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Notorious (1946) and Spellbound??

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by AlexNH, Feb 25, 2018.

  1. TravisR

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    If you care about the special features, a Criterion release for Spellbound & Notorious probably will not carry over most of the special features from the MGM discs. Criterion's Rebecca disc didn't so I think I'm safe in assuming it won't happen for the other two either.
     
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    Yes, but hold on to the MGM's long enough to check the supplements. NOTORIOUS and SPELLBOUND were actually great discs, and loaded with bonus features, some of which might not turn up on any future releases.
     
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    Exactly, I’m keeping the MGM 3 disc set until I see what the special features are on the next Notorious and Spellbound
     
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    Good points. If you're a fan of Hitch and special features: The Criterion Rebecca disc has a good deal of supplemental material, however, none of the MGM bonus material is ported over (including a commentary by Richard Schickel). This means the other two discs will likely not see their materials on the Criterion disc (if it happens).
     
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