I was twice taken to AtWiED during my childhood at our neighborhood theater, circa late 1960’s.Sorry, but what was released is akin to a Xerox copy of an illuminated manuscript. Wrong version of the film, meant for non-roadshow, 35mm venues. Same story, same cast, different production, and Not the award winner.
The Negative of the version that people may be familiar with today, did not exist until May of 1957, and for which prints were not produced until June.
I’m not certain about showcasing.I was twice taken to AtWiED during my childhood at our neighborhood theater, circa late 1960’s.
I never knew this about the 35mm print; which now means that I’ve never truly seen AtWiED, after all.
With the Todd-Ao version clearly in need of some major TLC, this presentation must ultimately be showcased, all over again.
Answers such as this serve only to remind us all to never take for granted those precious films that have found their fortune in being saved. And since this thread is about 4 Hitchcock films that have been preserved, restored and even graduated to the 4K/UHD format, I send to you my thanks and gratitude for your masterful work on “Rear Window” and “Vertigo”.
Nothing but the best for a disc with “folded-down” sound.I received my replacement discs today via FedEx. I haven't sampled the discs yet but I was a bit upset to find that both the UHD and Blu Ray discs were simply thrown loose together inside an oversized brown paper envelope with absolutely no protection...both discs are riddled with scratches.
Mine’s coming tomorrow and it says direct signature required. I believe during the pandemic drivers are allowed to sign for you if you leave a note. Mine does.Did anyone have fo sign for their FED ex envelope with loose discs?! I got a message from FED EX mine should deliver Mon. Says Direct Signature required like wtf.
This is a mess from other forums sounds like the 4K Audio is the same fold down mono audio with the added sound effects.