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    I am new to the board and very happy to be here! Does anyone else here on the board love the scores from the later Universal International films like myself? Henry Mancini cut his teeth on “Lost in Alaska,” but I love “Keystone Kops” “Mummy” and “Go to Mars” as well. Of course I know that the Holy Grail would be the score to “Meet Frankenstein.” There was talk at one point that Stromberg would re-conduct for a CD release. Wow, if it all were as good as that suite that is on YouTube I think it would be a big seller! Does anyone know if any progress has been made or gotten us fans any closer to a CD release?

    Joe N
    Joe N

    There was talk about it a few years back but who knows? A lot of things in the works never came to be. Scott Essmann was working on an animated movie called Abbott and Costello Meet the Monsters. Sciara and Palmer even did a voice test for it. But that was at the turn of the century. It stayed alive for a couple of years and then it just disappeared….Too bad.

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