Problem with Indiana Jones....

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Jeff*S*C*, Dec 25, 2003.

  1. Jeff*S*C*

    Jeff*S*C* Second Unit

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    Sorry If this has been brought up but a search found nothing. Ok I'm watching the beginning of Raiders that I got for X-Mas and at the part where Indy and Alfred Molina (sorry, don't know the characters name) enter the tunnel, the image gets all shaky and blurry but then looks normal again right when they go over the gap with whip. Has anyone else had this problem?
     
  2. Jeff D Han

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    I played all three discs of this set (widescreen version)
    on my Panasonic DVD-CP67 with no problems.

    You did make sure that there were no smudges or
    fingerprints on the discs, right?

    If you want to do some searching on this title, you
    might want to check out www.dvdfile.com and look
    under the "glitch exhaust" topic in the message boards.

    Good luck. [​IMG]
     
  3. Richard Kim

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    Accoriding to the Indy DVD thread awhile back, the blurry, out of focus shot has been in every version of Raiders. It's not a DVD defect.
     
  4. Jeff*S*C*

    Jeff*S*C* Second Unit

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    And it's the exact shot I'm talking about? I tried to read all the past threads for this and didn't see it mentioned. It's just weird that there's no mention of it in any of the reviews I can find. Oh well, I gotta exchange some things this weekend anyways so I'll just add this one to the list.
     
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    Exchanging the disc won't solve anything. As has been mentioned, that's the way the scene was filmed and always has been there. I saw it theatrically in MAY and that scene was still blurry and shaky. Blame Spielberg and his DP for not paying closer attention.[​IMG]
     

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