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  1. Will Krupp

    Press Release Warner Archive Press Release: A Star is Born (1937) (Blu-ray)

    I've said it before and I'll say it until they cover me with dirt. EVERYTHING (and I mean EVERYTHING) from the late 70's until at least the late 80's, looked better on WPIX than on ANY other channel, bar none. The colors were so lush and crisp and the receptions was so crystal clear on our...
  2. Will Krupp

    Press Release Warner Archive Press Release: A Star is Born (1937) (Blu-ray)

    I used to know. I think it has something to do with the contrast that doesn't translate.
  3. Will Krupp

    Press Release Warner Archive Press Release: A Star is Born (1937) (Blu-ray)

    and also, to be fair, dye-transfer prints don't play nicely with telecines and generally make for lousy home video transfers.
  4. Will Krupp

    Press Release Warner Archive Press Release: A Star is Born (1937) (Blu-ray)

    I wasn't being serious, for heaven's sake.
  5. Will Krupp

    Press Release Warner Archive Press Release: A Star is Born (1937) (Blu-ray)

    Yes, sir! He married Eleanore King in 1949! Interestingly enough, he had been Cammie's godfather and then became her stepfather. I bet there's a story there!
  6. Will Krupp

    Press Release Warner Archive Press Release: A Star is Born (1937) (Blu-ray)

    Just as an FYI, she wasn't his widow (Dr. Kalmus lived until 1963) she was his ex-wife.
  7. Will Krupp

    Press Release Warner Archive Press Release: A Star is Born (1937) (Blu-ray)

    There were a few rarities that were all discovered together in a disused vault on the Warner lot. https://www.hometheaterforum.com/community/threads/new-restoration-of-giant-1956-to-premiere-at-the-2022-tcm-film-festival.373920/page-5#post-5053386
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