|re: Jim Steinman Is The Greatest Ever!|
||rockfenris2005 02:33 pm MST 12/28/06|
|In reply to:||re: Jim Steinman Is The Greatest Ever! - La_Comtesse 02:29 pm MST 12/28/06|
> I have my eye out for the upcoming Eureka Master's of
> Cinema release, I'm hoping that will be as complete as
> possible WITH the original score and colour tinting.
Hmm, where does it say that?
I had the impression that there was never actually an original score, it was just musicians at the various theatres playing what they wanted.
Because all orders were ordered "destroyed" by the Bram Stoker estate, most negatives of the full film were never recovered. The movie that we see now is not the same as those actual negatives, but there have been other lost scenes turning up here and there. Slowly, they've found more.
There's only one man, I forget his name, who has the closest thing to the complete film as possible. Because of the copyright issues, anyone can do anything with this film. There are dozens of different issues out there
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