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Warner Archive for 2017

PostSun Jan 22, 2017 9:23 am

Some mid-30s Warner titles are scheduled for January, namely Desirable, Easy to Love, Journal of a Crime (all 1934) and Red Hot Tires (1935). Titles announced for February so far include A Lady's Morals (1930), Whistling in the Dark (1933) and Woman Against Woman (1938).

For those who keep track of such things (mostly me, probably), this release of A Lady's Morals is Grace Moore's DVD debut.

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PostSun Jan 22, 2017 1:46 pm

Harold Aherne wrote:Some mid-30s Warner titles are scheduled for January, namely Desirable, Easy to Love, Journal of a Crime (all 1934) and Red Hot Tires (1935). Titles announced for February so far include A Lady's Morals (1930), Whistling in the Dark (1933) and Woman Against Woman (1938).

For those who keep track of such things (mostly me, probably), this release of A Lady's Morals is Grace Moore's DVD debut.

-HA

With all due respect, there is the Bel Canto Society's DVD release of LOUISE, directed by Abel Gance and starring Grace Moore. It's been available for quite some time.
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PostSun Jan 22, 2017 2:17 pm

I thought I recalled Louise being available somewheres, but Film Aficionado doesn't have it in their database so I missed it. Oh well.

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PostSun Jan 22, 2017 4:16 pm

Indeed those breezes do!!! Hope that A LADY'S MORALS is just the beginning of lots "more Moore" on legit DVD's!!
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PostMon Jan 23, 2017 6:03 am

Louise is available in French and without English subs ... last time I looked.
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PostFri Feb 03, 2017 1:05 am

ajabrams wrote:Indeed those breezes do!!! Hope that A LADY'S MORALS is just the beginning of lots "more Moore" on legit DVD's!!


I wouldn't hold my breath. When I was at Sony, I wanted to do a box set of her five Columbia pictures. The conversation went like this:
"Who's Grace Moore?"
"A legendary opera singer."
"Not a chance in Hell."

Just one more reason why I left.

Mike S.
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PostSat Feb 04, 2017 9:55 pm

precode wrote:
ajabrams wrote:Indeed those breezes do!!! Hope that A LADY'S MORALS is just the beginning of lots "more Moore" on legit DVD's!!


I wouldn't hold my breath. When I was at Sony, I wanted to do a box set of her five Columbia pictures. The conversation went like this:
"Who's Grace Moore?"
"A legendary opera singer."
"Not a chance in Hell."

Just one more reason why I left.

Mike S.


Grace Moore, at Columbia, made the mistake of not having the Three Stooges as comic relief in at least one of her films. She'd have been well known enough to have double- and triple-dipped box sets. (:
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PostSun Feb 26, 2017 1:36 pm

A number of new-to-DVD RKO titles are on the slate for March, including a couple with Lee Tracy: Wanted! Jane Turner (1936) and Millionaires in Prison (1940) on 14 March, and the rest on the 28th: Smart Woman (1931), Ladies of the Jury (1932), The Richest Girl in the World (1934), Fight for Your Lady (1937) and A Girl in Every Port (1952).

Also, the titles in volume 2 of the Joan Crawford collection (Sadie McKee, Strange Cargo et al.) are being reissued as singles.

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