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Saturday, February 23, 2008
 
Sorry for the long lull in posting... Here are a couple tidbits.

First, there is a fantastic, comprehensive British site about Cannon that has recently debuted: www.cannon.org.uk Trust me, any Cannon fan will spend hours on this site, going through the scans and all the info there.

Next, Film Score Monthly has just released an 8CD box set of Superman music from 1978-1988. This box set contains the completely unreleased score to The Quest for Peace, along with a bunch of synthpop source music that was mostly rejected from the film.

Finally, I have gotten a lot of questions lately about why Thunder Alley has never been released on DVD. I don't know the answer, but I am trying to find out. It seems likely that it has simply fallen through the cracks, as it has no big stars, there might be very little incentive to release it now.

[link]    Posted 7:41 AM by Patrick.