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  1. Titles in GREEN are released (or announced to be released). Titles in RED are unreleased, and no announcement has been made. Some may not be US releases, but European ones. The release country of films with no US release, is mentioned in parentheses. * theatrical cut unreleased 2017 - The Post 2017 - Star Wars: The Last Jedi 2016 - The BFG 2015 - Star Wars: The Force Awakens 2013 - The Book Thief 2012 - Lincoln 2011 - War Horse 2011 - The Adventures of Tintin 2008 - Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull 2005 - Munich 2005 - Memoirs of a Geisha 2005 - War of the Worlds 2005 - Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith 2004 - The Terminal 2004 - Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 2002 - Catch Me If You Can 2002 - Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 2002 - Minority Report 2002 - Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones 2001 - Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone 2001 - A.I. Artificial Intelligence 2000 - The Patriot (theatrical cut on UHD only! The regular bluray has the extended cut) 1999 - Angela's Ashes (UK) 1999 - Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace 1998 - Stepmom (BD-R, NOT pressed disc, beware) 1998 - Saving Private Ryan 1997 - Amistad 1997 - Seven Years in Tibet 1997 - The Lost World: Jurassic Park 1997 - Rosewood (there is an HD digital version of it) 1996 - Sleepers 1995 - Nixon* 1995 - Sabrina 1993 - Schindler's List 1993 - Jurassic Park 1992 - Home Alone 2: Lost in New York 1992 - Far and Away 1991 - JFK* 1991 - Hook 1990 - Home Alone 1990 - Presumed Innocent 1990 - Stanley & Iris (with isolated score) 1989 - Always 1989 - Born on the Fourth of July 1989 - Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade 1988 - The Accidental Tourist 1987 - Superman IV - The Quest for Peace (Three themes) 1987 - Empire of the Sun 1987 - The Witches of Eastwick 1986 - Spacecamp 1984 - The River (UK) 1984 - Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 1983 - Return of the Jedi* 1982 - Monsignor 1982 - E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial 1982 - Yes, Giorgio (Theme) 1981 - Heartbeeps (there is an HD digital version of it) 1981 - Raiders of the Lost Ark 1980 - The Empire Strikes Back* 1979 - 1941 1979 - Dracula 1978 - Superman - The Movie (with isolated score in the expanded version) 1978 - Jaws 2 1978 - The Fury (2 releases with isolated score) 1977 - Close Encounters of the Third Kind 1977 - Star Wars* 1977 - Black Sunday 1976 - Midway 1976 - The Missouri Breaks 1976 - Family Plot 1975 - The Eiger Sanction 1975 - Jaws 1974 - The Towering Inferno 1974 - Earthquake 1974 - The Sugarland Express 1974 - Conrack (includes music & effects track) 1973 - CInderella Liberty (TT release with isolated score) 1973 - The Long Goodbye (2 releases: UK one includes music & effects track) 1973 - The Paper Chase 1973 - The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing 1973 - Tom Sawyer (Score Adaptation) (with isolated score) 1973 - Pete 'N' Tillie (there is an HD digital version of it) 1972 - Images 1972 - The Poseidon Adventure 1972 - The Cowboys 1971 - Fiddler on the Roof (Score Adaptation) 1971 - Story of a Woman 1969 - The Reivers 1969 - Goodbye, Mr. Chips (Score Adaptation) 1969 - Daddy's Gone A-Hunting 1967 - Valley of the Dolls (Score Adaptation) (Criterion) 1967 - Fitzwilly 1967 - A Guide for the Married Man 1966 - The Plainsman 1966 - Penelope 1966 - Not With My Wife, You Don't! 1966 - How to Steal a Million (TT release with isolated score) 1966 - The Rare Breed (Germany & France) 1965 - John Goldfarb, Please Come Home 1965 - None But the Brave (there is an HD digital version of it) 1964 - The Killers 1963 - Gidget Goes to Rome 1963 - Diamond Head 1962 - Bachelor Flat 1962 - Stark Fear (party music) 1961 - The Secret Ways 1960 - Because They're Young 1960 - I Passed for White 1959 - Daddy-O
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    Williams filmography in Bluray - a list

    NONE BUT THE BRAVE is coming from Warner Archive: https://forum.blu-ray.com/showpost.php?p=16418496&postcount=11004
  3. The thing is this: Looking forward to the Bluray of E.T., i just watched a couple of scenes (the beginning, and the flying sequences). And although i've seen the film more than a dozen times, I cried again (now in my 32) and got goosebumps. This would be another thread but I was wondering if my view that those movies have a higher lever of craftmanship is subjective, or is it objective (because I saw them when i was a kid and they marked my childhood etc.)? I mean, kids of today would feel /are feeling the same watching Avatar or Super 8? anyway, back to my topic, which films (which don't have to be dramatic) have a great emotional impact on you or even make you cry? for me the 2 top in my head are E.T. and Disney's Beauty and the Beast. but I could equally get emotional by Indiana Jones and the temple of doom (which i consider the best adventure film ever made), Superman or even Spacecamp! ( a movie that i also watched dozens of time in VHS when i was a kid). well, now that I think about it, 50% of my emotions is that these films are part of my childhood. (I'm sure lots of people would deny the craftmanship of Spacecamp! hehe) So, feel free to answer the question in bold.
  4. Can anyone provide timestamps for the Van Helsing motif that I just read in the liner notes, which is in "Grave trampling and the asylum", "into the crypt" and "van helsing's solution"? (I just got my cd )
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    Hal Leonard Signature Editions

    http://www.halleonard.com/item_detail.jsp?...=john+williams+ http://www.halleonard.com/item_detail.jsp?...=john+williams+ I wonder if there will be an edition with only the full score and not full score + parts which is so expensive!!
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    Williams filmography in Bluray - a list

    EARTHQUAKE is coming in a collector's edition from Shout on May 21st! DISC ONE: Theatrical Cut of the Film Special Features: • NEW 2K scan of the interpositive of the theatrical cut (2.35:1) • Audio Options: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, 2.1 w/Sensurround audio and 2.0 • Original Theatrical Trailer • Original TV Spot • Original Radio Spots • Vintage audio Interviews with Charlton Heston, Lorne Greene and Richard Roundtree • Still Galleries – movie stills, posters and lobby cards, behind-the-scenes photos and matte paintings and miniatures DISC TWO: Television Cut of the Film • NEW 2K scan reconstruction of the TV version, featuring over 20 mins of made-for-broadcast footage (presented in 1.33:1) • NEW Sounds of Disaster: Ben Burtt talks about SENSURROUND • NEW Scoring Disaster: The Music of EARTHQUAKE • NEW Painting Disaster: The Matte Art of Albert Whitlock • Isolated TV scenes – Play them without watching the TV version of the film • Additional TV scenes (taken from best available film elements)
  7. ah, thanks. Yes, i meant that instance in Jedi Steps and Finale.
  8. I just noticed that if you take the first 2 phrases of Rey's theme and put them under the first 2 phrases of the force theme to sound simultaneously they perfectly fit. I don't remember, is there any instance in TFA or TLJ of such contrapuntal statements where the 2 themes sound simultaneously?
  9. If it's an expansion I'd love a Nixon expansion, or else I would LOVE a Johnny Williams unreleased score!
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    Williams filmography in Bluray - a list

    I'm not sure about this film as I don't know it so well, but I usually prefer the theatrical cut, as there's a reason for cutting some scenes in the first place.
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    Williams filmography in Bluray - a list

    The Paper Chase from TT is cancelled! It's coming from another label, but we don't know which. (so, no iso score option unfortunately) https://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=314694 In other news, Nixon theatrical cut is released for the first time on Bluray by Kino, on May 21st, in a 3 disc set that will contain both cuts https://www.hometheaterforum.com/community/posts/4704561/
  12. Apart from the new sound, this doesn't include anything that isn't in the blue box, right?
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    Williams filmography in Bluray - a list

    Kino announced they have Heartbeeps! (unknown date of release) https://forum.blu-ray.com/showpost.php?p=16073458&postcount=28188
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    Williams filmography in Bluray - a list

    Twilight Time announced The paper chase (1973) for April, with probably an isolated score included. https://www.hometheaterforum.com/community/threads/htf-exclusive-twilight-time-april-2019-release-announcements.360807/
  15. Well, it's not an actual book, that will be published that is, but it's my PhD dissertation on Williams' style, which is strictly musicological. I had planned it as a 4 chapter (beyond the introductory chapter) dissertation, but it seems it will be 3 in the end. (I've almost abandoned the idea of a melody chapter because it wasn't turning out as I'd like it to be) I have written more than 1,5 chapters till now (around 150 pages) and at this rate I hope to have finished it by the end of the year, because I have already been very very late. it will be unfortunately in Greek. When I finish it and it is accepted, i was planning to upload it here, just for looking at the numerous musical examples and diagrams, so that someone could get an idea of it.
  16. I just found this, and this is the only source in the internet: http://books.google.gr/books?id=fiA0zbl1LcoC&pg=PA2&lpg=PA2&dq=%22A+Musical+Biography+of+John+Williams%22+%22tom+barton%22&source=bl&ots=Yp_tZIHk7x&sig=aIrA6fqEOiyPr-r3oOkul5Foxrg&hl=el&sa=X&ei=vuliUf3hBJDv0gXHroDQBw&ved=0CCwQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=%22A%20Musical%20Biography%20of%20John%20Williams%22%20%22tom%20barton%22&f=false it seems it's like an ebook with links to sites and stuff about further information. I saw in some pages which has links to "complete score analysis", "complete cue list" etc., and i have a hunch that it links to here in jwfan. i wonder where someone can find the complete one.. It's fresh! (date of publication: March 2013)
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    John Williams' influences

    You can try here: http://www.jwfan.com/?page_id=129
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    John Williams' influences

    https://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/08/19/john-williams-lets-his-muses-carry-him-along/ https://www.chronicle.com/article/Conversations-With-John/4906
  19. Dear members, I've not logged in for quite some time due to some problems, but I thought to post this here now. This is an upcoming book on film music (in English and due to publication in December according to amazon) with chapters on various film composers including one on John Williams: http://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9781137573742#aboutBook The chapter is co-written by Emilio Audissino, who I'm sure you know from his excellent book on John Williams (and is a member here too), and myself. Emilio's part copes with the historical side and importance of Williams' film music. My contribution to the chapter is strictly musicological. I'm examining the musical syntax of Williams' themes based on Caplin’s academically acclaimed study of classical theme-types, along with more contemporary theorists’ views of some sentential types. Six notated musical examples are included representing five different types that are most prevalent on Williams' thematic output, and also a statistical table with the percentages of these types in my analysis of 341 themes. This part of the chapter is really an abridgement of a much longer chapter from my upcoming musicological dissertation on John Williams. I would like to thank Emilio very much, since he was the one that thought of me and suggested to the editors that we should co-write the chapter. This represents my first academic publication so it was really important for me and I'm very happy about it!
  20. I assume someone would say "only at jwfan". But I am regularly wondering seriously about this: I have noticed that great composers of the past have had a great "pain" or "problem". Others were gay, others deaf, others had a serious health or mental or alcohol problem etc. Williams IS a great composer, yet he seems to be so balanced and calm, and besides his first wife's death, there hasn't been any indication of anything else that causes him pain. Do you think he could be the first great composer without a serious problem?
  21. Source: https://www.facebook.com/thedigitalbitscom if ONLY that was true, this would be the release of the decade for me!!!!!!
  22. not in particular order The Adventures of Tintin Jazz Autographs Catch me if you can A.I. theme (vocal version) hedwig's theme
  23. I've been living in another city for a while now and haven't been following the discussion on the Harry Potter release. So, the sessions for the first 2 films have become obsolete with this release? everything is there?
  24. from what i remember there is a song in the end credits.
  25. about ALWAYS: Total Music Time: 37 minutes, 26 seconds Percentage scored: 30% #1. Pete and Dorinda Walk Home (0:32) Music Begins as Dorinda and Pete walk home by the airfield ends as the two lay together by the fire. #2. Precious Talk (0:20) Begins as Pete opens the refrigerator door for a snack and ends as Pete sits down with Dorinda by the fire. #3. Saying Good-bye (2:46) Begins as Pete is on the phone and ends as Pete tries to yell that he loves her over the roar of his engines. #4. Hap (7:01) Begins as Al looks out his window to see Pete's plane and ends as Pete turns around to find the person who he will help. #5. Catching up with Al (0:20) Begins as Pete walks into Al's office and begins Ted walks into Al's office behind Pete. #6. Landing in Flat Rock (0:54) Begins as Al and Dorinda approach the strip at Flat Rock for landing and ends as Ted takes off. #7. Abandoned Airfield (2:36) Music enters as Ted creeps into an abandoned shelter and ends as Ted lands at Flat Rock. #8. Follow Me (1:08) Begins as Rachel sees Ted landing and ends as the Follow Me tractor plows into Dorinda's porch. #9. Strange Presence (3:14) Begins as Pete senses that Dorinda is near and ends as Ted introduces himself to Dorinda. #10. Saving Frank (1:06) Begins as Dorinda wonders how Ted can do what he is doing and ends as Dorinda screeches to a halt in front of her house. #11. Breaking the wishbone (1:38) Begins as Dorinda tells a story about Pete and ends as Ted brags about how he'll land an A-26 with no fuel. #12. Shopping in her Sleep (1:47) Begins as Dorinda recites her shopping list in her sleep as before and ends as Dorinda tells Pete goodnight. #13. Talking With Hap Again (2:06) Begins as Pete finds himself waking up in the woods again and ends as Hap reminds Pete that he has to give in order to gain his freedom. #14. Handling the Rescue (4:50) Begins as Ted realizes that he should handle the rescue from their base and ends as Dorinda cruises to the drop zone. #15. Pete Tells Dorinda Everything (7:08) Begins as Dorinda enjoys the peace of flying at night and ends as Pete walks down the runway into the night. http://www.filmscoremonthly.com/features/skelton.asp
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