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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Patrick McCart, Dec 2, 2002.
That is great news. I am so glad they are going back to these important films and restoring them.
DVD's just blow my mind. Who'da thunk that cinema would be so accessible to the masses?
Yes, and any grade A release of
pre 1950 Hollywood product is welcome to me...
I wonder what the odds are that we'll ever see anything on DVD like The Al Jolson Collection that MGM did on LD. Pretty slim, I'd imagine.
If you want full-on restorations, and not the crappy prints that MGM/UA used, I'd say they are pretty slim. (But that's not bad. Do you REALLY want WB dumping all the old MGM/UA LD transfers to DVD? I don't...)
Good news. I don't find The Jazz Singer overrated or dull at all. A moving story and an interesting treatment of Judaism.
I have not seen this one so i will get it anyway to complete my pre 1950 collection