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A few words about...™ The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) -- in Blu-ray

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#21 of 22 AnthonyClarke

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Posted December 30 2013 - 10:37 PM

What a great night's viewing! I think the first version of 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' is far superior to the remake.

I have both too and am very happy with the quality on each. I'm used to a bit of 'flicker' on just about all my vintage B & W movies and am happy just to have them so wonderfully preserved. The quality of "M' in the German transfer RH wrote so positively about recently is absolutely astonishing - I just hope we one day see a copy of 'The Threepenny Opera' in similar quality.


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#22 of 22 Osato

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Posted January 01 2014 - 05:15 PM

What a great night's viewing! I think the first version of 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' is far superior to the remake.

I have both too and am very happy with the quality on each. I'm used to a bit of 'flicker' on just about all my vintage B & W movies and am happy just to have them so wonderfully preserved. The quality of "M' in the German transfer RH wrote so positively about recently is absolutely astonishing - I just hope we one day see a copy of 'The Threepenny Opera' in similar quality.

Thanks for the post. So the flickering is not something that can or would be corrected?

 

I agree both films looked amazing!







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