There's another reason for hesitating to purchase. I can't believe Matt didn't mention this in his review. It drives me nuts. The Kino reissue doesn't have an Index, there isn't a Chapter menu, and, indeed, the 20 chapters, with individual chapters for each number, found on the Universal DVD...
This is good news to me; I'm a Belmondo and Delain fan. Yet I'll wait for a domestic release price. On the subject of those two guys, does anyone think there'll ever be a Blu of Borsalino? It's at the top of my much-desired list, along with Los Torantos.
It doesn't matter in which dramatic context "Boys and Girls Like you and Me" was tried. I agree with Nick*Z--it's a weak song. I cannot fathom why Rodgers and Hammerstein kept plugging for its use. It's just a boring song.
I had no idea such vagaries existed at Amazon. I ordered "Damn Yankees" on March 13, and received it three days later.
Sorry so many people had/are having delays. Perhaps you'll appreciate it all the more when you finally get it.
Ripping discs? I learned the hard way. If it's a CD that's important to you, save it after ripping. Put it in dead storage, perhaps. But anything computer dependent is liable to crash, melt down, malfunction, etc. And then you'll be so glad to have the CD.
It's disappointing that two of Shirley Temple's dullest movies are being considered for Blu-ray. A lesson in How Not to Sell Product. Why not Captain January, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, or even Stand Up and Cheer--all would be preferable to the clinkers being nominated.