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 Post subject: Re: Dec 8th Releases
PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2015 11:12 am 
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MONTE JACOBSON wrote:
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Now you're talkin "BIGTIME" ! OK,let's see: I WALK ALONE , THE BIG CLOCK ,THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES , THE FILE ON THELMA JORDON, SO EVIL MY LOVE , SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR and a few Alan Ladd films. Now you've got me interested. It looks like I'll be on board for this one.




I was already on board Monte! Victor Young! :D


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 Post subject: Re: Dec 8th Releases
PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2015 11:25 am 
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Btw, are the first two titles going on sale tomorrow or all four will be announced next week?
Or they will be announced and first available at that screening/signing and later on from Intrada directly? On that 8th Dec?

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 Post subject: Re: Dec 8th Releases
PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2015 4:34 pm 
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MONTE JACOBSON wrote:
sans sense wrote:
MONTE JACOBSON wrote:
Now you're talkin "BIGTIME" ! OK,let's see: I WALK ALONE , THE BIG CLOCK ,THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES , THE FILE ON THELMA JORDON, SO EVIL MY LOVE , SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR and a few Alan Ladd films. Now you've got me interested. It looks like I'll be on board for this one.

it'll probably be some zany screwball romantic comedy with lots of song and dance tracks. ;)

Don't think so. They seem to be following some sort of pattern here.

I was joking, as your guesses/wishes were noir.
Couple Leith Stevens titles unmentioned (which I'd take) are THE HITCHHIKER and THE BIGAMIST. If they use the Marr library which they used before, it narrows the options to very few dramas. The available titles are not all listed in the archive, so you need to check the comprehensive pdf listing. GARMENT JUNGLE is sort of a noir:
http://library.umkc.edu/sites/default/f ... ng-aid.pdf


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 Post subject: Re: Dec 8th Releases
PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2015 7:58 pm 
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Okay,
One of these releases has to be a 2CD set of golden age classics.
Similar to Intrada's 2012 release of WAR OF THE WORLDS.

So we have:
SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES - Georges Delerue
THE MONKEY KING - Christopher Young
Golden Age 2CD collection - Leith Stevens, et all
&
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 Post subject: Re: Dec 8th Releases
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There's gotta be a James Horner score here as well. I'm guessing it's Apollo 13 since the anniversary is this year. The other guess and I hope it finally comes true is National Lampoon's Animal House finally. Elmer Bernstein deserves a little due here as well. :D


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 Post subject: Re: Dec 8th Releases
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lawandorder wrote:
There's gotta be a James Horner score here as well. I'm guessing it's Apollo 13 since the anniversary is this year.

That seems sensible given the releases of Jaws and Back to the Future. Apollo 13 is that caliber of a film for the powers that be to strive for it, and it would cap off an amazing '75/'85/'95 trifecta of Universal score albums.


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 Post subject: Re: Dec 8th Releases
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Regardless of what score, I hope there's a James Horner title just because.


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Hugo Friedhofer ....IT GETS BETTER all the time. Could this be the promised ACE IN THE HOLE ?


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Roger, please say James Horner


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 Post subject: Re: Dec 8th Releases
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There he is. I knew Waxman would find his way in there through the dark city alleys. He's in good company.


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On a rope of sand I called Nick Beal,but the lady at the other end said," sorry, wrong number ". Roger, do we reach the summit tomorrow where King Rozsa reigns ?


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Is it some sort of a box set of what? with so many names and only 2 releases... are they both going to be Golden Age and 2 or more CDs?

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 Post subject: Re: Dec 8th Releases
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MONTE JACOBSON wrote:
On a rope of sand I called Nick Beal,but the lady at the other end said," sorry, wrong number ". Roger, do we reach the summit tomorrow where King Rozsa reigns ?




Ropes? Sand? Wrong Numbers? And who is this Nick Beal dude? :D


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