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  1. MatthewA

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit coming to 4K disc.

    Compared to the films in my signature, it got off easy.
  2. MatthewA

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit coming to 4K disc.

    Especially since a lot of the animation was actually done in London!
  3. MatthewA

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit coming to 4K disc.

    Robert Zemeckis signed off on none of the post-hoc changes to Who Framed Roger Rabbit made by the studio. Eisner's phone number was one thing since that actually put his privacy at risk, but who's to say that phone number is even still his or active at all?
  4. MatthewA

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit coming to 4K disc.

    Friedkin also applied that bluish color tint to the Paramount DVD and Kino Lorber Blu-ray of The Boys in the Band. Nobody did anything about it because the movie had been out of print since the 1980s and because the cinematographer, Arthur J. Ornitz, had been dead since then. All of which has...
  5. MatthewA

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit coming to 4K disc.

    Spielberg undid the E.T. revisions for post-2002 reissues.
  6. MatthewA

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit coming to 4K disc.

    It has everything but Eisner's home phone number. That must have been the first thing they caught since that is in no home video version.
  7. MatthewA

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit coming to 4K disc.

    That would not necessarily even be good enough for a Blu-ray, never mind a UHD disc, but it proves that an unaltered film element exists.
  8. MatthewA

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit coming to 4K disc.

    Song of the South characters actually make cameos in this film, most notably the three moles who accompanied Uncle Remus on "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah." They appear with Peter Pig, who didn't make it as big as his more famous avian co-star in 1934's The Wise Little Hen who appeared earlier in the film...
  9. MatthewA

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit coming to 4K disc.

    That never stopped them before.
  10. MatthewA

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit coming to 4K disc.

    Sweet. Now let's see its predecessors follow.
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