BREAKING NEWS: Warner Archive Collection Announces First Blu-Ray Releases

AnthonyClarke

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One would assume it could be deemed that legal purchase is made in the USA even if the buyer then requests it be shipped to Australia, as in my case ... but that doesn't seem the way Warners views it ......
Of course, I don't know the full legalities here but this seems the commonsense view...
 

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The opening of the floodgates of catalog titles has yet to happen, although I am waiting on that day. The thing is, there streaming has titles that I would like to see get a proper 1080p treatment and released, either via the archive, or a proper release.

I do have one question though, for those who picked up the initial releases, were those pressed disc released via the WA?

I ordered Greystoke almost a month ago, and it still hasn’t showed up.
 

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dana martin said:
The opening of the floodgates of catalog titles has yet to happen, although I am waiting on that day. The thing is, there streaming has titles that I would like to see get a proper 1080p treatment and released, either via the archive, or a proper release.

I do have one question though, for those who picked up the initial releases, were those pressed disc released via the WA?

I ordered Greystoke almost a month ago, and it still hasn’t showed up.
I believe up to this point, all of the Warner Archive BDs have been pressed.
 

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