Those Redheads From Seattle
Directed by Lewis R. Foster
Those Redheads From Seattle
The Bell Sisters
Newly Restored in HD and 3-D from 2K Scans! A married woman (Agnes Moorehead) takes her four unmarried redheaded daughters (Rhonda Fleming, Teresa Brewer, Cynthia and Kay Bell of The Bell Sisters) to Alaska during the 1898 Gold Rush so they could help their father run his newspaper. All four are members of the singing sister act The Edmonds Sisters, and upon arriving in Yukon they find out their father was murdered. The four heroines get work at the saloon owned by Johnny Kisco (Gene Barry). Kathie Edmonds (Fleming) searches for her father’s murderer, who may or may not be Kisco. Hollywood veteran Lewis R. Foster directed this wonderful and colorful musical, which was the first ever 3-D musical and the first widescreen film released by Paramount Pictures.
"Those Redheads from Seattle, the first 3D musical and the first widescreen film produced at Paramount, gets a valuable face-lift for home video courtesy of the 3-D Film Archive and Kino Lorber Studio Classics. For fans of musicals, the stars, or 3D, the movie despite its fluff and artifice is good fun and well worth owning. Recommended!"
"The KL Studio Classics 3-D Blu-ray of Those Redheads from Seattle is a polished presentation of a rare film. The 3-D Film Archive has restored its original 3-D and proper aspect ratio, rescued the color beyond expectations and cleverly replicated the original 3-track stereo mix. Fear not, 2-D viewers, for the disc has a ‘view flat’ option."
Interested in bringing Those Redheads From Seattle to your school or library? If you'd like to have an in-class viewing, on-campus screening, or purchase the DVD for your library's collection, please contact Estelle Grosso at EDU@kinolorber.com or call (212) 629-6880 with your request.
Those Redheads From Seattle may also be available with Public Performance Rights (PPR) and Digital Site Licensing (DSL) for colleges and universities. To purchase the DVD with PPR or DSL, please contact Estelle Grosso at EDU@kinolorber.com or call (212) 629-6880. Click here to learn more at Kino Lorber Edu.
"Despite its age, Dead of Night still packs a wallop and sends the shivers right up your back, even almost ¾ of a c…' https://t.co/TOLAiREgD4'
RT' @TheMtnFilm': '.@Ringer' dives into Rick Alverson's process. “I’m concerned with intonation, body language, blocking. Once you begin to foc…
RT' @ringer': Rick Alverson’s movies confound and fascinate those who’ve seen them. His latest, ‘The Mountain,’ a surreal period piece about…
RT' @FunctionalNerd': My thoughts on Godard's ALPHAVILLE and its stunning Blu-ray by' @KinoLorber':' https://t.co/JEr5YbA0kE'' @nerdist'' https://t.…'
RT' @tnyfrontrow':' @FIAFNY' Word about it from when it played at Lincoln Center, not the New York Film Festival but Rendez-Vous with French Ci…
RT' @tnyfrontrow': Hats off to' @FIAFNY' for showing Coincoin and the Extra-Humans, July 20 and July 27; note that they're calling this the U.S…
RT' @FIAFNY': "A Faithful Man" is a' @nytimes' Critic's Pick! Come see this "low-key, engaging comedy" as part of FIAF:CINEMA this weekend at…
RT' @nerdist': How #Alphaville gave us Blade Runner and the Matrix:' https://t.co/NskuCh5nbE' New 4K restoration from' @KinoLorber'' https://t.co/…'
RT' @QuadCinema': "Funny [and] understated...resembles Éric Rohmer’s moral tales." – The New York Times. Louis Garrel's A FAITHFUL MAN is a' @…'
Inquiries & Press
333 W. 39th St., Ste. 503
New York, NY 10018
Tel. (800) 562-3330
Fax. (212) 714-0871
Press & Media
For publicity assistance and press inquiries please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 212-629-6880.