Magenta Faded 70mm Print (Found at thedigitalbits.com article: "The Alamo Under Siege")
1992 Director's Cut VHS/LDs
2021 ESC Editions Bonus BD (Same master as the 1992 VHS/LDs):
2021 Koch Media Bonus BD (720p AI Upscaled):
You would need both Koch and ESC in order to get all the extras available for now.
But if you want the best presentation (for now) Koch Media BD is the way to go.
I also watched the film with a 2.0 Stereo track, (ESC Editions BD of the GRV) but it seems to be a downmix of the 5.1 track.
Here is my 20 Films I'd like to see announced/released in 4K UHD BD in two parts, If you might want to compare notes:
#1 Films that have been released to Digital (Amazon Prime/iTunes) or Streaming (Disney+) in 4K but not released in UHD BD: *
Bond 60 [Box set of the to commemorate 60th...
I have been told by Kino via FB Messenger (at the time when they made a new deal with MGM), that they are not interested in licensing "The Alamo". It's anybody's guess when this film is going to be released on BD in the states. @RICK BOND
Here is my take on how this film should have been...
Let me fill in the blanks... :)
See the attached files containing breakdown lists of large format films (and their availability on Home Video) by present, partially defunct and past major film studios, including Cinerama Releasing Corp., by foundation date (1929-1999).
My definition: "True...
Any proof of this? Because the Blu-ray from 2010 of "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" (1968) was presented in 2.20:1 not 2.35:1. I'd like to hear, if possible, from @haineshisway or @Robert Harris to clarify if the BD transfer was from a 65mm OCN/IP/dupe/sep master or from a 35mm reduction IP or dupe...
Yeah, except for the fact that we don't see the Todd-AO credit in the main titles. ;-) (70mm showings had them in, while the 35mm versions/Home Videos/Amazon Prime including the 1992 DC VHS/LDs don't, IIRC)