Tag: Darryl F. Zanuck

‘Watch it Without Glasses!’

‘Watch it Without Glasses!’

July 8, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Editor’s Blog on CinemaScope and reviews of The Robe (Fox) and Demetrius and the Gladiators (Twilight Time), plus Bella Darvi in Hell and High Water (Fox), and soundtrack reviews of Alfred Newman’s The Robe (La-La Land) and Franz Waxman’s Demetrius and the Gladiators (FSM).

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BR: Hell in High Water (1954)

BR: Hell in High Water (1954)

July 7, 2012 | By

Film: Very Good Transfer: Excellent Extras: Very Good Label: Twilight Time Region: All Released: June 13, 2017 Genre: Action / Adventure / Romance / Cold War Synopsis: A melange of postwar allies and former foes are enlisted to use a secret submarine and get photographic evidence on a potential Red Nuclear Menace. Special Features: Isolated […]

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BR: Robe, The (1953)

BR: Robe, The (1953)

July 7, 2012 | By

Film: Very Good BR Transfer: Very Good BR Extras: Excellent Label: 20th Century-Fox Region: All Released: March 17, 2009 Genre: Biblical Epic / Drama Synopsis: The Roman who supervised the crucifixion of Jesus Christ is haunted by guilt, and fears the power of the dead king’s robe. Special Features:  Introduction by Martin Scorsese (1:19) / […]

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BR: Roots of Heaven, The (1958)

BR: Roots of Heaven, The (1958)

February 26, 2012 | By

Return to: Home / Blu-ray, DVD, Film Reviews / P to R . Film: Excellent/ BR  Transfer: Excellent/ BR Extras: Good Label: Twilight Time/ Region: All / Released: January, 2012 Genre: Drama / Adventure Synopsis: Unable to legally halt the slaughter of the African elephant for its precious ivory, a British eco-warrior goes rogue to force the […]

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BR: Egyptian, The (1954)

BR: Egyptian, The (1954)

August 9, 2011 | By

Film: Excellent BR Transfer: Excellent BR Extras: Excellent Label: Twilight Time Region: All Released: July, 2011 Genre: Historical Drama / Epic Synopsis:  Chronicle of Sinuhe, a gifted surgeon forced to flee his native Egypt due to a Babylonian temptress, the Pharaoh’s ire, and a need for serious soul-searching. Special Features: Audio Commentary by film historians […]

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