Wednesday, December 26, 2007

STANLEY 35TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION!

First released on video in 1978 on VCI (91min) which used a Gold Key entertainment TV print missing the pre-credit sequence, some other scenes here and there, and the ending, then later had an unauthorized Neon/Fusion Video (94min) which seemed to use a 16mm Crown International television print which was still missing scenes and the original ending. Then in 1988 VidAmerica released the overseas Columbia Pictures version (96min) which had the violence and the ending but still ran short. We were asked by Cliff MacMillian to check out thier master to make sure it's uncut, and are pleased to announced for the first time, the 107 min version has been found!

We our very happy that Cliff MacMillan and Navarre/BCI will be putting this out and CODE RED DVD is involved and hopefully we will be able to work with Cliff in doing some of the extras on this fantastic find since we are good friends with Bill Grefe! Check out the screen shot!





4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who gives a rats ass about this stupid film. HINT: Waste your time with the one film that will bring in the cash!

pinkfit said...

Hmmm, let me guess, could you be talking about The Redeemer? These blog pages are becomming a malicious playground for juvenile (and often illiterate, it seems)fanboys. Now, I've never seen Stanley and probably never will, however, if Code Red wish to release this title; good luck to them. Please accept that people with a variety of tastes support Code Red and the range of titles they plan to offer for 08 is diverse and exciting.

Anonymous said...

It's about time this film got a release. Thanks for bringing it out. Don't listen to the whining fanboy freaks

Anonymous said...

I'm glad this movie is coming out. I taped from the late show in the 80's, but I no longer have that tape. I purchased a tape of it from a company called Education 2000 (no joke), and it had a VCR timer in the corner of the picture throughout the whole thing! It's great the uncut version exists!