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Twilight Time to Release Fox Classics7 Apr, 2011 By: Billy Gil
Specialty DVD label Twilight Time is releasing limited edition 20th Century Fox films, starting with the John Huston spy thriller The Kremlin Letter (1970), which is available now at $19.99.
Each film will be pressed in a run of 3,000 DVDs from a restored transfer and will include an eight-page booklet with an essay, stills and poster art, as well as an isolated score on some titles. They will be available to purchase exclusively at www.screenarchives.com.
The next titles are Fate Is the Hunter (1964), Woman Obsessed (1959), Violent Saturday (1955) and The Egyptian (1954).
“We are embracing this opportunity to engage the film enthusiast, by providing long sought-after collectible and fully restored titles in their original aspect ratios manufactured to the highest quality available and at a very affordable price,” said Brian Jamieson and Nick Redman, founders of Twilight Time.