PHE Press Release: It’s A Wonderful Life (4k UHD)

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Director Frank Capra’s Beloved Masterpiece Arrives on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray™
For the First Time Ever

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IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE

Fully Restored from the Original Negative, Perennial Favorite Arrives in
4K Ultra HD Combo October 29, 2019 

Also Available in 2-Disc Blu-ray™ with Newly Remastered Black-and-White Film, Along with Colorized Version

Return to Bedford Falls to experience the life-affirming message of director Frank Capra’s enduringly popular classic all over again when IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE arrives on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray for the first time ever October 29, 2019. Fully restored from the original negative IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE in 4K delivers amazing clarity with sharper and brighter images for a sensational home viewing experience.

Paramount spent over a year painstakingly restoring this treasured film, using the original nitrate negative along with two fine grain masters made in the 1940s. Each element was carefully scanned using the very latest technology to both preserve the delicate negative and create the best possible digital image. Fortunately, 13 of the 14 reels of the original negative survived, but portions had begun to deteriorate so the best image was selected from one of the three original sources on a shot-by-shot basis. The result is a more vibrant and detail-rich picture that brings this classic to life like never before.

The 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack includes the black-and-white film in 4K high definition, as well as a colorized version on Blu-ray, along with three special features new to 4K Ultra HD disc: “Restoring a Beloved Classic,” “Secrets from the Vault,” and “It’s A Wonderful Wrap Party.” A 2-Disc Blu-ray set will also be available that includes the newly remastered film in black-and-white, along with a colorized version and the three special features listed above.

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  1. Well folks, this should make many people very happy. I never thought Paramount would released it, but "It's a Wonderful Life" and it's one of those titles that keeps getting physical media releases across various home video formats.

    The 4K/Dolby Vision digital on iTunes looks fantastic so people should buy it.

  2. Are they rescanning the camera negative at 4K? I mean HDR for a black and white film? I can maybe see it for the colorized version but seems unneeded to me. Please educate me on a 4K release(that’s not sarcasm)

  3. Scott Burke

    Are they rescanning the camera negative at 4K? I mean HDR for a black and white film? I can maybe see it for the colorized version but seems unneeded to me. Please educate me on a 4K release(that’s not sarcasm)

    Your education is $$$$$$.

    In all likelihood I'll just be buying the Blu-ray and calling it a day.

  4. Good news.

    I hope it ends up in theaters this December with Fathom Events like some of these high profile classics do after a big restoration. Would love to see this one in a theater.

  5. LeoA

    Good news.

    I hope it ends up in theaters this December with Fathom Events like some of these high profile classics do after a big restoration. Would love to see this one in a theater.

    Fathom doesn't have this listed anywhere, especially for December. This is what's going to shown as for right now.

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  6. Josh Steinberg

    I appreciate that they’re putting out this new master on both UHD and regular BD. I’ll probably future proof myself by getting the UHD combo.

    According to how I understood the press release, the UHD/Blu combo will have the feature in b/w in 4K but only colorized in Blu. If one wants a b/w Blu, one will have to buy the 2 disc Blu set.

    Please correct me if I am wrong about this.

  7. lark144

    According to how I understood the press release, the UHD/Blu combo will have the feature in b/w in 4K but only colorized in Blu. If one wants a b/w Blu, one will have to buy the 2 disc Blu set.

    Please correct me if I am wrong about this.

    I assume the blu on the 4K set includes both b/w and colorized. I think the press release is just awkwardly worded.

  8. Cranston37

    I assume the blu on the 4K set includes both b/w and colorized. I think the press release is just awkwardly worded.

    I hope you're correct. The way it's worded, it sounds like they're attempting to force double-dipping for those who want both a b/w 4K as well as a b/w Blu-Ray. Anyway, time will tell.

  9. Scott Burke

    Are they rescanning the camera negative at 4K? I mean HDR for a black and white film? I can maybe see it for the colorized version but seems unneeded to me. Please educate me on a 4K release(that’s not sarcasm)

    HDR on a black and white film, if done properly, can be outstanding. Schindler's List is a great example of how to use HDR with black and white cinematography.

  10. battlebeast

    I’ll be getting the Blu Ray.

    This won’t have the bonus features from the previous release?

    From the press release it sounds like they've dropped the making of documentary hosted by Tom Bosley (Howard Cunningham from Happy Days), a Frank Capra tribute narrated by his son, Frank Capra Jr., and the trailer.

  11. I hope this release lives up to the promise of that press release. I've wanted this one for years, but never bit because each release has had one deal breaker or another.

    Scott Burke

    Are they rescanning the camera negative at 4K? I mean HDR for a black and white film? I can maybe see it for the colorized version but seems unneeded to me. Please educate me on a 4K release(that’s not sarcasm)

    The point of HDR is to have a greater range of shades between black and white, so that the blacks can be blacker and the whites can be whiter without banding.

    If anything, that is even more impactful with black and white than with color.

  12. Christmas in July !!! (give or take a day).:drum:

    It's gonna be a wonderful Day One purchase for me
    (and perhaps an additional purchase for gift-giving on Day Two, as well).:thumbs-up-smiley:

    Paramount must've read my posts, heard my cries and endured my inventive lampoons.:D

    Indeed, Paramount is no longer a Potter but, instead, is as sweet as a Zuzu Bailey rose petal.:)

    My, oh, my…could this be just the beginning?
    After all, Paramount has also completed other 4K restorations in their recent archival past;
    such as "Chinatown", "Tess", "A Place in the Sun" and "Franco Zeffirelli's Romeo & Juliet".

    Now, if only Paramount could slip those discs to us.;)

  13. PMF

    Christmas in July !!! (give or take a day).:drum:

    It's gonna be a wonderful Day One purchase for me
    (and perhaps an additional purchase for gift-giving on Day Two, as well).:thumbs-up-smiley:

    Paramount must've read my posts, heard my cries and endured my inventive lampoons.:D

    Indeed, Paramount is no longer a Potter but, instead, is as sweet as a Zuzu Bailey rose petal.:)

    My, oh, my…could this be just the beginning?
    After all, Paramount has also completed other 4K restorations in their recent archival past;
    such as "Chinatown", "Tess", "A Place in the Sun" and "Franco Zeffereli's Romeo & Juliet".

    Now, if only Paramount could slip those discs to us.;)

    And let's not forget The Court Jester in glorious VistaVision 🙂

    So far it has not even made it to Blu-ray and now it could even be released on UHD Blu-ray – the 4k DCP is already there:
    https://www.parkcircus.com/film/117231-The-Court-Jester

  14. darkrock17

    Fathom doesn't have this listed anywhere, especially for December. This is what's going to shown as for right now.

    They do add stuff from time to time.

    But hopefully if not this year, then next.

  15. I hope this release does really well! And that it might mean more classics that were only available as streaming and download coming like The War of the Worlds. And hopefully it’s a shift that sees Star Trek The Motion Picture coming as a 4K release.

  16. Nelson Au

    I hope this release does really well! And that it might mean more classics that were only available as streaming and download coming like The War of the Worlds. And hopefully it’s a shift that sees Star Trek The Motion Picture coming as a 4K release.

    I had the same though too!

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  18. Rodney

    I followed this link and got the following message:

    This item is no longer available in new condition.
    See similar items below.

    It appears they changed the SKU to 7 digit code which at least gives a chance it will be carried in store. Still 19.99

    https://www.bestbuy.com/site/its-a-…-blu-ray-blu-ray-1946/6371092.p?skuId=6371092

    Amazon link or not, they have lost any confidence or goodwill they had at one point. My order will be going just about anywhere else. Even when they stopped actively competing with prices, the one thing they used to be able to claim is Delivery Certainty and excellent Customer service. The former has been exploded to where it seems to be among the worst among all retailers and the latter has fallen drastically with increasingly common "Nothing we can do" and bordering on rude "Take it or leave it, we're Amazon" attitude

  19. David Norman

    It appears they changed the SKU to 7 digit code which at least gives a chance it will be carried in store. Still 19.99

    https://www.bestbuy.com/site/its-a-…-blu-ray-blu-ray-1946/6371092.p?skuId=6371092

    Amazon link or not, they have lost any confidence or goodwill they had at one point. My order will be going just about anywhere else. Even when they stopped actively competing with prices, the one thing they used to be able to claim is Delivery Certainty and excellent Customer service. The former has been exploded to where it seems to be among the worst among all retailers and the latter has fallen drastically with increasingly common "Nothing we can do" and bordering on rude "Take it or leave it, we're Amazon" attitude

    That’s too bad things have not gone well.

    I have a gift card which is why I’m ordering from them. I haven’t experienced too many problems with amazon overall.

  20. Osato

    That’s too bad things have not gone well.

    I have a gift card which is why I’m ordering from them. I haven’t experienced too many problems with amazon overall.

    I have abotu $50-60 in Gift Cards as well, but I'll have to wait on non Media stuff to buy from them. The last time I got $100 Christmas GC in 2015 or so I think it took until October to spend it.

  21. David Norman

    I have abotu $50-60 in Gift Cards as well, but I'll have to wait on non Media stuff to buy from them. The last time I got $100 Christmas GC in 2015 or so I think it took until October to spend it.

    I keep waiting because there have been so many UHd title release just announced it to be announced for late this year.

    Plus… November is coming!!!

  22. I would order this from BestBuy now, but the problem I have with them is that they charge your card immediately even if the title's release is weeks/months away.

    I budget my releases to be charged when they ship. So, for me, Amazon is always the better choice.

    Of course, the rest of us are still sitting here waiting for the preorder to be added.

  23. Ronald Epstein

    I would order this from BestBuy now, but the problem I have with them is that they charge your card immediately even if the title's release is weeks/months away.

    I budget my releases to be charged when they ship. So, for me, Amazon is always the better choice.

    Of course, the rest of us are still sitting here waiting for the preorder to be added.

    Thank you. I didn’t realize that bb did this!!

  24. Never had BBY charge me anything other than the usual Temp/Pre-auth/Pending Charge until shipment.
    Actually on my BBY VISA you can't even see that, but on other CC I can see it for a couple days then of course is goes away. I can't say if it functions the same with a Debit Card

    I have realized over time that some people consider these temp/preauth the same as a final charge since it affects their Credit Limit for a few days, but that doesn't affect the monthly payment due until it's finalized

  25. Robert Crawford

    Well folks, this should make many people very happy. I never thought Paramount would released it, but "It's a Wonderful Life" and it's one of those titles that keeps getting physical media releases across various home video formats.

    The 4K/Dolby Vision digital on iTunes looks fantastic so people should buy it.

    After some thought, I'm going to pass on this 4K/UHD disc release. I bought this film title, three different times on DVD and then bought it twice again on Blu-ray. I bought the HD Digital from iTunes during the iTunes Christmas Holiday sale in 2017, for $4.99 as I wanted the ability to watch it without having to pull a disc out of my disc library. In November, 2018 for free that iTunes HD Digital upgraded to 4K/Dolby Vision and it has the same new Bonus Material including the Colorized Version as this upcoming October 29th 4K/UHD release. A difficult decision to pass on this disc release, but I'm running out of room for disc storage and I'm very happy with the 4K/DV stream of this great film.

  26. Paul Rossen

    I'm going to pass as well but for a different reason. I would purchase a 4k UHD with a corresponding B&W blu ray. Have absolutely no desire to own a colorized version.

    Exactly. This went from must-buy to must-boycott for that reason. I've heard all the attempted defenses of colorization and I don't buy any of them, especially after CBS/Paramount cancelled any future I Love Lucy Blu-ray season sets so they could sell colorized best-of DVDs.

  27. Finding it kind of hilarious that people have spent the last year complaining that Paramount wasn't making the It's a Wonderful Life restoration available on physical media. Paramount has capitulated – in 4K UHD, no less! – and now people are complaining that it's not done EXACTLY the way they want it.

    The colorized disc is a bonus feature for people who want it (since they're not putting it in 4K). I don't. But to DEMAND that Paramount include the B&W Blu in the 4K package and boycott when they don't is frankly ridiculous. if you want the film in UHD, buy it. If you want film on Blu-ray, buy it. If you want to grouse and complain and boycott because they had the gall to include a colorized version then brother, I can't help you.

    I'm going to (quite happily) buy the Blu-ray as I haven't yet upgraded to 4K and enjoy the best possible 1080p presentation of a film I love dearly.

  28. Mark VH

    Finding it kind of hilarious that people have spent the last year complaining that Paramount wasn't making the It's a Wonderful Life restoration available on physical media. Paramount has capitulated – in 4K UHD, no less! – and now people are complaining that it's not done EXACTLY the way they want it.

    The colorized disc is a bonus feature for people who want it (since they're not putting it in 4K). I don't. But to DEMAND that Paramount include the B&W Blu in the 4K package and boycott when they don't is frankly ridiculous. if you want the film in UHD, buy it. If you want film on Blu-ray, buy it. If you want to grouse and complain and boycott because they had the gall to include a colorized version then brother, I can't help you.

    I'm going to (quite happily) buy the Blu-ray as I haven't yet upgraded to 4K and enjoy the best possible 1080p presentation of a film I love dearly.

    Still, it would have been nice to also include the Black and White Blu-ray with the 4K UHD set. It might have served as an incentive for some who don't yet have 4K players to future proof. Just my 2 cents.

    CHEERS! 🙂

  29. Tony Bensley

    Still, it would have been nice to also include the Black and White Blu-ray with the 4K UHD set. It might have served as an incentive for some who don't yet have 4K players to future proof. Just my 2 cents.

    CHEERS! 🙂

    Agree – it would've been nice! I'd probably spring for the 4K disc in that case even though I don't own a 4K TV or disc player yet. Just don't see the logic in boycotting a release just because the studio didn't see fit to include both, or because they included the colorized version as a bonus feature.

  30. I would never watch the BD version of the film anyway, so I will still be buying the 4K/UHD disc version when it's available for a price I find acceptable. If I had already purchased the iTunes version, though, I would pass of this one like @Robert Crawford . Since I don't own any 4K version, though, I think I would rather have this one on disc. Of course, if Appie offers the 4K version again for $5, I will have to rethink this.

  31. Mark VH

    Agree – it would've been nice! I'd probably spring for the 4K disc in that case even though I don't own a 4K TV or disc player yet. Just don't see the logic in boycotting a release just because the studio didn't see fit to include both, or because they included the colorized version as a bonus feature.

    I agree that boycotting is extreme in this case. For me, it boils down to a perpetual lack of available funds, but if I was going to upgrade from my '06 Blu-ray transfer, the 4K disc alongside the Black and White Blu-ray would have provided extra incentive, odd as that may seem. If I happen to come across the new standalone Black and White Blu-ray at a deep discount, I might be able to pick it up.

    CHEERS! 🙂

  32. As one who Is not equipped for 4k uhd I will always purchase the uhd version if /when released so that I will be future proof.. I have about 50-60 such releases. Many purchases were made even when I already owned the blu ray.

    One thing I will not do is go backwards in purchasing dvd's. Up until this release I was not placed in such a position.

    Too bad as I really wanted this classic film in my collection. However, In comparison I can't wait for the UHD release of The Wizard of Oz release to see what the folks at WB cooked up.

    Paramount should really rethink this release and be flexible in their offerings. Right now it appears as though they don't care…

  33. Paul Rossen

    As one who Is not equipped for 4k uhd I will always purchase the uhd version if /when released so that I will be future proof.. I have about 50-60 such releases. Many purchases were made even when I already owned the blu ray.

    One thing I will not do is go backwards in purchasing dvd's. Up until this release I was not placed in such a position.

    Too bad as I really wanted this classic film in my collection. However, In comparison I can't wait for the UHD release of The Wizard of Oz release to see what the folks at WB cooked up.

    Paramount should really rethink this release and be flexible in their offerings. Right now it appears as though they don't care…

    TBH, I'm surprise Paramount is even releasing this restoration on 4K/UHD disc and doing the same with another BD release. Don't people remember this thread from last November? It was only going to be available digitally. I'm not about to preach to others on how they should spend their monies so that's all I have to say on the matter.

  34. As one who follows all the forums and releases I'm aware of the elation everyone feels when a Paramount film is released on physical media. We all have our lists of favorites that we're ready to pounce on when they are announced. And I do recall the disappointment when It's A Wonderful Life was restored for 4k and wasn't going to be released on physical media. I shared in that disappointment.

    And I'm still disappointed. Guess I'll either bite the bullet or miss out.

  35. Paul Rossen

    As one who Is not equipped for 4k uhd I will always purchase the uhd version if /when released so that I will be future proof.. I have about 50-60 such releases. Many purchases were made even when I already owned the blu ray.

    One thing I will not do is go backwards in purchasing dvd's. Up until this release I was not placed in such a position.

    Too bad as I really wanted this classic film in my collection. However, In comparison I can't wait for the UHD release of The Wizard of Oz release to see what the folks at WB cooked up.

    Paramount should really rethink this release and be flexible in their offerings. Right now it appears as though they don't care…

    But did you just stop buying standard Blu-rays altogether when 4K UHD was introduced? Have you ceased purchasing Blu-rays from studios that don't produce in 4K, i.e., Criterion, Arrow, etc.?

    Nobody put you in any position. This is your choice. And that's fine – I can't tell you how to spend your money. But saying that your refusal to purchase a (in all likelihood beautiful) Blu-ray is somehow Paramount's fault for not including a B&W Blu-ray disc in their UHD package strikes me as a bit silly. It's not like they're only putting it out on VHS. Paramount is giving you options. It's up to you if you want to take them, and it's on you if you don't.

  36. Mark VH

    But did you just stop buying standard Blu-rays altogether when 4K UHD was introduced? Have you ceased purchasing Blu-rays from studios that don't produce in 4K, i.e., Criterion, Arrow, etc.?

    Nobody put you in any position. This is your choice. And that's fine – I can't tell you how to spend your money. But saying that your refusal to purchase a (in all likelihood beautiful) Blu-ray is somehow Paramount's fault for not including a B&W Blu-ray disc in their UHD package strikes me as a bit silly. It's not like they're only putting it out on VHS. Paramount is giving you options. It's up to you if you want to take them, and it's on you if you don't.

    Not only do I purchase blu rays I've finally gone all region and started to purchase blu rays from overseas. I'll wait for reviews and then hope that Paramount does a release I'm comfortable with…

  37. Robert Crawford

    Read the press release in Ron's first post.

    I did when it first went up, thank you.

    It says "the 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack includes the black-and-white film in 4K high definition, as well as a colorized version on Blu-ray."

    It does not say there isn't also the B&W version on the regular Blu. I can't imagine a full disc being included just for the colorized version.

  38. Cranston37

    I did when it first went up, thank you.

    It says "the 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack includes the black-and-white film in 4K high definition, as well as a colorized version on Blu-ray."

    It does not say there isn't also the B&W version on the regular Blu.

    I'm pretty sure it's going to be only the colorized version. It's that way on iTunes with the same other bonus material noted in the press release. That press release also spells out that the new separate BD release coming out on October 29th too will have both, the colorized and black and white versions on it. They didn't spell that out for the 4K disc release which gives me an impression that it will only have the colorized version in 1080p along with the 4K/Dolby Vision version.

  39. At worst — I'll end up buying both sets when the BD drops to $5-10 (or buy a used copy sometime) and making my own a 3 Disc UHD ASSUMING the BD actually looks significantly better than the current and if the Press Release isn't misleading (or Paramount changes their mind at some point).

    It won't be the first double (or trip, or 7-time or even 10 time) purchase I make

  40. David Norman

    At worst — I'll end up buying both sets when the BD drops to $5-10 (or buy a used copy sometime) and making my own a 3 Disc UHD ASSUMING the BD actually looks significantly better than the current and if the Press Release is misleading (or Paramount changes their mind at some point).

    It won't be the first double (or trip, or 7-time or even 10 time) purchase I make

    TBH, I think Paramount did it this way to force double-dipping.

  41. Ronald Epstein

    A 2-Disc Blu-ray set will also be available that includes the newly remastered film in black-and-white, along with a colorized version and the three special features listed above.

    Okay then it is safe to buy all along. 4k is the one technology my Mom got before I did, so it matters to people like me whose displays still don't go past 1080p yet. I'm waiting for the price to come down on projectors before I finally take the plunge.

  42. Paul Rossen

    As one who Is not equipped for 4k uhd I will always purchase the uhd version if /when released so that I will be future proof.. I have about 50-60 such releases. Many purchases were made even when I already owned the blu ray.

    One thing I will not do is go backwards in purchasing dvd's. Up until this release I was not placed in such a position.

    Do you have a broadband internet connection? If so, you can redeem the digital copy and watch that until you get a UHD player.

  43. Cranston37

    It does not say there isn't also the B&W version on the regular Blu. I can't imagine a full disc being included just for the colorized version.

    That’s exactly what it is. Paramount is pressing 3 discs, only 2 of which are in each set. In fact I wouldn’t be at all surprised if the colorized disc is an exact replica of the earlier releases since all the new extras will be on disc one of the new sets.

  44. Adam Lenhardt

    Do you have a broadband internet connection? If so, you can redeem the digital copy and watch that until you get a UHD player.

    I do not. I'm waiting for my 60 inch Kuro set to die before moving on to higher quality video. Just buying the UHDs waiting…. The set is still going strong at eleven years old. Once it goes I'll purchase probably an OLED or whatever is the best technology at the time.

    Have gone all region and will catch up on a number of titles that I miss. The upcoming The Go Between among others.
    Will see how this plays out with It's A Wonderful Life. Just don't like being 'taken' advantage of…especially by Paramount.

  45. Paul Rossen

    I do not. I'm waiting for my 60 inch Kuro set to die before moving on to higher quality video. Just buying the UHDs waiting…. The set is still going strong at eleven years old. Once it goes I'll purchase probably an OLED or whatever is the best technology at the time.

    Have gone all region and will catch up on a number of titles that I miss. The upcoming The Go Between among others.
    Will see how this plays out with It's A Wonderful Life. Just don't like being 'taken' advantage of…especially by Paramount.

    Oled makes even standard Blu rays breathtaking imo.

  46. That’s not correct.

    There are two product configurations:

    1) 4K UHD Disc Of Restored B&W version, includes Colorized Version on separate Blu-ray bonus disc.

    2) Blu-ray Disc Of Restored B&W version, includes Colorized Version on separate Blu-ray bonus disc.

    What there does not appear to be is a package that includes the new restoration on both UHD and BD in the same set.

  47. battlebeast

    So a Blu Ray edition of the B&W restoration is NOT available? This won’t be released on Blu Ray by itself?

    The new restoration is only on UHD?

    Check my Pre-order Listing link below and under October 29th there are two listings, one for Blu-ray and the other for 4K/UHD. Both of them have the restoration. The Blu-ray release has it on Blu-ray disc while the 4K/UHD release has it on 4K/UHD disc only.

    https://www.hometheaterforum.com/amazon-pre-orders/

  48. Robert Crawford

    Check my Pre-order Listing link below and under October 29th there are two listings, one for Blu-ray and the other for 4K/UHD. Both of them have the restoration. The Blu-ray release has it on Blu-ray disc while the 4K/UHD release has it on 4K/UHD disc only.

    https://www.hometheaterforum.com/amazon-pre-orders/

    Thanks for the clarifacation. I wasn't sure if the Blu ray had the new Restoration or the old master.

    I will be buying this.

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