oct 09, 2017 9:31 pm

It would be kine of weird considering they already did the boxes but it's perfectly feasible Arrow might be doing 4K Annie Hall and Manhattan as UK/US releases.

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#1143 Post by swo17 » Mon Oct 09, 2017 10:40 pm

I'm sure they would love the opportunity to get those right.

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#1144 Post by kcota17 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 12:18 am

I guess I could see Wild at Heart coming from Arrow but it would be confusing considering it’s seemed as if Criterion would release all of Lynch’s films.

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#1145 Post by CSM126 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:22 am

Re: Lynch, Criterion seem to be waiting for studio licenses to expire so they can license from MK2, or whoever else might be the producer of the given film. I can see them waiting for MGM to lose Wild at Heart and then picking it up.

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#1146 Post by The Fanciful Norwegian » Tue Oct 10, 2017 3:23 pm

I'm pretty sure Wild at Heart will eventually go to Universal, who acquired PolyGram (the original producers) in the late '90s. (Universal already has it in most territories.) Given that Criterion's relationship with MGM is bearing a lot more fruit these days than their relationship with Universal, waiting for MGM to lose the rights strikes me as a bad gamble, and I don't think that's what's going on here.
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#1147 Post by Drucker » Tue Oct 10, 2017 3:32 pm

Considering Lynch and Criterion's relationship, it's hard for me to imagine this going anywhere else.

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#1148 Post by oldsheperd » Tue Oct 10, 2017 7:30 pm

Only one I'm waiting for is Lost Highway, but I think StudioCanal has that one.

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#1149 Post by Adam Grikepelis » Tue Oct 10, 2017 10:27 pm

Well, whoever releases Wild at Heart, I really hope it's put out uncensored. Wish I'd never sold my VHS copy.

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#1150 Post by Jameson281 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 2:13 pm

The Fanciful Norwegian wrote:I'm pretty sure Wild at Heart will eventually go to Universal, who acquired PolyGram (the original producers) in the late '90s.
Universal's purchase of the Polygram is for titles from about '96 on, so something like FARGO or FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL are owned by MGM in perpetuity. WILD AT HEART, being an independent production, is a bit different, with rights divided up among a few different companies.

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