Twilight Time announces March 2017 releases

Twilight Time has confirmed full details – including technical specifications and special features – for the four titles that comprise their March 2017 line-up.

As always, the titles will be released in Limited Editions of 3,000 units and all films will be released on Tuesday 14th March, 2017.



A Film By Charles Shyer

Starring Diane Keaton, Harold Ramis, Sam Shepard, Sam Wanamaker, James Spader, Pat Hingle, Mary Gross


LANGUAGE: English Ÿ| VIDEO: 1080p High Definition | 1.85:1 Ÿ | AUDIO: English 2.0 DTS-HD MA | SUBTITLES: English SDH | 1987 | Colour | 110 MINUTES | RATING: PG


Written by Nancy Meyers and Charles Shyer and directed by Shyer, Baby Boom (1987) is a romantic comedy with an edge, starring Diane Keaton as a driven Manhattan career woman who finds her life turned upside down when she “inherits” a baby.


A semi-satiric fantasy unfurls as she loses her job and her yuppie boyfriend (Harold Ramis), moves with baby to a deeply picturesque if falling-down Vermont house, and meets a helpful Gary Cooper-ish vet (Sam Shepard).


Lensed by William A. Fraker and featuring a score by Bill Conti (Broadcast News, The Right Stuff), this 30th anniversary Blu-ray premiere looks set to be a must own release.


Special Features:

Isolated Music & Effects Track

Audio Commentary with Film Historians Julie Kirgo and Nick Redman

Original Theatrical Trailer



A Film By David Swift

Starring Robert Morse, Michele Lee, Rudy Vallee, Anthony Teague, Maureen Arthur, Sammy Smith, Robert Q. Lewis


LANGUAGE: English Ÿ| VIDEO: 1080p High Definition | 2.35:1 Ÿ| AUDIO: English 5.1 DTS-HD MA / English 2.0 DTS-HD MA | SUBTITLES: English SDH | 1967 | Colour Ÿ| 121 MINUTES Ÿ| NOT RATED


How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1967) is writer-director David Swift’s movie adaptation of the award-winning Broadway musical, featuring score and original choreography by a pair of legends: Frank Loesser and Bob Fosse.

Reprising their acclaimed Broadway roles are Robert Morse and Rudy Vallee, joined here by Michele Lee, Anthony Teague, and Maureen Arthur in an entertainingly vicious take on big business.


Special Features:

Isolated Music Track (with some effects)

This Book Is All That You Need: Robert Morse on J. Pierrepont Finch

A Secretary Is Not a Toy: Michele Lee on Rosemary Pilkington

Original Theatrical Trailer



A Film By Carol Reed

Starring Alec Guinness, Burl Ives, Maureen O’Hara, Ernie Kovacs, Noel Coward, Ralph Richardson, Jo Morrow


LANGUAGE: English Ÿ| VIDEO: 1080p High Definition | 2.35:1 Ÿ| AUDIO: English 1.0 DTS-HD MA Ÿ| SUBTITLES: English SDH | 1959 | B&W Ÿ| 107 MINUTES Ÿ| NOT RATED


Adapted by Graham Greene from his own celebrated novel, Alec Guinness stars as a vacuum-cleaner salesman in pre-revolutionary Cuba, unexpectedly recruited as a British Intelligence spy. As his imagination turns out to be more highly developed than his espionage skills, the plot thickens.

An extraordinary cast also includes Burl Ives, Maureen O’Hara, Ernie Kovacs, and Ralph Richardson.

Directed by Carol Reed in his third collaboration with Greene, the film was notably shot in Havana just two months after the fall of the Batista regime, with the full permission of Fidel Castro.


Special Features:

Isolated Music & Effects Track

Original Theatrical Trailer



A Film By Mark Robson

Starring Lana Turner, Hope Lange, Arthur Kennedy, Lloyd Nolan, Lee Philips, Terry Moore, Russ Tamblyn, Betty Field


LANGUAGE: English Ÿ| VIDEO: 1080p High Definition | 2.35:1 Ÿ| AUDIO: English 5.1 DTS-HD MA / English 2.0 DTS-HD MA | SUBTITLES: English SDH | 1957 | Colour Ÿ| 157 MINUTES Ÿ| NOT RATED


Grace Metalious’ scandalous best-seller about the sordid life of a small New England town is given the high-gloss Hollywood treatment in Peyton Place (1957), a hugely successful melodrama produced by Jerry Wald and directed by Mark Robson, with John Michael Hayes providing the screenplay.


Lana Turner leads an ensemble cast also studded with  performances from relative newcomers including Diane Varsi, Hope Lange, Lee Philips, and Russ Tamblyn, further highlighted by a sumptuous score from Franz Waxman.


Special Features:

Audio Commentary with Filmmaker/Historian Willard Carroll

Audio Commentary with Actors Terry Moore and Russ Tamblyn

On Location in Peyton Place with Willard Carroll Audio Commentary

AMC Backstory: Peyton Place

Fox Movietone Newsreels

Original Theatrical Trailers

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