Criterion Schedules The Philadelphia Story for November -- We Have a 3 Day Special Price!

Criterion has announced a November 7th street date for The Philadelphia Story (1940). 

The sophisticated screwball comedy starring Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn and James Stewart is making its Blu-ray debut and boasts the usual plethora of bonus features (below) that normally accompany the label's releases.

Retail for the Blu-ray is $39.95, but is available at ClassicFlix.com for only $30.99. However, for 3 days only (until August 20th), we'll have it for the special pre-order price of $24.98. A 2-disc DVD is being released simultaneously and will retail for $29.95.

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CLASSICFLIX: T-Men - Special Edition is Coming in October

T-Men (1947), Anthony Mann's breakout film, which also marked his first collaboration with famed cinematographer John Alton, is coming to Blu-ray and DVD this October 10th from ClassicFlix.

Having undergone a major restoration, this Special Edition will also be loaded with bonus features, including a 24-page booklet.

Retail price will be $39.99 for the Blu and $34.99 for the DVD.

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Bitter Tea of General Yen Arrives on Blu

Sony's debuts the war romance The Bitter Tea of General Yen (1933) on Blu-Ray for the first time via their Columbia Classics line.

The film stars Barbara Stanwyck and Nils Asther. It initially debuted on DVD via TCM Vault's Frank Capra box set in 2012. This is one of several Capra films being transitioned to Blu, with the director's Lost Horizon premiering on the format in October.