With a few rare exceptions:Just wondering, is the 1.66 ratio what was seen in UK theaters, and the 1.85 what was seen in the US? Looking at the movie page of this title on Blu-ray.com they have the technical details for this at 1.75:1...not sure why.
I do Custom printing and add mini posters that I have to all my Bluray Movies in my collection. I like to make them Special. I my Movies ! It's a HobbyWait a minute! Mine arrived yesterday from Bullmoose, but where did those cards with the older artwork come from? Were they in your disc box?
I have the reversable sleeve, but no cards.
Well that makes a lot more sense than the 22nd. Oo, is there an outside chance of it arriving in the UK in time for Christmas?
...but every chance of a Curse Of Frankenstein/Revenge Of Frankenstein double-bill on New Years Eve (I know how to party!).
I never saw a “hard matte in the camera.” ...We framed the image with a marked ground glass (sometimes with markings for both 1.85 & TV safe) that we saw through the viewfinder --
I'm sure that's what the commentator means. Since the British restorations are 1.37 : 1 Format, there is no question that is how it was originally filmed. The cameraman probably ensured the action takes place within the area to be used by the lab to make distribution prints.