It's a great month for Robert Taylor fans: on January 20 his 1935 film MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION will be released as an "extra" in Criterion's release of the Douglas Sirk remake.
Just one week later, on January 27, the beloved WATERLOO BRIDGE, costarring Vivien Leigh, comes to DVD. The film was a personal favorite of both its stars, who had costarred two years previously in A YANK AT OXFORD.
I've never seen either film and am very much looking forward to seeing them in beautiful DVD prints.
As a postscript, I recently saw a large chunk of Leigh's 1941 film THAT HAMILTON WOMAN. I can't emphasize enough how much both her beauty and acting ability impressed me, even being so familiar with her justly famous work in GWTW and A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE. I'm looking forward to catching the entire movie in the future.