Rodgers & Hammerstein Collection vs. individual titles

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  1. David Grove

    David Grove Stunt Coordinator

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    Does anyone know whether the Rodgers & Hammerstein Collection contains any material not in the individual DVD products?

    I'm thinking of the Warner Legend Collection, with the extra "bonus" material, and wondering if the R&H Collection has any similar extra goodies.

    Thank you.

    DG
     
  2. DeeF

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    No goodies.

    There is a separate documentary which can be purchased, "The Sound Of Movies," which has some fun things, notably, screen tests/auditions for actors in The Sound of Music. But then, these can also be found on the Sound of Music two-disk set.
     
  3. David Grove

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    Thank you.

    Speaking of the 2-disc SOM... I'm a little confused. There is a new 2-disc release of SOM. THere is also an old 2-disc SOM. And, between the two releases, there is a single disc version. I don't have any of them, but it looks like the old 2-disc release is identical to the new 2-disc release. That is, exactly the same sequence of bits. Is that really so? If it is, why would they do that?

    Scratching head.,
    DG
     
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    The new 2-disk SOM is precisely the same, except the package, which is an improvement over the old double amray.
     
  5. Dan Rudolph

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    How is a digipak an improvement over a double amaray?
     

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