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  • #61
    Anyone else get theirs yet? It's fucking super diggity dope. Looks better than Pamela Mann too.
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    • #62
      Mine always in the mail, I'll probably get it tomorrow

      Edit : It was in the mail this morning :up:
      Jimmy Simard
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      Last edited by Jimmy Simard; 01-16-2012, 03:34 PM.

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      • #63
        Gah! Still haven't gotten mine yet. C'mon mailman!
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        • #64
          But you live at the other side of our country :p

          One time I test it the big way when our postal service goes all weird with one of my package... It goes from Ontario to BC to Quebec, what usually take 2 days took more than 2 weeks

          BTW I'm watching the film at this instant and God it looks great :up:

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          • #65
            Make sure you check out the commentary too, it's fantastic. And yeah, the transfer is sweet. Even better than Pamela Mann - can't wait for Misty!
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            • #66
              A blog update here about the restoration currently happening for The Opening Of Misty Beethovan, due out later this year.

              "The film elements that are being worked on for the upcoming release of Radley Metzger's “The Opening Misty Beethoven”, are the 35mm hard and cool versions CRI, (which stands for color reversal internegative), the 35 mm trailer, and 3 reels of 16 mm silent PIX, containing never before seen footage from the Audubon archives, like deleted scenes, alternative footage and outtakes."

              "The package is set to include both hard and cool versions of Misty Beethoven, along with Metzger commentary on the hard version, as well as an immense line up of video based extras, including an in-depth restoration feature, a locations feature, HD outtakes/ with Radley Metzger commentary, A tribute to Jamie Gillis, A feature on the film's star Constance Money, multiple language subtitles, film facts track, and so much more! And don't forget our amazing liner note books, available in each DVD. An exact release date has not been set, but it looks like it will be ready to go around May 2012."

              "Stay Tuned for all new updates, including rumors of a B-Ray?"
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              • #67
                Can't wait to have this one as it's my all time favorite and the last line tease us with a Blu-Ray... Usually I don't care and buy the DVD version even if I own a reader, but it will be hard, if not impossible for me, to not get the best movie ever made on BR.

                Now if Steven would told us the release will have an interview with Constance Money and not just a feature about her I would by the BR and the DVD version without any hesitation. Yes the two formats because it would be just awesome...

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                • #68
                  I'm pretty geeked out about this one too, Jimmy. It really is the best of the Henry Paris movies, and such a great 'art' film as much as it is a great 'adult' film.
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                  • #69
                    Pretty rad:

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                    • #70
                      Just got this in the mail:

                      I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for all of your wonderful feedback and support on the releases of "The Private Afternoons of Pamela Mann" and "Naked Came The Stranger". Currently, we are in the process of restoring the original film elements of "The Opening of Misty Beethoven", on a 2k scanner, restoring and enhancing the original sound, and also delving into the out takes, deleted scenes and alternative footage that has also been scanned and will be seen in HD for the first time ever!!

                      The commentary with legendary director Radley Metzger for "The Opening of Misty Beethoven" will be moderated by Distribpix's lead project researcher and adult film historian, Benson Hurst. It is scheduled to take place in less than 2 weeks and we thought it would be a great idea to give the fans an opportunity to send in their own questions to be asked to Radley during the commentary, Of course we will only be able to choose a few of them.

                      It is very easy to send your questions to us:

                      You can post questions to Distribpix on Facebook, under the Question link for the commentary- you can post your question publicly or send a private message: http://www.facebook.com/distribpix

                      We will also have an area on The Distribpix Blog, for people who do not use facebook.. and they can simply post your questions:

                      We look forward to hearing from you!
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                      • #71
                        For those who haven't pulled the trigger on the three deluxe edition Henry Paris releases, there's a deal on now at the VideoXPix site.
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                        • #72
                          This just landed in my inbox:

                          It's a little known fact that in 1975 when Radley Metzger shot footage in Paris and Rome for “The Opening of Misty Beethoven,” he borrowed local crew and equipment to do so. Whether you missed the opportunity to be part of his crew because you missed the Metro when you stopped to tie your shoe or because you foolishly hadn't gotten around to being born yet, you've been granted a second chance!

                          If you live in/near Rome or Paris (or will be visiting either in the next 3 weeks) and own or can borrow a camera or camcorder, you can show up 36 1/2 years late to the filming and be part of an extra feature on the upcoming special edition of “The Opening of Misty Beethoven”!

                          In return for taking photographs and/or footage from the same position and angle as the film's crew in a handful of locations around the city, you will get:

                          1. A free copy of the upcoming “The Opening of Misty Beethoven” special edition.
                          2. Your name (or chosen nom-de-porn) in the credits of the feature or featurette in which your photographs appear.
                          3. A certificate proudly proclaiming that by virtue of your photograph appearing on a disc containing pornographic material you are, by the commutative property of ill repute, ipso facto a Porn Photographer who worked on “The Opening of Misty Beethoven”.

                          On April 1 st, we will select one lucky photographer from each city, giving special preference to those with good cameras and photographic skills (with bonus points awarded to anyone willing to debase themselves or their friends by dressing and posing in place of the stars of the film). Street addresses and reference photos (both then and now) will be provided and stills or footage must be submitted to us electronically on or before April 15.

                          Just e-mail your information and qualifications (such as they are) to distribpix@gmail.com before April 1 st and we'll let you know if you've been chosen!
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                          • #73
                            Steven just updated the blog and posted some of the 1st screen caps from the restored Misty Beethovan.

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                            • #74
                              The Moon In The Gutter blog has a pretty cool interview with Mr. Morowitz up that's worth reading - lots of neat pictures too.

                              There's also some great before and after restoration photos showing how the work on Misty is coming along here.
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                              • #75
                                Official Misty Beethoven Update

                                Can't wait to get it and the soundtrack

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