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If you #FindWAC you get some swag! Currently by the Freebie Table (pictured) as of Thurs. 12:16 pm. Will be updating post

#FindWAC indigo ballroom watching George RR in 4th row from back. Find Dan with our suitcase and get a DVD: http://t.co/3W37eWt70H

Posted on Thursday, July 24th 2014

Reblogged from Warner Archive

JUST ANNOUNCED! SDCC ANIME FEST MARINE BOY SCREENINGS:

Friday July 25, 2014 10:25 - 10:50am  Marriott Marquis & Marina Hall 6
Marine Boy “Showdown at Sea”

Watch the original “American anime” 1966 classic! Produced in Japan but intended for US audiences, Marine Boy was one of the first color cartoons to come from Japan, soon to be sharing syndicated screen space with the likes of Kimba the White Lion and Speed Racer (with whom it shares a number of voice actors). Teenage Marine Boy battles evil on and under the seas on behalf of the Ocean Patrol – aided by the amazing inventions of his father, Dr. Mariner, the brilliant Professor Fumble, his white dolphin Splasher and young mermaid Neptina. Break out your Oxy-Gum and get ready to dive into the amazing aquatic animated adventures.

Sunday, July 27 • 10:25 - 10:50am  Marriott Marquis & Marina Hall 6
Marine Boy “Ghost of Destruction”

Miss Marine Boy on Friday? Or do you need another underwater fix? Catch a totally new episode right here! And fear not — three whole seasons of  are now available on DVD and streaming soon on Warner Archive Instant.

Posted on Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

Warner Archive ComicCon 2014 Schedule

Headed down to San Diego next week? So are we! Join us for two panels, two co-sponsored parties, and a hunt for free stuff!

FIND US AND GET ALL KINDS OF STUFF:

If you’re down in San Diego, be sure to tune into TwitterFacebook and/or Tumblrto #FindWAC - because we want to meet YOU and give you all kinds of posters/DVDs/postcards we’ve collected as our way of thanking you for simply paying attention to what we’re doing. At different times throughout the convention, we’ll let you know where we are - and it’s up to you to find us!

SEE US AT WARNER ARCHIVE SDCC PANELS:

Warner Archive presents Trailers From Hell Live - Saturday, July 26 1:00pm in Room 25ABC. Join us and the gurus of Joe Dante’s fabulous Trailers from Hell as we dissect classic cult, sci-fi and horror trailers followed by previews of some of our upcoming releases. Guests include Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson (A History of Violence), Golden Globe Award-winning producer/writer Larry Karaszewski (Ed Wood, The People vs. Larry Flynt) and director/writer Stuart Gordon (Re-Animator).

A Batman for All Seasons - Sunday, July 27 at noon in Room 7AB. We join respected producer/author Michael Uslan, producer James Tucker, producer/director Brandon Vietti, writer/producer Greg Weisman and some surprise guests as we examine Batman iterations and oddities throughout history. Attendees will be privy to a very special announcement that will excite fans both “Young” and old.

MEET US AT PARTIES:

Wednesday July 23 @ 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM at Henry’s Pub
Enchantment Under The SDCC 2014 
The San Diego Comic-Con Unofficial Blog’s “Enchantment Under The SDCC” reader party is back for another year at Henry’s Pub in the historic Gaslamp Quarter. We’re going to be there giving away some swag along with Boom Studios and more. If you’re down in San Diego on preview night, we’d love to see you!

Thursday July 24 @ 8:00 PM at Dublin Square
Film/TV Podcast Meet-up! 
Come and meet a bunch of film/tv podcasters and fans in a ye ole Irish setting in the Gaslamp including WARNER ARCHIVE, BATTLESHIP PRETENSION, CRITERIONCAST, THE TELEVERSE, OUT NOW, SCREAMCAST and MORE THAN ONE LESSON. The later the night gets, the more bizarre the conversation — so come on down!

And we’re free on Friday and Saturday, so if you have an exclusive party or event you can always invite us - we promise not to mess up the carpet like last year. We swear.

ANIME FEST MARINE BOY SCREENINGS:

Friday July 25, 2014 10:25 - 10:50am  Marriott Marquis & Marina Hall 6
Marine Boy “Showdown at Sea”

Watch the original “American anime” 1966 classic! Produced in Japan but intended for US audiences, Marine Boy was one of the first color cartoons to come from Japan, soon to be sharing syndicated screen space with the likes of Kimba the White Lion and Speed Racer (with whom it shares a number of voice actors). Teenage Marine Boy battles evil on and under the seas on behalf of the Ocean Patrol – aided by the amazing inventions of his father, Dr. Mariner, the brilliant Professor Fumble, his white dolphin Splasher and young mermaid Neptina. Break out your Oxy-Gum and get ready to dive into the amazing aquatic animated adventures.

Sunday, July 27 • 10:25 - 10:50am  Marriott Marquis & Marina Hall 6
Marine Boy “Ghost of Destruction”

Miss Marine Boy on Friday? Or do you need another underwater fix? Catch a totally new episode right here! And fear not — three whole seasons of  are now available on DVD and streaming soon on Warner Archive Instant.

ASSORTED WARNER ARCHIVE PAL’S PANELS (WE’LL BE AT):

Thursday July 24 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm in Room 25ABC 
Childrens Hospital Special Video Presentation and Q&A 

Adult Swim’s two-time Emmy-winning live-action comedy and star Rob Corddry (Hot Tub Time Machine, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart)returns to Comic-Con for a fifth year of medically accurate fun. (Look for Season 5 on DVD!)

Friday, July 25 • 7:30pm - 8:30pm in Room 8
Your Opinions Sucks: Rotten Tomatoes Critics vs. Fans

Face off with critics including Alonso Duralde (TheWrap), Scott Mantz (Access Hollywood) and editor-in-chief Matt Atchity and his editorial team with your “Personal Tomatometer Paddle” to dis/agree with them!

Friday, July 25 • 8:15pm - 9:15pm Room 6BCF
Worst Cartoons Ever!

For the 10th year, Jerry Beck (Cartoon Research) presents a new selection of the most terribly written, ugliest drawn, and unintentionally funniest animated films ever made!

You have a panel? If we have the time, send us an invite ‘cause we’d love to see what you’re doing…

Hope to see you all there!

Posted on Monday, July 21st 2014

DRUM BEAT (1954) This action-packed widescreen Western wonder features a knock-out performance from Alan Ladd alongside a very young Charles Bronson in his screen debut. Ladd plays Johnny MacKay, an Indian “Fighter” who would rather wage peace. Sent to negotiate a peace with the Modoc tribe, MacKay’s unfinished business with a childhood sweetheart (Marisa Pavan) helps propel the renegade Modoc Captain Jack (Bronson) on the path to war. The war-tired MacKay soon gets new marching orders - capture Captain Jack, dead or alive. Directed by Delmer Daves. 16x9

THE BIG LAND (1957) This Reconstruction Era ranch saga finds Alan Ladd donning the war-weary visage he did so well, but this time as a cattleman trying to lead the oppressed to a new promised land - and a new railroad spur. Civil War vet Chad Morgan (Ladd) wants to put the way of the gun far behind him, but corrupt cattle buyers threaten to ruin his peaceful plans. Joining up with a rummy architect (Edmond O’Brien), a saloon singer (Virginia Mayo) and a group of settlers, Morgan heads out to build a new town and a new peace. But the forces of corruption may yet tip Chad Morgan back to the gun. Directed by Gordon Douglas. 16x9 Widescreen

THE DEEP SIX (1958) Alan Ladd plays a Quaker gunnery officer caught between his pacifist beliefs and the horrors of war in this all-star World War II action adventure classic. After refusing to fire on an unknown aircraft, Ladd’s naval officer finds his courage and loyalty questioned, even though his call gets proven correct. In order to redeem himself, he volunteers for a suicide mission to rescue a band of US pilots - a mission that nearly guarantees that this Quaker must kill. Co-starring William Bendix, Keenan Wynn, James Whitmore, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., Joey Bishop and Ross Bagdasarian. Directed by Rudolph Maté. 16x9 Widescreen

GUNS OF THE TIMBERLAND (1960) Alan Ladd, Jeanne Crain, Gilbert Roland and Frankie Avalon star in this big screen adaptation of Louis L’Amour’s ranchers vs. loggers saga. Jim Hadley (Ladd) had a grant to clear cut the trees off the mountain near Deep Well, but the town’s ranchers, led by buckskinned beauty Laura Riley (Crain), beg to differ. They think the clear cutting will leave their ranches vulnerable to mudslides leaving the two forces … loggerheads. And armed to the teeth with guns and explosives. Also features Alana Ladd and Noah Beery, Jr. Directed by Robert D. Webb. 16x9 Widescreen

MEDICAL CENTER: THE COMPLETE FIFTH SEASON (1973-74) Chad Everett and James Daly, as Chief of Surgery Joe Gannon and Chief of Staff Paul Lochner, continue their groundbreaking medical drama in its well-seasoned fifth year. As the country started to come of cynical age due to Watergate, urban blight and rampant inflation, Drs. Gannon and Lochner waged their healers’ war against the likes of hysterical paralysis, sudden infant death, gambling addiction, kidney transplants and seismic sensitive seizures. Parallel to these perils of the body, the show bravely confronts infidelity, intolerance, mid-life crisis, repressed homosexuality and returning Vietnam POWs. Aiding the doctors are special guest stars like Julie Harris, Stockard Channing, Jill Clayburgh, Celeste Holm, Meg Foster and Stefanie Powers. Noir Queen Audrey Totter is on hand to lend regular assistance as Nurse Wilcox. A 6-Disc, 24-Episode Collection.

Headed down to San Diego next week? So are we! Join us for two panels, two co-sponsored parties, and a hunt for promotional DVDs! Click here for our most up-to-date schedule information, and how to #FindWAC - because we want to meet YOU! Panels include:

Warner Archive presents Trailers From Hell Live - Saturday, July 26 1:00pm in Room 25ABC. Join us and the gurus of Joe Dante’s fabulous Trailers from Hell as we dissect classic cult, sci-fi and horror trailers followed by previews of some of our upcoming releases.

A Batman for All Seasons - Sunday, July 27 at noon in Room 7AB. We join respected producer/author Michael Uslan, producer James Tucker, producer/director Brandon Vietti and some surprise guests as we examine Batman iterations and oddities throughout history. Attendees will be privy to a very special announcement that will excite fans both “Young” and old.

Not going to SDCC? Stay tuned to our social media channels all week long on Twitter,FacebookInstagram and Tumblr for our special brand of top-notch realtime reporting, which is usually when we’re waiting in a line for something and not stumbling around in the heat surrounded by the press of humanity. (We’re trying to make you feel better that you’re not down there with us.)

New York classic film fans! We’re co-presenting a rare screening of the musical I Love Melvin (1953) starring Debbie Reynolds and Donald O’Connor at BAMcinématek next Tuesday, July 22. Critics Nick Pinkerton (Artforum) and Nicolas Rapold (The New York Times) will be on hand to introduce a double feature of journeyman auteur Don Weis’ work that also includes The Adventures of Hajji Baba (1954). And if that’s not enough to convince you to come out to the show, a few lucky patrons of the arts will win Warner Archive DVDs. See you there!

Posted on Wednesday, July 16th 2014