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Old 05-21-03, 10:00 PM
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Ice Station Zebra News?

I know that Warner is who released the film on VHS. Do they also own DVD rights? Has anyone heard any news on a release? I know there is no update in the "as yet unreleased thread." Just wondering. Thanks ahead for any info.
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Old 05-22-03, 01:16 AM
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The laserdisc was MGM (but might be one of those properties that changed hands). Not that that helps answer your question.
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Originally posted by shill66
The laserdisc was MGM (but might be one of those properties that changed hands). Not that that helps answer your question.
Thanks, that is a tad more info that I can look into. Anyone else?
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It isn't Ice Station Zebra (Rock Hudson) but if you want a action film, Sink The Bismark and 633 squadron have just been released to DVD.

I got the DVD "Sink The Bimark" it was really great to see it in OAR including STereo the original sound from 1960. Stars Kenneth More and Dana Winters.

633 squadron is about taking out a german heavy water plant, before it can be used to make a atomic bomb.
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Warner owns ISZ now. I haven't heard anything about a release however.
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I do know that Michel Legrand's score was released on CD in 1997 by a now-defunct label called Pendulum; it was only 29 minutes long. But just recently (Feb 2003), a greatly expanded soundtrack (79 minutes) was released by Film Score Monthly. It says "Released by Special Arrangement with Turner Classic Movies Music" if that provides any further clue.

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https://secure.filmscoremonthly.com/...lCD.asp?ID=254
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