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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Andrew Budgell, Feb 8, 2018.
Nope. The 1934 version.
They released this in Europe in a beautiful steelbook. I wish we could have got that. But I'm happy it's coming out at all!
??? US$ or Canadian $, the '34 version is still ~CA$18.50 like it was when *I* posted, and the ET version is still CA$14.97 like it was when you posted. ???
As mentioned, I don't care, so don't answer to me, I just happened to notice the discrepancy when looking for other pre-code titles mentioned in the thread, and Cleopatra in various versions happened to come up, in that weird way amazon searches tend to do.
I have the Eureka Cleopatra steelbook, and yes it is nice, one of my favorite-looking steelbooks, I'm not a collector of them but this one looked nice...
A Claudette Colbert movie I am fond of but doesn't seem to be available is Tovarich from 1937. I saw it once in a revival house in the 1980s and I have never seen it come up again. Anybody know if that is with Warner Bros?
It is with Warner Brothers. Hopefully they will release it through their Archive Collection.
Has anyone reviewed this disc yet?
I don't think there's an official review yet anywhere, but to my eyes it's a stunner.
I've been on the fence regarding this one, waiting on a review. I guess it's cheap enough to just pull the trigger but alas....
Yeah, I got it from Deep Discount for $11.89 when they were having a sale. I haven't had time to watch it, but confirm it has plenty of bonus material including three segments and an audio commentary.
Blind Buy for me. Long awaited winner for Best Cinematography; with nominations for Best Production, Sound, Editing and - oddly - Best Assistant Director. Masters of Cinema had it, but its gone (except at jacked up Third-Party prices). Thank You, Universal. We all hope to see and hear more from you soon and again.
I was going to watch it last night (I just got it), I watched the bonus features but was tired. Perhaps I’ll wstch it tonight.i May be able to give an abriviated review.