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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby Moraldo Rubini » February 6th, 2010, 4:12 am

For the Facebookers here, I just noticed that the Warner Archive has a Facebook page. I wonder how much interaction they'll have. Maybe we can campaign for titles there...

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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby MichiganJ » February 12th, 2010, 5:49 pm

DeepDiscount is having a sale on their Warner Archive titles, (which doesn't seem to include the latest batch available at the Warner site, but most of the others.) Most of the discs are at $14.98 although some are a bit more. They do ship internationally and in the States, shipping is free.

http://www.deepdiscount.com/index.cfm/f ... Code=23354
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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby Gagman 66 » February 12th, 2010, 6:22 pm

Kevin,

:? Is THE VIKING in here someplace? i can't find it. I have talked to a couple people who claim to have ordered THE VIKING from Warner Archive and have it. So it had to be released, not just announced. And are your sure they accept Paypal? Also do you need to be registered? I assume so?

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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby MichiganJ » February 13th, 2010, 9:44 am

Jeffrey,

I don't know how it works, but as I mentioned, DeepDiscount has many, but not all, of the Warner Archive titles. I suspect Warner holds onto their newer releases for itself for awhile and then allows outlets like DeepDiscount or Amazon to sell them. (This is just speculation, maybe these are the only Archive titles Warner will allow to other vendors.)

At DeepDiscount, under Help and then Payment Options they list PayPal as an option for purchase. I don't know how they work it as far as needing to register.

I had seen The Viking available at the Warner site, but it is no longer there. Dunno why.
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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby MichiganJ » March 2nd, 2010, 1:52 pm

Some new titles from Warner Archive. Looks like they are abandoning the generic-looking cover art.

American Anthem
An American Dream
At Sword's Point
Blood Brothers
Daddy's Gone a-Hunting
Green Fire
If Looks Could Kill
Mara Maru
Rampage
Sphinx
The Third Day

http://www.wbshop.com/New-Releases/ARCH ... ACMarchEml
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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby MichiganJ » March 16th, 2010, 9:08 am

Today's new releases:

American Anthem
Arizona Dream
Chasing Rainbows (1930)
The Eddie Cantor Story
Girlfriends
Lord Byron of Broadway (1930)
A Man & A Woman: 20 Years Later
Meeting Venus
Midnight Alibi (1934)
My Wild Irish Rose
Picasso Summer
The Priest's Wife
Rabbit Run
Ripley's Believe It Or Not (1930-32)
Saint Joan
Sphinx
The Story of Will Rogers
Surviving Picasso
Too Much, Too Soon
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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby Moraldo Rubini » March 16th, 2010, 9:43 am

Picasso Summer! Finally I'll be able to see this. Thanks, Michi.

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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby MichiganJ » May 12th, 2010, 1:37 pm

30% off sale on the Warner Archive Silent movies. Sale lasts through 5/25.
http://www.wbshop.com/Warner-Archive/AR ... lt,sc.html
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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby MichiganJ » May 17th, 2010, 3:34 pm

Per DVD Aficionado: Coming from Warner Archives on 5/18/10
Classic Musical Shorts from the Dream Factory - Warner Archive Collection (DVD-R) (1928-1948)
- Devil's Cabaret, The (1930)
- Cinema Circus (1937)
- Gems of M-G-M (1930)
- Musical Masterpieces (1947)
- My Grandfather's Clock (1934)
- Nertsery Rhymes (1933)
- Over the Counter (1932)
- Rhumba Rhythm at the Hollywood La Conga (1939)
- Streamlined Swing (1938)
- Wild People (1932)
- Bars and Stripes (1937)
- Big Idea, The (1934)
- Musical Merry-Go-Round: Frankie Carle & Marjorie Hughes (1948)
- Musical Merry-Go-Round: Freddy Martin & His Orchestra (1948)
- Gypsy Night (1935)
- Musical Merry-Go-Round: Les Brown & Virgina O'Brien (1948)
- Let's Dance (1936)
- Musical Merry-Go-Round: Ray Noble & Buddy Clark (1948)
- Swing Banditry (1936)
- Musical Merry-Go-Round: Tex Beneke & His Orchestra (1948)
- Musical Merry-Go-Round: Tex Beneke & Les Brown (1948)
- Beer & Pretzels (1933)
- Plane Nuts (1933)
+ more
http://www.dvdaf.com/releases.html?pubc ... us*med_0_D
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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby Professional Tourist » May 26th, 2010, 8:03 pm

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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby The Ingenue » May 29th, 2010, 11:00 pm

That Memorial Day sale is mighty tempting. But before I divest my wallet of that "most restful shade of green," I'd like to know whether the DVDs will play on my Toshiba Satellite laptop with Windows ME and Power DVD. Perhaps one of you could tell me?

What started me wondering was a couple of online reviews: one at the Home Theater Forum (on this page) reported that a Warner Archive DVD refused to play on a Vista SP1-based HP Pavilion Laptop. Another review (dear, I can't remember where I found it) noted flawless playback on a Windows PC.

And, just for the sake of curiosity, what do the DVD menus look like? I glimpsed a few over at DVD Beaver: blue and plain they were. Do all of them look like that?

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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby Moraldo Rubini » May 30th, 2010, 1:48 am

CarrieLiz wrote:And, just for the sake of curiosity, what do the DVD menus look like? I glimpsed a few over at DVD Beaver: blue and plain they were. Do all of them look like that?

I have piles of these DVDs and all the menus look alike (though a few have the additional option to view the original trailer).

Most of mine will not play on my old Samsung DVD player...

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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby The Ingenue » June 5th, 2010, 7:46 pm

Moraldo,

I'm very late in saying so, but I appreciate your answering my questions. Thank you very much.

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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby MichiganJ » June 9th, 2010, 9:06 am

June 15th Archive releases per the NY Post
http://www.nypost.com/p/blogs/movies/dv ... 8uH5Axp8yN

Navy Blues (1929) d. Clarence Brown (William Haines/Anita Page)
Eleven Men and a Girl (Maybe It's Love) (1930) d. William Wellman (Joan Bennett)
Bureau of Missing Persons (1933) d. Roy Del Ruth (Bette Davies/Lewis Stone)
Fog Over Frisco (1934) d. William Dieterle (Bette Davis)
The Girl From 10th Avenue (1935) d. Alfred Green (Bette Davis/Colin Clive)
The Golden Arrow (1936) d. Alfred Green (Bette Davis/George Brent)
The Gorgeous Hussy (1936) d. Clarence Brown (John Crawford/Robert Taylor)
Conquest (1937) d. Clarence Brown (Garbo/Charles Boyer)
Come Live With Me (1941) d. Clarence Brown (James Stewart/Hedy Lamarr)

Interesting double features based on remakes (no info on their cost):
Hell's Heroes (1930)/Three Godfathers (1936)
Make Me a Star (1932)/Merton of the Movies (1947)
Love Is On the Air (1937)/You Can't Escape Forever (1942)
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Re: The Warner Archive

Postby Moraldo Rubini » June 9th, 2010, 9:28 am

MichiganJ wrote:June 15th Archive releases per the NY Post
http://www.nypost.com/p/blogs/movies/dv ... 8uH5Axp8yN
...Conquest (1937) d. Clarence Brown (Garbo/Charles Boyer)...

Garbo -- in the Archives -- how the mighty have fallen!


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