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Got a storage space for many of my boxes of stuff at the old Max Sennett Studios. Mostly because it was close, but mainly because I can store all my useless stuff where they shot Our Gang… #classicmovieproblems

sewertour:

Got a storage space for many of my boxes of stuff at the old Max Sennett Studios. Mostly because it was close, but mainly because I can store all my useless stuff where they shot Our Gang… #classicmovieproblems

Posted on Sunday, September 28th 2014

Reblogged from Worldwide Sewer Tour

Pre-Stooge, Pre-Code, Post-Crime

Warner Archive Podcast, 9/23/14

Pre-Stooge, Pre-Code, Post-Crime

Released Sep 23, 2014

This week we chat about our new release of Classic Shorts from the Dream Factory Vol. 3, featuring Howard, Fine, and Howard (1933-34), AKA the men who would become the Three Stooges. The collection includes the formerly lost short, Hello, Pop! Then we tackle new Early Talkies including The Man Who Played God (1932) starring Mr. George Arliss and Bette Davis, Five and Ten (1931) with Marion Davies, One Night At Susie’s (1930) starring Billie Dove and Oh, Sailor Behave (1930). We finish off with a discussion of the final 9th season of The FBI (1973-74) starring Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. 

All Podcasts also available on iTunes.

You can find new releases on disc at the Warner Archive Shop and/or streaming on Warner Archive Instant

Posted on Wednesday, September 24th 2014

sewertour:

This well-accessorized lady with the foil in her hair apparently was getting her hair dyed next door, but you know - hipster coffee. Even though she appears at first to be a crazy lady, she’s so much more poised than everyone else around her, I think she just doesn’t give a shit what you think.

sewertour:

This well-accessorized lady with the foil in her hair apparently was getting her hair dyed next door, but you know - hipster coffee. Even though she appears at first to be a crazy lady, she’s so much more poised than everyone else around her, I think she just doesn’t give a shit what you think.

Posted on Saturday, September 20th 2014

Reblogged from Worldwide Sewer Tour

Coming Soon to Blu-ray:

POSSESSED (1947) A married woman becomes obsessed with her ex-lover. Starring Joan Crawford, Van Heflin and Raymond Massey. 

Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Audio: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
Subtitles: English SDH
Discs: One 50GB Blu-ray Disc
Run Time: 108 Minutes
B&W
Special Features: Commentary by Film Historian Drew Casper; Featurette: “Possessed: The Quintessential Film Noir”; Original Theatrical Trailer

Posted on Friday, September 19th 2014

Saddletramps and Saboteurs

Warner Archive Podcast

Saddletramps and Saboteurs

Warner Archive PodcastSep 16, 2014

Strap in for a ride with Robert Mitchum in The Lusty Men (1952) along with the WB westerns Raton Pass (1951) and Shoot Out At Medicine Bend (1957). Then we mosey over to Allied Artists’ oaters with The Young Guns (1956), Oregon Passage (1957) and Gunsmoke In Tucson (1958). Then get ready for some spaghetti a la MGM with Gunfighters Of Casa Grande (1964), Son of a Gunfighter (1965) starring Russ Tamblyn and Sergio Corbucci’s Ringo and His Golden Pistol (1966). Finally we move over to television with Dylan McDermott and and Toni Collette starring in Hostages (2013-14) and finally settle into Hanna-Barbera’s Shirt Tales

All Podcasts also available on iTunes.

You can find new releases on disc at the Warner Archive Shop and/or streaming on Warner Archive Instant

Posted on Tuesday, September 16th 2014

Old San Francisco (1927)
Buildings shake and crumble. Rubble rains down, burying hapless victims. Flames rage throughout what was once the Paris of the Pacific. This stirring recreation of the earthquake of 1906 is the finale to Old San Francisco, but plenty happens before the famed sequence. Warner Oland (later one of the screen’s most memorable Charlie Chans) plays a cruel city boss, a Chinese disguised as an Occidental, who lusts after a gently bred daughter of the Spanish aristocracy (Dolores Costello). Set to a Vitaphone soundtrack with synchronized music and sound effects, the action careens from rancho to saloon to secret dungeon under the direction of Alan Crosland, who would make history later the same year (1927) with The Jazz Singer.

Old San Francisco (1927)

Buildings shake and crumble. Rubble rains down, burying hapless victims. Flames rage throughout what was once the Paris of the Pacific. This stirring recreation of the earthquake of 1906 is the finale to Old San Francisco, but plenty happens before the famed sequence. Warner Oland (later one of the screen’s most memorable Charlie Chans) plays a cruel city boss, a Chinese disguised as an Occidental, who lusts after a gently bred daughter of the Spanish aristocracy (Dolores Costello). Set to a Vitaphone soundtrack with synchronized music and sound effects, the action careens from rancho to saloon to secret dungeon under the direction of Alan Crosland, who would make history later the same year (1927) with The Jazz Singer.

Posted on Friday, September 12th 2014

Reblogged from A Modern Musketeer

YANKEE DOODLE DANDY (1942) - COMING SOON TO BLU-RAY!

Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Audio: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
Subtitles: English SDH
Discs: One 50GB Blu-ray Disc
Run Time: 126 Minutes
B&W

Special Features: Leonard Maltin hosts Warner Night at the Movies 1942 with Casablanca trailer, 1942 newsreel, Warner Bros. short “Beyond the Call of Duty”, Warner Bros. vintage cartoon “Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid”; James Cagney in wartime short “You, John Jones”; Yankee Doodle Dandy theatrical trailer; Let Freedom Sing!: The Story of Yankee Doodle Dandy documentary; audio commentary with Warner Bros. historian Rudy Behlmer; “John Travolta remembers James Cagney” featurette; audio-only extras – radio show and pre-recording session outtakes/rehearsals; vintage Warner Bros. cartoon “Yankee Doodle Daffy”. *Note: animated cartoons presented in 1080p HD*

Posted on Thursday, September 11th 2014

Push the Button!

Warner Archive Podcast, 9/9/14

PUSH THE BUTTON! - 9/9/14

Push the button to hear our praise for two new Blu-rays including Blake Edwards’ The Great Race (1965) with Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis as well as Batman: The Brave and the Bold Season 2. Then we hold forth on two versions of The Desert Song - 1943’s with Dennis Morgan and 1953’s starring Kathryn Grayson. Finally we tackle a collection of early Hanna-Barbera theatrical shorts starring the French-Canadian wolf, Loopy De Loop.

All Podcasts also available on iTunes.

You can find new releases on disc at the Warner Archive Shop and/or streaming on Warner Archive Instant

Posted on Wednesday, September 10th 2014