Tuesday, August 28, 2007

White Dog Coming From Criterion

Samuel Fuller's long lost White Dog is coming home.

After nearly three decades of ill treatment at last somebody is going to take care of the final, and very possibly most powerful film of one of cinema's greats. And how do I know? The following was posted on Criterion's latest Eclipse newsletter:

In 2008 Criterion will release a Samuel Fuller movie that was deemed too controversial to release by its studio and that was allegedly based on the true story of a pet once owned by Breathless star Jean Seberg. Name the film and you'll be entered in a drawing to receive a free Criterion DVD of your choice. Two runners-up will receive Criterion T-shirts.

Don't send your entries to me, of course, but to Criterion.

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