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Daniel Schweiger for Assignment X reviews DON JUAN

Sunday, July 15th, 2012 by Anna

Thanks to Daniel Schweiger for another glowing review of DON JUAN/ARSENIC AND OLD LACE at Assignment X webzine where pop culture marks the spot! Read the full review here…A+

New review by Roger Hall at American Music Preservation

Sunday, July 15th, 2012 by Anna

Another great review of DON JUAN/ARSENIC AND OLD LACE from Roger Hall at Best of the month June 2012!!

New Video created by Mark Ford showcasing TFC albums

Friday, May 11th, 2012 by Anna

Click here to view TFC Highlights Video

A big thank you from the TFC gang to Mark Ford for creating this video showcasing highlights from Tribute Film Classics’ albums.

Happy Birthday Max Steiner!!

Thursday, May 10th, 2012 by Anna

Max Steiner’s classic, rousing Adventures of Don Juan score
arrives complete for the very first time!
Tribute Film Classics’ new 2-CD set also includes the complete score for Arsenic and Old Lace, terrific bonus tracks and extensive liner notes in a beautiful 68-page booklet

Available exclusively from Screen Archives Entertainment. For more details, sound clips and to order please visit:


Friday, January 27th, 2012 by Anna

Hot off the presses! Announcing a new compilation CD from Tribute Film Classics available now at Screen Archives. This is a limited release offered at only $4.95!

This Highlights TFC sampler also contains tracks from the forth-coming 2CD release of ADVENTURES OF DON JUAN and ARCENIC AND OLD LACE by Max Steiner.

William Stromberg conducts The Moscow Syphony Orchestra. Music reconstruction and preparation by Anna Bonn, John Morgan and William Stromberg.


Saturday, October 23rd, 2010 by Anna

William Stromberg, Anna Bonn, John Morgan and Screen Archives Entertainment are pleased to announce that we have successfully recorded two new albums from Max Steiner and Bernard Herrmann. A complete restoration and 2-Disk set of Steiner’s ADVENTURES OF DON JUAN and ARSENIC AND OLD LACE were recorded October 2010 with the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. Also recorded was Herrmann’s THE BATTLE OF NERETVA and a suite from NAKED AND THE DEAD with many music cues that has never been previously recorded or released. The Moscow Symphony Orchestra beautifully performed these scores under the baton of William Stromberg. Both albums are planned for a release in Spring/Summer 2011.