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4-Jan-2007 - 40 Years after the first theatrical release Digitmovies presents for the first time on CD the original and complete orchestral score (in full stereo) composed and conducted by Bruno Nicolai for The Christmas That Almost Wasn’t (Italian title: “Il Natale che quasi non fu”), a Christmas comedy from 1966 directed by and starring Rossano Brazzi, presented in America by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Since it is a story about an evil-minded who wants to destroy the most beautiful feast of the year by kidnapping no other than Santa Claus and his lovely wife, Mrs.Santa,  the movie can be considered as a historical precursor of The Grinch. The stereo mastertapes were found in perfect condition in the archives of Edipan.
Digitmovies continues its musical celebration of Mario Bava, the Master of Fantastic Cinema, by releasing for the first time the complete original motion picture score by Armando Trovajoli for the movie Ercole Al Centro Della Terra (aka "Hercules in the haunted world"), directed by Bava in 1961. This fifth volume in the Mario Bava Soundtrack Anthology series is made possible thanks to the close collaboration with C.A.M. in whose archives the monoaural mastertapes of the original session, complete and in very good condition, has survived four decades.
Digitmovies continues the musical voyage of exploring the original soundtracks written for movies starring the mythical Bud Spencer and Terrence Hill with a special edition CD of Ennio Morricone’s soundtrack for Occhio Alla Penna from 1981. The original 1981 session mastertapes considered to be lost for 20 years, but suddenly the original stereo session mastertapes were found in a very good condition. And the musical voyage dedicated to Bud & Terence will be continued …
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