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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by richardburton84, May 17, 2019.
Oh dear lord, Yes! it looks wonderful
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Ron, keep me posted when you spot the DVD version of this on Amazon with a link as I'm planning on getting that version for Volume 2 from them..
not seeing the DVD on amazon but it does show as a MOD on the WAC site, $19.99
I saw it on Deepdiscount.com for $17.99 but waiting for it to show up on Amazon for a better price as it also hasn't shown up on Walmart.com neither, but maybe as the release date gets closer.
Amazon, Bullmoose, Best Buy and Deep Discount are all out of stock.
pretty normal WAC Release day effect as the 1st preorders are filled. If it follows normal pattern then by late Wed/Mid Thursday the 2nd wave should show up for order
moviezyng (sort of the direct sales arm of Allied Vaughn) shows it shipping tomorrow thouhg I'm not entirely sure I believe them
Barnes and Noble shows it instock for 19.57 (15% coupon should apply) and a bit surprising it's eligible on release day for Free Shipping (member or $35 order)
I don't know if that's standard. Corvette Summer came out yesterday as well and it's in stock everywhere.
Maybe std is the wrong term -- it's a common issue with the higher profile WAC titles for them to temp go OOS everywhere on release day. Jonny Quest did it last week though was back in stock late Wed/early Thursday at most places (an sold out a 2nd time it appears), A Patch of Blue, Shaft Trilogy and singles, Summer Stock, Glass Bottom Boat, Year of the Dragon, maybe Prisoner of Second Avenue
I've seen a similar pattern though much slower recovery with Sony MOD of Steel Magnolia, Modern Romance, Ace Ventura, Stan and Ollie, Multiplicity, Fright Night, etc over the last few months.
It affects most retailers and is somewhat unique to the Allied Vaughn titles specifically. Now, Amazon has a much bigger issue with Allied Vaughn titles in general and it seems to take them quite a bit longer to recover from the initial Batch Sell-off -- much like with their Disney titles for 3 years now and Warner general titles again lately
Popeye is Great Classic 1940's animation. corvette summer is a mediocre 1978 movie that Very Few people want.
Popeye V2 and Corvette Summer just arrived in the Post from my B&N order last week -- along with 3 dozen more titles over the last couple days so will take me quite a while to work through them all.
Your new estimated delivery date is: Monday, July 29, 2019 - Wednesday, September 4, 2019
what the hell amazon! a full month after its release
Jonny Quest said similar even earlier today with some having September estimated dates, but apparently many are starting to ship.
OTOH Amazon and WAC haven't been playing nice for awhile, but I suspect the delivery date will be closer to next Friday at the latest -- or there are plenty of places shipping within 24hrs if you'd rather cancel and not play any more AMazon Games
This is why I now use Best Buy for WAC releases. I’ve had it since before release day. Haven’t watched it yet though
We have other options and like others, I have used those options in regard to Warner Archive and Disney titles.
so cancled the Amazon order, and went the WAC route and had it in 4 days, Awsome, and after spinning the disc i am truly in love with theses releases,
Technicolor and Cinecolor toons gloriously presented as they were originaly intended, yes there is a disclamer as there shood be, but i am happy that WB took the high road and didn't sanitize these and then act as if it never existed. Popeye and the Pirates has it's very own special disclamer about and edit that happened prior to it original release and that as far as they know no materials exist for the omission. Once again they have knocked it out of the park with another steller release for the fans of classic hand drawn animation, looking at the frames as the shorts played, i was enjoying the level of detail in the backgrounds. Hopefuly this will lead to the next release of this series in volume 3.
I hope the sales are good enough that WB may rethink some of it's earlier decisions, and maybe think to either revisit Looney Tunes or delve back into the foray and finaly release Tom & Jerry Golden Collection Volume 2 or any of the many unreleased MGM theatrical shorts that have not been available.
We know a Volume 3 is coming because George Feltenstein announced it in the latest WAC podcast (15:10 here: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/warner-archive-collection-podcast/e/61848070?autoplay=true&fbclid=IwAR2NBGvf3SzwGsWLgUlt69NnHxgiRPyiL1qqjsXEp5ClAsZRYArR3gL-li4)
AWESOME! great way to celebrate his 90th year !