New Releases: Star Wars, Monster & Tour of Duty: Updated complete downloadable R1 DVD DB & info list

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    One of the most controversial DVD releases has been made official with the
    assignment of UPC numbers, the Star Wars Trilogy. Fox will release the box
    set as both P&S (024543123453) and widescreen (024543123415) on September
    21st. Both are THX certified and feature Dolby EX audio and will list for
    $69.98. The extras stated so far are film specific commentaries for each of
    the three movies with a 'feature packed' forth disc. Lucas is slated to be
    in each of the commentaries. No word yet as to the expected or dreaded
    alterations that are sure to be present.

    Goldhil Home Media will release four sets in their Great Crimes & Trials Of
    The 20th Century series. Each disc will list for $12.95 or you can opt for
    the box set for $44.95. Release date is May 11th.

    Also from Goldhil are some dramas set for release on may 18th. Each lists
    for $14.98. Included are:
    Harlequin: A Change Of Place,
    Harlequin: Recipe For Revenge,
    Harlequin: The Awakening,
    Harlequin: The Waiting Game.

    More from Alpha Video, this time set for May 25th. Included are:
    Adventures of Smilin Jack #1 (Chapters 1-6),
    Adventures of Smilin Jack #2 (Chapters 7-13),
    Animal Kingdom,
    Cisco Kid & The Gay Amigo,
    Devil's Filmmaker,
    Idaho,
    Murder In The Red Barn,
    Salt Of The Earth,
    Gangbusters #1,
    Gangbusters #2,
    Chained For Life,
    Hitler: Dead Or Alive,
    Sherlock Holmes: TV Classics: Vol. 2 (New Version),
    Sin Takes A Holiday,
    Street Scene,
    Swamp Woman,
    Tom Brown's School Days,
    Wayne Murder Case,
    As You Like It,
    Colonel Effingham's Raid,
    Johnny One Eye,
    Lady In Scarlet,
    Love From A Stranger,
    Mohawk,
    Student Of Prague.
    Each title will list for $9.98.

    War and music are featured by the latest announcements from Eagle Vision.
    April 6th:
    War Zone: War At Sea,
    War Zone: War Women.
    May 18th:
    Foreigner: 25: All Access Tonight,
    Sebastian Bach: Forever Wild.
    May 25th:
    Troy: Myth Or Reality.
    June 1st:
    War Zone: Kamikaze & The War In The Pacific,
    War Zone: Pearl Harbor - Battlefield Series,
    Procol Harum: Live At The Union Chapel,
    War Zone: History Of World War II,
    War Zone: Occult History Of The Third Reich,
    John Mayall: The Godfather Of British Blues.

    Columbia/Tri-Star will release Monster, the Oscar winning film about one of
    the most infamous female serial killers, on June 1st. The disc will feature
    Dolby 5.1 audio and anamorphic video, retailing for $26.95. The extras will
    include a trailer and a making of featurette. For the real story behind this
    heinous person you can also get Aileen: Life And Death Of A Serial Killer on
    the same date for $19.95. For those that want it all Columbia also has both
    in a two pack for $39.95.

    Columbia has a few television season box sets coming out soon. June 8th will
    bring:
    Tour Of Duty: The First Season ($49.95),
    Who's The Boss?: The Complete First Season ($39.95),
    Just Shoot Me!: Complete First and Second Seasons ($39.95).

    Also from Columbia on June 8th are:
    Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story (the recent USA cable flick),
    Man From Colorado,
    Creeping Flesh,
    Love Letters .

    Finally from Columbia is Wubbulous World Of Dr. Seuss: The Cat's Adventure
    due out on April 6th listing for $14.95.

    May 25th is already slated to be a busy release date and Universal adds to
    it with the announcement of a few more titles:
    No Man Is An Island,
    Gray Lady Down,
    To Hell And Back,
    Slaughterhouse-Five.
    Each has been confirmed for widescreen presentation and will list for
    $14.95.

    Buena Vista has announced a few titles for the coming months.
    June 1st:
    Freaky Friday (2003) / Freaky Friday (1976) 2 Pack,
    My Baby's Daddy.
    June 15th:
    Station Agent (Special Edition).
    July 20th:
    People I Know,
    Human Stain.

    Paramount has some releases planned for June 29th. Included are
    Three Blind Mice ($24.95),
    Liberty! The American Revolution ($24.95)
    World Of Suzie Wong ($14.95)
    Fancy Pants ($14.95)
    Just For You / Here Comes The Groom ($14.95).

    Stop by for a complete downloadable information list of all region one DVDs
    in several formats as well as daily changes. The official list now features
    41,149 titles with 327 additions or changes and 396 Pre-Release
    announcements. The All Titles list has 41,545 titles. Recent releases
    include: Last Week 234, This Week 286 and Next Week 206 titles.

    Previews of Master & Commander, Freaks & Geeks, Matrix Revolutions and
    Kill Bill Volume One Recent reviews include Final Countdown, House of Sand
    and Fog, Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003), Gothika, Thirteen, Mona Lisa Smile,
    21 Grams, Mr. Bill Complete Collection, Ten Commandments, Matchstick Men and
    In the Cut. Classic reviews include Steambath, Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    (1974) Bedford Incident and Them. Coming titles listed before all the specs
    are in can be found in a the list,
    http://www.hometheaterinfo.com/pre-releases.htm

    Updated lists for discontinued, cancelled, postponed and rescheduled titles
    as well as lists for DTS, ES/EX and Superbit titles. UPC numbers and
    original release dates now being added to the database. There is also a
    greatly expanded list of titles that were rescheduled or reissued. Search
    function for the database, (now including UPC search) complements of site
    partner and friend, Michael's Movie Mayhem http://www.dvdlist.kazart.com and
    DVDLister.

    Updates to the DVD database, including release specs usually made twice
    daily.

    Please stop by and visit.
    Thank you.

    Doug MacLean
    http://www.hometheaterinfo.com/
    Doug MacLean, Apr 1, 2004
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