I played my 06-15-10 BD release without any issues. I then played 06-11-13 UK BD release without any issues either. I'm now in the middle of watching the documentary "Curse of the Dragon". I forgot that Steve McQueen and James Coburn were pallbearers at his funeral in Seattle.Holy thread revival Batman! Just bringing this up because my ETD BD has died. I'm fearing the old "DVD rot" syndrome, because I've only played it a couple of times, but with the ESPN doc on Bruce Lee coming up I thought I'd give it a spin. Both my Oppo 203 and my Sony X800 players "do not recognize" the disc now. The Sony postulated "this disc may not be finalized" which I've never seen before.
Just fired off an email to WB, let's see if they are willing to help me out. Visually it looks to be in near-perfect condition, so it's not scratched, scuffed, or otherwise physically damaged in any way.
Hell, I didn't even realize there was a 2007 BD release. I bought the 40th Anniversary version during an Amazon UK sale as I acquired it more than six months after it's release in 2013.To be fair, I just looked at my cover. This is the 2007 version. Not that it’s an excuse, I would hope discs last longer than 13 years. But that was not long after the release of blu ray so maybe the pressing plants didn’t have their QC totally ironed out.
I’m tempted to spring for the 40th anniversary version but that’s like $50 right now.