LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / August 31, 2021 / Cinedigm, the leading independent streaming entertainment company serving passionate fan bases, today announced that The movie detective, the restoration and distribution company for classic films, will offer a selection of classic films adapted from literature and theater in honor of the start of the school year.
Throughout September, classic works by Charles Dickens, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Ernest Hemingway and many more will return to screen with film adaptations of works like Oliver twist (1933) and A farewell to arms (1932). The scarlet letter (1934) will be featured, alongside filmmaker Sam Sherman’s stunning Salem City portrait with narration by Hollywood icon John Carradine, Salem and the Scarlet Letter (2020) September 1. Classics from the stage will also join the September program, including the musical review adaptation starring Eartha Kitt and written by Mel Brooks, New faces (1954).
Hot rods and young rebels will take over from The Film Detective for a Juvenile Jungle Weekend, September 17-19, featuring adrenaline-pumping stories like Girl Gang (1954), Hot girl (1956), and Caesar High School (1960).
New to The Film Detective in September include a Made in america Labor Day Marathon on Monday September 6, featuring short films from the Uncrowned King of Educational and Industrial Cinema, Jam at your fingertips. The satirical short film by Ballyhoo Movies, Convenient jam to the rescue! (2011), exploring the life and career of Jam Handy. Serial Sunday in September presents the new 12-chapter series with Bruce Bennett, The New Adventures of Tarzan (1935), Sam Sherman’s archival classics. Season 1 of I married Jeanne (1952-1955) will join The Film Detective’s weekday TV lineup, starring Joan Davis and Jim Backus, also known as Thurston Howell III in the hit series Gilligan Island (1964-1967). Dozens of episodes of the charming short musical program Les Paul & Mary Ford at home (1952-1954) will also be available from September.
Coming to The Film Detective western channel, The Lone Star channel, in September will be episodes of Scott Brady’s mystery western, Shotgun (1959-1961), and a collection of cinematographic novelties, such as Vengeance Valley (1944), with Buster Crabbe and Glenn Strange.
Ahead of The Film Detective’s annual event 31 days of horror, over a dozen classic horror titles will air on The Film Detective Live Channel, including Lionel Atwill and George Zucco Fog Island (1945) and the Italian horror film by Joseph Cotten and Rosalba Neri from 1971, Lady Frankenstein.
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About The Film Detective:
The Film Detective is a leading distributor of restored classic programming, including feature films, television, foreign imports, and documentaries, and is a division of Cinedigm. Launched in 2014, The Film Detective has distributed its vast library of over 3,000 hours of movies on DVD and Blu-ray and through major broadcast and streaming platforms including TCM, NBC, EPIX, Amazon, MeTV, PBS, etc. The Film Detective has released its classic movie app to the web, Android, iOS, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Apple TV and is available live with a 24/7 channel on Sling, STIRR, Plex, Local Now, Rakuten TV and DistroTV. For more information, visit www.TheFilmDetective.com.
For more than twenty years, Cinedigm has led the digital transformation of the entertainment industry. Today, Cinedigm entertains hundreds of millions of consumers around the world by providing premium content, streaming channels and technology services to the world’s largest media, technology and retail companies.
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