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Old 11th June 2017, 04:30 PM
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The old dvd with Kim Newman commentary is no longer listed on Network's site.

Can you confirm if they have definitely lost the rights to it or might they be the ones to release the blu-ray?
It went out of print about two years back Dem. It was in a last minute clearance sale with a description saying it was now or never, thats when i bought my copy. That said i can't prove it.
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Old 11th June 2017, 04:56 PM
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Here you go. It was in this sale, May 2014. Its not listed on this photo from fb but it was definitely among the titles.


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It went out of print about two years back Dem. It was in a last minute clearance sale with a description saying it was now or never, thats when i bought my copy. That said i can't prove it.
Yes they did that with the likes of Jack the Ripper, Fanny Hill and All Night Long as well but they have all since been re-released. All Night Long for example came out on The British Film line and also blu as well. Here's the two covers so you know i'm not talking out of my arse. The grey one is the original release (2007), the white one The British Film version (2016).

That's why i asked have they definitely lost the rights or just waiting until they can release this newly restored version.
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Old 11th June 2017, 05:20 PM
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Yes they did that with the likes of Jack the Ripper, Fanny Hill and All Night Long as well but they have all since been re-released. All Night Long for example came out on The British Film line and also blu as well. Here's the two covers so you know i'm not talking out of my arse. The grey one is the original release (2007), the white one The British Film version (2016).

That's why i asked have they definitely lost the rights or just waiting until they can release this newly restored version.
Fair points Dem. Guess we'll have to wait and see.
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It went out of print about two years back Dem. It was in a last minute clearance sale with a description saying it was now or never, thats when i bought my copy. That said i can't prove it.
Coming on here's just bloody dangerous for my wallet/sanity, have just ordered TODH network dvd for the commentary alone didnt realise twas deleted!
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Old 12th June 2017, 01:08 PM
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Coming on here's just bloody dangerous for my wallet/sanity, have just ordered TODH network dvd for the commentary alone didnt realise twas deleted!
It's an excellent commentary.

Price wise it certainly doesn't appear to be deleted.
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Old 12th June 2017, 05:10 PM
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It's an excellent commentary.

Price wise it certainly doesn't appear to be deleted.
I've just messaged network on the status of the Old Dark House dvd and the current rights situation. See what they're willing to give.
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Old 12th June 2017, 05:35 PM
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Does anyone know whats on the bonus discs for the stand alone Mummy reissues?

The film is 70 mins the extras 41mins.

The bonus disc running time is 208 minutes. You can read the run times if you enlarge the pic below on Amazon.
According to DVD Compare, a release of the 1932 version of the film contains:

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"He Who Made Monsters: Life and Art of Jack Pierce" featurette (25:01)
"Unraveling the Legacy of The Mummy" featurette (8:07)
"Universal Horror" documentary (95:21)

I don't know if this is the version you are referring to, however, because it only gives a run time of 128 mins

Rewind @ www.dvdcompare.net - Mummy (The) (1932)
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According to DVD Compare, a release of the 1932 version of the film contains:

DISC TWO
"He Who Made Monsters: Life and Art of Jack Pierce" featurette (25:01)
"Unraveling the Legacy of The Mummy" featurette (8:07)
"Universal Horror" documentary (95:21)

I don't know if this is the version you are referring to, however, because it only gives a run time of 128 mins

Rewind @ www.dvdcompare.net - Mummy (The) (1932)
It isn't, thank you though. The page says it was last updated last year.

I'll find out soon enough though as it was shipped today from HMV.
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Old 13th June 2017, 11:56 AM
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Yes they did that with the likes of Jack the Ripper, Fanny Hill and All Night Long as well but they have all since been re-released. All Night Long for example came out on The British Film line and also blu as well. Here's the two covers so you know i'm not talking out of my arse. The grey one is the original release (2007), the white one The British Film version (2016).

That's why i asked have they definitely lost the rights or just waiting until they can release this newly restored version.
From Network this morning
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