rain Bard wrote:the Times of Harvey Milk and the Cockettes
Man, which of those two was screened first? (Both very good, but one has the power to ruin an evening.)
--Big Magilla wrote:An interesting group, although I can think of few more quintesessental San Francisco films: Time After Time, The Conversation, Flower Drum Song, Vertigo, I Remember Mama and The Maltese Falcon.
rain Bard wrote:If you want to see the film on or just before the centennial, come over to the Balboa Theatre in San Francisco which is showing it on a double bill with After the Thin Man April 16-18 as a kickoff to a San Francisco-set film series. Other double bills in the series: Ladies they Talk About with Fog Over Frisco, the Birds with Birdman of Alcatraz, Pal Joey with Barbary Coast, DOA with the Bigamist, and What's Up, Doc? with Take the Money and Run.
Big Magilla wrote:I have no idea why Warners missed the opportunity to release San Francisco in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the 1906 earthquake and the 70th anniverary of the film's release in April, but I'm glad it's finally coming to DVD.
Big Magilla wrote:but where is To Each His Own, and for that matter The Heiress, both made by Paramount, but owned now by Universal.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest