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April 09, 2009


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Yes, Commander Kenny ... please get to those Warner Archive films. THE FUTURIST! needs to read about what you see in them; the condition, the sound, the presentation, in short ... the truth. You are the Sydney Greenstreet of Film Blogging. You can tell if The Falcon is merely painted lead.

Mike De Luca

Glenn, we read this blog, simply, because we require the straight dope. Could we ever rely on, say, David Edelstein to champion a Blu Ray of "South Pacific"? I think not. Lead on, Brother Yoda. Lead on.


Did I miss something? I hope everything's okay.

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Best film blog online. Keep up the great work Glenn.

Now how about a follow-up to 'A Galaxy Not So Far Away...'?


Shit, the D.I.! I once had a Vietnam vet for a social studies teacher. He said that his fellow trainees were only allowed to watch two movies -- "The Green Berets" and "The D.I." That kind of gives you an idea of what to expect.

Or maybe not. "Private, is that the fiea you killed?"

Tom Russell

And thank you, sir, for writing a blog that I always look forward to reading. As the links sidebar on my own page can attest, I check "Some Came Running" on a daily (and sometimes twice- or thrice-daily) basis.


Yes, they may not be exactly what we’ve come to expect from Warner Home Video, but having sat down with "Doc Savage Man of Bronze" (and anxiously awaiting the arrival of Sarafian’s “The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing”, Guillermin’s “El Condor”, and Tourneur’s “Wichita”) I am more than pleased with the results.

And as far as the appreciation you’ve expressed for all who have participated in this wonderfully successful experiment, the feeling is mutual.

Thank you.

Ryan Kelly

Those who encourage you speak the truth, those who discourage you are dirty liars. Don't listen to 'em.

Hope you're not 'shagged' in the bad way. Best of luck to ya.


Cheers Glenn, I've turned on a number of my 'non-filmi' friends to your blog. Keep on keepin' on!

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