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    Although one could argue that more stars can be seen from The Griffith Observatory.
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    I listened to the podcast. These are such wonderful conversations. When one considers just how thrilling the results of George Feltenstein and Warner’s efforts has consistently been it’s actually quite amazing that we’re getting even one release per month - of course I’ll always opt for more...
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    But, Thomas, you’d still buy the Andy Hardy’s with Judy if WAC released ‘em, right? More Micky, more Judy, together or separately; and that’s a Day One wrap for me.:thumbs-up-smiley:
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    Judy, Judy, Judy. By George, he’s back!!! Welcome home, again, Mr Feltenstein.:drum:
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    They oughta release The Big Circus in the same month as a tie-in with The Big Store and At the Circus.
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    I have Wings, The Big Parade and The Jazz Singer on BD. IMHO, it is really quite remarkable that these films can be so handily accessible and so beautifully presented some 90+ years after first being seen. For those without, pay no more mind nor time towards a 4K/UHD utopia. These BDs are a...
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    Thanks for pointing this out. It was a distinction not known to me. I shall have to dive into their podcasts in the near future.
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    Well, the way I see it, both WHV and WAC are one and the same. Albeit, WAC has its own distinct voice and a tenor to which I like very well. Indeed, one department provides outstandingly superb 2K discs and the other an immensely impressive track record in regard to their 4K/UHD discs. So, in...
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    I'll take them in any order WAC so chooses to deal 'em. Judy? Yes. Mickey? Yes. Judy and Mickey? Yes. Mickey and Judy? Yes. As for all of the other classics in-between, I'll continue to enjoy each and every monthly surprise.:thumbs-up-smiley:
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    Glad to see your list, glad to be agreeing with all that you have cited, and all the gladder that you won't mind which title; just as long as it's ANY nominee... Therefore, if I may impose and add, I have but one title. As a matter of fact, it's both a nominee and a winner. Indeed, my list is...
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    What we want. What we expect. What we wish for. None of these mindsets are a reality. Nonetheless, WAC has ticked each of these boxes in droves. And on top of all that, WAC’s work and end PQ results has earned its own list of superlatives that may just be longer than all of their released...
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    Appetizers.:D
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    Well, then, I will for hope for “Johnny Belinda”.:thumbs-up-smiley:
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    Still wishing for WAC to take me out to the World Series of baseball films: “The Pride of the Yankees”.
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    🎼Thank Heaven for little jokes.;)
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    Nothing has been announced or even alluded. I am merely posting a hope and request to WAC. Your recent purchase of a 12 year-old disc could hardly be qualified as something to which advantages are being taken. Be happy and enjoy, as all is good.:thumbs-up-smiley:
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    It’s still a keeper, as it’s all that we’ve got. Doubtful that something newer is near; but if it were, you wouldn’t even bat an eye over the double-dip.
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    It’s present 12 year-old greatness is paled by what was originally once seen and may now be accessible. Think of the differences between the My Fair Lady DVD versus its last incarnation on the 2015 Blu Ray, and you’ll then understand what could be possible. The tools and technology to achieve...
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    I wonder where WAC currently stands on their policy concerning previously released BD’s from so many years ago that, now, could be clearly revisited with a better transfer; or, dare I say, even a restoration. Seeking upgraded WAC transfers of: Anchors Aweigh Battle of the Bulge Gigi The Music...
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    2 from DP Robert Surtees would be desirable on BD: Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944) - Oscar Nominated King Solomon’s Mines (1950) - Oscar Winner
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    Actually, without George Feltenstein, I’m amazed that we (and they) even got as far as May. Hopefully, they will complete The Thin Man series.
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    One $ale at a time. Hey there, WAC, we’re ready for you.:cool:
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    Dana, Well, now that you’ve mentioned it, I just happen to have a very nice box of the Regius Double Corona. Please, take three, I insist. :cheers:
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    Ahhhhh, “Each Dawn I Die”. That’s better...much, much better, indeed. Thank you, Andrew.:) Tell ya what. You work on Ryan’s Daughter, and I’ll work on Raintree County; then no one will be the wiser.:thumbs-up-smiley:
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    Quick, Andrew, quick. Make another announcement. This place has suddenly turned into a monastery.:D
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    1:57 PM: WAC Announcement Day always makes me feel like an expectant father who is pacing outside of the maternity ward; knowing full well that sextuplets (or more) are well on their way.:oops:
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    What? No BD love upon this thread for Warner’s only remaining property from the late-great David Lean and Freddie Young? But, then again, WAC has recently given us a couple of other Robert Mitchum titles with “Crossfire”, “Holiday Affair”, and even further back with ”Out of the Past”...
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    My knowledge of Doris Day films would be categorized as moderate. Undoubtedly, though, WAC has made it possible for me to take it further; beginning with their excellent BD release of “Love Me or Leave Me”. My leanings from your original list of 7-8 would be towards Please Don’t Eat the...
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    Ah, yes, but which Doris Day title would you choose if only one more were to become available?
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    A BD release of either National Velvet or Raintree County would seem for many to be Taylor-made.;)
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