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Discussion in 'DVD' started by Qui-Gon John, Jan 1, 2007.
TS/Disney/BVHE, hopefully you can bring us: Anamorphic versions (R1) of: ARMAGEDDON KUNDUN
Anyone have any news on these titles?
Five Mile Creek Seasons 2 & 3 !!! Ten Who Dared Menace on the Mountain Treasure of Matecumbe
CRAZY MOON - 1980's flick starring Kiefer Sutherland. You would think with the success of 24, this would see a US release.
Time to revisit this thread. Any word on R1 ANAMORPHIC ARMAGEDDON and KUNDUN !!!!!
Reviving this thread.... I just watched the Ten Who Dared DVD which is, sadly, fullscreen. What I'd like to know is... is it open matte or cropped/pan and scan? I'm guessing the latter but I'd like to know for sure.
I read that Disney had a majority of his flat films filmed open matte. That was so his live action films would look good on his TV show. He was smart enough to realize that the secondary TV life was a lot longer that the theatrical life of most of his films. There were the CinemaScope exceptions which became classics and were re-released constantly. But Ten Who Dared, Monkey's Go Home, Third Man On The Mountain, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, Moon Pilot, Super Dad, Lt. Robinson Crusoe, and many many others, were fillers in theatres and major episodes on TV for several seasons.
I just wish that Disney would have released their movies in anamorphic format. I have several that I'd double-dip easily for an enhanced release option.
Dear Allen, thanks, that makes sense. Ten Who Dared flopped in theaters... and then showed up 8 years later on Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color. I'm STILL waiting for The Fighting Prince of Donegal, another theatrical film re-purposed for WDWWoC. What is taking so long with that one? (I have the ancient VHS tape, though.)
What he said.
The Disney Movie Club has THE FIGHTING PRINCE OF DONEGAL up for sale as an exclusive along with ROB ROY, KIDNAPPED, SO DEAR TO MY HEART and others. It is a club so you have to join and buy a few every month, but you might take a look at it. Unfortunately they are all 1:33 to 1 aspect ratio.
ARRRGHHHH! When will Disney join the 21st century?