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Is it a points system or just money back on a credit card? Because I buy many Discs from Amazon.

It's an Amazon Prime Rewards credit card issued by Chase. Every purchase at Amazon gets you 5% bonus points which can be spent at Amazon. I currently have 2,290 points which translates to $22.90.
 

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I've been waiting years for this. Even longer for The Three Musketeers from 1948. When will that ever see a restoration?
This title would pair well with either the 1921 Douglas Fairbanks remastered film or maybe go for 1952s At Swords Point with Maureen O'Hara and Cornel Wilde as a double BRD?
 

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This title would pair well with either the 1921 Douglas Fairbanks remastered film or maybe go for 1952s At Swords Point with Maureen O'Hara and Cornel Wilde as a double BRD?
Ivanhoe is yet another triumph for Warner Archive!! A superlative restoration. Had Elizabeth Taylor ever looked more beautiful. She even outshines Joan Fontaine, herself one of Hollywood’s great beauties. A wonderful and entertaining film and a disc to treasure.
 

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Ivanhoe is yet another triumph for Warner Archive!! A superlative restoration. Had Elizabeth Taylor ever looked more beautiful. She even outshines Joan Fontaine, herself one of Hollywood’s great beauties. A wonderful and entertaining film and a disc to treasure.
I would say its a toss up between this one and A Place in the Sun for Elizabeth Taylor. She's Jaw dropping in both.
 

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In the last few years it seems like the picture quality of Warner Archive blu-rays from three-strip Technicolor negatives has gone from really good to great. For instance, RAH gave a pq score in 2016 of 4.5 for She Wore a Yellow a Yellow Ribbon, and in 2015 a pq score 4.25 for Dodge City. My eyes agree with these ratings—really good, but not quite great....



But for the last few years the 3-strip Technicolor releases from Warner Archive have been jaw dropping. It seems like their process for these films has somehow had a significant upgrade. I think there must be a lot of care, artistry, and technological wizardry going on behind the scenes.
It's Christmas and maybe next year Warner might treat us to ANOTHER TECHNICOLOR M-G-M classic - the long overlooked "old fashioned" "Christmas" classic BLOSSOMS IN THE DUST - nominated Best Film & Greer Garson Best Actress - badly in need of an upgrade. The film was bundled with 3 other less than important Christmas themed movies some years back and has obviously not been regarded by Warners as having strong sales potential....
 

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