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  1. jayembee

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

    I remember that, unfortunately. The best colorization I've ever seen was Disney's colorization of the first season of Zorro, which they'd done in the late 90s or thereabouts for a run on The Disney Channel. I also have a French DVD release of that colorized Season 1. While I'm normally very...
  2. jayembee

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

    https://www.kinolorber.com/product/a-star-is-born-blu-ray You might want to consider getting the Selznick boxed set: https://www.kinolorber.com/product/the-david-o-selznick-collection-blu-ray-box-blu-ray
  3. jayembee

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

    I think the rooster was typical of Pathé releases. Even the current (French) Pathé logo uses a rooster image. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Path%C3%A9#/media/File:Pathe_logo.svg But, yes, the rooster standing on the globe is a stitch.
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    Press Release Warner Archive Press Release: A Star is Born (1937) (Blu-ray)

    Ah. Of course. I should've thought of that. It's odd that it then fell into P.D.
  5. jayembee

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

    I'm curious about how that happened to be. I know that this film has been in the Public Domain, but that doesn't explain why the OCN was available to Warner (and wasn't to Kino, who released it back in 2012). It's not like the film was originally distributed by them and they happened to have the...
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