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Old 03-08-16, 12:33 PM
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Re: The Official Alfred Hitchcock on Blu-ray Thread

I am hoping they may do a discounted 3 pack. Does WB have any others to release after Suspicion?
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I am hoping they may do a discounted 3 pack. Does WB have any others to release after Suspicion?
Stage Fright and Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
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^A 5 pack then!
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I doubt they'll do a multi-pack. I'm sure WB wants the highest profit margins they can get with the Archives Line.
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Kino is putting out Lifeboat on blu-ray on 03/07/17.

It's on Amazon currently: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N33IYBI/
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No release date yet, but Kino announced The Paradine Case on their Facebook page!
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Re: The Official Alfred Hitchcock on Blu-ray Thread

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Kino is putting out Lifeboat on blu-ray on 03/07/17.

It's on Amazon currently: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N33IYBI/
If anybody bought Lifeboat, could you verify that the original theatrical trailer is on the disc? I'm asking because it was listed on the old DVD as an extra, but wasn't there.
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Old 03-23-17, 12:07 AM
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The blu-ray of Lifeboat has a "blu-ray release trailer". It sort of feels like a normal trailer but gives the blu-ray release date at the end.

I have no idea if the rest of the trailer is similar at all to the original theatrical trailer.
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The blu-ray of Lifeboat has a "blu-ray release trailer". It sort of feels like a normal trailer but gives the blu-ray release date at the end.

I have no idea if the rest of the trailer is similar at all to the original theatrical trailer.
Thanks. I had a feeling it might be a new one made for this release.
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No release date yet, but Kino announced The Paradine Case on their Facebook page!
Update: May 30th.

Extras:

Audio commentary with Hitchcock authors Stephen Rebello & Bill Krohn
Hitchcock/Truffaut - Icon interviews Icon (Audio)
1949 radio play starring Joseph Cotton, Alida Valli & Louis Jourdan
Peter Bogdanovich interviews Hitchcock (Audio)
Restoration comparison
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Re: The Official Alfred Hitchcock on Blu-ray Thread

Kino Lorber Studio Classics is also bringing Under Capricorn to Blu-ray. No release date or extras yet, but it is from a new 4K restoration.
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Kino Lorber Studio Classics is also bringing Under Capricorn to Blu-ray. No release date or extras yet, but it is from a new 4K restoration.
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Kino Lorber Studio Classics is also bringing Under Capricorn to Blu-ray. No release date or extras yet, but it is from a new 4K restoration.
Nice.
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Kino Lorber Studio Classics is also bringing Under Capricorn to Blu-ray. No release date or extras yet, but it is from a new 4K restoration.
Sweet. This is the one Hitchcock I've never been able to warm up to - maybe the restoration will help with that.
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Re: The Official Alfred Hitchcock on Blu-ray Thread

Kino Lorber is releasing a gaggle of early Hitchcock films on Blu-ray:

The Ring (1927), The Farmer’s Wife (1928), Champagne (1928), The Manxman (1929), The Skin Game (1931) and Rich and Strange (1931) will be released as a 6-Film Boxed Set on DVD and Blu-ray.

The following three will receive stand-alone special edition releases on DVD and Blu-ray:
Blackmail (1929)
Murder! (1930)
Number Seventeen (1932)
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Interesting. This exactly mirrors the contents of Studio Canal's "Early Hitchcock" DVD set from 2007. At the time that was released, I believe the four silent films had received recent restorations. Not sure about the others. It will be curious to see how much of a bump these get on Blu, and if there any updates to the content. I'd read somewhere about a missing scene from Murder!

Meanwhile the "Hitchcock 9" continues to languish in obscurity since their restorations by the BFI in 2013-2014. But I hear The Pleasure Garden is finally on the way.
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