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Offline BeAStooge

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Re: HOLLYWOOD PARTY from Warner Archives
« Reply #25 on: October 26, 2014, 10:23:34 AM »
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  • Who is in "3 Of A Kind," "Ghost Crazy," and "Trouble Chasers?"


    That information, for any film related to The Three Stooges, can be found in detail in this website's Filmography...

    3 OF A KIND (1944)
    CRAZY KNIGHTS (1944) (aka GHOST CRAZY @ re-release retitle)
    TROUBLE CHASERS (1945)

    Click on the links.

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    Yeah, I'm pretty excited about that.  I can't wait to get this! 

    Now, we're just waiting for "Fugitive Lovers," "Myrt & Marge," and "Start Cheering." 

    Who do we have to moider?

    P.S.  I'd also like to see "3 Of A Kind," "Ghost Crazy," and "Trouble Chasers."  I wonder what it would take???

    Out of curiosity, I inquired about Fugitive Lovers on Warner Archive's Facebook page, and unfortunately, we may have to wait a while. I've copied my question, as well as their response below:

    October 20 at 11:10pm 
    Any chance of releasing 'Fugitive Lovers' any time soon?

    October 21 at 7:17am
    Not soon, as remastering is required before we can release FUGITIVE LOVERS.


    I'd really like to get my hands on a copy, but Myrt And Marge would be my number one choice. It's been pretty much completely unseen since the 80's if I remember correctly. Too bad we couldn't get Universal to bring that one out.

    As far as Start Cheering is concerned, I taped it a while back on Antenna TV, but it's all chopped up with commercials and what not. Nevertheless, I still have a copy, so I'm happy.





    If there's no other place around the place, I reckon this must be the place, I reckon.

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    Well if you look on the bright side of that comment it alludes that Fugitive Lovers is in their eyesight and they do intend on releasing it.  Now if we can get word from Sony's "Classics" label about Start Cheering (or even Mill Creek for that matter) and Universal's "Vault" series about Myrt and Marge, we'll be in business.

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    Well if you look on the bright side of that comment it alludes that Fugitive Lovers is in their eyesight and they do intend on releasing it.  Now if we can get word from Sony's "Classics" label about Start Cheering (or even Mill Creek for that matter) and Universal's "Vault" series about Myrt and Marge, we'll be in business.

    Yes!  There's only 3 films left.  I don't understand what the holdup is.  I'm hoping that they can get these last three films out soon.  Then, we can all have a complete collection of The Three Stooges films.  Who do we have to moider?

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    Yes!  There's only 3 films left.  I don't understand what the holdup is.  I'm hoping that they can get these last three films out soon.  Then, we can all have a complete collection of The Three Stooges films.  Who do we have to moider?

    I hope so too. It would be a marvelous accomplishment, a prodigious achievement, It'd be PUTRID!!!!  ;D
    If there's no other place around the place, I reckon this must be the place, I reckon.

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    Re: HOLLYWOOD PARTY from Warner Archives
    « Reply #30 on: April 28, 2015, 12:21:08 PM »
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  • I've never heard of a title "Ghost Crazy" though--perhaps archiezappa was thinking about the film Crazy Knights--also a Shemp Monogram feature...

    Yes, "Ghost Crazy" is an alternate title to "Crazy Knights."  In fact, it has seen a limited DVD release under that title.  There is a listing for it on Amazon,  but it's currently unavailable.


     


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