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Image Entertainment Late October Streets
« on: August 15, 2002, 17:34:59 »
From: Image Entertainment

Preorder: 9/24 - Street Date: 10/22

The Best Arbuckle Keaton Collection
Not Rated UPC: 014381185423
248 min.
1917-1919 Preorder: 9/24/2002
Image Street: 10/22/2002
Silent Full Frame - B&W - English - Stereo - Region 1 Director: Roscoe Fatty Arbuckle A rising star who rose from bit player to writer, director, and star of comedies for Mack Sennett's Keystone Film Company, Roscoe Fatty Arbuckle recruited up-and-coming vaudeville comic Buster Keaton for a series of films from 1917 through 1919. Presented chronologically, these shorts demonstrate Keaton's evolution from bit player to full partner as both men honed their comedic skills. Following the 1921 scandal that was inflamed by a publicity-seeking prosecutor and the tabloid press, Arbuckle's films were withdrawn from circulation in America. The films in this collection were gathered from international archives and private collections, with new English intertitles and digitally mastered from 35mm, some directly from the nitrate originals. Shorts: The Butcher Boy, The Rough House, His Wedding Night, Oh Doctor!, Coney Island, Out West, The Bell Boy, Moonshine (fragment), Good Night, Nurse, Back Stage, The Hayseed, The Garage. 2-Disc Box Set; Brochure by Jeffrey Vance, co-author of Buster Keaton Remembered

The Calling: Live in Italy: Music in High Places
Not Rated UPC: 014381214628
58 min.
2001 Preorder: 9/24/2002
Image Street: 10/22/2002
Music 16x9 - 1.78:1 - Color - English - 5.1 Dolby Digital, Stereo - Region 1 Music in High Places, the ultimate international music and travel adventure series, takes top recording artists to the most ancient sites on earth. Each expedition takes music's biggest artists to the four corners of the globe and features exciting acoustic performances set against the backdrop of earth's most intriguing natural locations. Take an intimate journey with The Calling as they discover the culture, history and spirituality of Rome, Italy. Collect the entire series for musical experiences that are anything but ordinary. Songs: Unstoppable, Could It Be Any Harder, Final Answer, Adrienne, We're Forgiven, Stigmatized, Wherever You Will Go. Behind the Scenes Featurette; TV Spot; Biography; Interview; Location Footage; Play Just the Music

The Love of Sunya
Not Rated UPC: 014381157628
78 min.
1927 Preorder: 9/24/2002
Image Street: 10/22/2002
Silent Full Frame - B&W - English - Stereo - Region 1 Anders Randolf, Andres de Segurola, Gloria Swanson, Hugh Miller, Ian Keith, John Boles - Director: Albert Parker Silent film legend Gloria Swanson (Sunset Boulevard) shines in this lavish melodrama about a young women deciding her future. Her heart pulls her in the direction of a devoted engineer, but her father's dire financial situation draws her to three wealthy businessmen. An Eastern yogi allows her to see what her future life would be like with each of her four suitors, revealing a surprising answer. The first film to be shown at New York City's Roxy Theater, this enchanting look at the true nature of love and destiny will steal your heart!

Penthouse Eurogirls: Sexual History #2
Unrated UPC: 014381100921
58 min.
2001 Preorder: 9/24/2002
Image Street: 10/22/2002
Late Night Full Frame - Color - English - 5.0 Dolby Digital, Stereo - Region 1 Now you're ready for the advanced course in everybody's favorite subject! It all began with the temptations that tantalized Adam and Eve and continued through the ages. Let the gorgeous Eurogirls be your guides as they take you on an erotic field trip of history's deepest passions and most sensual seductions. Trailers
Preorder: 10/1 - Street Date: 10/29

Blunt (Special Edition)
Not Rated UPC: 806923004299
60 min.
2002 Preorder: 10/1/2002
Image Street: 10/29/2002
Special Interest Color - English - 5.1 Dolby Digital Blunt, Jibtech Production's follow-up to the criticaly-acclaimed "Scandalous!," brings you the best action from the 2001-2002 ski season without the candy coating. Featuring today's top athletes--Tanner Hall, Mickael Deschenaux, Jon Olsson, Boyd Easley, and Pep Fujas--along with a host of up-and-comers. Director's Commentary; Deleted Scenes; More!

Not Rated UPC: 806923004091
45 min.
2001 Preorder: 10/1/2002
Image Street: 10/29/2002
Special Interest Color - English - Stereo This newest and greatest snowboarding film by Xodus Productions, completely shot on film, travels the world with the biggest names in snowboarding. Over thirty athletes joined the Xodus team to bring technical freestyle to new levels, featuring on-location footage in Mammoth, Lake Tahoe, Italy, Canada, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland! Featuring the sickest gap jump over a river, as well as huge rails, gaps, half pipes, and of course huge air! Soundtrack includes Deltron 3030, Face to Face, Death on Wednesday, Digger, Eris, Persevere, J. Boogie, No Motiv.

Hopalong Cassidy: Call of the Prairie/ Heart of the West
Not Rated UPC: 014381183122
122 min.
1936 Preorder: 10/1/2002
Image Street: 10/29/2002
Western Full Frame - B&W - English - Mono - No Region Code George 'Gabby' Hayes, James Ellison, Muriel Evans, Sidney Blackmer, William Boyd - Director: Howard Bretherton Gabby Hayes is not yet the sidekick in Call of the Prairie, but he plays one of the heavies, Shanghai McHenry, while the future looks dim for junior sidekick Johnny Nelson (Jimmy Ellison). Johnny is framed by Shanghai's gang for the robbery and murder of the Bar-20 boss and, complicating the situation, falls in love with a beautiful girl who happens to be Shanghai's daughter! Can Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) save the day? Hopalong runs into crooked rancher Trumbull, who is trying to keep decent people from building a fence on their property in Heart of the West. Determined to drive his stolen cattle, the rancher locks horns with the Jordan family and sends a stolen stampede towards our heroes.

Hopalong Cassidy: Cassidy of Bar 20/ Partners of the Plains
Not Rated UPC: 014381183320
127 min.
1938 Preorder: 10/1/2002
Image Street: 10/29/2002
Western Full Frame - B&W - English - Mono - No Region Code Frank Darien, Gwen Gaze, Harvey Clark, Nora Lane, Russell Hayden, William Boyd - Director: Lesley Selander Cassidy of Bar 20 - Hopalong and his sidekick Lucky find themselves facing trumped-up charges and wind up assigned to the ranch of chief malefactor Allison to work off the sentence. A hair-raising jailbreak and an exciting gun duel ensue during Hoppy's attempt to bring Allison to justice. Partners of the Plains - Jealousy rears its green head when ranch foreman Hoppy becomes the target of the boyfriend of the English girl who owns the property. In cahoots with one of Hoppy's old enemies, the English villain lures Hoppy to the path of a blown-up dam, followed by a raging prairie fire!

Scrooge (Image)
Not Rated UPC: 014381184624
78 min.
1935 Preorder: 10/1/2002
Image Street: 10/29/2002
Sci-Fi/Fantasy Full Frame - B&W - English - Mono - Region 1 C.V. France, Donald Calthrop, Marie Ney, Oscar Asche, Philip Frost, Seymour Hicks - Director: Henry Edwards Restored at last to its full length, this striking adaptation of Charles Dickens' holiday classic is notable not only for its beautiful story but also for superb performances, a vigorous script, excellent pacing, persuasive settings, costumes which utterly capture 1843 London, and impressive moving-camera photography with atmospheric lighting reminiscent of German expressionist cinema. Sir Seymour Hicks, an age-appropriate Scrooge, first played the role on screen in 1913 and delivers a first-class performance; he also co-authored the screenplay and inhabits Scrooge thoroughly, subtly and radiantly. The other characters are secondary but all impeccable, including Donald Calthrop (familiar from his roles in several of Alfred Hitchcock's British films), Maurice Evans, and rotund Oscar Asche as the unforgettably fruity Ghost of Christmas Present. Director Henry Edwards was honored for his work with a prize at the 1935 Venice Film Festival; also note the gifted hand of production supervisor John Brahm, a veteran of German theater and cinema and later director of other fine films including the similarly atmospheric The Lodger. A wonderful film that would have made Charles Dickens proud!.   /   ISF & HAA certified
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