"Sunrise" promotion still available?

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  1. BrianRi

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    Can anyone tell me if Fox still offers "Sunrise" with the purchase of three of their "Studio Classics"? If so, what is the procedure once I get the three dvds, and how long does it take to receive "Sunrise"? Thanks.
     
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    The Fox promotion ended January 31, 2004. As linked above, the Studio Classics Best Picture Collection set is currently the only way to purchase a retail copy of Sunrise in Region 1.

    In the UK, Eureka has released Sunrise in its Masters of Cinema line (it's Region 2 NTSC, so there is no PAL speedup). A comparison is available at DVD Beaver, but it has pretty much the same content--with the exception of a 40-page booklet included with the Eureka MoC disc.

    If you live in the US or Canada, given the unfavorable exchange rates, it would still be cheaper to buy the 4-disc R1 set than the Eureka R2.
     
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    Very reasonable deal. I've already got All About Eve and have no interest in Gentelman's Agreement or How Green Was My Valley, but I could probably sell all three for about $5 apiece and just about break even, having acquired Sunrise at the end of the day. Not bad.
     
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    Sunrise itself is worth the $22.00 at DDD. The other three films are free.
     

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