WHV Press Release: Sabrina and Funny Face

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  1. Ronald Epstein

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    Finally we get it in the US.
     
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    According to the announcement, Sabrina will be released yet again in the wrong aspect ratio.
     
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    Why do you say it is the 'wrong aspect ratio'?I've looked at posters from the original release, and there is no indication it was shown in widescreen.
     
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    Ok. I figured that there would be documentation.
    Thanks for the link
     
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    I will stand corrected and bow my head. I was under the impression that the Audrey Hepburn and John Wayne films were not part of the Warner Brothers/Paramount agreement. Since FUNNY FACE is coming out from WHV, I am very happy and glad I was wrong.
     
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    Same extras as the DVDs - I was hoping for at least something new in that department, but I guess all that can be said has been said. I'll stick to my Paramount Blu-rays of these.
     
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    Sabrina will be released at the proper 1.75/78 aspect ratio. There was apparently a typo.

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    In that case, I'll buy it. Thank you.
     
  11. Bob Furmanek

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    Wilder had initially planned SABRINA for 2.1 widescreen but settled on 1.75:1 before the start of principal photography in New York on September 28, 1953.
     
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    Good to know, thanks.
     
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    Wow, that's great! Have you had that confirmed to you? I only ask because the transfer on the Paramount French and UK discs is definitely 1.37:1, unfortunately. It would be brilliant if they've gone back and rejigged the transfer for the domestic release!
     
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    The last DVD release of Sabrina that I reviewed looked wonderful, but it was in open matte format which was a great disappointment. This will be great to have it corrected on Blu-ray.
     
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    Just received an official notification from Warner Bros.
    Please note that previously announced Sabrina announce was incorrect. The title has been re-formatted in HDSR (4:4:4) 1080p 1.78 Full Frame Video Protection.
     
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    Amazon now has back cover artwork that confirms Sabrina will be widescreen.
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    Thanks for the info, Mark!

    FINALLY, Sabrina will be presented correctly!!
     
  18. Bob Furmanek

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    That cover lists 1.85 and the correct AR is 1.75.
     
  19. Cameron Yee

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    Well, Warner always expands its 1.85 films to 1.78. I'm not sure if that holds true for the Paramount / Warner titles.
     
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    Nearly every Warner title (inclusive of the Paramounts) lists 1.85:1 on the back cover when it's technically 1.78:1 on the disc. This niggling inaccuracy is apparently never going away.
     

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