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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Bob Furmanek, Oct 5, 2017.
Almost 20,000 signatures but no response from LG.
Of course not. We’re you expecting one?
Very nice read and the talk about the use of back projection takes me back to working at Pinewood Studios over four decades ago where the back projection machines always fascinated me all lined up in a row.
Needless to say the mention of Fernando and this particular film has once again sent my wife into orbit being a fan of the great actor of on screen charm. The screen shots and all the information posted here are a wonderful insight what we have yet to come.
Well done to all involved.
Got my shipping notice today from Best Buy.
Going on vacation this weekend so I won't be able to watch it for at least a week.
So Best Buy has an earlier release date on this? 9/25/18 versus 10/16/18? I might have to divert money from Amazon to Best Buy!
Must be. I noticed the actual release date was different than my pre-order, so I wasn't sure when it would actually arrive, but they claim it's on its way.
"This is a beautiful image and the effective 3-D presentation is terrific. Vintage 3-D fans have a lot to be excited about with this release."
Matthew Hartman reviews SANGAREE at High-Def Digest: https://bluray.highdefdigest.com/52205/sangaree3d.html
I have my copy and will be showing it on my big projector screen this Saturday with friends. Really looking forward to it. Bring on Jivaro!
Got mine yesterday from BB.
Isn't it great we can relive these 50's 3D films in the 21st century also on a projected image, pretty amazing to actually view these classic rarity's looking better than they ever did in the first place.
It is literally a dream come true. I never thought I'd get to see most of the ones I now own and can watch any time I want.
William Pine and William Thomas - The "Dollar Bills" - were known for their action pictures and SANGAREE is no exception.
On Friday, February 13, 1953, extra James Cornell was "painfully burned" when a flaming log jumped out-of-control during a brutal fight scene.
That shot can be seen in the film at 45:39.
"Help the Realism Along" - Documented for the first time anywhere, the true story of Weegee's infrared photographs and their connection to SANGAREE!
Fascinating read and the pictures really are wonderful to see. The fire press cutting was a surprise and Mr Cornell was a lucky man with such a accident around fire.
He certainly was. That's one of the most frightening scenes in any film!
Absolutely agree! The "Dollar Bills" had a knack for getting the most out of their resources, and the results offer a wide variety of entertainment, even within the same picture. Frugal? For sure, but wonderful showmen in the classic Hollywood vein.
Sort of a little off topic but I was delighted to see the original sheet music for this title included the chord frames for the Ukulele