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Press Release Criterion Press Release: Dance, Girl, Dance (1940) (Blu-ray)

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Feb 14, 2020.

  1. Robert Harris

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    Warner Archive’s DVD of Five Came Back, is a quality release. Not sure if Blu is necessary.
     
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    And now that cover of The Great Escape! Steve McQueen coming out of a sewer?They must do it to tick off collectors.
     
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    I disagree with you as I think "The Great Escape" new cover art is beautiful.
     
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    Well we all have our preferences.
    To me McQueen looks like he's playing hide and seek.
    I think the Intrada soundtrack and the 2 disc DVD special edition were very handsome packages for collectors.
     
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    "Dance Girl Dance" came out as a Warner DVD with extras quite some years ago. I, also, am surprised that it's being released by Criterion. It's a delightful little programmer, but nothing more. Nevertheless, if it's from original elements it should look pretty good on Blu-ray.
     
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    A programmer directed by the only woman working as a director in Hollywood then - that's the hook for Criterion to consider it culturally, historically significant. But I agree with you. I never found the movie all that engaging beyond a disposable night at the movies.
     
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