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Blu-ray Review Hello, Dolly! Blu-ray Review

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Matt Hough, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. Charles Smith

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    And will you just look at that blue sky! :)
     
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    Do you happen to know if the waterwheel is still there? It is hard to tell from this pic.
     
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    We do get blue skies from time to time!
     
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    Here is an aerial view of how it looks now. I live 15 miles from Garrison and I'll take a closer look the next time I am passing by.

    Vandergelders.JPG
     
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    Was Asphalt even around in 1890?
     
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    TCM just aired an HD version of "Hello Dolly!" last night (29 July 2013). However, I'm extremely puzzled as to what I just read during the intermission. A title card was displayed, saying "enter'e acte". What the heck is that? Am I missing something here? I know the French is "entre acte" which is contracted often to "entr'acte".

    Can't they just display a black screen and avoid strangeness like this?

    I was so stunned, I had to take a picture of it on my phone.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Strange spelling - it's supposed to be 'Entr'acte' which is closest to the French. Yes the Blu-ray "Dolly" is so good I bought 2 copies. One of the best catalogue releases of the year in my book.
     
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    I think it's some form of pig latin...
     
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    I think someone had too many "peratifs" before they typed it. Or a hand full of chocolate covered peanuts.
     
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    Or snarfing down too many turkey giblets, beets and dumplings will probably do it too.
     
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