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Movies from Victor Fleming, Sergio Leone, and more are all coming to Blu-ray.

Kino has announced several new discs that are set to hit Blu-ray over the coming months. Here’s a full rundown of recently revealed details and title announcements: 

February 6

Dome Karukoski’s Tom of Finland starring Jakob Oftebro, Werner Daehn, and Jimmy Shaw. Supplements will include:

– Interviews with Durk Dehner, co-founder of the Tom of Finland Company
– Discussion at Tom’s House – Featurette
– I Am Tom of Finland Campaign – Featurette
– Deleted Scenes
– Original trailers

 

February 27

Caroline Link’s Nowhere in Africa starring Juliane Köhler, Merab Ninidze, and Matthias Habich. No other details have been revealed at this time.

 

March 6

Sergio Leone’s A Fistful of Dynamite aka Duck, You Sucker starring James Coburn and Rod Steiger. Supplements will include:

– Audio Commentary by Filmmaker Alex Cox
– Audio Commentary by Film Historian Sir Christopher Frayling
– Six Featurettes
– “Trailers From Hell” with Brian Trenchard-Smith
– 2 Animated Image Galleries
– 5 Radio Spots
– Trailers for all 5 Sergio Leone Westerns

Harrie d’Abbadie d’Arrast’s Topaze starring John Barrymore, Myrna Loy, and Reginald Mason. Supplements will include:

– Audio Commentary by Film Historian Kat Ellinger
– Trailer

 

 

March 13

Anthony Harvey’s The Lion in Winter: 50th Anniversary Edition starring Peter O’Toole, Katharine Hepburn, Anthony Hopkins, Timothy Dalton, and John Castle. The disc will feature a new 4K restoration, and supplements will include:

– Audio Commentary by Director Anthony Harvey
– Interview with Sound Recordist Simon Kaye
– Original Theatrical Trailer

 

March 27

Victor Fleming’s Joan of Arc starring Ingrid Bergman, José Ferrer, Francis L. Sullivan, J. Carrol Naish, and Ward Bond. Supplements will include:

– Trailers

The Outer Limits: Season One starring Ed Asner, Macdonald Carey, Dabney Coleman, Robert Culp, Bruce Dern, and Robert Duvall. Supplements will include:

– Audio commentaries by David J. Schow (author of The Outer Limits Companion) and film historians Tim Lucas, Reba Wissner, Craig Beam, Gary Gerani, Michael Hyatt and Steve Mitchell
– THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH YOUR TELEVISION SET 40 Page Booklet Essay by David J. Schow

 

 

April 10

Allan Dwan’s Manhandled starring Gloria Swanson. Pre-orders are not live yet, but the disc will feature a brand new 2K remaster struck from 16mm film elements preserved by Lobster Films, Paris, and Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive. Supplements will include:

– Audio commentary by film historian Gaylyn Studlar
– Booklet essay by film historian Peter Labuza
– Piano score composed and performed by Makia Matsumura

You can find the latest specs for all of the titles listed above linked from our Blu-ray Release Schedule.



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