Yeah, the announcements have been all over the place in the last few months. Maybe Warner wanted to shake things up...or it's the virus. A Tale Of Two Cities (1935) was mentioned last month, I wouldn't mind that one.
As only 3 Godfathers (1948) and Tea for Two already have HD transfers, probably all of the others will be remastered.
I do believe new HD transfers were created for them to stream on HBO Max (as far as I know there is no WB film streaming on HBO Max in SD).
As I posted in the other thread the TED20 currently applies to items in the 4 for 44.00 sale. Also if you have $150.00 in items before the discount - the free shipping still applies!Active starting this morning with similar rules to prior sales.
Appears TED20 gives added 20% discount though I'm not sure if that includes 4/44 items or just non sale discs
Right now I'm looking at High Society on the BBC, & it looks really nice, sometimes a bit of a halo around some dark areas (like men's suits), but it looks very Blu-ray worthy to me.
Well, there is an HD master now of "The Man Who Came to Dinner".HBOMax has released a preview of their holiday lineup, and one of the titles included is The Man Who Came to Dinner.
I don't believe there's an HD master of this film, so I hope this news bodes well for new master and future Blu-ray release. Perhaps it wasn't ready in time for a Blu-ray release this year? I believe there have been some delays due to COVID. I'm just not sure I can wait an entire year for a release of one of my favourite films!
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I will have to disagree on that one ( And I may be wrong).Based on my sampling of it this morning on HBO Max, it looks beautiful so I expect it's in the WA pipeline with January a distinct possibility.
I didn't think that 1936 version of Three Godfathers was pristine at all.I will have to disagree on that one ( And I may be wrong).
Even though it is a good transfer, it is not up to WAC usual standards, as I identified several speckles in the transfer.
In my opinion, these are the titles elegible for WAC bluray releases, all of them presented in pristine conditions:
- Godfathers (1936)
- My dream is yours
- Room for one more
- On moonlight bay.
The last 3 are labeled as Remastered by HBO Max, along with 3 Godfathers (1948). But I do not see this version as clean as the 1936 (which is not labeled as remastered, by the way). Indeed the 1948 version has a lot of dirt.