BOOTLEG FILES 017: “The Immortal Story” (Orson Welles’ 1968 made-for-French-TV feature).
LAST SEEN: A rare one-time screening is slated for April at New York’s Film Forum as part of an Orson Welles retrospective.
AMERICAN HOME VIDEO: None.
REASON FOR DISAPPEARANCE: Uncertain, although several of Welles’ films have been stuck in legal limbo for endless years.
CHANCES OF SEEING A HOME VIDEO/DVD RELEASE: Possible, especially with an Italian DVD release last year.
BOOTLEG OPPORTUNITIES: Plentiful, but the quality of most of these bootlegs leaves something to be desired.
The story continues in part two of THE BOOTLEG FILES: “THE IMMORTAL STORY”>>>
Posted on January 30, 2004 in Bootleg Files, Features by Phil Hall
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