DVD Review: The Flying Scotsman – Early British Foray Into Talkies Is An Interesting Watch

It’s 82 years since it was committed to film and The Flying Scotsman (1929) finally sees a DVD release! This very early British experiment into sound cinema (it was originally a silent picture, with ...

DVD Releases: 'The Flying Scotsman'

Last year, Optimum Releasing's remastered versions of The Railway Children (1970), Breathless (1960) and Peeping Tom (1960) were released as part of their continuing efforts to preserve a vast ...

The Flying Scotsman – DVD Review

There’s debate whether Castleton Knight’s picture, The Flying Scotsman, is the first British film to include sound. It vies with Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller Blackmail for the honoured title. The BFI ...

Win The Flying Scotsman (1929) on DVD

Optimum Releasing are releasing The Flying Scotsman which has made it’s way to DVD 82 years after it was released back in 1929! It’s being released on DVD on 28th February and we’ve been given three ...