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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by atfree, Aug 3, 2018.
Okay! Now you're talking! Frankly, I find the film a bit of a slog to get through but any June Allyson on blu ray gets my dollars no matter what! I'm assuming it will be in the correct wide screen ratio rather than all previous 1.37 Academy ratio.
Specs say 1:85:1
This has been a long time coming. Finally! I like the cover, as well. Good use of the original artwork.
Might well be interested in this one.
Working from memory, I believe most home video versions domestically were lightly edited - I was sort of surprised when I learned that, found it to be true when I ran the Universal DVD against an off-air recording. (Information included a thread on this forum.)
Do hope the forthcoming release is uncut (original theatrical release); running time quoted seems to favor that thought (116 min versus Uni's 113 or so).
My German Blu ray has the widescreen version as a special feature. And it's in pretty good shape. So I'm content with what I've got. Unless there's a dramatic audio improvement, that is....
Awesome!! Now, how about THE BENNY GOODMAN STORY?
Finally! I didn't buy the German Blu because I read that the widescreen version was mono. Glad I waited for a proper release.
There is a decent German Blu-ray of The Benny Goodman Story, though it is region locked.
Unfortunately/ fortunately, I'm Region-A locked
Shouldn't be the original AR in 2.00:1?
It should be, I wonder if the stereo tracks survived
Looking forward to this one. I assume we'll have a pre-order link soon.
Excellent news! Looking forward to this one as well.
You can pre order from Shout using the limk above....and get it 2 weeks before stret date.
Yes!! More Anthony Mann on blu-ray!!!
Wow! This comes as a surprise (at least to me)!
The Glen Miller Story, The Al Jolson Story, The Buddy Holly Story, The Benny Goodman Story, The Story of Louis Pasteur, The Greatest Story Ever Told- too many stories!
So it shouldn't be 1:85:1?
Technically, no. See Bob Furmanek’s research here. However it really is a nitpick to object to the frame being slightly opened up to 1.85 which is how it would have played in a majority of the theaters anyway.