MamasDoin'Fine said: "LOLI don't think the demand is out there for 'Song Of Norway' on DVD as much as it is/was for 'Lost Horizon'! "The blu ray of "Song of Norway" is being released early 2020.
Ah for the days when the West End board was alive
I do have this copyhttps://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Lost-Horizon-Blu-ray/52517/#Review
That honor goes Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness
The restored version of the 1937 film, from Columbia Pictures (now Sony), is great on Blu-ray.
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EricMontreal22 said: "Oooh I hope this gets a Region 1 release as well. I haven't seen it since it used to show up on a cheap Canadian movie channel in the early 90s. As a big Bacharach/David fan, I admit I kinda love the soundtrack CD--half of it is genuinely awful btu the other half is actually pretty good, and the awful stuff falls into the so bad it's good category for me. It is kinda too bad that THIS was the only other full musical that they did aside from Promises, Promises (not counting the TV musical On the Flip Side.From what I remember, it truly is a head scratcher of a musical, but I wouldn't say the worst ever."The Boyfriend was recently TCM, and I recorded it, as I generally enjoyed over-blown Ken Russell movies. I watched it in three seatings, and still didn't watch it to the end. Then I remembered that the only reason I actually remembered it fondly was because of Glenda Jackson's intentionally over-the-top cameo as the injured diva. I never liked the Boy Friend on stage, so it is probably saying something positive to say that what I saw I enjoyed better than the couple of stage productions I have seen.Asfor Lost Horizon, it was one of the few movies that I remember walking out of less than half-way through; it was stultifyingly boring.
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