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I have a question regarding the various studios' MOD movie services...

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#1 of 2 John Kilduff

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Posted August 23 2011 - 05:09 PM

Is the material from these companies all region or Region 1 only? When a lot of Warner/MGM/Sony/etc. titles were still on the bootleg market, the DVDs were multi-region. Now that they've been released officially, has that been changed? Some of the Warner Arcive titles look appealing, and the MGM library has a lot of good material as well, so this question is being asked on not only an American, but an international level. Sincerely, John Kilduff... I should really get that official copy of "URGH! A Music War". I only wish it could've been released back when DVDs were hot items.
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#2 of 2 classicmovieguy



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Posted August 23 2011 - 05:14 PM

I can only speak for the Warner Archive stuff. So far each disc I've bought is region-free (most all of the Warners pressed discs are region-free too). I'd imagine it's harder to region-lock a MOD disc anyway...

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