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Anyone buy 'Pushing Daisies' in Canada?

Old 10-02-08, 01:52 PM
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Anyone buy 'Pushing Daisies' in Canada?

Can someone confirm whether or not the 'Pushing Daisies' Blu-Ray distributed in Canada has a bilingual cover under the slipcase?

WB are pretty hit-and-miss with screwing up their covers, and I'd hate to buy this on faith only to discover that the actual cover art was Bilingually f***ed. (The Canadian ratings sticker being UNDER the shrinkwrap is what makes me suspicious)

I try and limit the amount of discs I mail-order from the States, but I'm gonna have to go that route to avoid Bilingual 'Godfather' and 'Sarah Marshall' covers anyway, so......
Old 10-02-08, 01:57 PM
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I can't confirm because I got mine from amazon, but the actual case cover isn't the same artwork as the slipcase, so you're definitely going to want to keep the slipcase IMO - so if it's not bilingual, you're shelf won't be messed up... but if you're getting other discs from the states, why not get this one too, it's $10 cheaper than most stores on Amazon with no tax.
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I'm fairly certain it's not bilingual. I think that with Warner (aside from their earlier releases) all covers are bilingual, except special packaging like Digi-books or the Ditry Harry Collection, as well as TV series. Same seems to go for the SD-DVDs. TV shows and digi-paks or special packaging were the only ones not bilingual.
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I doubt it has bilingual packaging either as I don't believe it has a French language track. That's the golden rule: no French track = no bilingual packaging.

But I'd import a copy anyway as it's probably cheaper than buying here...
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I got mine at hmv and it's not bilingual.
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Thanks muchly.

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