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Lois & Clark (1993-1997), now out on Blu. Anyone else notice this? (1 Viewer)

Kyrsten Brad

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While perusing blu-ray-com, found on this page in the Superman Motion Picture Anthology Thread. Apparently the Lois & Clark TV series from the 1990s has been released on Blu. Not sure yet exactly where (here or overseas) but these pics were posted over there:

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Don't know all the details yet on the quality of the transfers but I wonder if anyone else has seen this and maybe provide some more informaiton. The blu-ray.com info is a bit spotty.


I do have the entire 4 season of Lois & Clark on DVD. Wondering now how good a upgrade this Blu release would be and if its worth replacing my DVD set.
 

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Nothing official about these Lois & Clark "BDs". DVD quality transferred to BD.

Found this post online regarding them from the bootleggers responsible.
 

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Ferdinand Hudson said:
Nothing official about these Lois & Clark "BDs". DVD quality transferred to BD.

Found this post online regarding them from the bootleggers responsible.
If they are bootlegs (and they certainly look to be), I'm definitely NOT interested.


Doesn't look like any sizable increase in PQ over the LEGAL DVD sets.
 

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If that's what they're doing, you might as well make your own Blu-rays that way and save money.
 

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Lois and Clark is another casualty of the US foolhardy move in the 90's to completing post production on tape as with things like Star Trek TNG , The X-Files etc


Major work needed before genuine HD versions would be available.
 

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