Follow That Dream Available For Pre-order

On Amazon you can pre-order the DVD edition of "Follow That Dream". The releasedate is April 20, 2004.
Source: / Updated: Jan 14, 2004 

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emjel (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 18, 2004report abuse
re: circleG comments. No I havn't noticed this. I better check my laserdiscs too. Anyhow, Follow That Dream is being advertised as Standard Screen ratio for DVD. I have it in widescreen on laserdisc and it's brilliant. I cannot believe they are putting this out in normal ratio. Tremendous cover though!! There is some real confusion about who owns what. In the UK, Warners release / distribute all the original MGM films owned by Turner, whilst MGM Home Video distibute the UA stuff. Apparanetly, they do not own the rights to FTD in the UK, so it's doubtful it will get released in the UK.
lray (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 17, 2004report abuse
EJF, I think you are going after the wrong studio. Ted Turner has the MGM movies on Warner. MGM has the 4 UA movies. Ownership changes over the years. I also would like to get the MGM movies, especially Elvis On Tour, but we need to put the pressure on Warner.
MV (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 17, 2004report abuse
I expect Follow That Dream will be released in its
cinemascope ratio,(letterbox). It is true that films like Kid Galahad,Easy Come Easy Go,GI Blues,which were shot in
an aspect ratio similar to 4:3 have been cropped at the
top & bottom to fit a 16:9 widescreen.(Loving you seems
to be an exception)Has anyone noticed the colorised
Jailhouse Rock has more top and bottom to the picture
than the letterbox version?
Robert Nelson (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 15, 2004report abuse
I too want to suggest, release all Elvis' movies on DVD. I am building my Elvis library for my 5 year old twin son and daughter. That means many, many years of viewing time!
circleG (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 15, 2004report abuse
great news and not before time. My only gripe is that these are not widescreen versions. 'Frankie and Johnny', 'Kid Galahad', 'Change of Habit' and 'King Creole' were the 4:3 ratio versions with just the tops and bottoms of the screen cut off! am i the only one who noticed this? Come on MGM, when you say widescreen please please make it widescreen!
E.J.F... (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 15, 2004report abuse
It's great to have another Elvis film to add to my DVD collection. This is one I've been longing to own. What's funny is that while this was a United Artists film it is being released on DVD by MGM, as happened with Frankie and Johnny if I'm not mistaken. Yet, films originally released by MGM have still to see the light of day on DVD. Films like "World's Fair", "Kissin' Cousins", "Speedway", "Stay Away Joe", "Live A Little..." etc. Could this be because they still feature regularly on Cable TV?! Come on MGM, we want to own ALL Elvis this Century if possible!!
Leidy (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 15, 2004report abuse
That is great news but I also want to see all Elvis movies in DVD.
8735 (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 14, 2004report abuse
Is marvelous but I want to see all Elvis movies in DVD.

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