Classic Hammer and AIP Qs

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  1. Paff

    Paff Super Moderator

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    Really? Well, I'll take your word for it, at least until I see every Hammer Dracula film.

    It sure seemed like a sudden beginning to the film, and looked a lot like the end of a previous one (similar to the way Dracula Prince of Darkness opens with the finale of Horror of Dracula).

    Oh well...it's not like watching every Hammer Dracula movie is a BAD thing to have to do....
     
  2. Wake up Warner, Universal, Columbia!!

    I hope that Warners Hammer DVDs will sell well so that we can see the rest of the Hammer Productions on DVD next year. Fingers crossed they will be uncut.
    Warner:
    DRACULA A.D. 1972
    DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE
    FRANKENSTEIN MUST BE DESTROYED
    TASTE THE BLOOD OF DRACULA
    (especially Taste was heavily mutilated on VHS!)
    Universal MCA:
    BRIDES OF DRACULA
    CURSE OF THE WEREWOLF
    PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1962)
    EVIL OF FRANKENSTEIN
    Columbia:
    THE GORGON
    Paramount:
    THE MAN WHO COULD CHEAT DEATH
    MGM?
    COUNTESS DRACULA (available in PAL from Carlton)
    HANDS OF THE RIPPER
    TWINS OF EVIL (available in PAL from Carlton)
    VAMPIRE CIRCUS (available in PAL from Carlton)

    One of my most wanted Hammer titles is TWO FACES OF DR. JECKYLL.
    AIP owns the rights. Who will release it on DVD?

    :cry:
     
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  3. mcchrist

    mcchrist A new breed of pervert!

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    Man, I haven't seen The Gorgon in years. That was a mighty cool flick, I'd buy it on DVD in an instant!
     
  4. Columbia released a Pan and Scan and extremely washed out version of "Two Faces of Dr. Jeckyll" on VHS only so I assume they still have the rights. I believe somehow this movie ended up with two version when it was originally released to theaters one from Columbia called "Two Faces of Dr. Jeckyll" and another from AIP titled "House of Fright".
     

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