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You Can't Take It With You DVD

Discussion in 'DVD' started by -, Apr 20, 2010.

  1. Guest

    Does the screen go black at 1:57:11 on all copies or do I have a glitch?
     
  2. Eric Peterson

    Eric Peterson Well-Known Member

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    Do yo have the stand-alone disc or the disc from the Frank Capra box?
     
  3. jdee28

    jdee28 Well-Known Member

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    The disc from the Frank Capra box is a much better transfer and there are no drop outs like in the original stand alone disc Columbia released in 2003.
     
  4. Guest

    Stand alone. So its not a glitch then?
     
  5. Eric Peterson

    Eric Peterson Well-Known Member

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    I don't have my stand-alone disc anymore, but I can check the disc from Capra set tonight.
     
  6. mdnitoil

    mdnitoil Well-Known Member

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    I have both versions so I finally got around to checking. The standalone does indeed have some sort of black screen dropout around that timestamp. The Capra collection version does not. Now having done the quickie A/B comparison, the print difference between the two versions is night and day. The Capra collection beats the crap out of the standalone.
     
  7. GMpasqua

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    How about the version in the "Columbia Pictures" Best Pictures Box Set? which version or is it a new one?
     

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