Ice Station Zebra

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  1. dany

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    Anyone heard if this will be redone and released?
     
  2. Todd Stout

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    Ice Station Zebra has already been released on DVD:

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0063121/

    I believe that the release date was 1/11/2005. I watched it about a month ago and it looks pretty good on my 46" Hitachi HDTV.
     
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    Cool,thanks.
     
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    I agree. I thought it had a quite wonderful DVD transfer.
     
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    Did they do anything with the sound?
     
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    5.1 Dolby Digital Remix.

    I watched it over a year ago, but thought the whole disc was great, and at a good price too.

    I had never seen the film, but thought it was very enjoyable, and looked great.

    Warner Bros. should again be commended for their treatment of their 65mm films, Ice Station Zebra, Ryan's Daughter, and now Grand Prix in the last 3 years alone. Along with the reissue of Ben Hur, the soon to be released Mutiny on the Bounty, and some others I'm sure I'm forgetting.
     
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    I looked on Amazon and found it{should have done that in the first place} but i didnt find was Yakuza with Robert Mitchem on DVD. It has to have some of the best fight battles i've seen yet this film is hardly talked about.
     
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    Not to mention their forthcoming 2001 reissue.
     

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