Open, general discussion of silent films, personalities and history.
The 2013 restored version of the classic Swedish silent The Outlaw And His Wife can be seen on the streaming service Filmstruck. The new version isn't on home video yet, and it runs 110 minutes and has much better picture quality. The existing Kino DVD runs only 70 minutes, and was based on an old print from the 80s that looks much worse and, obviously, has the wrong speed. I saw the new version on Filmstruck and noticed there was no music accompaniment. I emailed Filmstruck and they told me they didn't have the music rights to include the music.
Anyone know if this restored version will be on disc (DVD or BD in US or Europe) any time soon? With a score, of course.