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 Posted:   Jun 29, 2011 - 9:02 PM   
 By:   Jason LeBlanc   (Member)

You guys are hilarious. Not everything MV says is a clue - in fact almost none of it is. The avatars are the clues, otherwise he just flat out tells us what's going on.

Totally understandable about a change in release schedule MV. I'm sure everything you're working on will make its way to us eventually, and you'll still have a great Comic Con experience regardless of how many new titles you will be selling there

 
 Posted:   Jun 29, 2011 - 9:14 PM   
 By:   Sarge   (Member)

You guys are hilarious. Not everything MV says is a clue - in fact almost none of it is.

You're all hilarious - I'm well aware it's John Lennon, and I didn't think it was a clue! I guess no one noticed the wink...

 
 Posted:   Jun 29, 2011 - 10:43 PM   
 By:   La La Land Records   (Member)

You guys are hilarious. Not everything MV says is a clue - in fact almost none of it is.

You're all hilarious - I'm well aware it's John Lennon, and I didn't think it was a clue! I guess no one noticed the wink...


John Lennon the Russian Commie guy? He said that? The Walrus? Really?

MV

 
 Posted:   Jun 29, 2011 - 10:44 PM   
 By:   Steve Johnson   (Member)

Whatever it is, bring it on, even if some people will wilt over the cover.

 
 Posted:   Jul 11, 2011 - 4:47 AM   
 By:   David (Giacchino-fan)   (Member)

Well, I go on vacation for just a week and look what happens! A whole slew of announcements. Here's what's new in the LLL world:

Next week, LLL presents a 3-disc set of The Golden Child, with original score by Michael Colombier and rejected score by John Barry. Here's what MV says:

ust to add some more info to this release:


How did this come about?


The magic of Sir Lukas Kendall working miracles at Capitol Records and Paramount Pictures on behalf of La La Land Records. This is our 2nd project with Mr Kendall (Star Trek V being the first). We have many more projects in the works with Mr. Kendall. Its an absolute joy to work with him. Plus, our offices are right down the street from his favorite batting cage place. smile


Why 5000 units?


Simply put, it was a contractual thing. Capitol Records required from us that we produce 5000 units. Plus, we hope this sells well with all you Barry, Columbier and RATT fans. Yes, that's right -- the Ratt song is on the cd. wink


Why 3 discs and whats on it?


Disc 1 consists of Barry score for the film. Its an absolute treasure! As stated before, it's like the lost BOND score. After we all heard it we asked ourselves, "What movie was he watching?" LOL!

Disc 2 consists of Columbier score... a true delight for those fans of 80's electronica. His score ranks right up there with Faltermeyer and Moroder.

Disc 3 is a hodge podge of songs that were featured on the original LP release as well as Barry alternates, including a tossed out song Barry wrote and Randy Edelman performed!


This will be available tomorow.

Also, coming up at an undetermined time, be have:
Batman Forever Expanded Archival Collection (Goldenthal)
Forever Young Expanded Archival Collection (Goldsmith)
Space Above and Beyond (3 CD Set, Shirley Walker)
1941 (2 CD Set, John Williams)


And of course, the big announcement... Star Trek: The Next Generation Volume 1!
Press release:




FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

LA-LA LAND RECORDS PREMIERES

STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION COLLECTION VOLUME 1

LIMITED EDITION 3CD SET TO BE RELEASED AT THE SAN DIEGO 2011 COMIC CON

(July 8, 2011- Los Angeles, CA) – La-La Land Records announces the premiere of their limited edition 3CD set Star Trek: The Next Generation Collection, Volume 1. The recording will debut at the La-La Land Records Booth at the San Diego Comic-Con, July 20-24, (housed in the Toy Hungry booth #429).

Featuring more than 3 full hours of previously unreleased music, Star Trek: The Next Generation Collection, Volume 1 showcases some of the most dynamic pieces of score ever composed for this beloved and acclaimed series.

Renowned composers Dennis McCarthy, Jay Chattaway, Don Davis, John Debney and Fred Steiner are all represented on this limited edition set of 3000 Units, which complies many of the very best musical contributions to the most famous and celebrated sci-fi franchise in television history. Produced by Ford Thaxton, Mark Banning, James Nelson and Lukas Kendall, this release, mastered by James Nelson, includes a 32-Page Booklet featuring liner notes from film/TV music writer Jeff Bond.

Star Trek: The Next Generation Collection, Volume 1 will be available for purchase exclusively at Comic-Con at the La-La Land Booth (#429). It will later be made available on the La-La Land website - www.lalalandrecords.com, as well as other soundtrack online outlets, beginning August 2, 2011 (suggested retail price $34.98).

In addition to this exclusive Star Trek premiere, the La-La Land crew will be offering all kinds of special sale offers on some of their most exciting titles past and present, as well as discussing several major releases planned for the future. Drop by and spend some time with the only independent soundtrack label at the big show!

Follow La-La Land on Twitter for breaking news at Comic Con: http://twitter.com/LaLaLandRecords. La-La Land Records will be housed at the Toy Hungry booth (number 429), during Comic-Con from July 20-24 (including preview night).


And the obligatory track listing.

Disc One: Dennis McCarthy

1. Star Trek: The Next Generation Main Title (3rd Season) Narration: Patrick Stewart (1:49)
Music by Alexander Courage and Jerry Goldsmith, Arr. Dennis McCarthy

Recorded September 18, 1989, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California. • Debuted September 25, 1989.


Airdates varied in local markets, due to syndication.


HAVEN #105
2. Haven M11* / Harpies M12 / Gifts M13 (2:06)
3. Starship M14* / Lost Love M15 / Wyatt & Troi M16 / Mom Arrives M17 (3:26)
4. In Practice M21 / Tradition M22 / Cuestosity M23 (Not Used) / Mental Flame M24* / Leper Colony M25 (4:44)
5. Petty M37 (0:54)
6. Desert Panorama M41 / Proposal M42 / Tractor Beam M43 (2:51)
7. Ariana M51* / Plan to Die M52 / Preparation M53 / Alien Vessel M54 / Departure M55 / Next Adventure M56* (7:54)

*Contains “Theme From Star Trek (TV Series)” by Alexander Courage
Recorded October 1, 1987, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Original airdate: November 30, 1987


Hide and Q #111
8. Miracle Worker M51 / Lights Out M51A / Time Lapse M52* (5:24)

*Contains “Theme From Star Trek (TV Series)” by Alexander Courage
Recorded November 16, 1987, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Original airdate: November 23, 1987


The Big Goodbye #113
9. (You Came Along From) Out of Nowhere M53 / M12 (3:24)
Composed by John Green and Edward Heyman, Arr. Dennis McCarthy
Published by Sony/ATV Harmony (ASCAP).
Additional Orchestrations by James Hill.

Recorded December 10, 1987, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Original airdate: January 11, 1988


Conspiracy #125
10. Worf Down M51 / Invader M52 / Dinner Treats M53 / Retching Remmick M54* / Recovery M55 / Cliff Hanger M56 (7:44)

*Contains “Theme From Star Trek (TV Series)” by Alexander Courage
Recorded April 29, 1988, at Universal Studios Scoring Stage,
Universal City, California. • Original airdate: May 9, 1988


The Child #127
11. Rendezvous M11 / Liaison M12 (2:15)
12. Aucdet IX M21 / Containment Out M22 / The Birth M23B / Growth Spurt M24 (5:11)

Recorded November 10, 1988, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Original airdate: November 21, 1988


Elementary, Dear Data #129
13. Stardate M11* / Holmes’s Pipe M12A / Holmes’s Pipe 2 M12 (0:54)
14. Denouement M14 / The Challenge M15 (0:57)

*Contains “Theme From Star Trek (TV Series)” by Alexander Courage
Recorded November 28, 1988, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Original airdate: December 5, 1988


Time Squared #139
15. P-2 Arises M51 / Hall Twins M52 / P-2 Dies M53 / Escape M54 / No Repeat M55* (6:08)

*Contains “Theme From Star Trek (TV Series)” by Alexander Courage
Recorded March 22, 1989, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Original airdate: April 3, 1989


The Survivors #151
16. Music Boxer M16 (1:03)
17. Telepathic M41 / Kevin’s Waltz M42 / Unbridged M43 (4:36)
18. Music Box M42 (0:39)

Recorded September 29, 1989, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California. • Original airdate: October 9, 1989


Sarek #171
19. Logging M51 / Solution M52 / Mind Meld M53 / Angstosity M54 / Back to Reality M55 / Goodbyes M56 (6:26)

Recorded May 4, 1990, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California. • Original airdate May 14, 1990


Conundrum #214
20. MacDuff Exposed M51A / Meeting the Girls M52 / Confused M53* (4:40)

*Contains “Theme From Star Trek (TV Series)” by Alexander Courage
Recorded January 24, 1992, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California. • Original airdate: February 17, 1992


All Good Things… #277 / 278
21. Saved Again M103* (2:27)
22. I Have a Gun M104* (0:52)

*Contains “Theme From Star Trek (TV Series)” by Alexander Courage
Recorded May 10, 1994, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Original airdate: May 23, 1994


23. Star Trek: The Next Generation End Title (3rd Season, Long Version) (1:55)
Music by Jerry Goldsmith, Arr. Dennis McCarthy

Recorded September 18, 1989, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California.


Total Time - Disc One: 79:06



Disc Two: Music By Jay Chattaway

1. Star Trek: The Next Generation Main Title (2nd Season) (1:39)
Music by Alexander Courage and Jerry Goldsmith, Arr. Dennis McCarthy

Recorded November 10, 1988, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Debuted November 21, 1988


Remember Me #179
2. Old Friend M11 / Return to Starbase M23 (1:06)
3. The Traveler M51 / Through the Bubble M52 (7:08)

Recorded October 10, 1990, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California. • Original airdate: October 22, 1990


The Host #197
4. Sorry M11 / Jay M17 (3:34)
5. No Pain, No Gain M33 (2:04)
6. Can’t Be Apart M44 (2:18)
7. Surprised M54 / Last Waist Kiss M55 (1:12)

Recorded April 30, 1991, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California.• Original airdate: May 13, 1991


Darmok #202
8. Doo Doo Occurs M32 (3:04)
9. Telling a Story M43 / Gone Forever M43A (4:07)
10. Tired of Sitting Around M51A / What’s a Life Worth? M52 (4:55)

Recorded September 12, 1991, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California. • Original airdate: September 30, 1991


Silicon Avatar #204
11. Running for Cover M13 / Someone’s Comin’ M16 (3:25)
12. So, We Finally Meet M52 (3:51)

Recorded September 27, 1991, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California. • Original airdate: October 14, 1991


The Perfect Mate #221
13. Hard to Resist M34 (3:07)
14. I’ve Bonded With You M52 (1:19)

Recorded April 9, 1992, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California. • Original airdate: April 27, 1992


I Borg #223
15. The Borg Pick Up Hugh M53 (2:40)

Recorded May 4, 1992, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California. • Original airdate: May 11, 1992


The Inner Light #225
16. Lullaby #1 M31 (0:50)
17. Naming Dance #1 M32 Alt B (1:15)
18. The Answer to a Mystery M51 / Lullaby #1A M52 (4:20)

Recorded May 21, 1992, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California. • Original airdate: June 1, 1992


Relics #230
19. Scotty’s Bridge M32* (0:40)
20. Captain in Rank Only M51 / Scotty to the Rescue M52 / Mister Good Hands M53 (4:43)

*Contains “Theme From Star Trek (TV Series)” by Alexander Courage
Recorded September 28, 1992, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California. • Original airdate: October 12, 1992


Starship Mine #244
21. Greedy Double Crosser M51 / Fight to the Death M52 (6:51)

Recorded March 15, 1993, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Original airdate: March 29, 1993


The Chase #246
22. Message Received M52 (2:50)

Recorded April 2, 1993, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Original airdate: April 26, 1993


Journey’s End #272
23. War or Peace M52 / Wes Goes on His Way M54* (6:08)

*Contains “Theme From Star Trek (TV Series)” by Alexander Courage
Recorded March 21, 1994, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Original airdate: March 28, 1994


Bonus Tracks:
The Inner Light #225
24. Naming Ceremony, Alternate (Not Used) M32A (1:20)
25. Naming Dance, Up-Tempo Version (Not Used) M2 (1:08)

Recorded May 21, 1992, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California.


26. Star Trek: The Next Generation End Title (3rd Season, Short Version–Alt. Take) (0:48)
Music by Jerry Goldsmith, Arr. Dennis McCarthy

Recorded September 18, 1989, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California.

Total Time - Disc Two: 77:17




Disc Three: Guest Composers

1. Star Trek: The Next Generation Main Title (3rd Season) (1:49)
Music by Alexander Courage and Jerry Goldsmith, Arr. Dennis McCarthy
Recorded September 18, 1989, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California.


Code of Honor #104 Music by Fred Steiner
2. Sky and Starship M11* / Meet Lutan M12 / Lutan Impressed M13 (2:43)
3. Bronze Horse M14 / To the Holodeck M15 / Snatch Tasha M16 (1:50)
4. Waiting M21 / Code of Honor II M22 (1:39)
5. Chez Lutan M31 / Lutan’s Honor M32 / The Centerpiece M33 / Yareena Upset M34 / Combat Ready M35 / Hatching a Plan M36 / Code of Honor Again M37 (4:16)
6. Code of Honor M41 (Not Used) / Yareena’s Threat M42 / The Glavin M43 (2:12)
7. Officer’s Log M51 / Competition M52 / Deadly Blow M53 / She Lives M54 / Poor Lutan M55 / Mission Accomplished M56B* (6:39)

*Contains “Theme From Star Trek (TV Series)” by Alexander Courage
Recorded September 11, 1987, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Original airdate: October 12, 1987


Face of the Enemy #240 Music by Don Davis
8. Troi Delirious M11 (1:35)
9. Ear Trauma M12 / Romulans in Romuland M13 / Troi Trouble M14 (1:29)
10. It’s Huge M21 / Riker Ridiculous M22 (Not Used) / Jean-Luc Benign M23 / Romulan Dissident Mummies M24 / N’Vek Trek M25 (3:32)
11. Clash of the British Titans M31 / Placating Picard M32 / Untitled M33 / Face of the Enemy (Act Out) M34 (3:27)
12. Toreth’s Revenge M41 / N’Vek Nervosa M42 (5:48)
13. Destructed Plan M51 /Another Cruel Hoax M52 / Noble N’Vek Dies for Our Sins M53 (8:15)

Recorded January 29, 1993, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Original airdate: February 8, 1993


The Pegasus #264 Music by John Debney
14. New Orders M11 / Pegasus M12 (0:22)
15. On Impulse M13 /Romulans Appear M14 Alt A / Stand Down M15 / Pressman Plots M16 (2:06)
16. Act In M21 / Scanning the Belt M22 Alt A (3:31)
17. Romulans Depart M31 / Duty Calls M32 / Riker’s Dilemma M33 / Relieved of Command M34 (2:43)
18. The Discovery M41 / Trapped M42 (5:12)
19. Secret Weapon M51 / Federation Cloak M52* / Second Chance M53 (6:57)

Alternate Takes
20. New Orders M11 Alt A (0:22)
21. Romulans Appear M14 tk 2 (1:03)
22. Stand Down M15 Alt A tk 2 (0:38)
23. Scanning the Belt M22 tk 3 (3:17)
24. Secret Weapon M51 tk 5 (3:53)

*Contains “Theme From Star Trek (TV Series)” by Alexander Courage
Recorded December 17, 1993, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Original airdate: January 10, 1994


Bonus MATERIALS
25. Star Trek: The Next Generation Bumper (1st Season) (0:06)
Music by Jerry Goldsmith, Arr. Dennis McCarthy

Recorded September 1, 1987, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California. • Debuted September 28, 1987.


26. Star Trek: The Next Generation Bumper (3rd Season) (0:08)
Music by Jerry Goldsmith, Arr. Dennis McCarthy

Recorded September 18, 1989, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California. • Debuted September 25, 1989.


27. Theme From Star Trek (TV Series) Polka Version (0:55)
28. Theme From Star Trek (TV Series) Torch Song Version (1:34)

Music by Alexander Courage and Gene Roddenberry, Arr. Dennis McCarthy

Recorded June 9, 1989, at Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage M, Hollywood, California.


29. Star Trek: The Next Generation End Title (3rd Season, Short Version) (0:48)
Music by Jerry Goldsmith, Arr. Dennis McCarthy

Recorded September 18, 1989, at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage, Los Angeles, California. • Debuted September 25, 1989.

Total Time - Disc Three: 79:32


Total Time - All Discs: 3:55:55


I have one request for anyone who reads this. If you have any favorite musical moments from the above-mentioned CDs in this post, please post them in this thread. I am especially curious about Space Above and Beyond, 1941, and ST:TNG, and appreciate any help.

Woo, what a week of announcements!

 
 Posted:   Jul 11, 2011 - 5:17 AM   
 By:   Mark Langdon   (Member)

That's Michel Colombier Giacchino-Fan, not Michael Columbier! razz

 
 Posted:   Jul 11, 2011 - 5:28 AM   
 By:   WillGoldNewtonBarryGrusin   (Member)

Well, I go on vacation for just a week and look what happens! A whole slew of announcements. Here's what's new in the LLL world:

Next week, LLL presents a 3-disc set of The Golden Child, with original score by Michael Columbier and rejected score by John Barry. Here's what MV says:

ust to add some more info to this release:


How did this come about?


The magic of Sir Lukas Kendall working miracles at Capitol Records and Paramount Pictures on behalf of La La Land Records. This is our 2nd project with Mr Kendall (Star Trek V being the first). We have many more projects in the works with Mr. Kendall. Its an absolute joy to work with him. Plus, our offices are right down the street from his favorite batting cage place. smile


Why 5000 units?


Simply put, it was a contractual thing. Capitol Records required from us that we produce 5000 units. Plus, we hope this sells well with all you Barry, Columbier and RATT fans. Yes, that's right -- the Ratt song is on the cd. wink


Why 3 discs and whats on it?


Disc 1 consists of Barry score for the film. Its an absolute treasure! As stated before, it's like the lost BOND score. After we all heard it we asked ourselves, "What movie was he watching?" LOL!

Disc 2 consists of Columbier score... a true delight for those fans of 80's electronica. His score ranks right up there with Faltermeyer and Moroder.

Disc 3 is a hodge podge of songs that were featured on the original LP release as well as Barry alternates, including a tossed out song Barry wrote and Randy Edelman performed!


This will be available tomorow.



I hope that these two songs from the LP are on that too:

"The Best Man in the World" and "Love goes on" - both feature Barry´s melodies, if I´m not mistaken, and they are fantastic!

 
 Posted:   Jul 11, 2011 - 5:34 AM   
 By:   judy the hutt   (Member)

Here are 2 quotes from MV:

"I already know that this year our planned major MAJOR release dates are 3/23, 4/20, 5/4, 7/20 and 11/30. And we are going to try to stick to those dates as best as we can. But in the interim we will have several other great releases coming out as well."

"MV : a lot of of great scores will be released this year, from Jerry Goldsmith, Michael Kamen, Danny Elfman, Les Baxter and John Williams and other marvelous composers."

I also believe MV mention 5 comic-book soundtrack releases. #1 would be the Flash, and #2 should be Wonder Woman. But the other 3?? No idea yet.

3/23 was Eraser and Dragonslayer (both of those were MAJOR). I think from what he said earlier that 5/4 is ID4. and for the X-Files summer release date, that is probably 7/20.
I cannot wait to see (or hear, I guess) the new Goldsmith he mentioned!


Are we talking about John Williams scores never released, or expanded or will it be Tintin and War horse? Just curious.

 
 Posted:   Jul 11, 2011 - 5:53 AM   
 By:   David (Giacchino-fan)   (Member)

That is a quote from 2010. It doesn't apply to this year.


Thanks Mark. I fixed the typo.



Here's what the list of upcoming composers looks like now:

Barry - The Golden Child
Debney - Young Riders
Elfman - POTA?
Goldsmith - First Knight, Bad Girls, Forever Young
Horner
Howard
Kamen - Die Hard?
Mancina - Money Train
Newman - (Which Newman?)
Morris - Clue
Poledouris - Breakdown
Portman - Storyteller? (We now know it's canceled until further notice. No word on if this is a different Portman in the works.
Snow - X-Files
Tiomkin
Williams - 1941 (Hook?)

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 11, 2011 - 5:57 AM   
 By:   eggerty31   (Member)

La-La Land have certainly released some amazing stuff this year. I'm just hoping that the Horner is going to be Apollo 13.

 
 Posted:   Jul 11, 2011 - 7:18 AM   
 By:   mstrox   (Member)

I'm hoping that the Horner is going to be Willow <3 <3 <3

 
 Posted:   Jul 11, 2011 - 8:51 AM   
 By:   Trent B.   (Member)

I'm hoping that the Horner is going to be Willow <3 <3 <3

Willow is Lucasfilm, so don't count on that one getting a complete release any time soon.

The Land Before Time or Apollo 13 has a better chance at getting a complete release.

 
 Posted:   Jul 11, 2011 - 9:08 AM   
 By:   mstrox   (Member)

My hopefulness comes from a place free from business decisions and full of emoticon hearts <3

 
 Posted:   Jul 26, 2011 - 12:14 PM   
 By:   David (Giacchino-fan)   (Member)

Coming August the 2nd... Star Trek: TNG Volume 1 will be available to order!

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2011 - 3:54 PM   
 By:   David (Giacchino-fan)   (Member)

TNG won't be LLL's last Trek project... DS9 is next!

http://theflickcast.com/2011/07/22/sdcc-11-la-la-land-records-plans-future-star-trek-tv-soundtrack-releases/

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2011 - 4:01 PM   
 By:   ScottDS   (Member)

TNG won't be LLL's last Trek project... DS9 is next!

http://theflickcast.com/2011/07/22/sdcc-11-la-la-land-records-plans-future-star-trek-tv-soundtrack-releases/


Sign me up!

Having said that, I'm sure people will start asking when 1941 is released but I've been wondering what else LLL and Universal might be working on.

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2011 - 5:44 PM   
 By:   ScottDS   (Member)

Here we go again...!

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2011 - 5:46 PM   
 By:   RM Eastman   (Member)

Here we go again...!





DENNIS THE MENACE

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2011 - 5:53 PM   
 By:   mastadge   (Member)

Horner's How the Grinch Stole Christmas

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2011 - 6:38 PM   
 By:   Gary S.   (Member)

I'm hoping that the Horner is going to be Willow <3 <3 <3

Willow is Lucasfilm, so don't count on that one getting a complete release any time soon.

The Land Before Time or Apollo 13 has a better chance at getting a complete release.


Willow needs to be redone. Many copies of the original suffer from bronzing. That said I would buy LBT, A13 or Willow in a heartbeat.

 
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