I realize that those three films were originally MGM and Paramount, but I'm saying that the idea that WB will not release anything unless it is super-nice-looking and majorly stunning is just not the case. They've already released older films in less than optimum quality.
| I'm a manager in the automotive industry, my company has certain quality standards that we won't compromise on. Whether that effects our bottom line or not is not the question at the moment because it's still the quality standards we decided to live by in order to produce the best product we can supply to our customers. I'm willing to bet that the same uncompromising position that my company applies to our products is the same position that Warner Home Video adheres to. If you can't produce a dvd that doesn't measure up to your quality standards then you're not going to produce it at all. That's just the way it is and nothing any of us can say on that subject matter is going to change Warner's company policy on quality control and licensing out their assets to other companies. |
I really don't know what else I can say to you on this matter.