Twilight Time announces April 2017 releases

Twilight Time has confirmed full details – including technical specifications and special features – for the four titles that comprise their April 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 18th April, 2017.



ANOTHER WOMAN

A Film By Woody Allen

Starring Gena Rowlands, Gene Hackman, Mia Farrow, Ian Holm, Blythe Danner, Martha Plimpton, John Houseman, Betty Buckley and Sandy Dennis


Language: English • Video: 1080p High Definition • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1 • Audio: English 1.0 DTS-HD MA • Subtitles: English SDH • Year: 1988 • Image: Colour • 81 minutes • Rating: PG


Woody Allen’s sensitive drama, Another Woman (1988), focuses on a college professor, Marion (the sublime Gena Rowlands), approaching fifty and beginning to question the long-held assumptions of her life.

Hoping to finish a book, she rents a room which turns out to sit next to a psychiatrist’s office; the confessions Marion overhears soon become more fascinating than her work, and drive her to further thoughts, dreams, and reflections about her own existence.

The formidable supporting cast includes Gene Hackman, Mia Farrow, Ian Holm, Blythe Danner, Martha Plimpton, John Houseman, Betty Buckley, and Sandy Dennis.


Special Features:

Isolated Music Track

Original Theatrical Trailer



THE FORTUNE COOKIE

A Film By Billy Wilder

Starring Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Ron Rich, Judi West, Cliff Osmond, Lurene Tuttle, Marge Redmond


Language: English • Video: 1080p High Definition • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 • Audio: English 1.0 DTS-HD MA • Subtitles: English SDH • Year: 1966 • Image: B&W • 126 minutes • Rating: Not Rated


Director Billy Wilder, pairing for the seventh time with writing partner I.A.L. Diamond, brings us the blackest of black comedy in The Fortune Cookie (1966).

The tale focuses on the travails of a TV cameraman (Jack Lemmon) who is injured while shooting a sporting event, and then inveigled into an insurance scam by his brother-in-law, the infamous Whiplash Willie (Walter Matthau).

Matthau snagged a well-earned Best Supporting Actor Oscar® for his indelible comic performance.


Special Features:

Isolated Music Track

Original Theatrical Trailer



HOW TO STEAL A MILLION

A Film By William Wyler

Starring Audrey Hepburn, Peter O’Toole, Charles Boyer, Eli Wallach, Hugh Griffith, Fernand Gravey, Marcel Dalio


Language: English • Video: 1080p High Definition • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 • Audio: English 2.0 DTS-HD MA | English 1.0 DTS-HD MA • Subtitles: English SDH • Year: 1966 • Image: Colour • 123 minutes • Rating: Not Rated


Audrey Hepburn and Peter O’Toole star in the effervescent comedy caper, How to Steal a Million (1966), directed by the great William Wyler.

Hepburn’s the daughter of a master art forger (Hugh Griffith), who enlists O’Toole’s dapper society burglar to purloin a fake Cellini Venus before it can get Dad in trouble: madcap shenanigans ensue.

Shot in a shimmeringly beautiful Paris by Charles Lang, and featuring a lively score from the one and only John Williams, available on this Twilight Time release as an isolated track.


Special Features:

Isolated Music Track

Audio Commentary with Actor Eli Wallach and Catherine Wyler

Audrey Hepburn: The Fairest Lady

Original Theatrical Trailer



YOU’LL NEVER GET RICH

A Film By Sidney Lanfield

Starring Fred Astaire, Rita Hayworth, John Hubbard, Robert Benchley, Osa Massen, Frieda Inescort


Language: English • Video: 1080p High Definition • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 • Audio: English 1.0 DTS-HD MA • Subtitles: English SDH • Year: 1941 • Image: B&W • 89 minutes • Rating: Not Rated


The first collaboration between two great musical stars, Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth, You’ll Never Get Rich (1941) is part show-biz tale, part wartime comedy, with Astaire a Broadway denizen jonesing for dancer Hayworth.

Tripped up by the depredations of his womanizing boss (Robert Benchley), our hero then winds up drafted – but potentially reunited with his sweetie when he’s enlisted to put on a camp show.

Featuring a score by the inimitable Cole Porter, including hit tunes “Since I Kissed My Baby Goodbye” and “So Near and Yet So Far.”


Special Features:

Isolated Music & Effects Track

Original Theatrical Trailer

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