|re: Jim Steinman Is The Greatest Ever!|
||La_Comtesse 03:41 pm MST 12/28/06|
|In reply to:||re: Jim Steinman Is The Greatest Ever! - rockfenris2005 02:33 pm MST 12/28/06|
|Doesn't really mention much in the Eureka booklet, but I have high hopes looking at the other MOC releases (like for example Murnau's 'Faust').|
> > 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
> 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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