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Mark-P

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The rain itself is already there, so else could be the 4th?
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Placeholder to the preorder. Should be live soon

Thank you for supporting HTF when you preorder using the link below. If you are using an adblocker you will not see link. As an Amazon Associate HTF earns from qualifying purchases

 

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It's very strange, I am trying to order this blu-ray on Amazon US and I get the message: This item cannot be shipped to your selected delivery location. Please choose a different delivery location.

I do live in Brussels, Belgium.
 

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It's very strange, I am trying to order this blu-ray on Amazon US and I get the message: This item cannot be shipped to your selected delivery location. Please choose a different delivery location.

I do live in Brussels, Belgium.
Try Zavvi UK
 

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There was an unverified leak of a deluxe 4k set. No mention of it here. I'll post the photo but it is unconfirmed

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Not sure if this is US edition, but Zavvi put that exact item up on their US site (not the UK site). Release date is 4/26 (Tuesday) which indicates it's a US item. Zavvi has been known to put up items too early and occasionally an item that later gets pulled, but this appears legit. It does appear they lost the Bonus disc from the previous release. And does list 103 minutes

 
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Robert Crawford

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So when the ocn no longer exists as in this case where is the 4k sourced from?
I thought Warners had duplicate seps?
You guys need to listen to the following podcast with George Feltenstein. Forward ahead to the 18 minute mark, until the end of the podcast, he gives you a brief Technicolor historical synopsis. In his comments, he talks about the "Singin' in the Rain" film elements and the process they now use to release movies like "Singin' in the Rain" onto 4K disc. Again, start at about the 18 minute mark and the next 10 minutes he gives you some insight about the George Eastman House fire, the film elements lost to that fire and the process they now used today regarding 3-strip Technicolor movies being released today onto Blu-ray and 4K discs.

 

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