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“Duvall is astonishingly good in the best-ever screen presentation of Faulkner’s work.” – Leonard Maltin

Often cited as one of his favorite performances, Robert Duvall stars as Jackson Fentry, a solitary man and sawmill caretaker, who meets and eventually falls in love with an abandoned pregnant woman.

Academy Award ™ winner Horton Foote (To Kill a Mockingbird, Tender Mercies) wrote the screenplay based on his stage adaptation of a short story by William Faulkner.  Directed by Joseph Anthony (The Matchmaker, The Rainmaker), and shot in beautiful black and white to convey the era in which it takes place, the film is a haunting, emotional tale about a man’s capacity for love.

First ever release on Blu-ray.  DVD back in print after several years.

 • Robert Duvall’s favorite of his performances
•  From the collection of The Museum of Modern Art ((MoMA)
• Screenplay by Horton Foote (To Kill a Mockingbird, Tender Mercies)
• Based on a short story by William Faulkner
• New high definition transfer from 35mm elements
• Original theatrical trailer

B/W • 103 Minutes • 1972 • Not Rated

$29.98

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Limited Edition 2-Disc Set

#1 Best disc of 2013  – Animated Views

#10 Best disc of 2013 – DVD Savant

#5 Best disc of 2013 – World Cinema Paradise

“This is a truly great collection” – Francis Rizzo III, DVD Talk

“As presented by B2MP, ‘The Puppetoon Movie’ Blu-ray is far more than a high-definition release of a 1987 film celebrating a somewhat forgotten animator from the ’30s and ’40s; it is an impressive celebration of the life and career of George Pal, and the many creations he so brilliantly envisioned. This is the kind of disc set that more than makes up for its price tag, and is a must own for any animation fan.” – Kevin Yeoman, High-def Digest

“Trust me, you won’t make a better purchase of classic animation this year.” – Randall Cyrenne, Animated Views

The Puppetoon Movie is a 1987 animated film written, produced, and directed by Arnold Leibovit. Some of the Puppetoons included in the film are Tubby the Tuba, Tulips Shall Grow, John Henry and the Inky Poo, all created by George Pal in the 1930s and 1940s, and framed by a story featuring Gumby, Pokey, and Arnie the Dinosaur.

Not Available at retail. Limited to 3000 copies.

• Bonus Puppetoons (High Definition):
And To Think I Saw It On Mulberry Street
500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins
The Sky Princess
Rhapsody in Wood
Date with Duke
Jasper and the Beanstalk
Rhythm in the Ranks
The Great Rupert (High Definition) B/W:
starring Jimmy Durante, Terry Moore, and the Puppetoons
• Previously unreleased interview footage (Standard Definition):
– Ray Harryhausen
– Ray Bradbury
– Gene Roddenberry
– Roy Disney
– Wah Chang
– Duke Goldstone
– Russ Tamblyn
• Bonus Puppetoons (Standard Definition):
What Ho She Bumps
Mr. Strauss Takes A Walk
Olio for Jasper
Philips Cavalcade
Jasper’s Derby
Hoola Boola
Ether Symphony
Aladdin and the Magic Lamp
The Magic Atlas
Jasper and the Haunted House
The Philips Broadcast of 1938
The Ship of the Ether
The Fantasy Film Worlds of George Pal (Standard Definition):
Arnold Leibovit’s inspired tribute to George Pal
• Audio commentary by Arnold Leibovit and Jerry Beck
• And more…

Full-color and B/W • 79 Minutes on 2 Discs • 1947 • Not Rated

$49.98

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The Slipper and the Rose Blu-Ray Edition

In Euphrania, live two unhappy people: a sad young girl called Cinderella and a proud young prince – trapped in two very different worlds.

Following the death of her father, poor Cinderella has been left in the care of her unfriendly stepmother and two spoilt stepsisters. Meanwhile, the prince of the land has come of age and the King and Queen want him to marry. His desperate parents hold a splendid ball and invite every noble girl in the land.

Cinderella is shunned by her ugly sisters, when they leave her behind and flounce off to the Great Ball in all their finery. Fortunately her Fairy Godmother intervenes, transforming Cinderella and whisks her off to the ball–and so the love story blossoms in this exquisite, uplifting masterpiece.

Directed by Bryan Forbes, the film stars Gemma Craven as the heroine, Richard Chamberlain as the Prince, and a supporting cast led by Michael Hordern, Kenneth More, Edith Evans and Annette Crosbie. Academy Award nominated songs are written by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman, who also shared scripting duties with Forbes and, reportedly, the film’s executive producer, broadcaster David Frost.

COLOR • 143 Minutes • 1976 • Not Rated

$29.98

Pre-Order: Our Daily Bread

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Pre-Order: Our Daily Bread Blu-ray/DVD Edition

“…a social document of amazing vitality and emotional impact.”
– Andre Sennwald, The New York Times (1934)

“One of the 10 best films of 1934.”
The New York Times

OUR DAILY BREAD is a landmark of socially conscious films, independently produced and directed by King Vidor (The Big Parade, The Crowd, Hallelujah! and The Champ). The original idea derived from an article Vidor read in a 1932 issue of “Reader’s Digest,” about people working together in cooperatives that negated the need for money during the Depression. The final sequence, a thrilling piece of cinema bravura that involves the collective hurling themselves into the digging of a miles-long irrigation trench in order to save their corn crop from drought, is largely shot silent with overdubbed sound, and remains one of Vidor’s greatest accomplishments in film form.

• Directed by King Vidor (The Big Parade, The Crowd, Hallelujah!, The Champ)
• New high definition transfer from the 35mm nitrate lavendar

BONUS FILMS INCLUDE:
Our Daily Bread Prologue by King Vidor (1983)
The River (1937) directed by Pare Lorentz
The Plough that Broke the Plains (1936) directed by Pare Lorentz
Power and the Land (1940) directed by Joris Ivens
The New Frontier (1934) directed by H. P. McClure
California Election News #1 and #2 (1934) produced by Irving Thalberg
The Land (1942) directed by Robert Flaherty: First Release on home video of the complete film 
(The Land is on the Blu-ray only, not on the DVD)

ADDITIONAL BONUS FEATURES:
• Commentary on both Our Daily Bread and The Plow that Broke the Plains by Howie Movshovitz (film professor at University of Colorado and film critic for NPR and Colorado Public Radio)
• New essay by film critic and historian Scott Eyman
(Empire of Dreams: The Epic Life of Cecil B. DeMille, Print the Legend: The Life and Times of John Ford, Mary Pickford: From Here to Hollywood, The Speed of Sound: Hollywood and the Talkie Revolution)

B/W • 74 Minutes • 1934 • Not Rated

$39.98

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On Approval Blu-ray Edition

One of Time Magazine’s best movies of 1944

Clive Brook adapted and stars as George, the 10th Duke of Bristol, in this hilarious adaptation of Frederick Lonsdale’s play. George and his equally impoverished friend Richard (Roland Culver) are invited to spend a month at a Scottish mansion by two wealthy women (played by Beatrice Lillie and Googie Withers) to test their compatibility as potential marriage partners. What follows is a delightfully witty romance described by Lindsay Anderson as “the funniest British light comedy ever made.”

• Directed by Clive Brook
• Starring Clive Brook (Shanghai Express, Sherlock Holmes), Beatrice Lilliea (Around the World in 80 Days, Thoroughly Modern Millie), Googie Withers (Dead of Night, Night in the City, Shine), Roland Culver
• Costumes by Cecil Beaton (My Fair Lady, Gigi)
New high definition transfer from 35mm elements
Includes bonus interview: Googie Withers Remembers On Approval with Kevin Brownlow
Commentary by Jeffrey Vance
Chaplin: Genius of the Cinema, Buster Keaton Remembered, Harold Lloyd: Master Comedian
New essay by film critic and historian Scott Eyman
Empire of Dreams: The Epic Life of Cecil B. DeMille, Print the Legend: The Life and Times of John Ford, Mary Pickford: From Here to Hollywood, The Speed of Sound: Hollywood and the Talkie Revolution
Still Gallery: From the British Film Institute Collection

B/W • 80 Minutes • 1944 • Not Rated

$34.98

 

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“A Joyous Experience”
– Leonard Maltin

May Robson plays Apple Annie in Frank Capra’s wonderful and enduring comedy/drama, based on a short story by Damon Runyon, with a hilarious and heartwarming script by Robert Riskin. When Louise (Jean Parker) visits her mother to introduce her aristocratic fiancé, Apple Annie’s friends, including gangster Dave the Dude (Warren William), Judge Henry D. Blake (Guy Kibbee) and Missouri Martin (Glenda Farrell), rally around to transform her into the society matron her daughter is expecting to see.

• Directed by Frank Capra (It’s a Wonderful Life, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Lost Horizon, Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, It Happened One Night)
• Nominated for 4 Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actress
• New high definition transfer from 35mm elements
• Included in Leonard Maltin’s 151 Best Movies You’ve Never Seen
• Introduction and commentary by Frank Capra, Jr.
• New essay by film critic and historian Scott Eyman
Empire of Dreams: The Epic Life of Cecil B. DeMille, Print the Legend: The Life and Times of John Ford, Mary Pickford: From Here to Hollywood, The Speed of Sound: Hollywood and the Talkie Revolution

B/W • 96 Minutes • 1933 • Not Rated

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$29.98

Welcome

Welcome to the B2MP, Inc. website, where you can buy our dvd and blu-ray releases directly from the publisher.

Our first release, Frank Capra’s Lady for a Day has received rave reviews from publications such as blu-ray.com, dvdbeaver.com and leonardmaltin.com and is currently available.

Pre-ordering now for shipment in January is a newly remastered Blu-ray edition of Clive Brook’s wonderful British comedy, On Approval starring Beatrice Lillie and Googie Withers. This will be available directly from this site prior to its retail street date.

Upcoming releases include a Blu-ray edition of King Vidor’s Our Daily Bread, mastered from his 35mm nitrate fine grain and a Blu-ray edition of Arnold Leibovit’s The Puppetoon Movie celebrating the animated work of George Pal and featuring some never before released bonus materials.

Thank you for your love of classic movies.

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