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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (4k Remastered Blu-ray) Single Available for Preorder

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#41 of 49 OFFLINE   JeffT.

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Posted November 26 2014 - 08:08 AM

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This is a very active forum!  Discussion threads are bumped out of queue in no time.

 

Could a fellow forum member kindly clarify if this single blu-ray edition being discussed is the selfsame one to be found in the recently released THE MAN WITH NO NAME TRILOGY 3 disc blu-ray set?

 

From the sound of things it has the genuine monaural track restored.

 

http://www.youtube.c...h?v=zPVH7rxl6So

 

Thank you.

 

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#42 of 49 OFFLINE   Jeffrey Nelson

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Posted November 26 2014 - 01:31 PM

Word has it that the fixed version is also now being included in the new trilogy set.

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Posted November 26 2014 - 02:43 PM

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Great! Then I have it. I thought that there was nothing out-of-the-ordinary on the soundtrack with embellished gunfire, explosions and the like.

Still it would have been nice to have had the original 1966 U.S. theatrical release included as well.

Thank you!

 

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Posted November 29 2014 - 04:00 PM

Any news on the next release of the films?



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Posted November 29 2014 - 07:54 PM

If a "fixed" version is now being released as part of the trilogy set then does anybody know if there is a replacement program for those of us who have already bought the set?

 

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Posted December 03 2014 - 03:49 PM

Trying to sift through all of the information, figured I'd see what the fine folks here could verify ;). I've been doing a bit of research about which Leone releases to buy on Blu-ray, and I'm still hazy on some details. What I've basically gleaned is this: for GBU, Fox have finally fixed the foul-up with the mono on the new single release (While it shouldn't have happened in the first place, kudos to them for doing so!), so outside of the controversy about the color, it sounds like a safe bet since apparently no one thinks to ever restore the theatrical cut. Though the omission of the Italian audio is immensely annoying. For FOD, there was a 4K restoration which premiered at Cannes this year for the 50th anniversary, which may find its way to video at some point (It apparently "depressed" Quentin Tarantino since it wasn't 35mm Roll Eyes.) In the interim period, it sounds like the US releases are foul-up downmixes and my best bet is either the German or Italian release (Apparently one has lossless audio, the other doesn't.). For AFDM, it sounds like the German release is the best at present, maybe it'll get a restoration someday. The odd man out is DYS. Is the US release a downmix too? I've heard conflicting things. If it is, what's my best bet? Is the Italian release the proper mono, if it even included the English track? I guess I'm fine with the US release of OUATITW, I understand that actually wasn't messed up. I would like all of the extras too, those Frayling commentaries are gold, but could just get the anthology boxed set for those, probably used, for a pittance. Thanks to any answers.

Good Lord, that Anthology DVD box is officer even used! WTF?

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Posted December 04 2014 - 12:29 AM

Wrong thread.

 

Trying to sift through all of the information, figured I'd see what the fine folks here could verify ;). I've been doing a bit of research about which Leone releases to buy on Blu-ray, and I'm still hazy on some details. What I've basically gleaned is this: for GBU, Fox have finally fixed the foul-up with the mono on the new single release...

 

Try here:

http://www.hometheat...blu-ray-thread/


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Posted December 04 2014 - 05:46 AM

at Walmart yesterday I saw the trilogy on the rack for $14.99.


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Posted December 04 2014 - 05:22 PM

at Walmart yesterday I saw the trilogy on the rack for $14.99.


Price lowered to move copies. The new set will be out in the spring??

Kidding... Or am I??





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