MGM Limited Edition New Releases – March 2012

I’ve done pretty well updating the site with the new releases from Warner Archive, but they pulled a fast one on me. Not only are there the Warner Archive releases each week, but also the monthly releases from the Columbia Classics series. Earlier this month, and without fanfare, the Warner Archive site added a bunch of titles from the MGM Limited Edition series. Many of these films were already available via NetFlix streaming, plus the list was so long I chose not to list them all here. Well, some new titles were just added to this series…so I figured I’d better post them. It’s certainly a wide variety of titles covering many eras of movie history. Very exciting, if you ask me! Check out the titles…

– The Wonderful Country (1959)
– Southwest Passage (1954)
– Hornet’s Nest (1970)
– Hell Boats (1970)
– Timbuktu (1958)
– Number One with a Bullet (1987)
– Summer Heat (1987)
– Spellbinder (1988)
– Cool Blue (1990)
– Wanda Nevada (1979)
– Three Bad Sisters (1956)
– Savage Sisters (1974)
– The Big Night (1951)
– Sinful Davey (1969)
– The American Snitch (1983)

– The Quartermass Xperiment (1955)
– The Magnetic Monster (1953)
– Gog (1954)
– Master of the World (1961)
– Zone Troopers (1985)
– Tomorrow is Forever (1945)
– Vice Squad (1953)
– Top Banana (1954)
– Something Wild (1961)
– The Music Lovers (1971)
– Welcome to LA (1976)
– Busting (1973)
– Hickey & Boggs (1972)
– Captain American (1992)
– Enter the Ninja (1981)

– Up the Creek (1984)
– What do you Say to a Naked Lady (1970)

What an interesting mix of movies! Here’s hoping we see a lot more good stuff from the MGM Limited Edition series!

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3 thoughts on “MGM Limited Edition New Releases – March 2012

  1. This is an outstanding blog. I really like that you update the new releases by Warner Archive. I to am amazed at how many new ones they seem to be adding. I can barely keep up with what they already have, but I am glad that it has proven to be so popular as it is a terrific service for the film collector. I also really like Netflix streaming and all the obscure movies they offer. I know there are some people that dislike it because it doesn’t have enough new releases, but to me that is what makes it unique and worth subscribing to.

      • Either that or they just don’t have a broad enough background in film to know a good movie when they see one. Just because a movie is recent doesn’t always mean it’s worth seeing over an older film.

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