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Old 03-01-04, 12:23 PM
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Details on new UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOURG?

I saw this listing today.

http://service.bfast.com/bfast/click...rd&bfpid=39836

I assume the 16X9 transfer is new. I don't have the old version handy. And a Jacques Demy featurette.

Anyone know if there is more we can expect from this disc? I am not sold yet on the upgrade.

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Old 03-01-04, 12:47 PM
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the street date is April 6th and these sparse extras:

Languages/Subtitles:
Original Language: French

Subtitles Available: English


Audio/Video Features:
Widescreen, Anamorphic16x9
Color
5.1 Surround

Product Features:
Cast/Crew Biographies

Special Features:
Jacques Demy Featurette


for those to tired to click on the link. It's too bad the rumoured theatrical reissue, isn't getting wider distribution.
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I like the cover work......A MUST BUY!!
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Anamorphic would be nice, but I'm not a fan of that cover - prefer the old one.
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Originally posted by TheHistorian
Anamorphic would be nice, but I'm not a fan of that cover - prefer the old one.
Ditto.
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What company is putting this out?
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What company is putting this out?
Koch Lorber.

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if a cherbourg is anything like a mechastreisand, then i'm all over this.
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Well, I'll pick this one up since the old Fox Lorber disc wasn't anamorphic - I'll third that the original cover was much better.

And the extras extra looks pretty paltry. Pity.
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